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8 hours ago, itsnotoutthere said:

Another example of the draconian covid measures in China......oh...hang on.

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On 11/28/2022 at 3:39 PM, Knob Oddy said:

Surely the "zero covid" policy of China is more acceptable than allowing free movement during a pandemic?

Except there isn't the same level of death and disability at this point.  I think the CCP is moving into the next phase of total social control and they're using the "pandemic" to execute their moves.  From what little I've seen, the numbers of protesters dwarf  what happened in Tiananmen in '89.  That protest left nearly 3K dead and it was a single location.  The current protests are happening all over the country.  If the CCP goes brutal they will never be able to hide that level of bloodshed and slaughter.

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On 11/30/2022 at 12:43 AM, psyche101 said:

Oi

I'm an Aussie.

What crap BS you speaking about my country now? 

 

 

I am not surprised: you're rude unidirectional and brainwashed by too many laws your country has, raging your furry on internet forums. Luckly in Canada I can still speak against freedom and manipulation without fear and finger point democracies like your country has where communities were locked cause a single covid case 

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2 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I am not surprised: you're rude unidirectional and brainwashed by too many laws your country has, raging your furry on internet forums. Luckly in Canada I can still speak against freedom and manipulation without fear and finger point democracies like your country has where communities were locked cause a single covid case 

What laws are we brainwashed with? You are speaking directly out of your rear end. You are a complete lying ass. 

Can speak against what now?

 

 

We have more freedom than you do. 

Stop lying about my country jerk. Try watching and reading news instead of Facebook conspiracy posting. You might get a clue. 

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2 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

I am not surprised: you're rude unidirectional and brainwashed by too many laws your country has, raging your furry on internet forums. Luckly in Canada I can still speak against freedom and manipulation without fear and finger point democracies like your country has where communities were locked cause a single covid case 

You said Australian military were killing protesters. 

That's simply a lie.

Pointing out a lie is not, as you say, raging a furry - whatevr that may be.

I'm not sure I've ever raged a furry anywhere.  I do remember never liking Scooby Doo, but it never caused me to rage.  Though, I might have chosen to spend that time on my spelling homework.

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4 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

You said Australian military were killing protesters. 

That's simply a lie.

Pointing out a lie is not, as you say, raging a furry - whatevr that may be.

I'm not sure I've ever raged a furry anywhere.  I do remember never liking Scooby Doo, but it never caused me to rage.  Though, I might have chosen to spend that time on my spelling homework.

You must be evil!  Ha ha.  

i was a Scooby Doo fan, albeit it wasn't my favorite.   Flintstones, Jetsons, Loony Toons, Speed Racer and Whack Racers would be some of my favorites.   My oldest daughter was a huge Scooby Doo fan.   I was happy she never got into pokemon and other cartoons of the time.  

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23 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

You said Australian military were killing protesters. 

Never said that, you got lost in translation ....

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23 hours ago, psyche101 said:

We have more freedom than you do. 

Stop lying about my country jerk. Try watching and reading news instead of Facebook conspiracy posting. You might get a clue. 

Weird Australian Laws

1. It is illegal to wear hot pink hot pants after midday on a Sunday.

2. It's an offence to possess 50kgs of potatoes in Western Australia.

3. Taxi cabs in Queensland are required to carry a bale of hay in the trunk.

4. Bars are required to stable, water and feed the horses of their patrons.

5. You must have a neck to knee swimsuit in order to swim at Brighton Beach (Melbourne).

6. The Summary Offences Act of 1966 deems it illegal to be heard by someone singing an obscene song. Does that include Taylor Swift? Oops...

7. It is illegal to roam the streets wearing black clothes, felt shoes and black shoe polish on your face as these items are the tools of a cat burglar.

8. It is illegal to dress up as Robin and Batman.

9. Only licensed electricians may change a light bulb.

10. It is illegal to be drunk in a pub.

11. It is illegal to read someone's tarot or give them a psychic reading as these are forms of witchcraft.

12. Having an article of disguise without a lawful excuse is illegal.

13. In the Gold Coast, it is illegal for women to wear a bikini whose material exceeds six square inches. Good bye brazilian bikini bottoms!

14. It is illegal to leave your car keys inside an unattended vehicle.

15. If advertising a lost or stolen item, you must include the caption "no questions will be asked." So does that mean that theives can get away with stolen goods?

 
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16. Life sentences cannot exceed 25 years. Are we really that laid back?

17. If a urinal is not readily available, it is legal to urinate on the rear left tyre of your vehicle.

18. In Melbourne, it is against the law to vacuum between 10pm and 7am during weekdays, and 10pm and 9am during weekends. Yep. We like our sleep.

19. Children aren't allowed to purchase cigarettes, but there is no law specifically stating that they cannot smoke 

 

Should i continue? Ps your country sucks in terms of freedom... 

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1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:

Never said that, you got lost in translation ....

Yes you did.

On 11/30/2022 at 3:26 PM, qxcontinuum said:

Australia and other Hypocritical European democracies have imposed similar oppression laws, putting military or police force on their people claiming to be democracies while invoking emergency acts, issuing lockdowns, ticketing innexistent laws , beating and killing freedom protesters

You are spreading lies.

 

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1 hour ago, qxcontinuum said:

Should i continue? Ps your country sucks in terms of freedom... 

It's your right to parade your gullible ignorance for all to see.

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On 12/3/2022 at 4:04 PM, qxcontinuum said:

Weird Australian Laws

*Removed BS*

 

Should i continue? Ps your country sucks in terms of freedom... 

LOL

That's a actually pretty stupid and actually not true 

Can't drunk in a pub? It's a fricken national pastime. 75% of the country would be in jail if that one was true 

What a load of horse hockey. Can't believe anyone is dumb enough to believe that steaming pile of crap. Damn you're gullible. 

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On 12/3/2022 at 5:50 PM, Golden Duck said:

It's your right to parade your gullible ignorance for all to see.

Don't know about you but I never get jailed for wearing hot pink pants after midday on Sunday. Pretty sure @Sir Wearer of Hats dons them with his tutu and gumboots too for a Sunday session.

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1 hour ago, psyche101 said:

Don't know about you but I never get jailed for wearing hot pink pants after midday on Sunday. Pretty sure @Sir Wearer of Hats dons them with his tutu and gumboots too for a Sunday session.

The akubra is bright pink. The hot pants are lime Green.

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On 11/30/2022 at 4:22 AM, Knob Oddy said:

You're joking right?

I never claimed that unvaccinated people would be put into camps. Why post such an article?

Yes covid camps existed in Australia.

Many in fact. 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-59486285.amp

 

That's the NT.  That's the only facilities they have.  Its' not like the cushy Eastern States where they put people up in hotels.  Everything in the NT is held together with chicken wire and bad language.  This is luxury by their standards.

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So, anyhow, this uprising in China is now being called the White Paper Revolution.  I wonder how its all going to go in the mid to longer term.

I've heard that there were calls in Shanghai to arm up and seize control of the Shanghai Legislature and declare allegiance to Taiwan, but nothing came of it.

I've also heard that Anonymous is getting involved in a big way, and collapsing the Great Firewall.

There have also been many people apologizing to the Hong Kong protesters for their past inaction and hostility.

The winds of change are blowing.

Now for the black comedy portion...

The Zero Covid policy was a response to the huge MASSIVE cover-up conducted by the CCP to hide the fact that around 2 million mainland Chinese died during the 2020 COVID outbreak.  The problem was that the CCP did such a good job of covering it all up, that the populace at large didn't know or understand what an emergency it actually was.  As a result, the people didn't get behind zero covid because they didn't understand that it had killed so many people, so they couldn't understand the threat it posed.  This is what censorship does.  Add to this the fact that Sinovac was less effective than a placebo, and China has no covid defenses worth the name.  The zero covid policy probably looks sane and rational if you're at the top of the party and know about the 2 million deaths, but to your average uninformed mainlander, it seems like utter tyranny because nobody tells them anything.

Oh, and increasingly the evidence points to the CCP having released the virus from the Wuhan lab.  The world needs to demand reparations. 

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8 hours ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

The akubra is bright pink. The hot pants are lime Green.

Here I am in pink hot pants and green gumboots on a Sunday.

Now I understand why people look at me funny. Thanks for the tip. I'm opacity 4. Hope that works in green too. 

:tu:

 

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On 12/3/2022 at 1:04 AM, qxcontinuum said:

Weird Australian Laws

1. It is illegal to wear hot pink hot pants after midday on a Sunday.

2. It's an offence to possess 50kgs of potatoes in Western Australia.

3. Taxi cabs in Queensland are required to carry a bale of hay in the trunk.

4. Bars are required to stable, water and feed the horses of their patrons.

5. You must have a neck to knee swimsuit in order to swim at Brighton Beach (Melbourne).

6. The Summary Offences Act of 1966 deems it illegal to be heard by someone singing an obscene song. Does that include Taylor Swift? Oops...

7. It is illegal to roam the streets wearing black clothes, felt shoes and black shoe polish on your face as these items are the tools of a cat burglar.

8. It is illegal to dress up as Robin and Batman.

9. Only licensed electricians may change a light bulb.

10. It is illegal to be drunk in a pub.

11. It is illegal to read someone's tarot or give them a psychic reading as these are forms of witchcraft.

12. Having an article of disguise without a lawful excuse is illegal.

13. In the Gold Coast, it is illegal for women to wear a bikini whose material exceeds six square inches. Good bye brazilian bikini bottoms!

14. It is illegal to leave your car keys inside an unattended vehicle.

15. If advertising a lost or stolen item, you must include the caption "no questions will be asked." So does that mean that theives can get away with stolen goods?

 
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handcuffs - strange australian laws Strange Australian Laws - can you be arrested for it?

Handcuffs Image: By Bahnfrend (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia CommonsHandcuffs Image: By Bahnfrend (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

16. Life sentences cannot exceed 25 years. Are we really that laid back?

17. If a urinal is not readily available, it is legal to urinate on the rear left tyre of your vehicle.

18. In Melbourne, it is against the law to vacuum between 10pm and 7am during weekdays, and 10pm and 9am during weekends. Yep. We like our sleep.

19. Children aren't allowed to purchase cigarettes, but there is no law specifically stating that they cannot smoke 

 

Should i continue? Ps your country sucks in terms of freedom... 

i have no trouble believing those are on the books.   There are still lotsa of states in the USA that have odd laws on the books.   They just are not enforced.

https://www.usatoday.com/list/news/nation-now/weirdest-laws-every-state/53ad0541-3518-4432-adc4-0fec193d389e/

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OYG

Look at how Qxs freedoms are eroded by a tyrannical Canadian government! Oh the humanity...... :rolleyes:

the weirdest laws and regulations in Canada.

1. Pet Rats
Did you know that it's illegal to have pet rats in Alberta? In Port Coquitlam, you can keep no more than 4 pet rats at a time. Makes you wonder what rat-catastrophe happened for this law to be in place!

2. Quiet in Ontario
It is illegal to whistle in Petrolia, Ontario. Yes, you read that right! That doesn't mean you'll be chased by a SWAT team while whistling the tune of your favorite song walking down the street. However, there is an actual law written against it, Article 3, 772.3.6 on the town's website, stating that, "Yelling, shouting, hooting, whistling or singing is prohibited at all times." Seems like Ontario takes enjoying peace and quiet to a whole new level!

3. Coin Control
One of the weirdest illegal things in Canada is to pay for purchases with a lot of coins. You are only allowed, by Canadian law, to use a maximum of 25 loonies (The Canadian dollar coin) and only 5 coins of 25 cents. Don't worry, the secret service won't track you down if you happen to pay $30 in loonie coins, but some vendors might use this law against you if they, for some reason, hate coins! So better to just spend them on gas station chocolates instead.

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4. Parrot Noise
If you own a parrot in Oak Bay, you could get fined $100 if it talks too loudly. Someone must've had a very loud parrot if they had to make a law about it!

5. Big Snowmen  
Well, it seems like someone must have had something against having snow fun because there's an actual law saying you can't have a snowman that is higher than 30 inches. There seems to be definitely a story there, maybe a fear of giant snowmen taking over the world! There was even a law against throwing around snow, but then again police would just be arresting 8 year-olds!

6. Painting
It is against the law to paint a wooden ladder in Alberta. Meanwhile, Ottawa apparently has something against the color purple since it is illegal to paint your house and garage doors in it! If you live in Beaconsfield, Quebec, someone may actually sue you for painting your house more than two colors!

7. The Climb
Oshawa has a law that bans climbing trees, the local law states, "No person shall interfere with a tree or part of a tree located on municipal property, including but not limited to attaching, affixing or placing upon in any manner any object or thing to a tree or part of a tree, and climbing the tree." Even though it may seem a strange law, it's the least strange one because tree-climbing could be dangerous. 

8. No Ice Cream on Sundays
It is illegal to eat ice cream on Bank street in Ottawa on Sunday. Any other day is good, just keep it indoors on Sunday.

9. Slow Down the Wi-Fi
Uxbridge, Ontario has a law that forbids having Wi-Fi connection faster than 56K. 

10. No Reptiles in Public
It is against Fredericton, New Brunswick law to 'wear' a snake in public or carry a pet lizard. You'll have to get a fake snake if you're planning to re-create that iconic Britney Spears' performance.

11. Maple Syrup Laws
Canada doesn't mess about when it comes to maple syrup; there is an entire act of regulations dedicated to the tasty sauce. There is one that states that it's illegal to claim a product is maple syrup when it's not; 'No person shall market a product in import, export or interprovincial trade in such a manner that it is likely to be mistaken for a maple product for which a grade or standard is established under these Regulations.' So don't go around telling people that chocolate sauce is maple syrup or you'll hear the sirens!

12. No Casual Wear
In Halifax, Nova Scotia, taxi drivers are not allowed to wear t-shirts. Number 24 in Halifax's Regional Municipality Bylaws for Taxis and Limousines states that drivers must be dressed neatly and tidy at all times; they have to wear shoes and socks, keep their attire in, and absolutely cannot wear a t-shirt. The poor taxi drivers probably have it rough in the summertime!

Despite the amusement we feel upon reading about these laws, they can actually be enforced if someone actually goes to the police to complain about your loud parrot or your purple garage door! However, Canada's laws about the things that matter are actually great. In fact, Canada is one of the safest countries in the world, so you have nothing to worry about if you're planning to live or study in Canada. All you have to do is figure out what you want to study, which university you will study at and which student accommodation in Canada you will stay in. 

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19 hours ago, Myles said:

i have no trouble believing those are on the books.   There are still lotsa of states in the USA that have odd laws on the books.   They just are not enforced.

https://www.usatoday.com/list/news/nation-now/weirdest-laws-every-state/53ad0541-3518-4432-adc4-0fec193d389e/

Yeah nah.  The law about potatoes was repealed.

The others are complete bs, or written in a misleading way.  For example, you can’t make excessive noise, that can be heard inside another home, late at night.

Anyone trying to assert EPA Noise Regulations are peculiar to places in Australia is a liar.

https://www.ontario.ca/page/environmental-noise-guideline-stationary-and-transportation-sources-approval-and-planning

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On 12/5/2022 at 6:53 PM, psyche101 said:

OYG

Look at how Qxs freedoms are eroded by a tyrannical Canadian government! Oh the humanity...... :rolleyes:

the weirdest laws and regulations in Canada.

 

:D

I blame the Trudeau clan for all of the above lemon laws...

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On 12/2/2022 at 11:04 PM, qxcontinuum said:

Weird Australian Laws

1. It is illegal to wear hot pink hot pants after midday on a Sunday.

2. It's an offence to possess 50kgs of potatoes in Western Australia.

3. Taxi cabs in Queensland are required to carry a bale of hay in the trunk.

4. Bars are required to stable, water and feed the horses of their patrons.

5. You must have a neck to knee swimsuit in order to swim at Brighton Beach (Melbourne).

6. The Summary Offences Act of 1966 deems it illegal to be heard by someone singing an obscene song. Does that include Taylor Swift? Oops...

7. It is illegal to roam the streets wearing black clothes, felt shoes and black shoe polish on your face as these items are the tools of a cat burglar.

8. It is illegal to dress up as Robin and Batman.

9. Only licensed electricians may change a light bulb.

10. It is illegal to be drunk in a pub.

11. It is illegal to read someone's tarot or give them a psychic reading as these are forms of witchcraft.

12. Having an article of disguise without a lawful excuse is illegal.

13. In the Gold Coast, it is illegal for women to wear a bikini whose material exceeds six square inches. Good bye brazilian bikini bottoms!

14. It is illegal to leave your car keys inside an unattended vehicle.

15. If advertising a lost or stolen item, you must include the caption "no questions will be asked." So does that mean that theives can get away with stolen goods?

 
image.jpeg.97103c4ee60c2bf0cb41b82784221b4a.jpeg

handcuffs - strange australian laws Strange Australian Laws - can you be arrested for it?

Handcuffs Image: By Bahnfrend (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia CommonsHandcuffs Image: By Bahnfrend (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

16. Life sentences cannot exceed 25 years. Are we really that laid back?

17. If a urinal is not readily available, it is legal to urinate on the rear left tyre of your vehicle.

18. In Melbourne, it is against the law to vacuum between 10pm and 7am during weekdays, and 10pm and 9am during weekends. Yep. We like our sleep.

19. Children aren't allowed to purchase cigarettes, but there is no law specifically stating that they cannot smoke 

 

Should i continue? Ps your country sucks in terms of freedom... 

Hi Qx

There are silly laws everywhere, back in the 70’s I knew a fellow that deliberately got himself locked up for vagrancy in a smaller nearby city. They had to give him a horse, saddle, beans, flour, and coffee because that was a law still on the books. At first they laughed at him until he got them in court on their dime.

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