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What do you want to know when you're overseas

Beitrag von Mandy - Melb office » 23 Mai 2007 04:20

Hey Guys,

Each year we try and do a weekly update for you on footy scores, who was kicked out of Big Brother, important news articles etc etc.

WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO HEAR ABOUT?

Also, feel free to send us postcards - we love to hear your stories and they look great on our wall.

If you have time send us a short story that we can maybe pop up on our website or a great camp or after camp photo - you never know we might pop it in our brochure, poster, website or something else.

Have a great summer!

Cheers,
Mandy
Melbourne office

 
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Beitrag von Nath » 24 Mai 2007 00:27

Hey Mandy...

I would love to hear AFL scores and news.... for example - best players, goals kickers and a weekly update on the latest West Coast Eagles player/buffoon to break the law or do something stupid.

An update on all the big Aussie news stories would be great also.

Will be sure to keep in touch and hopefully send a couple photos your way.

Thanks a million

Nathan

 
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Beitrag von drewvictor » 24 Mai 2007 02:54

Yeh, that Kerr bump was not worth 2 weeks...

Damn now he is outta the Brownlow race...

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Beitrag von ta.porter@hotmail.com » 24 Mai 2007 04:03

The date of the national elections!! How are we going to vote?

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Beitrag von Anja » 24 Mai 2007 08:11

Can you vote by mail?
That's the way to do it in Germany if you are on vacation or other.
My (tiny) town even had a link to get the stuff send to you on their website - worked well :)
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Beitrag von mattyb » 24 Mai 2007 08:20

word on the drought...and how much rain we are getting!
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Beitrag von Dan ghouly » 24 Mai 2007 09:08

i would liek to just hear general news and sports info. but if anything about big brother is on it i will offically quit the camp americ program in disugust. lol. jks.

yeh footy scores, whats been happening on chasers war. pretty much all i care about lol.
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Beitrag von Dumbass_surfer89 » 24 Mai 2007 14:21

haha as if u want to vote. i havent had to yet. its been great pollitics arent my thing.

nrl scores.. ooo can you do my tips for me aswell ill split the winnings i swear. haha
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Beitrag von ta.porter@hotmail.com » 25 Mai 2007 01:18

Actually, i think that we can just go to the Aus Embassy to vote. That's what someone told me, anyway. Seven days to go!! :D

 
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Beitrag von drewvictor » 25 Mai 2007 03:17

I was never into politics, much to the annoyance of my Labor-oriented mates.. Then I heard that radio ad saying broadband speends in Australia, under the Howard government, are some of the slowest in the world.. In a nutshell, vote Labor to get faster broadband.

Thats all I needed to hear... Stupid slow broadband..
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Beitrag von Tessa » 25 Mai 2007 05:23

NOT BIG BROTHER



or i might die..



just kidding.but seriously.
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Beitrag von Joelb » 25 Mai 2007 09:19

Info on how the Wallabies are doing in the Tri Nations!
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Beitrag von Lewy » 25 Mai 2007 10:02

Rugby League - State of Origin 3 result would be good.

 
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Beitrag von Joelb » 25 Mai 2007 13:58

Lewy we all know that QLD will win :P :lol:
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Beitrag von Dumbass_surfer89 » 25 Mai 2007 17:40

hahah go qld!!!!!!
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Beitrag von Kismet » 01 Jun 2007 05:41

geez all these people who want to know about footy or BB !!! its as though there is nothing worth living for lol

anyway updates on events in the news like if there are tsunami's or cyclones or a big freeze anything improtant like that

and yeah an update on the election date would be great cause i dont wanna get fined for not voting ....
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Beitrag von Margeaux88 » 04 Jun 2007 12:49

ta.porter@hotmail.com hat geschrieben:The date of the national elections!! How are we going to vote?


for shiz dawg...don't worry they won't be for a good 5-6 months.
even if old johnny FINALLY announces a day...there has to be at least 30 (or something) days before...by Law...to campaign.
so you'll have HEAPS of warning
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Beitrag von nils~ » 17 Okt 2007 16:27

Why just not using the internet ? Especially sports related infos should be easy to get...Bigger camps should have internet access, usually!


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