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(CSIRO News Blog)   Australia set to launch dragon research & development program. Great. Another thing that'll try and kill me   (csironewsblog.com) divider line 3
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2014-01-09 03:36:16 AM  
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To be honest, you need to worry more about all the free-willed spirits imprisoned under Ayers Rock. Not enough people care for the Dreamtime...
2014-01-09 02:26:32 AM  
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Great Porn Dragon: Sneakernets: Nefarious: Obviously the Australian variety would be venomous and spew out clouds of poison gas instead of fire.

Honestly, I'm very surprised Australia doesn't have dragons. After all, they have every other abomination that is possible.

Dragons--being thinking, feeling, namegiving sentients--know intrinsically that Australia is a Death Continent and thus generally tend to avoid the place (ok, there's the Rainbow Serpent, but then again the RS and the traditional owners of country DO have a working agreement which makes things a bit less deadly).

Now, New Zealand on the other hand...that's a nice place.  When about the only things that can kill you are an extremely endangered relative of the redback and black widow spiders and the occasional pissed-off clan of Maori, things are looking up.  Especially compared to Australia. :D


Yeah right. NZ is full of Orcs and Wargs.
2014-01-08 10:31:42 AM  
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Sneakernets: Nefarious: Obviously the Australian variety would be venomous and spew out clouds of poison gas instead of fire.
Honestly, I'm very surprised Australia doesn't have dragons. After all, they have every other abomination that is possible.


Before I visited Australia, I genuinely thought the UV index ended at 10. First time in my life I received a sunburn while eating breakfast outside.

Forget about every single plant and animal trying to kill you... when even the sun is out for you, you know you're in a dangerous place.
 
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