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GORT-KLAATU

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First of all, starting this thread is not simply to promote or encourage gambling.

For those of you who already take a regular punt or occasional punt on the lottery draws (Tattersalls, Intralot,  ...

Posted 10 Mar 2012 17:52 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

I like the new meal deals, I can now buy a Sausage McMuffin in the morning on the way to work for only $1. Pretty sweet value if you ask me. I wasn't suprised at how there is a limite per customer per ...

Posted 26 Jan 2012 02:59 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

.... I'm still uncomfortable eating with my hands, and I ab-so-lut-ely refuse to eat in my car like some of the cultural hoodlums I see there, but other than that, a general thumps up for Maccas. I  ...

I have recently discovered a little known television comedy series from a few years ago commissioned by the ABC titled 'Review With Myles Barlow' about a critic who reviews anything avd everything i ...

Posted 25 Jan 2012 00:44 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

I am open about my current job occupation. I work as an administrator for a medium-sized law firm in the CBD and I currently earn around $32,000 excluding overtime, bonuses, etc.And how about you, ...

Posted 25 Jan 2012 00:35 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

Ordering something "special" or "different" may take a little longer to get, but also ensures it's made fresh ;)HJ's always used to advertise that you could "customise" your burger to your own taste.  ...

Posted 24 Jan 2012 12:58 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

We all love an occassional treat, don't we? Despite the negative advertisements and obsesity crisis, I still enjoy eating at McDonald's occassionally despite the urban myths about the nutritional valu ...

Suprisingly, not many people seem to be aware of this unless you travel frequently to Sunbury or have ever travelled to Sunbury more than once by train or checked the V/Line website.I think pretty muc ...

I used to see Authorised Officers wearing orange fluorescent safety vests just like other Metro employees and their predecessors Connex did before them. Yet lately as I have been travelling on train ...

....Although safety may decline due to the absence of the conductor; I have been on late night Geelong services where I've been thankful that the conductor (more recently I've been seeing AO's too) ha ...

Just thought this might be worth commenting on. I enjoy travelling to Sunbury on the V/Line from Watergardens and it really is good value purchasing a cheap Zone 2 Metcard and being able to travel fur ...

Posted 18 Jan 2012 19:37 in Melbourne suburban by GORT-KLAATU

Thanks anyway.Sincerely, "Congenital moron" (as described by one member).GORT.

Posted 17 Jan 2012 01:34 in Melbourne suburban by GORT-KLAATU

This is something that has sparked my curiosity for quite a while, so it is worth starting a thread on the subject. I find whenever I am in a Metro train carriage the scent inside the carriage has a v ...

*Please bump if I have posted this thread in the wrong place.*I have a question regarding the V/Line N Class and A Class locomotive fleet. For some time now the introduction of VLocity diesel mult ...

I sense an unusual amount of bulls**t and dribble here... :roll:It is definitely all true. they had to dig all the cable up and relay it...next problem is the platform at Diggers RestCan we still exp ...

Is anyone aware if there is a 'plan' for other stations (besides City Loop, Flinders Street, Southern Cross and Richmond ) to also have flat screen plasm PIDs installed to replace existing Metlink LE ...

I want to find out if Metro or the State Government still owns railway station sites after they have long been decommissioned. I want to access the platform of the old St Albans railway station locate ...

There's only 2 Hitachis left in service now, and those will be going back to their owners soon.  Enjoy them while they're still around Smile
Ah, that is suprising to hear though I have noticed ...

There's only 2 Hitachis left in service now, and those will be going back to their owners soon.  Enjoy them while they're still around Smile
Ah, that is suprising to hear though I have noticed les ...

Posted 05 Jan 2012 13:48 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

 

I'm one but if you think its what you see on the TV show RECRUITS or Medical Emergency then you may want to think about something different like nursing and if its only for "riding around in one ...

Posted 04 Jan 2012 19:40 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

I've spent many hours with ambos, both at the pointy end (at the scene of car crashes, suicides, farm accidents and the like) and in social situations. The job demands an inner strength and determin ...

Posted 04 Jan 2012 01:05 in Melbourne suburban by GORT-KLAATU

Is it impossible for members of the public to access the Newport Railway Workshops or can good photos be taken from certain vantage points still on public land

A few years ago i was walking to Newp ...

Posted 04 Jan 2012 00:59 in The Lounge by GORT-KLAATU

If anyone is a Paramedic or if you happen to know somebody who is a Paramedic, do you think it is a career worth going for?

I have been considering going back to Uni to do the course but I just don' ...

Posted 03 Jan 2012 17:44 in Melbourne suburban by GORT-KLAATU

The Belgrave line is pretty ok from Flinders st might get a bit strange after 9pm but the Sydenham not to bad in the morning although can be very busy most of the time.

I am going to do from Sydenh ...

Posted 03 Jan 2012 16:04 in Melbourne suburban by GORT-KLAATU

...Possession of a valid ticket does not give you any right to remain unduly long on railway premises as it only confers the travel for which it is validated and is not an all-day open-access permit ...

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