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Chat about "Truth" topics

7.30 pm Drinks/Dinner/Discussion 9:30 pm Finish

Location: The Royal Melbourne Hotel, 629 Bourke Street Melbourne, near the corner of King Street.

5 minutes walk from Southern Cross Station, on the 86 and 96 tram routes and 1 block away from the 112, 109, 75, 70 and 48 tram routes.

Parking available in King Street after 7pm, unmetered parking in surrounding streets 7.30 pm onwards.

Bring a Hard or Thumb Drive,

All Welcome! :)

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  • Saulaitys

    Thanks again to all who attended & for the constructive discussion at the end of the movie. As I promised here is the link to the commendable site from the makers of the Four Horsemen film:

    For something more Melbourne local on the same theme is a link to a 3CR radio show which airs Wed 5:30-6pm:

    July 16, 2014

  • Helen

    The movie was very interesting and covered a wide area of issues.

    July 15, 2014

    • Saulaitys

      Thanks Helen, your contribution in the discussion after the doco finished was both very interesting & covered an even wider area too!

      July 16, 2014

  • Jason

    Sorry folks. I can not attend on Monday. I have some prior appointment that I have to attend. I am not sure how I change RSVP from I am going, to not going. Maybe I might attend the next one. Cheers

    July 13, 2014

  • Saulaitys

    I plan to show a doco film called the "Four Horsemen" (2012 - nothing to do with '2012'!), it's about 100 minutes or 1:38 long, for the best introductory interview with director Ross Ashcroft by Max Keiser (start watching from 12:55 minutes in E591) see here:

    (You don't have to bring a Hard Drive or Flash/Thumb drive, but only if you want to!)

    July 6, 2014

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