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    Poll: I considered android, but my thinking was it's a...

    I considered android, but my thinking was it's a mobile OS, and wouldn't be the primary OS anyway, I might be wrong on that front.
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    Poll: What OS is everyone using?

    A few of the replies in the Dingo thread appears that there are a few Linux users on here. So it had me curious, how many people are using the various Operating systems. Obviously that could be a...
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    The powerline adapter that ol' boy mentioned in...

    The powerline adapter that ol' boy mentioned in an earlier post means you don't have to modify anything [/INDENT]
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    I've just switched over to using Vivaldi Browser...

    I've just switched over to using Vivaldi Browser and still works here.
  5. Here's something that you can worry about....

    Here's something that you can worry about.
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    Woks fine here Firefox 70.0.1 in Linux.

    Woks fine here Firefox 70.0.1 in Linux.
  7. Linky? I've never heard of a torch or laser that...

    Linky? I've never heard of a torch or laser that can imitate a human voice. I thought they were part of the light spectrum, not audio?
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    I agree fire-fighting and first aid should be a...

    I agree fire-fighting and first aid should be a required part of the curriculum. Excursions to bushfire ravaged areas, should be mandatory, as should visits to our food production areas, make 'em...
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    If it were just the odd drone, then I'd be all...

    If it were just the odd drone, then I'd be all for letting them fly, problem is, every dog and his man has one, and I'd be with the farmer. It seems like a perfect opportunity for the hunters. The...
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    I have numerous old ADSL router/modems that I use...

    I have numerous old ADSL router/modems that I use to provide additional wired points and extend the wifi signal. My NBN router has four ports two are for the printer and computer in my office, the...
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    What I am wondering about is, if the rock has...

    What I am wondering about is, if the rock has been so sacred for all these years why is it that they have only just closed it? The land was "given back" to them last century.
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    As long as you are not selling a product you'll...

    As long as you are not selling a product you'll find plenty of interest here.
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    All I get is a "Subscribe to the NT News page" -...

    All I get is a "Subscribe to the NT News page" - Even when I was living there, I did not subscribe to it! And I've been on the front page - that's how much 'NEWS' they print. :D
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    He was attempting to perform a citizen's arrest...

    He was attempting to perform a citizen's arrest and was attacked in the process, that, in my book, is self defence.
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    Sadly the colour of the skin does not an...

    Sadly the colour of the skin does not an Abidiginal make. We have a friend who is a good looking blonde haired blue eyed woman, her grandmother was a full blood, and her children look more Aboriginal...
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    Whilst I do agree with the sentiments above, the...

    Whilst I do agree with the sentiments above, the law is the law and must be seen to be obeyed. Batterham acted in self defence and detained an "alleged" criminal who died while in his custody. Had...
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    Poetic Justice

    He helped write the laws now he must abide by them................or not!:D Those who live by the sword............................
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    Post it please.

    Post it please.
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    Why are we so concerned about the potential...

    Why are we so concerned about the potential problems with aircraft who fly millions of Km per year when the road fatalities per million km far outweigh those of aircraft. Australian Transport Safety...
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    I worked for Telstra in Darwin in the 80s. Good...

    I worked for Telstra in Darwin in the 80s. Good surge suppression DOES WORK! We had techs working full time and on overtime working to to repair lightning damaged equipment. When we finally could...
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    Maybe the mods could merge the two threads.

    Maybe the mods could merge the two threads.
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    Was it? My feathers do not ruffle. I'm brain...

    Was it? My feathers do not ruffle. I'm brain damaged, that's my excuse. And I'm sticking to it! :D
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    Fusion Reactors

    The US navy has patented a compact fusion reactor. Called a Plasma Compression Fusion Device, if it is as good as they claim, we may be one step closer to "free" energy.
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    Now all you've got to do is learn how to speak...

    Now all you've got to do is learn how to speak indian. ;)
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    Which is why we currently have monkeys running...

    Which is why we currently have monkeys running for parliament. If you were the CEO of (f'rinstance) BHP, why would you take a pay cut to run for parliament?
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