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  1. My first thought is it's random fun and not an actual player, but ๐Ÿค”?
  2. For that I'm gonna let her swoop you while you're riding alllllllllll she likes, dirty Blue roach ๐Ÿ˜‹ Meanwhile, +1 to start!! @Kaylee playyyyyy ? @Krakalakachkn does interesting = /in?
  3. Boots is gonna choose the defendants? You're either gonna be in so much trouble or in awe to the point you evolve beyond your childhood traumas ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
  4. (me too :D) But ask Dice, they say magpies are excellent judges of character, and he's the one who got repeatedly swooped and sniped! ๐Ÿ˜‚
  5. Then again... if the Maggies didn't trust you...
  6. ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ You know all I do is screech and swoop and panic about who's a real threat vs who's just some blonde villager heading to school...
  7. And me chasing butterflies around you both ๐Ÿ˜œ (Hi Krak)
  8. Cass

    Why do we love dice

    Pretty much cos he's 100% fair dinkum. (Stubborn, opinionated, Stinky Blue) heart of gold!
  9. Cass


    Yes, and I heard recently (haven't researched further so would be interested in any evidence people have) that China (who supposedly handles the majority of the world's recycling) has refused to continue to do so? Though I do think Aussies are generally pretty good at separating recyclables/non-recyclables and that plastic collection schemes will help some. The other issue is the looseness of the definition/follow through of application of "reusable" packaging... But at least there is some focus and pressure to improve waste management across general public and government levels.
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    Saw a display about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch on the weekend at a Sea Life (previously Underwater World) aquarium. 8 million tonnes of rubbish into the ocean annually is just ๐Ÿ˜ฎ ... Here in Oz reportedly only 14% of plastic is recovered for recycling/energy recovery but: - Ministers have endorsed a target of 100% of Aussie packaging to be 'recyclable, compostable or reusable' by 2025; - As of this year, all but one State/Territory have banned single- use plastic bags (Mine ๐Ÿ˜ so I still see them occasionally, but the largest supermarket and department stores don't stock them), and one chain also has a "soft plastic" collection scheme going; - Most States are introducing bottle collection stations that pay ~ $0.10 for the deposit of a recyclable, single-serve beverage container (we currently use these as generators of the kids' pocket money ๐Ÿ˜„ The last couple of initiatives (in particular) seem to have sparked a greater level of general awareness and conscientiousness about plastics in the community - I'm seeing more paper/steel straws and reusable coffee cups on circulation, for example. General recycling is handled differently by each State, but usually plastics are collected fortnightly. I've noticed Canberra/ACT in particular has designated recycling bins next to every public rubbish bin, which I found awesome. The Dept of Environment and Energy is pushing a 'voluntary phase-out of microbeads from personal care and cosmetic products', and a recent survey found 94% of supermarket and pharmacy stores were microbead free, with NO shampoos, conditioners, body washes or hand cleaners containing beads, which is also cool ๐Ÿ™‚
  11. Kayleeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!! *snuggles and chases butterflies too*
  12. Sounds fun!! Could I have access to a non-spoiled DT please? /in (@Cory Caboose)