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    australian
  • a native or inhabitant of Australia
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Australia or its inhabitants or its languages; "Australian deserts"; "Australian aborigines"
  • A native or national of Australia, or a person of Australian descent
  • (australia) a nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; Aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony
    gold coin
  • A gold coin is a coin made mostly or entirely of gold. Gold has been used for coins practically since the invention of coinage, originally because of gold's intrinsic value.
  • (Gold Coins) Gold dollar | Quarter Eagle ($2.50) | Three-dollar piece | Half Eagle ($5) | Eagle ($10) | Double Eagle ($20)
  • (Gold Coins) Material/physical wealth indicated

Divine Intervention (OR my Mr. Bean moment)
Divine Intervention (OR my Mr. Bean moment)
The other day, I was in very good spirits, and decided that, after a long absence from the gym, it was time to revisit the Shrine of Mens Sana in Corpore Sano again. There was a group exercise class on in 20 minutes, plenty of time to get ready and stroll over. Here in Sydney, the health club industry is monopolized by a Firm, which runs many well equipped “cookie cutter” gym outlets throughout the city (and runs them with the stiffest policies and snottiest little “customer service” helpers ever). The benefit of joining the Firm’s kingdom, is that once you become a health peon in one, you can use any other “torture castle” around town too. And, although I am not too impressed with the Firm’s mainstream approach, I can’t deny the benefits, and am, in fact, in the peon ranks too. However, when you go to gym, you have to have a two dollar coin, which you can “drop” into the locker for keeping your stuff. After you finish with the locker, and you unlock it, the coin drops out and you can take it with you, perhaps use it in a vending machine just outside, for a can of coke, or some other healthy drink like that. In my standard gym, if you forget a coin, the Reception will keep your keys as a deposit and lend you their own 2 dollar coin, thereby ensuring that if you want your keys back, you better remember to bring back their little coin. When I reached this particular gym (which is NOT the standard one I frequent), I realized I only have one 10 dollar note and many little coins, but no two dollar coin. So, naturally, I offered my keys to the Receptionist. But this Castle had different rules, and rejected to keep the keys. Even after calling the Castle supervisor, they still could not approve this act of trustworthiness (of them!) and asked me to bring my things to the reception for safekeeping. This, for me, was not an option. What followed after that was a 10 minute exercise of doing everything I could think of to get a 2 dollar coin (and make it for the start of the class!)- flirting, reasoning, threatening, pleading, eye-rolling and even the silent treatment. Noting worked. Finally, I tried the simplest thing, something that would usually result in a blatant lie delivered with a cold smile from any retailer - asked them to change the 10 dollar bill. And, this – they agreed to - and handed me the full amount in two dollar coins! With a Mr. Bean-like triumphant grin, I ran off to the locker room, kicking off my shoes on the way and feeling quite content to be on time for class. Locker room was full of available lockers, their little metal doors standing ajar, and I just chose one at random. And guess what? In that locker, I discovered there was already a two dollar coin waiting for me- someone had forgotten it! Agghhhhhhh!
2010-05-25 04-36-42 Australian 2 Dollar Coin - IMG 7925
2010-05-25 04-36-42 Australian 2 Dollar Coin - IMG 7925
Australian Two Dollar coin. This was captured with Reverse Lens attachment fitted to Canon EF 18-55 mm lens. The coin is approximately 3/4 of an inch in diameter. It is gold in colour but reflected light has reduced that on portions of surface.

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