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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    Yes, well, as far as the locals are concerned anyway... thats why the pressure is on Gov't to change the 457 Visa rules.

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    We are talkin bout a different kinda 'Indian Minors' now, aren't we?
    Oddly enough, both types are two legged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dom14 View Post
    snip... Apparently they quite abundant(the native noisy miner) in Queensland, according to the folks from there.
    Pfft we got more native noisy miners over here than Qld has... Gina and Twiggy easily outnumber that Clive Palmer piece of work.

    Curious how all three natives seem to attract the Indians as well.
    Latest reports are of sightings of some Chinese ones in the same areas in WA
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    Pfft we got more native noisy miners over here than Qld has... Gina and Twiggy easily outnumber that Clive Palmer piece of work.

    Curious how all three natives seem to attract the Indians as well.
    Latest reports are of sightings of some Chinese ones in the same areas in WA
    Yeah, I remember Ms Reignhard wanted to pay $2 an hour for cheap overseas workers from China.
    Yep, Hangkooks are quite a flock of noisy miners with their hands at each other's throat.
    Big(skinny) Palmer is a funny noisy miner, at least on media. , our native national assets for sure.
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    No one has mentioned Morris yet, not so common now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bush Ranger View Post
    No one has mentioned Morris yet, not so common now.
    Which bird is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dom14 View Post
    Which bird is that?
    Dom... Really?

    The most widespread one of all with a worldwide geographic range...

    Surely you've heard of the...

    wait for it...



    wait for it...




    Morris Minor
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    Dom... Really?

    The most widespread one of all with a worldwide geographic range...

    Surely you've heard of the...

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    Morris Minor
    Getting rare now tho. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    Dom... Really?

    The most widespread one of all with a worldwide geographic range...

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    Morris Minor
    I've driven a one, long long time ago.
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    Is this the Indian morris minor of which you speak?
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    Very good, that be the one I am talking about.

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