3407RE: [Julian-May-discuss] Completely off topic and of interest to those in the southern hemisphere only
- Jul 8, 2004Lol
Yes I do live in Melbourne, although I was born in England; and like another
member, I am grateful my parents spent the 10 quid in the 70's and came to
the land down under.
I have pretty much seen all of Oz, and feel it is a great place.
Our politics is pretty mild over here, blind Freddy could manage this
economy. We have so many natural resources, and everything else, Oz will be
a great place to live for a long time.
The only advantage I could see living in the UK, would be the close
proximity to the rest of Europe, Australia is a long way from any where,
except NZ that is ;-)
From: Avalon Myst [mailto:avalonmyst_nz@...]
Sent: Thursday, 8 July 2004 8:27 PM
Subject: RE: [Julian-May-discuss] Completely off topic and of interest to
those in the southern hemisphere only
You don't live in Melbourne by any chance do ya?!
I was probably a bit short with Melb but if I
had spouted on any further my email would have
been even longer. I have been to Melbourne and
it has its similarities to Wellington I think
(although Wgn would never reach 40 deg). I agree
its a pretty nice spot, you have to admit though
the climate is VERY changeable.
--- Mike Vallender <mike@...> wrote: >
>Find local movie times and trailers on Yahoo! Movies.
> When AM says: "Melbourne's climate can be
> freezing one day and over 40 the
> Next", that is being a bit harsh.
> Melbourne was voted the most liveable city in
> the world, and that was partly
> due to its weather.
> Now I am not trying to push Melbourne over
> anywhere else, I am just pointing
> out that it is the best place anyone can live!
> Bob here is a site for you to check out:
> there is an IT section, you can put your CV on
> it, and see if you get any
> bites, there are others, but this is the best.
> Good luck mate (you will have to get used of
> To get a glimse of Melbourne read:
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