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  1. My mum and her family used to live on a farm in Toodyay (two-jay). They owned three guns to shoot at foxes (apparently they never hit any), and for putting down sheep and the like. These guns all required a licence and reason and had to be stored by the police department when the family moved to the city and the reason was no longer there. I think this is a fair way to control guns, and, as you could assume, gun violence is much lower here in 'Straya than in the US of A. As for self defence, since you can be confident that the people around you aren't concealing a firearm, you are less likely
  2. From an Australian point of view: what is college? In Perth, there's one college that I know of; Edith Cowan College. This is somehow different to Edith Cowan University. Why?
  3. Sorry for quoting the whole post, I don't know how to just have my post under yours. So. I was thinking, firstly 10cm above the knee is nothing. There was a girl two grades above me who would literally wear a boob tube, or a crop tank-top if she was feeling modest. I wish there was a rule to get her to wear shirts. Anyway (sidetracked), as long as you can't see a person's butt cheeks (sorry, in my tired state, I can't think of a nicer word) then the shorts/skirt is fine. People can have their legs showing, and if the thighs are 'distracting' to other students, they need to stop looking. I
  4. I'm absolutely for adoption (in my opinion, the fetus doesn't have any unique memories to make it a life) but I'm not sure about who out of the parents gets to decide to do it. Is it the woman who has the right? She has to grow the child inside of her. Or should the man have a say as well? The kid's half him, too. If it has to be agreed on by both parents, what about if the woman was raped, or she doesn't know who it belongs to or the father left? Debate that.
  5. I say take what you're interested in. Unless the uni course you're looking for specifically requires Bio, it's better to do what you like. It will make four hours a week and much more enjoyable, biology isn't that important in psychology (and Pamoja is pretty good at explaining stuff anyway), and if push comes to shove, you can always take a six month Tafe course.
  6. I've been told they use Turnitin. The good thing is, you can use the site to check your work before you submit it. I'm pretty sure it's free.
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