Monday Forum: January 21, 2019

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  1. struth

    Moving Australia day is popular with Australia’s noisy minority.
    And it’s a bloody small minority.

    I don’t think people get the pushback that would occur.

    There’s a lot of angry Australians out there at the moment who feel their MSM and politicians and schools are off on their own little fantasy Island and the real one isn’t being heard.
    Moving Australia day won’t happen.
    IT WILL NOT HAPPEN.
    That’s why the fucking elite feel so safe in opposing it.

    I’ve done too much bloody rehearsal for it to be changed now!!!!

    I’ll rip any pricks head off and shit down their neck if they even mention it.

    I better not get a repeat performance like last year from some spoilt brat quarter casts in the back ground.
    Breath in, breath out….1…..2…..3….4…5….6…7…8..9.

  2. Stimpson J. Cat

    Look this Covington debacle should be the turning point for Catholics in the USA.
    I think it’s fair to say that any Catholic that doesn’t bite for Trump after this MUST be excommunicated.
    No excuses guys.

  3. Stimpson J. Cat

    Bite = Vote.

    F$cking evil AIs leave me alone!

  4. thefrollickingmole

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Im sure after a suitable period of reflection (a gnats shagsworth) they could add a few more or call it a “good start”.

  5. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    John
    1 hour ago
    Three things that Kennett has over looked.
    1. Aboriginals make up 1.5% of Australia’s population. If you make changes for a minority group of this size then why are you not making changes for all minority groups?
    2. What if another group say 3% of the population do not like the new date. What are you going to do then?
    3. For all the disadvantage that the Aboriginal population suffer from, which is very hard to understand seeing that we (non-Aboriginal) people subsides them to the tune of $45,000 ever year for every Aboriginal man woman and child, what will changing the date do to improve their lot in life other than to reinforce their victim status.

    Comment, from the Oz.

  6. mh

    Infidel Tiger
    #2915008, posted on January 23, 2019 at 2:11 pm
    New York legalises abortion right up to the moment of birth.

    Beautiful culture we have.

    I think AOC supports that despite her catholic background.

  7. Mother Lode

    Latest:
    Nathan Phillips was a USMC refrigerator mechanic who went AWOL three times.
    Looked after Corps fridges in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    He can’t have spent much time in the company of other marines for quite a while. Certainly he would not have been able to spin that lie and not be pulled up on it – otherwise he would ‘correct’ his lie.

    And even then, how is it that he is so vague about Force Reconnaissance, muddling it up with the Rangers? If he had kept in touch you would expect him to be more reliable on that.

  8. struth

    Latest:
    Nathan Phillips was a USMC refrigerator mechanic who went AWOL three times.
    Looked after Corps fridges in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    He also starred in “Up in Smoke”

  9. MatrixTransform

    you gullible old fools

    Rae must be lip reading

    As far as I can tell (amidst a sea of lies and misrepresentations) the fell says ‘ Vietnam coms vetereran’

  10. Twostix

    True localism won’t come until we abolish the commonwealth and start over with a proper federal system.

    This one is a dead man walking kept alive purely by c3ntrelink and medicare.

  11. Infidel Tiger

    I think AOC supports that despite her catholic background.

    She’s about as Catholic as Dan Andrews.

  12. Twostix

    Can australians have a day of mourning for all of the territory we’ve lost to alien invaders over the last 50 years? Starting with western sydney.

  13. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett is calling for the date of Australia Day to be changed,

    Bad luck, Jeff. Australia Day is the official end to the Christmas period and January holidays.
    It is the biggest secular holiday that the Nation has. It is BBQ Day. Swot flies day.
    Hang around the barbie and complain about the guvmint day. Our effing day.
    The Taxpayers Day. Let it be.
    If you change it then no-one will go back to work and where would you be then? 🙂

  14. jupes

    … all I saw was legal argument over what’s in & what’s out, regarding evidence & testimony …

    Just lawyers doing what they do – hiding the truth.

    If you or I did that we would be charged with accessory after the fact.

  15. Infidel Tiger

    True localism won’t come until we abolish the commonwealth and start over with a proper federal system.

    Yep.

    We also have to execute a shit load of people.

  16. Rae

    Where had Phillps been to be able to come back, Rae?

    “from”? Dunno, Snoops. Drafted in 1972 means he would have trained for active service. US didn’t leave Nam until September 1973. Phillips left the Marines in 1976. Maybe he just meant back from being in the Marines.

    He was lying in 2008 and the clumsy stealth edit simply highlights the fact.

    Lying? Hmm. I didn’t read your link. It’s someone else’s version of what he said and/or did, isn’t it? Not really reliable, as I pointed out in my initial comment upthread in relation to CNN and TheGatewayPundit (spit).

    Did you march against the Vietnam war?

  17. Stimpson J. Cat

    I think AOC supports that despite her catholic background.

    She’s actually Sephardi J€w Catholic.

  18. Twostix

    Speaking in the context of Australia day and the Australian state, the “First peoples” are any “peoples” here before it was created.

  19. Des Deskperson

    ‘US didn’t leave Nam until September 1973’

    Combat troops left on 29 March 1973

  20. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    “from”? Dunno, Snoops. Drafted in 1972 means he would have trained for active service. US didn’t leave Nam until September 1973. Phillips left the Marines in 1976. Maybe he just meant back from being in the Marines

    Go back and read CL’s link, before you beclown yourself, even more then you already are, Grogs, you fuckwit.

  21. Twostix

    We created it we’ll uncreate it if we want.

    A state that divorces itself from the nation, the people, that created it will wither and die.

  22. Old School Conservative

    But none of you picked up on what Phillips actually said, even though it was correctly reported elsewhere.

    Wrong, Rae.
    One poster saw it and wrote a good joke about “times” being a newspaper.
    I assume many lurkers saw that, agreed, and laughed.

  23. mh

    I think AOC supports that despite her catholic background.

    She’s actually Sephardi J€w Catholic.

    One thing we can agree on is that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has extremely liberal views on abortion.

    It may be a bitter pill for IT to swallow, but AOC loves abortion.

  24. Stimpson J. Cat

    It may be a bitter pill for IT to swallow, but AOC loves abortion.

    We have to change her mind somehow.
    Maybe JC can buy her some shoes or something.

    “Big T$ts For Baby Killing”
    is a terrible campaign slogan.

  25. Infidel Tiger

    One thing we can agree on is that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has extremely liberal views on abortion.

    It may be a bitter pill for IT to swallow, but AOC loves abortion.

    What in fuck’s name are you talking about?

    You been partaking of the sacred pipe?

    I have made comment that she has great tits, a flytrap mouth and is a political and social media phenomenon who will most likely win the Presidency as soon as she is eligible.

    I think Bill Shorten has great tits and will be PM.

    Does not mean I agree.

  26. thefrollickingmole

    Whwrever could all these different groups, often years apart be getting the impression big chief ‘Nam Man was a Vietnam Veteran?
    Its a mystery Scooby.
    https://pjmedia.com/trending/no-tribal-elder-nathan-phillips-is-not-a-vietnam-vet/

    Indigenous Life Movement

    January 20 at 8:58 AM ·
    Nathan Phillips
    Omaha Elder
    Vietnam Veteran
    Former director of the Native Youth Alliance
    Keeper of a sacred pipe
    Honoring Native American Veterans at Arlington National Cemetery
    Water Protector at Standing Rock ND

  27. Infidel Tiger

    Once again we see the evil hand of corporatism.

    BHP have stolen over $300,000,000 from WA taxpayers.

    Why are they not all facing life imprisonment and forfeiture of all their assets?

  28. Dr Fred L

    Trump got the liars again inviting the kids to the White House ,you would nevr get a SJW doing a decent thing like that ,it will be some compensation for the threats and bulluing they were wrongly subjected to .They will grow up yo be decent patriotic citizens ,unlike the filth that inhabits the fascist global communist scum. He is a master at exposing arsehole fascists ,a world champion , he is Walter Lindrum playing them off a break . The unintelligible intelligentsia has more than met its match.

  29. IT.
    I have a headsman’s axe. Would Black Lycra be OK for the hood?

  30. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    ban roundup

    Quick, Calli. Before this happens here to round-up: where we had trapeze artists in to chop down an almighty coral tree that was rotting at the base in our back garden we have had various men put hits of round up into the stump, and chop off the bark and shoots around the massive circumference of it. But it keeps growing back, and in far flung corners of the garden, nasty spiny shoots of the stuff are coming up in the lawn from the extensive underground root structure of the thing. They’ve put some occasional round-up on these shoots, although mostly our hasty gardener just chops them off. If we let them grow up a bit, about fifteen of them, and spray the leaves heavily with round-up, will that kill the whole thing off properly? It is necessary to do a major stump grind (difficult to get the machine down there via the steps)? If so, should we get the roots all dug up as well? One has to admire its persistence but really, it is like a vegetative cockroach. Crops up everywhere in spite of serious discouragement.

  31. Stimpson J. Cat

    Supporting Big T$ts does not mean supporting Artisan Abortions guys.
    There is a distinction.
    We must be very clear on this.

  32. Infidel Tiger

    IT.
    I have a headsman’s axe. Would Black Lycra be OK for the hood?

    No hoods.

    We need an open and accountable execution policy.

  33. No hoods.

    Ok, but I’m using a jarrah block and I’m wearing a tee-shirt that says “Mind your fingers!”

  34. Oh come on

    I suppose Jordan Peterson will hang the Covington High kids out to dry like he did Kavanaugh when the leftist lynch mob assembled.

  35. Stimpson J. Cat

    No hoods.
    We need an open and accountable execution policy.

    “No Hoods Just Smirks. “

  36. Rae

    Go back and read CL’s link

    Settle, Old Sot. The place is badly served enough between your nightmares and C.L.s reliance on TheGatewayPundit (spit).

    What Phillips actually said is at 38 seconds into this video.

  37. “No Hoods Just Smirks. “

    And a friendly outlook.
    “Good morning sir! Have a nice day!”

    A second tee-shirt with a smiley face might be good.

  38. P

    Washington D.C., Jan 22, 2019 / 03:58 pm (CNA).-
    While chanting and playing ceremonial drums, a group of Native American rights activists reportedly led by Nathan Phillips attempted Jan. 19 to enter Washington, D.C.’s Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception during a Saturday evening Mass.

  39. calli

    Don’t try mechanical removal Lizzie. These mongrels have meristomatic tissue in the roots and will simply resprout.

    Whenever you see a shoot, give it a hit with glypho (Roundup or similar). Don’t concentrate it, as all you’ll do is burn off the foliage. Problem is that there are probably roots over at your neighbours that are left untreated.

    Hopefully the stump will rot out (they are notoriously soft). There’s no quick fix.

  40. Infidel Tiger

    I suppose Jordan Peterson will hang the Covington High kids out to dry like he did Kavanaugh when the leftist lynch mob assembled.

    He has said nothing.

    Too busy trying to monetise his youtube, now he has left Patreon.

    The GriftCons like him and Shapiro are awful.

  41. Stimpson J. Cat

    I suppose Jordan Peterson will hang the Covington High kids out to dry like he did Kavanaugh when the leftist lynch mob assembled.

    Jordan is a fine man, a great intellectual, not hypocritical at all, and I won’t have you talk about him like that.
    Go clean your room.

    If only someone here had warned us about him.

  42. Myrddin Seren

    BHP have stolen over $300,000,000 from WA taxpayers.

    The only reason for an Australian miner or an Asian buyer to set up marketing hubs in Singapore is to diddle the tax liabilities.

    Buy from local mining company or sell to local steel mill, power plant or cement mill via Singapore ‘hubs’ at prices that can be validated in an audit ( ‘benchmarks’ – cough ) and make sure the profits stay offshore.

  43. Mother Lode

    I have no recollection of ever celebrating Australia Day.

    Probably not a bad thing to have people, especially young ‘uns, invest in the day.

    They will be less inclined to give it up.

    On top of that, if nothing else, I kind of like seeing families of non-Anglo background celebrating the country they have made home. Mums and Dads wearing Australian Flag hats, kids with flags painted on their face, making their way to some local festival.

    When I grew up everyone I knew was born here. We didn’t celebrate Australia Day – we just took the country for granted. Leaving it ripe for the picking by people who waaay overestimate their intelligence and significance.

  44. mh

    I see that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told Stephen Colbert she gives zero fvcks about Democrat Party pushback.

    I wonder how it will end for her?

  45. jupes

    I have no recollection of ever celebrating Australia Day.

    Pretty big in Perth. We have the ‘Sky Show’ fireworks on the Swan River on Australia Day rather than New Years.

  46. mh

    CNN: What really happened?

    Phillips: They were there looking for trouble, looking for something. Everybody knows the right to life and (pro-choice), it’s been like this and they’re hateful to each other. And it’s because I’m a veteran — I’m a Vietnam veteran — that these two groups even have the right in this country to have protests, to have conflicting opinions. If they were doing that, they should’ve done that there and then when they come into public, that wasn’t the place for that. That was a public forum where we was at. We were still under the protection of our permit for the indigenous peoples rally.

  47. Infidel Tiger

    Pretty big in Perth. We have the ‘Sky Show’ fireworks on the Swan River on Australia Day rather than New Years.

    Except when some stupid xunt crashes his plane in the river and they cancel it.

  48. Mother Lode

    deliver benefits that would “trickle down” to the broader community,

    As far as I recall, no one advocates ‘trickle down’ – it is how high-tax enthusiasts mischaracterise the proponents of low-tax policies (probably because they don’t understand their real case).

    No one says they believe in ‘trickle down’ because no one believes in it.

  49. Oh come on

    Peterson’s problem is that he’s massively overexposed and has become increasingly messianic as a result. Your message isn’t that important, Jordan.

  50. Black Ball

    Good bye Serena. Take the doll with you.

  51. Oh come on

    And it’s because I’m a veteran — I’m a Vietnam veteran

    It’s pretty obvious that this guy wants people to think he served in Vietnam.

  52. Myrddin Seren

    Just to be clear – I have a reservation for a table with a good view of the dance floor on the Wednesday Forum, when the doors open.

    No unseemly racing for a spot please.

  53. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    CNN: What really happened?

    Phillips: They were there looking for trouble, looking for something. Everybody knows the right to life and (pro-choice), it’s been like this and they’re hateful to each other. And it’s because I’m a veteran — I’m a Vietnam veteran

    Except that his own service record shows him to have been a Marine Reservist, fixing fridges in North Dakota, somewhere.

  54. calli

    According to the transcript he said it twice. Hardly a slip of the tongue.

  55. jupes

    CNN interview transcript.

    Amongst other jibbering nonsense, the idiot “retreated” by going forward. I’d say he is a drug-addled loon.

  56. mh

    Has Serena Williams lost?

    No tantrum?

  57. Woolfe

    Except when some stupid xunt crashes his plane in the river and they cancel it

    .

    To be fair we was 55 with a hot 29 year old Indonesian girlfriend in the plane. Looks like he stalled in a turn that got tighter, maybe lack of concentration?

  58. Myrddin Seren

    According to the transcript he said it twice. Hardly a slip of the tongue.

    War is Hell, calli.

    Look at poor Charlie Sheen. He was never the same after ‘Nam.

  59. Snoopy

    Lizzie, I would give Yates tree and blackberry weed killer a go. Contains triclopyr and other good stuff. Potassium nitrate hastens the rotting of tree stumps. Apparently.

  60. calli

    If jupes is around here is a story about the Favco crane.

    Dad and I were talking about it over lunch today – he mentioned the old World Trade Centre. He was involved in the foundation testing for the original cranes (I think at Hoxton Park).

    It’s a great Australian engineering story, one we should be proud of.

  61. bespoke

    I’m a Space Shuttle Era astronaut.

  62. Rae

    CNN interview transcript.

    Still trying to be one of the blokes, hey Lotus Eater Lander?

    The transcript is CNNs version of a transcript and is incorrect.
    As I pointed out in my initial post on the previous page.

  63. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I’m a Space Shuttle Era astronaut.

    I’m a Cold War era secret agent.

  64. mh

    Time is running out for Serena to beat Margaret Court’s grand slam record. 🇦🇺

  65. Nick

    And it’s because I’m a veteran — I’m a Vietnam veteran

    Did he say for which side ?

  66. Snoopy

    Amongst other jibbering nonsense, the idiot “retreated” by going forward.

    When you’re surrounded it’s the same thing. ☺️

  67. Speedbox

    Myrddin Seren
    #2915082, posted on January 23, 2019 at 3:23 pm

    Better hurry before your reservation is given away.

  68. Infidel Tiger

    Boomieleaks

    @notwokieleaks

    “Vietnam Era” & “Vietnam Times” is WORSE than a lie. It shows state of mind: Nathan Phillips knew he was deceiving, he knew how a reasonable person would hear his words, and he went out of his way to phrase his lie in a way he could defend when finally caught.

    Purposeful deceit.

  69. I’m a little surprised the connection between yellow shirts and yellow jacket wasps hasn’t been used.

  70. JC

    Gee thanks Gools. Remind me to never click on one of your links again.

    The Vietnam vet begins the conversation with the following , to paraphrase:

    I was standing there and saw a group of people and I’ve seen (sic) their angry faces and all a (sic). sudden I realized that I had really myself in a really dangerous situation.

    So we’re expected to believe that he was concerned with all the anger around him and then goes up to their faces and states banging the war drum in their faces. Totally believable because that’s how any regular normal person behaves when confronted with a bunch of angry people.

    I stopped at the 22 second mark to avoid even more bullshit.

    Go check if the German packpacker you’re “hosting” in the basement is still alive, you whack job.

  71. BoN;
    Where’s my Zero Point Quantum Foam battery?
    Are they at Bunnings yet?

  72. Stimpson J. Cat

    JC stop bullying a Cancer Veteran.

  73. mh

    Just checking a word on this old thread

    Barred

  74. Tel

    I have made comment that she has great tits, a flytrap mouth and is a political and social media phenomenon who will most likely win the Presidency as soon as she is eligible.

    I think Bill Shorten has great tits and will be PM.

    Does not mean I agree.

    Well that’s bloody confusing … you are really messing with people man, tread softly, huh?

    So what you are really saying is having nice tits makes you into a lobster?

  75. dover_beach

    And guess what, the very next day the refrigerator whisperer attacked a group of Catholic boys.

    No, that happened on Friday.

  76. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Top Ender
    #2914789, posted on January 23, 2019 at 10:30 am
    Lizzie, you never answered my question a few threads ago.
    What’s your explanation for the fortification/development of Cadbury Hill in the Arthurian period?

    Sorry, Top Ender, I didn’t see it.
    Briefly now, but I will obviously extend on this in my write-up.
    Cadbury ‘Castle’, on Cadbury Hill, in Somerset near enough to the Somerset Levels (those swamps where King ALFRED holed up after his defeat by the Danish Guthrum), belongs to one of the most anciently settled areas in Britain, becoming a part of the Kingdom of Wessex when it arose from the sub-Roman period. The whole surrounding area of the levels and right up to the Druidic stronghold of Anglesey (an island of old Gwyneth, where Mount Snowden and Mount Idrius dominate the coast) is redolent with Arthurian legends and sites, and was clearly of definite importance to the Druids, who controlled the metals trade – in gold, and especially in silver and lead in the nearby Mendip Hills. Arthur was the All Father of the Druidic religion, anciently Odin. Nearby too is the sacred settlement of Bath (a Baden/Boden name) where the so-called ‘goddess’ Sulis reigned. I think Sulis is the Brythonnic Sol (sun god), Latinized. A head similar to those of the Celtic Green Man (plenty of these in East Anglia btw) is now miscalled a ‘Medusa’ in those Roman baths. Solisbury Hill is near here; but elsewhere in the Stonehenge ritual site area of Wiltshire is also the famous ‘ritually constructed’ Silbury Hill, overlooked itself by Waden Hill. There is also the nearby market town of Salisbury. So – Sulis is associated with Bath (Baden/Boden) and there is also near bath a Brean Down (Bran Down) – Bran meaning raven, thus also Arthur the All Father God.

    You can see where this is going. Sorry, Top Ender, but the trail of associations with religion is far too strong, and far to evidence elsewhere in Britain too, for a particular warlord to accrete the fame that the name of the god so obviously carries. The lack of much definitive regarding a ‘Saxon’ invasion is also revealing. Yes, there were internecine skirmishes certainly, oftimes between intermarrying peoples, many turning back to heathenism: pace Gildas, but little to suggest any one ‘uniting’ warlord. It took King Alfred to do that; so note that much of Arthurian legend draws on memories of this C9th real ‘Great King’. As I point out above, a better explanation centres on the plenitude of associations with the Father God of the old religion, anathematized by Rome. Thus Rome made a point of attacking Cadbury ‘Castle’ in their original foray of take-over in Britain; archaeology now suggests much activity holding this site to Rome in 43-44ad, revising some earlier work putting these forays later. This suggests to me Rome wanted to hold its power early over this impressive site, which archaeology now demonstrates was a key RITUAL site, with temples on it throughout a long period. In fact archaeologist Barry Cunliffe sees the site as obviously useful defensively, but its primary reason likely being to aggregate people for communal and ritual purposes. From the bronze age to the iron age it may have become more significant as a site of metal-making (a magic act in itself for pre-literate peoples), perhaps becoming more important as the iron in the local area was plentiful, shifting attention from the previous tin areas (Tintagel in Cornwall, also ‘Arthurian’) and copper areas (Llandudno and the Great Orme – the world dragon) of North Wales.

    In 1542 John Leyland said Cadbury Castle was where King ARTHUR used to hang out, and called it Camelaet; hence the run on Camelot for this place which ended in the failure of the archaeological Camelot dream of Leslie Alcock, abetted by Geoffrey Ashe in the 1970’s. There are numerous other ‘Camelots’, far too many for this one to hold any precedence, and many other Arthurian-associated battles as far away as in Scotland and Bamburgh Castle near Lindesfarne (the fictional Uhtred’s Bebbingburg, a name scatter from Bran-burg – Bran’s castle). Cadbury Castle is mainly of ‘Arthurian’ significance because it is close to West Camel and Queen Camel (and we know that Camul names signify Odin in his Camulus proxy war god name – as in Camuloddin, another carefully chosen Roman invasion site of Druidic trading, the gold route). The area that became known as Wessex was certainly an area where a stream of Germanic incomers or rising local warlords who were heathens might have fought those Britons who remained more Romanised, and likely Christian. For this is the history of Wessex as it emerged. Religious conflict over old and new religious systems. The Wansdyke (Woden’s dyke) may indeed have separated out two differing local populations for a while. A great hall may have been built there, but so were great halls also built in the north, in the lands of the Gododdin. They were built certainly for King Arthur – the father god of the ancient tribes. There is no evidence that the settlement at Cadbury Castle was a Christian site.

    Keep in touch. Happy to do lunch when you are in Sydney. I know you are a mate of Christopher Gidlow, one of the last of the Arthurian believers, whose book I have read, and largely disagree with on solid textual grounds, let alone the etymological ones I mention above, although Gidlow is one of the best of the ‘believers’. He should turn his attention to Alfred rather than Arthur; there is better meat there. 🙂

    ps I do love the way ‘1066 and All That’ satirizes the historical unreality/reality of those two names. Interestingly, Alfrod can be seen to derive from a transposed scattering of Allfader=Alfrodder then shortened to Alfrod (although the usual etymology offered is from the AS Aelf=elf). Perhaps Alfred was so named by himself (we do not know) to draw upon the power of the old ideas in order to spread the Christian message. His accreted mythology concerning the ‘burnt’ cakes is definitely worth thinking on: burning oatcakes was one form of sacrifice to take auguries, and Alfred certainly was looking for all sorts of divine help out there in those marshes.

  77. Eyrie

    “It won’t be good to live in melbourne then.”
    So nothing will change, then?

  78. Peter Campion

    From the “I wish I’d thought of this department…”

    SLUGG – Shorten’s Labor, Union, Get-up and Greens coalition

    H/t to Cairns Post texter, ‘Joanne’.

    I’ll be appropriating that!

  79. zyconoclast

    Latest:
    Nathan Phillips was a USMC refrigerator mechanic who went AWOL three times.
    Looked after Corps fridges in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    Walk about?

  80. DrBeauGan

    I have no recollection of ever celebrating Australia Day.

    Oz day started getting bigger as a result of the bogan class (of which I am a proud member as my name suggests) started sticking flags on our cars and yelling as we drove down the highway pissed out of our minds.

  81. DrBeauGan

    Mostly yelling at chicks in miniskirts.

  82. Gab

    I love Australia Day. I’m grateful my Mum emigrated (legally) to Australia, the land of my birth, which makes me indigenous. I’m grateful to Cook for discovering this place and to the many white settlers who brought with them civilised Traditions and Christian values upon which this country was built.

  83. Gab

    There’s much to celebrate 🎉🍾💖

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