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Wilkshake

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  1. On 10/14/2018 at 8:17 PM, chrisg said:

    There's a new strategic bomber in the works, as in initial concepts, a new marque of submarine at build stage, first of a new class of carrier in build,  the F-35 is bearing fruit at last, but most of the effort from the industry and DARPA is on UCAV Tech, but nothing to what the Russians are up to - maybe the regime will go broke, again.

    Cheers

    Wasn't there a full grounding of the F-35 the other day?


  2. I've had a similar issue. Starting up the console from the controller, but the lights on the controller continue to flash.

     

    To solve it, I just keep the PS button held down until the XMB comes up. Usually by then it's recognised the controller and I'm right to go. Whilst the PS3 is still on (say watching a movie) it's just a short press on the PS button to get the controller to come back on and be connected.


  3. Just got back from it, and I'm ready to go firebomb a florist.

     

    Murderers.

     

    That aside, the 3D was pretty cool, and worked with the 3D glasses over my normal glasses well. Sam Worthington channeled the fuck out of Ewan McGregor, Sigourney Weaver's looking pretty hot for an old bird, and I feel like I just sat through a three hour commercial for Greenpeace and World Of Warcraft.

    Lol. Pretty much sums up my opinion of the movie as well.

     

    Oh and to get into the glasses discussion as well, I've got a congenital cataract in one eye and didn't have any problem watching the movie with the polarising glasses on.


  4. I call shenanigans.

     

    It's too hard to see what's in front of the guy. And from what you can see, the unit is standing straight up, despite everything else about Natal has it sitting horizontally.

     

    And if it is, going on how finicky it seems to be for the guy to even turn on the mini-teleporter, I'd hate to see what it'd be like in an actual firefight with enemies.


  5. I never had to do that. I was a Superhero!

    Haha oh that's right, if you spammed enough you got super special ranks and free access to post in the general section of an internet forum.

    Joy =3

     

    Quality > Quantity


  6. I'm a size 14. Cry more.

    Where do you go to buy your shoes?

     

    Seriously, i need to find mor place's that cater to people with flippers for feet.

     

    I just go into any shoe shop, not bother about looking at the styles and say, "What have you got in a 14?" Makes it much easier than looking for something I like, then trying to find it in a decent size.


  7. If the employer is not going to be cough up the certificate, Centrelink can do without it, but the preference is to have it.

     

    Since you're not 21, you'd be looking at Youth Allowance, and there's a whole lot of other things like independence, parental income etc, which would need to be take into consideration to work out how much benefit you'd be entitled to.


  8. You should have applied as soon as out of work. Apply ASAP, if you get a job in meantime is easy to cancel. You make appointment to see them, show you been let go from last position (separation cert, etc), and fill out paperwork. Nothing complicated. Leave sweet FA in your bank accounts, this will count against you if "reasonable" amount of funds there. Claim was spent paying bills if asked. Understand your obligations, receive the pittance the pay, find nerw job. Pretty straight forward.

     

    Only reason you should have to pay is you lie to them, about having no work, and need to repay monies received you were not entitled to. If you get caught. :P

     

    Straight-forward really. Make appointment or just turn up at office and wait, interview, fill out paperwork, and agrre to everything. Then wait 2 weeks before they do shit for you. Easy. Tho, no less painful.

    But if he's tossed in the job without a reasonable excuse (just cause he felt like it isn't a reasonable excuse) he's going to be looking at an eight-week non-payment period from the day after he last worked, before he'll get any money on Newstart.

     

    It's difficult to say what the outcome will be without having the full situation to look at.

     

    He was off the books.

    No problem.

     

    Doesn't matter whether it's off the books or not.

     

    Only thing will be that since it was off the books the employer will be less than forthcoming with a separation certificate. The non-payment period still applies.


  9. You should have applied as soon as out of work. Apply ASAP, if you get a job in meantime is easy to cancel. You make appointment to see them, show you been let go from last position (separation cert, etc), and fill out paperwork. Nothing complicated. Leave sweet FA in your bank accounts, this will count against you if "reasonable" amount of funds there. Claim was spent paying bills if asked. Understand your obligations, receive the pittance the pay, find nerw job. Pretty straight forward.

     

    Only reason you should have to pay is you lie to them, about having no work, and need to repay monies received you were not entitled to. If you get caught. :P

     

    Straight-forward really. Make appointment or just turn up at office and wait, interview, fill out paperwork, and agrre to everything. Then wait 2 weeks before they do shit for you. Easy. Tho, no less painful.

    But if he's tossed in the job without a reasonable excuse (just cause he felt like it isn't a reasonable excuse) he's going to be looking at an eight-week non-payment period from the day after he last worked, before he'll get any money on Newstart.

     

    It's difficult to say what the outcome will be without having the full situation to look at.

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