Wednesday Forum: January 9, 2019

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  1. C.L.

    Should I ever have the misfortune to meet her, someone please remind me not to whack one to that Marcella female for what she regards as comedy, above. Killing babies is ‘beautiful’? She’s taking her cues from Myra Hindley there.

    Great analogy. Hindley is the perfect embodiment of the cult of the abortion-enthralled.
    Speaking of abortion and its metaphysical quiddity – which is Nazism – it never ceases to amaze me how the bed-wetting right ostentatiously Distance Themselves from harmless Australian bozos like Blair Cottrell (who couldn’t exterminate a case of haemorrhoids) but are too polite and sensitive to attack the psychopathic abortion industry whose links to Nazism are deep, long and institutionalised. The death toll in their Australian camps runs into the tens of thousands.

  2. None

    Name six that provide heavily subsidised flight training.

    Ask Mr Google. I charge for my time.

  3. None

    Not tens of thousands but hundreds of thousands cell. I have calculated that more Australian children will probably die by abortion during my lifetime then J-ws were killed during the Holocaust. A recent estimate had 23 million children die by abortion globally each year.

  4. mh

    None, how many have you had tonight?

    Your head is spinning faster than AOC

  5. None

    Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    #2904960, posted on January 11, 2019 at 11:06 pm

    Indeed.

  6. bespoke

    It went from “Every second person from the country has got a pilot licence.” Lizzie to “a lot”

  7. None

    I see you’re avoiding the questions mh so I will make my own assumptions as to reasons and the answer.

  8. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Over 25 years since I had a quintuple bypass.

    And look at you, still going strong.
    Another year or two and we shall have to award you a Cat trophy.
    An engraved plastic figure of Sinc in a Mankini perhaps, saying Wisest and Fairest.
    Hairy has one of a saint-like figure in full football gear, which he got for coaching the Under 7’s.
    The World’s Most Patient Coach, it says.
    I think he well and truly earned that one.
    Sinc won’t mind because he’ll think Wisest and Fairest refers to him. 😀

    As indeed it does O Doomlord
    *grovel*

  9. Stimpson J. Cat

    I charge for my time.

    Well I can’t afford Bigtime Corporate rates.
    Don’t look at me.

  10. Snoopy

    I charge for my time.

    Ok, which one of you bastards is paying None to post shit?

  11. Stimpson J. Cat

    I have calculated that more Australian children will probably die by abortion during my lifetime then J-ws were killed during the Holocaust.

    Yes but you think every second person in the country is a pilot.
    Did you use a calculator this time?

  12. mh

    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    14m
    I often said during rallies, with little variation, that “Mexico will pay for the Wall.” We have just signed a great new Trade Deal with Mexico. It is Billions of Dollars a year better than the very bad NAFTA deal which it replaces. The difference pays for Wall many times over!

  13. None

    Stimps is off the hook.

    should we get popcorn ?

  14. Stimpson J. Cat

    I’m shaving my head.
    Everyone shut up and don’t distract me.
    It’s very sharp.

  15. None

    Well I can’t afford Bigtime Corporate rates.
    Don’t look at me.

    that’s ok I don’t charge big orporate rates but I don’t offer pensioner rates either

  16. None

    I’m shaving my head.
    Everyone shut up and don’t distract me.
    It’s very sharp.

    from over your legs a couple of times – that should blunt it quick smart. Unless of course you are actually a worm.

  17. mh

    I see something has gone wrong with the Drudge Report site.

    All the links are old stories.

  18. Razor

    Ok. I’m new to here as I said three days ago. I’m 15 golds a bottle of Riesling and 2 ports into an argument. Someone hear pick a topic and your side. Politics please and I’ll beat you all. Not you egg your bum rooting predeliction isn’t my go.

  19. Nelson Kidd-Players

    Razor, I’ll bet I bow out of this argument before you do!

  20. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    People presenting at emergency with cardiac issues (and it is reasonable to link the stent and the temperature problem) get priority attention.

    Boambee John, that is what I would have hoped and expected, although the senior nurse in the cardiology ward when I finally got through the next day did say to me that he would have to wait if he went to Emergency (I guess it depends on how busy they are too and how well they recognize a cardiac and temperature association). Once when my mother was dreadfully ill I had to wait with her in a public ward row of seats (she was a pensioner) for hours while she had breathing difficulties (lung cancer and congestive heart failure; admitted 3 hours later once seen). Next time I got wise and when she called me to come over, I told her to call an ambulance and I would follow; she was admitted immediately then. All I really needed for Hairy was a quick line to someone authoritative who would say get him in here now without delay (which is what I was thinking but he was resisting). It might have been leverage too in Emergency.

    Late night 2.30am Wed/Thurs he was temping very high, continuously, and given the Stent, even more worrying, he was getting some strange shudders from his shoulders all down his chest to his stomach, but still insisting he was OK, not running a temp, shudders meant nothing etc. I think now that he might have been rather delirious and I should have called an ambulance; I will next time, and chastened now, I think he would let me.

  21. None

    Mh I’m seeing links with 11th of January stories. New York’s about 15 hours behind so yeah that would be right.

  22. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I’m 15 golds a bottle of Riesling and 2 ports into an argument.

    Pretty standard evening’s alcoholic intake, here on the Cat. As long as you aren’t bawling in this blog, next morning, about your hangover, you’ll be all right.

  23. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Sorry if that is too ‘medical’, None, but I am trying to convey the level of indecision that confronts people in these situations, especially wives of men who are Mr. No-fuss. I do intend to write a polite letter to the hospital outlining my experience on the night after my husband was discharged, as I truly felt completely on my own with it; even more information on their discharge notes would have been helpful. It is as though they write you off once they have signed you out.

  24. Memoryvault

    I’m 15 golds a bottle of Riesling and 2 ports into an argument.

    Why do we get all the Learner Drinkers?

  25. Razor

    I strongly believe the only way to reduce crime is to stop incarceration levels and to get parents in disadvantaged situations to understa7how to care for their children better.

  26. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I do intend to write a polite letter to the hospital outlining my experience on the night after my husband was discharged,

    Do this LizzieB – keep any feedback polite, and any criticism constructive, and you will have a far better result. I am sure a Kitteh of your standing can be suitably, icily polite.

  27. mh

    None, for about 20 minutes Drudge had all the stories from approx 25th December.

  28. Razor

    An intelligent blue anyone?

  29. Memoryvault

    I strongly believe the only way to reduce crime is to stop incarceration levels

    Or we could always just shoot the bastards.

  30. None

    Lizzie, emergency rooms here triage although that doesn’t necessarily mean you get seen quickly; it just means that you get put higher up in the queue. I can guarantee you if you rang an ambo and your patient had a cardiac arrrst or had symptoms of a heart attack they would be there pronto and would be admitted immediately: it may be a bit different if your patient is still talking and conscious. It’s also a bit of a judgement call as to whether you take your patient to emergency or wait for an ambulance to arrive – there are pros and cons to both. I tend to favour ambulance because that means someone can stay with the patient and reassure them and administer emergency CPR or anything if things go South while waiting for the amBo. Plus they know which emergency rooms are fot what sort of emergencies – at least here ( an emergency services have not been pretty here at all at all with the new hospital).
    If you can, do a one day Red Cross first aid course which teaches CPR and first aid for a few other common scenarios -eg asthma, anaphylaxis etc
    You would probably only need a refresher every three years. And even if you don’t remember exactly what to do administering some CPR even slightly incorrectly is better than no CPR if someone goes into cardiac arrest. The other thing and this depends on where you live and where you shop and socialise is that a lot of places now have defibrillators. Anything from shopping malls to pubs to sporting clubs. And it’s always useful to know where they are and how to use them – also covered in first aid courses. So if you haven’t done one or done one recently I highly recommend them. You might be able to piggyback on one being held locally. Not just for Hairy – but it’s just a good skill to have. Hairy probably shouldn’t do one just yet as administering CPR is really quite physical!

  31. mh

    I had to check if the Dow really was down 500 points.

    It wasn’t. It’s up.

  32. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Why do we get all the Learner Drinkers?

    I’m declaring my position – it’s one of self interest. I’m on stand bye with my local fire brigade, and fighting a bushfire with a hangover, is not a good idea.

  33. Stimpson J. Cat

    My God my head is blinding…

  34. None

    That’s bizarre mh. Maybe he had a dos attack?

  35. Razor

    Yes! I agree by the way bit cop this!

    So Memoryvault you consider that the killing of people for petty crimes is should be state sanctioned.

  36. min

    Whilst watching Shetland tonight I wondered if this was how Greenland looked when first discovered by Erik the Red . Sheltered blue inlets with grassy lands was how he described it . Shetland always appears to be windy and bleak even though sheep and cattle are grazing.

  37. Memoryvault

    An intelligent blue anyone?

    I’m more an intellectual beige person myself.
    Mind you, I’m partial to a poetic mauve as well.

  38. Memoryvault

    you consider that the killing of people for petty crimes is should be state sanctioned.

    Of course not.

    .
    It should be compulsory.

  39. Razor

    Yes!

    Is that regardless of domestic situation?

  40. Bruce in WA

    Goodnight all. Speak to you all from Bali.

  41. JC

    Rooster, your score has rising back to 85.6% comments directed to me. You were going to get to zero by 2223, but that’s now risen back to 2247.

    You’re identifying with the white supremacist movement now? Don’t make people cringe with embarrassment and laughter at the same time as I think the Sydney Mardi Gras would reject you.

    Meanwhile us Queenslanders don’t appreciate being told our representatives are not good enough for you. Particularly as you are in the state that has Andrews as Premier.

    As though your premier is any better, you moron. As for telling you what to do, it was Anning who came down south and started the ball rolling. Perhaps you ought to keep your dickheads off our turf, if you want talk about geographic limits.

    Fuck you’re stupid, Rooster. One of the worst here. Anning comes goes down south, shares a podium with Cottrell and you’re telling people we shouldn’t interfere in QLD politics like you want to create some new constitutional rule, you ridiculous little fag.
    Next time around, I’m sure Anning will do much better and increase it to at least 23 from the previous 19.

  42. Mitch M.

    I strongly believe the only way to reduce crime is to stop incarceration levels and to get parents in disadvantaged situations to understa7how to care for their children better.

    Roger in my experience those parents are already lost and there is sweet FA we can do to change their parenting attitudes. I expect it would take many months of active weekly interaction to achieve results. Caveats: many years since I even bothered caring about people like that(though I pity the children), and, I am an unpeople person so I am among the least likely to have success.

  43. Memoryvault

    Is that regardless of domestic situation?

    Well, it beats the shit out of MAD.

  44. Bruce in WA

    “Centurion, stwike him very woughly”

  45. Memoryvault

    You guys DO realise there’s been a new thread for the last quarter of an hour, don’t you?
    And nobody will ever read these posts?

  46. None

    I agree with Zulu, Lizzie and I certainly would be giving them feedback; just choose the time that’s best for you – don’t over burden yourself if you are still sorting out Hairy’s recovery. Depending on what the deal is with the hospital you’re dealing with I would also consider ccing any relevant cardiologist association or even an MP. It is in the cardio clinic’so interest to provide proper after care instructions to protect themselves. We had a very nasty situation in my extended family last year involving a quadruple bypass which did result in a death. To my mind it was malpractice and completely avoidable but it was not up to me to make the call to pursue it.

  47. Razor

    Mitch M

    I will bell the cat. The worst public Po,icy decision for aboriginal children was the “Bringing them hom report’. From that time on a used aboriginal children couldn’t be taken out of their families until it was too late.

  48. JC

    Just to keep it in perspective. Birdie ran for a seat in NSW and scored around 300 votes from memory. That was one seat ,obviously a far smaller constituency than a senate seat. You gotta laugh.

  49. Razor

    Mitch M,

    Happy to chat here

  50. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Hairy back/Half Arab/Head prefect, displaying the wit and charm that has him on so many scroll by lists, I see.

  51. None

    All OK my end mh. I don’t use iPad so I would know if that is a possibility. Try clearing cookies and caches?

  52. None

    Reza I would agree that was one of the worst reports ever. I don’t know that it had that effect.

  53. mh

    I’d say there is something amateurish about the Drudge site.

  54. So by JC’s logic anybody who shows support for Anning must be a white supremacist.

    Glad I cleared that up as there seem to be a few here who are indicating support for Anning.

    JC must be making another list to categorise even more people that he does not like.

    For me it is a matter of pride to be on JC’s target list because I recognise a bully and moron when I see one.

  55. Memoryvault

    I will bell the cat. The worst public Po,icy decision for aboriginal children was . . .

    Careful, Razor.
    Any criticism of the handling of Aboriginal children here will get you labelled a genocidal maniac.

  56. Razor

    MV,
    The stats are unequivocally right.

  57. bespoke

    Razor
    #2904990, posted on January 11, 2019 at 11:59 pm
    I strongly believe the only way to reduce crime is to stop incarceration levels and to get parents in disadvantaged situations to understa7how to care for their children better.

    You are that drunk Razor I don’t think you’ll last a hour.

  58. Memoryvault

    The stats are unequivocally right.

    The stats are always unequivocally right, Razor.
    Even when they disagree with each other.

    Why are we here, anyway?

  59. JC

    As usual, you can’t even get basic logic right, Rooster. My point is that the idea of you identifying as having a superior genetic disposition is clearly too preposterous to contemplate.

    People should feel comfortable voting for whomever they like.

    For me it is a matter of pride to be on JC’s target list because I recognise a bully and moron when I see one.

    Target? At one stage the only comments Rooster posted here were about me and he now identifies as a victim? Even other commeters have posted about the ridiculous little fag’s obsession.
    Since then he posted just under 15% about the CMFEU, boring most reasonable people stupid.
    He’s now all hurt.

  60. None

    The drudge site has had the same setup for I don’t know , 20 years. I have absolutely no idea how he makes his money either. I followed him on Twitter but I don’t visit the site very often these days will though I did enjoy the way he would tell a story by juxtaposing certain links. The person I miss the most online, well at least on Twitter, is Andrew Breitbart. He was one of the few conservatives who was also a visionary and understood well that politics is downstream from culture.

  61. JC

    You know, Chaunce, your frequent attempts to partner up in attempted pile ons will get you boned from this site. Others are commenting on it too and it’s just not me. Ask them if people here if don’t believe me.

    Of course you won’t take my advice, which ironically is a good thing, you sad depressed drunk.

  62. None

    JC is not a bully. He’s just an ethnic of sorts from the southern Mediterranean if I have guessed right and they are just straight talkers, not ones for small talk nor are they shrinking violets. You can go hammer and tongs with them and then go have a beer together afterwards. Just the influence of a different temprament and different heritage that’s all.

  63. Razor

    Bespoke @ 12.38am

    Not even close mate. Just a bloke who is looking for conversation.

  64. bespoke

    Ok Razor I agree with your comment at 12:20 but there are to many enablers making a profit from it I don’t no where to start. Ideas?

  65. Razor

    Well…..the kids have to be taken away again. They need to be put in stable families for life without the threat of going back. AND! AND! Parental responsibility programs have to be outcome based.

  66. bespoke

    Razor

    I’m suspect on Mitch M’s vegetarianism 🙂 but he isn’t an enabler and that’s extremely rare from what iv seen.

  67. Your powers of comprehension are somewhat lacking.

    The idea that I might consider myself a “victim” is hilarious. The fact is I choose to engage with you to show you up for the a…hole that you are.

  68. Razor

    If you knew Mitch’s history you’d understand. All vegetarians are enablers.

  69. bespoke

    Parental responsibility programs

    They only works if backed up by the rest of society. At the moment every thing is geared to stripping responsibility and handing it to the state.

  70. Razor

    The state needs the power to get those kids out of there. The barrier at the moment is they need to be placed in a ‘culturally appropriate family’. Guess what? There aren’t enough ‘culturally appropriate families’ who want to do it. They just get left where they are. Google feotal alcohol syndrome. The exception is the Torres Strait but that’s a very different and much improved world.

  71. Top Ender

    Gen Z eyes better world
    Youngsters care about politics, social responsibility
    MANDY SQUIRES – NT News

    THEY are Disney loving, celebrity and brand obsessed youngsters, who bare their souls, selves and sense of social responsibility on social media.

    They care passionately about social equality and the environment, and are committed to making the world a better place for future generations. If the causes they care about are championed by celebrities, so much the better.

    Meet Gen Z – born after 1996 – who will make up 32 per cent of the global population of 7.7 billion this year, edging ahead of Millennials.

    Shallow thinkers all!

  72. bespoke

    I’m talking about after they get kids are out of there and even for people under normal circumstances. I agree with your solutions but it’s going to take a complete rethink of how things are done. Don’t let me stop you looking for answers I’m just very jaded on this subject.

  73. bespoke

    Top Ender

    Iv read articles about Gen Z saying they are more conservative and irreverent towards SJW-isam. I hope they are right and yours are wrong.

  74. Razor

    Top Ender

    Agreed but there is only grief and bigger taxes at the end of that

  75. bespoke

    Snoopy
    #2905911, posted on January 13, 2019 at 9:45 am
    The best I an do is three numbers at a time.
    04 and one other?

    Yep 🙁

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