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Ken Anderson
Eventually people will feel no obligation to respect a society that does not respect them.
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Ken Anderson 2h
How credible are adults when they think it is ok for world to be run by sociopaths and bullies.
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💧 duncan storrar 8h
im one of the 100k ple that will starve to death before excepting help from that mob ill die in the gutter rather then ever be in thier care again
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Ken Anderson 8h
I wonder where the person who made the decision to ban them from the school prom was educated,
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Courage Foundation Jun 25
Replying to @couragefound
“Politicians and the courts, who knowingly put Julian Assange in mortal danger by sending him to the USA, will be excoriated for not defending the freedom of the press." - Filmmaker Ken Loach
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#ClimateEmergency Peter 15h
This bloke Julian Assange wins EU journalism award via
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💧 duncan storrar 9h
“If people want to see a boost to Newstart, they have to convince the government.” this is the statement that that means ill push labors barrow again ... you have abandoned the children of your past for the middle-class and upper class FUCK YOU ALL
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Defend Assange Campaign 13h
SIde Event at the 41st session of the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday: "The Arbitrary Detention and Torture of Julian Assange"
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World Socialist Web Site 10h
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Jockie-AFP Australis Incognita 10h
Replying to @1Hendorable1
Phones are just another innovation in our tools, they do free up speech for better and worse but banning them completely is reactionary , perhaps a way to integrate them into the curriculum under supervision might be a better option?
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Ken Anderson 10h
Replying to @smithmeyerjen
I might be wrong but I do not think it is a policy that has been thought through. This article shows it is not very clear one way or the other.
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Arthur Plottier 11h
Replying to @1Hendorable1
Yes, but we have to be alert that it will not affect values, manners and general behavior like be dependant on it. Unfortunately, many parents and even adults have overlooked it.
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Alistair Grinbergs 11h
Replying to @theprojecttv
Moral panic through the ages ... 1910s Automobiles 1920s The Charleston 1930s Radio 1940s jazz 1950s rock 'n roll 1960s television 1970s pinball 1980s video games 1990s walkmans 2000s iPods 2010s the internet's Get over yourselves
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Simone Nulty 11h
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Ken Anderson 11h
The pace of change is frantic.
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Ken Anderson 11h
I have not looked at the data about when why and how many kids use their phones.When I went to school kids would just throw things at each other and then duck the chalkboard duster if the Teacher caught some one mucking around.
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Ken Anderson 11h
Labor are proving they are not an option. How thick are they.
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Andrew Wilkie MP 20h
Australia must not be party to any US military operations against Iran
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Ken Anderson 11h
Wish I had a mobile phone when I was at school. would have given me something to do. They days got longer and longer every year.
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Ken Anderson 11h
Because it is part of life. If the education system is so broken that kids are using their phones in class, maybe something else needs to be considered. Maybe they are googling the information more quickly than the teacher can speak it. Why will they do., search kids?
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Ken Anderson 11h
Another stupid idea coming from the sociopaths in charge.
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