Ambos get along with the system

“I heard yesterday about the introduction of an automated CPR device across the NSW Ambulance Service,” writes Bruce Moxon from Toongabbie. “Great idea. Only it says LUCAS – Lund University Cardiopulmonary Assist System. I just hope it’s more reliable than the Lucas system we discussed here a while ago – which leaves us cold and perplexed.”

While Granny suspects Warren Menteith (C8) is confusing ripple soles with crepe soles, Weston’s Mike Fogarty (ACT) has nothing but praise: “Wazza Menteith, survivors, sixties. The dress of the day for the young and restless then also included: subtle “spotted” pants, statement Hawaiian shirts and a splash of California poppies on her coiffed pompadour. For our youth, six decades later, it’s still the good old days.”

“Following Phil Lennox’s question ‘bacon and egg’ vs. ‘egg and bacon’ reminded me of my own apparent difference in reference to cutlery,” says Joy Paterson of Mount Annan. “When, in my Canadian-Australian accent, I asked my son’s new girlfriend to pass me ‘fork and knife’, I saw her startled reaction when she just handed me the knife. “Knife and Fork” – Australian. ‘Fork and knife’ – Canadian.”

Don’t quote him, but John Swanton from Coogee is hoping that “With a new state government, TAFE will hopefully go back to being the great tertiary system it once was.” I would like to suggest some new courses for craftsmen. This includes how to return calls, actually show up during the day, not get through too early because the tide is high, and not charge a higher hourly rate than my attorney.”

“Speaking of academic robes (C8), it is not widely known that the uniforms worn by Hogwarts students in Harry Potter “A number of films have been inspired by the ‘traje’ worn by Portuguese university students,” informs Ashbury’s Peter Miniutti.

“Alongside Christo Curtis on visitors mistaking VIP lounge signs for brothels (C8), there is the recent case of a visitor from Rome poking fun at how many young women stand idle in the back streets of the business district,” says Julian Neylan of Dulwich Hill. “He was convinced that these office workers who smoked were ‘working girls.'”

“If Colin Taylor-Evans thinks the price of desert boots (C8) has skyrocketed, he should try and buy some Crocs as im recommends Good weekend for only $670!” says Paul Duncan of Leura. “I’m still wearing the crocodiles I bought for $10 two years ago.”

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