I am sure that some idiot can think of a …

Comment on Trees on Melanka block no longer sacred? by Ian Rennie.

I am sure that some idiot can think of a story about the trees, preferably while high on some drug, any drug will do and then someone can put a sign up and tourists can say ooh ahh and take photos. I spose that would be the closest that anything can come to happening on that bit of land.
Once was told by an old bloke that the oldest thing on that block was the buildings that were pulled down.

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Trees on Melanka block no longer sacred?
Alex, good to know the old bloke was partly right at least.

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