Open Forum: March 17, 2018

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  1. cohenite

    Nice cartoons Tom; thanks as usual. This thread is cooked like a meth lab; the chemical kid wins.

  2. John Constantine

    Their Julie Bishop describes the south African government passing legislation for their maaaaates to take farms from racists at gunpoint without paying as

    “Land Reform”.

    Currently the land reform program of their turnfailure debacle coalition sees the rural Clearances being paid for.

    We know Bishop will have had Clinton crime cartel conversations, and united nations natterings at cocktail parties about Land Reform requirements for Australia.

    Land Reform. What a brilliant idea Julie Bishop.

    Just too soon in the sellout for public discussion.

    Gotta disarm the farms, depreciate the infrastructure and transform the polity first.

    Then Land Reform.

    Comrades.

    (Differential Rating will be destroyed by Stalinism on schedule, it is just too soon. Import more voteherds and the new polity will demand it. )

  3. John Constantine

    The current Land Reform of the Murray darling basin is classic Australia Stalinism at work.

  4. John Constantine

    Australia Land Reform by carbon farming doing Land Clearances of the proles is more crony socialism at work.

  5. OneWorldGovernment

    John Constantine

    thats why the trumble government are buying out the states of nsw and victoria.

    There should be folk burning down the caps of each state but that’s okay.

    John Howard the scum brought this mountebank into the former liberal party.

    He was immediately given the portfolio to destroy the entire Australian irrigation system.

    the filthy lawyer immediately got some mate to start cloud seeding for rain.

    fucked off light globes for twirly things.

    Arrogant as shit.

    He works for 7 years against his own party leaders.

    You think he will work for Australia.

    And Abbott is bad.

    Your correct.

    I should have shot Hunt, Payne and Turnbull.

    And any other peace of filth that called themselves liberal.

  6. OneWorldGovernment

    I should have shot Hunt, Payne and Turnbull.

    And any other peace of filth that called themselves liberal.

    not a death threat.

    but i will smack each of the traitors to the Australian people.

  7. stackja

    ‘Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-up’ Foreword Excerpt

    Howie Carr Howie Carr |Posted: Mar 18, 2018 1:40 PM

    This excerpted foreword by Howie Carr has been republished with permission from Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-up by the late Leo Damore (Regnery Publishing, 2018).

    If anyone ever truly deserved a Profiles in Courage Award, it was the late Leo Damore, the author of this book.

    Of course, the awards are handed out by the Kennedy family, and they are all about, not courage, but Political Correctness. But no one can dispute the fact that Damore put himself and his career on the line to write this book, and that one way or another, he paid the ultimate price—as a suicide, in 1995, at the age of 65.

    Senatorial Privilege: The Chappaquiddick Cover-Up was a New York Times best seller in 1988. It sold more than a million copies. Damore’s volume established a previously obscure publishing house, Regnery, as a major force in the book trade. Its success also disproved what New York publishers had long believed, or perhaps just hoped, that there was no real market out there for books that spoke, really spoke, truth to liberal power.

    If you are just now discovering Senatorial Privilege, you may not be aware of the controversy that surrounded its initial publication. Damore seemed a most unlikely person to blow the lid off the Chappaquiddick cover up. Born in Ontario, he was a reporter for the Cape Cod Times. His first book, in 1967, had been a standard post-JFK assassination hagiography, The Cape Cod Years of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

    Damore got a $150,000 advance from Random House, and he spent years digging up the truth. His most important source would be Joe Gargan, Teddy’s first cousin who rented the cottage that evening. Like Michael Skakel, the convicted murderer in the next generation, Gargan was a kinsman, but not really a Kennedy. And like Skakel, in his fury against his mistreatment by the family, Gargan would eventually spill the beans.

    The Kennedys may not have been able to stop publication of Senatorial Privilege, but revenge, as they say, is a dish best served cold. And after those first few big royalty checks, nothing was ever the same for Damore. As his wife divorced him, he fell into a deep depression and began threatening suicide. At the same time, Damore also started research on a new book about Mary Pinchot Meyer, one of JFK’s last blue-blooded girlfriends.

    Meyer was the drop-dead gorgeous sister-in-law of Ben Bradlee, later of the Washington Post. Bradlee was so close to JFK that in 1962 he was given the assignment of using his magazine, Newsweek, to spike the scandalous true story of Kennedy’s first marriage, to a twice-divorced Protestant socialite in Palm Beach in 1947.

    In short, Leo Damore had emerged from one Kennedy rabbit hole only to tumble into another, perhaps even deeper one. One of Meyer’s biographers quoted Damore as telling him:

    “What do you think it would do to the beatification of Kennedy if this woman said, ‘It wasn’t Camelot, it was Caligula’s court.’”

    I met Damore in 1994, on the 25th anniversary of Chappaquiddick. I was doing my radio show from the cottage on Chappaquiddick, and I booked some of the surviving principals. Only Damore asked for money—$100. Every time I spoke to him, he seemed nervous, agitated. The day after the show he telephoned again, begging me to send him the money ASAP, which I did.

    Fifteen months later, Damore was depressed and broke, about to be evicted from his rented house in Essex CT. As a visiting nurse and a constable (who was there to serve the eviction notice) looked on in horror, Damore pulled out a gun and shot himself in the head.

    Ted Kennedy died of brain cancer in 2009, at the age of 77. In his later years, it was considered bad form to even mention Chappaquiddick in polite company. Teddy himself seemed oblivious to the scandal—he named his last dog Splash.

    The Kennedys’ official fanzine has always been the Boston Globe. Every sixth year, when he was running for reelection, the Globe would run stories about how Teddy was “turning his life around,” and how in an amazing feat of self-discipline, he had totally sworn off alcohol until his birthday—Feb. 22. On the day after Chappaquiddick, the Globe ran a front-page headline saying “Senator Wandered in Daze for Hours.”

    In 2003 the Globe perfectly summed up the mainstream media’s revisionist take on Chappaquiddick:

    “If she had lived, Mary Jo Kopechne would be 62 years old. Through his tireless work as a legislator, Edward Kennedy would have brought comfort to her in her old age.”

    In a strange way, Damore’s life turned out like Mary Jo’s—Senatorial Privilege, now retitled as Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-Up is an unforgettable book, muckraking in the best sense of the word. But for Damore personally, it was the wrong book at the wrong time about the wrong people, and it cost him his life.

    But at least we still have his book—and the truth.

    RTWT

  8. herodotus

    Ross Cameron on Outsiders yesterday echoed Solzhenitsyn’s call to everyone to “cry out” in the face of injustice and indeed totalitarianism. It’s a noble idea, but how does this work out in practise? Should we be more ready to take it to the streets, or write more letters to editors, have our own names up above the parapet? Will it achieve something or just make us targets?

    One’s resolve might be weakened by incidents in the recent past. There has been the atrocious series of punishments meted out by the HRC under Triggs and Soupy. Punishment by process for some characters who merely joked about double standards, while huge payouts were ordered to undeserving thugs such as the one who bashed his wife with a kid’s bicycle.

    Bolt’s treatment by process right up to a rather curious court case also showed how speaking out can achieve little but anguish when the institutions fall short of ideal, and when complainants get the leg-up. At least Bolt is a professional critic, someone whose job is to be out there daily pointing up issues of malfeasance or idiocy. He is paid to do that job, we are not.

    Ross Cameron likewise. But another paid public figure, Patricia Karvelas, the subject of a short piece in The Australian today, complains of “being trolled”, and of being afraid to go down the street with her (and her female partner’s) children, because someone might have bad intent. As we’ve seen rather often, it’s more likely that lefties will attempt to smear, troll and physically intimidate. Given Patricia’s credentials of co-hosting with Fran Kelly, being a gay fellow-traveller, and being arguably more ABC than commercial in her CV, it’s not entirely credible that she has this fear of trolling or intimidation by lefties. Is this threat coming from the evil right wing death beasts? If you’re broadcasting or tweeting rubbish as a high-profile commentator something could happen, but probably just some cheeky tweets from JC! Shades of the AGW people fearing retribution at ANU because some guy talked about culling kangaroos.

  9. OneWorldGovernment

    Serena at the Pub
    #2664448, posted on March 19, 2018 at 5:20 am

    Anyone know how long OWG has been on the sauce?

    I believe there are only 2 genders.
    Male or Female.
    What do you believe?

  10. herodotus

    Nice job of wrecking my thesis OWG.

  11. OneWorldGovernment

    Serena at the Pub
    on this site, over several years,
    the name has gone from male to now supposed female.

    if you are transitioning then that is amazing.

    good luck to you.

    but you have absolutely no credibility
    and you can get fundamentally farqed

  12. OneWorldGovernment

    herodotus
    #2664495, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:02 am

    Nice job of wrecking my thesis OWG.

    which part?

  13. Karvelas?

    Wouldn’t know her if I fell over her.

    Yammie is back in Australia, against.

    Doesn’t she ever feel foolish?

    Self exile to the UK with visits to Canada and the US while regularly boomeraging back to Australia.

    Yammie does like to limit herself to the anglosphere.

    She’s not going anywhere while idiot big gov and big corporate keep up the big cheques.

    ‘unconscious bias’ of our own civilization.

    Not unconscious, conscious.

    We prefer our civilization.

  14. OneWorldGovernment

    herodotus
    #2664495, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:02 am

    Nice job of wrecking my thesis OWG.

    I think we should be wearing masks and beating the shit out of University Gates prior to someone burning them to the ground.

    After a stiff cup of coffee we should walk to the education department and someone can burn that down.

    After a stiff whisky and coke we’ll walk on the farqen teachers union and burn the basterds to the ground.

  15. OneWorldGovernment

    herodotus
    #2664493, posted on March 19, 2018 at 7:48 am

    Ross Cameron on Outsiders yesterday echoed Solzhenitsyn’s call to everyone to “cry out” in the face of injustice and indeed totalitarianism. It’s a noble idea, but how does this work out in practise? Should we be more ready to take it to the streets, or write more letters to editors, have our own names up above the parapet? Will it achieve something or just make us targets?

    One’s resolve might be weakened by incidents in the recent past. There has been the atrocious series of punishments meted out by the HRC under Triggs and Soupy. Punishment by process for some characters who merely joked about double standards, while huge payouts were ordered to undeserving thugs such as the one who bashed his wife with a kid’s bicycle.

    Bolt’s treatment by process right up to a rather curious court case also showed how speaking out can achieve little but anguish when the institutions fall short of ideal, and when complainants get the leg-up. At least Bolt is a professional critic, someone whose job is to be out there daily pointing up issues of malfeasance or idiocy. He is paid to do that job, we are not.

    Ross Cameron likewise. But another paid public figure, Patricia Karvelas, the subject of a short piece in The Australian today, complains of “being trolled”, and of being afraid to go down the street with her (and her female partner’s) children, because someone might have bad intent. As we’ve seen rather often, it’s more likely that lefties will attempt to smear, troll and physically intimidate. Given Patricia’s credentials of co-hosting with Fran Kelly, being a gay fellow-traveller, and being arguably more ABC than commercial in her CV, it’s not entirely credible that she has this fear of trolling or intimidation by lefties. Is this threat coming from the evil right wing death beasts? If you’re broadcasting or tweeting rubbish as a high-profile commentator something could happen, but probably just some cheeky tweets from JC! Shades of the AGW people fearing retribution at ANU because some guy talked about culling kangaroos.

  16. Eyrie

    “Maybe the Olympics/Commonwealth Games are really a taxpayer-funded bonk-fest masqueraded as a sports competition.”
    That is in fact the main purpose of all these types of events including F1 motor racing etc.

  17. The only thing that the new Liberal government need to do in South Australia is close down the climate scam and contract for one or two new coal fired power stations, or get the French to build them a nuclear, or both.

    Then step aside.

    No more spending, they don’t have any money.

  18. herodotus

    Real Estate Advice
    Have a look at Tathra on the satellite photo.
    I’d strongly advise anyone looking to buy a house, whether inland or on the coast, to avoid places bordering on National Parks.
    They have become over-fueled disaster areas.

  19. OneWorldGovernment

    heredotus

    don’t be precious.

    I have sat here most of the night because I am in deep pain in my ribs.

    I have had 2 glasses of brandy but many pain killers.

    I’m about farqed off to the back teeth with some of the farqing so called folk that come on here.

    If you have a problem with me then farqing tell me up front and stop doing an FBI type bullcrap.

  20. All the doping in international athletics it should be privatised.

    How much does all the testing cost?

    No more taxpayer money for you, be like rock stars and let the public decide if you’re worth it..

    If you are they’ll pay the $299 a ticket.

    Otherwise dye your hair red, get a guitar and sing for your supper.

  21. OneWorldGovernment

    Talk about ROFL

    I love Tathra but what you have indicated is that the incompetent NSW Government cannot manage wild lands and forests.

    Too bad, so sad.

    Let me know when the joint has burnt to the ground and then I will buy.

    herodotus
    #2664503, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:24 am

    Real Estate Advice
    Have a look at Tathra on the satellite photo.
    I’d strongly advise anyone looking to buy a house, whether inland or on the coast, to avoid places bordering on National Parks.
    They have become over-fueled disaster areas.

  22. Bruce of Newcastle

    So here’s this ISIS leader guy wandering around a village at night when…

    SAS sniper’s ‘one in a million’ shot slays ISIS chief from ONE MILE away

    Military insiders said the sniper was using a US-made McMillan TAC-50 sniper rifle, which fires a huge .50 calibre round.

    The SAS team had hoped that the Isis commander would arrive during the day because a night shot was regarded as too dangerous.

    “But as evening approached the team realised that they were going to have to either abort or go for a night shot. The sniper said he wanted to take the shot and was given a ‘go order’.”

    As the car pulled up to the house the sniper fixed his sights on a figure matching the description of the commander.

    He had just 15 seconds to steady himself, take aim and fire.

    The source said: “The bullet struck the ISIS commander in the back of the head and basically took off his face. He died instantly.”

    His spotter must have an enormous IR night scope to even see a guy from a mile away let alone get an ID on him.

  23. Arky

    Boring.
    Someone give OWG some meth.
    He needs perking up.

  24. Rae

    ‘Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-up’ Foreword Excerpt

    More re-writing of history. Riveting stuff. Pity it’s not a Michael Wolff book. Fire and Fury in the Trump Whitehouse was a good read.

  25. OneWorldGovernment

    notafan
    #2664506, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:27 am

    All the doping in international athletics it should be privatised.

    How much does all the testing cost?

    No more taxpayer money for you, be like rock stars and let the public decide if you’re worth it..

    If you are they’ll pay the $299 a ticket.

    Otherwise dye your hair red, get a guitar and sing for your supper

    notafan

    Have you not seen how much their scum politicians give to so called amateur sport let alone professional.

    And professional is Olympics, Football Stadiums and Tennis.

  26. Arky

    If we offered the South African Government $50k for every white farmer and family, would that be a good idea?
    And if we gave each of them the same amount to help them set up in Australia, would this also be a good idea?

    ..
    Screw them.
    They lost one continent already.
    What we need is an immigration policy that favours hot bitches.

  27. hzhousewife

    Buddy of husband lost his fishing shack over at Tathra, but fortunately a mate up the road towed his boat to safety.

  28. calli

    Many happy memories of Tathra here – fishing from the old wharf (built for whalers), swimming in the icy cold water and camping under duck and birkmire. Interspersed with visits to the family dairy and helping out with the milking, hay baling and feeding the calves.

    OWG is right – never live near a National Park (sez she who lives a kilometer from a sizeable wetland). At least my house has zero combustables.

  29. OneWorldGovernment

    Arky
    #2664510, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:40 am

    Come on OWG.
    Fire up.

    Sorry Arky

    I was out the front watching the good lady water the plants.

    I’m on Perth time so it’s 5:40 when you had a shot at me.

    But hang on.

    Wait till I find the ‘meth’.

    AAhhh coffee.

  30. calli

    It’s an odd report, J.C. Apart from the salivating about what advantage can be gleaned re the investigation, what does it actually say?

    The marriage was in trouble because the husband, just like his father, was away a lot. Big deal. Get an au pair to help with the children.

    She got a menacing item in the post that (rightly) scared her.

    The father-in-law tried to help, like any parent worth their salt would do. I wonder if Ivana had a few words in her son’s shell-like as well?

    Other than that, it’s a salacious lot of flummery minus the jelly.

  31. OneWorldGovernment

    hzhousewife
    #2664516, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:46 am

    Buddy of husband lost his fishing shack over at Tathra, but fortunately a mate up the road towed his boat to safety.

    hzhousewife
    How the stuff did he lose his fishing shack?

    Are you saying that the criminal state foresters came in and kicked him out?

  32. calli

    Hope your pain improves, OWG. It’s terrible to go through a sleepless night like that. Go easy on the painkillers though – they seem to operate on the law of diminishing returns.

  33. JC

    Calli

    Trust me, there wouldn’t be just one au pair. She’s a rich American woman, which means there would be several au pairs.

    I don’t read much of the story other than I thought it was funny a twice divorced guy would be giving advice on this topic.

  34. Dave in Marybrook

    Dexter Davies, ex Nats leader and state president, has died at the weekend. Reported as having been battling cancer- I remember he looked a bit scrawny the last time I saw him, but it wasn’t openly known.
    Nice bloke, very nice bloke, and a prodigious memory for names and faces.

  35. calli

    Lol. He was clearly home often enough to engender five children!

  36. Entropy

    OWG, last night’s efforts were embarrassing to you.
    Go back and read through it if you doubt me.

    I have had 2 glasses of brandy but many pain killers.

    You should not mix alcohol and painkillers. Ever. It does weird things to the way a person’s brain works.
    If the medication isn’t working, go see your doctor.

  37. calli

    I don’t read much of the story other than I thought it was funny a twice divorced guy would be giving advice on this topic.

    The voice of experience. Although I prefer Rod Stewart’s advice (posted up thread):

    “Instead of getting married again, I’m going to find a woman I don’t like and just give her a house.”

  38. OneWorldGovernment

    calli

    I used to think if I ever went OFF LINE, hows that Arky, I’d move into that SE NSW/NE Vic corner and just live off grid.

    Bloody magnificent country.

  39. Entropy

    If we offered the South African Government $50k for every white farmer and family, would that be a good idea?
    And if we gave each of them the same amount to help them set up in Australia, would this also be a good idea?

    Goodness it is easy to be generous with OPM. Why would this even be an idea? It would only encourage the beneficiaries to look to Big Mother Government for every solution. Also, it would set a precedent that would eventually extend it to every immigrant.

  40. egg_

    You actually know nothing about engineering.

    Nah, total plagiarism.

    Check my recent reference source.

  41. Baldrick

    Tathra Google sat view shows trees

    … and lots of them.
    Bega Valley Shire Council has a tree preservation order and lots of Green Tape if you want to remove even a single tree:
    Given the recent changes in relation to the removal of trees and the clearing of native vegetation, please contact Council’s Planning Services Section in the first instance to identify whether you require a Permit to remove a Tree or clear native vegetation.

  42. stackja

    Baldrick
    #2664534, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:16 am

    And virtue signalling by BVSC to follow?

  43. OneWorldGovernment

    Entropy
    #2664528, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:09 am

    OWG, last night’s efforts were embarrassing to you.
    Go back and read through it if you doubt me.

    I have had 2 glasses of brandy but many pain killers.

    You should not mix alcohol and painkillers. Ever. It does weird things to the way a person’s brain works.
    If the medication isn’t working, go see your doctor.

    Entropy

    My humble apologies if I upset you.

    But I will not back off from sneering at certain real nor suspected socks.

    I am sick to death of the pricks.

  44. Bruce of Newcastle

    hzhousewife
    How the stuff did he lose his fishing shack?

    Fire.

    70 homes lost in NSW coastal town bushfire

    Up to 70 homes and other buildings have been destroyed in a ferocious firestorm that ripped through a picturesque seaside town on the NSW far south coast and is still burning out of control.

    The 1000-hectare blaze around Tathra, east of Bega, which started on Sunday afternoon was fanned by very strong winds and high temperatures in the state’s east.

  45. Rae

    If we offered the South African Government $50k for every white farmer and family, would that be a good idea?
    And if we gave each of them the same amount to help them set up in Australia, would this also be a good idea?

    Goodness it is easy to be generous with OPM.

    Goodness, yes. Any offer should be no more than R50k.

  46. OneWorldGovernment

    Entropy,

    At least Snoopy considered me too outrageous to be a sock.

  47. egg_

    From Part II

    I think this really opens up a can for State DOT’s as well…I would say in most of the US, that pedestrian bridges are not designed by bridge engineers, but are designed by building engineers (or at least in my state). A client (hospital or school) will hire a building engineer and the building engineer submits plans to have a bridge over a DOTs right-of-way to the state. Typically, there is no secondary check from a different consultant required as there was in this case (I’m guessing that was required because federal funds were involved).

    But from a liability perspective, if a state DOT looks at the plans prepared by the consultant, how much liability does he take on? Even though the state DOT is not likely not an expert in the structure being designed (and most bridge engineers aren’t even familiar with ASCE 7 loading)…if a State DOT PE reviews the plans and then approves it…IMO he is taking on some liability with the structure.

    Similar to my comments re NSW RMS and a private footbridge over a public road upthread.
    I asked if such occurs in Oz.
    Not to my knowledge.

  48. egg_

    But I will not back off from sneering at certain real nor suspected socks.

    Get your head out of your arse, I’ve been around for 15 years and so have many others here, keyboard warrior.

  49. OneWorldGovernment

    Bruce of Newcastle
    #2664537, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:23 am

    hzhousewife
    How the stuff did he lose his fishing shack?

    Fire.

    Thanks BoN

    Did not know.

    Poor buggers.

    I had a house burn down and it’s an amazing thing to just have the clothes on your back and your car.

  50. Tel

    If we offered the South African Government $50k for every white farmer and family, would that be a good idea?

    I thought the days of purchasing human beings from Africa were over.

  51. OneWorldGovernment

    egg_
    #2664541, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:27 am

    But I will not back off from sneering at certain real nor suspected socks.

    Get your head out of your arse, I’ve been around for 15 years and so have many others here, keyboard warrior.

    I’m glad to see your okay as well egg_

  52. OneWorldGovernment

    Tel
    #2664543, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:28 am

    If we offered the South African Government $50k for every white farmer and family, would that be a good idea?

    I thought the days of purchasing human beings from Africa were over.

    LOL

    Maybe we can auction them.

  53. Arky

    Here are the refugees we need to import.

    ..
    And you won’t need to give them $50 000.
    Right now a bag of crisps and a coke will suffice.

  54. Arky

    You know our fat lefty wymenses are full steam ahead importing handsome swarthy middle east fellows to satisfy their craving for foreign sperm.
    We need to overtake them or find ourselves in a women deficit crisis.

  55. egg_

    Outtake from my first video (NOT by me FFS) showing truss element #11’s post-tensioning rod blowing out at the bottom corner of the truss before ejecting the opposite end containing the tensioner through the roof canopy ‘blister’, per above photo.

    1 3/4″ rod apparently.
    There should be 2x per element, one tensioned from above, one from below.

  56. Arky

    Oh God.
    Not another day of bridges.
    Get over it.

  57. I see Trump is squealing like a stuck pig. Good.

  58. OneWorldGovernment

    egg_

    I believe every word you have said about bridges and stuff I know you know what you are talking about.

    Don’t take any notice of Arky who has to drive a car to find a spot to run.

    How decadent is that.

    Talk about first world problems.

    And I would go close to 15 years of being on this site.

    But most of it just washes over me.

  59. Arky

    Coming for a run this week, you Subaru- driving, donut chasing lesbian?

  60. OneWorldGovernment

    m0nty
    #2664558, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:43 am

    I see Trump is squealing like a stuck pig. Good.

    Have you ever seen or heard a ‘stuck pig’?

  61. OneWorldGovernment

    Arky
    #2664565, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:49 am

    Coming for a run this week, you Subaru- driving, donut chasing lesbian?

    Arky,

    I presume your abusing m0nty but when my ribs heal I will match you.

    Fell off the back of a motorbike but at least it was my chest that took the brunt of the fall.

  62. Arky

    Don’t take any notice of Arky who has to drive a car to find a spot to run.

    ..
    I have been running around that park for damn near thirty years.
    I’m a creature of habit. Consistent. Solid. Rock like. Reliable. A man of his word. Loyal. Faithful.
    Just because I moved away ten years ago doesn’t mean I have to find another place to run.

  63. Rae

    Oh God.
    Not another day of bridges.
    Get over it.

    It’s a bridge too far.

  64. Leigh Lowe

    hzhousewife
    #2664516, posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:46 am

    Buddy of husband lost his fishing shack over at Tathra, but fortunately a mate up the road towed his boat to safety

    Good luck getting a permit to rebuild.
    Squeezed between new bushfire building regs (exacerbated by greenie bans on fuel reduction) and global warmening rising sea levels.

  65. egg_

    Not another day of bridges.

    Go take a run.

  66. egg_

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2664564, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:49 am

    Trusses are High School level stuff – only 2D.

  67. Tel

    Not another day of bridges.

    Don’t fall for this flimsy attempt to elevate his platform.

  68. Jeff Sessions, who fired Andrew McCabe for insufficient candour, is guilty of multiple counts of perjury.

  69. egg_

    Don’t fall for this flimsy attempt to elevate his platform.

    Noted.

  70. OneWorldGovernment

    egg_
    #2664575, posted on March 19, 2018 at 10:03 am

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2664564, posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:49 am

    Trusses are High School level stuff – only 2D.

    Thats your job to work it out cause you are good at it.

    I always wanted to be a civil engineer but life happened and I went a different direction.

  71. Bruce of Newcastle

    Hyper hype.

    Climate change triggering ‘flying rivers, rain bombs’, Gore warns (19 Mar)

    Dubai: Bizarre weather such as “flying rivers” and “rain bombs” are just some of the recent effects of climate change, warned former US vice-president Al Gore at the Global Education and Skills Forum (GESF) in Dubai on Sunday.

    Gore also said climate change could make large parts of the Middle East uninhabitable, which would create “climate refugees”, who would clash with settled populations in cities.

    Wow, sounds serious. Quick, give him more money!

  72. egg_

    Fisky is sooo right about Autists.

  73. Tailgunner

    If we were to import 200,000 hot chicks from Ukraine/FSU,Colombia,Brazil,Argentina per year, rather than that number of low IQ muslims watch the leftist rrfugee lobby turn into closed border Nazis in a heartbeat.
    #Rightkindaimmigrants

  74. Tel

    I always wanted to be a civil engineer but life happened and I went a different direction.

    All engineers start out civil, until you start to piss them off.

  75. Arky

    Gore also said climate change could make large parts of the Middle East uninhabitable, which would create “climate refugees”, who would clash with settled populations in cities.

    ..
    Yes.
    The thing making the middle East uninhabitable is the climate.
    Idiot.

  76. Bruce of Newcastle

    Jeff Sessions, who fired Andrew McCabe for insufficient candour, is guilty of multiple counts of perjury.

    “Sources” eh M0nty? Lots of secret sauces around at the moment. Lefty MSMers love them with their kale and tofu.

    It’s interesting the only source actually named (J.D. Gordon) contradicts your statement.

  77. Boambee John

    m0nty
    #2664581, posted on March 19, 2018 at 10:10 am
    Jeff Sessions, who fired Andrew McCabe for insufficient candour, is guilty of multiple counts of perjury.

    So are Shrillary, former CIA director Brennan and Eric Holder. Your point is?

  78. JC

    m0nty
    #2664581, posted on March 19, 2018 at 10:10 am

    Jeff Sessions, who fired Andrew McCabe for insufficient candour, is guilty of multiple counts of perjury.

    Monster, Sessions had to fire McCabe. There was no alternative after the ethics examiners from the DOJ took a look at his actions and behavior. There was no choice.

    What you’re advocating, you fat disagreeable lesbian, is that the AG should have ignored the findings and the advice from the examiners.

  79. egg_

    Tel
    #2664588, posted on March 19, 2018 at 10:15 am
    I always wanted to be a civil engineer but life happened and I went a different direction.

    All engineers start out civil, until you start to piss them off.

    Just swooping in like a seagull to drop some sh1t before going back to a gamer forum?

  80. notafan

    She says, “We don’t look at abortion as a murder. We look at it as a thing that we ended.”

    in a nutshell

  81. Bruce of Newcastle

    Economics RSA-style.

    South African Minister Of Finance: We’ll Print More Money To Make The Poor Billionaires

    Works every time. At least they won’t have a toilet paper shortage.

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