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  1.  

    Ehhh, yes, but it's pretty  closely matched to the US price and AUD to USD exchange rate, so I guess, not as bad as it seems.

     

     

    Cool for it to be cheaper to buy bonds 1 at a time though gj person who published this.

     

     

    Yeah, you're right. 

     

    Luckily I have my own wage to cover costs if I were to go the full 12 months. :) It's still well on par with most games on this side of the globe. 


  2. I just logged in last night at a friends insistence. In all honesty, I have fond memories of my time during oldschool RS and the warm fuzzy feeling I got completing tutorial island and knowing that I can now perhaps return to the clan world in the future - the way it used to be makes me happy.   I'll be giving it a go for a few weeks, I find RS3 too simplified and I lose interest. 


  3. I disagree, I never found tutorial island that long or hard to complete. Honestly, that was why they revamped it because at the time everyone was kicking up a fuss over the autoing that was going on.  Maybe I'm semi-old school, I'm just mad at how simplified everything is appearing and the million notifications I get now. 

     

    Location? Really? You can get the exact same learning experience from either, its a minor factor and shouldn't affect anything.


  4. I don't know how it is for males being as I am female, I've never had abs, but my trainer has told me numerous times that to get them is not just a matter of doing the right excercises its also got to do with what you eat.  

     

    Best to start with your diet and then when thats under control start doing ab targeted excercises. But like I did, I'm not a guy so..


  5. Quests should give you good enough gear to advance through levels, hell even dungeon quest rewards should keep your ilvl sufficient. WoW is based around total gear score. 

    They do, but then you get the problem of people like me, I'm almost level 80 (I don't play that much) from dungeons and questing and in all honesty, I don't know anything a seasoned player would know. One of the reasons I try to avoid any group things outside of the dungeon queue, its gotta be frustrating, I also do not know half of the jargon that gets thrown around. :P


  6. I've bought Universal real gains protein shake/weight gainer in an attempt to get some better results. Anyone tried stuff like this before?

     

    Since I lost weight I've had trouble gaining weight. I'll take it pre-workout for the next 3-4 months and see how it goes

     

     

    I wish I had that problem, seriously, I have to work my behind off just to shed a few kilos! I think you should focus on how much input you need to combat what you are doing. If you aren't taking enough in to satisfy what you need and then some, you will probably keep losing it.


  7. Australia

     

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    1. Long sleeved shirt.

    2.Intersection.

    3.Indicator.

    4. Boot

    5. Premium Biscuits (Like a cracker)

    6. Shopping Centre (A.K.A Heaven)

    7. Appartment

    8. Asphalt

    9. Mudflaps

    10. Elevator

    11. Partymix Lollies

    12. Iceblocks

    13. softdrink

    14.Rubbish bin

    15. Verandah

    16. Nappy

    17. Torch

    18. Goalie

    19. Prison

    20. Uniform

     

     

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  8. I've had to hire a few people, and seriously. The first few tips I can offer is:

     

    Be on time. There is nothing worse than a potential employee who is late.

    Be well presented. Regardless of the job, dress smart. First impression's always last.

    Be enthusiastic. You may not be the most out going person, but I expect to be able to have a two way conversation with you.

     

    Tips for when applying for a job in the first place. If you are going into the establishment itself to contact the manager or to find out how to get a job. You might want to do a bit of research and depending on the company, when their busy periods are.

     

    Working in hospitality, there is nothing worse than in the middle of our three hour lunch rush having someone:

    a. Call up wanting to talk about a job.

    b. Someone wanting to speak with you to the side of the store while 500+ people are waiting to be served.

     

    Chances are if you do that to me I will throw your resume in the bin.

     

    I've bolded tips, and underlined the most common question's I've come across in both interviews for jobs and ones I ask.

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    · Could you tell me a bit about yourself?

    Keep it professional. You can throw in a bit of personal information. But mostly I want to hear about what qualification's you've achieved, what you are currently doing (study) and also what you hope to achieve.

    · How would you deal with a tricky customer?

    · What do you know about our organisation?

    · Have you ever been convicted of theft?

    Most times you can find out about these. Lying will only make the situation worse. But realistically, for me personally. As long as it didn't involve your previous workplace environment.

    · Tell me about your ability to work under pressure.

    · Tell me about a time when you settled a dispute.

    · Why do you want to work for this organisation?

    · Why are you interested in the position you are applying for?

    · Do you think you are overqualified for the position you are applying for?

    · Why did you leave your last job?

    Remember that notice's of abandonment are made public at least in Australia. You're potential employers can find this information out. Be honest. Abandonment is when you either don't turn up for work and are terminated as a result. You walked out of shift (regardless of the reason) etc without sufficient notice.

    · What have you learnt from your mistakes on the job?

    · What irritates you about your co-workers?

    · Tell me a problem you had with your previous supervisor.

    · Why should we hire you?

    · Do you have any questions for me?

    I cannot stress this enough. Ask questions. Myself personally, I deliberately leave out a small bit of information to check that the person was listening. Just ask a few questions!

     

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  9. Strongly supported. Years of playing has taught me to never go on a moderator's clan chat, a famous player's clan chat, or speak in an extremely populated spot because there's a 99.9% chance of every word being used against you in some 12 year old's report that is usually taken completely out of context.

     

    Specially a moderator's clan chat. That's full of wbms.

     

    I agree with this post, no need to repeat.

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