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- Jonathan Gay. on New bike rules under consideration Cyclists should be able to ride on the same side of the road, at least in the country, that pedestrians should walk on, ie ... more
- Stephen on New bike rules under consideration Stupidity at its worst. So what happens when a car hits the bike running the Red. What happens when the bike cleans up a ... more
- jgl Melb on New bike rules under consideration This tosh is a classic example of the squeaky wheel getting the oil...Anyone would think there's an election in the wind. more
- David on New bike rules under consideration The only new bike rule that should be introduced is banning them from the road!! more
- John Karmouche on New bike rules under consideration Allowing motorcycles to share bicycles lanes is a common sense solution to what is a common practice. Where is the evidence ... more
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- Lesley Durham on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules The AFL is a bunch of politically correct, meddling do gooders. This is segregation and rather than promoting inclusion, ... more
- Kris on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules Its ridiculous that an aussie is pushed aside for thinking this is wrong yet if we were to exclude any other race/religon ... more
- Sinbad on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules This really smacks of double standards from the newest left wing entity which used to be called the AFL. 'Fonzie' ... more
- simone on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules So Australian is no longer a culture. Onya AFL. Way to promote diversity and racism. more
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Can you identify this office implement?
It looks like a stapler, it's about the size of a stapler but it's not a stapler.
Ross and John were stumped by this mysterious office implement on the Radio Solutions segment this morning when listener Errol asked the Breakfast boys to identify it.
"It's a device that creates suction at the bottom so you can use two of them to lift panes of glass," Burnso proposed.
Errol has emailed the manufacturer but they refuse to answer, so Ross and John are relying on YOU: What on Earth is this thing?
IMAGE: Errol's bizarre desktop device
RUMOUR FILE: The 3AW Breakfast Rumour File heard this morning that in a statement of AFL rivalry, all street signs on Swan Street have been changed to reflect an allegiance to the Hawthorn Football Club.
I think its for stress relieve, you squeeze the handleMaryAnn Boros Tuesday 5 February, 2013 - 1:10 PM
simple... its a old way to get rid of bubbles when sealing plastic covers on books.. needs the weight to remove bubbles.. tamarcus Friday 1 February, 2013 - 11:33 AM
is it a staple remover?carolyn falla Thursday 1 November, 2012 - 9:50 PM
Is it a SIM card cutter?Lukew Monday 22 October, 2012 - 2:01 PM
I think its a weight for laying fabric for cutting, used in the clothing industry Regards Kimkim Friday 19 October, 2012 - 9:05 AM
I think the object may be a hole Puncher?N1c0la Wednesday 17 October, 2012 - 4:46 PM