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Thread: The Banning of Climbing Uluru (Ayers Rock) - thoughts on this article?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
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    Why can't people just take better care of their waste, instead of behaving like pigs?
    It's not hard to fit a rubbish bag to your spare wheel carrier, put a plastic bag inside and take out your rubbish with you.
    And scattering toilet paper is just disgusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    take out your rubbish with you.
    if that the case, they can drop the entry fee's. unfair to pay for services not provided.
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    Or people can just stop behaving like pigs and be responsible for their own rubbish, instead of expecting others to clean up after them.
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    Tourists flock to climb Uluru before it closes, ignoring wishes of traditional owners
    Tourists flock to climb Uluru before it closes, ignoring wishes of traditional owners | SBS News
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    Tourists flock to climb Uluru before it closes, ignoring wishes of traditional owners
    Tourists flock to climb Uluru before it closes, ignoring wishes of traditional owners | SBS News

    And . what did they think would happen. I cant believe anyone is surprised by this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    Or people can just stop behaving like pigs and be responsible for their own rubbish, instead of expecting others to clean up after them.
    Not just Uluru either, everywhere you go. Bad parenting I reckon.

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    It's pretty simple. They own it, so they can decide if it's open or closed.
    You can bet some turkeys like Blair Cottrell will try to ignore the ban on climbing and spout some rubbish about them being indigenous because they were born here and have a right of access.
    Maybe they should have the rangers and police there on the first day its closed to fine/arrest anyone who tries to ignore the ban on climbing.
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