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    Quote Originally Posted by Nijntje View Post
    Even fish can kill you here, I nearly stepped on one of these buggers one day when snorkelling.



    Amazing Animal Fact: The venom of a stonefish can kill a human in two hours.
    Wasn't that fish in Blue Lagoon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Victor isn't an ENTP. He is most likely an ISFP of sorts with a whole bunch screws loose. These long winded offensive non sequitur rants are a combination of an artistic endeavor and an attempt at control of unpleasant circumstances. He creates "art" by using leaps in logic to connect various concepts and statements to arrive at a provocatory conclusion, and people's predictable negative reactions give him a sense of control over generally negative social interactions experienced in real life - i.e. "they don't shun me because I'm a broken person who is fucked in the head, they just hate me for my art".
    Very very good point Edgar.

    At the same time I must say from my experience, ISFPs aren't the paranoid ones. INFPs are.

    Also, he relates different subjects together from the least of all imaginable similarities. That screams Ne.

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    I rather enjoyed reading all of the criticisms of Windschuttle's work. And that little hoax he swallowed hook, line, sinker. Hard to take someone like that seriously at all.

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    Congrats on making the semis Australia.

    There, I said it.
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    they've gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the colour of my mind.

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    Now that we are saying positive things about Australia (I think), I would like to add that a couple of the main things which made me want to visit Australia were Midnight Oil, and Elyne Mitchell's Silver Brumby books.

    Listening to Midnight Oil while travelling through the desert to Uluru, King's Canyon, Katja Tjuta etc was one of the best experiences of my life. I didn't make it to the Snowy Mountains, though.
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    I love this country.

    This thread is embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAJ View Post
    But when I think of Iracongi, it scares me.
    Jellyfish is just part of the fun dude!

    As for South Africa, it's probably not a great idea to brag until we win against NZ.

    It's well known that Aussies can be sore losers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Now that we are saying positive things about Australia (I think), I would like to add that a couple of the main things which made me want to visit Australia were Midnight Oil, and Elyne Mitchell's Silver Brumby books.

    Listening to Midnight Oil while travelling through the desert to Uluru, King's Canyon, Katja Tjuta etc was one of the best experiences of my life. I didn't make it to the Snowy Mountains, though.
    You forgot Sam Worthington As another great Australian gift to the world.

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    Australia is awesome. So what if there are all sorts of deadly things? I'd rather see a cool deadly animal than a boring not deadly animal.

    I think it could be a great place to go exploring one day. Giant bull sharks have been found in their freshwater as well. I think that is great too.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    I would 'also' love to see how @wildcat would react to this thread and know what his perception of Victor is.

    Interesting interaction it would make. I've never seen the two of them in a same thread.

    Here kitty kitty .[/QUOTE]

    Thank you Riva. Victor is INFP.
    Very nice thread.

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