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Repco Supercars Championship / Re: Silly Season 2022
« Last post by mikeamerica84 on Today at 12:11:40 AM »
Mostert and Percat as teammates will be very interesting…
And very strong.  Does Nick bring any sponsors with him wherever he winds up, like R&J Batteries?
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General Discussion / Re: Nuclear Powered Subs for Australia
« Last post by mikeamerica84 on Today at 12:07:18 AM »
A boon for Adelaide.  A boon for your country.  This could maybe lead to nuclear electrical generating plants, but that will take more citizen buy-in. 

Carbon free, gents.  It is the profession I have been in since 1978.
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General Discussion / Re: COVID-19 discussion
« Last post by Bloopy on Yesterday at 03:30:22 PM »
Our 37% will be people aged 12+ I'd say as NZ's only showing 32% overall. You can compare all countries on this webpage.
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Repco Supercars Championship / Re: Silly Season 2022
« Last post by skaifeman on Yesterday at 03:17:46 PM »
Mostert and Percat as teammates will be very interesting…

Came from that Super2 class of 2012. From memory, McLaughlin, Mostert and Percat never got on?
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Repco Supercars Championship / Re: Silly Season 2022
« Last post by Wrighty05 on Yesterday at 02:39:13 PM »
Mostert and Percat as teammates will be very interesting…
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General Discussion / Re: COVID-19 discussion
« Last post by AlbertM on Yesterday at 08:34:06 AM »
45% of 16+.

36% of all.
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General Discussion / Re: COVID-19 discussion
« Last post by murph_fan51 on Yesterday at 06:29:46 AM »
I had my first jab the other day. NZ currently up to 37% full vaccinated. What’s Aus % like?
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General Discussion / Re: Nuclear Powered Subs for Australia
« Last post by AlbertM on September 17, 2021, 06:39:16 PM »
Agreed
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General Discussion / Re: Nuclear Powered Subs for Australia
« Last post by madbugger on September 17, 2021, 05:06:33 PM »
$2.8Billion down the drain.

Better than spending $80-90 Billion over the next 15 yrs and then finding out it is a lemon (which by most indicators it will be).

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General Discussion / Re: Nuclear Powered Subs for Australia
« Last post by AlbertM on September 17, 2021, 10:17:34 AM »
$2.8Billion down the drain.
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