Q&A Forum: June 25, 2018

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113 Responses to Q&A Forum: June 25, 2018

  1. Westie Woman

    Hello Carpe!

    Lucky 13 for me please

  2. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13

  3. For those in different timezones, this is the Periscope link to livestream.

    https://www.periscopen.com/search.php?keyword=qanda

  4. Vic in Prossy

    May I have 18, please Carpe?

  5. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13
    Vic in Prossy 18

  6. Cpt Seahawks

    2 please Carpe.

  7. Peter Castieau

    Evening everyone. 53 please Carpe.

    I’m watching a replay of the French GP so won’t be watching.

    Thanks for watching for me.

  8. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13
    Vic in Prossy 18
    Cpt Seahawks 2

  9. Megan

    I’ve been missing in action but I’m here tonight for the Lotto. I simply cannot watch. Good luck troopos and 29 for me please Carpe.

  10. Dave in Marybrook

    I really seriously can’t imagine myself watching.
    Unless some entrepreneur blindsides Graham Innes by asking him what he was paid, how many hours he put in, and what he actually achieved in his time as Commissioner.
    6 interruptions please Carp.

  11. Tonights Panel

    Kiruna Stamell – Luvvie and HARPY
    Dylan Alcott – Sporty Spice with wheels
    Graeme Innes – Whiny Activist
    Catia Malaquias – Ambulance Chaser
    Bruce Bonyhady – NDIS tax hoovering shill

  12. Cpt Seahawks

    This Qanda panel seems to be part human rights and part inspiring wheelchair athlete deeds, from an athlete who is apparently white.
    How does victim poker work in this situation? Where one of the panel may resent being labelled a victim.

  13. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13
    Vic in Prossy 18
    Cpt Seahawks 2
    Megan 29
    Dave in Marybrook 6

  14. This Qanda panel seems to be part human rights and part inspiring wheelchair athlete deeds, from an athlete who is apparently white.

    It will be all victim all night with a dollop of gimme gubbermint cash

  15. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    22, if you please, Carpe.

  16. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13
    Vic in Prossy 18
    Cpt Seahawks 2
    Megan 29
    Dave in Marybrook 6
    ZK2A 22

  17. Cpt Seahawks

    Drool, gubbermint cash

  18. The BigBlueCat

    Carpe Jugulum
    #2746874, posted on June 25, 2018 at 9:08 pm
    For those in different timezones, this is the Periscope link to livestream.

    I am an in an indifferent timezone – does that count?

  19. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13
    Vic in Prossy 18
    Cpt Seahawks 2
    Megan 29
    Dave in Marybrook 6
    ZK2A 22
    Custard 53

  20. I am an in an indifferent timezone – does that count?

    Close enough 🙂

  21. It’s time for the snowcone victim hour

    So put your brain in neutral, walk with a limp and;

    LLllleeetttssss get rrreeaaadddyyyyy to rrruuuummmbbbllleeeee

  22. Interruption Lotto

    Carpe 56
    Pete of Perth 1
    Westie Woman 13
    Vic in Prossy 18
    Cpt Seahawks 2
    Megan 29
    Dave in Marybrook 6
    ZK2A 22
    Custard 53
    RobK 25

  23. Megan

    Two years ago I thought it could not possibly get worse. How wrong I was.

  24. going full victim retard early

    Never go full victim retard early

  25. Megan

    I have a sudden urge to set fire to my tv.

  26. opening statement – wheelie bin wants to get laid.

    But it takes him 5 minutes to get there

  27. Circus midget goes for the victim gold medal

  28. Megan

    Re-reading my sunday school Bible would be more interesting.

  29. There is an odd person on the left of screen waving there arms about.

  30. Cpt Seahawks

    Circus midget goes for the victim gold medal

    When everyone is a victim, whites lose, no matter how dwarved. A Mussie with a bandaid trumps.

  31. Peter Campion

    Some in the audience appear, um, differently abled…

  32. Megan

    *counts out tea leaves one by one to make evening cup of tea*

  33. Complaint about the ndis

    Shagger defends it

  34. RobK

    NDIS is a bottomless pit.

  35. Some in the audience appear, um, differently abled…

    Some of them look like the just bunged on a mecchano set.

  36. And now on to the “funding”

    Tax hoovering asshats.

  37. Peter Campion

    Staff numbers to be capped. That’s handy.

  38. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Re-reading my sunday school Bible would be more interesting.

    Re – reading the road traffic code would be more interesting.

  39. Cpt Seahawks

    *counts out tea leaves one by one to make evening cup of tea*

    Then watch a pot boil.

  40. I have an old copy of AS 2550 – Cranes i may flick through.

  41. Megan

    Re – reading the road traffic code would be more interesting.

    The 2003 phone directory is looking good.

  42. Megan

    I have a Zippy tap, Captain. No waiting around for water. 734 tea leaves so far.

  43. BrettW

    Saw him introduce the panel and mention NDIS.

    I don’t need to watch the show to know the answer to Jones’s question.

    The NDIS is going to be a Trainwreck that, whilst admirable in its aims, is going to be rorted for huge sums over the coming years. Many examples of companies increasing their costs for NDIS related services/ products have already been given by radio callers. One such caller saying his cost for a regular physio had doubled and this would mean he would get less treatments for the same expenditure. Such companies should be named and shamed. The Govt needs to crack down early on such rorts.

  44. RobK

    WAs scheme before NDIS was at least as good but better supervised.

  45. The Govt needs to crack down early on such rorts.

    aaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    Good One.

  46. Wheelie Bin the olympian – gimme money

  47. Cpt Seahawks

    NDIS = replace experienced care workers with imported low paid alternatives.

  48. Megan

    The Govt needs to crack down early on such rorts.

    The government needs to do a lot of things, Brett. Sadly it is completely incapable of doing any but waste taxpayer’s hard earned money.

  49. Next question from a circus midget – gimme money

    these people are so predictable.

  50. EvilElvis

    For a non watcher, is the dwarf the same one Albosleazy was drooling over and trying to line up for a floorbound air mattress rub and tug a few months back?

  51. EvilElvis
    #2746952, posted on June 25, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    Possibly.

  52. Cpt Seahawks

    120cm, get a job as live bait on a Marlin boat.

  53. Peter Campion

    I have a really short attention span.

    Gimme money.

  54. BrettW

    Reading the thread whilst watching a Mexican movie, on Netflix, about corrupt politicians.

    How about the Govt contract out their investigations into NDIS rorting. Payment would be based on a %age of the money saved. Bit like bounty hunters.

  55. Cpt Seahawks

    I’d like an individualised package.

  56. Cpt Seahawks

    With maximised capability.

  57. The ghost of steven hawkins has arrived.

  58. JC

    Rooster says

    NIDIS

    “whilst admirable in its aims,…

    Every time the rooster briefly ventures into political discourse here, he tends soft mushy squishy left.

    Rooster should explain why it’s admirable to force taxpayers to fund the disability of others when they have families who can work and take care of their needs… just like before the NDIS.
    Rooster should also explain who and how politicians are being admirable* in deciding to take money from taxpayers then handing it over to NDIS’ers.

    definition of admirable *arousing or deserving respect and approval.

    There’s nothing admirable about the NDIS or its objectives. It’s forcing one group to pay for another preferred group. Nothing admirable nor courageous about that at all.
    (Program note. Rooster goes nuts when challenged like this and really fun to watch).

  59. Megan

    I’ll be literally watching paint dry from 7am tomorrow morning. Cannot wait after this agonising dalliance with Snowcone and his handpicked panel of assorted losers and moaners.

  60. There’s nothing admirable about the NDIS or its objectives. It’s forcing one group to pay for another preferred group.

    Another example of state sanctioned theft.

  61. Megan

    The ghost of steven hawkins has arrived.

    And left just as quickly. He can still recognise a turkey when he sees one.

  62. Tax hoover wants her intellectally disabled son to get a real job.

    Sorry, can’t use him in marine civil works.

  63. RobK

    Now they want to run the joint.

  64. mini me is off on a tangent

    Playing the victim – how tedious.

  65. Downs kid doesn’t feel included.

    I don’t care.

  66. JC

    The Govt needs to crack down early on such rorts.

    Rooster doesn’t seem to understand that it’s impossible for government to crack down sovietized welfare distribution models because it doesn’t have the creativity, manpower or even the motivation to crack down on fraud. It’s almost impossible to police these large scale welfare models.
    The last large scale fraud I read about was about six years ago in the US Medicare system. The estimate was that around US$250 billion of fraud annually in that system.

    What these models collectively do is most certainly reduce more freedoms and force governments into becoming more repressive, as demand for more money skyrockets because of unlimited wants from welfare recipients. You see this a few times per week through the press releases coming from the ATO with threats such as attempting to scare taxpayers about dry cleaning deductions. That’s where it’s got to. The ATO threatens taxpayers on excessive dry cleaning claims. Now that’s admirable.

  67. AlanR

    Cape Jugulum – “circus midget” indeed. What a deplorable excuse for a human being you have proven yourself to be.

  68. RobK

    My non-verbal Downs son did main stream schooling including hostel living during high school…..before ndis.
    He loves group work office cleaning and car washing for a couple of bucks an hour.

  69. AlanR
    #2746977, posted on June 25, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    What part of go fuck yourself isn’t clear to you

  70. Morbidly obese orange haired swampy feels overwhelmed.

    Geez she would get chest pain looking at stairs.

  71. ndia – we need training and our own IT, oh, and gimme money

  72. Mini me – gimme money it’s a human right

  73. RobK

    NDIS is mainly a money issuing scheme. There’s a whole other side to organising contractors and replacing volunteers.

  74. Megan

    Gimme money

    Alan is happy to contribute.

  75. two people in shared (government) accommodation want to go and live independantly, nothing is stopping you princess and of coursehe wants ‘gimme money’

  76. And on cue wheelie bin goes to – gimme money.

  77. RobK

    Oh dear. Money is no object.

  78. Where the hell do these leeches think the $$ come from.

  79. RobK

    There are concessions some minorities need to accept.

  80. And to finish on a low note we end with – gimme money and housing.

  81. Interruptions came in at 0

    Bernadi is the sacrificial lamb next week – numbers should be higher.

  82. stackja

    Carpe went bed early, missed fun, curious, zero, how often?

  83. Westie Woman

    Thanks Carpe for suffering yet again!

  84. BrettW

    JC,
    You seem desperate for a stoush.

    However just because I used the words “admirable in its aims” does not mean I support it. I don’t support it as I recognise the huge costs involved to taxpayers. NDIS and NBN were unfounded “gifts” to the nation by Gillard. Unfortunately Abbott and Turnbull did not have the guts to say not workable and no funds to pay for it. What vote desperate politician is going to say not going to fund the sick and handicapped.

    Silly me for even suggesting the Govt should crack down on rorters.

  85. JC

    Rooster,

    Actually I don’t want a stoush. I want you to explain why you consider the NDIS “admirable”.

    It doesn’t matter if you support it or not, as I’m focusing on the description you offered. Tell us, in your own words, why it’s admirable to conceive another soviet welfare model.

    Silly me for even suggesting the Govt should crack down on rorters.

    They can’t eliminate fraud, you clown. I explained why. Not even China, which has the penalty of a bullet to the head, can stamp it out.

  86. BrettW

    JC,
    How about you bang your head against a wall.

    Funny to see you posting about lying sack of shit when that is a description that can be applied to you.

    Night night Head prefect.

  87. JC

    How about you bang your head against a wall.

    Go eat dick, Rooster. I’m sure you good at it, you little sissy

    Every time you get a pasting, which is every single time you engage, you walk away and sulk.

    Funny to see you posting about lying sack of shit when that is a description that can be applied to you.

    Lol. you lamentable little faggot.

  88. Tom

    For those of us who don’t watch, this is a brilliant thread and always a go-to on Tuesday morning. Thanks for your sacrifice, Cats!

  89. Megan

    Thanks Carpe, I seem to have drifted off amongst the tea leaves. What self inflicted torture on a Monday night.

  90. John

    I may even watch next week if Cory is on. Last time he was on, he made Tony Jones very angry. I’m still not sure why.

  91. Funny, but back in the 1950s when there was no NDIS and little welfare support for the disabled there didn’t seem to be many disabled! Was it that we were a nation of healthier stock back then or was it, as my old man once said, they were given a little tap on the head at birth? Regardless, if you defy the laws of natural selection the race simply becomes weaker to the point where it breeds itself into oblivion.

  92. flyingduk

    Regardless, if you defy the laws of natural selection the race simply becomes weaker to the point where it breeds itself into oblivion.

    Not necessarily so in our world, and certainly not rapidly. Remember that its survival of the ‘fittest’ for that environment. In the current ‘vulnerability is a weapon’ ecosystem the least able get the most resources by using the welfare state to transfer resources from the more productive. In time of course, the welfare state will collapse and us K selected wolves will again prosper, but we really need a systemic collapse to manifest it. Personally, I can’t wait, I think it will be fun times.

  93. OldOzzie

    Agree with Tom – saves me torture of watching ABC Q & A

    Thanks Carpe ans Cats who contribute

  94. Dr Fred Lenin

    Once again I didn’t watch this crap ,keeping up my record of never having watched it and not knowing what snowcone looks like ,never watch alpbc only when they show some good bbc drama funny that ,both organisations are rotten with communist filth ,but the Pommy one still makes an effort to entertain with drama , The English mustn’t be so simple minded one track. Indeed communists as the home grown mob .

  95. Tintarella di Luna

    NDIS = replace experienced care workers with imported low paid alternatives.

    You got it in one — there is an agreement in place between the Federal government and disability service providers to give immigrants/refugees jobs (service providers will of course be recompensed for this convenience) — I don’t know how they can do a police check on someone who’s been in the country for six months or a year.

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