Open Forum: May 25, 2019

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  1. “EvilElvis
    #3026846, posted on May 27, 2019 at 10:31 am
    Were was the family? Were was the boyfriend?

    FMD, just pump a hundred large into another vigil, that’ll sort it. Every fucking department in Australia involved in mental health, druggy support and homeless should be defunded. Now. It’s like the aboriginal industry, nothing improves for the lives that need it, while the fat fucking educated bureaucrats, PS numpties and activists get fatter and bolder with their virtue. Those bastards need a good bashing in a park.”

    My thoughts too…..As soon as I read the story I knew there was more to it….a lot more. The truth is that the man the police have arrested is, wihtou doubt, a complete lowlife.

    But in the Marxist state of Victoria, under Chairman Dan, it is much more convenient to blame ALL men…especially decent white men.

    And as for the vigils….pass me a bucket….a big bucket.

  2. So, we have a tax-eating malingerer in the tradition of Spud, who is on full compo, but not enough to buy a nice enough house.

    You’d know, of course, being privy to my bank account and tax details.
    Not that it’s any of your business, but I’m one of only two in my section that is not TPI.
    I have a gold card because of my age. Everyone with war service gets issued at age 70.
    I live off a healthy super fund, but take delight in flashing the gold card in front of the likes of you at every opportunity , because it causes wailing and gnashing of teeth.
    Rubbing your nose in it is enjoyable.
    Thanks for your contribution – and that of all taxpaying Cats (if any actually exist).

  3. EvilElvis

    Week two and back to the grindstone.

    I’d imagine retirees will be throwing money at you for the next three years, spend it before a socialist gets it!

  4. Infidel Tiger

    Does the Gold Card get you free upgrades at McDonalds?

    Worthless if not.

  5. Peter

    Couldn’t this indiscriminate damning of men drive some fragile souls to contemplate suicide?

    When the homosexuals were told they were sinners, at least many people stood up for them and condemned the messenger. But who will stand up for the men?

    Com to that, who will stand up for the adulterers and fornicators?

  6. None

    As far as I know the boyfriend and the woman split up four years ag. The family only had intermittent contact with the woman. I suspect the combination of mental health issues and drugs wasn’t going to give them any choices. Such people really need to be committed but of course the Lefty Darlings don’t believe in that sort of stuff. All we need now is to find out that the murderer has Scott form and is out on early parole blah blah. The usual f****** story in Victoria.

  7. notafan

    Don’t the french have run off style voting?

  8. None

    I’m really happy to know that no matter what people think of me here I could never be as big a fwit as numbers. #winning

  9. None

    For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of god. Next.

  10. “Such people really need to be committed but of course the Lefty Darlings don’t believe in that sort of stuff. “

    Precisely None. And once they were committed. But nowadays….oh no…the left would rather have vulnerable people, many with mental issues, roaming the streets and sleeping rough.

  11. Shy Ted

    Men may be from Mars and women may be from Venus but my next woman is going to be from a silicone factory in China. Not this one because she looks like a bloke. Although she is on sale.

  12. memoryvault

    Does the Gold Card get you free upgrades at McDonalds?

    Does anybody know offhand the penalty for bashing tigers to death?

  13. “None
    #3026872, posted on May 27, 2019 at 10:50 am
    I’m really happy to know that no matter what people think of me here I could never be as big a fwit as numbers. #winning”

    I like your posts None.

  14. notafan

    The truth is that the man the police have arrested is, wihtou doubt, a complete lowlife.

    He is another homeless person.

    You can bet this was a drug/alcohol fueled dispute, probably over drugs, KD suggested she was holding and he wanted. might is right in these circles

    No doubt the perp was off his face at the time, which would explain the ‘horrendous’ injuries.

  15. Top Ender

    Did 45 jumps as a civilian skydiver.

    Terrified every time.

  16. None

    With mental issues, Sleeping Rough , and often on drugs. Given the remarks on how brutal the beating I will put money on that the murderer is an ice addict.

  17. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I have a gold card because of my age. Everyone with war service gets issued at age 70.

    Does anybody else see the irony here?

  18. Mater

    Not that it’s any of your business, but I’m one of only two in my section that is not TPI.

    Meh.
    It’s not like you did 20 years lugging a pack around.

  19. None

    I’m your #1 fan Cassie. #thanks

  20. notafan

    My mum has a gold card

    She would give it back in a heartbeat to have had dad around just a few years longer.

    Thirty years since she got it coming up soon.

  21. EvilElvis

    Not this one because she looks like a bloke. Although she is on sale.

    Strong, muscular nose, always a good sign on a racehorse. And sex dolls apparently.

  22. MatrixTransform

    to read about a fictional war hero

    Captain Australia and his Eureka Shield made of course from pure Unobtainium.

    Waiting for the Disney/Marvel reboot based on the book

  23. notafan

    what came first the drugs or the mental health issues?

  24. None

    Imagine buying a used blow up sex doll. Eeeewwww. Too much information from you lately, shy Ted.

  25. Dr Faustus

    The fact that the Brexit party has done well is down to two critical factors…

    Add to those two: Jean-Claude Juncker; and Michel Barnier – plus the fact that most English Brits loathe the whole EU/Bruxelles interference in their daily lives.

  26. None

    Oh nota. That just stabbed the heart.

  27. Meh.
    It’s not like you did 20 years lugging a pack around.

    So, by inference, you’re saying that all of those that are TPI are weak bastards.
    That’s of the six still alive, of course.
    One committed suicide, one was shot by police in a siege, and two others died of cancer.
    One is now dying of multiple myeloma.
    Slimy piece of work, aren’t you?

  28. lotocoti

    an Iroquois helicopter with only the floor seat belt between me and eternity.

    Pffft.
    A winter wet winch at JB with a Westland Wessex and only the lip of the door runner between you and a Regrets to Inform.

  29. “notafan
    #3026887, posted on May 27, 2019 at 10:57 am
    what came first the drugs or the mental health issues?”

    Drugs.

  30. EvilElvis

    the left would rather have vulnerable people, many with mental issues, roaming the streets and sleeping rough.

    Which begs the question, with the massive level of funding to sort these issues, when is it finally the state’s fault for these incidents? And is there opportunity for civil lawfare and compensation? When does individual liberty get put on the back burner to assure the safety of people who are incapable of making correct decisions to protect themselves or are reliant on substances?

  31. memoryvault

    To each his own Shy Ted.
    I’m leaning towards this model but with smaller breasts.
    (Scroll down for more pics – it’s okay, there’s nothing rude)

  32. Leigh Lowe

    Does the Gold Card get you free upgrades at McDonalds?

    Not sure.
    It clearly does nothing to help chronic shit on the liver.

  33. None

    Every time I read stuff like this I think who in their right mind would want to be in the EU. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/defying-macron–austria-s-kurz-says-axe-european-parliament-s-strasbourg-site-11502274. Run Britain run. Get the hell out of there.

  34. stackja

    Leigh Lowe
    #3026715, posted on May 27, 2019 at 8:51 am

    Union official raised to a high position. Why? When MSM now concerned about mental health. And ALP does the usual hand wringing.

  35. stackja

    Martin Luther King Jr reassessed?

  36. None

    Which begs the question, with the massive level of funding to sort these issues, when is it finally the state’s fault for these incidents? 

    The first and foremost and perhaps the only duty of government is to protect it’s citizens. Except in the case of Victoria where the Victorian Government will ensure that that can kill you buy abortion , euthanasia, drugs and crime.

    Evil, it’s about time some people did start waging that sort of lawfare on f*** is like Dan Andrews and his government and Vicpol and if there was any way to sue them personally I’d be donating to a fund.

  37. Leigh Lowe

    Meh.
    It’s not like you did 20 years lugging a pack around.

    Although there is that yuuuuge chip on the sloping shoulders.

  38. Mater

    Is that what I’m saying is it, Bob?
    Thanks for letting me know.

  39. Leigh Lowe

    Is that what I’m saying is it, Bob?
    Thanks for letting me know.

    And this from the clown who, when his own direct contradictions are called out, screams “verballing”.
    Look, Spud … and I mean this in a constructive, caring way … have you considered using that Gold Card to get a dementia assessments?
    It’s on the government and I am sure I speak for all taxpayers when I encourage you to avail yourself of it.
    You deserve it.
    We all do.

  40. stackja

    Anthony Albanese becomes Labor leader as Scott Morrison moves to quash China’s Pacific influence
    Staff writers, News Corp Australia Network
    3 minutes ago
    Subscriber only

    Anthony Albanese has become the new leader of the Australian Labor Party.

    Nominations for the role closed on Monday morning and, as expected, Mr Albanese was the only person to put his hand up. He said he is honoured to be taking on the top job.

    “Thank you to members of caucus, rank and file members and affiliates for your support,” he posted on Facebook.

    “Together we can return our great party to government in three years time.” Mr Albanese will hold a press conference at midday.

    Victorian MP Richard Marles is in line to be his deputy, again being the only person with his hat in the ring for the job on Monday.

    Both men have promised to talk to voters who didn’t vote Labor in a bid to make sure they understand last Saturday’s shock election loss.

  41. Roger

    Phil Cleary now in the press pontificating about male violence as a reaction to second wave feminism.

  42. Old School Conservative

    James Halliday’s “Australia’s best winter wines and whiskeys” includes a St Agnes XO Grand Reserve 40-y-o at $750.

    That’s a lot for a whiskey. Probably not one to drink on your own.

  43. an Iroquois helicopter with only the floor seat belt between me and eternity.

    I’m not too fussed on heights, but never had a problem riding Iroquois with no doors, no harness, full pack and webbing and weapon across my knees. I can still smell the avtur and hear the characteristic chop of the two blade rotor.
    You’d never fall out when banking as the centrifugal force pinned you in.
    Returning from an op was always better than heading out.
    I remember our first “hot insertion”.
    Both door gunners opened up with twin m60s as we approached the L.Z.
    That was unexpected, and for a split second some of us thought the firing was inbound.
    It wasn’t, but the tracer set fire to the grass (March is dry season), and the fire and smoke stuffed everything up.
    One digger’s pack caught fire and his grenades went up.
    It was absolute chaos.

  44. notafan

    I blame Dan Andrews.

    People who should be in care are instead wandering the streets

    The other two recent stranger killings were also committed by men with mental health issues

    The court heard Mr Hammond may have autism and a “delusional disorder”.

    He had been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and prescribed an array of medications to treat it, the court was told.

    Parkville murder accused Henry Hammond appears in Melbourne court charged with killing Courtney Herron

  45. Roger

    Both men have promised to talk to voters who didn’t vote Labor in a bid to make sure they understand last Saturday’s shock election loss.

    Marles will be about as welcome in Queensland as a bastard at a family reunion after his Trad-esque comments on coal.

  46. notafan

    none of this has anything to male reactions to second, third, fourth or fifth wave feminism.

    It does have a lot to to with feminist feelz driven bureaucracy though

  47. Is that what I’m saying is it, Bob?

    You most certainly are, by clear and direct inference. Two years (or even one year – which was what most Nashos served) is not long – but service induced injury has nothing to do with length of service. Ask the hundreds who were maimed by mines and booby traps.
    I don’t give a stuff, I’m doing OK, but thousands aren’t, and they shouldn’t have to put up with crap like that from arseholes like you.

  48. notafan

    Wayne “Mousey” Perry was living under a railway bridge next to the Yarra.

    “You have to sleep with one eye open because you don’t know who’s going to bash you or stab you or rob you,” he told The Age last Friday about street life.

    Also killed by another homeless person

    No quotes from Dan Andrews though

    Homeless man ‘Mousey’ fatally stabbed in Melbourne city park

  49. EvilElvis

    as a reaction to second wave feminism.

    Because nothing gets the goat of a homeless, druggy, loser more than this.

  50. Mindfree

    Bwah, ha, ha, ha.
    The Jackie Trad crack suicide squad has hit back.
    Sky running a story that Palace-Chook’s travel expenses under scrutiny.

    I wonder which one of those two bints authorized the taxpayer funded Al Gore 3 day Brisbane extravaganza next month (500K I believe) featuring pontificating of the evils of Adani?

    Especially as Pope Al is worth over $100M

  51. Leigh Lowe

    Lots and lots of Flannery falling from the sky down here.
    Well, not so much falling as whipping in sideways.
    Something I haven’t heard before.
    A gale force wind blowing through a stand of 10 – 12 mature Norfolk pines makes the most eyrie noise.
    Unless, of course, it was Gaia screaming in pain.
    It could of been that.

  52. feelthebern

    James Halliday’s “Australia’s best winter wines and whiskeys” includes a St Agnes XO Grand Reserve 40-y-o at $750.

    OSC, I think i’ve had that.
    Or something from a similar shaped bottle with a gold top.
    I sat on one glass, while a family of clients polished off the bottle over dinner.
    Yes, they were Chinese.
    Yes, it was over hotpot (that’s authentic Chinese).
    Yes, they paid.

  53. Fisky

    Sohrab Ahmari
    @SohrabAhmari
    ·
    4h

    The safest places in Europe for J3ws today are Hungary, Poland and the like–the very countries, in other words, that are routinely demonized by the “responsible center” for insufficient adherence to universalistic liberal ideology.

    This is unquestionably true, but reading the J3wish columnists in the New York Times, they seem to prefer countries having high levels of anti-S3mitism so long as they follow globalist liberal policies.

  54. Arky

    they shouldn’t have to put up with crap like that from arseholes like you.

    ..
    One of the things about an anonymous blog is you seldom know much about who you are talking to.
    Best to leave the personal insults out of it.

  55. Geriatric Mayfly

    The Hunchback has been on the missing persons’ list for some time. But he’s back, galvanised by events in Royal Park. Peripheral social justice issues are sure fire stimulants if ever Dan needs animation.

  56. Leigh Lowe

    Marles will be about as welcome in Queensland as a bastard at a family reunion after his Trad-esque comments on coal.

    For a long time I thought his name was “Miles” because of the plummy prahvate school accent.
    Represents one of the poorest houso electorates in the country (Corio) but fairly sure he doesn’t live there.
    Agree absolutely that only one Queenslander (no names) will welcome the toffy ponce into their state to be lectured at.

  57. stackja

    Notafan – NSW mental health facilities closed and land sold to developers. Mental health patients moved to public housing or left to their own.

  58. Leigh Lowe

    One of the things about an anonymous blog is you seldom know much about who you are talking to.
    Best to leave the personal insults out of it.

    Fuck off.
    🙂

  59. Leigh Lowe

    Notafan – NSW mental health facilities closed and land sold to developers. Mental health patients moved to public housing or left to their own.

    A good number come here.

  60. Arky

    Fuck off

    ..
    Get bent, moron.

  61. Shy Ted

    After a chat with Wikileaks I am able to reveal 1735099′ timetable for the special needs children in his class –
    9am assembly
    9.30am Vietnam, a personal story.
    10.30am Le Duan – my part in his downfall.
    11.30am Fallen arches can get you out of military service.
    12.30pm Lunch
    1.30pm But for a twist of fate I’d be POTUS.
    2.30pm Bullying. Why name-calling is bad. But “fatty” is OK.
    3.30pm Book review – Jellybeans in the Jungle.
    4.30pm Home
    Homework – Conscription vs voluntary service. An essay. 500 words.

  62. feelthebern

    A few years back, I was in Shenzhen & was offered ice cold St Henri in a tumbler.
    My hosts took theirs with ice.

  63. Arky

    Bugger.
    It’s harder than it looks.

  64. Johno

    One digger’s pack caught fire and his grenades went up.
    It was absolute chaos.”
    What garbage. What complete garbage. No-one but no-one carried grenades in their pack. When contact was initiated the first thing you did was drop pack. What use would they be in your pack. Stop reading Soldier of Fortune. Were you even there? You Dork.

  65. feelthebern

    Marles is possibly the fakest member of the ALP parliamentary part.
    That’s quite the honour.

  66. Arky

    LL used harsh language on me.
    I’m suing.

  67. hzhousewife

    People who should be in care are instead wandering the streets

    Large numbers of tertiary students take Psychology, Social Work, Youth Work courses, where are they when the work needs to be done. Several friends kids did these “degrees” and vowed and declared they would never work in the field, too hard, too depressing, not paid enough etc. The public housing apartments in this town are easily identifiable by their architecture including rubbish bin bays right out front on the street. Simply awful.
    This lass apparently was estranged from her family, bet she was difficult to deal with. Once on the streets, everything gets worse. I wonder if there was a fight over drugs.

  68. John64

    The Slovenian Hag cited “family reasons” for relinquishing the deputy leadership of the Liars.

    Presumably “family reasons” wouldn’t have prevented her from being sworn in as Deputy Prime Minister had things turned out a little differently a couple of Saturdays ago.

    The incuriosity of the MSM is as expected.

    Why wasn’t she just honest enough to admit that she didn’t feel like she had another 3 years of thankless hard slog from the opposition front bench left in her?

  69. feelthebern

    No-one but no-one carried grenades in their pack.

    Lies makes baby Jesus cry.

  70. Dr Faustus

    Both men [Albanese and Marles] have promised to talk to voters who didn’t vote Labor in a bid to make sure they understand last Saturday’s shock election loss.

    Hey, you. Yes, you. Non-Labor voter over there.

    Do you not fucking understand last Saturday’s shock loss? We’ve now got a Morrison Government for three years, no funding for health, schools and NDIS – plus the Top End of Town is chortling as they spend their franking credits on negatively geared investment properties.

    That’s what you’ve gone and been and done…

  71. Best to leave the personal insults out of it.

    I can’t believe that anyone who reads this scrofulous little blog would write that.
    This whole site is a conglomeration of abuse, personal and otherwise.
    It’s the “vibe”….

  72. Shy Ted

    ScoMo, AnAl, so Arthur Senodinos would be ArSe. Pul Keating would be PuKe. Only works if your teacher was 1735099 and you can’t spell.

  73. A good number come here.

    Yes.
    Includes Leigh Lowe, KD, Johno, Arky and Evilelvis.
    And that’s just those that are obviously certifiable.
    Many others are borderline…..

  74. Bruce of Newcastle

    Anthony Albanese becomes Labor leader as Scott Morrison moves to quash China’s Pacific influence

    Well, well, well.

    China’s communists fund Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party: What the United States Congress was told (26 May 2018)

    An influential United States Congress hearing has been told “one of the major fundraisers for Jacinda Ardern’s party” is linked to the Chinese Communist Party and it showed China had penetrated New Zealand’s political networks.

    As a result, US lawmakers needed to consider whether New Zealand should be kicked out of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance because of problems at its “political core”.

    Anyone know if Sam has been to Kiwiland lately?

    (via BCF today, who missed the 2018 bit in the date…but I’ve put the article up as it’s still very pertinent to ScoMo’s problem.)

  75. feelthebern

    I can’t believe that anyone who reads this scrofulous little blog would write that.

    & if you freeze it right there, you can see where numbers outed himself as a Krudd lover.

  76. Dr Faustus

    Why wasn’t she just honest enough to admit that she didn’t feel like she had another 3 years of thankless hard slog from the opposition front bench left in her?

    She knew, like it or not, Albo was coming through the pack. Into the headwind of a policy shit storm.

    And the best place to shank him is from behind, reluctantly, regretfully, as a loyal lieutenant to a Good Opposition Gone Wrong.

  77. 132andBush

    He’s getting rattled.

  78. Mater

    You most certainly are, by clear and direct inference.

    Actually Bob, I’m not.
    It’s simple risk theory. The greater the exposure, the greater the chance of occurrence.
    People can get injured on day one, but getting through two years unscathed is much more likely than if you are exposed to the risk for twenty years, not to mention the proven cumulative effects of wear and tear on one’s body.

    Don’t make yourself out as some sort of anomaly. I know MANY blokes who have done twenty years of the hardest service possible, who are not TPI.

  79. Some History

    Anthony Albanese has become the new leader of the Australian Labor Party.

    Now being head of the Labor Camp, “Albo” will just no longer do. He needs a name more befitting a leader like, say, Albodross.

  80. Leigh Lowe

    LL used harsh language on me.

    But wait.
    There’s more.

  81. Leigh Lowe

    Albodross!
    That goes straight to the Catictionary.

  82. notafan

    The projected results for the new European Parliament show significant losses for the two main groups, the centre-right European People’s Party and the centre-left Socialists and Democrats.

    They remain the largest groups but have lost their majority.

    The Greens and Liberal groups have made gains, as well as the right-wing nationalist and populist groups.

    The results for individual countries below are a mixture of projected and official figures, and are subject to change as more results are declared.

    bbc EU election results

  83. EvilElvis

    Includes Leigh Lowe, KD, Johno, Arky and Evilelvis.

    That’s Elvis with a capital ‘E’, thanks old sport. And if we’re doing lists can you please seperate us Aussies from the kiwis otherwise my self esteem may take a hit. There’s a good chap.

  84. “This whole site is a conglomeration of abuse, personal and otherwise.
    It’s the “vibe”….”

    Well go and stick your head in a bucket of concrete…..it’s probably something you should have done 50 years ago….it might have saved the children.

  85. Arky

    seperate us Aussies from the kiwis

    ..
    Thems fighting words.
    Hold my sheep.

  86. thefrolickingmole

    Interesting…

    The EU liyterally has the “uniparty” in charge.


    The grand coalition of left and right is set to lose its 40-year majority: the European People’s party and the Socialists & Democrats are on course to share 44% of the total seats. The centre right did well in Austria, while socialists topped the list in Spain, Portugal and – to some surprise – the Netherlands.

  87. notafan

    Expecting many many more marches and riots in France.

    Whatever people might think Macron’s labour and pensions reforms are a good thing for moribund France.

    The projected result comes at a particularly challenging time for Macron — a Europhile who was elected back in 2017. His reform agenda, including on the labor market, has frustrated some French citizens over the last two years — which has escalated into months of protests and historically-low levels of popularity for the president.

    Nonetheless, the narrow defeat to Le Pen’s National Rally most likely won’t derail Macron’s domestic agenda, as the government seeks to impose a major overhaul of the pension system over the coming months.

    interesting but note the low voter turnout in France 50 percent

  88. notafan

    It ia pity that Macron has fallen prey to the green dream

  89. What garbage. What complete garbage. No-one but no-one carried grenades in their pack

    Bullshit.
    We were charged if we carried our grenades on our basic webbing, after an incident when someone in (I think) 5 RAR jumped of a truck and had the pin pulled out of the grenade by a fitting on the truck.
    It killed him and seriously wounded two others. We were expected to stow them (taped) in the top side pockets of our packs.
    Johno has a real problem.
    He seems to believe that every unit in Vietnam operated in exactly the same way as his.
    Thank Christ they didn’t.
    5 RAR must have been a shower of shit at some stage, because when we took over their lines on arrival at the Dat, and did some burning off to clean the place up, discarded ordinance would go off now and again. We also found grenades under the floorboards of their tents. They were obviously slack when it came to care and stowage of ammunition.
    5 RAR apparently was Johno’s unit.
    ‘Nuff said…..

    We were allowed to carry grenades in our ammunition pouches provided they were taped. Problem with this was, we were also expected to carry at least six full mags in these same pouches, so if you personal weapon was an SLR, it didn’t leave much room for grenades.

    After the first op, we carried far fewer grenades, as they weren’t used in any of the contacts we had. The M79 was a much better proposition. We did use the SLR mounted launcher, but gave it away after a digger was killed in an ambush when he fired a normal round (rather than the special grenade launching round) into a grenade mounted on the spigot for the purpose.
    The launcher used ballistite cartridges (with a crimped neck and no projectile, obviously).

  90. Slayer of Memes

    Did anyone see this YouTube video of Bari Weiss, a staff editor for the NYTimes opinion page?

    She got absolutely DEMOLISHED when she tried to push a narrative about a US politician but instead only revealed her complete lack of knowledge.

    Highlights include:

    Bari Weiss: (naming potential Dem candidates against Trump in 2020) Kamala ((Harris)), Kirsten Gellibrand..
    Joe Rogan: Tulsi Gabbard..
    BW: *scoff loudly* Monst… ..-rous.. ideas
    JR: Why?
    BW: She’s an Assad toadie..
    JR: What does that mean? What’s a toadie?
    BW: I think I used that word correctly… Jimmie can you check what toadie means..

    — *writes for the NYTimes as a staff option editor*
    *Doesn’t know what the word ‘toadie’ means*

    Where.
    The.
    Fuck.
    Do.
    I.
    Start…

    but it gets better (or worse…):

    BW: (spelling out ‘TOADIE’ for the producer to google the definition) A-D-I-E..
    JR: What does it mean?
    BW: I think it means what I think it means..

    — *insert Picard-facepalm-gif-meme here*

    But wait!! There’s more (and it’s glorious in just how much worse it becomes):

    BW: Yeah it’s prov-… that’s… it’s known about her
    JR: Where did she say that?
    BW: I don’t remember the details… I read it somewhere…
    JR: Well wait a minute, before we say that we should probably read it..
    BW: Well I have read it

    BW: I think she’s like the motherlode of bad ideas… I’m pretty positive about that.. but maybe I’m wrong..

    The best description of this woman, which can then also be applied to the ENTIRE leftwing MSM, comes a little later where she is described as being “SMUGNORANT”…
    (I am so stealing that term from now on, btw)

    I can’t even list the rest of how bad this went for this woman… and believe me, no matter how bad the above was already… it got WORSE…

    Just watch and be amazed at just how much of a trainwreck her appearance was on the Joe Rogan podcast, and how Jimmy Dore and his fellow comedian/commentators just absolutely take her to town..

  91. Robber Baron

    Richard Marles was once married to and bred with one Liza Neville. Well well well.

    Then went on to breed with someone else twicely.

  92. Mother Lode

    The British cartoonists will have their brains teeming with vitriolic ideas seeing the Brexit movement has delivered a mighty kick up the bum to the Remainers who might have hoped that if they put it off long enough the whole issue would just go away.

    The elites have had few black eyes over the last few years. To be honest I would not have predicted it a few years ago.

  93. Mother Lode

    BW: I think she’s like the motherlode of bad ideas… I’m pretty positive about that.. but maybe I’m wrong..

    Sod off, Bari.

    Try staying on topic you shambling imbecile, and leave me out it.

  94. Bar Beach Swimmer

    Morrison gets to work and rewards his base …

    Scott Morrison ‘committed’ to constitutional recognition

    The Prime Minister says he is committed to getting Constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians ..

    I know, I know … But Labor Would Be Worse.

    Hopefully, it’s just fake news.

  95. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Watching British SkyNews. Hot spot of the world: Caracas, Venezuela. Piece on the riots, and then the blackout, and how terrible it all was, but not a mention anywhere of the word ‘socialism’. Just one specially selected woman saying the new hopeful leader was ‘marvelous, just like Obama’. All the problems presented as due to the current government, ‘not a good one’, doing ‘poor management’. Sickening report, no wonder socialism still keeps rising, the many-headed hydra. No-one gets told about how bad it is until people die, brutal repression takes over, and even then, the milk-faced typically leftie ‘concerned’ SkyNews lot descend to tell viewers firstly, how brave they are to be there, and secondly, that things (they don’t say what) must now change to improve people’s lives. And that someone like Obama is the answer is the agenda these TV nitwits set for others and live by themselves.

    No wonder Rupert is trying hard to unload this useless Sky News lot, observes Hairy.

    ————

    More hopefully, Nigel Farage socks it to the two Majors about Brexit and the rise of the Brexit Party in the next general election.

  96. calli

    Thanks for the advice, Lizzie. I might pop up to the doctor on Wednesday and have a word to her – I know all about those lurking secondary viruses just waiting to pounce once I hop on the plane.

    I have not tried to run the mongrel cold off, not in this wind. Netflix movie binging, (Before I Go To Sleep and Twelve Monkeys), lots of green tea and chemist Codral seem to be doing the trick.

    Bon voyage and happy packing. They seem to have dropped the dinner suit code, so it’s white shirts and ties. Thank goodness I can leave the tiara behind. I will signal as we pass on the gangplank – I will trip and you can reciprocate. Better than a secret handshake.

  97. I’m hoping someone can help with this:
    Over the last year I heard that the Greens, along with the FRACS had proposed a ban on quad bikes. I can find articles from the FRACS, but the Greens don’t seem to have a specific item in their shopping list.
    Can anyone help?
    Please?

  98. Tailgunner

    The mural on a silo at Tinning Street in Brunswick took nine days to paint

    Stop putting temptation in my way, cohenite!

  99. Tailgunner

    I’m WAAAY on the scrollback.

  100. Tailgunner

    And makka is completely correct – numbers is totally fucking this joint.
    If Sinc won’t ban him then we have to ignore.

  101. Boambee John

    Top Ender
    #3026850, posted on May 27, 2019 at 10:33 am
    My first brush with the armed forces was in air cadets when they put me in an Iroquois helicopter with only the floor seat belt between me and eternity.

    I sat on the floor, legs dangling out the door, no seatbelt (they were in a tangle with the seat webbing, not much ‘elf and safety in those halcyon days). Friction was your friend!

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