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One final untruth of yours to correct, Frank. You are not safer outside of the cities. The rate
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Yes Frank, peace loving. Some facts. In the US, the rate of gun deaths is 10 people per 100k.
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You are a very imaginative reader, aren't you Cam, to be able to interpret all that from my
WHEN it comes to picking the perfect pork product, it seems Queensland is the place to be.15 Dec 14 WHEN it comes to picking the perfect pork product, it seems Queensland is the place to be.
IT may be a virtual cliff but it's very real to James Walker of Longreach. The precipice of debt that has so many in western Queensland clinging by their fingertips is driving him to extraordinary lengths to tease out answers to the growing debt burden facing many trying to keep their cattle and sheep enterprises afloat.08 Dec 14 IT may be a virtual cliff but it's very real to James Walker of Longreach. The precipice of debt that has so many in...