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FIND­ING it hard not to show my ex­cite­ment at be­ing able to travel on the Tulla in the mid­dle of the night at the speed limit. Barra, Bayswa­ter

IF cars are banned from the CBD what hap­pens to all the off-street car parks and the loss of the rev­enue that comes from them? Frank, Box Hill North

NO won­der Albo needs to talk him­self up. He is as charis­matic as a con­crete bol­lard. Normie, Ring­wood North

GOOD on ya, Bare­foot In­vestor ( HS, 13/7). Why isn’t fi­nance taught more in pri­mary school? Macca, Maf­fra

SO mums and dads spend hours fer­ry­ing kids around to sports ac­tiv­i­ties ( HS, 12/7). That’s called be­ing a par­ent and sup­port­ing your kids. Paul, Caulfield

I TO­TALLY agree with Lor­raine Bates (YS, 11/7) re­gard­ing pri­vate schools. I’ve long said they shouldn’t be tax­payer funded … the op­er­a­tive word is “pri­vate”. Michael, Mel­ton

COULD those of the far Left and Right lit­tle mi­nor­ity groups get out of our faces? Your sense­less protests are just an­noy­ing. Bruce, Wan­tirna

I NOTE many peo­ple pack more goods into the green re­us­able shop­ping bags, then strug­gle out of the store. More work is on the way for doc­tors treat­ing bad backs. Kevin Rugg, Beau­maris

I CAN’T un­der­stand why Vic­to­ri­ans are griz­zling about the ban on plas­tic bags. We civilised peo­ple in South Aus­tralia banned them years ago and the world hasn’t come to an end. Just an­other ex­am­ple of how Vics are liv­ing in the dark ages com­pared to us South Aussies. Norm, Plymp­ton, SA

BRIAN (50/50, 13/7), the Rolls Royce you men­tion is set up for a night at the drive-in the­atre. Peter, Stawell

ROXANNE (TT, 12/7), the Thai boys just may go on to be soc­cer su­per­stars — they al­ready know how to dive. Al Petrie, Ban­nock­burn

YES, John Rat­tray (50/50, 12/7), Aus­tralia was un­lucky to meet France at the group stage. We were also un­lucky to come up against Den­mark and Peru. Can’t they have a World Cup for coun­tries that can’t play? Aussie rules, Aspendale

A COLLING­WOOD v Rich­mond grand fi­nal would be like death by the sword or by the bul­let. Mark, El­wood

CHANG­ING the rules ev­ery five min­utes of the AFL tends to baf­fle ev­ery­one. To­day’s game re­minds me of an all-in brawl. Ge­off Hey­wood, St He­lens, Tas

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