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July 14th, 2018 by admin

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BEWARE OF THE STAIRSIn response to Web Words (Illawarra Mercury, September 30, 2016)while discussing the use of aerial drones for shark spotting Vaughan said”with the ever increasing shark problem …. just carefully and sensibly reduce the numbers of the large predators”.
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This is hardly necessary when you consider some of the causes of fatalities in Australia (per annum) over the last decade:

That’s correct, sharks are right up there with bees in the national killing stats.You are 3000 per centmore likely to drown at the beach than be taken by a shark, yet we don’t prohibit the use of beaches.

What is all the fuss about? With a global population of 7.5 billion (increasing annually at over oneper cent) it is not as though we will run out of people any time soon.Should you be taken by a shark (or a bee) consider yourself very unlucky. But that’s life for you.

Ken McKay, Coniston

FAIR SAY FOR ALLIn reply to the letter by John Martin (“Weighing the plebiscite up”, IllawarraMercury, Tuesday, October 4, 2016), please do not misrepresent Christians and those people who support traditional marriage and the family.

It is same-sex marriage campaigners who are insulting, abusive and intimidate anyone who dares to disagree with them. A few examples are the Catholic Archbishop of Hobart taken to the Anti-Discrimination Commission for defending traditional marriage.

While a meeting of Christian opponents of same-sex marriage were bombarded with abuse and threats, forcing its cancellation.

The essential character of marriage links father and mother to child, upholding a crucial biological order and no amount of political correct rationalisation is going to change that, no matter what the gay lobby says.

Importantly, the redefinition of marriages essential character means the institution is finished which is the central goal of the same-sex marriage campaigners.

Adrian Devlin, Fairy Meadow

REFRESHING SIMPLICITYAt last a politician who tells it like it is on renewable energy.Barnaby Joyce’seloquent explanation of how the wind turbines in South Australia stopped the power being turned back on quickly was refreshing in its simplicity so that even a dullard could understand it. In fact especially a dullard.

It is amazing that wind turbines have such a dramatic and negative effect on the security ofthe power supply.

Who would have thought that the explanation was so simple. Thank you Mr Joyce for opening my eyes about how the wind turbines kept blowing out the fires in the coal fired power plants as the electricianstried to relight them and get the lights back on.

Andrew Sefton, Thirroul

AKIN TO STEALINGSo police are being called to Coles and Woolworths because customers do not see that under scanning the prices on self serve checkouts as a crime?

While I am opposed to anyone stealing anything from anyone else I do have to wonder if Coles and Woolworths see taking the jobs and income from thousands of Australians so they can make higher profits as some form of criminal act?

Or is getting things cheaper by any means available just good business when you own the companies?

I do not steal by using self serve checkouts because I refuse to use them.I want to see Australian workers remain in jobs.

Doug Steley, Heyfield

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