Originally posted by Fathom
Originally posted by mattguy404
I'm certainly outgunned in that regard, as I gave up my right to own a gun as I still can't find a logical reason to own one as a grown
you obviously haven't had a rattler come up on you in your backyard? or an alligator creep up to your front porch?
or had anyone break into your house while you were sleeping?
Australia must be such a safe place...
Have you Fathom?
Has a rattler come up on you in your backyard? or an alligator creep up to your front porch?
Or had anyone break into your house while you were sleeping ?
I'm interested to hear these stories.
Because in my 26 years I spent in Australia I never experienced such a thing. Nor has anyone I know, from 1 yrs old to 98 yrs old, experienced any of
Don't expect I, or anyone I know to either. What compelled you to ask these questions ?
I have traveled most of the world, USA, Asia, Middle East etc... and I just today got my visa for the places in Europe I plan to head to very soon.
I still wish to travel to Canada and would love to experience other cultures in Africa etc ...
So where in Australia have you lived to know what you know Fathom?
I expect your passport to put mine to shame given your opinions offered here.
I never lived in 'the Outback' though, did you to experience such horrors ?
Originally posted by mattguy404 For some reason, some Americans take criticism, especially if its wrapped in sarcasm, as a call to
This is nothing new. Expect it any time you offer up ANYTHING
And I see no reason, and never have in all my existence living in Australia to own a gun. Even with the infamous "Underground" murders that took
place not even 20 minutes from my family home in Melbourne.
And I plan to raise my family there and retire there.
I'm not sure how it is in other cities in Australia, and I don't entirely agree with giving up our rights to carry as we have been told to, but in
my experience, we don't even need em
We'll see what the future holds aye ? lol
[edit on 7-10-2008 by ImJaded]