satakas wrote: Your demographics are currently Australia
The air travel distance from india it is just 7,802 km. Not that much far.
There are still so less voting for "Yes" in Australia. Then Tasman, you would never be getting QUOTAFULL according to your demographics.
coconava wrote:tasman1 wrote: Let us hope for more , aim for start 30.00 per month .................... update your profile what you like , if your income gone up update that is very important , think what you plan to buy , example you plan buying new car in next 3 month just say it , if you can not buy it do not worry , your plan is what is important , what about your holiday , you told me once you will like to explore Australia , New Zealand and Europa and maybe Thailand , ok , write it down , do not forget you like new smart phone , your old one is crap , do not be shy to tell you like drink, beer is good , whiskey too ......................................
i could not find the option profile update in my login in page
i searched for previous posts in forum in one post moderates said In profile setting avatar below but no option their
only i can update is
first name, last name, address, city, state ,ZIP, country and avatar
satakas wrote: But right now you are residing in Australia and working here. The Poll is about this. So you should have post "Yes"
Later on where you move or reside in a different country..It is your dream or wish.
valerie wrote: The problem is bad people are going to get guns whether they are legal or not.
It's actually why good people need guns, due to bad people.
AbuWaheeb wrote: Protests in England
Protests in Nigeria
Protests in Argentina
Protests in Brazil
Protests in Mexico
Protests in Canada
Protests in Germany
Protests in Holland
Potests in Kenya
Protests in Australia
Protests in New Zealand
Protests in France
Protests in ?
From Minneapolis to around the globe. WOW
US embassies in Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zimbabwe also issued statements of concern over Floyd's death.
Hundreds gathered in Tel Aviv, Haifa and East Jerusalem demanding "Justice for George" and "Justice for Eyad" an unarmed, autistic Palestinian man killed by Israeli police.
Well i must say it's about time people speak up. I find it very moving seeing all these countries and possibly even more in future protesting peacfully in solidarity for something that is right.