But why does anyone have to make a stand to be permitted to have an opinion? We were asked our opinion on an Internet forum! I just don't understand why you're pushing your point so hard.
Not aiming this post at you, but more I think because many Australians refer to their indigenous people as 'black' that they often think it is the same thing as a black American when it is actually different. Obviously both dealing with tragic histories in American culture but dealing with different issues.
I haven't ever volunteered, save for a year on the kinder committee. I don't enjoy it. Your question is a bit ridiculous TBH, it's taking a concept, running with it to the extreme and then suggesting there's no middle ground. I've already said I'm not super passionate about it, I'm apathetic towards Australia Day, not repulsed and that my middle ground is that I simply don't "celebrate". I'm not really sure what else you want me to say. Plenty of other people have said they don't support Australia Day, maybe quote them instead, you might get an answer your looking for.
Last edited by Moxy; 25-01-2016 at 23:21.
I'm not intentionally pushing the point hard - perhaps as it's late and my views are in the minority it seems like they are being pushed?
Seriously who cares? I used to get huge bonuses for beating targets which is why I worked most public holidays. I have also worked good Friday Easter Monday etc. Who cares? I often haven't.
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