This big fella's trying a little white water rafting without the raft. Remember big crocs are traveling around this time of year even in the nicest cleanest springs be careful and be croc wise #dothent #crocwise #outbackwrangler
As I write this I am sitting on the steps of GPO with tears in my eyes and I feel a lot of things... afraid is not one of them. I feel beyond sad for those who lost loved ones yesterday. I can feel our collective hearts are broken and it fills me with sorrow. I feel pride for those Melburnians who yesterday came to the aid of complete strangers in there time of need and put themselves in harms way to try and save their lives. And for the two boys who tried to stop the driver outside of Flinders street with baseball bats... you're heroes in my book. I am so thankful to the paramedics and ambos and doctors and nurses who worked to save people's lives for hours on end. I feel thankful to the police who day after day put themselves in harms way. They are always faced with tough choices and I could never do there job and yesterday must of been amongst their toughest... Most of all I feel heartbroken for four gorgeous Humans who were taken far, far too early... absolutely heartbroken. At a time like now it is easy to be angry and look for someone to blame, but really, there is only one person to blame. I hope we can all remember that. So I sit here as people start to drop flowers off with tears flowing freely down their face and I refuse to let this define our city and I certainly refuse to be afraid. We are not defined by the actions of one man but by the actions of the many Humans who showed our city's true colours yesterday. We don't get to choose when tragedy comes into our lives, we only get to choose how we react when it does. So let's care for those who need it so much right now and look after one another. If you see someone struggling today give them a hug and let them know it's going to be ok. We will be ok.
Bring back capital punishment NOW. When is a leader going to stand up and grow some balls and start clearing out the shit. Yesterday's horror in Melbourne needs to be handled. Turning the other cheek is weak and is a fairytale that does not work. For f..ks sake enough is enough.
I just don't know what else to say. I'm so bloody sad and heartbroken... There's 3 families who've lost loved ones in the heart of our city today and I can't imagine how they feel. Let's throw our arms around the families of those who've passed and pray for those who are still being looked after.
Detective Inspector Gary Jubelin told A Current Affair he believed William was still alive because there was no evidence to suggest he’d been killed. As it has not even been established if William is in fact deceased, a coronial inquiry will ONLY take place after the current Police investigation has been completed.
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The person/people who let the scum bag nut job who ran down innocent people in Melbourne yesterday out on bail, YOU HAVE THE BLOOD OF THESE PEOPLE ON YOUR HANDS!! This arsewipe should NEVER EVER have been back on the streets!! FOOT NOTE...he was already out on bail for other crimes and was being watched by VicPol!!!
A week ago I met a women who's story sounded so much like too many stories.
Jane (names are changed) was married, she loved her husband Pete but unfortunately wasn't the faithful type.
She spent her years looking after their kids, he would go out until the early morning, occasionally she received the humiliating news or found the incriminating texts, she caught him a few times but most of the time he just sweet talked his way out of it.
Janes loneliness turned to grief and she mourned the marriage that she had worked so hard for, she threw everything into her kids, grew strong, realised she could do it alone and finally left Pete.
2 months later Jane met Andrew. Unexpectedly after years of loneliness and heartache she fell head over heals in love.
And guess what happens next?
Everyone turns on Jane. Because Pete isn't happy... #poorpete. and Pete is a master at making everyone feel sorry for him. And nobody can believe that Jane would move on so quickly and dare to be happy.. They called her selfish, they called her a slut and of course a shit mum. Are you fucking kidding me???
Was everyone so much more comfortable seeing Jane miserable for all those years????
Nobody ever stood up TO Pete and all the sudden they feel the need to stand up FOR him?
Why are we all so quick to pass judgment on another women and how long it takes her to move on? She had years to emotionally move on while Pete was dangling his member around town.
How is that our business anyway? We need to stop judging other women, because blokes seem to have each other's backs during times of divorce, Queens need to as well.
Divorce is a time to heal, unfortunately it becomes a massive friend cleanse too.
Don't listen to all the bull shit people say, just listen to your Queen and ask, Are you ok? And What do you need from me?
That is all.
I for one wish Jane the world of happiness, no matter when or how or why that happiness comes. I even wish Pete and his wondering penis happiness, coz at the end of the day...
Was that a dream? Did I actually just give birth to a girl? For two parents who were so convinced they were delivering a boy - Baby Hank - even right up to when bub was put on my chest (and I quickly thought the umbilical cord was a penis) Betty you have blown our minds!!! It took me a few hours to grasp the concept of you because it was like I was looking straight down at Bobby all over again. You are twins!!! Absolutely besotted by you darling girl. Look how much your Dad loves you already. This photo truly sums up the quote 'I never realised how much I loved your Daddy until I saw how much he loved you.' 📷 @elsacampbell @birthphotographycollective