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  #11  
Old March 21st, 2011, 08:42 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
Leonard Broces
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?


As NZ recently experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers
think of Australia today!


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  #12  
Old March 21st, 2011, 08:45 PM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?


[Default] On Mon, 21 Mar 2011 03:42:13 -0500, Leonard Broces
offered the following
words of wisdom:


As NZ recently experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers
think of Australia today!


On the other hand, Australia has Tropical Cyclones, destructive floods
and massive fires.

It also has deadly snakes, deadly spiders, deadly stonefish, deadly
jellyfish, dangerous crocodiles and numerous shark attacks and New
Zealand doesn't.
  #13  
Old March 23rd, 2011, 01:18 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
John H[_2_]
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.

John H
wrote in message
...

[Default] On Mon, 21 Mar 2011 03:42:13 -0500, Leonard Broces
offered the following
words of wisdom:


As NZ recently experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers
think of Australia today!


On the other hand, Australia has Tropical Cyclones, destructive floods
and massive fires.

It also has deadly snakes, deadly spiders, deadly stonefish, deadly
jellyfish, dangerous crocodiles and numerous shark attacks and New
Zealand doesn't.



  #14  
Old March 23rd, 2011, 01:28 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
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[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 11:48:42 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.


And what you want to avoid.
  #15  
Old March 23rd, 2011, 03:48 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
John H[_2_]
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?

Are you always totally negative?
If so, then perhaps better not to respond to posters on lists
Perhaps we could avoid YOU
John H

wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 11:48:42 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.


And what you want to avoid.



  #16  
Old March 23rd, 2011, 04:13 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
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[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 14:18:52 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:


wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 11:48:42 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.


And what you want to avoid.


Are you always totally negative?
If so, then perhaps better not to respond to posters on lists
Perhaps we could avoid YOU
John H


If you'd been around this newsgroup as long as I have, you'd know that
I call 'em as I see 'em. But please do feel free to avoid me. I have
little time for people who are so ignorant of Usenet that they call a
newsgroup a list and compound their ignorance of Usenet by
top-posting.

Obviously, you also failed to notice that the original question was:
"What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?" And
that I was responding to some idiot who wrote: "As NZ recently
experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers think of
Australia today!"

Sloppy English aside, was THAT a balanced, knowledgeable and plosive
reply?

Of course both OZ and NZ "have many things which are of great interest
and beauty." They also have things it would be best to avoid. That's
not being negative, it's being honest.

  #17  
Old March 23rd, 2011, 08:04 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
John H[_2_]
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?

Oh I see, you are one of those YOU MUST BOTTOM POST bleeding hearts Oh Well!
some maothers do have em!.

AND I have been around this list for a long long time, I do know of you and
you painful replies thats why I decided to answer as I did.
Call em as you see erm doesnt mean be sarcastic which your replies are
including the one to me., so I am thsu adapting your methods in this reply.
The rest of your answer to me isnt worth replying to.....PLONK

John H

wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 14:18:52 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:


wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 11:48:42 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.

And what you want to avoid.


Are you always totally negative?
If so, then perhaps better not to respond to posters on lists
Perhaps we could avoid YOU
John H


If you'd been around this newsgroup as long as I have, you'd know that
I call 'em as I see 'em. But please do feel free to avoid me. I have
little time for people who are so ignorant of Usenet that they call a
newsgroup a list and compound their ignorance of Usenet by
top-posting.

Obviously, you also failed to notice that the original question was:
"What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?" And
that I was responding to some idiot who wrote: "As NZ recently
experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers think of
Australia today!"

Sloppy English aside, was THAT a balanced, knowledgeable and plosive
reply?

Of course both OZ and NZ "have many things which are of great interest
and beauty." They also have things it would be best to avoid. That's
not being negative, it's being honest.



  #18  
Old March 23rd, 2011, 08:42 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?


[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 18:34:06 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 14:18:52 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:


wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 11:48:42 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.

And what you want to avoid.


Are you always totally negative?
If so, then perhaps better not to respond to posters on lists
Perhaps we could avoid YOU
John H


If you'd been around this newsgroup as long as I have, you'd know that
I call 'em as I see 'em. But please do feel free to avoid me. I have
little time for people who are so ignorant of Usenet that they call a
newsgroup a list and compound their ignorance of Usenet by
top-posting.

Obviously, you also failed to notice that the original question was:
"What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?" And
that I was responding to some idiot who wrote: "As NZ recently
experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers think of
Australia today!"

Sloppy English aside, was THAT a balanced, knowledgeable and plosive
reply?

Of course both OZ and NZ "have many things which are of great interest
and beauty." They also have things it would be best to avoid. That's
not being negative, it's being honest.


Oh I see, you are one of those YOU MUST BOTTOM POST bleeding hearts Oh Well!
some maothers do have em!.

AND I have been around this list for a long long time, I do know of you and
you painful replies thats why I decided to answer as I did.
Call em as you see erm doesnt mean be sarcastic which your replies are
including the one to me., so I am thsu adapting your methods in this reply.
The rest of your answer to me isnt worth replying to.....PLONK

John H


Sarcastic? I was trying my very best to be downright insulting.

Thank goodness I don't have to deal with a weak, hopeless, top-posting
whinger like you again. Now go crawl back under your rock and hide.
  #19  
Old March 25th, 2011, 11:31 AM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
A Mate
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?

No wonder usegroup is dead! So many gormless, empty individuals!


On 23/03/2011 6:42 PM, lid wrote:

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 18:34:06 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 14:18:52 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:


wrote in message
...

[Default] On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 11:48:42 +1030, "John H"
offered the following words of wisdom:

Hi,
Both those countries have many things which are of great interest and
beauty.
It depends upon what you want to see.

And what you want to avoid.

Are you always totally negative?
If so, then perhaps better not to respond to posters on lists
Perhaps we could avoid YOU
John H


If you'd been around this newsgroup as long as I have, you'd know that
I call 'em as I see 'em. But please do feel free to avoid me. I have
little time for people who are so ignorant of Usenet that they call a
newsgroup a list and compound their ignorance of Usenet by
top-posting.

Obviously, you also failed to notice that the original question was:
"What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?" And
that I was responding to some idiot who wrote: "As NZ recently
experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers think of
Australia today!"

Sloppy English aside, was THAT a balanced, knowledgeable and plosive
reply?

Of course both OZ and NZ "have many things which are of great interest
and beauty." They also have things it would be best to avoid. That's
not being negative, it's being honest.


Oh I see, you are one of those YOU MUST BOTTOM POST bleeding hearts Oh Well!
some maothers do have em!.

AND I have been around this list for a long long time, I do know of you and
you painful replies thats why I decided to answer as I did.
Call em as you see erm doesnt mean be sarcastic which your replies are
including the one to me., so I am thsu adapting your methods in this reply.
The rest of your answer to me isnt worth replying to.....PLONK

John H


Sarcastic? I was trying my very best to be downright insulting.

Thank goodness I don't have to deal with a weak, hopeless, top-posting
whinger like you again. Now go crawl back under your rock and hide.


  #20  
Old March 25th, 2011, 09:26 PM posted to rec.travel.australia+nz
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Default What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and why?


[Default] On Fri, 25 Mar 2011 21:31:51 +1000, A Mate
offered the following words of wisdom:

No wonder usegroup is dead! So many gormless, empty individuals!


Couldn't agree more ... starting with the original question and
answer:

Subject: What do you think is better - New Zealand or Australia and
why?

As NZ recently experience earthquake quiet disturbing for travelers
think of Australia today!

...
Leonard Broces
Message origin: TRAVEL.com
 




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