Allan, 25 Apr 2009It was P%mn who said " I might live in a crime ridden area but at least we don't have expensiv... moreActually I mentioned my convict heritage in the self depreciating humourous way Australians are reknowned for and suggested you come visit so I could steal your wallet.
You Canadians are like Americans in that way, you just don't understand our sense of humour which is why they remake Australian and English TV shows for you.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Just because we descended from convicts and one of our greatest hero's was a bushranger hanged for shooting police, doesn't mean we have much crime.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Is that how you spell gay in australia? Heres some jokes. Do vegetarians like to meet people. is it possible for someone whose bald to get a hairline fracture? Should midgets be paid under the table. When people from newfoundland divorce do they still remain cousins? I wanted to join the debate team in high school but someone talked me out of it.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970It was P%mn who said " I might live in a crime ridden area but at least we don't have expensive cell plans like in Canada."
Look whose back. It's brillance. Well son heres a story your daddy wrote.
There once was a family who lived in a crime ridden area of australia, but your dad had a choice of 3 cell companys with competitive rates for the iphone. And we all lived happily ever after!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970You forgot to mention that the Nokia fans are the most fun to troll, there's nothing like fanatical devotion to provide a bit of sport.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Hey Pepsi, nice to see you. I love your humour. BTW what time is it there. I woke up after falling asleep early. It's 2:50 a.m here april 25th.
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2009How about a law which tells a teacher not to touch a child who falls over and is crying.
Or... moreI don't agree with all the laws here, especially when Fathers have no rights at least according to the police in child visitation rights, been there and my daughter is older now so everything is cool.
But a law that says if you're caught smoking in a car with a child under 16 you'll be fined, GOOD ! Protection of the child.
Allan, 25 Apr 2009Life has always been good here in Canada, i don't need a law telling me to wear my seatbelt, I... moreHow about a law which tells a teacher not to touch a child who falls over and is crying.
Or laws that seek to transfer the responsibilities associated with raising children from the parents to the state.
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2009Do you remember how good life was before we started living in nanny states?Life has always been good here in Canada, i don't need a law telling me to wear my seatbelt, I've always known that it's common sense, it's for those who like to shoot up our health care expenses when they get injured, if they are lucky not to be killed.
Allan, 25 Apr 2009Wow, this must be the forum to be in, already 367 pages for a phone thats not even out yet, as... moreThat's what happens when a phone is announced 7 months before it's released, endless discussions to relieve the monotony before people start coming on here looking for help with their problems and places to get free software.
Wow, this must be the forum to be in, already 367 pages for a phone thats not even out yet, as opposed to apple iphone 3g, 410 pages.
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2009Maybe I'm not psychotic and can tell the difference between reality and a video game.You say you can tell the difference between reality and a video game. Dude, you're the one who said your place where you live might be ridden with crime but at least you have good cell phone plans unlike Canada who has expensive cell phone plans.
So living in a place with good cell plans is better, despite the crime rate?!?!?
HUH, tell that one to your family mate! I think your elevator don't go to the top floor!
Allan, 25 Apr 2009Hey, look whose here, it's sherlock holmes.I'm just on my way to McDonalds to pick up an apple baby shake.
It's a new flavour.
iolo003, 25 Apr 2009dude, that was a Q1 sales report, Quarter sales report cannot be 5 months c", your very funny
... moreSo where did Nokia say they sold 2.8 million 5800's in the first quarter?
They definately said they sold 2.8 million 5800's since it's launch in November.
Apple are the ones who said they sold 3.8 million iPhone's in the first quarter, maybe you are getting confused with that.
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2009The 5800 sold 2.8 million from it's launch in November until the end of March.
Nokia's word... moredude, that was a Q1 sales report, Quarter sales report cannot be 5 months c", your very funny
and i quote "almost 3 million" so its not exact 3 million c",