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What we're talking about
- Greg on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... About time some Politician has been caught out at a Royal Commission or Inquiry,all they ever say is I don't remember or ... more
- Lukew on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... So you can waste billions of dollars of tax payers money mis-managing just about everything - federal and state - and be ... more
- Gazza on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... Standard liberal behaviour more
- boofa on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... PIGS, TROUGH , SNOUT.Lets cover this one up Tony. more
- Sir Matt of the 1950's on Barry O'Farrell quits, but keeps PM ... Lucky Mitchell & little Tommy Elliott are on holidays(again, more holidays than teachers & construction workers they harp on ... more
- Lisa on Commonwealth Bank customers can't ... Australia Post can't take ANY credit cards, because their Eftpos is with Commonwealth. So... People trying to lodge mail ... more
- Milton on Surprise, surprise: Petrol price pain ... It hit $1.71 cents per Litre yesterday in Sydney. So wait for it. more
- Gazza on New way to snap naughty drivers Robert hills comment say it all"we know motorists are quick to put their phone down and put their seatbelt on when they see ... more
- Milton on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Are you blocking all comments about Clive or just the positive ones? more
- Dame Mylene on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Clive Palmer's now the unofficial Prime Minister of Australia. Fun times ahead, Mr Abbott. more
- Milton on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Neil: At least Clive knows how to build businesses and not tear them down. more
- Hooksy from the Country on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Buffoon - pot, kettle, black ...... more
- Mark on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... It would be worse if there were 4 more green loonies. more
- Garry on Senate circus 'not healthy for ... Both the Labour and Liberal parties seem hell bent on making themselves unappealing many voters are looking for an ... more
- Dame Mylene on 'One of the biggest law and order ... The only way they'll have a Royal Commission is if they can blame Labor. Otherwise it's not going to happen :p more
- Kristy on Youths charged over Newport crime spree Bloody thugs, blame the pathetic laws for this one too as they know nothing will happen not even a slap on the wrist!! more
- Matt on Youths charged over Newport crime spree So glad I live in Singapore where these criminals would be caught, publicly shamed, caned & jailed. In Melbourne they wont ... more
- Sinbad on 'They've got to do something' Of course, it's also Napthine's fault that he got his head kicked in in the first place ! Now you've got to ask yourself why ... more
- Kevin on 'They've got to do something' Napthine government = fail more
- Ken of Euroa on 'They've got to do something' If he had a fractured neck he wouldn't be standing up more
The tell-tale signs of a liar
What are the signs of someone lying to you? How do listeners tell when their partner/children lie to you?
Men tell twice as many lies as women, researchers found men tell 6 fibs a day on average to their partner, boss and work colleagues, but women come out with just 3.
The study of 2,000 Britons also revealed that the most common lie told by both sexes was: 'Nothing's wrong, I'm fine.'
Dr. Carr-Gregg, Neil Mitchell and listeners compiled a list of tell-tale signs someone is lying to you:
- Avoiding eye contact
- Unnatural eye contact, strained or aggressive
- Looking up and to the right
- Crossing legs, arms, and slouching
- stroking the back of the head
- clenched hands
- Giving answers to questions you haven't asked
- Speech hesitation, clearing throat
- Increased unpleasantness and agitation
- Repetition of keywords: 'Let me tell the truth, honestly & I swear to God'
- Abruptly changing the subject
ANY ONE THAT BELIEVES GILLARD ??SHOULD HAVE A GOOD HARD LOOK AT THEMSELVES, IN THE MIRROR.???PERHAPS THAT IS WHY SHE IS WEARING THEM ??TO LOOK IN THE MIRROR. GOD HELP US.IAN Thursday 28 February, 2013 - 2:45 PM
@Mark. If you think Tony Abbott's going to take all the 'Juliar' people off the ASIO list you're wrong. Sedition is sedition and you're on it for life. Good luck in your next job interview :pmylene Thursday 28 February, 2013 - 11:54 AM
Matt ??Watch the "ABC" and you will see the Labor stooges.Or are you to biased.IAN Thursday 28 February, 2013 - 10:56 AM
I knew it wouldn't be long before I heard the Labor trolls roll out workchoices again. The pathetic misogynist campaign has backfired, Joolya's non-prescription clever-glasses haven't worked and Swann's surplus will be a deficit of billions. Yes, yes Workchoices. Who needs an IR rethink when manufacturing jobs are being lost daily and unemployment is heading only one way. FairWork has been another failed policy from the saddest period in Australian political history.Graham T Thursday 28 February, 2013 - 9:58 AM
We have a Prime Minister who was nicknamed "Juliar".
Gillard is a pathological liar.Mark Thursday 28 February, 2013 - 8:50 AM
Remind us how has Tony Abbott responded when asked about Workchoices Mark II again?PH Wednesday 27 February, 2013 - 7:03 PM