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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho View Post
    I might save myself the trouble, the vending machine's probably ****ed.
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    Perm talking about his drug taking habits on here:

    He is more then welcome to do whatever he likes in his own time, he is old enough to make those choices, but I really don't give a **** about it. At this rate he will turn into our resident crackhead (if he isn't already). Perm - pull your head in you try hard tough clown, you used to be a quality poster, what happened?

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    Brisbane traffic

    So I had a phone conference on Roma Street. Had to get into the left lane to park outside the AMWU. ****s wouldn't let me in so I figured I'd go around the block (Milton Road --> Coronation Drive --> Roma Street exit). I thought it was the first left, but in fact that one went up Hale Street so I made a wrong turn. I then couldn't turn around until I got to the RBH in Herston but at least I knew where I was.

    The problem then wasn't that I was going to be a few minutes late but that I had to go through the valley and the middle of the city on weekday after 4pm. This proved to be more difficult than I imagined. The added congestion caused by buses going to The Gabba for people going to the Twenty20 pushed the middle of the city past its capacity. It took me almost an hour to get back to the AMWU by which time the conference was over.

    FFS! What a waste of an afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James90 View Post
    Brisbane traffic

    So I had a phone conference on Roma Street. Had to get into the left lane to park outside the AMWU. ****s wouldn't let me in so I figured I'd go around the block (Milton Road --> Coronation Drive --> Roma Street exit). I thought it was the first left, but in fact that one went up Hale Street so I made a wrong turn. I then couldn't turn around until I got to the RBH in Herston but at least I knew where I was.

    The problem then wasn't that I was going to be a few minutes late but that I had to go through the valley and the middle of the city on weekday after 4pm. This proved to be more difficult than I imagined. The added congestion caused by buses going to The Gabba for people going to the Twenty20 pushed the middle of the city past its capacity. It took me almost an hour to get back to the AMWU by which time the conference was over.

    FFS! What a waste of an afternoon.
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    PE traffic starting to grind my gears, but on a relative scale it's actually fine, it's just going from nearly zero to a steady flow, even at rush hour, never seen a big city have so little in the way of congestion.. Just the driving that bugs me, SO slow, it's like everyone is on weed and I imagine a high proportion probably are
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    You lot keep voting for Campbell Newman
    In all honestly I don't think the transport in this city is too bad. Once I finally left the city it was a smoothe run home.

    I did vote for Greg Rowell but in all honesty I don't think Campbell Newman is THAT bad. And I'm a member of the Labor Party.

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    What a trainwreck. Going into "discuss" will no doubt provide productive solutions between people who can see all sides of the conflict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Israel-vs-Palestine.com

    What a trainwreck. Going into "discuss" will no doubt provide productive solutions between people who can see all sides of the conflict.
    And my usual British Imperialistic 'look, if you cant play nice with your toys, we'll take them back off you' approach to foreign policy
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