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2 hours ago, johnm said:

we in Oz are lucky to have an organisation like ABC - essentially tax payer funded and not influenced by commercialism. The ABC try their best to be the social conscience of our society - we are lucky to have such a unique asset - I doubt any country can boast that ? 

I often flick channels and it amazes how much utter crap there is on TV. I usually end up on the only three networks with worthwhile programs: NITV, SBS and ABC. 

Last night I was mesmerised by the arty Twelve Canoes on the Indig channel and then thoroughly enjoyed Claudia Carvan’s Books that Made Us on Auntie.

 

We are a lucky country to have such quality.

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I ordered a headset from Melbourne and it arrived at my little rural nsw town store/post office 4 days later. I would call that outstanding. I also watch the ABC. Life is good. 

how could anyone watch TV (if you had to) ...................... and it was not the ABC   we in Oz are lucky to have an organisation like ABC - essentially tax payer funded and not influence

...and logic, medical professionals and science in general, according to your posts.  Kind of seeing a pattern here.

I'm trying new hearing aids which are very hightech. They do a lot of  tests and adjustments and even casts of your ears to make them to fit individually. I can now hear the squeeking airconditioer that has done about 75,000 hours.. Nev

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All I  hear is a constant p-i-i-i-i-ing sound, together with a whooshing sound like strong wind, and occasionally buzzing like a swarm of blowflies. When people speak to me in a normal voice, I hear voice sounds but cannot distinguish what they are saying. Normal volume on my car radio is 5 - 7. I have to have it on 15 to hear what is said. I have hearing aids, but only the basic ones supplied free to pensioners. They are virtually worthless. I can hear all the creaks in the floor, but that's about it.

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17 hours ago, Flightrite said:

I hate the grubby corrupt ABC with a passion! 

...and logic, medical professionals and science in general, according to your posts.  Kind of seeing a pattern here.

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Australia Post delivered for me today 🙂 Ordered some AN hardware yesterday from Caboolture, sent in red satchel ordinary post and it arrived this morning Rockhampton 🙂  Send dead bodies ordinary post and they would still be warm when they arrived!!!

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On 01/12/2021 at 4:24 PM, jackc said:

Australia Post delivered for me today 🙂 Ordered some AN hardware yesterday from Caboolture, sent in red satchel ordinary post and it arrived this morning Rockhampton 🙂  Send dead bodies ordinary post and they would still be warm when they arrived!!!

But not always. I made the mistake of thinking the postal service might just work so I purchased a pair of express post envelopes to post to Caulfield and back to Darraweit Guim. Cost $15.00 to get some papers signed. Sent 9am Monday 22 Nov. arrived at Caulfield Thurs 25 and posted back a few minutes later. As of today 2 Dec still no sight of mail. I could have walked there quicker. waste of money and time, the only thing about express is my frustration. Sorry  for the thread drift but roses for Aust post, more like cow droppings. 

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"The Age" newspaper has just filled in the blanks about Greg Lynn. Of particular note in the article:

 

"In 1999, Lynn’s marriage collapsed and shortly afterwards, in October that year, Lisa was found dead in the garden of her home. It was listed as suicide from an overdose of anti-depressants and alcohol. To learn more about Greg Lynn’s past, police investigating the Clay and Hill disappearances have quietly called for the file on his first wife’s death."

 

"Those who know him (and there are few) have described him as self-sufficient, self-absorbed, self-contained – a narcissist with an obsessive eye for detail. He was also a proficient pilot, highly intelligent and calm under pressure. "

 

"Clay and Hill are not the only unsolved disappearances in the high country. While Lynn is not a suspect, police will, as a matter of completeness, attempt to plot his movements at the time when other campers and hikers have gone missing in Victoria’s high country."

 

The police and the journalist are being rather coy. If you don't believe Lynn is a suspect in those four disappearances, then you believe in the tooth fairy. This situation has all the makings of a rather large book for a journalist to write.

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