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Who am I? Sailed form Europe and discovered Australia, and there was a Mr Cook standing right beside me as we entered Melbourne port. As it turned out this Cook (unlike the capatin) was a very valuable person in the community being French trained, as the inhabitants of Auss had a bland diet steak+chips, steak+chips, steak+chips and for variety chip+steak....oh no I lie chips+fish, fish+chips. So a French trained Cook made a tastier life to live. Cook while not a Captain was I believe a Seargent, who ended up on the Russian front because he wanted everyone to appreciate red wine, trouble was the black market was a Reich no no, cause the elite could miss out so Russian him to the front, my dad.

We Europeans landed only to be sent to a secure compound, called Bonegilla, and educated in eating steak+chips, and sometimes fish+chips. We found a place in a land called Tasmaina, natures wonder land. Steak+ chips followed and try as Cook might French fillet was out, fillet was un-Australian as the French and British faught to make this land their own after all it was unoccupied.

The indigenous were better placed in the taste stakes as, kangaroo, crocodile and emus were ok once you learnt how to cook them. It took us years to find any of them to find out how to treat wildlife in the pan, its as if they had vanished, which they had in Tasmania with the help of steak and chips occupiers.

Then came the Labour government, good on them as they introduced free education, give the poor and underprivileged something to think about. And we did better food!! Na a privileged free education is the best, and it became a life long part-time occupation, so so much to get to know, turned the underprivileged into the present tweet generation. Tweeting gained us better chips but left us with same old, same old very expensive education fees and a poorer next generation. Food for thought??

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