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Lovestohackarma

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I have returned
« on: September 11, 2007, 03:19:20 pm »
... from my lovely 2 week holiday.

Went for a " bush bash " and went roo and pig shooting.
( I am aussie so yeh :) )

So what have i missed out on :o

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Re: I have returned
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2007, 04:19:38 pm »
subsky is back on tkc, thats bout it....
Enjoy your creative game-play, whatever that may include.

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Re: I have returned
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2007, 09:43:53 am »
Both Roo and Pig are good eating.
I recall when a fast food outfit here in the USA had Roo mixed in with the Beef in it's hamburgers.

I  used eat there often back then...until our FDA said Roo was not approved for human consumption.
Damn political idiots,I bet they all eat quiche!

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Re: I have returned
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2007, 10:54:38 am »
Both Roo and Pig are good eating.
I recall when a fast food outfit here in the USA had Roo mixed in with the Beef in it's hamburgers.

I  used eat there often back then...until our FDA said Roo was not approved for human consumption.
Damn political idiots,I bet they all eat quiche!
Watch out there Z you might be modded for be a Polly. Kanga's are nice to eat indeed, used to eat them on a fortnightly basis. Apparently it is good for something in your body and living in the country means it's more common to find in supermarkets and cheaper than steak. But now living in suburbia means we can't have the delicious meat. Anyway, whereabouts do you live Lovestohackarma? Somewhere in Vic, WA or NT I presume? The other states are more suburban.
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Re: I have returned
« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2007, 03:52:25 am »

[/quote] Watch out there Z you might be modded for be a Polly. Kanga's are nice to eat indeed, used to eat them on a fortnightly basis. Apparently it is good for something in your body and living in the country means it's more common to find in supermarkets and cheaper than steak. But now living in suburbia means we can't have the delicious meat. Anyway, whereabouts do you live Lovestohackarma? Somewhere in Vic, WA or NT I presume? The other states are more suburban.
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Nah mate, western Queensland. Just near the boarder of NT / WA. I usually go out shooting on a weekends basis. Its fun, what can i say.

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Re: I have returned
« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2007, 03:12:17 pm »

Watch out there Z you might be modded for be a Polly. Kanga's are nice to eat indeed, used to eat them on a fortnightly basis. Apparently it is good for something in your body and living in the country means it's more common to find in supermarkets and cheaper than steak. But now living in suburbia means we can't have the delicious meat. Anyway, whereabouts do you live Lovestohackarma? Somewhere in Vic, WA or NT I presume? The other states are more suburban.
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Nah mate, western Queensland. Just near the boarder of NT / WA. I usually go out shooting on a weekends basis. Its fun, what can i say.
[/quote] Wow, a QLDer. Wouldn't have thought that myself. I'm from Victoria. Probably as south of Australia as you can possibly get, down here in Melbourne.
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