Well obviously I am in Australia, I had my first response to one of my hubs from Chicago this week on a commercial level.
It would ve great if we could get more social interaction going and so if you know anyone here in the land of OZ please tell them to get on Hub and write about their passions/interest/knowledge/politics any thing but religion. Our politics for example seem to be closely linked with the US and our dollar.
Now what to cook for dinner?
Sneaker you are a very naughty boy!! Australians have the best and strongest beer in the world! Just ask us.
I'm going to put that to the test in 2 and a half weeks!
Sydney/Melbourne, here I come!
An American calling someone else's beer weak?
Here in San Diego, we have Pizza Port, which brews many 10.5% Alcohol Content beers. Not all American beer is weak.
Wow, that is real beer! I think we will have it in Melbourne and Sydney though, we do bring in all the worlds beers. Australians are big beer drinkers.
Are we playing the word association game here?? How come when anyone mentions Aussies, the subject immediately turns to beer????
Hi Linda H, Aussies are great, specially my Gladiator and Wolverine, i have a tribute to Aussies here..
http://hubpages.com/hub/Amazing-Austral … down-under
What Most of you guys don't realise is: Behind nearly every good Aussi.... Is a Kiwi!!
But they will never admit to that, nor that they drink more Kiwi Beers than we do
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by salt 11 years ago
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by saleheensblog 11 years ago
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