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MovingtoTasmania

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MovingtoTasmania last won the day on February 10 2015

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  1. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    I want to be Switzerland. Why can't others? :sad:
  2. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    Weird @Bristle plain weird :sad: If someone falls out with someone and you are friends with both, can you not continue to be so, or should you take sides? Where's it written that you have to take sides? Why can't people be like Switzerland? And let others be like Switzerland? Why should I have to take a side? Or you for example? Or anyone?
  3. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    Pondering on the strangeness of human nature......... People are definitely weird I think!
  4. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    I'm so sorry hon. If there is anything I can do, please let me know. My condolences to you and your family at this time :hug:
  5. MovingtoTasmania

    British by Descent + Aus Child - Visa Help

    I found a website called what do they know and you can post in there for an answer but I'm not sure how quick this will be.
  6. MovingtoTasmania

    British by Descent + Aus Child - Visa Help

    I don't think it will be that easy as he'll be classed as a tourist. Have you looked at the British immigration website? Or was it as useful as a chocolate teapot?
  7. I can understand all viewpoints here but I don't think encouraging children to hit each other is the way forward. Would you hit an adult who said something you didn't like? Bullying is is a problem in practically every country around the world. However, when does a child stop being the victim and become the bully? It it is up to parents and school to work together to stamp out bullying, to ensure that children understand what is and isn't acceptable behaviour. Hitting the bully doesn't make the bully understand what they have done is wrong, it simply teaches them that there may be an unpleasant consequence to their actions/words. Dependent on on the age of the child concerned, I would perhaps keep a diary and speak to the local neighbourhood police team or Rangers and ask them to perhaps arrange to go to school and talk about bullying in assembly and also the legal ramifications of bullying as it is against the law to call someone racist names. Just as assaulting someone physically is against the law.
  8. MovingtoTasmania

    What's the law?

    Whatever reasonable force is deemed necessary. Of course, everyone has a different definition of reasonable force but whacking with a rolling pin is maybe okay........ A policewoman I know told me that if, for instance, I was chopping onions in the kitchen and some one knocked on the door and I went to answer it with the knife in my hand and then that person forced their way in and I stabbed them, then that's fine as they would check the wound for onion presence. Of course, it's quite hard to make sure you are cooking at suitable times (when some one breaks in).
  9. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    The new cooker is being installed. This means that I will have a working oven and all the rings will work so I can cook more than two things at a time!!!! Whoooohoooooooooo :jiggy:
  10. MovingtoTasmania

    Perth Meet Up - Sunday 8th February

    I too am iPading. Maybe that's it. The iPad.
  11. MovingtoTasmania

    Perth Meet Up - Sunday 8th February

    I can't see it either :cry:. Unless he's the invisible Man :laugh:
  12. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    I have teabags :jiggy:. Brew then off to Uncle's. Although he's already been round for brekkie :laugh:
  13. MovingtoTasmania

    what are you doing right now?

    Noooooo. I don't want the cold :cry:
  14. MovingtoTasmania

    I know no one will care but...........

    You'll do fine @HappyHeart. I have utmost faith in you. And if you don't do well, no briyani. Ever!
  15. MovingtoTasmania

    Perth Meet Up - Sunday 8th February

    It was great to meet you too. Hopefully you and Mrs B will be over soon for dinner?
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