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    My Mum is considering having another baby when the LNPs scheme is introduced.

    She was rather miffed when I pointed out that she wasn't a woman of calibre so she would get close to nothing.

    Pitty, I always wanted a little brother or sister.

    (My mother is 82 and on the aged pension.)

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    Default A good thing to come out of this election is......

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    I love Ron

    Ron Burgundy for PM!!


    PS. I'm not surprised to find this spelling mistake on a parenting forum, but the party is spelt "Labor". The birthing process is labour hehe
    From Wikipedia:

    "The Australian Labor Party (also ALP and Labor, was Labour before 1912) is an Australian political party."

    I figure if we're going back in time anyway, I'm going right back to the early 1900s ;-)

    In any case, they mean the same, Labor is American English and Labour is British English. I have no idea why the ALP use American English.

    (I do stand corrected though, given the ALP use the American spelling then that's how they should be referred to.)
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    It's Labor, not Labour. FFS - I'm stunned by how many people seem to not know this.

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    She could adopt?
    I think her age might count against her.


 

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