1. I grew up in semi-outback areas and counted local Aboriginal children among my closest friends. I find this building …. disturbing. But, I am not Aboriginal and, therefore, can not speak for those who are.

    1. Do you mean I’m not allowed to ask ? *puzzled* I’m pretty sure I was clear in the article that I didn’t know if it was ok or not.
      Please tell me that we are not so politically correct now that we can’t even ask if something causes offence? 😛

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  3. Why do aborigines want to be warned if deceased aborigines are on a program, but not if deceased white people are on the program?

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