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lisamarie96


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f*ck you North Korea 11 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
That is so dumb.
I want to read that book, it must be very good 20 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
HAHAH OMFG YOU DID NOT JUST
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Spring is dangerous in Canberra 17 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
I feel your pain.
Honey,what are you talking about? 14 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Oh wow sorry, I was cramming for an exam my bad Buddy :)
Honey,what are you talking about? 14 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Last I checked saying 'I' in a sentence is stating your own view not a fact. Not all marriages can be saved and sometimes divorce is necessary.
finally 4 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
This is not even true. If I say nothing is wrong then there is nothing fucking wrong. FFS
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ugh. Aussies, is this true? 27 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
I'm Australian and I've never called them that wtf haha
Where is our world going? 20 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
The children and innocents killed in the Middle East aren't remembered either.
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Moving quote 29 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
You're a Idiot.
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Apocalypse 124 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Holy shit, this is the most extreme case of geek flirting I've seen. It always starts with a war....
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Time makes fools of us all 17 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
How long was I asleep for?
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Apocalypse 124 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Can you guys get a room already HAHA
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Honey,what are you talking about? 14 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
They didn't criticise divorce, it's simply a personal choice.
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daaaamn 10 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
One of these pictures is not like the other.
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Visiting an older relatives house 3 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Two kinds of people ^^
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Check out this beard compilation! 15 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
Beards scare me tbh
Homemade flamethrower 10 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
Yeah that's not psychopathic at all.
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I wonder how many Americans know this... 56 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
HAHA no offense but even Australians know Florida is the retirement state :)
I wonder how many Americans know this... 56 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
Well that's exactly my point, you don't have consistent ballot systems. Not to mention the parties in powers are in charge of re distribution which keeps the door open for gerrymandering. I just think it doesn't really make for a democratic process specially in comparison with Australia.
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Not a good money strategy 28 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
Everyone on funsubstance sighs and rolls their eyes 'ahh guests'
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How to identify a British 35 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
Number 18 OMG AHAH
I'm sorry... I'm so sorry... 10 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
I literally read the massive capitalised "I READ THIS WRONG" and I still read it wrong, just wow.
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I wonder how many Americans know this... 56 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
'Pokethebear' thanks so much for your coherent response. Well in Australia we have the AEC, which is funded by the government but nobody who works in the AEC is connected in anyway to government and the money is used independent of government control. It's not actually privately controlled but it's run by civil servants and volunteers (when I turn 18 I can volunteer to count ballots etc). Australia is very interesting because our constitution is actually pretty brief and most of our political system is based on conventions that have grown over time. But it works really effectively and elections are based on the three key principles of democracy; representation, accountability and participation.
Political views 18 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
Nuclear weapons are developed for war not to save the environment. You don't need a powerful army for environmental sustainability. The only reason America is in the Middle East right now is because it benefits them. They didn't need to go into Iraq in 2003 and affect generations of children with radiation and chemical weapons. Not to mention the land which will take hundreds of years to recover. That doesn't truly reflect a powerful country wanting to make climate change an international issue of importance.
I wonder how many Americans know this... 56 comments
lisamarie96 · 7 years ago
I studied the American revolution and the creation of the new society and understand that the states feared tyranny, therefore they formed a system that would keep most things state controlled. But wouldn't it be better to have a independent statutory authority that is government funded but not government controlled? Like in Australia the AEC is completely independent. Ps: sorry for being extremely annoying with my questions, I'm a curious soul.