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orangetrain commented on If the government is willing to let the country go broke to save the housing market from going down, then ...
There's new homes created every year and its above the average amount living in a home. It's amazing how prices are still going up when...
orangetrain commented on Interest Rates - Variables Have Gone up but Why Savings Have Remained The Same?
The banks have little competition to compel them to raise rates. The government should create a bank then in 2080 sell it off to make the...
orangetrain replied to Quantumcat on QLD Cops Turn up The Screws on Speeding, Seatbelts after July 1
Then to plug this loophole, 1 year jail and proportionate fines for both of them for conspiracy to defraud the commonwealth. The kicker? No...
orangetrain replied to o53djz7qTPY4der on QLD Cops Turn up The Screws on Speeding, Seatbelts after July 1
No, getting caught speeding is a tax on the poor.
We should encourage proportionate fines. Clive Palmer will quickly leave Qld alone.
I'd love if demerits was x4 and fines removed. Or do we want the slav lottery where fines go into the pot for the drivers?
Any suggested stores? These all appear to be online and drop shipped on demand
orangetrain replied to donkcat on [VIC] 12pm to 2pm Free Electricity Everyday with Free Lunch Energy Plan @ Globird Energy
Not useless for solar users. Just use the bulk of your electricity at 12-2pm when there's clouds ;)
orangetrain commented on Coalition's Proposed Plan To Enable First Home Buyers to use Up to $50k in Super Towards House Deposits
Does anyone know how many houses/plots there are in Australia? Or total bedrooms?
orangetrain commented on 10 Minutes of Running = 1 Plastic Bottle Cleaned up (23 May to 8 June) by adidas and Parley
I would run for 10 minutes if it equates to 1 minute of lobbying for non-recyclables plastic tax (medical/recyclable plastic exempted). I...
At least they're not storing forms of identification? What are they going to do with your credit card?
If these tests are banned, it will make it harder for me to avoid these companies. Can we instead legislate that salaries, or ranges be...
How much do you spend on rent to live close to everything?
Yes, government should do more on Australia's dependence on critical resources controlled by foreign companies/governments.