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Redbaron last won the day on March 4 2015

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  1. I think the line is - when a kiwi immigrates to Australia the average IQ gets raised in both countries... ie although the immigrant may be of lower IQ in NZland, (by leaving they are raising the average IQ) they are still of higher IQ than the average Aussie - hence raising the average over here... quite a clever gag... coming from an Aussie
  2. Hippy! Am I going crazy or have you made a recent comeback? One of the legendary characters I never had the pleasure to catch up with.... hope you are well! Agree on the Eden assessment - never partook but enjoyed a few beers over the road about 20 years ago - it never looked like my cup of tea, though recognise some loved it.
  3. As am I - in fact that lens (or very similar) I purchased on my last LOS trip - oh so long ago... made me look!
  4. Yeah maybe - more congestion may increase the chance of someone knowing someone else. Makes sense. Most offences like that are reported by the media so fairly easy for one inmate to spot a paedo etc without a lot of doubt. So "those types" were put into their own accommodation units, areas and there are even prisons set up for specifically that demographic. "Segregation" down here was total isolation. Ideally not done for long periods of time unless absolutely necessary - I saw a few go mad because of it. Humans not interacting with other humans is not good for the mind.
  5. In the system I worked - paedophiles definitely went to protection - women killers and rapists not all the time but it does happen probably more than half the time.
  6. Nope - met plenty of board members in Melbourne (and LOS) over the years but never Sydney - although now I seem to spend a lot of time Sydneyside - generally work related.
  7. Although out of it now, I spent a decent decade and a half working in the (male) prison system down here. This goes on a bit - and it's always women killers that want it. One has been trying for close to 20 years - and is still in a male jail, so that's something. For lack of a medical diagnosis - they are just fucked. Pure and simple. Luckily the powers that be are scared to make big decisions, or more so - scared of the consequences should they approve such a transition.
  8. Those gatherings on a Friday Night were always a good laugh and a great place to exchange stories, tips and laughs - met some absolute legends over the years. I also started in 2000. The corner bar on the 1st floor (2nd to our American friends) - Woodstock? Or was that elsewhere - For some reason I remember it did Mexican food? Then it changed to Gulliver's on Soi 7(?) and then somewhere in Cowboy. The other bar on the same floor of Nana did 100 baht all you could drink Changs, or 30B if you just wanted a couple. American owner IIRC. Great spot watching people coming and going. Still in touch with most of the original London Contingent via social media, and hopefully be able to catch up for a few frothies in a better place at some stage soon!
  9. That is some sharp camera work, is that you doing the video flash?
  10. Flat Earth believers have members all over the globe!
  11. It's an easy yes from me ...
  12. Am positive he had a passport to get in (assuming it's the same guy I'm thinking of) - but it was near 20 years ago and he may have lost it at some stage. Hoping he has some kind of support back home as the lifestyle I remember him living (granted - it was a long time ago) will be a bit different to the UK.
  13. That was often making the news back when I was living in the UK - 2000-2004. Dreadful stuff.
  14. Who was the guy years ago (like 15+ years ago) who used to frequent Chumpon? Came across as a really nice bloke, and I *think* we wither met a couple of times, or just missed out... in any case - looks a great spot!
  15. Was lucky enough to meet the great man, but only the once - a long long time ago when he was looking forward to the big move - a true gent. Rest In Peace.
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