Open Forum: July 7, 2018

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  1. nemkat

    Sure – maybe wife #2 was a Russian Bride (in the worst sense of the term) – but no matter how bad it gets, it never justifies what he did.

    Exactly.

    Virtue signaling on stilts here tonight.
    If you didn’t have a Family Court system that’s designed to destroy Australian families, none of tis would’ve happened.
    You could bet your balls on tat.

  2. BorisG

    Since he hadn’t seen the children in the 2 years since the marriage collapsed, it’s very likely that she made allegations of abuse against him.

    You can’t make these things up just like that.

    The rest of your assertions about family court may be true but if you think this justifies murders, you must be mad.

  3. BorisG

    Nemkat is one of the socks.

    what does this mean?

  4. Two out so far…?

    Thanks for that Steve.
    The ABC haven’t updated the story for four hours now.

  5. Oh come on

    Boris, you dummy. It’s looking for a response and it’ll say anything to get one. Keep feeding it if you want.

  6. OneWorldGovernment

    done deal
    #2757968, posted on July 8, 2018 at 8:22 pm

    Have you ever sacked a top 4/6 Audit Company?

  7. nemkat

    BorisG:
    I understand that you desperately want to get an invite to the W.A. Cat picnic, and you think initiating a pile on might get you there, but you’ve outed yourself as a repulsive crawler.

    My advice?
    Borrow a necktie, and head to the Ladies dunny.

  8. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Two out so far…?

    Thanks, Steve.

  9. Oh come on

    what does this mean?

    Borry, do try to keep up.

  10. H B Bear

    Fark the whole drawer is here tonight. Idiocy on steroids.

  11. Tintarella di Luna

    And approximately how long would it take?

    Hard to say, Tinta.
    These days it takes me all night to do what I once did all night.

    memoryvault: or did you mean that “These days it takes me all night to do what I did once all night?” it’s the doing and the placing of the once that’s confusing me. Please explain or have I got it?

  12. Rae

    Nemkat is one of the socks.

    what does this mean?

    It means that whomever said it is delusional. Having been infected by the mental deficiency that is endemic among the Cat “regulars”.

  13. BorisG

    nemkat, you are sick. Keep justifying murders and murderers. No more words from me.

  14. Bruce in WA

    No. He got registered and bought the guns specifically to do what he did.

    Maybe. But had he NOT got the FALs — which he never should have been given — I’d lay money he would have found another way.

    The tool was just the means to the end. Another tool would have done.

    Anyway, I forgot — fuck off.

  15. BorisG

    Maybe. But had he NOT got the FALs — which he never should have been given — I’d lay money he would have found another way.

    It looks that way. Besides, is anyone suggesting Australia’s gun laws are not tough enough?

  16. Rae

    Anyway, I forgot — fuck off.

    I didn’t. Right back atcha.

  17. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Fark the whole drawer is here tonight. Idiocy on steroids.

    Harsh, but fair.

  18. Please explain or have I got it?

    An old joke Tinta.
    And not one I can readily explain on the Cat.

  19. Cactus

    Sometimes nothing else matters. Sometimes there is a clear purpose. A clear mission to acheive. That is these Thai boys. It can bring out the best in people. I hope its enough.

  20. Rae

    But had he NOT got the FALs — which he never should have been given — I’d lay money he would have found another way.

    Must be one of the dumbest self-serving comments ever made at the Cat.

    He did. So, he didn’t need to find another way.

  21. Oh come on

    The sock drawer curator does something it believes will ensure that others think it impossible for nemkat and Rae to be thought of as one and the same. It does this trick a lot. Far too often, in fact. The sock drawer curator has always tried too hard, which is why it’s so easy to identify its socks.

    Hint: the ‘trick’ involves tabbed browsing, and it’s pretty obvious. It knows what I’m talking about

  22. Bruce in WA

    It looks that way. Besides, is anyone suggesting Australia’s gun laws are not tough enough?

    Yes: Phillip Alpers, the Greens, GCA, the NSW Opposition … just for starters.

    I didn’t. Right back atcha.

    Do you have any idea how much like Bart Simpson that sounds? “I know I am, but what are you?”

  23. Oh come on

    Oh look who’s turned up. Hey, here’s an idea. Why don’t Rae and nemkat post comments at the same time? Gosh, that would be hard to do.

    It’d be a serial killer but it lacks the smarts.

  24. Rae

    I don’t watch the Simpsons. But you apparently do. It’s a show for dummies IMO.

  25. Bruce in WA

    He did. So, he didn’t need to find another way.

    That doesn’t even make sense, fucktard. What part of “Had he not …” don’t you understand? (I know … all of it.)

    But hey, why the fuck am I talking to a sock puppet?

  26. Bruce in WA

    It’s a show for dummies IMO.

    And with your opinion and $4.80 I can get a decent double-shot espresso.

  27. nemkat

    Maybe. But had he NOT got the FALs — which he never should have been given — I’d lay money he would have found another way.

    How could you know that? You’ve no idea.

    It looks that way. Besides, is anyone suggesting Australia’s gun laws are not tough enough?

    It doesn’t look that way at all. It looks very planned and premeditated.
    So, yeah, there are problems with Australia’s Gun Laws, along with some other Laws.

  28. Tintarella di Luna

    An old joke Tinta.
    And not one I can readily explain on the Cat.

    By George I think I got it memoryvault

  29. The kids in the cave are requesting fried chicken – KFC – when they get out.

  30. By George I think I got it memoryvault

    I’m not going to go there, Tinta . . .

  31. John Constantine

    “The gamble on an Anglican approach to faith and morals is even more high-risk — as Anglicanism’s own schisms well attest. The pope’s “new paradigm” has defused the immediate threat of schism by maintaining a studious ambiguity whenever challenged. But it will ensure that the church’s factions, already polarized and feuding, grow ever more apart. And it implies a rupture (or, if you favor it, a breakthrough) in the church’s understanding of how its teachings can and cannot change — one less dramatic in immediate effect than the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, but ultimately more far-reaching in its implications for Catholicism.

    Francis’ inner circle is convinced that such a revolution is what the Holy Spirit wants — that the attempts by John Paul II and Benedict to maintain continuity between the church before and after Vatican II ended up choking off renewal.

    They are right that the John Paul II paradigm was fraught with flaws and tensions; the ease with which Francis has reopened debates that conservatives considered closed has testified to that. But this pope has not just exposed tensions; he has heightened them, encouraging sweeping ambitions among his allies and pushing disillusioned conservatives toward traditionalism. Like certain imprudent medieval popes, Francis has pressed papal authority to its limits — theological this time, not temporal, but no less dangerous for that.

    All of this makes for interesting copy for those of us who write about the church. Truces are unsatisfying and instability is exciting and theological civil wars can be worth waging. But there is no sign as yet that Francis’s liberalization is bringing his lapsed-Catholic admirers back to the pews; from Germany to Australia to his native Latin America, the church’s institutional decline continues. And sustaining a for-the-time-being Catholicism, as his immediate predecessors did, is not an achievement to be lightly dismissed. Whereas accelerating division when your office is charged with maintaining unity and continuity is a serious business — especially when the eventual resolution is so bafflingly difficult to envision or predict.

    It is wise for Francis’ Catholic critics to temper our presumption, always, by acknowledging the possibility that we are misled or missing something, and that this story could end with this popular pope proven to be visionary and heroic.

    But to choose a path that might have only two destinations — hero or heretic — is also an act of presumption, even for a pope. Especially for a pope.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/opinion/pope-francis-vatican-disaster.html

    The most popular and most loved Pope amongst those that don’t go to church.

    The base do not matter, they have nowhere else to go. Turnbull is the only possible multiple term prime minister for Australia, and Pope Popular is there for life.

    There can be no Pope Trump.

  32. Bruce in WA

    So, yeah, there are problems with Australia’s Gun Laws, along with some other Laws.

    No, cockhead, the problem is with the enforcement of the existing laws, which are more than adequate.

    How could you know that? You’ve no idea.

    Really? You have not one single bloody clue what I know or don’t know. But please, keep digging the fucking hole …

  33. Entropy

    nemkat
    #2757953, posted on July 8, 2018 at 7:44 pm
    It is common for siblings to attend different schools. I wouldn’t read too much into it.

    It might be common among sociopaths, but i’d be surprised if it was common amongst the other 90%.

    Why would you send children 2 years apart in age to 2 different State Schools

    Well, apart from the boys school/girls school thing, one kid might have special needs (regardless of type of special) that are catered better for at one school and not the other.

  34. Rae

    And with your opinion and $4.80 I can get a decent double-shot espresso.

    With no opinion and a credit card you can get a skinny cappuccino at the café near St Peters Square before lunchtime. Just don’t call the barista “fucktard”.

  35. nemkat

    No, cockhead, the problem is with the enforcement of the existing laws, which are more than adequate.

    Okay, cockhead, so it looks like you’re calling for the cops to be kicking people’s doors down early in the morning to check their gun safes, because something happened 4,000 miles away that you haven’t a hope of understanding.

  36. Oh come on

    Oh look. The old one-two.

  37. Oh come on

    It couldn’t possibly be the same weird freak posting under two handles.

  38. cohenite

    This killing is going to reinvigorate the anti-gun nuts. DL has got buckleys now of introducing gun based self-defence laws.

  39. nemkat

    Well, apart from the boys school/girls school thing, one kid might have special needs (regardless of type of special) that are catered better for at one school and not the other.

    How far is it from West Pennant Hills to Gosford? She couldn’t find anything closer?

  40. Rae

    Give ’em the old razzle dazzle
    Razzle dazzle ’em.

  41. Bruce in WA

    Just don’t call the barista “fucktard”.

    You’re a barista? Skinny cappuccino? I can hear the Italians laughing from here.

    Okay, cockhead, so it looks like you’re calling for the cops to be kicking people’s doors down early in the morning to check their gun safes, because something happened 4,000 miles away that you haven’t a hope of understanding.

    That’s what it “looks like” to you? Man, you take functional illiteracy to new heights. The movie “Idiocracy” was your biography, right?

    Anyway, I’m going to the range in the morning, so I have better things to do than “argue” with two knob jockeys. Those primed cases won’t reload themselves.

  42. nemkat

    This killing is going to reinvigorate the anti-gun nuts. DL has got buckleys now of introducing gun based self-defence laws.

    Can’t follow your reasoning there.
    What did those killings have in common with self defence?

    It doesn’t matter anyway. DL is a weak reed, he was just throwing te rednecks some raw meat, he is never going to follow through.

  43. Rae

    I’ve no doubt you hear lots of things echoing in that empty space between your ears, old man. Maybe even Eyeties laughing at you professing to know anything about their coffee culture.

  44. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Daily Telegraph reports three boys as about to emerge from the cave, in Thailand, as the rain is just starting.

  45. Oh come on

    You’re a barista? Skinny cappuccino?

    It spells it “cappuchino”. Really. It’s a real coy-nose-er. Just ask it. Or don’t. It’ll try to tell you, regardless.

  46. Tintarella di Luna

    I’m not going to go there, Tinta . . .</blockquote

    Good idea memoryvault, me neither

  47. Oh come on

    Sorry. I didn’t add the ‘French flourish’ to the pronunciation that it prefers.

    Coy-nose-sewer.

  48. BorisG

    OCO, I used to be active on Wikipedia, you can still find some of my articles there. For instance this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arcadiy_Harting .

    On Wikipedia the term sock puppet has a specific meaning. It means a new impersonation of someone else, usually someone banned from Wikipedia or from some of its activities, but not necessarily. In some cases multiples identities are used to get around certain Wikipedia rules (e.g., in voting etc.). This is against Wikipedia rules and when discovered may lead to an outright ban from the site.

    Since no one gets banned from Cat (except in rather extreme cases), and there is never any voting, use of multiple identities is a) harmless and b) useless.

    And if someone was actually banned and came back under a different identity? well, of they continue an activity that got them banned, they will be banned again. And if they stay clean, they will do no harm.

  49. DrBeauGan

    There can be no Pope Trump.

    He’s done a few miracles already.

  50. BorisG

    How far is it from West Pennant Hills to Gosford? She couldn’t find anything closer?

    maybe they moved?

  51. Oh come on

    I didn’t make it past the second sentence before concluding that Borry’s a bit strange.

  52. Cactus

    3 boys maybe from the Cave?! Dear god. We might get some of them out. What a good news story I hope. Not trying to sound pessimistic. I just didnt honestly think they would make it. Please god. Let it be so. Brave people working round the clock.

  53. Oh come on

    I can see why some people were not invited to the Perth meet up, for instance.

  54. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
    #2758045, posted on July 8, 2018 at 9:57 pm

    The reporting is all very confused and contradictory, Zulu.
    Hard to know exactly what is going on.

  55. nemkat

    maybe they moved?

    No.
    They lived at Pennant Hills, and sent the boy to West Pennant Hills High School, round the corner.
    Then after the Dad ad left, she sent the girl to Gosford High, 50 Ks away.
    You can’t see anything unusual about that?

  56. BorisG

    I didn’t make it past the second sentence before concluding that Borry’s a bit strange.

    what’s so strange?

  57. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    The reporting is all very confused and contradictory, Zulu.
    Hard to know exactly what is going on.

    Fair comment, but the Daily Tele is citing “Thai media” as having two boys out of the cave, with two more “resting just inside the entrance” presumably while their eyes adjust.

  58. notafan

    Interesting story about the Syrian refugee diet. Pity the mum in the accompanying picture looked to be pretty well covered.

    Could it be that the care package is not their only source of food?

  59. C.L.

    News break interview on Nine by Peter Overton …
    First question to reporter in Thailand: “The media have been moved to 3km away – why?”
    The answer: authorities may need chopper LZs, the boys deserve privacy and something might go wrong; and if something does go wrong, Thai officials do not want Western a-hole journalists broadcasting the morbid scenes. So they kept one crew at the scene for posterity and they’re Thai nationals. Overton moved on. Excellent work by Thai authorities.

  60. BorisG

    Then after the Dad ad left, she sent the girl to Gosford High, 50 Ks away.
    You can’t see anything unusual about that?

    I am not prepared to judge other people’s decisions without knowing all the detailed facts.

    Actually my sister and I also went to two different schools long way from each other. they both required travel ~30 minutes travel by public transport (from age 8). I could tell the reasons (they are no secret) but it is very boring.

  61. Rae

    I have better things to do

    Sure you do, old man. Maybe you should think about that before you start shooting your mouth off. Getting out of your depth and resorting to ad-homs seems to be your only talent. And running away.

  62. Infidel Tiger

    The media should all be locked in a cave while water is pumped in.

    Sickening freaks. They may soon be bringing dead bodies out of that cave and the families deserve privacy and respect.

  63. P

    The West Pennant Hills event has left me with thoughts only for the mother of the two deceased children.
    What in the whole world could be worse for a mother than this horrendous episode. The man who executed his own children is a rotter beyond description and he fortunately is no longer on this earth.
    She who was a mother is now bereft of family. How she can bear the loss of her only two children is beyond my capacity to know.

  64. cohenite

    News break interview on Nine by Peter Overton …
    First question to reporter in Thailand: “The media have been moved to 3km away – why?”

    What an arrogant prick; he does a regular interview with john laws and their combined intelligence is less than their already minute individual amounts during the segment.

  65. Oh come on

    Yes the Perth meet up organisers really ought to re-think their invite list, given the fascinating stories shared here tonight by people who didn’t make the first cut.

  66. The media should all be locked in a cave while water is pumped in.

    The “media” have all been moved 3 klm away, apart from one Thai channel.
    That is why western reporting has been so all over the place.
    Nonetheless, it appears two are now out safely, with two more clear of the flooding and resting.
    The rescuers started with the weakest and smallest, so it bodes well for the rest.

  67. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat, rae and boris g

    You win.

  68. Bruce in WA

    Sure you do, old man. Maybe you should think about that before you start shooting your mouth off. Getting out of your depth and resorting to ad-homs seems to be your only talent. And running away.

    Running away? Bzzzt, still here; brought the laptop out to the garage with me. “Out of my depth”? Paddling ankle-deep more like it.

    No matter how much you may wish they were ad-homs, they weren’t. They were simple statements of fact. And, as usual, you know SFA about what you yabber on about, so there’s nothing to refute.

    However, I forget.

    DNFTFT.

    Scroll on by
    Scroll on by
    Foolish pride, that’s all that you have left
    So you just hide the tears and the sadness I gave you when I said goodbye
    Just scroll on by

  69. Bruce in WA

    Music for a melancholy Sunday evening.

    Beautiful; just exquisite.

  70. cohenite

    Steve trickler

    #2758067, posted on July 8, 2018 at 10:24 pm

    Escapism.

    I would have said the opposite. In any event, one of the best, the unnarrated version, if not the best.

  71. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat, rae and boris g

    can you tell me how to sort out the world as you seem to know everything.

  72. Leigh Lowe

    C.L.

    #2758060, posted on July 8, 2018 at 10:14 pm

    News break interview on Nine by Peter Overton …
    First question to reporter in Thailand: “The media have been moved to 3km away – why?”

    They are pond-scum.
    On the news tonight they opened up with “confusion and chaos at the cave mouth”. Does this mean the rescuers are headless chooks? Well, no, they are quite calm and professional … it’s just that they aren’t sucking reporter’s dicks 24/7.
    Then they moved on to report that the media had to undertake the herculean task of packing a gen-set and a few laptops into a van and moving 3 kilometres down the road “all within a few minutes”.

  73. Bruce in WA

    Bugger! The powder thrower keeps over-throwing the charge. It doesn’t like long-grain powders (2206H). Will have to slow down the final trickle time — which means longer in the garage — and it’s cold.

  74. Fisky

    I am delighted to announce that a trusty mole has leaked me the details of the Perth Cat Meet. I may just well crash the event! Have to see how I hold up after tonight…

  75. OneWorldGovernment

    What do you think should be done with Nigeria?

  76. OneWorldGovernment

    hay nemkat, rae and boris g

    What do you think should be done with Nigeria?

  77. Leigh Lowe

    Overton is married to that appalling self-centred stick-figure Jessica Rowe, so don’t expect too much.

  78. OneWorldGovernment

    Come on nemkat you dip shit.

  79. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Front page of the Oz – no link yet – reports Special Air Service Regiment officers are to get lessons in morality. Fuck me swinging.

  80. P

    Rae
    #2758070, posted on July 8, 2018 at 10:28 pm
    Music for a melancholy Sunday evening.

    Thank you.
    Takes one to a different plane.

  81. OneWorldGovernment

    In NAIDOC week I will rip the throat out of despicable pricks.

  82. Oh come on

    Hrmmm fisky if you know who else does??

  83. The story changes again.
    The first kids out were the biggest and strongest to “test the route”.

  84. Oh come on

    Fiskster, I think I know who your mole is. And if I do, I suspect you aren’t the only one they’ve told.

    Could be an interesting encounter.

  85. Leo G

    … Special Air Service Regiment officers are to get lessons in morality

    “Where there is no free agency, there can be no morality.” – William H. Prescott 1845

  86. Oh come on

    The story changes again.
    The first kids out were the biggest and strongest to “test the route”.

    A conspiracy’s obviously afoot. Thank goodness Clouseau’s on the case.

  87. Leigh Lowe

    The story changes again.
    The first kids out were the biggest and strongest to “test the route”.

    The media have been shut out.
    They are now making shit up.

  88. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    The story changes again.
    The first kids out were the biggest and strongest to “test the route”.

    “Unconfirmed reports” are that two are already out, with four more about to emerge.

  89. mh

    Dems blast booming jobs report, Trump worker agenda, ‘reckless’

    Democrats saw nothing positive in the new June jobs report that highlighted 213,000 new jobs added.

    Instead, the Democratic Party issued a statement criticizing President Trump’s jobs agenda as “reckless.”

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/democrats-blast-booming-jobs-report-trump-worker-agenda-reckless

  90. OneWorldGovernment

    I can’t wait until all coal and gas fired electricity is shut down and there is only windmills and solar.

    I hope the solar folk have guns because the despicable arzholes will take it from them.

  91. Fisky

    The Perth Cat Meet could be very interesting OCO, based on who else I know has been forwarded the details!

  92. rickw

    Front page of the Oz – no link yet – reports Special Air Service Regiment officers are to get lessons in morality. Fuck me swinging.

    It is pretty clear that the agenda is to feminise, lesbianise, homosexualise and generally mess up the ADF in every way imaginable.

    Lest it be able to render assistance to the Australian People.

  93. “Unconfirmed reports” are that two are already out, with four more about to emerge.

    That appears to be “confirmed” now, Zulu.

  94. OneWorldGovernment

    When the zombies start to attack the first places they will attack is any house that has solar panels.

    Concealed carry!

    Nah. Death to law abiding citizens.

  95. Fisky

    Would be very awkward if Antifa were to show up!

  96. Fox News reporting now six out.
    (Unconfirmed).

  97. OneWorldGovernment

    John Howard protected his brother from destroying workers benefits.

  98. Leigh Lowe

    WTF are the Thai authorities up to?
    Why are they bringing these kids out outside prime-time.
    FMD!
    This could be all over before Kochie goes to air in the morning.
    It’s a disaster.

  99. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    It is pretty clear that the agenda is to feminise, lesbianise, homosexualise and generally mess up the ADF in every way imaginable

    The task of the officers of the new feminised, lesbianised, homosexuals that make up the once mighty A.D.F will be to get the best terms possible when the surrender is signed. The task of the other ranks will be to survive the P.O.W. camps.

  100. mh

    Fisky
    #2758100, posted on July 8, 2018 at 11:02 pm
    Would be very awkward if Antifa were to show up!

    WATCH: MAN WHO KNOCKED OUT ANTIFA REVEALS CONFRONTATION TECHNIQUES

    https://www.infowars.com/man-who-knocked-out-antifa-reveals-confrontation-techniques/

  101. Oh come on

    Would be very awkward if Antifa were to show up!

    Holy crapster so it is the mole I was thinking of! Wow ok then

  102. OneWorldGovernment

    Will Tailand blow the fuck out of the caves?

    Or will they bask in Team 6?

  103. Oh come on

    I was kidding around before but…wow. Ok. Thought he wasn’t in the Perth picture any more.

  104. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Fox News reporting now six out.
    (Unconfirmed).

    Supposed to be a break before more out “later tonight.” One of the kids was 13 years old.

  105. rickw

    If they can’t learn how to swim what makes the ABC think they can learn to be police officers?

    Forget about swimming, just let them learn to shoot and then let them graduate.

    Will be like the Vicpol of old, people getting shot by them all over the place.

  106. Supposed to be a break before more out “later tonight.”

    Four confirmed, two unconfirmed.

    One of the kids was 13 years old.

    The kids are all 11 to 13.

  107. Fisky

    That’s what I thought…

  108. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Will be like the Vicpol of old, people getting shot by them all over the place.

    In the aftermath of the murders of two police officers in Melbourne, way back when, VicPol had shot more people then the rest of the State police forces, put together.

  109. Leigh Lowe

    In the aftermath of the murders of two police officers in Melbourne, way back when, VicPol had shot more people then the rest of the State police forces, put together.

    There were only two crooks shot dead after Walsh St.
    Jedd Houghton by the Soggies in Bendigo and Gary Abdallah by Detective Cliff Lockwood.

  110. Chris

    Perth Cat meetup

    Situation as I understand it:
    1) Chris thought it would be cool to meet up in Perth. Made proposal for a night his family had released him.
    2) Chris did not follow up with anyone due to getting distracted by FIFO job.

    Chris fail.

  111. Bruce in WA

    I am delighted to announce that a trusty mole has leaked me the details of the Perth Cat Meet

    If anyone wants to tell me, Doomlord has my email and can release it.

  112. Bruce in WA

    Powder dispenser not going to cooperate and my fingers too cold, so back inside for a drink before bed.

    Who said he couldn’t sing?

  113. Steve trickler

    You are at your very best, when things are worst.



    May all the kids walk out alive..

  114. DrBeauGan

    2) Chris did not follow up with anyone due to getting distracted by FIFO job.

    Chris fail.

    So all the Perth Çats are feeling borrylike hurt at not being invited except fisky? Because nobody has actually organised anything?

    You know, I could believe that.

  115. Leigh Lowe

    The most encouraging news out of Thailand is that Deputy Commissioner Cath Burn has got nothing to do witn the operation.

  116. Oh come on

    It’s no joke. Seems some people have organised something, and some others know about it. Perth isn’t such a big town.

  117. You know, I could believe that.

    SNAFU

  118. JC

    It’s no joke. Seems some people have organised something, and some others know about it. Perth isn’t such a big town.

    LOl.

  119. Oh come on

    I’m not kidding around, JC. I’m pretty sure I know who Fisk’s mole is. And I know who he knows. That’s…interesting

  120. Fisky

    I’m extremely concerned about this because the Far Left have long reach and you can never be sure when they’re not around.

  121. Bruce in WA

    This will no doubt upset some on here.

  122. JC

    I’m not kidding around, JC. I’m pretty sure I know who Fisk’s mole is. And I know who he knows. That’s…interesting

    That’s really very funny. If you do go, make sure you take your ancestors. com family tree to discuss with everyone. If you know what I mean.

  123. JC

    Or make one up, showing you’re 17th in line to the throne.

  124. Oh come on

    Don’t overegg it, Fisk. There’s a good chance he doesn’t move in those circles these days. It’s been a few years.

  125. JC

    On a serious note, the far left read this blog, Fisk and OCO. There are frequent references to it.

  126. Pedro the Ignorant

    Watching news reports of the Thai kids being rescued from what could have been their graves.
    Wonderful stuff.

    God bless those heroic rescue workers who put their own lives on the line to help out, and not forgetting Petty Officer Suman Kanan who gave up his life in attempting the rescue.

    In an increasing nasty and selfish world, it gladdens my heart to see such selfless humanity.

  127. Oh come on

    Shit, how many years?

  128. Bruce in WA

    In an increasing nasty and selfish world, it gladdens my heart to see such selfless humanity.

    Amen to that.

  129. Oh come on

    I’m not playing around, JC. Fisk knew some real weirdos when he was in his twenties. One dude was a semi-regular here back in the Soon days and it seems still has some connection with this site. It’s his other connections that concern me a bit, though

  130. JC

    In an increasing nasty and selfish world, it gladdens my heart to see such selfless humanity.

    Yea , so true. I had something occur recently that really makes me optimistic. I mentioned a while ago that a piece of jewelry I bought for wifey in NY broke. The clasp broke and I contacted the maker directly in Constantinople (Istanbul). The guy promised me to send a new one to our address in Australia as soon as he made a new one and when I was next in NY to return the old one to his office. Wifey received the replacement and my kid, who is here for a couple of weeks, will take the old one back to return. Makka reckoned that because the dude is Armenian they are top people for doing stuff like that. It really makes you feel good about people.

  131. Fisky

    It’s a good question. If this had happened before the Great Server Crash, then it’s a 100% probability of doxxing. Now, maybe 50%, but you can’t be too careful!

  132. Oh come on

    Anyway I guess we’ll find out more tomorrow. It’s probably nothing.

  133. Chris

    Hey Bruce, ever overloaded a 7.62×25?

  134. JC

    In an increasing nasty and selfish world, it gladdens my heart to see such selfless humanity.

    Yea , so true. I had something occur recently that really makes me optimistic. I mentioned a while ago that a piece of [email protected] I bought for wifey in NY, broke. The clasp broke and I contacted the maker directly in Constantinople (Istanbul). The guy promised me to send a new one to our address in Australia as soon as he made a new one and when I was next in NY to return the old one to his office. Wifey received the replacement and my kid, who is here for a couple of weeks, will take the old one back to return. Makka reckoned that because the dude is Armenian they are top people for doing stuff like that. It really makes you feel good about people.

  135. BorisG

    I’m not kidding around

    I learned to know when Fisk is kidding :).

  136. JC

    OCO

    If it’s the guy I’m thinking of, who was here ages ago during the Soon days, he’s out of his freaking mind…in a bad way. Nasty piece of work.

  137. Oh come on

    It’s a good question. If this had happened before the Great Server Crash, then it’s a 100% probability of doxxing.

    Yes exactly. Remember those days when we posted under our real names? Lol

  138. Bruce in WA

    Hey Bruce, ever overloaded a 7.62×25?

    Tokarev?? Hell, no. Never reloaded pistols. The mind boggles.

  139. JC

    If the English win the world cup, the debris on the pavement will make the annual Ascot debacle look like an Oxford academy birthday lunch.

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/world-cup-2018/6722192/england-fan-london-bus-stop-world-cup-2018-celebrations/#

    They’re fucking disgusting at times.

  140. Oh come on

    A lot of time has passed, JC. People do change. That being said, it is pretty astonishing that he’s still got his claws in the site after all this time. As soon as Fisk said a mole had tipped him off about the Perth meet up details, I knew instantly who he was referring to. And I know the circles he moved in in the past.

  141. Harlequin Decline

    Just watched the Chiang Rai Governor give a press conference on Thai TV. He said 4 boys out and in hospital, 2 more in progress, being checked before proceeding further.

    They will hold a meeting shortly to review the situation including the condition of the boys in hospital before deciding on and/or reviewing their plans.

    Told the press-no questions.

  142. Chris

    The mind boggles.

    C96 actually. Breaking them down and rethinking after piercd primos and a separation mid-body. Whoops, they must have meant that max load.

  143. C.L.

    Watching news reports of the Thai kids being rescued from what could have been their graves.
    Wonderful stuff.

    God bless those heroic rescue workers who put their own lives on the line to help out, and not forgetting Petty Officer Suman Kanan who gave up his life in attempting the rescue.

    In an increasing nasty and selfish world, it gladdens my heart to see such selfless humanity.

    Hear hear, Pedro.

  144. Oh come on

    I know he was a part of the movement to get Milo Yiannopoulos banned from WA govt venues, and that wasn’t all that long ago.

  145. Fisky

    I can’t give anything away without potentially compromising my own position, let alone sources within the Far Left, but it is concerning that the details of a private catch-up could be leaked so easily…

  146. Oh come on

    I can’t give anything away without potentially compromising my own position

    Yes don’t say too much. Best to take a cautious approach. These people are getting really brazen. Look at the way they’re willing to disrupt private events of Trump’s people. Of course, that’s what makes the news because Trump is Trump. Imagine what we don’t hear about. It’s their go-to tactic to confront people they consider fascist or whatever.

  147. OneWorldGovernment

    JC
    #2758145, posted on July 9, 2018 at 12:03 am

    They’re fucking disgusting at times.

    I will not take the bet but the fkwit poms and the filth of the eu will rest assured that the entire might of the American Defence Forces will be defending their 45th President when he steps into the heart of the enemy of the world.

  148. Bruce in WA

    C96 actually. Breaking them down and rethinking after piercd primos and a separation mid-body. Whoops, they must have meant that max load.

    Oops. And at arms length that slide is in line with your eye … 8-o

  149. Oh come on

    Anyway we’ll know more tomorrow I suppose.

  150. Chris

    Well my trial balloon seems to have hooked a fish. Why don’t we prepare armour, carrion wipes and red paintpots and when antifa turn up, be drinking somewhere else with decent people?

  151. Chris

    Oops

    Its important to know when to drop a project and go back to doing it by the book.

  152. Pedro the Ignorant

    The scene in Thailand reminded of similar selfless efforts here in Oz back in the 60’s:

  153. Chris

    it is concerning that the details of a private catch-up could be leaked so easily…

    Well the only details were a proposal in open forum – no email changed hands.

  154. OneWorldGovernment

    Hopefully I will live long enough to see both France and Germany burn to the ground.

    The Erdogan caliphate already reckons he has most of europe.

    JC posted an old photo of the Kriminal Klintan Kouple.

    Who knew that the despicable arse licking Communists would go on to rape a woman at Oxford and be thrown out and the other Communist would be thrown out of a major discovery investigation.

    The filthy pair of Communists look like the evil they are.

  155. Thanks Pedro. It’s a long time since I heard that one.

  156. The most encouraging news out of Thailand is that Deputy Commissioner Cath Burn has got nothing to do witn the operation.

    2nd to it is that Mike Baird is not the Governor of the Province.

  157. Chris

    Thanks Pedro. It’s a long time since I heard that one.

    My thanks too.
    It was on “Our Kinda Country” a compilation various artists album my Dad had.
    Remember “The Fatal Wedding”?

  158. BorisG

    Anyway we’ll know more tomorrow I suppose.

    good luck!

  159. BorisG

    On another thread I have suggested a new term for our esteemed Senate: sanatorium.

  160. JC

    Look at which city moved up the most. Doesn’t sound like they have a terrible government if you see something like this.

    Europe’s Real Estate Resurgence Continues
    15 cities on the continent logged double-digit price appreciation in the first quarter of 2018, Knight Frank finds

    Europe continues to lead global residential price growth, as China, the world’s hottest market for the past couple of years, reins in its runaway home prices.

    In the first quarter of this year, 15 out of the 24 global cities that posted a double-digit increase in home prices were in Europe, according to the Knight Frank Global Residential Cities Index released Wednesday.

    Leading the group was Berlin, with an annual growth rate of 14.9%, followed by Rotterdam, Netherlands, at 14.8% and Budapest, Hungary, at 14.4%.

    “The recovery in European cities is largely attributable to the region’s improved economic outlook and the supply/demand imbalance,” said Kate Everett-Allen, author of the report.

  161. OneWorldGovernment

    nemkat, rae and boris g

    what a trio.

    I’ll bet you all love Roger Waters.

    Makes Pink Floyd “Dark Side of The Moon” a bit fascist socialist eh!.

    can you tell me how to sort out the world as you seem to know everything.

  162. JC

    Just what the overworked western woman needs. Fold mate. Folds just washed and dried clothes easily.

  163. OneWorldGovernment

    JC
    #2758170, posted on July 9, 2018 at 12:57 am

    Look at which city moved up the most. Doesn’t sound like they have a terrible government if you see something like this.

    JC

    Only 3 countries.

    Poland, Austria and Hungary.

  164. 6 of ’em are out, according to Twitter.
    That’s half (not counting the Coach).

  165. 6 of ’em are out, according to Twitter.

    Most outlets are reporting four confirmed.
    But the western media reporting is atrocious.

    90 divers now involved.

  166. Looks like a pause in ops while they restock air tanks.
    Time for some shuteye.

  167. Most outlets are reporting four confirmed.
    But the western media reporting is atrocious.

    I’ve no way of knowing how accurate the reporting is.
    My source is BBC Breaking which seems to be the only MSM outlet reporting 6 rather than 4.
    No way of knowing if the BBC is the most wrong, or the most in touch.
    My hunch is the latter – the BBC is getting the oil.

  168. The narrowest part of the underwater swim is apparently 15 inches in diameter, and is neither a smooth surface nor in a straight line.

  169. Meanwhile some Turnbull Treason Team member is sitting up discussing with her cohort of feminist filth how they will ‘get’ the Australian SAS.

    It’s getting to the point where I’m sick of them talking about it. Time the haters mounted a raid on the SAS “compound” in WA & finished them off once & for all.

    Works for me.

  170. Perth Trader

    Boko Harem cant be all bad..they banned plastic shopping bags and plastic straws.

  171. The narrowest part of the underwater swim is apparently 15 inches in diameter, and is neither a smooth surface nor in a straight line.

    How is this possible? It’s also an apparent 5 hour swim? I’d love to see these kids get out but I think we’re being taken for a ride.
    It’s like Hollywood are already writing the script.

  172. None

    A beautiful thread on the boy’s soccer coach, Ekapol
    https://twitter.com/yvvonelim9/status/1015973958003318785

    The two British cave divers who found the boys and are leading the mission are cool cucumbers as well.

    We are watching the best of humanity here: coach, boys, rescuers. I hope every atheist among you are praying for a successful mission and for comfort to the wife of the brave diver who lost his life.

  173. BorisG

    I’ll bet you all love Roger Waters.

    OWG I am sorry you mistake me for someone else. I do like Pink Floyd music but as a proud Zionist I condemn Roger Waters’ politics. Not sure if he is a real monster or just badly misguided.

  174. BorisG

    Who will destroy the scum of euro filth?

    OWG, calm down please. Do you get high every night?

  175. Mark A

    Mr Rusty
    #2758189, posted on July 9, 2018 at 1:56 am

    The narrowest part of the underwater swim is apparently 15 inches in diameter, and is neither a smooth surface nor in a straight line.


    How is this possible? It’s also an apparent 5 hour swim? I’d love to see these kids get out but I think we’re being taken for a ride.
    It’s like Hollywood are already writing the script.

    I can’t believe that either, after all they walked in, didn’t they?
    It may be that there is a narrow gap but doen’t mean they have to take it, as you said we know next to nothing about the situation.
    No point speculating.

    Wish them all the luck.

  176. BorisG

    The narrowest part of the underwater swim is apparently 15 inches in diameter, and is neither a smooth surface nor in a straight line.

    Maps and cross-sections of the cave system have been published. I understand that most of the system is currently walkable, except for a few fully submerged sections where diving is required. These are the most challenging and will be done by a ‘buddy dive’ with top two professional divers guiding each kid at the front and back. Apparently the submerged sections get very narrow in places so that the oxygen tanks cannot be on the back and have to be pushed through the water. No actual swimming is apparently required.

  177. erm.. um… OWG.… ummm.. .what I meant was… the Turnbull Treason Team & the Feminist Filth should quit with the talkin’ and git on with their campaign agin the SAS.

    An attack on the SAS, just like Indians against a fort in a western movie, should do it.
    What could possibly go wrong for the TTT & the FF? (After all, the SAS are undisciplined oafs, right?)

    The outcome should be acceptable to all 😉

  178. Apparently video of the narrow section of the swim, or underwater section, can be seen here.
    Now lit with lamps.

  179. BorisG

    Will you support bulldozing Gaza into the sea and salting where the palistinian filth set up their rockets in schools and hospitals?

    No.

    Will you condemn the filth of the Australian bureaucrats that told the world “we” have cut out AUD$10- million whilst the filth of the stinking shit give more than AUD$43million to xunts that piss in the evil palestinian shit?

    The Aus government is one of the precious few who voted against the latest anti-Israel UN GA resolution, and also amended their aid to Palestinians so that it cannot be paid to terrorist families. Not sure if they can ensure that but at least they recognise the issue, unlike many other countries. ALP is clearly opposed to this policy and hence I strongly prefer the Libs.

    The Libs are far from where I want them to be but they are a world of difference from ALP on many issues.

  180. Mark A

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2758198, posted on July 9, 2018 at 2:42 am

    Mark A
    #2758196, posted on July 9, 2018 at 2:34 am

    Who knew the caves where there but bookings are up 2000%.

    Not wrong there. Thrill seekers dream.
    I have no need to visit tho, work underground often enough, no immediate danger of flooding in any of the mines we work but there are other hazards even at shallow depths let alone a K or more down.

    Not for the claustrophobics.

  181. BorisG

    You have not disproved that you are not nemkat nor rae.

    LOL, you are confusing me with these triple negatives. And you have not disproved that you are not Idi Amin or Brian Burke.

  182. Mark A

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2758201, posted on July 9, 2018 at 2:47 am

    You have not disproved that you are not nemkat nor rae.

    You can take my word for it, nemcat and rae are the same person and I have 90% prob. for one other and one more at 50%.

    But Boris has nothing to do with them.

    One simply has to be observant. There is a pattern to the way people think and write and some of the mannerisms comes through eventually.

    Also the same lack of knowledge by both about the very same subjects, ones not easy to Google, removes any doubt.

  183. OneWorldGovernment

    Mark A

    I agree.

  184. OneWorldGovernment

    What I posted before is what theDemocrats and NeverTrumpers believe in.

  185. OneWorldGovernment

    Our filth so called Prime Minister is not ‘game’ to tell us how many filthy moslems are trying to kill us.

  186. OneWorldGovernment

    Man Monis was a raving muslim arsehole that spread the lunitic word of his arsehole messia.

    But he threw his wife down the stairs and burnt her to death.

    Now, not a problem Sinclair.

    I call out the entire Muslim umma.

    It used to be the scum from Saudi Arabia.

    But now it is the criminal filth of Erdogon.

  187. None

    OWG – turn off your computer and go get some sleep.

  188. None

    That’s good OWG but you still need rest. Look after yourself – get some sleep.

  189. Shy Ted

    The ABC haven’t updated the story for four hours now.
    Probably on a “well-earned break”.

  190. OneWorldGovernment

    Shy Ted
    #2758222, posted on July 9, 2018 at 5:00 am

    The ABC haven’t updated the story for four hours now.
    Probably on a “well-earned break”.

    Sorry Shy Ted but maybe only 4 survivors.

  191. Mark A

    Re. Thai rescue.
    “We saw the children’s faces today — it is the perfect day, the best situation. The operation went much better than expected.”

    Governor Osotthanakorn confirmed the healthiest boys had been taken out first and that the operation would now pause and not start again for another 10-20 hours while equipment was rechecked and oxygen tanks refilled.

  192. Mark A

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2758233, posted on July 9, 2018 at 5:39 am
    Re. Thai rescue.

    Sad.

    It is, hope they know what’s up.
    An awful lot can happen in 10 hours a lot more in 20.

  193. Mark A

    Nite OWG. bedtime for me, Monday is coming with work work work.

  194. None

    Governor Osotthanakorn confirmed the healthiest boys had been taken out first and that the operation would now pause and not start again for another 10-20 hours while equipment was rechecked and oxygen tanks refilled.

    Someone needs to tell the media that divers don’t dive with oxygen but with compressed air. FFS.

  195. None

    Thanks for letting us know OWG. PTSD is a rotten thing but please try to rest as much as you can – helps with the paranoia too.

  196. None

    Haha Johannes Leak is hilarious today. Thanks, Tom.

  197. Gab

    So today I’ve learned that the Nazis weren’t socialists …

    They were not Socialists. They called the party the Nationalist Socialist Party in order to gain votes from the left wing voters. In reality they were fascists and nationalists.

  198. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Leigh Lowe at 11:04 pm:

    “WTF are the Thai authorities up to?
    Why are they bringing these kids out outside prime-time.
    FMD!
    This could be all over before Kochie goes to air in the morning.
    It’s a disaster.”

    It’s a clumsy attempt to not draw attention to the disproportionate representation of girls in the group of strandees. Inequalidee is all about us, ever present.

  199. C.L.

    … the operation would now pause and not start again for another 10-20 hours while equipment was rechecked and oxygen tanks refilled.

    So no journalists died while being moved from the area?

  200. Bruce of Newcastle

    In reality they were fascists and nationalists.

    And fascism was invented by Mussolini, who was a communist.

  201. Warwick

    Gosford High School is selective. A lot of students travel up from Sydney. Check a platform at Hornsby station in the morning. The girl won a spot there and attended.

  202. calli

    How difficult is it to understand that one child goes to a selective State school and the other does not?

    The rank stupidity on display is breathtaking.

    Unless it’s just silly attention seeking.

  203. calli

    Lol, Warwick. Refresh, refresh, refresh is my new motto.

  204. calli

    Bus from WPH to Epping for the inter-urban, or Penno then change at Hornsby.

    My son had four changes to get to high school each way.

  205. None

    Miranda Devine hyperventilating, needlessly retweeting ridiculous rubbish
    https://twitter.com/mirandadevine/status/1015823414982893569

    No soccer coach would shove an entire team down through a hole that narrow on a fun excursion.

    Not even the same cave. And that diver by the way is a woman:
    https://twitter.com/ChristyKSweet/status/1015808527024078848

  206. Nick

    Lucky the boys in the cave are Thai. Shouldn’t be too long before a twitter peat foams about the lack of diversity in the cave.

  207. calli

    Kochie getting a thrill from disaster porn. He’s equating the width of the passage to Mars bars. No kidding.

  208. calli

    Where’s the Aardvark of Beaconsfield when he’s needed?

  209. woolfe

    He’ll be choppered i for a photo op soon. Meanwhile he is preparing a draft list of recruits for the Tassie AFL team, the Beaconsfield Saviours (Coached by either Thommo or Bucket Guts)

  210. Nick

    Young Thai boys, caves, passage widths. What’s Gloria got to say about it this morning, I wonder ?

  211. calli

    What on earth does Stabby McStabface have to do with the cave rescue? She adds zero to what we already know.

  212. C.L.

    Lucky the boys in the cave are Thai. Shouldn’t be too long before a twitter peat foams about the lack of diversity in the cave.

    Jokes aside, at least several of any random 13 Australian boys would have had to have been left inside on account of their fatness.

  213. None

    Lucky the boys in the cave are Thai. Shouldn’t be too long before a twitter peat foams about the lack of diversity in the cave.

    The lead divers are British: Rick Stanton, John Volanthen, Robert Harper. These guys are legends. And not spring chickens. One is 57. You can’t buy that sort of experience. Nevertheless wait for howls of cultural imperialism from the left. Old white men. Yada yada. My prayers for the rescue and safe return for the remaining 9 and their rescue team.

  214. calli

    There’s more miracle to come. The quiet Cat vigil will continue until it’s done. And it’s going on in little pockets of faith all over the world.

  215. Mater

    Is 3km enough to keep them out of the back of the ambulances?

  216. Rae

    You can take my word for it, nemcat and rae are the same person

    No. Your word proves once again to be worthless. You remain an arrant fool.

  217. Herodotus

    Hundreds of ABC supporters and staff have packed out an inner city Sydney auditorium to protest against the federal government’s funding cuts to the public broadcaster this afternoon.
    The rally, co-ordinated by Friends of the ABC, received more than four times the number of RSVPs that the venue had space for, forcing the organisers to establish a spill-over room to broadcast the event into.

    Wow. Hundreds.

  218. The rally, co-ordinated by Friends of the ABC, …

    I demand equal time for the Eviscerators of the ABC, and their spokesman Rabz.

  219. Leigh Lowe

    Is 3km enough to keep them out of the back of the ambulances?

    Probably.
    But the ambo driver will be offered Big Baht to slow down to 10 kmh and leave the windows down as he passes the Channel Nein post.

  220. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Serena at the Pub at 2:49 am:

    “Apparently video of the narrow section of the swim, or underwater section, can be seen here.
    Now lit with lamps.”

    Our ability to read and understand what we see before us has diminished in direct proportion to the twit-like reduction of factual information to a maximum of two sentences or 140 characters or some such.

    The 45 second video is entitled:

    this is the narrowest part of the cave”

    The very first post states:

    This video is from a caving expedition in Wisconsin in the US. The path that the boys and divers have to traverse is similar in size and complexity. This is not footage from inside the Tham Luang cave in Thailand.”

    Perhaps 25 posts follow, with 4 or 5 commenting in the belief this is the Thai cave and 4 or 5 stating this is not video of the Thai cave. What do people do? – click on the link, look at the video, read no previous comments, make their comment and rush off, informed?

    Further evidence of the kindergarten level of intelligence blundering about in society:

    “Couldn’t they cut some cave away to make the passage more passable?”

    …. after watching a video of a diver on his belly sliding through a 400 mm high tunnel. Two or three kilometres in and no wider than your dunny – you’d be flat out getting a bloke in with a hammer and a cold chisel, let alone a pneumatic drill. There might be a back hoe or a D12 excavator lying around down at Chiang Rai, 50 kilometres away, and a low loader – oops, you need a proper road for them. Lift ’em in by chopper, that’d be the go. It could also fly in an explosives crew as a back up, together with some fellas to scope out a construction camp for the next twelve months.

    Then:

    “Why couldn’t they cut out some 40-50 cm in the bottom of the passage to make it wider?”

    When I want to make a space wider I invariably turn my attention to the bottom or top. If I want to make it taller I start chopping away at the sides. Praise be that we employed proper plant operators and kept me off the equipment.

    I note that it didn’t take long for feeeelings to be thrust forward:

    ” ‘No way those boys will make it out like that’ (you say)? Really? I feel that’s a little inappropriate right now. We could probably keep those comments to ourselves.”

    Inane.

    Do they offer stupid pills for free at shopping arcade kiosks, railway stations and nightclubs these days?

  221. min

    I hope to have as poultice of facts to bombard Josh Frydenberg when he comes to group to speak about NEG. So far organising electricity bills showing increases over 12 months. from a chemist, medical centre, small coffee bar and large hospitality venue and a house n his electorate.
    List of countries that have not signed Paris and those that have not reached target.
    Challenging the bulsh #### that we are being good world citizens by cutting emissions whilst selling fossil fuels to other countries. As it includes developed countries cannot use that excuse.
    One of or members , a scientist challenging Snowy 2 with graph from Snowy site that shows it will only make money if prices go up ( courtesy Outsiders) . Also negates stand that LNP does not buy nto businesses.
    Any other suggestions from Cats?

  222. Mater

    But the ambo driver will be offered Big Baht to slow down to 10 kmh and leave the windows down as he passes the Channel Nein post.

    Is 60 Minutes on the scene?
    Are they going to jump in, or grab the kid?

  223. None

    OMG I just watched the stupid Tonightly vid that Bolt posted on his blog. Tom Ballard hates women. That we know. But he doesn’t need a bunch of singularly unattractive lesbians to tell us some women hate men. That we also know.

  224. Baldrick

    I’m sorry. I used to hold doors open for women. I promise to never do it again.

    Kate Jenkins ✔@Kate_Jenkins_
    Submissions to the @AusHumanRights National Inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces open today. We want to hear from individuals & organisations across the country about their experiences and their ideas for change.

  225. Snoopy

    Any other suggestions from Cats?

    Yes. Nut the xunt. Thanks.

  226. struth

    Good Moaning.

    If the cave is so tight, surely your average Thai male would be a better option than bigger white British guys to use going in.
    I wonder why they are using bigger white guys?

    Signed
    Confused of SA (windmill central)

  227. feelthebern

    Hopefully they’ll leave the coach in the cave.
    Clearly he was up to no good leading the boys in there.
    Or if he does manage to get out, he should be beaten to a pulp.

  228. Bruce of Newcastle

    Min – I’d add this graph, which is from the following blog post:

    Who would have thought? Nations with more renewables have more expensive electricity

    The data is quite clear: the more electricity which comes from renewable sources the higher the electricity prices that voters must pay. There are no exceptions. And Australia is even worse than the trendline, made so by stupid government policies on gas extraction and the like.

    Everything uses electricity. Supermarkets are hit doubly: they have to pay for fridges which use electricity and they have to buy refrigerant gases made crazily expensive by stupid global warming rules.

    If you extend the relationship out to the targets Frydenberg or Shorten want the electricity price we’ll pay will be well over 50c/kWh.

    No industry in Australia will be able to compete.

    Global warming is still not happening. Temperature this year so far in the satellite data is below the corresponding period of 2002, which is 16 years ago. And signs are that global temperature will go lower:

    Against The Forecasts: Sea Ice Grows…Surface Temperatures Fall… Troposphere Cools…Polar Regions Stable! (7 July)

  229. struth

    Kate Jenkins @Kate_Jenkins_
    Submissions to the @AusHumanRights National Inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces open today. We want to hear from individuals & organisations across the country about their experiences and their ideas for change.

    The new world.
    Don’t wait for a problem to be presented, it may not show up.
    You can’t validate your existence like that.

    She feels sure (women’s intuition) that there is rampant misogyny in the work place (obviously except hers) and if you would all just confirm her biases without her having to leave her office, that would be greatly appreciated.
    Facts and proof not required.
    Just a talk about ideas for change and your thoughts on the matter.
    If she gets anything juicy she can use, it will instantly be used as facts.
    So grumpy lesbian Misandrists and pissed off useless women who see their own failure due to some boys club, and not that you just suck at the job, get your creative writing styles juices flowing.

    Our HRC have all the time in the world on their massive salaries to read your bullshit all day long.

  230. Eyrie

    Baldrick : “I’m sorry. I used to hold doors open for women. I promise to never do it again.”
    Do it anyway. You may get a smile and a thank you. Or even as happened to me recently, both and a comment “I didn’t think there were any gentlemen left”.
    The others you can ask if they like cats, as they will need them for company in their old age.

  231. Percy Popinjay

    Love to see WA Cats try to organise a piss up in a brewery – hilarity would no doubt ensue.

  232. None

    feelthebern
    #2758274, posted on July 9, 2018 at 8:44 am

    My god, you are one foul individual, feelthebern. Why not crawl back under your rock.

  233. Infidel Tiger

    Great stuff.

    May’s Govt in crisis after Brexit minister resigns.

    Only Corbyn can deliver a proper Brexit.

  234. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    DEFENCE
    SAS officers given lessons in ‘morality’

    The Australian
    12:00AM July 9, 2018

    Paul Maley
    Defence and National Security Editor
    Sydney
    @paul_maley

    SAS officers are being given ­additional training in ethics, ­morality and courage in leadership as the army braces itself for a potentially damning report ­expected to find that a small number of troops may have committed war crimes during the decade-long fight in Afghanistan.

    With the Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force due within months to hand down his report into ­alleged battlefield atrocities committed by Diggers, The Australian can reveal that the SAS Regiment has been quietly instituting a series of reforms ahead of the findings.

    The changes to special forces training reflect a widely held view within the army that any alleged misconduct committed by Australian troops was in part the ­result of a failure of leadership, as well as the transgression of individual soldiers.

    Many of the reforms are ­focused on strengthening operational leadership and regimental culture, while others are designed to help special operations officers make ethical ­decisions even under the most challenging conditions.

    The changes are also aimed at breaking down the inter-unit ­rivalry within the special forces, which critics say contributed to a toxic culture across the entire command.

  235. areff

    bigger white British guys

    Hollow-chested, pasty white, soccer-loving Poms will do nicely.

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