Monday Forum: June 4, 2018

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  1. mizaris

    Talking to ourselves here.

  2. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Good afternoon, from the Wild West..

  3. mizaris

    The calm before the storm in Bremer Bay.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle

    Sad news:

    At least 25 dead in Guatemala volcano eruption

    Lahars and pyroclastic flows are bad stuff. The volcano in Hawaii has only injured one guy in all the time the recent eruption has been going, but Fuego in Guatemala is a much nastier volcano.

    However if you are in Hawaii you should not roast marshmellows over hot lava. Nor should you loiter near it, or you might be arrested by plod.

  5. OldOzzie

    Maths Class hasn’t started

  6. OneWorldGovernment

    BoN

    that is unfortunate re Guatemala

  7. Baldrick

    Take your pick which leader TheirABC is supporting with your taxes …

    4corners ✔ @4corners
    Part 1 of Trump/Russia starts today. Sarah Ferguson tracks the ties between @realDonaldTrump, his business empire and Russia.
    _____
    ABC News ✔ @abcnews
    North Korea’s top three military officials have been removed from their posts, a move analysts say could support efforts by the North’s young leader to jump-start economic development and engage with the world

  8. calli

    Tidy.

    No blood and teeth yet.

  9. Petros

    Serious question to the economists and others here, has much been written about the negative or positive effects of having a primate city in a country? To the best of my knowledge, primate cities seem quite detrimental to an economy, with the exception of the Scandinavian countries. Any thoughts, Cats?

  10. nemkat

    Freud was a great man, Jung was a mystic who lived in Switzerland until his death, mostly due to plod’s interest in his activities in the 1933 – 45 period.

  11. DrBeauGan

    True, true.
    But the Jung thing is OK, I think because its kind of investigating the underlying architecture of culture rather than eating braaains.

    I’ve not the slightest objection to people trying to understand things like culture and it may be that one day far from now it will be a scientific enterprise, but it won’t look a bit like what Jordan Peterson gets up to. It will probably look more like communities of some sort of robot and there will be computational models.

    Lots of horrid sums.

  12. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    A former artist in the RAAF, FFS.
    Should have known to tell his daughter not to walk home from the train station after dark, cried every day after her death, reportedly.

    I’m just remembering the howling mob outside the courthouse, the first time her murderers faced the court – several thoughtful souls had brought along coils of rope – and the outraged little social justice warrior, complaining that “people had no right to take the law into their own hands..”

  13. several thoughtful souls had brought along coils of rope

    I have only seen that at football matches when the locals are trying exert some influence on the umpire.

  14. NBN chief blames online gamers for fixed wireless congestion

    Not agile.

  15. John Constantine

    #metoo is all about maximum publicity to encourage as many victims as possible to come forward.

    Jailing Tommy was to silence the proles.

    It is a war, nothing has to make sense, their left just strike the enemy with any jury-rigged weapon to hand.

    Comrades.

  16. Makka

    Lee Rigby’s father slams his son’s murderer for planning to send a letter of apology – saying he would BURN IT

    Quite so. “Sorry” just doesn’t cut it but watch London’s moslem Lord Mayor support the gesture.

  17. DrBeauGan

    I’m just remembering the howling mob outside the courthouse, the first time her murderers faced the court – several thoughtful souls had brought along coils of rope – and the outraged little social justice warrior, complaining that “people had no right to take the law into their own hands..”

    If the judiciary can’t be trusted to administer justice, then taking the law into your own hands is a civic duty.

  18. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Just popped in to see what you’ve all been up to, and here is da new fred.

  19. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    I have just written a Preface to my book.
    Got that far, anyway. 😀

  20. OneWorldGovernment

    Petros
    #2727860, posted on June 4, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    Serious question to the economists and others here, has much been written about the negative or positive effects of having a primate city in a country? To the best of my knowledge, primate cities seem quite detrimental to an economy, with the exception of the Scandinavian countries. Any thoughts, Cats?

    We are living in the universe of ‘the Planet of the Apes’ whereby the likes of Jarret/Obama/Lucy/Mal whomever set out to destroy us all.

    They think they are doing the right thing and do not understand that their brains have been eaten by some shit that renders them inhuman.

  21. JC

    Trump must be wetting his pants. I’d be really frightened of him, are you?

    Trudeau: Canada Is ‘Not Going to Be Pushed Around’

  22. Dr Faustus

    Freudian slip?

    Lower-level US-North Korean talks to prepare for the summit are continuing but have made only “halting progress,” according to a second US official briefed on the discussions.

    That official said US negotiators’ efforts to press for definitions of immediate, comprehensive, verifiable and irreversible denuclearisation by North Korea had run into opposition from the White House.

  23. DrBeauGan

    It may also mean he’s replacing opposition to his opening up, which may suggest weakness. Dunno.

    We can be absolutely sure that the norks have factions, JC. If Kim wants to follow Deng Xiao Ping and open up north Korea, there will be opposition. Deng had plenty. But he showed the way by recognising that communism had failed.

    For the religious lefties this is heresy and deserves death.

  24. jupes

    Trump must be wetting his pants. I’d be really frightened of him, are you?

    Trudeau: Canada Is ‘Not Going to Be Pushed Around’

    Sounds about as threatening as egg.

  25. JC

    Look, I don’t like what he’s doing on trade and I think lots of GOP’ers also would feel the same way, but he has scored really good runs on the board and deserves this level of support.

    STUNNING 87% APPROVAL AMONG GOP VOTERS: Highest since WWII, except for GWB post-9/11: “Trump’s 500-day coup of the GOP, conservatism”

  26. Dr Faustus

    NBN chief blames online gamers for fixed wireless congestion

    Anybody running a service business, who blames the customers for service failures, has lost the plot.

  27. Caveman

    Kim Jong just wants to make North Korea Great Again. Be some good trading to be done.

  28. Makka

    We can be absolutely sure that the norks have factions, JC. If Kim wants to follow Deng Xiao Ping and open up north Korea, there will be opposition. Deng had plenty. But he showed the way by recognising that communism had failed.

    Kim’s biggest threat will come from rogue CIA thugs intent on keeping their money spigot open.

  29. egg_

    just remembering the howling mob outside the courthouse

    Even the cops were nervous, IIRC; the angry mob would probably have torn the crims apart before they even reached the ropes.

  30. DrBeauGan

    Kim’s biggest threat will come from rogue CIA thugs intent on keeping their money spigot open.

    Sounds horribly plausible, Makka.

  31. Leigh Lowe

    Trump must be wetting his pants. I’d be really frightened of him, are you?

    Trudeau: Canada Is ‘Not Going to Be Pushed Around’

    Hit me with your best shot, big boy.

  32. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2727861, posted on June 4, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    Freud was a great man, Jung was a mystic who lived in Switzerland until his death, mostly due to plod’s interest in his activities in the 1933 – 45 period.

    Freud was a deviant sexual predator.

    His son created modern day mind manipulation or, as it is known, advertising.

    Jung was far more evil and subtle than the sex pervert Freud as he set out to control the minds of Governments both politicians and their so called servants.

  33. Stimpson J. Cat

    Grigs, in all seriousness, check your letterbox.
    I literally just got my Aldi catalogue.
    It has a picture of avocados on the front
    (Australian Hass Avocados $1.29 each)
    and the header:
    “Smashing Savings!!!”

  34. Chris

    I have just written a Preface to my book.
    Got that far, anyway. 😀

    You go, girl.
    We will all buy it.

  35. Stimpson J. Cat

    Serious question to the economists and others here, has much been written about the negative or positive effects of having a primate city in a country?

    Gorilla City is a fictional city from The Flash comic, Petrol.
    Hope that helps.

  36. Chris

    Kim’s biggest threat will come from rogue CIA thugs intent on keeping their money spigot open.

    97% of BBC scriptwriters agree.

  37. Stimpson J. Cat

    Highly recommend Chuck Palahniuks new book Adjustment Day.
    Not necessarily because it’s very good, but because it is very, very, interesting indeed.

  38. DrBeauGan

    Making demands for immediate denuclearisation would be a good way to sabotage an agreement with the norks. Trump is smart enough to see this; he’d rather do a trust building first. Helping Kim open up to trade first makes sense. Which Makka’s rogues will fuck up if they possibly can.

  39. Makka

    His son created modern day mind manipulation or, as it is known, advertising.

    You may be thinking of Edward Bernays.

  40. egg_

    jupes
    #2727880, posted on June 4, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    Do your kids have a pet rabbit?

  41. 1. What goes up must come down.

    2. If a physical object leaves the atmosphere at more than 11.186 km/second it will leave Earth permanently, and with a lower velocity it will fall back to the surface.

    Both theories are testable, but the second is a scientific theory but the first is not.

    1. is an observation, or itself a hypothesis derived from a theory, 2. is a hypothesis derived from a theory. Neither are actually theories. The degree of precision of 2 probably derives from the sophistication of the theory, whereas the theory if any of 1 is rudimentary at best.

  42. pete m

    Chris
    #2727891, posted on June 4, 2018 at 5:53 pm
    I have just written a Preface to my book.
    Got that far, anyway. 😀

    You go, girl.
    We will all buy it.

    Only to post it to Johanna. With a signed inscription, darling!

  43. Pedro the Ignorant

    Back when the Earth was young I started studies to be a geologist.

    Good money, interesting work, no pick and shovel manual labour, nice clean and tidy work spaces, etc. etc..

    I was badly wrong on all counts, and gave it away as soon as I could decently drop out without causing a family feud.

    Still grubbing around in the dirt in faraway places, no degree to hang on the wall, alas, but the good money and lack of pick and shovel work compensates a little for the lack of academic post nominals..

  44. Chris

    Do your kids have a pet rabbit?

    Mine… did
    YOU BASTARD!

  45. nemkat

    Freud was a deviant sexual predator.
    Got a link for that extraordinary claim, cobber, or are you just trolling again?

  46. John Constantine

    Didn’t Gorilla Grodd, of Gorilla City get eaten by Christine Nixon and Marrissa Payne in the unfortunate ABC Q and A green room incident when the power went out and it looked like they would be trapped hours without food?.

  47. Geriatric mayfly

    A tribute to Goscinny in particular and Uderzo in The Speccie creators of Asterix. A special exhibition in London to celebrate their work. I daresay, that today the po-faced guardians of PC would be after them with their cudgels of self righteousness. It would be all about oppressed and marginalised Romans, and their endless suffering and disadvantage at the hands of toxic masculinity aided and abetted by a drug denied us because it isn’t on the PBS.

  48. DrBeauGan

    Stimpson J. Cat
    #2727897, posted on June 4, 2018 at 5:57 pm
    Highly recommend Chuck Palahniuks new book Adjustment Day.
    Not necessarily because it’s very good, but because it is very, very, interesting indeed.

    Not out on Kindle until next month, Stimpy.

  49. Tel

    Freud was a deviant sexual predator.

    His son created modern day mind manipulation or, as it is known, advertising.

    Jung was far more evil and subtle than the sex pervert Freud as he set out to control the minds of Governments both politicians and their so called servants.

    Everyone needs a hobby.

    Think about this though, the Frankfurt School used Freudian Psychology as one of their building blocks for creating the modern synthesis of “Cultural Marxism” and political correctness. You can see their techniques at work:
    * Basic repetition, no matter how inane or stupid the concept, just keep plugging away until people start picking up the catch phrases.
    * Word and emotion association like “Nazi! Nazi!” devoid of any understanding of what the word means (nor do they care about actual meaning), simply throw it around to smear opponents.
    * Appeal to the stupidest people and get them stampeding in one direction so that anyone not moving with the herd will stand out and can be dealt with.
    * Constantly changing the rules to break down any consistent mapping of cause onto effect, deprive people of the ability to stand up for any principle.
    * Rewriting language in order to jam channels of communication with noise and garbage.
    * Grabbing young people and messing with their heads before they get any real life experiences to give them grounding.

    Many people say things like “leftism is a mental illness” but has it ever occurred to anyone that this might be by design, not by accident? If you read up some of the people who have escaped from ANFITA (the well known anti-first amendment group) they describe how they were introduced to the gang by their teachers, and how the group actively searches for mentally vulnerable people, outcasts, slightly weird and unstable people, for recruitment as disposable foot soldiers.

    Don’t underestimate Psychology.

  50. cohenite

    Don’t underestimate Psychology.

    The psychology of cults. Speaking of which Bob Kernohan has a good meme on plibber’s dealer hubbie:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1940687469299051&set=a.124611107573372.13320.100000734503045&type=3&theater

  51. egg_

    Arky, does Jupes have good skin?
    Asking for a friend.

  52. calli

    Bugman says, “Leave it to the experts”. Locals say ”No!” and work in rain and wind to help clean up.

    Old, obsolete Australia isn’t quite gone yet.

  53. Geriatric mayfly

    Hit me with your best shot, big boy.

    That’s nearly as bad as the troupe of gyrating Labor lovelies, which C.L. trots out when we are all off guard.

  54. Stimpson J. Cat

    Not out on Kindle until next month, Stimpy.

    It is on mine.

    😁

  55. Peter

    Oh goody! On Nine News just now we were told that tomorrow’s ACT budget will contain rates rises and “other economic reforms”.

    I trust our friend Des had no part in this.

  56. OneWorldGovernment

    Makka
    #2727901, posted on June 4, 2018 at 5:59 pm

    His son created modern day mind manipulation or, as it is known, advertising.

    You may be thinking of Edward Bernays.

    probably

    all deviant.

  57. Stimpson J. Cat

    Many people say things like “leftism is a mental illness” but has it ever occurred to anyone that this might be by design, not by accident?

    I know, it’s so f$cking annoying honestly.
    It achieves nothing to say something so obviously and blatantly incorrect.
    They have been TAUGHT.
    In schools.
    By SANE people.
    Of course it’s design.

  58. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2727909, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:03 pm

    Freud was a deviant sexual predator.
    Got a link for that extraordinary claim, cobber, or are you just trolling again?

    hey sport.

    have you actually read Freud’s sexual deviants notes?

  59. Mitch M.

    The Defeat of Reason

    Long. Maudlin has written an interesting paper, “What Bell Did”. In such matters I am a reader not a thinker.

  60. DrBeauGan

    1. is an observation, or itself a hypothesis derived from a theory, 2. is a hypothesis derived from a theory. Neither are actually theories. The degree of precision of 2 probably derives from the sophistication of the theory, whereas the theory if any of 1 is rudimentary at best.

    It depends on how you use the word theory, DB. I’m disposed to be generous here.

    The fact that you can calculate escape velocity and also measure it, and the two numbers agree is grounds for calling the second a scientific theory.

    The first goes beyond any finite data so qualifies as a theory in my sense. It can be refuted and indeed has been. But it’s fluffy, which is objectionable. My point to Pippa was that a great many theories in psychology share the same flaw. It’s a serious objection.

    The statement itself in case 2 might be regarded as only a part of the theory. So, of course, is E= mc^2.

  61. Makka

    Don’t underestimate Psychology.

    Impossible to underestimate when it is used and applied on us every day.

  62. nemkat

    That’s nearly as bad as the troupe of gyrating Labor lovelies, which C.L. trots out when we are all off guard.
    Child’s play.
    Some may have seen the name Andrea Dworkin, a Feminist Academic famous for equating Sex with Rape.
    You may need to see a picture to get the picture.

  63. BorisG

    Think about this though, the Frankfurt School used Freudian Psychology as one of their building blocks for creating the modern synthesis of “Cultural Marxism” and political correctness.

    How can you build something so successful (in terms of impact) based on a flawed theory?

  64. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat

    do you actually understand what Jung was trying to do?

  65. nemkat

    have you actually read Freud’s sexual deviants notes?

    Got a link, digger?
    Surely you aren’t [gasp], trolling?

  66. egg_

    they describe how they were introduced to the gang by their teachers, and how the group actively searches for mentally vulnerable people, outcasts, slightly weird and unstable people, for recruitment as disposable foot soldiers.

    The usual flying monkeys, like how they had to recruit degenerates to murder the Russian Tsar’s family.

  67. Makka

    How can you build something so successful (in terms of impact) based on a flawed theory?

    Easy, first remove the desire for independent thought.

  68. urb

    YOU, ME, CARPARK NOW!
    I’ll put $500 on the pikey.

  69. OneWorldGovernment

    BorisG
    #2727930, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:19 pm

    Think about this though, the Frankfurt School used Freudian Psychology as one of their building blocks for creating the modern synthesis of “Cultural Marxism” and political correctness.

    How can you build something so successful (in terms of impact) based on a flawed theory?

    Easy peasy.

    Control the so called schools/universities and then take over the distribution of information.

  70. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2727932, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:20 pm

    have you actually read Freud’s sexual deviants notes?

    Got a link, digger?
    Surely you aren’t [gasp], trolling?

    So you know nothing of Freud and Jung.

  71. egg_

    I’ll put $500 on the pikey.

    Pay my airfare?

  72. Geriatric mayfly

    You may need to see a picture to get the picture.

    I have seen a better one of Dworkin than that, but its source is long lost. But a great view of the hams in that picture. These Boots Were Made For Walking – not bloody likely in her case. A reminder that Private Eye named one of those ghastly city estates New Dworkin.

  73. nemkat

    nemkat
    do you actually understand what Jung was trying to do?

    Possibly.
    What’s your take on Jung?

  74. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat

    you have now gone from calling me cobber and now digger.

    Are you a Russian shit?

  75. Rae

    you have now gone from calling me cobber and now digger.

    Raffertys rules.

  76. DrBeauGan

    Mitch M.
    #2727926, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:17 pm
    The Defeat of Reason

    Long. Maudlin has written an interesting paper, “What Bell Did”. In such matters I am a reader not a thinker.

    This is what happens when philosophers get in on the act. They do not improve things.

    I found it shallow.

  77. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2727943, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:27 pm

    nemkat
    do you actually understand what Jung was trying to do?

    Possibly.
    What’s your take on Jung?

    I have already said, up thread, what I believe Jung was trying to do which is control governments and hence armies.

    What is your take on what Jung was trying to do?

  78. Stimpson J. Cat

    Can someone please challenge Nemkat, Rae, and P to a fight IRL at the same time and in the same location.
    It would be hilarious.

  79. OneWorldGovernment

    Rae
    #2727945, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:30 pm

    you have now gone from calling me cobber and now digger.

    Raffertys rules.

    Go and do my ATO return and stop beclowning yourself.

  80. nemkat

    How can you build something so successful (in terms of impact) based on a flawed theory?

    Freud’s postulate of the existence of the Unconscious wasn’t wrong, even though psychoanalysis wasn’t always successful.

  81. OneWorldGovernment

    Stimpson J. Cat
    #2727949, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    Can someone please challenge Nemkat, Rae, and P to a fight IRL at the same time and in the same location.
    It would be hilarious.

    nah.

    Russian roulette.

    Led by the subtle troll, DRbeauGan.

    Communists all.

  82. H B Bear

    No point starting a shiny new thread near the socking hour. This one’s fvct already.

  83. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2727952, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:37 pm

    How can you build something so successful (in terms of impact) based on a flawed theory?

    Freud’s postulate of the existence of the Unconscious wasn’t wrong, even though psychoanalysis wasn’t always successful.

    So he just rooted those Viennese women and made up a story to justify himself.

  84. nemkat

    I have already said, up thread, what I believe Jung was trying to do which is control governments and hence armies.
    Got a link for that claim, bunjy?

  85. nemkat

    So he just rooted those Viennese women and made up a story to justify himself.

    Got a link for that claim, china?

  86. None

    You see ladies,
    this us how true gentlemen conduct themselves.
    With dignity and honor.

    ..
    This would have been true if not for the fact you were pantsless in the back yard, covered in shit and screwing a gaffer- taped possum while you posted it.

    😂😂😂

  87. Herodotus

    Some may have seen the name Andrea Dworkin, a Feminist Academic famous for equating Sex with Rape.
    When she died someone said “she just stop dworkin.”

  88. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2727957, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    I have already said, up thread, what I believe Jung was trying to do which is control governments and hence armies.
    Got a link for that claim, bunjy?

    I’ve gone from cobber, digger and now bunjy!

    nemkat.

    Have you actually read Jung’s work?

    Did you know that he believed in magic?

  89. Makka

    Slater ruled out of Origin 1.

    FMD.

  90. None

    So as I was saying The Daily Telegraph has lost the plot parliamentarians tried to force a woman to have an abortion for political expediency and now they are attacking the journalist who did the interview that I’m covered that. This is what happens when you put a childless lefty Cleo gossip columnist who can’t dress her age in charge of political reporting at the Daily Telegraph.

  91. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    And it’s Ray Bradbury, Lizzie. Farenheit 451. 🙃

    Yes, of course. Easy to name-confuse with Malcolm Bradbury. I’ve read it, recall its book burning ferocity, and I know it was the one mentioned in ‘The Bookshop’ movie as attractive to the Bill Nighy persona. It was put in the movie to intellectualise him and bring on the moral vapors amongst the book club audience about people who were awful to books, and to bookshop owners.

    All these tales about bookshops; sacred sites of the retired middle classes. Gets a bit much.
    Like tales of retired oddities in Indian hotels or lumped together in homes for old operatic thespians.

  92. None

    So as I was saying The Daily Telegraph has lost the plot. Parliamentarians tried to force a woman to have an abortion for political expediency and now they are attacking the journalist who did the interview that uncovered that. This is what happens when you put a childless lefty Cleo gossip columnist who can’t dress her age in charge of political reporting at the Daily Telegraph.

  93. Tel

    How can you build something so successful (in terms of impact) based on a flawed theory?

    I never said it was a flawed theory, I merely pointed out what it was being used for. I think Psychology still has a long way to do but it’s achieved a little bit of understanding, but most of modern Psychology has nothing to do with Freud. I think the Frankfurt school picked up on the patterns of pathology and worked on leveraging that for their own ends, they didn’t need deep understanding, just a bit of trial and error, go with what seems to be effective. As cohenite says, the psychology of cults, it isn’t exactly new, although bits have been added here and there.

    As we discovered in the computing industry: first you need to build something that works at all, then you need to idiot proof it as a defense against normal users, and then when you connect it to a network you need to harden it up enough to withstand the most patient and malicious people in the whole world.

    Breaking stuff tends to be easier than building, although breaking stuff is also one way to understand how things work (forward engineering vs reverse engineering).

  94. DrBeauGan

    Tel gives a good account of what the Frankfurt school have done, but it’s quite wrong to see this as an application of a psychological theory. Otherwise you’d have to say every competent salesman is a psychologist. Having a good feel for how people work, indeed a much better feel than any psychologist, is quite a different thing from applying a theory. Otherwise custard would have a doctorate and a Nobel prize.

  95. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    THE NATION
    Meanjin’s #MeToo snafu: journal editor apologises, contributors donate fees

    The Australian
    6:29PM June 4, 2018
    Caroline Overington
    Associate Editor
    Sydney
    @overingtonc

    It’s arguably the most woke literary journal in the country, but Meanjin’s editor, Jonathan Green, has been forced to apologise for the latest cover, which obliterates an indigenous word, in favour of the #MeToo hashtag.

    Green, who is also an ABC presenter and former Age editor, says it was his “blindness” and “carelessness” that resulted in the word Meanjin — an indigenous word for the land upon which Brisbane now sits — on the June cover being crossed out, in order to make way for a hashtag, which in turn promotes an essay by the feminist writer, Clementine Ford.

    “I regret it. It’s a reminder of my privilege to not see what now seems so obvious,” Mr Green said yesterday.

    Ms Ford, and two other writers whose work appears in the issue, have also apologised for not seeing a problem with the cover when it first went to press and, in acknowledging the “ongoing trauma of whiteness in this country” have pledged to donate their fees to services for indigenous women.

    Indigenous writer, Amy McQuire, was among the first to see, and draw attention to the offending cover on Twitter, saying: “Given the destruction of land, cultures and language is fundamentally tied to violence against Aboriginal women … it feels weird to see (the word) Meanjin crossed out in this way”

    Green responded immediately, saying: “I should have seen that … there’s a carelessness there that I didn’t intend.”

    He quickly posted a longer note to Meanjin’s website. Such was the traffic, the website momentarily crashed.

    “As Amy McQuire and others have pointed out, there is a problem with the cover of Meanjin’s winter edition,” Mr Green wrote.

    “This blindness to the subtext of obliterating the word Meanjin with the hashtag #MeToo was mine. I wanted to give the most arresting treatment I could … I was wrong to do it.”

    From the Oz. This has to be the ultimate exercise in intellectual masturbation, doesn’t it?

  96. Splatacrobat

    For Infidel
    What in the hell is going on in W.A. ????
    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    The 28 “female friendly” bays in the City of Perth Pier Street carpark — out of a total of 700 bays — are located close to the entrance and exits.

  97. cohenite

    Questions for Alexander Downer

    Arthur Chrenkoff Spectator Australia 3 June 2018

    Look at the mug on downer; that’s a face fattened by some exotic shit, it’s a swamp face. And Downer’s role in this Russian bullshit, and therein Australia’s is going to come out like entrails from roadkill when Trump finally get’s rid of mueller and starts squaring up.

  98. None

    Psychology tools is not a hard science the term hard science usually reserved for natural Sciences physics chemistry and the like it does occasionally use aspects of biology or biophysics but even when it ventures into areas such as neuroscience you can barely call it a hard science. Most experimental psychology is empirically based in the sense that I just test to answer a question rather than postulated theory and then set about to prove or disprove it. This is why there is actually very little theorising in psychology and you can find a psychological study that says just about anything. This is not to say psychology is useless. There are some very useful studies that have assisted in areas such as learning and child development but there’s also a lot of crap in psychology and more so when you get to social psychology.

  99. Stimpson J. Cat

    Can someone please challenge Nemkat, Rae, and P to a fight IRL at the same time and in the same location.
    It would be hilarious.

    Also Clive James, Monty, and Dot.
    Let’s make it a party.

  100. OneWorldGovernment

    I’ve gone from cobber, digger, bunjy and now china!

    Jung’s followers infest our Government and Defence Forces!

  101. cohenite

    For Infidel
    What in the hell is going on in W.A. ????
    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    So, ok, wear a wig and claim to be a female. These days that’s enough. Fucking hell, be a man.

  102. DrBeauGan

    Stimpmeister, I think I’m on the US site which promises the book in early July.

  103. zyconoclast

    Sad news:

    At least 25 dead in Guatemala volcano eruption

    Lahars and pyroclastic flows are bad stuff. The volcano in Hawaii has only injured one guy in all the time the recent eruption has been going, but Fuego in Guatemala is a much nastier volcano.

    How long before the entire population of Guatemala claims “calamity” refugee status like the Hondurans and Haitians?

  104. H B Bear

    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    Well that certainly calls for a campaign of civil disobedience. I’ll add it to my To Do list when heading out for a Ching Chong burger.

  105. Stimpson J. Cat

    This would have been true if not for the fact you were pantsless in the back yard, covered in shit and screwing a gaffer- taped possum while you posted it.

    You cheeky speech impaired incompetent welding Kiwi sheepf$cker,
    posting that on a dead thread hoping to escape my notice.
    How dare you.
    Fight me IRL!
    We shall duel with dead dolphins.

  106. calli

    Like tales of retired oddities in Indian hotels or lumped together in homes for old operatic thespians.

    Chuckle. Or The Beloved’s Surgical Ward for Replacement Parts.

  107. Chris

    What in the hell is going on in W.A. ????
    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    The 28 “female friendly” bays in the City of Perth Pier Street carpark — out of a total of 700 bays — are located close to the entrance and exits.

    I got cranky when I saw those bays marked. Then I found they are intended to help night shift at Royal Perth Hospital where nurses and doctors had been harrassed or attacked getting to their parking, and staff were escorting each other for safety.

  108. DrBeauGan

    None
    #2727977, posted on June 4, 2018 at 6:54 pm
    Psychology tools is not a hard science the term hard science usually reserved for natural Sciences physics chemistry and the like it does occasionally use aspects of biology or biophysics but even when it ventures into areas such as neuroscience you can barely call it a hard science. Most experimental psychology is empirically based in the sense that I just test to answer a question rather than postulated theory and then set about to prove or disprove it. This is why there is actually very little theorising in psychology and you can find a psychological study that says just about anything. This is not to say psychology is useless. There are some very useful studies that have assisted in areas such as learning and child development but there’s also a lot of crap in psychology and more so when you get to social psychology.

    On the whole that’s fair comment, None. But the learning and child development stuff has gone off the rails. Piaget was a reasonably good observer but his theorising was embarrassing. And what is done these days includes the latest in sex ed.

  109. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat

    the entire ADF hieghrer arky

  110. egg_

    There’s no further public interest in their relationship. This aspect of his life should now just be left alone

    After a paid interview?
    Teh Dumb spent 20 minutes discussing it tonight.

  111. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat

    the entire ADF so called leadership have been infected by Jungianism.

  112. Rae

    I’ve gone from cobber, digger, bunjy and now china!

    Raffertys rules. For when the Chips are down.

  113. Cactus

    A female parking bay i would just use. Whats a council going to do? Fine you. Id tell them to go and get stuffed. Couldnt possibly be upheld by courts.

  114. Percy Popinjay

    Didn’t Gorilla Grodd, of Gorilla City get eaten by Christine Nixon and Marise Payne in the unfortunate ABC Q and A green room incident when the power went out and it looked like they would be trapped hours without food?

    Now that would have made riveting television.

    P.S. Does Peter FitzSimians live in a Primate City?

  115. nemkat

    How we lived then, and how we live now.
    Pinched from today’s Daily Caller comments, along with the Andrea Dworkin pic.

  116. OneWorldGovernment

    Does a knowledge of psychology help or hinder?

  117. cohenite

    It’s a great thread when E= mc^2 and Freud both get a mention. The libido of course works at the speed of sight which is governed by light. Equally the energy of the guy depends on the mass of the woman.

  118. egg_

    you’d have to say every competent salesman is a psychologist

    Trumps bookishness; no sale, no eat, cookie boy.

  119. Stimpson J. Cat

    Stimpmeister, I think I’m on the US site which promises the book in early July.

    I’ve just sent it to Sinc, send him a polite email asking for a copy and see what happens.

  120. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I got cranky when I saw those bays marked. Then I found they are intended to help night shift at Royal Perth Hospital where nurses and doctors had been harrassed or attacked getting to their parking, and staff were escorting each other for safety.

    Was so bad at one stage, in the early Nineties, that the nurses and doctors changing shift at Royal Perth, had to have security guards to escort them too and from their car park. Two bright sparks tried to take on one of the guards, only to wake up in hospital – the guard was an ex Special Air Service Regiment troopie, and nobody saw nuffin, honestly.

  121. egg_

    Dale Carnegie’s shrewd observation that people have a need to ‘feel important’ (valued) makes the world go ’round.

  122. Stimpson J. Cat

    The 28 “female friendly” bays in the City of Perth Pier Street carpark — out of a total of 700 bays — are located close to the entrance and exits.

    Looks like transitionings back on the menu, boys!
    He ha ha ja ja ja ha ha ja!!!

  123. Stimpson J. Cat

    I’ve just sent it to Sinc, send him a polite email asking for a copy and see what happens.

    Sinc please don’t send him my email or the nudes.
    Cheers.

  124. egg_

    not to say psychology is useless.

    Struth telling you to ‘get back in the kitchen’ seems to have an effect.

  125. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat

    do you know anything?

  126. DrBeauGan

    egg_
    #2727999, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:09 pm
    you’d have to say every competent salesman is a psychologist

    Trumps bookishness; no sale, no eat, cookie boy.

    Exactly. I’ve got more respect for custard than all the quackademic psychologists in Australia. He puts real life skills to getting his bread and butter.

  127. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat

    are you living in a basement?

  128. OneWorldGovernment

    DrBeauGan
    #2728009, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:16 pm

    I’ve got more respect for custard than all the quackademic psychologists in Australia. He puts real life skills to getting his bread and butter.

    So you know nothing and acknowledge folk that know more than you do?

  129. DrBeauGan

    So you know nothing and acknowledge folk that know more than you do?

    I know a few things. But I certainly acknowledge folk that know more than I do.

    I have no reason to think you’re one of them.

  130. egg_

    (forward engineering vs reverse engineering).

    Field support tends to be reverse engineering, with workarounds and fixes often fed back to the designers for implementation.
    Psychology would have to be a form of reverse engineering with a black box.
    Ramachandra’s phantom limb solution being an example in neurosurgery, as have many discoveries made via treating injuries, is basically reverse engineering.

  131. nemkat

    nemkat

    do you know anything?
    What do you want to know, cobber?

  132. OneWorldGovernment

    DrBeauGan
    #2728014, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:23 pm

    So you know nothing and acknowledge folk that know more than you do?

    I know a few things. But I certainly acknowledge folk that know more than I do.

    I have no reason to think you’re one of them.

    so you know fuck all

    have a happy life because I am.

  133. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat
    #2728017, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:29 pm

    nemkat

    do you know anything?
    What do you want to know, cobber?

    when will australian government debt reach AUD$1trillian?

  134. Eyrie

    If there is a problem with nurses going on and off shift in the car park just arm them with Glock .40 and give them training.

  135. John Constantine

    https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20180531/pdf/43vfjb48hq902t.pdf

    The actual ASX itself to get into the property conveyancing rort.

    I thought all property conveyancing would end up done in India, but Skynet will beat them to it.

    Unless the ASX dinosaurs are giving us another sign of a toppy property market.

  136. egg_

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2728018, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:30 pm

    Some great tributes paid to the Cat on DL’s? latest thread.
    The beauty of fora IMHO is that they are greater than the sum of their parts and hopefully occasional lurkers contribute, also.
    Case in point being when someone pops in with an urgent technical issue, etc.

  137. OneWorldGovernment

    lol

    rae, nemkat, P, and master troll dr beaudangles!

  138. OneWorldGovernment

    egg_
    #2728022, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:36 pm

  139. JC

    Kimberley Strassel has more on Dolly Downer.

    When Mr. Downer ended his service in the U.K. this April, he sat for an interview with the Australian, a national newspaper, and “spoke for the first time” about the Papadopoulos event. Mr. Downer said he officially reported the Papadopoulos meeting back to Australia “the following day or a day or two after,” as it “seemed quite interesting.” The story nonchalantly notes that “after a period of time, Australia’s ambassador to the US, Joe Hockey, passed the information on to Washington.”

    My reporting indicates otherwise. A diplomatic source tells me Mr. Hockey neither transmitted any information to the FBI nor was approached by the U.S. about the tip. Rather, it was Mr. Downer who at some point decided to convey his information—to the U.S. Embassy in London.

    That matters because it is not how things are normally done. The U.S. is part of Five Eyes, an intelligence network that includes the U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The Five Eyes agreement provides that any intelligence goes through the intelligence system of the country that gathered it. This helps guarantee information is securely handled, subjected to quality control, and not made prey to political manipulation. Mr. Downer’s job was to report his meeting back to Canberra, and leave it to Australian intelligence. We also know that it wasn’t Australian intelligence that alerted the FBI. The document that launched the FBI probe contains no foreign intelligence whatsoever. So if Australian intelligence did receive the Downer info, it didn’t feel compelled to act on it.

    But the Obama State Department did—and its involvement is news. The Downer details landed with the embassy’s then-chargé d’affaires, Elizabeth Dibble, who previously served as a principal deputy assistant secretary in Mrs. Clinton’s State Department.

    When did all this happen, and what came next? Did the info go straight to U.S. intelligence? Or did it instead filter to the wider State Department team, who we already know were helping foment Russia-Trump conspiracy theories? Jonathan Winer, a former deputy assistant secretary of state, has publicly admitted to communicating in the summer of 2016 with his friend Christopher Steele, author of the infamous dossier.

    It appears Downer passed the information himself.

  140. Rae

    master troll dr beaudangles!

    ROFL

  141. JC

    Here’s the perplexing thing about the Downer involvement.

    If Dolly says there was no conversation about rogue emails/ Wussians, then why and what did he have to report to the Americans?

  142. Infidel Tiger

    Downer is scum and so is his feckless daughter.

  143. Baldrick

    Keep up the good work OWG. You’re doing a wonderful job entertaining the Trolls. 😼

  144. OneWorldGovernment

    Rae
    #2728026, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:42 pm

    master troll dr beaudangles!

    ROFL

    sorry

    rae is the master troll!

  145. egg_

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2728024, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:40 pm

    My hovercraft is full of eels.

  146. Tel

    egg_ #2728015,

    Yeah most medicine works that way, but I don’t believe that the Frankfurt school ever had much intention of putting them back together again.

  147. JC

    Downer is scum and so is his feckless daughter.

    All true. He’s one of the worst.

    What I don’t get is what did feel needed to be reported back to home base?

    Perhaps the whole Downer thing was a pretext to get the guy on FISA surveillance. This is really unusual.

  148. BB Bear;

    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    Well that certainly calls for a campaign of civil disobedience. I’ll add it to my To Do list when heading out for a Ching Chong burger.

    You realise that 28 parking bays only supplies parking space for 9 wymminses cars?

  149. herodotus

    Credlin was quite good until Nicholas Reece appeared. It then became shit until he disappeared.

  150. egg_

    most medicine works that way

    It’s amazing that some anatomical stuff dates back to da Vinci.

  151. Rae

    Rae #2728026, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:42 pm

    master troll dr beaudangles!

    ROFL

    sorry

    rae is the master troll!

    No.

  152. herodotus

    Mercifully, she had to cut the Panel segment short due to a longer one with Andrew Ruehl earlier which dealt with a case that really should be played over and over to parliamentarians until they all agree to having a discriminatory immigration policy again. Not discriminating against everyone, just that particular culture.

  153. John Brumble

    So what you’re saying, Baldrick, is that the extremist conspiracy account that could have been created by copying and pasting Google results and would be useful in presenting as evidence that the Cat is a far right blog and turns up at the same time as the troll is engaging with the troll too much?

    Righto. Sounds reasonable.Nothing to see there.

  154. herodotus

    No, Rae is, like SfB, just a piece of flotsam that Sinc won’t shunt off the site until far too late.

  155. Infidel Tiger

    Female parking bays make sense to me. They should be double the size and not requiring parallel parking skills to enter.

    Normal parking bays are just a gift to panel beaters when women are involved.

  156. Snoopy

    Leigh Sales to Episcopalian primate fuckwit, “Do you see that much emphasis on that kind of love (agape) in Donald Trump’s Amerikka?”

    Bitter witch.

  157. Tel

    Female parking bays make sense to me. They should be double the size and not requiring parallel parking skills to enter.

    Make them circular, that should cover most possibilities.

  158. C.L.

    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    Good.

  159. C.L.

    Take your family to the State of Origin at Lang Park.
    $540.
    Individual: $200.

    Seriously.

  160. Ubique

    The City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    An innocent enquiry of the City of Perth would be fun as to whether blokes who identify as women, women who identify as blokes and transgender types qualify. The policy conundrum would fully occupy Council meetings for three years.

  161. Percy Popinjay

    Yo gee, it’s ma Sistah MC Alberscreechee!

    Via the Blair.

  162. cohenite

    Ramachandra’s phantom limb solution being an example in neurosurgery, as have many discoveries made via treating injuries, is basically reverse engineering.

    Phantom limb syndrome is more than Reverse Engineering. The body has a template of the complete body even though a limb is missing. With treatment of phantom limb symptoms, which can be excruciating, the mind is tricked into accepting the limb is gone by presenting the limb as still existing.

    Experiments have shown the mind is very flexible in accepting non-natural variation of the body which is pleasant news for pantropists and those poor souls who dream of becoming octopi.

  163. OneWorldGovernment

    Baldrick
    #2728030, posted on June 4, 2018 at 7:44 pm

    Keep up the good work OWG. You’re doing a wonderful job entertaining the Trolls. 😼

    Yeah I know Baldrick

    And I’m sorry.

    I spent a few years around different places in Canberra.

    Some of our so called finest leadership have been Jung tied.

  164. MsDolittle

    Doc reckons he is about to start posting at the Cat in the next day or so….reckons he needs a little help and support from the fine minds here. (Only fine minds, mind… no riffraff. K.)

  165. Tel

    It’s amazing that some anatomical stuff dates back to da Vinci.

    Older than that.

    https://www.famousscientists.org/galen/

  166. Percy Popinjay

    With treatment of phantom limb symptoms, which can be excruciating

    It’s like watching Q&A??

  167. Roger

    Leigh Sales to Episcopalian primate fuckwit, “Do you see that much emphasis on that kind of love (agape) in Donald Trump’s Amerikka?”

    Bitter witch.

    Yes, I noticed that; apparently giving people jobs and hope is a mortal sin.

  168. Snoopy

    MsDolittle
    #2728062, posted on June 4, 2018 at 8:15 pm
    Doc reckons he is about to start posting at the Cat in the next day or so….reckons he needs a little help and support from the fine minds here.

    It might be handy if he can go a bit.

  169. cohenite

    It’s like watching Q&A??

    That’s a lobotomy.

  170. OneWorldGovernment

    I defy anyone to have read Karl Jung’s treaties on magic and astrology.

    And this is the fuckwit that Canberran APS including ADF and politician people have been brainwashed.

  171. rickw

    THE City of Perth has introduced female-only parking bays in a CBD carpark.

    Dare I ask how this mental flatulance is enforced?!

  172. Harlequin Decline

    Richard Burton’s brilliant reading of Dylan Thomas’s ‘Lament’. Audio starts at 16 seconds.

  173. Death Giraffe

    It might be handy if he can go a bit.

    ..
    He will need a gravatar, email address and weight division.

  174. None

    It’s amazing that some anatomical stuff dates back to da Vinci.

    one of Da Vinci’s most famous anatomical drawings actually goes back to Galen and his experiment with the squealing pig. The anatomy really didn’t advance munch from about the pre-socratics until the Renaissance except for female anatomy

  175. Boambee John

    Can we expect to see a triumphal torrent of posts from m0nty, the running dog lackey of the fascist left establishment, during 4 Corners?

    “I told you so, this repetition of old information proves, absolutely proves, the correctness of the old information”.

  176. rickw

    If there is a problem with nurses going on and off shift in the car park just arm them with Glock .40 and give them training.

    Yep. Only takes one or two scumbags to get wasted and instant polite society.

  177. OneWorldGovernment

    MsDolittle
    #2728062, posted on June 4, 2018 at 8:15 pm

    Doc reckons he is about to start posting at the Cat in the next day or so….reckons he needs a little help and support from the fine minds here. (Only fine minds, mind… no riffraff. K.)

    MsDolittle

    tell the doc to keep his fine mind and don’t come near the OT.

  178. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Richard Burton’s brilliant reading of Dylan Thomas’s ‘Lament’. Audio starts at 16 seconds.

    Richard Burton, reading “Under Milkwood” was one of the classics.

  179. OneWorldGovernment

    The bloke that I met in Canberra that was ‘jagging’ the Jung was from Canada.

    I believe in every Capital city in the Western World there is a Jungian corrupting minds.

  180. Stimpson J. Cat

    Doc reckons he is about to start posting at the Cat in the next day or so….reckons he needs a little help and support from the fine minds here. (Only fine minds, mind… no riffraff. K.)

    Is he hot and is he single?
    Asking for a friend.

  181. MsDolittle

    He will need a gravatar, email address and weight division.

    He is a lanky bantam but going straight into heavyweight. Josh Frightenberg -v- Kooyong’s Rees-Moggmentum contesting the heavyweight energy belt. It will be a sell out.

  182. Snoopy

    Mrs Snowcone
    Sopranos
    Undetected spies
    Clapper
    Ivanka
    Trump

  183. JC

    DoLittle

    That would cut out 88% of the people here.

  184. Nick

    Doc reckons he is about to start posting at the Cat in the next day or so….reckons he needs a little help and support from the fine minds here. (Only fine minds, mind… no riffraff. K.)

    Good. We need him.

  185. egg_

    Experiments have shown the mind is very flexible in accepting non-natural variation of the body which is pleasant news for pantropists and those poor souls who dream of becoming octopi.

    Caught your previous post on this, thanks.

  186. None

    Leigh Sales to a Episcopalian = failed wife to a failed priest.

  187. Boambee John

    To borrow a phrase from Feynman, CAGW “science” is Cargo Cult Science.

    Feynman would have been 100 this year.

  188. Herodotus:

    No, Rae is, like SfB, just a piece of flotsam that Sinc won’t shunt off the site until far too late.

    Looks to me like nobody can bothered following Sinc’s rules regarding trolls any more.

    Yes, like a cage full of Howler Monkeys who have just stopped flinging shit around the place due to faecal exhaustion, they’re all pointing at each other and saying that he * points * threw the first turd.
    Then refuse to comprehend they are all standing in each others shit.

  189. Snoopy

    Clapper – Trump is Putin’s gimp
    Washington – House of Cards
    Law suit opponent
    Dark side of deal making

  190. Snoopy

    Organised crime lawyer
    Bankruptcies
    Chequered career
    Got lucky
    Russian money

  191. Stimpson J. Cat

    I defy anyone to have read Karl Jung’s treaties on magic and astrology.

    He’s f$cking Swiss.
    Who the f$ck wants to read a book by some neutral yodelling Army knife making Nazi gold hoarding Swiss chocolatier?

    Jesus Christ.

  192. Snoopy

    Trump SoHo isn’t in SoHo!

  193. Oh come on

    So let me get this straight. The NBN boss is blaming his broadband customers for slowing down his company’s broadband service because they had the temerity to use the service they paid for?

    Yep, sounds like a state-owned company mentality to me. The NBN management have acquired it in record time. Such curmudgeonly thinking usually takes many years to inculcate.

  194. OneWorldGovernment

    I want the magic cheap electricity and I want it now.

  195. Death Giraffe

    You cheeky speech impaired incompetent welding Kiwi sheepf$cker,
    posting that on a dead thread hoping to escape my notice.
    How dare you.
    Fight me IRL!
    We shall duel with dead dolphins.

    ..
    Sorry for the late reply to your challenge.
    I was stuck on the Monash.
    I am tired of these lame online challenges to fisticuffs.
    So gay.
    I propose the following duel:
    Sinc plants a red flag at some remote location somewhere roughly midway our abodes.
    Then he simultaneously sends us both the GPD co-ordinates.
    If you get to the red flag first, you win and I will pay you a small sum of monies.
    If I manage to catch you before you reach the flag, remove your noggin from your torso with a blunt spoon, I win, and get to desecrate your still warm corpse.
    Are you in?

  196. Snoopy

    More House of Cards music.
    Does Sarah know President Bartlett is Democrat?

  197. Makka

    If Dolly says there was no conversation about rogue emails/ Wussians, then why and what did he have to report to the Americans?

    Why: Because he wants in on the Clinton Crime Gang. He’s already coughed up $25 mill of our money as his entrance fee.

    What: Whatever he is told to report. It doesn’t matter. What does matter is TIMING. Downer is given his orders to help the deep state and that’s exactly what he does.

  198. Oh come on

    Trump SoHo isn’t in SoHo!

    Leak that to the NYT. ‘A new front has opened in the ongoing Mueller investigation…’

  199. H B Bear

    You realise that 28 parking bays only supplies parking space for 9 wymminses cars?

    No way I’m parking in the Pier St carpark. It is full of weirdos and whack jobs and I say that as someone on the weirdo spectrum myself. The chicks can have ’em.

    One should never go east of Barrack St in the Perth CBD unless you are summoned or in custody to attend court. Perhaps a trip to Huxtaburger during daylight hours is OK I guess.

  200. the not very bright Marcus

    OMG!! keep looking 4 corners ..someone might say something incriminating soon

  201. Snoopy

    Notorious partner!
    We would sell property to anyone who had enough money.
    Trump’s partner rejects career criminal tag.

  202. Snoopy

    Oh no! Trump’s partner was born in Russia and grew up with gangsters.

  203. Armadillo

    “Death on the Tracks”. Looks like we were right Eggy. Boys probably went for a few cones, crashed the car and panicked.

    That “Terry Souter” (his mate who committed suicide) I remember after having a good look at his photograph. Pretty damn sure he was in my form at school. I think he left in Year 10, as I definitely don’t remember him going on to do the HSC. Wasn’t a bad bloke IIRC.

    Still don’t recall the publicity at the time though.

  204. egg_

    He will need a gravatar, email address and weight division*.

    We may need a Medic.

    *2 inches taller than Tyson, same weight.
    I’ll wager that my ankles are bigger, doc – almost impossible to get surgical stockings over ’em (took 3 staff).
    /Marcus Adonis

  205. Snoopy

    Trump’s partner was an FBI informant against organised crime and Al Qaeda. Sarah’s head is spinning.

  206. Stimpson J. Cat

    Then he simultaneously sends us both the GPD co-ordinates.

    This sounds like the typical complicated and convoluted scheme to get me to wear a scouts uniform and orienteer for your pleasure that everyone trys on me at least once.
    I don’t like it.

  207. egg_

    “Death on the Tracks”.

    Caught that – if the LC/LJ Torana was stolen, wouldn’t it have been reported?

  208. Snoopy

    Lisping Bloomberg guy certainly doesn’t like Trump’s partner.

  209. MsDolittle
    #2728062, posted on June 4, 2018 at 8:15 pm
    Doc reckons he is about to start posting at the Cat in the next day or so….reckons he needs a little help and support from the fine minds here.

    My take;

    Be polite, be professional and have a plan to kill your enemies.

    Oh yeah, always escalate.

    PPS – and play nice with the other children.

  210. the not very bright Marcus

    Trump marketed apartments to rich Russians …..see …The Russians changed the election results

  211. Fisky

    The disgusting Dolly Downer should be locked up in Guantanamo Bay for attempted interference in the 2016 election. Trump should also cancel the Five Eyes alliance for good measure, now it has been exposed as a false Leftist intelligence front.

  212. Makka

    MsDolittle,

    Nothing beats on the job training. He should just wade in and wear a flack jacket.

  213. egg_

    Mrs Snowcone to faceplant Aunty?

  214. Snoopy

    This is proof in ABC land, “It is alleged in court papers….”

  215. Fisky

    Dolly Downer must be waterboarded until he confesses his role as a stooge for the Clinton Crime Family.

  216. Snoopy

    Trump is sensitive.
    Trump in bed with Sater.

  217. Armadillo

    Caught that – if the LC/LJ Torana was stolen, wouldn’t it have been reported?

    It belonged to the boss of one of the guys in the cars apparently. I think they said the boss reported it stolen.

  218. Boambee John

    Doesn’t Australia market apartments to rich Chinese? Is there a pattern developing here?

  219. Snoopy

    Mrs Snowcone to faceplant Aunty?

    I think a three part series straddling the release of the Horowitz report could be a difficult.

  220. Helen

    The 28 “female friendly” bays in the City of Perth Pier Street carpark — out of a total of 700 bays — are located close to the entrance and exits.

    What – like they are disabled spaces or something?

    Night

  221. egg_

    The post accident panic scenario they brainstormed sounded plausible, even to the Uncle.
    Hopefully, he gets some closure.

  222. littledozer

    lol this guy is nuts….so the Russians backed Trump in cause obviously he was going to become Prez and put in policies to benefit them

  223. Snoopy

    Lisping Bloomberg gnome knows that Mueller is investigating the financing of SoHo.

    Oh noes! Sater and Michael Cohen were childhood friends.

  224. the not very bright Marcus

    A Trump tower in Moscow …..Shhhh … don’t let anyone know

  225. H B Bear

    Sales, Alberscreechi and Mrs Snowcone are in a race to the bottom. My money is on the Screech.

  226. Armadillo

    The kid in the car might have been working for a mate of his Dad’s, and he let him take the car for the night. Purely speculation of course. Be interesting to know if it was reported stolen AFTER the accident.

    It’s not as if it’s a company car. Begs the question. Of all the cars in Tamworth to steal, WTF steal your bosses private vehicle. Doesn’t make any sense.

  227. Snoopy

    Not declared.

    Isikoff Stunned That His Carter Page Article Was Used To Justify Spy Warrant

  228. Stimpson J. Cat

    What – like they are disabled spaces or something?

    Women aren’t disabled Helen.
    More like Special.
    Let’s call them Special Car Parks for Special Ladies.

  229. Snoopy

    Planning to build a hotel in Moscow is not nice.

  230. Snoopy

    More spooky House of Cards music.

  231. littledozer

    The most unlikely candidate won the GOP nomination according to Mrs Snowcone…..did the Russians rig the primaries?

  232. Snoopy

    Roger Stone schools Sarah.

  233. DrBeauGan

    Was it you who mentioned the Stross series, Stimpy? It’s got some amusing IT allusions and the underlying plot framework has possibilities. I have just started 7% of the way through, but there was a long, stupid and pointless introduction which I skipped.

  234. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    What – like they are disabled spaces or something?

    Night

    Perth bogans consider obesity and illiteracy disabilities, that entitle you to knock off the disabled parking place.

  235. Snoopy

    Without the Sopranos and House of Cards music it would be a nothingburger.

  236. Snoopy

    Paul Barry comes up with a lot of questions that have never been asked of Tony Burqa or remarked upon by Media Watch.

  237. egg_

    WTF steal your bosses private vehicle

    Smells of a cover up, no wonder the Cops were uninterested.

  238. Infidel Tiger

    Qantas will now refer to Taiwan as a Chinese territory, after a request labelled as ‘Orwellian nonsense’ by the White House.

    What a disgrace that company is.

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