Climate change madness

Subject: Climate change madness
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 08:51:37 +1000

Just to set the record straight ;-)

Saying:         Hear hear


A shout of acclamation or agreement.


Originated in the British parliament in the 18th century as a contraction of 'hear him, hear him'. It is still often heard there although it is often used ironically these days.

Alan :-)

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On 30/03/2007, at 08:42 ,  wrote:

Here here!

Thanks to good old 'Aunty' for the most appropriate episode of Betty
Churcher's "Hidden Treasures" (available as a Pod Cast).

Both items.
Banknote leaves, (2nd items) very apt.
Considering all the TurnBULL   SHIT that followed.....
 still at it on 'Order In the House'!!!!!


Hidden Treasures With Betty Churcher

6:50pm Thursday, 29 Mar 2007

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