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Kidding, right?
You think the ABC has no political bias, I can tell...
Countless inquiries into the ABC, most of them instigated by the right wing of politics, have found no evidence of serious bias. At least one even found a slight bias to the right. Why do you people persist with this horseschitte?
 

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Countless inquiries into the ABC, most of them instigated by the right wing of politics, have found no evidence of serious bias. At least one even found a slight bias to the right. Why do you people persist with this horseschitte?
Their political editors are biased, like everyone else on this planet. You're in denial if you think otherwise...

Just scroll through their twitter feeds and it's obvious.
 

SBD Gonzalez

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Kidding, right?
Their political editors are biased, like everyone else on this planet. You're in denial if you think otherwise...

Just scroll through their twitter feeds and it's obvious.
OK, so all those parliamentary enquiries commissioned by the ABC haters in the Coalition got it wrong.

I believe the technical term for your approach is known as pissing against the wind.
 

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Countless inquiries into the ABC, most of them instigated by the right wing of politics, have found no evidence of serious bias. At least one even found a slight bias to the right. Why do you people persist with this horseschitte?
ABC have a requirement to be factual in a post-fact world. In the modern era that is somehow seen as an attack on the right.
 

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OK why don't you put it to a poll?

Just remember people are accepting lockdown out of necessity .

Oh and try not to be so dramatic, you'll live longer. Seems you haven't had your lie down, bit a green tea should do the trick.
Why do we need a poll?

Did you not notice that people stayed inside?

Did you not see the foot traffic count from CCTV cameras in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane?

But I get it, your argument needs drama so you confect it.
 

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You just reminded me why I put you on ignore. You're an ideological whinging f-wit with no self-awareness. Good for a laugh though.
The proposition that I reminded you when you were ignoring me is completely illogical.

Really, what you're saying is that you triggered yourself.
You poor thing.
 

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Why do we need a poll?

Did you not notice that people stayed inside?

Did you not see the foot traffic count from CCTV cameras in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane?

But I get it, your argument needs drama so you confect it.
Lol. There's so much wrong with this post, one would not know where to start.

People stayed inside for what reason exactly? Oh that's right because it was necessary you do know the meaning of that word yes? It does not correlate with voluntarily - the way you're portraying it.

But I get it, somehow I'm the dramatic one when it's you who has been throwing salt everywhere throughout this whole discussion.

So yeah continue throwing up lockdown is popular as an emotional argument, or you could put it to a poll to prove yourself.

Your choice.
 

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Lol. There's so much wrong with this post, one would not know where to start.

People stayed inside for what reason exactly? Oh that's right because it was necessary you do know the meaning of that word yes? It does not correlate with voluntarily - the way you're portraying it.

But I get it, somehow I'm the dramatic one when it's you who has been throwing salt everywhere throughout this whole discussion.

So yeah continue throwing up lockdown is popular as an emotional argument, or you could put it to a poll to prove yourself.

Your choice.

Maybe your dictionary has different meaning for popular?
Or maybe your saltiness is affecting your cognitive abilities?

Cheer up. You've got Dan the Man in charge & he is doing a splendid job. Such a good job is Dan the Man doing that he is even making Scumho look good.




Brits
... nine out of 10 people support the lockdown

Scots
Of the 12,880 people that voted, 12,375 (96%) said they are happy with the measures and believe remaining in lockdown is necessary.


Yanks
...people in the United States largely believe that restrictions on social interaction to curb the spread of the virus are appropriate.
Only 12 percent of Americans say the measures where they live go too far. About twice as many people, 26 percent, believe the limits do not go far enough. The majority of Americans - 61 percent - feel the steps taken by government officials to prevent infections of COVID-19 in their area are about right.


Italianos
90 percent of people in Italy support strict social distancing measures, which include a ban on any movement inside the country and closure of non-essential businesses..


Spaniards
...88 percent of people support the government's rules

Frenchies
French government won approval from 87 percent of those polled.


Saffers

A total of 84 percent of South Africans agree that a total lockdown was the correct measure given the risks of the COVID-19 epidemic


Germans
88 percent of Germans think the current lockdown measures (which vary by state) are correct.

Brazilians
Brazilians initially supported nationwide social isolation measures by wide margins

Kiwis
93 per cent of Kiwis said they would support a lockdown

 

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Maybe your dictionary has different meaning for popular?
Or maybe your saltiness is affecting your cognitive abilities?

Cheer up. You've got Dan the Man in charge & he is doing a splendid job. Such a good job is Dan the Man doing that he is even making Scumho look good.




Brits
... nine out of 10 people support the lockdown

Scots
Of the 12,880 people that voted, 12,375 (96%) said they are happy with the measures and believe remaining in lockdown is necessary.


Yanks
...people in the United States largely believe that restrictions on social interaction to curb the spread of the virus are appropriate.
Only 12 percent of Americans say the measures where they live go too far. About twice as many people, 26 percent, believe the limits do not go far enough. The majority of Americans - 61 percent - feel the steps taken by government officials to prevent infections of COVID-19 in their area are about right.


Italianos
90 percent of people in Italy support strict social distancing measures, which include a ban on any movement inside the country and closure of non-essential businesses..


Spaniards
...88 percent of people support the government's rules

Frenchies
French government won approval from 87 percent of those polled.


Saffers

A total of 84 percent of South Africans agree that a total lockdown was the correct measure given the risks of the COVID-19 epidemic


Germans
88 percent of Germans think the current lockdown measures (which vary by state) are correct.

Brazilians
Brazilians initially supported nationwide social isolation measures by wide margins

Kiwis
93 per cent of Kiwis said they would support a lockdown
What are you 5? Everyone supports because it's NECESSARY!! if you can't comprehend it's not voluntary than I can't help you.

We're done here.
 

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What are you 5? Everyone supports because it's NECESSARY!! if you can't comprehend it's not voluntary than I can't help you.

We're done here.
Did you remember what you wrote 2 posts ago?

So yeah continue throwing up lockdown is popular as an emotional argument, or you could put it to a poll to prove yourself.

Your choice.
Your own words
"everyone supports" ... but that doesn't make it popular?
How do you measure popularity?



or you could put it to a poll to prove yourself.

Your choice.
10 polls not enough for you?
 

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Their political editors are biased, like everyone else on this planet. You're in denial if you think otherwise...

Just scroll through their twitter feeds and it's obvious.
Programs on the ABC are considered highbrow and often go over the heads of many conservative types.
This causes them much frustration and anger as they consider themselves superior to everyone else.
This leads to them lashing out and calls of bias - if they can't enjoy it, then no one should be allowed to.
 

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Programs on the ABC are considered highbrow and often go over the heads of many conservative types.
This causes them much frustration and anger as they consider themselves superior to everyone else.
This leads to them lashing out and calls of bias - if they can't enjoy it, then no one should be allowed to.

Play School is far too much for most conservatives to understand. And it's all uphill for them from there.
 

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It started with deadshit Piers Akerman.

It is very, very rare that something legitimately makes me laugh out loud, but that article by Piers (which was linked) was genuinely hilarious.

Peppa Pig. Peppa ******* pig. I'd get it if they were taking a moralistic stand on Into the Night Garden promoting drug culture (if that ******* show makes sense when you're not high, I'll eat my shoes) but Peppa Pig?

I'm still giggling about it. Peppa Pig. Hilarious.
 

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Kidding, right?
It is very, very rare that something legitimately makes me laugh out loud, but that article by Piers (which was linked) was genuinely hilarious.

Peppa Pig. Peppa ******* pig. I'd get it if they were taking a moralistic stand on Into the Night Garden promoting drug culture (if that ******* show makes sense when you're not high, I'll eat my shoes) but Peppa Pig?

I'm still giggling about it. Peppa Pig. Hilarious.
Yet again, Ruth is stranger than Richard.
 

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