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The gullible Trump finally finds out Kim Jong-un isn't 'honourable'

The gullible Trump finally finds out Kim Jong-un isn't 'honourable'


#OPINION Trump's insistence that "no one" has gotten as far as he has in negotiations with North Korea is misguided in several respects. First, we've actually had full-blown agreements with North Korea - which North Korea did not abide by.

If they did not see Pyongyang's latest manoeuvre coming, Trump and his team are more gullible than we imagined.

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'We so should have thought this through' 😩😂 ...

We so should have thought this through 😩😂

7 hours ago


Simply BEAUTIFUL! 😍😍 ...


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What a beautiful video thank you for giving us the chance to see this

8 hours ago

Nothing beats a back rub after a long day at work 😌

Photo: JJ Emerson at Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area, Destination Gold Coast

Nothing beats a back rub after a long day at work 😌

Photo: JJ Emerson at Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area, Destination Gold Coast


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JJ Emerson spotted this pair of kangaroos in the Coombabah Lakes Conservation Area in the Destination Gold Coast. He said usually in this spot the roos are just grazing, with a few young males doing a bit of sparring. Apparently, one of them started to have a scratch, and the other one took it as a challenge which resulted in a "bit of a spar!" (Photo: JJ Emerson)

Located just a short drive north of the Destination Gold Coast CBD, the Coombabah Lakes Conservation Area is chock-a-block with wildlife. JJ Emerson usually comes to this spot to watch the roos, but he says "it's also awesome to see koalas". In fact, this lovely wetland area is home to 274 species of animals, including koalas, wallabies, kangaroos and flying foxes, along with 24 internationally protected migratory bird species. (Photo: JJ Emerson)

Oh yes! Only they weren’t giving each other a back rub! 😂

Now, a lil to the left, up and bit, ahhhh yes that's the spot, darn I forgot to add dencorub, too. keep it up, this feels good..

Or if no one is around to give you a scratch, do it yourself 😂

Suvi Awasthi this is love, I just need a girl who gonna really understand 🎶

What does it say about me that I really thought those bushes in the back were on fire?

Wally Gonzalez nothing beats a back rub 😂

If you fall I will be there to catch you lol

Roberta Masala Anche ai canguri piace un bel massaggino alla schiena! ☝️😂😂😂

"And now hold this position for two minutes!"

Haha, you couldn’t be more right

I'll mill give you a nice back rub if you will give me one after.beautiful photo and color❤️❤️

Ah mate, no, more down under 😌

Gorgeous photo and interesting capturing !

Don't worry I'll catch you :)

Estefany Wen me giving u massage on tuesdays

Erin massages(Australian pronunciation) are the best !

Andreas Gutterau wenn du ein Känguru hättest müsstest du nicht mehr den Türrahmen vergewaltigen 😜

Shaun - nothing has captured us better than this shot 😂😘

Alyssa I desperately need this

Christian Aversa dovresti solo imparare dai canguri 😒

Looks like a trust fall 🤣

She helps him because he likes it. LOVE😍

That’s where we were Kim Mcdade Sue Smithers Le Long

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Keep watching to 42s to see the POV footage! 😯 🐊 ...

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This kid's pool skills are epic AF 🔥👏🎱 ...

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When your friend has food and your hungry AF! 😏 ...

21 hours ago


I hate Mondays! 😴😞 ...

I hate Mondays! 😴😞

1 day ago

Monday morning traffic is looking pretty heavy in Port Stephens 🐬🐬🐬

Video: Dolphin Swim Australia in Visit NSW


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Regarded as Australia's dolphin capital, Port Stephens, which is located a 2.5-hour drive north of and is home to a remarkable dolphin encounter. Most swim-with-dolphin experiences involve floating in the ocean and waiting in a stationary position until the dolphins approach you, but with Dolphin Swim Australia swimmers are pulled slowly alongside the dolphins. Participants are attached to a harness and clipped to a tow rope between the twin bows of a catamaran. As the dolphins move playfully through the water, you effectively swim in time with them. Photo: Dolphin Swim Australia

My dream some day...Iam in my sixties...but I can still dream .....someday to swim with the dolphins...what an intelligent mammal....even to pet one I’d be happy....

Will add to my next to-do for Australia!!!

I’ve done this - it’s amazing 🐬

I will do this around christmas-time ;) 🎅

Oh my, what an epic video! Absolutely beautiful 🐬

We seen some cuties at Bribie yesterday afternoon. Soooo adorable, everyone was loving them

We’ve had holidays in Pt. Stevens twice, beautiful

So True. ....beautiful experience having dolphins swim Next to you!❤

Traffic is heavy indeed, but no one seems to be in any hurry ;)

James Brierley well add this to the list looks like we’re going back to PS

We've been going there for almost ten years now. I'm making plans to retire there.

Best traffic ever 😍😍😍😘😘😘 I actually swam with then in port Stevens love the experience

That is traffic I don't have an issue with💙🐬🏝

How beautiful,,, I would love to be in the water with them....

That swim-with-dolphins experience looks like one of a kind! Perfect.. ❤☺🐋

Matthew Griffin Nixola McGeechan 👍 Port Stephens is definitely worth a visit when you come to Sydney. Not too far either 😍☀️

Daren Sayer Ian thats where we are going in August!!!!

Jonathan Balfour I better see a dolphin on our trip!

Awesome........ cant wait to swim with this beautiful dolphins soon ....... Written in a diary

Dolphins are awesome.

Omg. My fave💕💕💕 Swim with them.

Amazing dolphin swim in port stephens very nice for looking, amazing Australia 🐬🐬🐬🐋🐋🐬

I love the baby swimming with mama.

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2 days ago

Time to come clean. Who didn’t know it snowed in Australia? ❄️

Photo: Cam Blake Photography in Discover Tasmania

Time to come clean. Who didn’t know it snowed in Australia?  ❄️

Photo: Cam Blake Photography in Discover Tasmania


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Many of the higher altitude areas of Discover Tasmania were blanketed in powder-white flakes after a recent autumn snowfall, creating some beautiful photo opportunities like this frosty forest track. What a feast for the eyes! Photo: Cam Blake Photography

Winter has arrived a tad early in Discover Tasmania, by the looks of things! Cam Blake Photography captured these stunning shots in Discover Tasmania's Mount Field National Park near Hobart & Beyond, which experienced an autumn snowfall a couple of weeks ago.

Up at Katoomba in the Blue Mountains in June, you will get lots of snow. The British people living here have a 2nd Christmas every year, mainly for the kids, big fireplaces, Sleigh rides, Santa, great time for all.

Saw my first snow in Tasmania in October 1966 when we moved to Storeys Creek, on the side of Ben Lomond. Burnt the toast looking out the kitchen window at the falling snow and the pristine backyard....a real experience for a girl from the out back. Loved Tassie.Thank you for that pic..quite reminiscent of the track down the mountain which we had to conquer to get to Avoca and on to other places.

This is beautiful really...I can imagine how sweet it would be going through this path and having some beautiful photos as such

Of course it snows in Australia! Always wanted to check out Perisher!

I knew it did I studied Australia in the early 60's when we though about moving there. :)

There you go, driving to work last year.

Yes I did know, because we see it every year. 😊❄⛄

I did not know. Cannot wait to visit Australia one day. Looks beautiful, i love snow.

Mount Wellington on Tasmania, went there in 1986 and couldn't see a foot in front of my face!

We even have ski resorts! Amazing right?

Had no clue. Interest fact. Learn something new every day!

I think you have your winter while we in North America has summer. We went from winter to summer this month.

A few years ago on the way to my parents property

It snowed when we were there in October but it’s still amazing place to go or live

Learn to ski in Thredbo, instructors are much more patient and encouraging than in France, especially with an elderly (50++) beginner.

and yet, coming up to 65 years, I've still never seen snow...

Never been there, but pretty sure i'd perfer an Australian winter over a Canadian one.

Jon Warnholtz not what you normally connect Australia to!

austrlia is amazing whether it's snow or not 👍❤️

Aww I love snow!

My Mom went skiing when she was growing up in Australia.

Me, I didn't know it snowed in Australia.

I’ve seen the snow only twice in my life in Oberon, NSW and on Mt Wellington in Hobart, Tasmania.

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4 days ago



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Have been here 3 times in the last 4 years & loved every minute of every visit. This is a very special place. X

well, that's wehre we've been, very beautiful ☺

Wow!...........another one for my bucket list!!

Personally, I find his action disgusting. He is driving an exhaust polluting machine along the riparian zone of the ocean.How immature!

Lavanya Kanagaratnam been here yet?

I landed here 20 years ago with a small plane!

What a pretty ride along that beautiful white sand between blue sea glass colored water and orange Sandhills. Nice!!

Stunning colours

in d 70's at happy valley..awesome time..i think.i remember most of it,,ha.

Been there in 2004.....beautiful !🙂

Wow very beautiful



Muy bonitas!!

I'm going to Fraser Island in January 😎

Will, road trip idea!!!

Amazing !


been there!!!it truly is beautiful like this!!!

Que fotos más maravillosas

Well that’s where I’ve been

Sophie Alice Millie Knight take me back!!!!

Raf Ael😍

Now that is white sand and the torquise water is amazing

Caitlin Treschman

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