Babestation began in late 2002, as a post-watershed two-hour programme (11pm-1am) on computer game channel Game Network UK.Babestation featured two women taking calls (unheard by the TV audience) whilst the rest of the screen was filled by viewers' text messages and one presenter, who improvised and reacted to the messages.
“It’s very old-school,” Emily Pitt, a 24-year-old from the former gold rush town of Gulgong, tells AFP.
Surrounded by vast tracts of wheat and canola, Ariah Park, some 400 kilometres west of Sydney, is better known for grain-growing than big parties.
If you encounter abusive content on Facebook, do you press the “Report abuse” button?
Facebook has lifted the veil on the processes it puts into action when one of its 900 million users reports abuse on the site, in a post the Facebook Safety Group published earlier this week on the site.
Chai cancer Care: 08 of services for Jewish cancer patients and their families and friends.