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Posted:very interesting indeed! All the varieties!
But I think the prices can only be taken with a grain of salt. Sure, $500/week for food sounds expensive, but you need to take into account the cost of living in that country and the kind of salaries people are making there. That's one of the reasons I don't like people translating prices into their own currency, because it rarely reports the situation accurately.
i would have changed ***** to phallus, and claire to petey Petey
Rougie: but that's what I'm doing here Arnwyn: what letting me adjust myself in your room?..don't you dare quote that on HoP...
Posted:They could still afford to support the people from Sudan for a few weeks. Alteast until the Aboubakar's started stealing their jobs and destroying the very fabric of their society.
Sorry, no offence meant. But this is what some people (i know) really believe will happen if Sudaness (or any) refugee is "allowed" into Australia. Do they realise how little resources people have? And how fortunate most Australians are?
It discusts me. But this is not what the thread is about. Its a very interesting thread Masked52