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Monday 11 th febuary 2019

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G’day 

sore and tired

But Still Full of NOPE!

C

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NOPE! 

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NOPE.....?

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NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE 

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10 hours ago, Cbdave said:

G’day 

sore and tired

But Still Full of NOPE!

C

You home from hossy?.... Don't push yourself too hard on the recovery.. you're being much to stoic... It's cool to take time to heal.. NOPE, you won't loose ya bloke card.

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Greetings NOPErs...today is a whole heap of specials but none of them interested me....so here is a fun fact...cos if you don't learn something new every day you wasted 24hours....so boys and girls did you know that there were American and Canadian convicts sent to Australia by those pesky Brits.... Of course they were political prisoners, no stealing a loaf of bread for theses guys...oh side bar - stealing food would see you get 7 years transportation, 15 for meat...but if you stole a whip? That was life....back on track, so most of the Canadian's sent here were French Canadians .. the Americans were all patriots who had been captured .... Some were just Americans who happened to be in Canada (well the British part, upper Canada)...any way the boat took the yanks to Van Demon's Land (Tassie)...but the French Canadians went to NSW...which is why it has Canada Bay, French Bay and Exile Bay. So all up there were 92 American Patriot exiles and 58 French Canadians....the French Canadians were treated better, pardoned sooner and offered assisted passage home, only 2 chose to stay here.....the Americans had it much harder, 15 died, and while most were pardoned they were offered no assistance to get home....that said, while some chose to stay on the mainland most made their way home and one stayed in Tassie. 

 

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NOPE... Not even knowing there were convicts in the bloodline 

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NOPE

 

@Cbdave - what's up with the date? Have we traveled back in time? ?

 

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