Wednesday Forum: August 9, 2017

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  1. Baldrick

    Translation: I’ll #walkwithyou to the roof.

    Lol … champagne comedy calli

  2. Stimpson J. Cat

    Appears turnbull has lowered the voting age to 16 for the plebiscite.

    And rightly so.
    Kids younger than six can be LGBTIQ or transgender.
    They deserve to vote on this.
    The next plebiscite we can get them to lower the age of consent too.
    We will wait at least five years before the animal plebiscite.
    It takes time to teach a beagle to write.

  3. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Ok, I’ll bite.

    It’s not about colour, it’s about culture

    Its about a glacial genocide and replacement.

  4. .

    Sure Makka.

    Just make stuff up like Tom when your IQ fails.

  5. Baldrick

    Appears turnbull has lowered the voting age to 16 for the plebiscite.

    Fake news Gab. This from the AEC tells otherwise.

  6. Makka

    As far as I’m aware dotty is STILL ok with more moslem migration here . I don’t understand the attraction, quite frankly.

  7. Fisky

    Oh look! Here’s dotty saying “there’s nothing to worry about” when the Labor government opened the floodgates.

    .
    #281833, posted on September 4, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    Without mandatory sentencing, TPVs, etc we’d be completely vulnerable to this tactic.

    Vulnerable?

    We had no detention before 1994. It costs up to $50k to get here. What normally happens when demand goes up? The price increases as demand shifts along the demand curve.

    There’s nothing to worry about and there is a feedback mechanism to control for it.

  8. H B Bear

    Makka – the falafels and tabbouleh. Obviously.

  9. Andreas

    Is this where we get to post links from the archive, showing that Dot repeatedly called for MORE refugees to enter the country, opposed boat turnbacks, and wanted to #bringthemhere, etc?? I hope so!

    Or posts of m0nty saying refugees and migrants pouring into Germany would be great for its economy. Now he’s saying the same is bad for Egypt?

    m0nty
    #2465878, posted on August 11, 2017 at 6:23 pm
    mole, as you well know, that is complicated because much of the immigration is uncontrolled with refugees from neighbouring war zones. The scale is nothing like what Australia deals with, thus it is not comparable. Try again.

  10. Gab

    Baldrick, I did say “appears” to be. I’m more than happy to be wrong on this. However, reading through that thread, it appears 16yo children can vote.

    If it is true, I wonder if the gay lobby will suddenly change their tiny bigoted minds and decide a plebiscite would be a Good Thing?

  11. Makka

    dotty,
    LDP policy is to remove the Navy from OSB.

  12. C.L.

    It’s hilarious how the LDP has a policy on citizens initiated referenda (which they got from the League of Rights by the way), but are now virtue signalling against the gay marriage plebiscite!

    Really? They’re against it?
    LOL. They’re such Bahnisch banger junkies. Worse than heroin.

  13. .

    I don’t know Baldrick.

    https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2017L01006

    (4) In this section:
    elector means a person:
    (a) enrolled on the Commonwealth electoral roll at the end of 24 August 2017; or
    (b) who has made a valid application for enrolment on the Commonwealth electoral roll before the end of 24 August 2017.

    Poor drafting. Or is it?!

  14. Frank

    Said before that I suspect Carland is a mere media muslim, once the buzz of defying mum wore off.

    As to her LGBT community sympathies, that might be familial.

    One never knows.

    Surely you jest, Waleed couldn’t be about to come over all Laurence of Arabia on us?

  15. .

    That’s right Fisk, stop doling out welfare and the detritus of other societies will likely stop coming.

  16. Baldrick

    Gab
    #2465912, posted on August 11, 2017 at 6:52 pm
    Baldrick, I did say “appears” to be.

    Gab, I wouldn’t worry about what the threadsters say. According to the AEC 16 and 17 year olds will not be able to participate in the ‘survey’.
    In any event, there’s still a High Court challenge lodged by Andrew Wilkie to hurdle yet.

  17. Makka

    dot: There’s nothing to worry about and there is a feedback mechanism to control for it.

    Page 146, Sect (c), Clause 1.3 of the Economics for Libertarians textbook, dated 1886.

    The real world has moved on ,dotty.

  18. .

    “Da real world” exists outside of the laws of economics to Makka. He’s like a starry eyed temp in the Castro administration.

  19. Chris

    Waleed couldn’t be about to come over all Laurence of Arabia on us?

    I am taking a hand off approach on that one.

  20. Baldrick

    .
    #2465915, posted on August 11, 2017 at 6:53 pm
    I don’t know Baldrick …

    Yeah, 16 and 17 year olds can be provisionally enrolled to vote, but they’re not included on the electrol roll until they turn 18 and that’s where they’ll be getting the names for the mailout list.

  21. H B Bear

    Relax. I’m sure the only 16 and 17 yo voting will be under the close supervision of GetUp.

  22. Makka

    “Da real world” exists outside of the laws of economics to Makka. He’s like a starry eyed temp in the Castro administration.

    Lol, laws in economics? You mean real science? Dickhead.

    The real world certainly exists outside your autistic small mind dotty. Your worldly experience consisting of expeditions to Walgett isn’t really helping you here.

  23. jupes

    He’s like a starry eyed temp in the Castro administration.

    LOL.

    Says the “starry eyed temp” in the back office of the DLP.

  24. Bruce of Newcastle

    This could be fun.

    If the postal vote is an anonymous form the usual suspects could photocopy thousands of ballots and send them in. The ABS wouldn’t be able to tell which was valid and which was fake.

    If the ballot has personal identifying information on it that would let the ABS, which is strapped for cash, to do all sorts of entertaining data mining in conjunction with their census data.

    So if you vote yes, and suddenly start getting ads in the mail for rainbow coloured wedding cakes, you’ll know who to blame.

  25. DrBeauGan

    Delta A
    #2465885, posted on August 11, 2017 at 6:28 pm
    DR BG, your reports are a treat!

    A few questions, if I may:

    Is there any discussion about homosexual ‘marriage’? (Apparently, it’s the only thing happening in Oz at the moment.) If so, what are the residents’ views?

    Is ‘climate change’ an issue? I’m interested to know if the same frivolous issues which dominate our media carry the same clout in a less privileged society.

    What is the (perfect) temperature there atm – day and night – and is there much seasonal variation?

    I haven’t heard a mention of climate change or the rest of the loony left obsessions. The only mention of homosexuality was my guide who wanted to know how I felt about it. I told him. I was very tolerant and thought that we shouldn’t throw them off rooftops as a general thing. You see blokes walking around holding hands occasionally. Likewise young girls. Nobody makes a fuss. This strikes me as sane and civilised.

    The temperature outside goes from 31° at the hottest down to 28° at night. This seems to not vary with the date much. With a ceiling fan but no Aircon this is OK, but I prefer something cooler. I switched my Aircon off last night because it was too cold. Of course, one adapts to it. I had two sheets over me in bed. I slept almost naked under a ceiling fan in the house.

    Of course, I can’t read the newspapers, so don’t know what the pseudointellectual class thinks. If ‘thinks’ is the word I want. I have successfully avoided the expat community, so don’t know their beliefs either.

    Calli, I spent two weeks in China last September with Spiky. A sequence of five star hotels, in the bigger cities, very different from my present expedition. I enjoyed it immensely, although Chinese Chinese restaurants aren’t anything like as good as French or Australian Chinese restaurants. Have a great time.

    I bought the dragon doorknocker, which is my avatar, in Shanghai. He keeps evil spirits away. Actually, I think evil spirits avoid me anyway. Although they took over my Sri Lankan landlady, but that happened before I arrived.

    I rather wanted to buy a pair of foo dogs, really lions, to guard my home. About a metre and a half tall would have been good. But I couldn’t have fitted them in my luggage.

  26. Oh come on

    Thing is that even if the plebiscite is a majority no, the almost inevitable Shorten Labor govt will ram SSM legislation through the HoR on day one of his govt. Probably accompanying an apology to the alphabet soup community. He’s going to want to outdo Rudd. I think SSM is inevitable.

  27. .

    Baldrick

    I assume this might be your bread and butter but I reckon there might be truth to this rumour.

    It may not even be important that the direction has its own definitions, but rather it had no provision to disqualify provisional electors.

    Note s 100 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act. It actually defines those who might be on so called provisional rolls as electors, even though they are disqualified from voting:

    (3) An elector:

    (a) whose name has been placed on a Roll in pursuance of a claim made under section 100; and

    (b) who has not attained 18 years of age on the date fixed for the polling in an election;

    is not entitled to vote at that election.

    This isn’t voting and this isn’t an election, apparently.

    Have a read of the explanatory statement. Talk about a sneaky workaround re the so called “no need to table this”. I couldn’t find anything that would bar 16 and 17 year olds from filling it out.

    Had a quick look and couldn’t see anything prohibiting 16 and 17 year olds being surveyed elsewhere.

    Are conservatives sure they want to see 16 and 17-year-olds basically voting on this issue? Or at least having the government draft such poorly worded “Henry VIII” style orders that “can’t be repealed”. (This is another avenue of a possible legal challenge…).

    This is a lawyers picnic. Strike a light there must be silks out their fainting in anticipation of a seven figure payday.

    All it needed was one subsection to specify “electors, 18 and over….”

  28. BrettW

    Bernard Gaynor .com.au has two good posts up on his blog about ADF recruitment policy. Even has an extract of of the spread sheet that confirms males not required. Oops sorry, white Anglo males.

    This country is being led by total morons and they have now infested military HQ’s. Gaynor rightly attributes this PC diversity agenda to Liz Broderick and David Morrison.

  29. Shelley

    But do the residents of Armadale really all want a bunch of refugees dumped in their midst?

  30. Gab

    If I’d known what I know now I’d have taken Mama’s hotel and restaurant first off,

    Maybe, but your missives wouldn’t have been as much fun to read, DrBG.

  31. Oh come on

    Unless we have a really good public debate in the run-up to this plebiscite, which I think is unlikely.

    Every mainstream political leader is pro-SSM. Are there any prominent opponents of SSM who don’t have political baggage (like, say, Pauline Hanson) who could make the no case eloquently?

  32. .

    “The ABS’s authority derives from s 90B of the CEA…”

    http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_act/cea1918233/s90b.html

    That isn’t exactly clear since the direction defined participants as electors and electors are defined by s 100 as being on the roll…

  33. Gab

    On the issue of marriage I think the reality is there is a cultural, religious, historical view around that which we have to respect. The party’s position is very clear that this is an institution that is between a man and a woman.

    – Penny Wong.

  34. jupes

    You see blokes walking around holding hands occasionally.

    Doesn’t necessarily mean they’re poofs. I don’t know about Sri Lanka but in PNG it is the done thing for blokes to hold hands.

  35. jupes

    Gaynor rightly attributes this PC diversity agenda to Liz Broderick and David Morrison.

    Maybe, however Morrison didn’t start the insidious culture, he just accelerated it.

    Unbelievably the replacements for Broderick and Morrison are worse.

  36. Tom

    Every mainstream political leader is pro-SSM.

    … which is why the proletariat will tell them all to get a fucking dog up ’em.

  37. It’s not about colour, it’s about culture. Race often defines culture, but not always, for instance I am no great fan of Germans, their culture is basically fucked, two world wars and now catching the rest of Europe in the crossfire while trying to blow their own brains out takes some doing.

    “I am no great fan of Germans, apart from that bloke Adolph, his policies were ace. Oh wait, he was Austrian, wasn’t he? So Germans can get stuffed.”

    The importance of maintaining a largely homogeneous culture is that you don’t have serious schisms along which a society might fracture. How often have two separate cultures existed in the some place for extended periods only to wind up at each other’s throats? The great thing about Australia is that this hasn’t been a serious issue in the past, so now our idiotic government is working hard to “correct” this previously sensible approach.

    Oh dear. rickw has no understanding of the history of racial and secular conflict in Australia. Apparently Catholics and Protestants have always gambolled hand-in-hand down the streets of every town, with no grievances. Which is funny, because he’d agree with much of the DLP’s gear.

    Diversity of culture only leads to conflict over trivial matters, high functioning teams and indeed countries cannot be culturally diverse, otherwise all their energy is expended on trivial matters. A culturally monochrome country can become wealthy (Japan), but a culturally diverse country cannot (Most of Africa and PNG, although PNG does have some chance if they manage to forge a unified PNG culture.). Note the amount of energy Singapore expends maintains and building a notion of “Singaporean” across diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds. The Singaporeans are smart, they understand the importance of trying to monochrome culture in their country (This isn’t about food either FFS).

    Crimmins. This analysis ignores many multicultural success stories, with the USA primary among them. “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” says rickw, “and I’ll back them into the sea at gunpoint.”

    When you don’t have cultural diversity, energy can then be expended on more productive things. The most productive teams have intellectual diversity and a diversity of experience, but not cultural diversity. Understanding the base premise of each other allows everyone to focus on the different views and perspectives of the task at hand.

    Mmyes rickw, and the trains would run on time. Imagine the efficiency dividend from all that liebensraum tilled by ranks of Aryan supermen! Glorious.

  38. calli

    Thanks for the info re China, guys. My daughter is there about once every six weeks, but she goes to factories, not tourist stuff. She reckons you could cut the air there with a knife.

    The Beloved celebrates his 65th on the mighty Yangtze, somewhere near the three gorges dam. Poor old bloke. 🙂

    I like your knocker Dr Beau. It scares me even though I’m not remotely demonish, except towards bin chickens who stray into the garden to suck up earthworms. (The equivalent of Gab’s possums). My doorbell has a flying pig on top called Babe. No one ever rings it as they just walk in. Babe scares no one.

  39. Roger

    But do the residents of Armadale really all want a bunch of refugees dumped in their midst?

    Armidale.

    Probably not, but the local councillors and business leaders evidently expect that the settlement program will stimulate the local economy.

    They are likely to find that the promised government funding does not cover all the social costs.

    One hopes, for their sake, that the majority of refugees are Christian.

  40. .

    Sorry Baldrick, by s 100 I mean s 93.

    Subsection (4).

    (4) Notwithstanding section 100 or any enrolment in pursuance of a claim made under that section, for the purposes of this Act in its application in relation to an election, a person who has not attained 18 years of age on the date fixed for the polling in that election shall not be taken to be:

    (a) entitled to be enrolled on a Roll; or

    (b) enrolled on a Roll.

    But…this isn’t an election.

  41. jupes

    But do the residents of Armadale really all want a bunch of refugees dumped in their midst?

    Depends. Are they Muslims? Will they want a mosque in the near future?

  42. .

    Important bit:

    for the purposes of this Act in its application in relation to an election.

  43. stackja

    My postal vote came in an envelope. I voted, put in provided numbered envelope. Law says AEC open envelope and remove ballot.

  44. Shelley

    Oh yes Roger, I always get them mixed up. The SBas report seemed to indicate that the entire town was begging for them

  45. Robber Baron

    I have polled my friends. All open minded intelligent people. About half are ALP/Green supporters. Less than half support SSM. SSM is going down.

  46. Baldrick

    This is a lawyers picnic. Strike a light there must be silks out their fainting in anticipation of a seven figure payday.

    Agree Dot. With this going before the High Court there’ll be challenges aplenty.

  47. zyconoclast

    Hinch admitted to having sex with a 15-year-old female when he was in his early thirties, although he stated he “thought she was about 25”
    In the dark?

    So Hinch shags a short 15 y.o. Iranian man/boy in 1969, says it was a 25 year woman. Believable!

    Remember 262,000 Victoriastanis voted for this geriatric, alcoholic, liver transplanted, ‘molesting’
    @arse-clown

  48. Tel

    It’s hilarious how the LDP has a policy on citizens initiated referenda (which they got from the League of Rights by the way), but are now virtue signalling against the gay marriage plebiscite!

    https://theyvoteforyou.org.au/divisions/senate/2016-11-07/1

    David Leyonhjelm NSW Liberal Democratic Party voted Yes in support of the Plebiscite (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill 2016.

  49. BrettW

    Earlier today was getting into the car and heard part a call by Qld police officer to Ben Davies 4BC. Have tried to find the call again as missed first part.

    What I did hear was that a training course was about to start and three females dropped out a few days earlier so they called three males to tell them not to attend.

    Caller also mentioned grading of potential recruits. Due to the current 50/50 policy some A grade males were not being accepted but C grade females were.

    The call was around 4.20pm. Anybody know where to find it as it was hard to believe about the males being told not to turn up ?

    On a similar topic was talking to a male cop. He mentioned a recent night shift in Fortitude Valley where a female was told her partner would be another female. Female said she would prefer being partnered with a male to which the reply was “now you know how we feel””.

  50. .

    Yes Tel,

    This postal thing isn’t a plebiscite, it is a “survey” which 16 year olds will vote in if it is upheld. It is quickly becoming a stuttering clusterfuck of a miserable failure. This was ordered by the “Minister for 2GB”!

  51. I do think Malcolm’s given up, that’s the point I should have made. I just think… I don’t think he’s going to survive because I think he’s just given up. I think he wakes up in the morning and says

    “I’ve got absolutely no fucking idea what to do when I get to the desk”.

    Those who know Turnbull, know he’s never had an original idea in his life.
    Those who know Turnbull, know he couldn’t organise a root in a brothel with a fist full of fifties..
    Those who know Turnbull, know he’s not working for us.

    Turnbull is following orders.

  52. zyconoclast

    Has anyone asked the Islamic voting bloc of their views on the SSM postal voting plebicite?

    I suspect they will be all for it.
    It is another step to legalised polygamy.
    Once this is achieved, they can re-commence defenestration.

  53. egg_

    50 Shades of sTan Grant on 7.30
    Looks like he’s on no. 49 – the Hussein Bolt blend.

  54. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    On a similar topic was talking to a male cop. He mentioned a recent night shift in Fortitude Valley where a female was told her partner would be another female. Female said she would prefer being partnered with a male to which the reply was “now you know how we feel””

    Mate of mine was “in the job” several years ago, when the push was on for more female officers, preferably with degrees. He got partnered with one of these ladies on her first shifts. Got sent to whatever incident, and told to” leave their belts in the car.”

    It turned nasty, she locked herself in the car…he got a hiding. She was sent on stress leave and offered counseling, he got out of casualty, was told “have the rest of the day off, see you tomorrow.

  55. Snoopy

    But do the residents of Armadale really all want a bunch of refugees dumped in their midst?

    Armidale is a university town full of rather plain women who wear sensible shoes. The thought of a couple of hundred, not particularly choosey, young men loose in the town excites them.

  56. Insider comments on the key players are:
    • Turnbull is ‘small’, ‘an idiot’, ‘a fool’ and is being used by external parties. He’s happy with this because there’s power and influence in it for him..
    • Payne: She doesn’t know what she’s doing and she has no experience. She is referred to as ‘the fat useless bitch’..
    • Pyne: ‘He is scum’, ‘Worse than Turnbull’. He’s the ‘whisperer’ in Payne’s ear..

    There is an EU (French) link with Turnbull and thence with Pyne and Subs.
    Payne is just ‘in the chair’.

  57. zyconoclast

    If the millions of excess military age unmarried cannon fodder males left Egypt, (so the old men could collect bigger wifeherds) and went to Venezuela, wouldn’t that be the demand side stimulus to create a socialist economic miracle?.

    That would depend on what they demanded.
    Halal flamingos and rats?

  58. John Constantine

    The Mother of All Bombs solution would be to vote yes to gay marriage and let slip the activists of the left.

    There would be enough time before the shorten foundation rolls into the unloseable election to see the full cultural marxism let loose by a yes vote.

    Mightn’t stop the shortfilth reich, but might save enough furniture in the senate for non-filth parties to slow the corruptocracy.

    Could be the difference between a minority kleptocracy and a full on handover to their transnational League of Looting Despots

  59. Tel

    Once this is achieved, they can re-commence defenestration.

    It will make things a lot easier if the gay community register themselves… you know, just like gun owners.

  60. Steve trickler.

    In the Google, YouTube universe.

    Not trending well.



    I wonder why that is?

  61. zyconoclast

    Once this is achieved, they can re-commence defenestration.
    It will make things a lot easier if the gay community register themselves… you know, just like gun owners.

    No need to register.
    They are happy to self identify.

  62. Stimpson J. Cat

    It will make things a lot easier if the gay community register themselves… you know, just like gun owners.

    If you are hinting at suggesting they all wear a brown starfish I don’t like where this is heading…

  63. Pedro the Ignorant

    Last time I saw Armidale NSW, it was a real laid back, easy going whitebread town, lots of scruffy students and bushy types. Nice spot.

    200 surly and swarthy moslem supremacists thrown into the mix should go down well.

    I will give it six months before 99% of the 200 have disappeared into the Sydney ghettos, the other 1% will be in Goulburn Supermax.

  64. rickw

    Oh dear. rickw has no understanding of the history of racial and secular conflict in Australia. Apparently Catholics and Protestants have always gambolled hand-in-hand down the streets of every town, with no grievances. Which is funny, because he’d agree with much of the DLP’s gear.

    Did I say this didn’t happen / wasn’t a problem? (For the record I was a Protestant at a school dominated by catholic cousins so I would suggest that my knowledge of this is rather more extensive than yours)

    Crimmins. This analysis ignores many multicultural success stories, with the USA primary among them. “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” says rickw, “and I’ll back them into the sea at gunpoint.”

    The USA successfully pushes a single culture, so successful in the past that they could get Gen 1 Germans to go back and enthusiastically kill their errant cousins. Multiracial, yes, multicultural, no.

    Mmyes rickw, and the trains would run on time. Imagine the efficiency dividend from all that liebensraum tilled by ranks of Aryan supermen! Glorious.

    Ok, you’re a fuckwit, I get that.

  65. Beef

    Armidale is a university town full of rather plain women who wear sensible shoes.

    The one’s who are in danger are the girls living in the dorms at Smith House. If it is the same as in my yoof.
    They outnumber boys at least 10-1 maybe more. Most of the guys I ever saw there were us locals having spent the evening at the Imperial Hotel, looking for an invite back for the after parties fun.

    Beg to differ on the plain, most were out of towners, boarding away after leaving High School from all parts.
    A better place to be a young man*, with Both UNE and Teachers college in a relatively small place I find hard to imagine.

    * Provided sex drugs n rock n roll was your MO….Guilty on all counts.

    I would be very wary if the horde were Muslims. I shall speak with some rellies on the upshot of this.

  66. egg_

    50 Shades of sTan Grant

    Zanetti:
    “Stan Grant comes from a minority racial community. He says he faced racism. So did I. As have millions of others. Stan faced racism as a white man…”

    Irishman?

  67. Mitch M.

    China pledges neutrality – unless US strikes North Korea first

    Did Trump really think he could make China do something about NK? Now China is calling his bluff.

  68. Rohan

    Oh boy, Facechook is a great look into the lefty delusion. Just saw a post that was shared. It stated:

    PLEASE DO NOT PUT GLITTER IN YOUR PLEBISCITE RESPONSE.

    It may disqualify your response. This is not the time, this could easily be rejected, and every vote is important.

    Has this course of action actually been preposed by the LGBTQWERTY crowd?

  69. jupes

    Great game at Etihad.

    GWS are my second team and Toby Greene is my favourite (non-Eagles) player.

  70. Robber Baron

    Yes Riccardo. Who does Turnbull take his orders from? I often ask myself the very same question. As far as l can tell he is the enemy of the Australian people but a hero for “the State.”

  71. stackja

    Mitch – Red China don’t have it.

  72. calli

    The man dubbed the unofficial “mayor” of the tent city, Lanz Priestly, said some people would go to “friends’ places” or “friends’ backyards”, but others had no such option.

    Liar. They were offered hotel accommodation.

    Lanz, on the other hand, should be put on a plane straight back to Auckland. With “Never to Return” branded on his bum.

  73. Beef

    areff
    #2465872, posted on August 11, 2017 at 6:20 pm
    Rocket Eade on being sacked by the Gold Coast Suns They’re lucky to have survived Rocket, the ultimate example of the valued Australian trait, failing upward.

    Truer words have not left your pen. And I’ve read lots of your missive over a long time.
    He has to have been the most useless excuses for a leader of men that have graced a arena.
    When they announced him to take the job I really had to take a double look. From that moment, the careers of so many bright eyed young men were doomed.

  74. Makka

    Darius through the human turnstile, Baloney!

  75. rickw

    Doesn’t necessarily mean they’re poofs. I don’t know about Sri Lanka but in PNG it is the done thing for blokes to hold hands.

    PNG: the failure to release after handshake and maintain for the whole conversation is great!

  76. Atoms for Peace

    Stimp. You do realise that brown starfish can be bleached these days? Nice sideline for gastro enterologists, once they get the bleaching impression trays sorted out. Size O, OO etc

  77. Fisky

    https://capx.co/the-macron-lovefest-is-long-gone/

    As he finally leaves Paris for a few days’ holiday in an undisclosed location, an embattled Emmanuel Macron must be rueing the day he so comprehensively creamed Marine Le Pen in the television debate that sealed his election victory last spring.

    Macron won two-thirds of the vote in the second round in good part because most of the French, including many of Marine’s own supporters, judged that her performance, better suited to an after-dinner boozy get-together, disqualified her from the job.

    Ever since, the Front National has been in disarray, with divisions, accusations, resignations, and a likely forthcoming split. As a result, the FN, once hopeful of 30 or 40 seats in the National Assembly— which would have qualified it twice over to form a Parliamentary group — is all but absent from the political scene, with only eight, mostly demoralised, MPs.

    Ideally, Emmanuel Macron’s Opposition would have gathered the tattered remnants of a split centre-right and decimated Socialist opposition, with two extremes more or less cancelling themselves — the FN on one hand and Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s radical Left France Insoumise on the other.

    Now, the president’s poll numbers, as for every single one of his predecessors at around this time of their first year in office, are in free fall (from 54 per cent to 34 per cent favourable opinions in three weeks) and his magic is no longer working.

    His wife is unpopular, his ministers contradict him, the untested new faces of his parliamentary party are making a conspicuous hash of parliamentary protocol, the military are nursing bitter grudges after he pushed the Chief of the General staff to resign, a resentful press covers the gaffes of his Élysée spin doc rather than her too-rare releases, and parading a number of foreign heads of state at Versailles or on the Champs-Élysées no longer cuts it.

  78. Snoopy

    Peter S and others, is jubilee debt forgiveness restricted to forgiving 50 year old debt? If not, wouldn’t it create 50 year boom and bust cycles?

  79. zyconoclast

    Stimp. You do realise that brown starfish can be bleached these days? Nice sideline for gastro enterologists, once they get the bleaching impression trays sorted out. Size O, OO etc

    That reminds me of a humorous story:

    Two criminals a convicted of petty drug crimes.
    The judge says rather than sentencing you to prison I will give you two weeks to come up with anti-drug programs.
    Two weeks later, they each appear before the judge.
    Criminal one is asked what was your program and how successful was it.
    Criminal one draws a circle on the whiteboard the size of a grapefruit and says he told his class that this is the size of your brain before drugs. He then draws a circle the size of a 5 cent piece and tells his class this is the size of your brain after drugs.
    The judge asks how well did it work?
    Criminal one says a complete failure.

    Then the judge asks criminal two how well did you program work. Criminal two says very well, a 100% success rate.
    The judge was impressed. What was the program? Criminal two drew a circle on the whiteboard the size of a 5 cent piece and would say to his class, this is your arse-hole before prison. He then draws a circle the size of a grapefruit and tells his class this is the size of your arse-hole after prison.

  80. Lol, laws in economics? You mean real science? Dickhead.

    Whoa! Is it after midnight already?

  81. The USA successfully pushes a single culture, so successful in the past that they could get Gen 1 Germans to go back and enthusiastically kill their errant cousins. Multiracial, yes, multicultural, no.

    Funny, I coulda sworn people over there refer to themselves as African-Americans, eat at Chinatown, speak Creole, print Spanish on their signs, worship any religion they like, attend non-segregated schools, and marry for love not race. Must have been mistaken about all that talk of liberty and freedom.

  82. Frank

    It will make things a lot easier if the gay community register themselves… you know, just like gun owners.

    The old line is that then they are easier to round up once we find the cure.

  83. PLEASE DO NOT PUT GLITTER IN YOUR PLEBISCITE RESPONSE.

    Has this course of action actually been preposed by the LGBTQWERTY crowd?

    Yes, it has. Catherine Deveny proposed a classy glittered “Get fucked” response on Twatter.

  84. Makka

    mUnty still hasn’t worked out the difference between race and culture. All those worthless prizes for effort didn’t really count , mUnty.

  85. Elle

    In memory of Glen Campbell. Love this rendition of Classical Gas.

  86. Stimpson J. Cat

    PLEASE DO NOT PUT GLITTER IN YOUR PLEBISCITE RESPONSE.

    This is great.
    What does Kylie think?
    Danni?
    Anthony Callea?
    Alan Jones?

  87. stackja

    Laurie Oakes final column: How TV killed the political stars
    Laurie Oakes, Herald Sun
    August 11, 2017 7:20pm
    Subscriber only

    But politicians are forced to compromise their principles and disguise their true beliefs by the requirements of the democratic system. It’s the nature of the beast.

    The old House was intimate, with a central hall that everyone had to pass through. Politicians, staffers, bureaucrats, journalists and members of the public, all thrust together.

    A tourist from Perth could grab the ear of the prime minister. No-one would prevent it.

    But the new building was strictly compartmentalised so that MPs and the public rarely mixed. And now heavy security adds to that separation and isolation.

    This is my final column. To my readers, thank you and goodbye.

  88. Jarrod

    Soo… 16 year olds able to vote in plebicite due to some ridiculous oversight? Surely will be fixed….. right?

  89. H B Bear

    Turnbull is following orders.

    Yep. Lucy and Daddy. They’ll teach those Lieborals.

  90. H B Bear

    Shouldn’t the evening shift Bird have clocked on by now?

  91. Marcus Classis

    Heh.

    The symbology of SJW trannies.

  92. Geriatric Mayfly

    This morning it was Oregon State. Now at $67,000 a year you can also choose Princeton, which will guarantee educational outcomes without peer. And to think the name of Einstein is linked to this institution.

    Princeton University is offering a course this fall that will “examine the changing history, aesthetics, politics, and meanings of fatness” through dance and performance art.
    David Thompson.

  93. notafan

    I never thought of Waleed.

    I was just thinking that people often have family and friends who influence their views, and in every other respect the Carland Ali pairing is a classically progressive one.

  94. stackja

    Marcus Classis
    #2466022, posted on August 11, 2017 at 9:32 pm

    “Man, woman, birth, death, infinity”.

  95. Marcus Classis

    Atoms for Peace
    #2466000, posted on August 11, 2017 at 8:37 pm
    Stimp. You do realise that brown starfish can be bleached these days? Nice sideline for gastro enterologists, once they get the bleaching impression trays sorted out. Size O, OO etc

    Bloody hell. Revolting.

    Here’s a picture of the bleaching kit for ex-Senator Bobby Brown.

  96. .

    Jarrod
    #2466016, posted on August 11, 2017 at 9:22 pm
    Soo… 16 year olds able to vote in plebicite due to some ridiculous oversight? Surely will be fixed….. right?

    Pure fuckery.

    Just as planned.

  97. Makka

    From back in the day…..when music had the beauty of harmony

    “So take a good look at my face… you’ll see my smile looks out of place…”

  98. Beef

    Absolutely retarded – Australia is more brainwashed than I knew

    Bearing, who for once is nearly lost for words. We are truly fucked, read the deserved denigration of our once great nation by commenters. It makes me ashamed to agree and say I live here. Is Russian hard to learn? The west is done for.

    IT has been on the money for years, listen to him he is a prophet among us.

  99. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Soo… 16 year olds able to vote in plebicite due to some ridiculous oversight? Surely will be fixed….. right?

    The Oz is quoting the Australian Electoral Commission as saying “No, no way. Nice try, though.”

  100. Snoopy

    I am referring to jubilee as a more general deal about trying to get people’s burdens lower. For me the easiest way is retrospective interest rate caps.

    With fractional reserve banking why do lending rates need to be greater than deposit rates?

  101. rickw

    Soo… 16 year olds able to vote in plebicite due to some ridiculous oversight? Surely will be fixed….. right?

    That’s a “feature” not a fault! They know that SSM is dead in the water, they’re out there grubbing every naive and ill informed vote they can muster.

    The point won’t be to win this time, but to show that it’s close to garner swinging votes next time.

    SSM is about to join the grab bag of fucked issues that Australian Politicians rely so heavily upon for distraction, VFT, Republic, Multifuction Polis, The fucking reef is dying again etc etc

  102. Snoopy

    why do lending rates for secured loans

  103. Marcus Classis

    Shelley
    #2465934, posted on August 11, 2017 at 7:24 pm
    But do the residents of Armadale really all want a bunch of refugees dumped in their midst?

    Certainly not if they are mohammedans.

    They don’t like sheep rapists.

  104. .

    Zulu

    Read the legislation and the minesterial directive.

    Morrison either fucked up or intended this to be so.

    See the CEA s 93 (4).

    for the purposes of this Act in its application in relation to an election.

    Since this isn’t an election, 16 and 17 year olds are on the roll. The note is its own dictionary. It defines electors and those enrolled. As does s 93 (3). The explanatory note, regulation and so on do not support the AEC’s claims.

    I am not sure how you can apply the mischief rule – the note is written to a purpose contrary to s 93 (4) of the CEA.

  105. rickw

    Bearing, who for once is nearly lost for words. We are truly fucked, read the deserved denigration of our once great nation by commenters. It makes me ashamed to agree and say I live here. Is Russian hard to learn? The west is done for.

    What happens when a female soldier gets captured?

  106. Fisky

    South Korea Remains The World’s Most Innovative Economy

    I just don’t understand how South Korea manages without importing millions of Muslims every year!

  107. Roger

    `50 Shades of sTan Grant on 7.30 Looks like he’s on no. 49 – the Hussein Bolt blend.

    I nearly went to adjust my TV.

    I know dark skinned people get darker with age, but Stan appears to be having a lend.

  108. Carpe Jugulum

    Turnbull is following orders.

    As a leader he makes a great subordinate.

  109. Makka

    One of THE greatest… evah.

    How many babies were conceived to the late and great Marvin’s music?

  110. Fisky

    It is impossible to be an innovative player in the global economy, unless you have open borders to Muslim countries. That’s according to 90% of “libertarians”. So South Korea must be cheating!

  111. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    What happens when a female soldier gets captured?

    Ask the Israelis. It’s the reason they don’t use women on the front line any more. A unit with women soldiers was over run in the opening stages of the Yom Kippur War, and the goat fuckers gang raped them all, before murdering them.

  112. Gab

    What happens when a female soldier gets captured?

    The hetero white male soldiers (if any are still in the ADF) will be blamed.

  113. Beef

    Makka, it is. Really hard to feel good about any of this. Retarded women like Susie O’Brian with a platform to spew divisive gender bullshit need to be targeted with extreme prejudice.

    Chris Smith didn’t cover himself in any glory here either, but her inability to see any reason is without doubt not helping to stop young men choosing to go their own way. I feel embarrassed for the women I know who are lumped in with the female brand. None of them are this fucked up.

  114. .

    Susie O Brien…wow. The ADF will fail in its enlistments. Most women don’t want to be soldiers.

  115. Makka

    What happens when a female soldier gets captured?

    They’ll send a unit of bad-arse males in for them, lose 50% of them as well as a swag of the female hostages and the families of the fallen again suffer needless and terrible loss – for some fkwit politician’s vanity.

  116. Top Ender

    But the new building was strictly compartmentalised so that MPs and the public rarely mixed. And now heavy security adds to that separation and isolation.

    Haven’t read Jabba for years but he may be right.

    Someone was saying the other day that federal pollies don’t have to go through standard airline security like the plebs.

    They get a “light touch” security behind the scenes, and then straight into the Chairman’s Lounge.

  117. Carpe Jugulum

    Today was 27, I can hear the ocean (but can’t see it), and my view is across the lake watching swans and spoonbills and the odd angry golfer in the bunker.

    I am content.

    Quite Hot today, should be a storm later this evening. There are no street lights and the night sky is a joy to behold.

    I live the dream

  118. .

    Fisk

    Korea is a very open economy. They’re selective with immigrants.

    High growth, low CPI change, high levels of FDI inflow, Low taxes. Debt only as low as us roughly. Low tariffs. High combined levels of imports and exports (double us roughly as a proportion), They ignore the sillier aspects of US copyright law. Spending on welfare is about half the average OECD rate.

    Be like Korea. Don’t be like Japan.

  119. Rabz

    What happens when a female soldier gets captured?

    The hetero white male soldiers (if any are still in the ADF) will be blamed.

    Six years* of a Teats Peanuthead Greenfilth Goat Rodeo is our immediate future and people are describing in gory detail how utterly f*cked it will inevitably be.

    Ah, democracy – ain’t it grand?

    #foreignerswhores&quislings

    *If the suckers who remain here are lucky – think Veneztralia, but with about several million more moozleys

    #veneztraliastan

  120. Top Ender

    Ok then, try this for something new and unusual. Anyone heard them before? (Their album The Use of Ashes haunted me for some years.)

  121. Fisky

    Both Korea and Japan are doing tremendously, largely by ignoring the advice of most “libertarians”. If they listened to Bryan Caplan, they would have imported half the population of Nigeria by now.

  122. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Susie O Brien…wow. The ADF will fail in its enlistments. Most women don’t want to be soldiers.

    They don’t. They don’t want to be the soldiers /Airfield Defence Guards who walk long distances, carrying heavy weights, live in holes in the ground, on food that would cause revolt in a Siberian slave camp. They don’t want to be the soldiers that find out what men have always known – it’s a difficult, dirty and dangerous job, and if you aren’t killed or crippled, you spend the rest of your life dealing with the consequences.

    They want to be the soldiers that have a “9 to 5, Monday to Friday”, see it as a career, rather then a calling, with maternity leave and all the trappings… P.O.G.O.’s.

  123. .

    Japan is fucked, Fisk. 250% government debt to GDP. 480% total debt to GDP. 25% of government spending already goes to debt servicing. About 17% goes to SS&W. GDP growth is trending to zero, with or without outliers. They have not balanced a budget in over four decades. Lower LFPR than other OECD countries. No wage growth. The government creating inflation which will blow up their debt servicing.

  124. Roger

    Ok then, try this for something new and unusual. Anyone heard them before? (Their album The Use of Ashes haunted me for some years.)

    And then you gave up the dope, right?

    🙂

  125. Mark A

    Fisky
    #2466061, posted on August 11, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    Both Korea and Japan are doing tremendously, largely by ignoring the advice of most “libertarians”. If they listened to Bryan Caplan, they would have imported half the population of Nigeria by now.

    That was my impression too when I was there two years ago. Didn’t notice any despair at all.
    Listening to dot they have only a limited time before they cark it economically and socially.

  126. Rabz

    They don’t want to be the soldiers /Airfield Defence Guards who walk long distances, carrying heavy weights, live in holes in the ground, on food that would cause revolt in a Siberian slave camp. They don’t want to be the soldiers that find out what men have always known – it’s a difficult, dirty and dangerous job, and if you aren’t killed or crippled, you spend the rest of your life dealing with the consequences.

    Bluntly and truthfully stated.

    If wymminses ran the world, we’d all still be living in caves.

    But those caves would have beautiful curtains.

    H/T The Shaidle.

  127. Mark A

    .
    #2466063, posted on August 11, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    They have not balanced a budget in over four decades

    When was the last time France had a balanced budget?

  128. Rabz

    TE – I’ve often wondered if there was an inspiration for this beautiful song:

    The Jooweller

  129. jupes

    A unit with women soldiers was over run in the opening stages of the Yom Kippur War, and the goat fuckers gang raped them all, before murdering them.

    Yeah nah. That was the 1948 war. After that the (newly formed) IDF decided that females could not serve in combat units.

    This policy was overturned by the judiciary in the ’90s so the IDF formed a mixed gender infantry unit – albeit with an operation role of patrolling the Sinai border – thus containing the ‘female’ problem.

  130. zyconoclast

    They have not balanced a budget in over four decades
    When was the last time France had a balanced budget?

    1973

  131. Neil

    Japan is fucked, Fisk. 250% government debt to GDP.

    Most Japanese debt is local ie owed to their own people so it is not a problem. Most Australian debt is foreign ie owed to overseas investors and therefore a big problem

  132. jupes

    Way to go GWS. Two things we learned tonight:

    Bulldogs will not be premiers in 2017 (you know it areff).

    GWS just might be.

  133. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Yeah nah. That was the 1948 war. After that the (newly formed) IDF decided that females could not serve in combat units.

    I’m going from something I read ten years ago, and I don’t have a reference or a link, so thanks for that.

  134. .

    Most Japanese debt is local ie owed to their own people so it is not a problem. Most Australian debt is foreign ie owed to overseas investors and therefore a big problem

    What do you think happens to Japanese real interest rates if they default? Or their banking system? Or their currency?

    So far, our debt is serviceable. We should pay it off before we end up like Japan or worse.

  135. Rabz

    Bulldogs will not be premiers in 2017 (you know it areff).

    GWS just might be.

    That silly game from Mosquebourne. Haemorrhaging “supporters” in their thousands, weekly.

    It will soon be less popular than disabled black transgender lesbian moozley lawn bowls at the rate it’s going.

  136. jupes

    They don’t want to be the soldiers /Airfield Defence Guards who walk long distances, carrying heavy weights, live in holes in the ground, on food that would cause revolt in a Siberian slave camp.

    Of course not. However they do want to be the generals who run the show. That is what this all about.

    Not even the zealots at the AHRC want gender equity at the blunt end. They want it at the top. Traditionally there was only one way to get there and that is to be a combat officer who was promoted up through the ranks.

    To get their way, the feminists have created two paths: to make it easy for women to enter and be promoted in combat units, and to promote females from non-combat corps into high level leadership roles.

    To the great detriment of the nation, just when world events may require a serious military response, Australia is stuck in the primary school play ground playing stupid gender games.

  137. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    If wymminses ran the world, we’d all still be living in caves.

    I got back from three months “out of the country” to be told “The good news is that you have Easter off. The bad news is that you’re going to Darwin for three weeks after that.” Some snotty little cow in Pay Section, and I won’t name the base, threw all my claims in the “too hard basket” because she was “off to lunch with the girls.” I did nearly get locked up..

  138. jupes

    Haemorrhaging “supporters” in their thousands, weekly.

    Dunno about that Rabz.

    Over 30,000 supporters turned up for (probably) the least supported Victorian team playing the (probably) least supported team in the country.

  139. Stimpson J. Cat

    What happens when a female soldier gets captured?

    This is why we need more macho gay soldiers.

    “Is that all you’ve got big boys?
    I’ve had rougher trade on a Saturday night in the park, you p$ssies!!!
    Again! “

  140. Robert Mc

    If the postal vote is an anonymous form the usual suspects could photocopy thousands of ballots and send them in. The ABS wouldn’t be able to tell which was valid and which was fake.

    Watermarked and/or other unique paper, and each one individually bar-coded for each eligible elector on the roll. The ABS might even re-employ its temporary Census field staff to visit each address to collect and register each completed form using the same mobile phone app.

  141. egg_

    I know dark skinned people get darker with age, but Stan appears to be having a lend.

    +1

    A ‘Rich Old White Man’ (ROWM) in Black&White Minstrel guise.

  142. jupes

    It’s all so unnatural. We are supposed to be there to protect our girls.

    Exactly Pete.

    What sort of man sends women into combat?

  143. MsDolittle

    People who smoke marijuana are three times more likely to die as a result of high blood pressure, according to new research published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

    Ah huh. Seems there is a reason the relaxed chill of pot smokers has always eluded me. I’m usually found hyperventilating, paranoid, cowering somewhere behind the Domestos under the sink.

  144. Baldrick

    Robert Mc
    #2466085, posted on August 11, 2017 at 11:02 pm

    Fuck of Libby Mac

  145. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    This is why we need more macho gay soldiers.

    Good friend of mine, and the Memsahibs, who describes himself as “not so terribly heterosexual” was conscripted into the army, and served in Viet Nam.

    I stared at him ” You would have got heaps, wouldn’t you?”

    He looked back and said outright “Never a issue. Never.”

  146. MsDolittle

    Fuck of Libby Mac

    +1 and if only it would.

  147. Infidel Tiger

    Exactly Pete.

    What sort of man sends women into combat?

    The sort of “men” who now control our politics.

    These xunts need to be strung up by their micro dicks from power lines.

  148. Infidel Tiger

    It’s all so unnatural. We are supposed to be there to protect our girls. Not watch them slump on the ground after they have been shot in the head. So much for feminism being pro-Sheila.

    The western world is at breaking point. We are being led by the biggest idiots in the history of mankind.

  149. rickw

    venezstraliastan

    The crossroad of rabid socialism and radical Islam?

  150. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Japan is fucked

    Japan is fucked.

    The only reason the Japs are not despondent is they are asleep to the glacial pace of their own termination.

  151. rickw

    The western world is at breaking point. We are being led by the biggest idiots in the history of mankind.

    Not some freak accident either.

  152. zyconoclast

    Timely
    Candidate to be first female Navy SEAL officer quits after a week: report

    A woman aiming to become the first female Navy SEAL officer quit about a week into the initial training, Task and Purpose reported Thursday.
    The unidentified female candidate dropped out in early August during a three-week course in San Diego that began July 24. It was the first assessment of potential SEAL officers before they can be sent on to more grueling courses, according to the website, which cited “multiple Naval Special Warfare Command sources.”

    Two women, whose names were not released to protect their privacy, entered the famously difficult SEAL training program this summer more than a year and a half after the military allowed female troops to serve in combat roles.
    The candidate who dropped out was enrolled in the Navy SEAL Officer Assessment and Selection program. If she had completed the program, she would have faced an officer selection panel and the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL program, or BUD/S, a six-month training course for the elite special operators.

  153. Infidel Tiger

    Japan is fucked.

    The only reason the Japs are not despondent is they are asleep to the glacial pace of their own termination.

    The Japs problems could all be solved by a sudden surge in rooting.

    We should be so lucky.

  154. Steve trickler.

    Life as a Solid Rocket Booster.

    Let the Drifters start the story.

    Equal volume to both.





  155. jupes

    It’s all so unnatural. We are supposed to be there to protect our girls. Not watch them slump on the ground after they have been shot in the head. So much for feminism being pro-Sheila.

    The other obvious point to make about this stupidity is that on the one hand the ADF is one of the biggest supporters of the ‘white ribbon’ campaign to prevent mens’ violence against women.

    On the other hand the morons are even bigger supporters of sending women into combat i.e. sending women to fight men to the death.

    How the fuck does that make sense?

  156. Clan Turnbull – A Farce in One Act

    Scene: The Highland Games

    Campbell: Morag just told me she once saw what was under Malcolm’s kilt .

    MacDonald: And?

    Campbell: She said it looked like a penis, only smaller

  157. Rabz

    The western world is at breaking point. We are being led by the biggest idiots in the history of mankind.

    Yet, we blunder along, like figurative lambs to the slaughter.

    They are just humans, like us, unconformable as it might be to admit.

    However, no one will mourn their passing. Whenever it might just “accidentally” happen.

    Some steel in the spine is needed.

  158. Fisky

    Japan has no major problems that can’t be solved by a massive army of robots.

  159. Top Ender

    They don’t want to be the soldiers that find out what men have always known

    True, Zulu, and what a strange lot we are as blokes to sign up for it.

  160. Rabz

    The Japs problems could all be solved by a sudden surge in rooting.

    Cucked, autistic betas who’ve never left their parents unit discovering they have a microscopic todger?

    There’d be more chance of the moozleys existing in this cesspit deciding that “hey, having a jerb might bring some more meaning to my pointless existence and that by falsely claiming DSP I’m ripping off the kaffir that helped build this infidel citadel I’m commited to destroying.”

    It ain’t going to ‘appen.

  161. Top Ender

    “Is that all you’ve got big boys?

    Puts me in mind of Bridesmaid Revisited with Anthony Blanche complaining they had not roughed him up enough in the Mercury fountain.

  162. twostix

    Both Korea and Japan are doing tremendously, largely by ignoring the advice of most “libertarians”. If they listened to Bryan Caplan, they would have imported half the population of Nigeria by now.

    If they listened to dot they would have imported half the population of North Korea and China by now.

    Think of the GDP boost to Japan’s economy if 250 million Chinese nationals moved in!

  163. twostix

    Japans problem is that they had US late 19th century sexual culture forced upon them literally at gun point.

    That married with their own ancient culture metastasized into the revolting suiciding, little gir’s panties sniffing, live abortion that is modern Japanese man.

  164. twostix

    “Having 250 million Han Chinese in Japans will mean nothing politically for the Japanese people!”.

    This is the exact equivalent to what open borders retards have been saying to the west for 30 years now.

  165. Rabz

    If you like pronouncing to yourself.

  166. areff

    Bulldogs will not be premiers in 2017 (you know it areff).

    What a stupid game is AFL. After tonight, if it didn’t make you a homosexual, I’d take an interest in wogball

  167. Derp

    That was the 1948 war

    I think Zulu is referring to the listening station that was overrun by Syrians in the first day of the Yom Kippur war. Very bad result for the women there who surrendered.

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