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6 billion koalas killed in Australian wildfire holocaust!
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Fritz Wuehler
2020-01-18 04:23:28 UTC
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***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
Ördög
2020-01-18 04:59:46 UTC
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Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
Right-wingers always do for some inexplicable psychological reasons!

In truth, no "greenie" ever made such ridiculous statement.
Look for the culprit amongst hard-right fake news manufacturers.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation dollars!
Really? Of course, you now have the impossible task of proving that any
dollar donated towards dealing with the extensive damage done due to bush
fire disaster is misused in unintended ways to support left political
parties.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
yuck yuck boo hiss
That is precisely how sane people feel about your post
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Ördög, without any apologies !!!
Luke McCowan
2020-01-18 10:04:17 UTC
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Post by Ördög
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
Right-wingers always do for some inexplicable psychological reasons!
Right-wingers don't believe fairy tales.
Post by Ördög
In truth, no "greenie" ever made such ridiculous statement.
Look for the culprit amongst hard-right fake news manufacturers.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation dollars!
Really? Of course, you now have the impossible task of proving that any
dollar donated towards dealing with the extensive damage done due to bush
fire disaster is misused in unintended ways to support left political
parties.
That's not hard. All left-wing groups are suspect. Don't give
the assholes any money.
Post by Ördög
Post by Fritz Wuehler
yuck yuck boo hiss
That is precisely how sane people feel about your post
--
Ördög, without any apologies !!!
Fran
2020-01-19 00:45:15 UTC
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Post by Luke McCowan
Post by Ördög
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
Right-wingers always do for some inexplicable psychological reasons!
Right-wingers don't believe fairy tales.
Bullshit. Trump supporters are hard right wingers and they'd have to
believe in the tooth fairy, pixies AND fairy stories to not be able to
notice the spin he's feeding them.
Post by Luke McCowan
Post by Ördög
In truth, no "greenie" ever made such ridiculous statement.
Look for the culprit amongst hard-right fake news manufacturers.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation dollars!
Really? Of course, you now have the impossible task of proving that any
dollar donated towards dealing with the extensive damage done due to bush
fire disaster is misused in unintended ways to support left political
parties.
That's not hard. All left-wing groups are suspect. Don't give
the assholes any money.
Too hard for you though. Hint: can you give proof of misuse of
donations for political purposes?
Fran
2020-01-19 00:34:51 UTC
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Post by Ördög
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
Right-wingers always do for some inexplicable psychological reasons!
:-))
Post by Ördög
In truth, no "greenie" ever made such ridiculous statement.
Indeed.
Post by Ördög
Look for the culprit amongst hard-right fake news manufacturers.
yep.
Post by Ördög
Post by Fritz Wuehler
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation dollars!
Really? Of course, you now have the impossible task of proving that any
dollar donated towards dealing with the extensive damage done due to bush
fire disaster is misused in unintended ways to support left political
parties.
:-))
Post by Ördög
Post by Fritz Wuehler
yuck yuck boo hiss
That is precisely how sane people feel about your post
Wotawonderfulworld
2020-01-18 05:58:24 UTC
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Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
6 Billion Koala's ? Your joking aren't you...

How would you know, Last i looked Koala's don't do a census ? They can't
hold ink pens correctly.

Now wombats i'd go with 6 flippin' billion of them (maybe one less after
tonight
Fran
2020-01-19 00:47:15 UTC
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Post by Wotawonderfulworld
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
6 Billion Koala's ? Your joking aren't you...
Or stupid.
Post by Wotawonderfulworld
How would you know, Last i looked Koala's don't do a census ? They can't
hold ink pens correctly.
Now wombats i'd go with 6 flippin' billion of them (maybe one less after
tonight
Oh yeah! I'm tipping that the 'one less tonight' had mange and needed
to be put out of its misery. If you are questioned, I'll support that
assertion.
Dechucka
2020-01-19 01:03:57 UTC
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Post by Fran
Post by Wotawonderfulworld
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
6 Billion Koala's ? Your joking aren't you...
Or stupid.
Post by Wotawonderfulworld
How would you know, Last i looked Koala's don't do a census ? They can't
hold ink pens correctly.
Now wombats i'd go with 6 flippin' billion of them (maybe one less after
tonight
Oh yeah!  I'm tipping that the 'one less tonight' had mange and needed
to be put out of its misery.  If you are questioned, I'll support that
assertion.
Hopefully it fucked his car. Counted 28 on one nights 2hr patrol all
looked in good nick. Someone told me that it is foxes that spread the
mange trying to use their burrows. Don't mind wombats as long as they
don't burrow under my structures. The burrows in my paddocks I put in
star posts and tape so my animals don't break a leg.
Fran
2020-01-19 01:19:47 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
Post by Fran
Post by Wotawonderfulworld
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
6 Billion Koala's ? Your joking aren't you...
Or stupid.
Post by Wotawonderfulworld
How would you know, Last i looked Koala's don't do a census ? They can't
hold ink pens correctly.
Now wombats i'd go with 6 flippin' billion of them (maybe one less after
tonight
Oh yeah!  I'm tipping that the 'one less tonight' had mange and needed
to be put out of its misery.  If you are questioned, I'll support that
assertion.
Hopefully it fucked his car. Counted 28 on one nights 2hr patrol all
looked in good nick. Someone told me that it is foxes that spread the
mange trying to use their burrows. Don't mind wombats as long as they
don't burrow under my structures. The burrows in my paddocks I put in
star posts and tape so my animals don't break a leg.
I don't mind them either now I no longer have large acreage. The same
applies to roos. We also didn't mind wombats when they stayed out of
pasture and didn't dig into the creek banks. And I have no idea how
they get mange but seeing one with a bad infestation is distressing.
They really suffer.
FMurtz
2020-01-19 05:08:15 UTC
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Post by Wotawonderfulworld
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
6 Billion Koala's ? Your joking aren't you...
How would you know, Last i looked Koala's don't do a census ? They can't
hold ink pens correctly.
Now wombats i'd go with 6 flippin' billion of them (maybe one less after
tonight
People who think these headers up do not think,they have the opposite
effect (instantly dismissed)
Fran
2020-01-19 00:33:58 UTC
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Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
Yes, your post IS pure horseshit. No-one has mentioned 6 billion
Koalas being killed except you. The estimate is that Australia has lost
30% of it's wild Kala population.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
So, according to you, asking for a donation to help heal burned animals
or to rehabilitate habitat equates to being a greenie?

Someone has obviously used your head for football practice.
Petzl
2020-01-19 02:10:04 UTC
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Post by Fran
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
Yes, your post IS pure horseshit. No-one has mentioned 6 billion
Koalas being killed except you. The estimate is that Australia has lost
30% of it's wild Kala population.
Post by Fritz Wuehler
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
So, according to you, asking for a donation to help heal burned animals
or to rehabilitate habitat equates to being a greenie?
Someone has obviously used your head for football practice.
Don't donate to Angus Taylors electorate of Hume, most likley end up
in one of Angus Taylor's Cayman Island accounts
https://www.michaelwest.com.au/barnaby-joyce-angus-taylor-and-the-80-million-question/
https://is.gd/qeI7zO
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and you come across a fence post with a turtle
balanced on top,
that’s called a fencepost turtle

You know he didn’t get up there by himself,
he definitely doesn’t belong up there,
he doesn’t know what to do while he is up there,
and you just gotta wonder what kind of dill
put him up there in the first place!
Dechucka
2020-01-19 01:08:28 UTC
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Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
Any thinking person knows it's crap like lot of the overseas coverage of
the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas causing
destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced species
their like the brush turkey (now so common you see them in Mosman,
Sydney, love them but boy are they ugly)
Fran
2020-01-19 01:21:31 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation
dollars! yuck yuck boo hiss
Any thinking person knows it's crap like lot of the overseas coverage of
the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas causing
destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced species
their like the brush turkey (now so common you see them in Mosman,
Sydney, love them but boy are they ugly)
I love brush turkeys! That vertical tail is brilliant. I must get out
my bird books and try to find another bird with that tail structure -
all I can think of go horizontal.
news18
2020-01-19 04:15:51 UTC
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Post by Fran
Post by Dechucka
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation dollars! yuck
yuck boo hiss
Any thinking person knows it's crap like lot of the overseas coverage
of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species their like the brush turkey (now so common you see them in
Mosman, Sydney, love them but boy are they ugly)
I love brush turkeys! That vertical tail is brilliant. I must get out
my bird books and try to find another bird with that tail structure -
all I can think of go horizontal.
Pheasant Coucal?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pheasant_coucal

I've seen plenty around the NSW central coast in the bush.
Fran
2020-01-19 05:50:25 UTC
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Post by news18
Post by Fran
Post by Dechucka
Post by Fritz Wuehler
***CAN YOU BELEIVE SUCH HORSE-SHIT?***
those greenies are using propaganda to get your donation dollars! yuck
yuck boo hiss
Any thinking person knows it's crap like lot of the overseas coverage
of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species their like the brush turkey (now so common you see them in
Mosman, Sydney, love them but boy are they ugly)
I love brush turkeys! That vertical tail is brilliant. I must get out
my bird books and try to find another bird with that tail structure -
all I can think of go horizontal.
Pheasant Coucal?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pheasant_coucal
I've seen plenty around the NSW central coast in the bush.
You got me all excited for a moment and I went off expecting t see that
vertical tail arrangement of the brush turkey. Sadly, that pheasant
coucal (which I've never heard of before and which certainly seems
interesting in its own way) has a horizontal tail just like 'normal' birds.
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2020-01-19 01:38:22 UTC
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In message <2badnf61q9GQMb7DnZ2dnUU7-***@westnet.com.au>, Dechucka
<***@hotmail.com> writes:
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of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
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Dechucka
2020-01-19 01:49:03 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
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of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were introduced
to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the South East of
South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/www.environment.sa.gov.au › files ›
cons-gen-kikoalama

Surprised me also when I was over there, such a tragedy for the Island
it is so beautiful and the local produce is lovely
Petzl
2020-01-19 02:36:20 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
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of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were introduced
to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the South East of
South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/www.environment.sa.gov.au › files ›
cons-gen-kikoalama
Surprised me also when I was over there, such a tragedy for the Island
it is so beautiful and the local produce is lovely
Not mentioning the fire was started by a arsonist
Why Mr Fire expert
https://www.fiveaa.com.au/news/police-are-searching-suspected-arsonist-kangaroo-island
https://is.gd/j9vVda
POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECTED ARSONIST ON KANGAROO ISLAND
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I loathe them with a passion.
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Dechucka
2020-01-19 03:11:14 UTC
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Post by Petzl
Post by Dechucka
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
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of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were introduced
to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the South East of
South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/www.environment.sa.gov.au › files ›
cons-gen-kikoalama
Surprised me also when I was over there, such a tragedy for the Island
it is so beautiful and the local produce is lovely
Not mentioning the fire was started by a arsonist
Why Mr Fire expert
https://www.fiveaa.com.au/news/police-are-searching-suspected-arsonist-kangaroo-island
https://is.gd/j9vVda
POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECTED ARSONIST ON KANGAROO ISLAND
From your cite it seems they didn't start the major fires. "CFS had
been proactively patrolling this area with some vegetation still
smouldering. At about 4.45 a.m. on Wednesday 16 January emergency
service personnel saw a new fire outbreak within an already burnt pine
plantation along Pioneer Bend Road" READ YOUR CITES
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2020-01-19 03:58:51 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
Post by Petzl
Post by Dechucka
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
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of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were introduced
to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the South East of
South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Post by Dechucka
Post by Petzl
Post by Dechucka
http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/www.environment.sa.gov.au › files ›
cons-gen-kikoalama
Surprised me also when I was over there, such a tragedy for the Island
it is so beautiful and the local produce is lovely
Not mentioning the fire was started by a arsonist
Why Mr Fire expert
https://www.fiveaa.com.au/news/police-are-searching-suspected-arsonist-
kangaroo-island
https://is.gd/j9vVda
POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECTED ARSONIST ON KANGAROO ISLAND
From your cite it seems they didn't start the major fires. "CFS had
been proactively patrolling this area with some vegetation still
smouldering. At about 4.45 a.m. on Wednesday 16 January emergency
service personnel saw a new fire outbreak within an already burnt pine
plantation along Pioneer Bend Road" READ YOUR CITES
--
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Ned Latham
2020-01-19 04:23:58 UTC
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J. P. Gilliver (John) wrotei:

----snip----
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Ideal environment. Later it was found that they are entirely free of the
chlamydia infecting mainland populations.

----snip----
Ned Latham
2020-01-19 04:33:02 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Ideal environment. Later it was found that they are entirely free of the
chlamydia infecting mainland populations.
Oops. Should have added that they were introduced from French Island, off
the coast of Victoria.
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2020-01-19 14:43:32 UTC
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Post by Ned Latham
----snip----
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Ideal environment. Later it was found that they are entirely free of the
chlamydia infecting mainland populations.
----snip----
Ideal for the Koalas maybe; you snipped the bit where Dechucka described
"the Kangaroo Is problem of to [I presume 'too' was intended] many
koalas causing destruction of the habitat" (just before introducing the
fact that they were/are an introduced species). (Knowing nothing of KI
[this discussion was the first I'd ever heard of it], I don't know what
aspect of the habitat they're destroying.)
--
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Ned Latham
2020-01-19 17:07:45 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Ned Latham
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Ideal environment. Later it was found that they are entirely free of the
chlamydia infecting mainland populations.
Ideal for the Koalas maybe;
That's the point.
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
you snipped the bit where Dechucka described
"the Kangaroo Is problem of to [I presume 'too' was intended] many
koalas causing destruction of the habitat"
Because it's irrelevant to the point.
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
(just before introducing the
fact that they were/are an introduced species). (Knowing nothing of KI
[this discussion was the first I'd ever heard of it], I don't know what
aspect of the habitat they're destroying.)
The trees they live on.
Fran
2020-01-19 06:02:36 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Dechucka
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
[]
of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were introduced
to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the South East of
South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
news18
2020-01-19 06:20:20 UTC
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Post by Fran
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Dechucka
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
[]
of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many
koalas causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an
introduced species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were
introduced to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the
South East of South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Fran
2020-01-20 05:43:41 UTC
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Post by news18
Post by Fran
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Dechucka
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
[]
of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many
koalas causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an
introduced species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
"In the 1920s, 18 koalas from French Island in Victoria were
introduced to KI as a response to a decline in koala numbers in the
South East of South Australia, due to hunting for the fur trade."
I see what you're getting at now: they are an introduced species *on
Kangaroo Island*. (Seems odd to me that they were introduced on an
island, if the intention was to replace the decline on the mainland.)
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
:-((
Petzl
2020-01-20 09:01:34 UTC
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Post by news18
Post by Fran
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Savage creatures Koalas

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Political and social termites.
I loathe them with a passion.
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J. P. Gilliver (John)
2020-01-20 12:23:46 UTC
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Post by Petzl
Post by news18
Post by Fran
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Savage creatures Koalas
http://youtu.be/KCGUNpzjD6M
I get "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by
Sean Mulcahy."
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Petzl
2020-01-20 22:05:50 UTC
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On Mon, 20 Jan 2020 12:23:46 +0000, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Petzl
Post by news18
Post by Fran
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Savage creatures Koalas
http://youtu.be/KCGUNpzjD6M
I get "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by
Sean Mulcahy."
Correct strange it seemed to me like it was posted by Seven News?
Very funny where a Scot female news reader was Paul Hogan type
"set-up" into believing she had to dress up "Mad Max" outfit before
handling these dangerous drop bears which drop from trees to rip your
throat out!
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A man walked into the ladies department and shyly walked up to
the woman behind the counter and said,
'I'd like to buy a bra for my wife. '
' What type of bra?' asked the clerk.
'Type?' inquires the man, 'There's more than one type?'
' Look around,' said the saleslady, as she showed a sea of bras in
every shape, size, color and material imaginable.
'Actually, even with all of this variety, there are really only four
types of bras to choose from.'
Relieved, the man asked about the types.
The saleslady replied:
'There are the Catholic, Salvation Army, Presbyterian, and the Baptist
types.
Which one would you prefer?'
Now totally befuddled, the man asked about the differences between
them.
The Saleslady responded, 'It is all really quite simple.'
The Catholic type supports the masses;
The Salvation Army type lifts the fallen;
The Presbyterian type keeps them staunch and upright;
The Baptist type makes mountains out of molehills.
Oh and
Have you ever wondered why A, B, C, D, DD , E, F, G, and H are the
letters used
to define bra sizes?
If you have wondered why, but couldn't figure out what the letters
stood for, it is about time you became informed!
{A} Almost Boobs.
{B} Barely there.
{C} Can't Complain.
{D} Dang!
{DD} Double dang!
{E} Enormous!
{F} Fake.
{G} Get a Reduction.
{H} Help me, I've fallen
and I can't get up!
Send this to all that will appreciate it!
oh They forgot the German bra.
Holtzemfromfloppen!!
Petzl
2020-01-20 22:11:18 UTC
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On Mon, 20 Jan 2020 12:23:46 +0000, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
I get "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by
Sean Mulcahy."
found it again this time from channel 10.
Scottish reporter tricked into thinking koala is a deadly predator |
Today Show Australia.

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Petzl
Good lawyers know the law
Great lawyers know the judge
Daniel60
2020-05-22 11:10:14 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Petzl
Post by news18
Post by Fran
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Savage creatures Koalas
http://youtu.be/KCGUNpzjD6M
I get "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by
Sean Mulcahy."
Clicking on the above link worked for me .... so, maybe, the copy-write
matter has been sorted!!
--
Daniel
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2020-05-22 14:10:10 UTC
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On Fri, 22 May 2020 at 21:10:14, Daniel60
Wow, that's "a long time ago" - and with COVID and so on, does indeed
seem also like "in a galaxy far, far away"!
Post by Daniel60
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Petzl
Post by news18
Post by Fran
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Savage creatures Koalas
http://youtu.be/KCGUNpzjD6M
I get "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by
Sean Mulcahy."
Clicking on the above link worked for me .... so, maybe, the copy-write
matter has been sorted!!
I can see it now. I'd since seen it anyway - not this particular clip,
but a later studio-based one including it, and saying that the Scottish
reporter was a good sport.
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J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

A leader who keeps his ear to the ground allows his rear end to become a
target. - Angie Papadakis
news18
2020-01-21 01:18:46 UTC
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Post by Petzl
Post by news18
Post by Fran
Introducing them to an island makes sense to me. Islanders would know
each other and anyone trying to hunt the koalas would be easily
identified and punished.
Over here, they are identified. they were called landcom, but gladys
supports their habitat destruction.
Savage creatures Koalas
Yawn, where s the one of them pissing on a pollie?
Fran
2020-01-19 02:03:30 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
[]
of the fires. Might solve the Kangaroo Is problem of to many koalas
causing destruction of the habitat, they are actually an introduced
species
[]
Where were they introduced from? (And by whom, and when?)
When he writes "Kangaroo Is problem" he is writing of "Kangaroo Island".
That will help you do your own research on that island and it's
introduced koalas.
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