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  1. Rossmoyne

    Corona Virus

    Dan is a total tosser and dictator. The whole of his government are so corrupt, that although there have been "Inquires" and across the board corruption has been found, there has been no comeback for the corrupt to be charged. What about the farce that the hotel quarantine was run by a company that was useless and their employees had no training in quarantining and hygene.... so the guys just had a ball in the hotels and went home to their families, and they all carried on mixing as usual, and many worked in Care Homes for the Elderly too. Guessing they were all of a certain religion we are not allowed to mention. Wonder why it spread so fast in Melbourne!!
  2. No slow move into summer here is there!!!
  3. Rossmoyne

    What Book are you reading??

    I also read local WA authors. Check out Liz Byrski... Claire Boston... Fleur McDonald... all briliant.
  4. Rossmoyne

    What Book are you reading??

    Love Jonathon Kellerman novels and his hero of Alex Delaware are brilliant.
  5. Rossmoyne

    What Book are you reading??

    I have just read "The French Photographer" by Natasha Lester, who is a West Australian Author. The book is set in New York, France and Australia, starts in 1942 and spans through to 2005, and is a story about people and connections they have to each other through love. It was a well written book with a brilliant storyline that kept me turning the pages. I enjoyed it so much I have today purchased "The Paris Secret" by the same author. The story is set in England, Paris, and Australia and tells a story of a female pilot during the war, who work for the Special Operations Group as a spy in France during the war. Lots of secrets and family issues, and the connection between an Australian fashion conservator and The House of Christian Dior. Looking forward to starting it tonight.
  6. Rossmoyne

    Is Dan Andrews doing the right thing?

    Agree on everything you said.
  7. Rossmoyne

    Is Dan Andrews doing the right thing?

    And apparently it seems to have worked..... should we have gone that way too? I have no views either way... just playing the devils advocate here.
  8. Rossmoyne

    Corona Virus

    Best comment!
  9. Rossmoyne

    Corona Virus

    True. But maybe Dan the man needs to start treating all people who contravene the restrictions and regulations exactly the same. 5 large Afgani families have apparently been openly socialising with large numbers at events, and contact tracing has shown that they have spread so many cases of Covid around Melbourne. But for some reason Dan has decided not to fine or prosecute them as they wouldn't understand why!!!!! I can't find the link for the MSM report I read about this yesterday (probably been removed), but I was gobsmacked to read it. Especially when you see so much on the media about the Police arresting others who contravene the rules for the same reasons.
  10. Thanks Ali. I will remember that if I get sick like that again. I only had a cold with a temperature for less than 24 hours.... no other symptoms of Covid, so I didn't even consider getting a test until 3 weeks later I couldn't shift the clogged sinuses and chest rattling cough and went to my GP. I asked about a Covid test but she felt it wasn't necessary. Good to know I can just rock up at a centre though, so will bear that in mind.
  11. Good to hear that you are firing on all cylinders again. It must have been a scary experience though.
  12. She is! She is always open to suggestions, will research from a medical point of view, and if she feels it is worth pursuing, will back you 100%. Having a Naturopath for a husband I guess broadens her mind on the medical front. She has done extra studies on Nutrition, is a strong believer that medication isn't always the answer and that adopting a Real Food diet and avoiding commercially produced crap can often help with many health issues. 2 friends of mine who had Type 2 Diabetes are patients of hers too, and through her suggestions, they too adopted a lowcarb diet and both have reversed their T2Diabetes. A measure of her as a person too, is that she works 3 days a week now as a GP, and spends a whole day every week volunteering as a Counsellor for Lifeline. Her specialism being Mental Health issues, and this is her way of paying back. The downside is that she is so popular, getting an appointment with her quickly isn't possible that often as everyone would prefer to see her at the practice.
  13. Rossmoyne

    Is Dan Andrews doing the right thing?

    WA has only been lucky because we have a Premier who has held fast against not opening the state border to the rest of Australia. I didn't vote for him and have never voted Labor and never will, but Mark McGowan was steadfast in keeping WA borders closed, and that is why we have no community transmission in WA. However now the power has gone to his head and he thinks he is invinsible. Where that goes in WA is anyone's guess. I thank him for closing our borders to keep us safe, but I now feel we need to open up to other states with minimal or no community spread.
  14. Rossmoyne

    Stop the boats!

    Rubbish... did you not watch that video?
  15. Rossmoyne

    Anybody instantly regret the move back?

    Speaking with my "Experience" hat on...... please do not make such a massive life changing decision until at least a year and you have settled more and accepted the difference in your life. With all the Covid stuff happening maybe you won't be able to make that journey anyway. When a relationship ends their are always so many issues and painful things to get through. Personal experience taught me that it was better to face all that and then make a decision on life changing stuff.
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