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Post by jason_recliner » November 20th 2021, 4:13pm

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I shall bid $33 but only if you promise NOT to send the vegemite. I have seen that vile invention once, and that was way more than enough.
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Post by jason_recliner » November 21st 2021, 3:01pm

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ahproximately how mani of thees grean buds will robinson fitz in tha kangaro sak ??
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Post by smellody » November 21st 2021, 6:33pm

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Half an ounce of bud is a pretty good size pouch as long as it doesn't shrink in the cold - I wonder what they do with the rooballs - maybe they're good eatin' like Rocky Mountain Oysters.
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Post by 3Flushes » November 21st 2021, 10:42pm

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That is a good question - glad you asked. We use them for meatball subs, and sometimes in dumplings.
Well, I'm glad they don't go to waste- The roos must really miss scratching them - I know I would.
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Post by jason_recliner » November 21st 2021, 11:51pm

Yes, I hope that we don't waste any of these beautiful animals that we kill. The skin makes a wonderfully soft leather (my satchel is made from vegetable-tanned roo leather) and the eye fillets are stunning - rich, lean, and tender if not over-cooked. Some of the other cuts aren't that great but they are used in pet food. Some Aborigines like to eat the tail cooked in coals.
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Post by jason_recliner » November 22nd 2021, 12:01am

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Yes, I hope that we don't waste any of these beautiful animals that we kill. The skin makes a wonderfully soft leather (my satchel is made from vegetable-tanned roo leather) and the eye fillets are stunning - rich, lean, and tender if not over-cooked. Some of the other cuts aren't that great but they are used in pet food. Some Aborigines aborigine first nation peoples first nation Aborigine peoples like to eat the tail cooked in coals.
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Post by conjurer » November 22nd 2021, 9:06am

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jason_recliner wrote:
November 21st 2021, 11:51pm
Yes, I hope that we don't waste any of these beautiful animals that we kill. The skin makes a wonderfully soft leather (my satchel is made from vegetable-tanned roo leather) and the eye fillets are stunning - rich, lean, and tender if not over-cooked. Some of the other cuts aren't that great but they are used in pet food. Some Aborigines aborigine first nation peoples first nation Aborigine peoples like to eat the tail cooked in coals.
Sorry John. Fixed now.
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Post by jason_recliner » November 25th 2021, 5:10pm

It's been such a crazy week that I forgot that the auction was still running! Final bids are in, andconrtaulations Mr. Bbattle, you are the winner of the black and gold square LE G-Shock, with a winning bid of US$33. At least, I hope it was in US$, because in Aussie buckerros that would be like three fiddy.

I will match your bid with a top-up of AUD$150, hopefully some disadvantaged kid has a better christmas thanks to the Lords.

A little background, I only learned of Smith Family through one of the Directors at my previous consultancy. She is a hard-assed, hard-as-nails, stark-raving-mad corporate lawyer. Every now and then she'd show glimpses of warmth and generosity, however, one of those times being Christmas when she'd make a substantial donation to Smith Family. She also encouraged us to buy toys and put them under the office Christmas tree, which would then be donated as well (a couple of staff actually complained that they didn't get paid enough and so shouldn't feel obligatred to donate!). I'm no longer with the concultancy, but I feel Smith Family is one of the worthiest causes (being a commie pinko socialist) so I've decided to continue the 'tradition'.

Thanks Bbattle, thanks to everyone who bid, thanks to those who just mocked this thread and its contents!
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Post by gerdson » November 26th 2021, 5:06am

Hehe, that is the same topic that got cawnshuror frustrated now and then. But I need to say, it is more fun this way ;-)
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Post by jason_recliner » November 26th 2021, 3:21pm

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Woo hoo! Payment made. Where’s my Balzac?!
Hi Doc, your payment didn't show up in my PalPal. Did you donate direct to the link?

Pm me your shipping address mate.
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Post by DoctorIvey » November 26th 2021, 5:23pm

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DoctorIvey wrote:
November 26th 2021, 2:30pm
Woo hoo! Payment made. Where’s my Balzac?!
Hi Doc, your payment didn't show up in my PalPal. Did you donate direct to the link?

Pm me your shipping address mate.
Yes I did. I suppose I should send you shipping and sew fourth. Just tell me how much and where to send it.
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