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Rupert Murdoch: Australian Election Wasn't Decided by News Corp

There are 106 comments on the Hollywood Reporter story from Sep 9, 2013, titled Rupert Murdoch: Australian Election Wasn't Decided by News Corp. In it, Hollywood Reporter reports that:

The conservative coalition supported by the mogul's papers was swept into office, but Wikileaks founder Julian Assange failed in his Senate bid.

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“REFUSE ALL IMITATIONS!!”

Since: Jan 11

Australia

#104 Sep 13, 2013
Ahomana wrote:
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Actually I didn't want to correct it but it has been misrepresented twice here, Marie Antoinette NEVER SAID let them eat cake, that is a myth....it was said much earlier by another Marie, Marie Therese, wife of an earlier king Louis the sixteenth, at least that is how I remember it.
Actually I find all this highly amusing. There was I offering a rare moment of playful levity (and even introduced it accordingly) yet stern Pandemonium breaks out!!

I now feel like the mischievous little boy who empties a bottle of pink detergent into a City Square fountain and runs off snickering into the night. Morning TV News footage of the CBD buried under a mountain of quivering pink foam is undeservedly rewarding. LMAO!!

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#105 Sep 13, 2013
The ADELAIDEAN wrote:
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Actually I find all this highly amusing. There was I offering a rare moment of playful levity (and even introduced it accordingly) yet stern Pandemonium breaks out!!
I now feel like the mischievous little boy who empties a bottle of pink detergent into a City Square fountain and runs off snickering into the night. Morning TV News footage of the CBD buried under a mountain of quivering pink foam is undeservedly rewarding. LMAO!!
I challenge everyone here to put concentrated bubble bath in public fountains world wide .

“REFUSE ALL IMITATIONS!!”

Since: Jan 11

Australia

#106 Sep 13, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
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I challenge everyone here to put concentrated bubble bath in public fountains world wide .
That conjures up images that are foamidable!:)

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#107 Sep 13, 2013
The ADELAIDEAN wrote:
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That conjures up images that are foamidable!:)
Foamidable indeed especially with nice smelling bubbles foaming forth away from the fountain.

Since: Apr 11

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#108 Sep 13, 2013
Flynn_2615 wrote:
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History is an exact science.
You're wrong year 10 educated nerd boy
Wrong stalker. Math is an exact science, history is not.

Since: Dec 10

Adelaide, Australia

#109 Sep 13, 2013
Flynn_2615 wrote:
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The saying; " let them eat cake " gets misrepresented by most uneducated people.
In my post I said the only thing that the Adelaide nerd got right was the saying was ATTRIBUTED to Marie Antoinette.
You failed to put the word "falsely" in front of attributed which is seen as a aver to the myth.

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