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Christmas Tree Clearance $2.50 (180cm) & $4.50 (Fibre Optic 90cm) at Reject Shop [Miranda NSW Westfield]

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spotted at Reject shop in Westfield Miranda at 4pm today.

https://imgur.com/a/az3WI

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  • +1 vote

    Need some Christmas tree deal in Melbourne badly.

    • +2 votes

      I bet your Christmas is in January :)

  • +1 vote

    Good pic so clear , what phone you got ?

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      its a Samsung S8 plus. thx

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        Yea, im an iPhone x fella and even i agree your phone takes a darnn fine pic

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          The bright lighting of the environment helps everything along too.

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    I’m just wondering why you haven’t put a post for the $25 suit case for a double stat.

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      reason being I dont know the quality of the $25 suitcase and it is not under $5. :)

    • +1 vote

      Or how cluttered that shopping basket is

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    Nice, i'm sorted for next christmas

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    Bought 10 of these from Reject Shop, last year, for 50c each :)

    Gave one to a family in need, this year..

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    Christmas tree made in China… ironic.

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      What's ironic about that?

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        It's ironic and funny, because China is communist (basically anti-religion).

        • +4 votes

          China is driven by money first and ideology second. If there is money to be made in religious items, they will jump on it as a matter of business. Also, there are more Christians in China than population of Australia. It's not banned.

          That's why I questioned why did you find it ironic. I find it "business as usual".

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          To be honest, Australia is more like a communist country and China is more like a capitalism country.

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          @lubos:

          Wrong. Christians make up 1% of China's population - that's about 13.8 million. Far less than Australia's population. But the rest of your comment does make sense. Also, the Christmas tree is not a religious symbol, even though it's associated with Christmas.

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          @MrZ:
          Sorry mate lubos is right.

          Even with 1% (13.8) of Chinas population identifying themselves as Christians, it's still larger than the population in Aust identifying themselves as Christians.

          (Christian = [Catholics+Ang+UC+Chrit(other)]=~43% abs & Aust Pop =24.13M google = 10.4 < 13.8M …. sad but true)

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          @MrZ: Source cited on Wikipedia claims there are 31 million Christians in China - 2.3% of population (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_in_China)

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          @gtech:

          No, lubos said that there are more Christians in China than the "population of Australia", he didn't say "Christians in Australia".

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          @MrZ:
          sorry mate you are right, i misread that.
          but i guess he is right after he dug up the stats.