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tractorshunter

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Posted 05 Apr 2013 12:06 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

Apparently (amongst other super natural human powers that the Supeme Leader possesses) is that he doesn't defecate. ie: he's full of smeg.Wink

Posted 16 Feb 2013 11:43 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

We bought some Ozemite to try and ..............eugh!
Sorry Dick buy if you want to put competition against all of these overseas owned companies at least make sure the product tastes good. I think i ...

Problem with the Second Amendment is that it's another outdated holy book.It was great - for its time. A well-ordered citizens' militia to counter excess by government was a noble idea. When both had  ...

The Mallee has two rail lines still open exclusively for grain so why can't the mid north have the Burra line for the same purpose?The Mallee line dosn't have a perfect 110km/h well maintained main li ...

The Mallee has two rail lines still open exclusively for grain so why can't the mid north have the Burra line for the same purpose?I think that if you look closely, the problem is about four and a hal ...

The rail line to Burra goes through some of the best grain growing country in South Australia. Not only that but also a major hay growing region. There would be enough hay grown in the region to feed  ...

Posted 04 Nov 2011 18:37 in South Australia by tractorshunter

Well let's see... Without energy not much moves, without much movement there wouldn't be much transport.

OK, I'll be more specific.

Apart from the trams (and in the near future the metro trains) ...

Posted 02 Nov 2011 07:01 in South Australia by tractorshunter

"Planning" to replace "Energy" in the department's title. Is energy still part of this department or shipped off elsewhere? What does energy have to do with transport in the first place?

Idea fro ...

Posted 28 Oct 2011 10:21 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

Muppets? Try Looney Tune characters

Barnaby for Elma Fudd for a start.

Posted 28 Oct 2011 10:09 in South Australia by tractorshunter

I guess while a ship is berthed, tides can go in and out, changing depth. But a captain can time his ship's departure to match a high tide, necessitating a deeper depth at the berth than in the channe ...

Posted 28 Oct 2011 09:59 in South Australia by tractorshunter

I also seem to remember back when SACBH owned Wallaroo silos and AN closed the rail line there was rumblings within SACBH that the concrete silos at Wallaroo where rapidly becoming 'life expired' and  ...

Posted 27 Oct 2011 11:03 in South Australia by tractorshunter

AWB did have a bit of a sniff with Myponie Point about ten years ago but it was shelved. However since then Cargill have acquired AWB. Cargill is the world's largest company in grain business and woul ...

Posted 27 Oct 2011 08:32 in South Australia by tractorshunter

Thanks Espy, my info comes from a resident at Wallaroo who I know. From the look of things a lot more of the rail infrastructure in Wallaroo could disappear as the council only have to leave a rail co ...

Posted 26 Oct 2011 07:58 in South Australia by tractorshunter

Track owned by GWA silo's by AWB.

Sorry wrong on both counts. Track owned by DTEI, silos owned by Viterra.

AWB's are further north at Crystal Brook.

Posted 23 Oct 2011 11:00 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

Aaron... what risk? We-pay-the-CEO-more-therefore-the-planes-are-safer.

I thought this dispute involved engineers not just baggage handlers. The engineers and pilots make the planes safe not the CE ...

Posted 23 Oct 2011 00:12 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

What exactly are they protesting about? Greed? Greedy companies?

As much as it I don't like saying it we have to admit our banking system has stood up to some serious pressure while overseas banks  ...

Posted 20 Oct 2011 16:39 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

In South Australia Channel Nine are dumping 2 of its key newsreaders. Georgina McGuiness and Michael Smyth due to poor ratings.

McGuiness is reported to be most upset by the decision after being ther ...

Posted 14 Oct 2011 22:43 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

Now the pilots are backing the baggage handlers and engineers.

Their subsidary Jetstar are now getting in the act.

Looks like it going to stay ugly for a long time.

Is this what a CEO needs t ...

Posted 14 Oct 2011 22:14 in South Australia by tractorshunter

The Wallaroo turntable is now isolated.

Chatfield Tce has been remade south of the jetty and and its intersection with Abraham Rydeberg Drive (where an old level crossing existed) has had the rail  ...

Thanks for clearing that up.

Aren't these putrescible waste dumps ideal for biomass energy production?

I thought that methane emissions were the major issue for landfills ,not CO2.

Quoted from the Clean Green Energy Future website:

Here's the top 500 companies paying the tax

•around 60 are primarily involved in electricity generation

•around 100 are primarily involved i ...

Posted 10 Oct 2011 14:17 in South Australia by tractorshunter

Extend the tram from Port Adelaide to Gillman!!

Lets get that Multi Function Polis up and running again  Laughing

Posted 10 Oct 2011 14:05 in South Australia by tractorshunter

Don't you just love dreamy individuals once they get into government coming up with ideas like this?  

We all have our own ideas how we would like to spend public money for Adelaide and SA in gener ...

Posted 10 Oct 2011 09:47 in The Lounge by tractorshunter

With the introduction of the safety car the winning margins have always been reduced simply because whenever the safety car pulls off it is basically a new race with a rolling start like Nascar.

Oft ...

We hope sooner than later

All metro upgraded and electrified (except Belair)

Seaford extension complete

Tram to Semaphore complete.

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