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I can't believe this guys luck, check it out Shock

http://break.com/index/a-very-lucky-day1.html

     
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OMG!!!
that's not normal, I want that mustang SO BAD Big Smile
and then he hits those 1000$ 2X!! what are the odds of that Big Smile. woow I wish I won that all on an evening.

     
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He took down 1 scooter, 1 Mustang, 1 Dodge and 79.897$ Shock Shock Shock

But hey it was his birthday Tongue

     
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thats bloody madness

     
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thats the best run i seen in ages.wow.the luckiest man.good on him.happpy birthday to you.unbelieveable. Worship Big Smile

     
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F**k me, thats all i got.

     
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Crazy huh?? Bet it was 1 of his best birthdays Agree

     
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yeah, he was a typical yank as well full of beans, hes 3,7 off suit would beat my pkt As anyday.

     
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Posted by intentcity4:
yeah, he was a typical yank as well full of beans, hes 3,7 off suit would beat my pkt As anyday.


Haha I love you aussies allways great humor Smile

     
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LOL! Big Smile

     
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Posted by M3turbo:
Posted by intentcity4:
yeah, he was a typical yank as well full of beans, hes 3,7 off suit would beat my pkt As anyday.


Haha I love you aussies allways great humor Smile


Yeh my dad's brother went overthere back in the 60's I think as one of the "Ten Pound POM's" and loved it there.

     
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Posted by M3turbo:
I can't believe this guys luck, check it out Shock

http://break.com/index/a-very-lucky-day1.html

Holy sh...t!
Damn im jelous Smile

     
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thats bloody madness Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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Posted by dunotra:
Posted by M3turbo:
Posted by intentcity4:
yeah, he was a typical yank as well full of beans, hes 3,7 off suit would beat my pkt As anyday.


Haha I love you aussies allways great humor Smile


Yeh my dad's brother went overthere back in the 60's I think as one of the "Ten Pound POM's" and loved it there.


just going of sujbet for a moment just incase you don't know what a ten pound POM is...


Ten Pound Poms
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ten Pound Poms aka Ten Pound Tourists is a colloquial term used in Australia to describe British subjects who migrated to Australia after the Second World War under an assisted passage scheme established and operated by the Australian Government. The program attracted over one million British migrants between 1945 and 1972 and represented the last substantial scheme for preferential migration from Britain to Australia. One of the most famous Ten Pound Poms was Immigration Minister Al Grassby, who migrated from England, even though he was actually born in Australia to an Irish mother and Spanish father.

Though in common use, the term "Ten Pound Pom" is inaccurate, as the scheme was not limited to migrants from the United Kingdom the usual meaning of "pom". In fact, most British subjects were eligible and, at the time, that included not only those from Great Britain , but also residents of British colonies such as Malta and Cyprus. Citizens of the Republic of Ireland born before 1949 were eligible as they too were British citizens.

Created as part of the "Populate or Perish" policy, the scheme was designed to substantially increase the population of Australia and to supply workers for the country's booming industries. In return for subsidising the cost of travelling to Australia — adult migrants were only charged £10 for the fare, hence the name, and children were allowed to travel for free — the Government promised employment prospects, housing and a generally more optimistic lifestyle. However, on arrival, migrants were placed in basic hostels and the expected job opportunities were not always readily available.

Assisted migrants were generally obliged to remain in Australia for two years after arrival, or alternatively refund the cost of their assisted passage. If they chose to travel back to Britain, the cost of the journey was at least £120, a large sum in those days and one that most could not afford. It was also possible for many British persons to migrate to Australia on a non-assisted basis before the early 1970s, though most travelled as Ten Pounders. This was part of the wider White Australia Policy.

Prior to 1 December 1973, migrants to Australia from Commonwealth countries were eligible to apply for Australian citizenship after one year's residence in Australia. In 1973 the residence requirement was extended to three years, reduced to two years in November 1984. However, relatively few British migrants — compared to other postwar arrivals, such as Italians, Greeks and Turks — took up Australian citizenship. Consequently, many lost their Australian resident status later on, usually through leaving Australia.

Australia also operated schemes to assist selected migrants from other countries, notably Italy, Greece, West Germany and Turkey.

     
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Posted by dunotra:
Posted by dunotra:
Posted by M3turbo:
Posted by intentcity4:
yeah, he was a typical yank as well full of beans, hes 3,7 off suit would beat my pkt As anyday.


Haha I love you aussies allways great humor Smile


Yeh my dad's brother went overthere back in the 60's I think as one of the "Ten Pound POM's" and loved it there.


just going of sujbet for a moment just incase you don't know what a ten pound POM is...


Ten Pound Poms
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ten Pound Poms aka Ten Pound Tourists is a colloquial term used in Australia to describe British subjects who migrated to Australia after the Second World War under an assisted passage scheme established and operated by the Australian Government. The program attracted over one million British migrants between 1945 and 1972 and represented the last substantial scheme for preferential migration from Britain to Australia. One of the most famous Ten Pound Poms was Immigration Minister Al Grassby, who migrated from England, even though he was actually born in Australia to an Irish mother and Spanish father.

Though in common use, the term "Ten Pound Pom" is inaccurate, as the scheme was not limited to migrants from the United Kingdom the usual meaning of "pom". In fact, most British subjects were eligible and, at the time, that included not only those from Great Britain , but also residents of British colonies such as Malta and Cyprus. Citizens of the Republic of Ireland born before 1949 were eligible as they too were British citizens.

Created as part of the "Populate or Perish" policy, the scheme was designed to substantially increase the population of Australia and to supply workers for the country's booming industries. In return for subsidising the cost of travelling to Australia � adult migrants were only charged �10 for the fare, hence the name, and children were allowed to travel for free � the Government promised employment prospects, housing and a generally more optimistic lifestyle. However, on arrival, migrants were placed in basic hostels and the expected job opportunities were not always readily available.

Assisted migrants were generally obliged to remain in Australia for two years after arrival, or alternatively refund the cost of their assisted passage. If they chose to travel back to Britain, the cost of the journey was at least �120, a large sum in those days and one that most could not afford. It was also possible for many British persons to migrate to Australia on a non-assisted basis before the early 1970s, though most travelled as Ten Pounders. This was part of the wider White Australia Policy.

Prior to 1 December 1973, migrants to Australia from Commonwealth countries were eligible to apply for Australian citizenship after one year's residence in Australia. In 1973 the residence requirement was extended to three years, reduced to two years in November 1984. However, relatively few British migrants � compared to other postwar arrivals, such as Italians, Greeks and Turks � took up Australian citizenship. Consequently, many lost their Australian resident status later on, usually through leaving Australia.

Australia also operated schemes to assist selected migrants from other countries, notably Italy, Greece, West Germany and Turkey.


shytt i almost died reading this story pretty long huh nice insight though on the helpful aussies
dont u just love usss
Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
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Perhaps a link would have been smarter Tongue

edit: but ty for info Smile

     
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Lol! How lucky can you be? That guy should play on the lotto and euromillions!

     
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i think he"s used up all the luck he"s ever going to get, and then some.

     
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