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Old 31-01-2011, 11:55 AM   #1
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Wow.....all I can say is Australia ans in particular Queensland are copping it on the chin!!! Check this link out people...my goodness this is one bloody HUGE Earthen fart...look out my XXXX friends it looks like you are about to cop a pineapple of rather large proportions!!

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What on earth is going on down under, trying to get yourselves obliterated from the map with floods and cyclones?
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It appears that way doesnt it!!!
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Yeah seems pretty bad from watching all the news on tv.

I wonder how it would feel like to be outside in 300kmph winds haha.
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Just heard on the news that it's hit the coast now, so hope you're all surviving okay
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Just heard on the news that it's hit the coast now, so hope you're all surviving okay

Me too, was just reading the news as well. Looks scary, hope it all goes well.
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All appears to be ok...no casualties reported as yet...lots of houses destroyed etc etc...yeh marlon..it would make ones pucker valve work overtime. Australia seems to be the place for natural disasters this year LOL
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