Top 5 predictions for Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4

predictions for Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4

Now that we’re mid­way through sea­son 7 of Game of Thrones, we’ve already seen many sig­nif­i­cant char­ac­ters join forces. This sea­son has also hint­ed the use of aero­planes or time trav­el as the vast seas and impos­si­ble long stretch­es of lands have been crossed much quick­er than expect­ed. What else is going to hap­pen in sea­son 7? Here are my top 5 pre­dic­tions for Game of Thrones sea­son 7 episode 4.

Prediction 1: Khaleesi will start to fall in love with Jon Snow.

predictions for Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4

Amidst the crazy plan­ning ses­sions to con­quer the 7 King­doms, Khaleesi will start to see Jon Snow in a dif­fer­ent light. The King in the North will not, how­ev­er, notice Daenerys’s extra atten­tion and will just car­ry on min­ing the all-impor­tant dragon’s glass.

 

 

Prediction 2: Jorah Mormont will rejoin Daenerys’s gang.

Just when Khaleesi has start­ed to become exas­per­at­ed at the lack of suc­cess of her team, Jorah will resur­face after get­ting a new leash on life thanks to Sam. He will take up from where he had left off before he sought a cure for his illness.

Prediction 3: Bran will freak more people out.

Bran, who’s just arrived home after a seem­ing­ly end­less trav­el, will con­tin­ue to shock peo­ple with his unso­licit­ed rev­e­la­tion of visions from the past. He will be stunned when he sees Jon’s past. He will realise that he’s not the only strange char­ac­ter in the show.

Prediction 4: Cersei will try to conquer Winterfell.

predictions for Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4After learn­ing of the real killer of Jof­frey, Cer­sei will be more dis­traught and narky than usu­al. Because she will yearn to attack her ene­mies or an ene­my as soon as pos­si­ble, she will decide to con­quer Win­ter­fell. Bri­enne of Tarth will work hand in hand with the Wildlings until Jon Snow’s returns with Khaleesi’s angels to take back their home from the Lannisters.

Prediction 5: The Mother of Dragons will let his children fight with her.

predictions for Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4In episode 3 Khaleesi indi­cat­ed a strong desire to get Dro­gon, Rhae­gal and Vis­e­ri­on to help her fight the war against the Lan­nis­ters. Despite get­ting NOs from her team, Daen­erys will let them join the fight. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, I sus­pect one of them will get hurt.

These are my pre­dic­tions for Game of Thrones sea­son 7 episode 4. Read more about Game of Thrones here. We’ll find out very soon if any of them are right or even close. Hap­py watching! 🙂

Top 5 reasons why I LOVE Mondays

why I love Mondays

For many peo­ple, Mon­day is a curse. After a long or short week­end, usu­al­ly the lat­ter, I under­stand why peo­ple find it dif­fi­cult to start their week. I, how­ev­er, have 5 rea­sons why I love Mondays. 🙂

Top 1 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays are best for catch-ups with colleagues.why I love Mondays

Did you do any­thing spe­cial at the week­end?” is a top-gross­ing ques­tion on Mon­days. Cof­fee breaks are pep­pered with con­ver­sa­tions of how much or how lit­tle they did on the week­end. Some even have pho­tos to show of their spec­tac­u­lar Sat­ur­day and Sunday.

Top 2 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays give you the opportunity to do the work you weren’t able to accomplish the week before.

Final­ly, you can now fin­ish what you want­ed to do last week. Feel­ing fresh after the break, you may even have a sur­plus of ener­gy to get the job done quicker.

why I love MondaysTop 3 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays give you a a fresh start.

The week before may not have been kind, but that’s all in the past, and Mon­days make that offi­cial. With the begin­ning of the week comes a reset but­ton and a fresh start for everything.

Top 4 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays allow you to fix something that was bugging you at the weekend.

Have you ever had a task that you remem­bered over the week­end and can’t do any­thing about? Mon­days allow you to rec­ti­fy that and final­ly put the nag­ging feel­ing to rest.

why I love MondaysTop 5 reason why I love Mondays: Mondays are perfect for meetings as everyone seems rejuvenated and productive.

Mon­day meet­ings are usu­al­ly the best as col­leagues seem to pos­sess a clear­er mind than most days. After a relax­ing week­end, peo­ple may have a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive on con­tro­ver­sial issues as well.

why I love Mondays

I’m just jok­ing — I don’t love Mon­days!  I hon­est­ly don’t. Today is Sun­day and the line “weekend’s near­ly over” keeps play­ing in my head. I kid you not.

Share this if you like Mon­days as much (or as lit­tle) as I do. Cheers!

Top 5 ways people handle money

ways people handle money

Peo­ple see and treat mon­ey dif­fer­ent­ly. Some see it as a trea­sure that they keep for the rest of their lives. Some use it to invest in some­thing, while oth­ers let it burn a hole in their pock­ets. Read about the top 5 ways peo­ple han­dle mon­ey. What would they do if they had a wind­fall of $300?

 Top 1: The Big Spendways people handle money

With a wind­fall of $300, some peo­ple would buy one item that is extreme­ly expen­sive. These peo­ple are drawn to the pop­u­lar and pricey brands, and noth­ing else will give them con­tent­ment. They might even be will­ing to shell out a bit more to foot the bill if $300 isn’t enough.

Top 2: The Collectionways people handle money

Some peo­ple would use up all the mon­ey but wouldn’t be con­tent with just one item. They are not immune to spend­ing every­thing on non-brand­ed items, as quan­ti­ty, not brand names, is what tru­ly mat­ters to them.

Top 3: The Practical

Some peo­ple are always in search of a good find. In their mind, expen­sive brands do not nec­es­sar­i­ly trans­late to qual­i­ty, so they would rather buy one item and keep the rest of the mon­ey for the next poten­tial good buy.

Top 4: The Goal Saverways people handle money

Some peo­ple wouldn’t get tempt­ed into buy­ing any­thing for the $300 as they wouldn’t feel the need to cel­e­brate the wind­fall. Every cent should be saved for some­thing they have already decid­ed to buy or invest­ed in some­thing impor­tant, such as a car or a house.

Top 5: The Forgetful Saverways people handle money

Some peo­ple would save the full amount of $300, sim­i­lar to every cent they’ve received, but wouldn’t remem­ber set­ting the mon­ey aside. They are like­ly to have bank accounts that are dor­mant and draw­ers with some tucked-away cash for some­thing they may have also for­got­ten about.

What would you do if by some stroke of luck you end­ed up with $300? Tell us how you would han­dle the money.

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Top 5 things to do on the train or bus

things to do on the train or busMany peo­ple want to live near their place of work because catch­ing the bus or train is deemed by most to be time-con­sum­ing and excru­ci­at­ing­ly dull. Catch­ing pub­lic trans­port doesn’t have to be painful; in fact, it can even be an excel­lent use of time. We all know we can lis­ten to some music or a pod­cast, watch a video or a replay of an episode of Game of Thrones, or play games, but what oth­er inter­est­ing things can we do on the train or bus?

Top 1 thing to do on the train or bus: Work or study

Many peo­ple avoid tak­ing home work or study­ing at home as they see their dwelling place as a sacred space. If a long train or bus ride is unavoid­able, use this time to get some work done. Read, plan for the fol­low­ing day or even fin­ish reports on the train.

Top 2 thing to do on the train or bus: People-watch

things to do on the train or busI think people’s lives are fas­ci­nat­ing, and with the risk of seem­ing strange, I admit that I love peo­ple-watch­ing. I watch peo­ple incon­spic­u­ous­ly, so I don’t freak them out. Among my favourites are the dynam­ics between an exas­per­at­ed moth­er and a mis­chie­vous child, some­one sleep­ing on the train whose head keeps slid­ing down and into the wait­ing shoul­ders of a train mate, and how peo­ple act in an over­ly crowd­ed space where move­ment is a luxury.

Top 3 thing to do on the train or bus: Introspection

We’re too absorbed in every­thing hap­pen­ing around us that intro­spec­tion can only be done when we’ve got extra time on our hands. Train rides have allowed me to think about myself and my life — the good, the bad and the unknown. It’s not rare to find me star­ing into space, some­times with tears that could be born from joy or sad­ness. Don’t judge! 🙂

thngs to do on the train or busTop 4 thing to do on the train or bus: Arts and Crafts

Some peo­ple put on make­up on the train or bus. Some keep them­selves enter­tained. Oth­ers do cre­ative stuff — they sew, knit or draw. It’s amaz­ing how much peo­ple can accom­plish and how relaxed they feel after their artis­tic ses­sion on the train.

Top 5 thing to do on the train or bus: Write ideas in your journal.

I come up with my list of top 5s on the train or a list of stuff I need to do or can do. I write poems, sto­ries and songs. I come up with solu­tions to prob­lems, and some­times dis­cov­er prob­lems, and with the 10-min walk imme­di­ate­ly fol­low­ing my train ride, I find a solu­tion to them as well.

things to do on the train or bus

Find some­thing to do on the train or bus, and even your 1-hour trip will seem to go fast. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

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Top 5 questions you should never ask

never ask questionsWe love small talk. It has saved us in very uncom­fort­able sit­u­a­tions. How­ev­er, if you ask the wrong ques­tions, they might be the bane of your exis­tence. Here are the top 5 ques­tions you should nev­er ask:

NEVER ASK ‘How old are you?’ Unless you’re gath­er­ing data for a cen­sus, this ques­tion should nev­er be asked. If you work for a licensed venue, it’s bet­ter to request for a proof of age card. If ask­ing a person’s age is just out of curios­i­ty, you can ask this ques­tion after 15 min­utes of con­tin­u­ous talk­ing giv­en that it’s relat­ed to the top­ic you’ve been talk­ing about and by start­ing it with ‘I hope you don’t mind’ or ‘Would you mind…”

NEVER ASK ‘Why don’t you have children?’never ask questions

In some cul­tures, mar­ried cou­ples are expect­ed to have chil­dren and are assumed to want to have them. What bystanders don’t take into con­sid­er­a­tion are the couple’s cir­cum­stances and choice. Ask­ing this ques­tion can be espe­cial­ly offen­sive if hav­ing a child has been chal­leng­ing and heart-wrenching.

NEVER ASK ‘Why aren’t you married?’

There’s noth­ing wrong with being sin­gle and being asked that ques­tion some­times insin­u­ates that it is. We make choic­es every day, and this includes our choice to remain sin­gle or be in a relationship.

NEVER ASK ‘Do you know _________?’

This ques­tion is one usu­al­ly asked in small talk. When you say you’ve stud­ied at a par­tic­u­lar uni­ver­si­ty or lived in a par­tic­u­lar sub­urb, some can’t help but ask if you know some­one who used to study at the same uni­ver­si­ty or live in the same sub­urb. It’s quite rare that you get a ‘yes’ to this question.

never ask questionsNEVER ASK ‘Did you have your ________ done?’  In some coun­tries it’s com­mon to have one’s nose, breasts or bot­tom done. It’s so com­mon that it’s not kept a secret. How­ev­er, if you haven’t estab­lished a good rela­tion­ship with this per­son you sus­pect to have had some face or body enhance­ment, keep the query to your­self. When that per­son becomes more com­fort­able with you, s/he might just share this juicy infor­ma­tion freely.

There are so many ques­tions that are so tempt­ing to ask. Be sen­si­tive or at least think twice, three times or ten times before ask­ing these ques­tions you should nev­er ask.

The 5 best Game of Thrones lines

best game of thrones linesSince sea­son 7 of Game of Thrones is upon us, I’ve revis­it­ed the first six sea­sons. Watch­ing the episodes has allowed me to relive the dra­ma, excite­ment, and the best Game of Thrones lines. There are so many famous lines from the pop­u­lar HBO TV series sen­sa­tion that choos­ing the top 5 is almost next to impossible.

If you’re not a Game of Thrones fan but remains open to the pos­si­bil­i­ty of becom­ing one, please stop read­ing now as I’d hate to be your spoil­er. I mean it — STOP now.

Top 1: Tyrion’s con­fes­sion (Sea­son 4, Episode 8)

Video cred­its to Deventh. Video from Youtube.com.

I wish I had enough poi­son for the whole pack of you” was what Tyri­on pro­claimed after he had accept­ed the fact that there was no way he was going to get a fair tri­al in King’s Landing.

Top 2: Daenerys’s con­ver­sa­tion with Tyri­on (Sea­son 5, Episode 8)

Video cred­its to Crazy BOSH Videos. Video from Youtube.com.

Lan­nis­ter, Baratheon, Stark, Tyrell — they’re all just spokes on a wheel” was Daen­erys Targaryen’s response to Tyrion’s enu­mer­a­tion of the pow­er­ful families.

Top 3: The Night’s Watch’s excuse for killing Jon Snow (Sea­son 5, Episode 10)

Video cred­its to Mateo12485. Video from Youtube.com.

Young wildling-hater Olly lures Jon out of his office and into his wait­ing assas­sins. “For the watch” was what each Night’s Watch’s man said before stab­bing the heart­throb lord com­man­der of Cas­tle Black.

Top 4: Bran asks Hodor to keep it down (Sea­son 3, Episode 9)

Video cred­its to asdfvbmn951. Video from Youtube.com.

Bran and his trav­el gang were hid­ing from the Wildlings when Hodor start­ed to pan­ic. In response to this, Bran com­mand­ed him to stop and said, “Hush now, Hodor! No more hodoring!”.

Top 5: Tyri­on begs Varys to let him out of the car­riage (Sea­son 5, Episode 2)

After Tyri­on kills his father, Lord Varys took on the role of his sav­iour and hid him from Cer­sei. Lord Varys warned him of the dan­ger of going out of the car­riage, but Tyri­on was adamant that he need­ed to see and talk to some­one else. In one of Tyrion’s com­i­cal ban­ter with Varys, he said, “I need to talk to some­one with hair.”

It was dif­fi­cult to come up with just 5 of the best Game of Thrones lines, so I’m tempt­ed to play it safe by mak­ing this just the first 5 a long list. Maybe sea­son 7 will drown me in more quotable lines. I can’t wait!

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Top 5 tips to improve your spelling of English words

spelling of English wordsFor some peo­ple it’s easy to remem­ber the spelling of Eng­lish words; for oth­ers, it isn’t. If Eng­lish is sim­i­lar to your lan­guage mak­ing spelling chal­leng­ing for you or spelling is just dif­fi­cult for you (no excus­es need­ed), try some of my tips to improve your spelling of Eng­lish words.

Top 1: Write the word many times until it becomes muscle memory.

When you dri­ve, do you tell your­self the steps before you turn left or right, or do you sim­ply do it with­out think­ing? If you’ve got your dri­ver license, I trust it’s the lat­ter because by now the steps are mus­cle mem­o­ry. Make that your goal with spelling Eng­lish words as well. By writ­ing the dif­fi­cult-to-spell words sev­er­al times, it’ll become auto­mat­ic for your hand to spell them correctly.

Top 2: Draw parallelisms between the difficult-to-spell and easy-to-spell words.spelling of English words

Break the word into syl­la­bles and note which part you always mis­spell. Think of a word that is spelt the same way as the part you always get wrong and write it next to the word. For instance, if you always spell ‘real­ly’ with one L, work on fix­ing your spelling of the first part. Write ‘kill’, ‘doll’ or any word with dou­ble L that you can con­fi­dent­ly spell next to or above ‘real’ in the word ‘real­ly’.

Top 3: Say the letters to yourself out loud.

If you are an audi­to­ry learn­er, say the let­ters of the dif­fi­cult word to your­self. Say it out loud over and over again until you become con­fi­dent at spelling it. While say­ing it to your­self, you can also write it to cre­ate an audio-visu­al lock.

Top 4: Read. Just read.spelling of English words

You can stare at the word and just learn its spelling, or you can expose your­self to more words by read­ing dif­fer­ent kinds of texts on top­ics you’re inter­est­ed in. The more you see words, the more famil­iar you become with the pat­terns of let­ters, which will lead to your mas­tery of the spelling of many Eng­lish words.

Top 5: ‘Air-write’ the difficult-to-spell words.

Air-writ­ing cre­ates the con­nec­tion between your brain and your writ­ing hand to help you remem­ber the spelling of words. It’s sim­ple — first, write the word on a sheet of paper. Then, instead of writ­ing the same word sev­er­al times, let your index fin­ger trace over it many times. When you’re more con­fi­dent, try to air-write the word with­out the spelling guide.

Don’t let spelling put you down. Try two or three ways to improve your spelling of Eng­lish words and you’ll see the dif­fer­ence. Good luck with your spelling!

If you need help with your pro­nun­ci­a­tion of Eng­lish words, click on this. 🙂

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Top 5 basic phrases to learn before travelling to a country with a language different to yours

Trav­el­ling to a coun­try whose lan­guage isn’t the same as yours can be daunt­ing. It can take a few months or even a life­time to learn a new lan­guage, but you can learn some basic phras­es in their local lan­guage to help you get by. Below are the top 5 basic phras­es to learn in every language.

Top 1: Where is...?

For peo­ple who are geo­graph­i­cal­ly chal­lenged like me, it would be wise to learn how to say ‘Where is’ in the lan­guage of the coun­try you’re explor­ing. Write the name of the places you plan to vis­it so you can just say ‘Where is’ and point to the name. This strat­e­gy can also be handy when look­ing for a par­tic­u­lar item in a shop.

Top 2: Help me, please.

Polite­ness can do so many great things for you. Know­ing how to say ‘Help me’ and append­ing it with the pow­er­ful word ‘please’ will help you solve your prob­lems while overseas.

Top 3: Can I please have a…?

While over­seas you may be tempt­ed to go shop­ping for clothes, gad­gets, food and sou­venirs or eat out. Polite­ly ask­ing for things in the land’s local lan­guage will, with­out a doubt, help you get what you need or want.basic phrases to learn in every language

Top 4: Thank you.

A ‘thank you’ in the land’s local lan­guage after receiv­ing some assis­tance is min­i­mum require­ment. Your grate­ful­ness will not only make you look polite, but it will also paint a fab­u­lous pic­ture of your countrymen.

Top 5: I’m sorry.

Because most coun­tries are usu­al­ly cul­tur­al­ly dif­fer­ent from yours, you may do or say things that the locals may find offen­sive. Be sen­si­tive to this and rec­ti­fy the sit­u­a­tion with a quick and heart­felt ‘I’m sor­ry’ spo­ken in their language.

basic phrases to learn in every languageThere are oth­er basic phras­es I encour­age you to learn before you go on hol­i­day in a coun­try that has a dif­fer­ent lan­guage to yours. How­ev­er, if you don’t have time, the patience nor the apti­tude to learn more, mas­ter these five basic phras­es to learn in every lan­guage and be pre­pared to smile a lot. Don’t wor­ry — you should be alright.

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Top 5 reasons to have a dog

have a dogWhen we adopt a dog, we some­times think that we’re doing it a favour. What we don’t realise is that get­ting a dog can be life-chang­ing if you let your four-legged pal work its mag­ic on you and the peo­ple around you. Below is a list of top 5 rea­sons to have a dog.

Top 1 rea­son: Get­ting a dog can make you more responsible.

Get­ting a dog isn’t like get­ting a new gad­get; it’s like adopt­ing a child. The lazy you will not be able to cope with the respon­si­bil­i­ties of look­ing after it, which include feed­ing, bathing, walk­ing and train­ing it to be a fan­tas­tic canine. Your dog can be a reflec­tion of who you are. Shab­by and ill-bred dogs are deemed to be raised by irre­spon­si­ble ‘par­ents’, while the well-behaved and sweet ones are per­ceived to be prod­ucts of nur­tur­ing ones.

Top 2 rea­son: Chil­dren can under­stand the stages of life through dogs.have a dog

Sad­ly, if you have a dog in your younger years, it is unlike­ly you’ll out­live it. The aver­age life of dogs is from 10 to 13 years. Through your dog’s life, chil­dren will learn about and appre­ci­ate the stages of life with the growth, devel­op­ment and pass­ing of their dog.

Top 3 rea­son: Dogs can turn you into a self­less person.

As you pro­vide for and help your dog go through life, you become less self-absorbed with yours. Even if it’s dif­fi­cult to walk your dog on a cold winter’s day or a hot summer’s day, you’ll still do it out of love.

Top 4 rea­son: Dogs make you for­get your problems.have a dog

Dogs have an uncan­ny way of just being there for you when you need a friend. I have good mem­o­ries of sit­ting next to my pup and telling him about my hor­ri­ble day while he looked at me with his kind pup­py eyes. I remem­ber the fun­ny things he did that cracked me up and relaxed me.

Top 5 rea­son: Dogs force you to lead a healthy life.

Long walks and exhaust­ing chas­es are inevitable if you’d like to have a healthy dog. As you help your dog achieve this, you, too, become fit. My oth­er blog entry titled Top 5 rea­sons to walk your dog dis­cuss­es the ben­e­fits in more detail.

have a dogIt’s real­ly great to have a dog, a love­ly crea­ture that gives us so much by just being itself. Your dog can be your best friend, psy­chol­o­gist, phys­i­cal train­er, and so many oth­ers if you let it.

Top 5 reasons why Philippine TV is better than Australian TV

Philippine TV better than Australian TVWatch­ing TV is usu­al­ly enter­tain­ing in the Philip­pines, but not in Aus­tralia. Aus­tralian TV does not have noon­time vari­ety shows, extreme­ly mushy and cheezy soap opera fea­tur­ing pop­u­lar actors, and late-night news. With­out good TV, Fil­ipinos are com­pelled to sub­scribe to The Fil­ipino Chan­nel (TFC), Net­flix, Stan, or ille­gal­ly down­load movies or TV series. Arguably, Philip­pine TV is bet­ter than Aus­tralian TV. Here are the top 5 rea­sons behind this claim.

Top 1: There aren’t a lot of homegrown Australian TV shows.

Although there are almost the same num­ber of TV chan­nels, there are only a few authen­tic Aus­tralian pro­grams. It’s com­mon to find plen­ty of Amer­i­can and British TV pro­grams and doc­u­men­taries. They also have some chan­nels that car­ry tele­vi­sion show fran­chis­es, such as Mas­terChef, The Chase, Who wants to be a Mil­lion­aire and others.

Top 2: Aussie TV lacks variety.
Philippine TV better than Australian TV

In the morn­ings, you get extreme­ly long morn­ing talk shows, and in the evenings, you can only choose from a cook­ing show, a celebri­ty search pro­gram or some­times sports. I watched My Kitchen Rules for 2 to 3 months, and I’m cur­rent­ly watch­ing Mas­terchef which will go for anoth­er two months. I miss the choic­es I used to take for grant­ed when I was still in the Philippines.

Top 3: The top channels’ news programs include a lot of irrelevant information.

Philippine TV better than Australian TVIt’s frus­trat­ing that only SBS and ABC deliv­er prop­er news. The top chan­nels don’t include much about the news around the world but fea­ture fun­ny clips from YouTube. Their news also func­tions as an adver­to­r­i­al for big brands at times and obsess­es over the weath­er. The weath­er news is deliv­ered in three parts. Yes, in 3 parts, with numer­ous teasers before it. They don’t even have late-night news shows for peo­ple who have missed the one aired on prime­time TV.

Top 4: The TV program timetable is unpredictable.

It’s quite dif­fi­cult to keep track of what’s on for the day because of the chang­ing time slots. It’s just too com­pli­cat­ed. I watch a par­tic­u­lar show from Sun­days through Thurs­days, but some­times it’s not broad­cast­ed on Sun­days. If I want­ed to watch Mod­ern Fam­i­ly, I wouldn’t have a clue when it’s on as its time slot always changes. There were weeks when it was my sta­ple for a week­day and Sun­day. Then, it just dis­ap­peared for months.

Top 5: The upcoming or now showing films aren’t advertised on TV.

It’s bad enough that there’s not much to watch on Aus­tralian TV, but for the view­ing pub­lic to be deprived of trail­ers of the cur­rent movies in the cin­e­mas at the moment is depress­ing. I would like to be updat­ed on which films I can watch every week.

Philippine TV better than Australian TV

The lack of choic­es and the qual­i­ty of TV pro­grams can be attrib­uted to the Aus­tralians’ love for the out­doors and get-togeth­ers. More­over, TV pro­duc­tion is far more expen­sive in Australia.

Now that it’s win­ter in Aus­tralia, wouldn’t it be just fan­tas­tic to have the option to watch good Aus­tralian TV every day?