Monday Forum: November 20. 2017

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  1. H B Bear

    I’m depressed. Why won’t the NDIS pay for my handjobs and mow my lawn?

  2. Myrddin Seren

    Party at the New Thread still rocking on.

    See Stimpy for VIP entry passes.

  3. C.L.

    Any vets here?
    We need one of those cones of shame to put on Monty’s head.
    His Moore moment has been swamped by Democrat rapists.

  4. C.L.

    Any vets here?
    We need one of those cones of shame to put on Monty’s head.
    His Moore moment has been swamped by Democrat rap1sts.

  5. Chris

    I’m depressed. Why won’t the NDIS pay for my handjobs and mow my lawn?

    A year ago my financial adviser suggested NDIS work for me. I was working as a handyman. Lots of NDIS customers can’t change a light bulb or report their fuses are out.

  6. Piercy:

    An external security check of our National Defence was done a decade or so ago by the international Jane’s Defence Analysis team.

    Do you have any further information on that?
    I don’t have a Janes account.

  7. Dianeh

    Tints

    Sorry that’s it from me, it’s just a little window into what families do willingly and lovingly the only thing I can’t do is live forever, if I could my son wouldn’t need an NDIS.

    Thank you for sharing. My son also has to go under a general anaesthetic for any real dental work beyond an examination and a clean. Not covered under the free child dental service so we do it under our private cover. I had never thought about what happens when he is over 25.

    We are older parents and I worry about my son when he is older. His sister will always have to watch over him and as she loves him, I know she will.

  8. Entropy:

    The NDIS model seems to be a permanent gravy train for allied health and associated carpet baggers feasting on all manner of eligible activities. You just know it will one day soon create multi millionaires on the Therese Rein (Rudd) model of taxpayer largesse, and eventually end up paying for aroma therapy and laughter medicine.

    Correct.
    Some days I feel like going looking for a damn cave or lighthouse to live in.
    I cannot imagine any government this incompetent or malign since the Wiemar Republic, or Venezuela.

  9. johanna

    Baldrick
    #2561869, posted on November 22, 2017 at 8:58 am

    Religious protections of Homo-hoedowns now pushed out to March 2018-

    The Turnbull cabinet has instructed Philip Ruddock, a former Liberal minister and the current mayor of Hornsby, to examine whether current Australian law does enough to protect religious freedoms.

    A statement from the prime minister’s office said Mr Ruddock would conduct a “timely expert stocktake” that would determine whether there was any need to change the law to enshrine religious freedoms.

    The announcement comes amid pressure from Coalition conservatives who want to see religious exemptions built into the bill to legalise same-sex marriage.

    Mr Ruddock is due to report back by March 31 next year, throwing the broader debate on religious protections beyond the government’s self-imposed Christmas deadline to legalise same-sex marriage.

    The once promised religious protections will now be subject to a review, pushed out to the never-never and even if recommended will still need to pass the Senate, months after homo-hoedowns are enacted.

    It’s just a mechanism for ensuring that Muslims are not caught up in the machinery.

    The whole ‘religious exemption’ thing is a crock. As others have pointed out, if a non-religious person happens to disagree, why should they be treated differently?

  10. Snoopy

    Their ABC maintains its Adani jihad.

    Mr Nicholls had just started addressing a forum in Townsville about infrastructure projects, when the anti-Adani protesters ran onto the stage, shouting at the crowd.

    The group of four at today’s forum had been hiding for hours under a platform set up for media equipment at the back of the room.

    The activists shouted “We’re here to remind you there are no jobs on a dead planet,” and “The reef is dying,” before they were taken away by security and police.

    Mr Nicholls said he was not too phased by the disruption.

    I doubt he said that.

  11. Snoopy

    Any vets here?
    We need one of those cones of shame to put on Monty’s head.
    His Moore moment has been swamped by Democrat rapists.

    Remember Monty ridiculing anyone who didn’t accept his contention that the police ripped Christine Forster’s jacket? That thug was always fated to be charged from the instant Monty first made that spurious claim.

  12. max

    JC
    #2561910, posted on November 22, 2017 at 10:10 am

    We have one big Labor Party in Parliament.

    That is so true.

  13. Snoopy

    Any vets here?
    We need one of those cones of shame to put on Monty’s head.
    His Moore moment has been swamped by Democrat rap1sts.

    Remember Monty ridiculing anyone who didn’t accept his contention that the police ripped Christine Forster’s jacket? That thug was always fated to be charged from the instant Monty first made that spurious claim.

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