Tuesday Forum: July 9, 2019

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  1. None

    We had the pube discussion weeks ago. And it was a lot less disgusting than you eating your own scabs, IT.

  2. wivenhoe

    Would prefer less pubes discussion if possible.

    Yeah, they are terribly annoying between your teeth.

  3. egg_

    Wong was addressing the phrasing.

    Confucius say woman who dress as man sure to get the d1ck.

  4. Proverbs 25:24.

    It’s better to live alone in the corner of an attic than with a quarrelsome wife in a lovely home.

    I checked on the translation. The Modern King Incoh version says:

    Proverbs 25:24.
    It’s better to live alone in the corner of an attic than with a quarrelsome woman on a lovely blog.

  5. Frank Walker from National Tiles

    easy divorce, artificial contraception and abortion on demand were introduced by men, everything is is a consequence

    That’s true. The argument against a married couple using contraception is very unconvincing.

    Unless you’re advancing an argument along the lines of Idiocracy.

  6. rickw

    In it, abos virtually designed the space shuttle and built great cities of stone, cropped the land, all while singing kumbaya.
    The education bureaucrats have made it compulsory reading in schools by next year.

    There are few kids that don’t seem to realise that they’re having propaganda rammed down their throats.

  7. Infidel Tiger

    Yeah, they are terribly annoying between your teeth.

    Unless the food is great, try a new lunch bar.

  8. egg_

    Confucius asks…

    If a man is alone with no woman to hear him speak, is what he says still wrong?

  9. Speedbox

    cuckoo
    #3100962, posted on July 9, 2019 at 2:15 pm
    In the last week I’ve seen more beautiful women than I care to remember.

    That’s the feeling I get when I visit Poland. Cafe waitresses who look like supermodels. But oddly, their mothers don’t.

    If you really want a head-turning experience, go to Odessa in the Ukraine. Even the mothers look good.

  10. egg_

    abos virtually designed the space shuttle and built great cities of stone, cropped the land, all while singing kumbaya.

    The Flintstones of the parallel Clown Universe?

  11. rickw

    Wow.

    This is on Epstein’s Island:

    Not exactly like that anymore. There was a fire and explosion in that structure a couple of months ago….

  12. Even the mothers look good.

    Maybe you need to spend less time in the wilderness.
    Tell me again. How many days were you in isolation?

  13. Tintarella di Luna

    I’m a fan of Mel Tankard Reist.

    I have a couple of her books – very emotional topics covered with great sensitivity

  14. Chris

    Jesus once told a parable about a man who found a treasure in a field and sold everything he had to buy that field.

    Modern day paraphrase: If you want to hang onto your fuckEd- arse dykedom over and above God’a kingdom (= gods rule over yiur own life) then really you don’t want god so take your strap-on and go your merry way and get out of every one’s faces. God will certainly make sure you will be in the hell that you want to be, hell being where God is absent.

    If however you are so sure that God intended for men to shove their dicks up other men’s shitholes and women to cavort with other women then why the hang ups? You must know better than even Jesus Christ himself. Go take your strap-on and piss off out of people’s faces.

    But if you truly believe in God and believe that he spoke through Jesus Christ and that god loves you and seeks your good, then you would give up everything to follow him. Even your f****** strapon and your stupid dykedom.

    Strongly put. Much stronger than I would.
    However I got a different take on this parable of the pearl from a convert whose words were passed on by Jackie Pullinger of Hong Kong fame:
    She asked the new Christian how he saw this story. The reply: God is the merchant, and I am the pearl.
    God sacrificed everything to buy my salvation.

  15. wivenhoe

    Unless the food is great, try a new lunch bar.

    brilliant suggestion, IT, why didn’t I think of that.

  16. thefrollickingmole

    Not exactly like that anymore. There was a fire and explosion in that structure a couple of months ago….

    Can a building commit Arkanside?

    Arkancide is the unfortunate habit of potential witnesses to the Clintons’ dirty dealings in Arkansas suddenly deciding to shoot themselves twice in the back of the head. Police and Coroners in Arkansas, notably Fahmy Malak who answered to Governor Bill Clinton, automatically described these shootings as “suicides.”

  17. dover_beach

    numbers quotes John 8:7 but reads no further, say to John 8:10-11:

    Then Jesus lifting up himself, said to her: Woman, where are they that accused thee? Hath no man condemned thee?

    Who said: No man, Lord. And Jesus said: Neither will I condemn thee. Go, and now sin no more.

    It’s also apt to remember that Folau did not condemn, nor has he the power to do so, he merely warned them of the wages of sin, and entreated them to ‘go and sin no more’. Note, here, however, that ‘sin no more’ acknowledges that commission of a wrong, which is to cast judgement, but the entreaty also involves love and forgiveness for those that acknowledge what they have done and are sorry for their transgression. We find none of this in those that parade in skin-suits.

  18. Oh come on

    Are you saying that Numpty is ignorantly cherrypicking the bible, Dover? I am shocked. Shocked!

  19. Infidel Tiger

    In Numpty’s version of the Bible, he is the hero.

  20. Oh come on

    I’m sure everyone here knows the old joke about that passage.

    Jesus says ‘let he who has not sinned cast the first stone’.

    Then a massive boulder is flung and squashes the unfortunate woman.

    Jesus turns around, spots who threw it and says ‘Dammit, Mum!’

  21. min

    The Australian ,I think ,printed the diaries of an early surveyor ,either Sturt or Mitchell , kept in State library.. There were entries every day of the group’s travels down towards the coast. They met family groups of aborigines , small numbers until they came across a large group of about 70 who had gathered for a corroboree where river ran into sea. They were quite surprised not to to see many aboriginals on the surveying trip.

  22. Nick

    There are few kids that don’t seem to realise that they’re having propaganda rammed down their throats.

    Interestingly, the teens I know instantly glaze over at the subject of our indigenes. They have had it rammed down their throats so much, they have turned off. They aren’t stupid.

  23. cohenite

    She’s a lesbian who once used to date Weatherill

    You can’t be serious. That is disgusting.

    Otherwise, a fine rant.

  24. Speedbox

    incoherent rambler
    #3101105, posted on July 9, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    Maybe you need to spend less time in the wilderness.
    Tell me again. How many days were you in isolation?

    Didn’t say I preferred the mothers. Just that they looked good as well and as we all know, they can be an indicator of what awaits the daughter.

  25. None

    Just reading about the 19 year old who climbed the shard in London. My god but security would be feeling really sheepish.

  26. Tintarella di Luna

    Tis better to keep a wife from idleness as the apple of temptation gleams brightly in the vision of the bored housewife.
    Thou art should demand from her tempting morsels from the kitchen , but above all, keep her occupied.

    Indeed, being kept, occupied certainly keeps me on the straight and narrow, for example today heaven alone knows what I might’ve got up to were I not cleaning up snot and phlegm for someone who can’t blow their nose, or pools of dog vomit in between producing tidbits from the kitchen, (handwashing with great care at all intervals)

  27. None

    Chris – nice take. Different parable.

  28. Tintarella di Luna

    She’s a lesbian who once used to date Weatherill

    not just once but actually conjugally co-habitated for quite some time

  29. Roger

    numbers quotes John 8:7 but reads no further, say to John 8:10-11:

    An early tradition was that Jesus when Jesus wrote in the dust he wrote the sins of each of the accusers.

    Thus convicted, they dropped their stones and left.

  30. cohenite

    We all know that something has gone amiss in humanity and putting up further examples is gilding the lily but really:

    The man thought to be the sole survivor of the group that carried out the Paris terror attacks was awarded 500 euros ($560) in compensation because the level of surveillance he was under in jail was deemed illegal, it has been reported.
    Belgian-born Salah Abdeslam, 29, had links to Is.s which claimed responsibility for the co-ordinated attacks that killed 130 people and left around 360 people injured in the French capital.
    The attackers’ targets included the Bataclan theater during a rock concert and the exterior of the Stade de France sports arena on November 13, 2015….
    He has been in the Fleury-Mérogis prison since April 2016 where he faced 24-hour CCTV surveillance, following an order by the then French justice minister Jean-Jaques Urvois.
    However in March 2017, judges deemed that level of surveillance to be illegal and he was awarded the compensation, according to a new book titled The Journal of Frank Berton, about Abdeslam’s lawyer, written by the L’Obs journalist Elsa Vigouroux.
    Berton challenged the level of surveillance, stating that it violated the constitution which preserves the right to privacy….
    Jean Messiha, from the nationalist party National Rally, which is headed by Marine Le Pen, tweeted: “We can never repeat it enough: we are run by a system that has become totally crazy, justifying by the rule of law the worst ignominies against the law and against the state.[“]

    More examples at Robert Spencer’s Jih.d watch.

  31. Nick

    Re Honey Birdette, even I was astounded by a shop ad in an upmarket mall in HK that had a good looking young lady using a strap on, on the open mouthed guy in front. It was an ad for sunglasses……

  32. P

    Christopher Hitchens on Clinton:

    “Someone once accused me of trying to assassinate his character. I said, ‘No, your character committed suicide a long time ago.’”

  33. Perth Trader

    From Todays West. Aust. A northern suburbs council will consider renaming one of its green spaces from “Blackboy Park” for being “politically incorrect”.

    The moves comes as Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has written to WA’s councils, asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

  34. None

    It is well known that Wong dated Weatherill, Cohenit and both of them are disgusting individuals. Interestingly Wong spend most of her extremely short legal career working for the CFMEU.

  35. dover_beach

    An early tradition was that Jesus when Jesus wrote in the dust he wrote the sins of each of the accusers.

    Thus convicted, they dropped their stones and left.

    That would make sense of their leaving.

  36. changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places

    William Blackbotham was unavailable for comment.

  37. Oh come on

    I like Jesse Lee Peterson because he’s one of the best triggerers on YouTube, but his version of Christianity is pretty bizarre. His thing is that you must forgive your mother for what she did to you and return to your father and apologise for being angry at him. Once you have returned to your earthly father, then you can be ‘at one’ with God and you will have ‘perfect peace’. In this state you will never sin again and, if you are a man, you will not experience emotions as emotions are for women only.

    Any textual basis for this?

  38. None

    I for one have no problems with Leviticus or any part of the so-called Old Testament law. It is all good.

  39. None

    The moves comes as Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has written to WA’s councils, asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

    This is so retarded it’s not funny

  40. None

    A northern suburbs council will consider renaming one of its green spaces from “Blackboy Park” for being “politically incorrect”.

    these people are so demented they can’t even remember the original definition of politically incorrect. And so now they’re going to remove any mention of blacks like you know there’s something disgusting about being black. So woke that they havecdisappeared up their own sphincter.

  41. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Interestingly, the teens I know instantly glaze over at the subject of our indigenes. They have had it rammed down their throats so much, they have turned off. They aren’t stupid.

    The teens at our local school have see “Rabbit Proof Fence” so many times, they couldn’t care less.

  42. None

    An early tradition was that Jesus when Jesus wrote in the dust he wrote the sins of each of the accusers.

    where is the source of this tradition? Apocryphal gospels? early sermons?

  43. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    The moves comes as Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has written to WA’s councils, asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

    Suppose “Blackboy Hill” on Greenmount will have to have the name changed.

  44. Rex Mango

    Wouldn’t the easiest way to debunk Pascoe’s thesis, be to challenge ole Bruce to produce the archeological remains of a pre-Eurropean stone building in Australia?

  45. None

    Dear Ben Wyatt. What’s wrong with being black, you demented cucumber.

  46. Mark from Melbourne

    Just ridiculous, did not appreciate the drumming at all on most pop music tracks until I saw this man play.

    You are – from that clip – extraordinarily easily impressed. My son, who plays bass for a crust, but dallied with drums for a couple of years, is not much worse.

    Mind you, the fact that there wasn’t a drum solo is a plus…

  47. Christopher Hitchens on Clinton:

    “Someone once accused me of trying to assassinate his character. I said, ‘No, your character committed suicide a long time ago.’”

    So his character shot itself twice in the back of the head, interesting.

  48. Perth Trader

    The word ‘black’ as used in the english language , comes from the meaning ‘dark or evil’ and dutch meaning ‘light or beacon’. WTF has this to do with aboriginals.

  49. Perth Trader

    Ben Wyatt has far to much time on his hands.

  50. Delta A

    Suppose “Blackboy Hill” on Greenmount will have to have the name changed.

    The truth is, they could change it to “Whiteboy Hill” and “Whiteboy Park” and nobody would give a rat’s.

    Too much pandering to the perpetually outraged.

  51. Geriatric Mayfly

    No where left to run from these hideous, reptilian bourgeois wimminzes.

    In an Afghan village, terrorists throw acid on little girls’ faces, poison their water, and hurl grenades into their classrooms to stop them from going to school. In an American office, some women are a little chilly. For first world radical feminists, the latter issue takes precedence, especially in the scorching summer heat. Yesterday, Atlantic staff writer Taylor Lorenz tweeted that air-conditioning is “unhealthy, bad, miserable, and sexist,” bringing attention to a feminist movement against air-conditioning. That’s right, a miraculous wonder of technology that allows people to settle in sweltering climates is now “an engine of the patriarchy.”

  52. Mater

    The moves comes as Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has written to WA’s councils, asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

    Perhaps a government sponsored competition to rename the Black Swan?

  53. Perth Trader

    Delta A….nah, change the name to ‘WHITE FELLAS PARK’….that will really get up there nose.

  54. Perth Trader

    ‘charcoal swan’?

  55. Roger

    where is the source of this tradition? Apocryphal gospels? early sermons?

    ‘Early sermons; I could probably locate the references if you;re really interested, None, although it will have to wait until tomorrow.

    Of course, they are not authoritative per se, but it could even have stemmed from oral tradition going back to the apostle John. The conciseness of the Gospels naturally led to much of this sort of commentary, but in this instance it seems plausible…what else would make the men drop their stones and depart the scene?

  56. thefrollickingmole

    Holy smoking shitbats batman they arent going easy on Epstein this time.

    Going for forfeiture of a number of properties and assets where he offended.

    Palm Beach and the NY properties.

    Pinched from instapundit, its the charge sheet for Epstein.

    https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6184408-U-S-v-Jeffrey-Epstein-Indictment.html

    Well worth a look.
    He also mentions the cops found hundreds/thousands of possibly underage images and some CDs when they did a search recently, thats not included in the charges yet.

    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6184560/7-8-19-US-Bail-Memo-Epstein.pdf
    Finally, despite having been previously convicted of a sex offense involving an underage
    victim, the defendant has continued to maintain a vast trove of lewd photographs of young-looking
    women or girls in his Manhattan mansion. In a search of the New York Residence on the night of
    his arrest, on July 6-7, 2019, pursuant to judicially-authorized warrants, law enforcement officers
    discovered not only specific evidence consistent with victim recollections of the inside of the
    mansion, further strengthening the evidence of the conduct charged in the Indictment, but also at
    least hundreds—and perhaps thousands—of sexually suggestive photographs of fully- or partiallynude females. While these items were only seized this weekend and are still being reviewed, some
    of the nude or partially-nude photographs appear to be of underage girls, including at least one girl
    who, according to her counsel, was underage at the time the relevant photographs were taken.
    Additionally, some of the photographs referenced herein were discovered in a locked safe, in which
    law enforcement officers also found compact discs with hand-written labels including the
    following: “Young [Name] + [Name],” “Misc nudes 1,” and “Girl pics nude.”
    The defendant, a
    registered sex offender, is not reformed, he is not chastened, he is not repentant;6
    rather, he is a
    continuing danger to the community and an individual who faces devastating evidence supporting
    deeply serious charges.

  57. P

    https://imgur.com/h1rXCVH
    with Rachel Chandler

    H/T theconservativetreehouse

  58. Frank

    She’s a lesbian who once used to date Weatherill

    not just once but actually conjugally co-habitated for quite some time

    Before or after gaining senate pre-selection? If before, how long did she stick around for after getting into parliament.

  59. John Constantine

    The Project Gutenberg EBook of Journal of an Overland Expedition in
    Australia, by Ludwig Leichhardt

    free

    https://www.gutenberg.org/files/5005/5005-h/5005-h.htm

    June 14.–We travelled nine miles north by west, to lat. 16 degrees 38 minutes. The box-tree flats were very extensive, and scattered over with small groves of the Acacia of Expedition Range. The narrow-leaved Ironbark had disappeared with the primitive rocks; the moment sandstone commenced, stringy-bark took its place. We passed some lagoons, crossed a good sized creek from the south-west, and saw a small lake in the distance. At the latter part of the stage the country became more undulating. The edges of the stiff shallows were densely covered with the sharp pointed structures of the white ants, about two or three feet high. They were quite as frequent at the upper part of the river, where I omitted to mention them. We saw a very interesting camping place of the natives, containing several two-storied gunyas, which were constructed in the following manner: four large forked sticks were rammed into the ground, supporting cross poles placed in their forks, over which bark was spread sufficiently strong and spacious for a man to lie upon; other sheets of stringy-bark were bent over the platform, and formed an arched roof, which would keep out any wet. At one side of these constructions, the remains of a large fire were observed, with many mussel-shells scattered about. All along the Lynd we had found the gunyas of the natives made of large sheets of stringy-bark, not however supported by forked poles, but bent, and both ends of the sheet stuck into the ground; Mr. Gilbert thought the two-storied gunyas were burial places; but we met with them so frequently afterwards, during our journey round the gulf, and it was frequently so evident that they had been recently inhabited, that no doubt remained of their being habitations of the living, and constructed to avoid sleeping on the ground during the wet season.

  60. Confused Old Misfit

    Sorry – that link didn’t work as planned.
    Real drummers.
    https://youtu.be/94m1VJ7-P80

  61. P

    Real drummers.

    I give you Joe Morello, old and blind

  62. cohenite

    The edges of the stiff shallows were densely covered with the sharp pointed structures of the white ants, about two or three feet high. They were quite as frequent at the upper part of the river, where I omitted to mention them. We saw a very interesting camping place of the natives, containing several two-storied gunyas, which were constructed in the following manner: four large forked sticks were rammed into the ground, supporting cross poles placed in their forks, over which bark was spread sufficiently strong and spacious for a man to lie upon; other sheets of stringy-bark were bent over the platform, and formed an arched roof, which would keep out any wet.

    Maybe the ants built them.

    I still think the answer is aboriginal activists are made to exist as their ancestors did; and while we’re at it alarmists can only source renewable power; if there’s none as there isn’t 80% of the time they go with out.

  63. thefrollickingmole

    A laugh for anybody delighting in persecutors of dead sea pedestrians getting what they deserve, good, hard and instantly.

    Lots of popups but worth the watch for a LOL moment.

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/moment-white-supremacist-engulfed-flames-17479751

  64. Roger

    Suppose “Blackboy Hill” on Greenmount will have to have the name changed.

    I knew a part aboriginal fella back in the ’80s who liked to tell this true story for a laugh at his own expense (and I can’t do his live delivery justice):

    He was visiting a new (white) friend when the friend’s parents arrived, cordial introductions were made and all sat down, whereupon new friend’s dad called to son, now in the kitchen making cups of tea:

    “So, where’d you get the black boy?”

    “What?”

    “The new black boy, where’d you get ‘im from?”

    Aboriginal bloke squirms, saying to himself, “What?! I can’t believe this is happening. I gotta get out of here?”

    “Oh, yeah”, son replies, “got it at the nursery on Fairfield Road.”

    He’d planted a new Xanthorrhoea in the front garden since the parents’ last visit.

  65. Top Ender

    Only in the Territory Department. From the NT News:

    Python play’s perilous

    CHILDREN taunted by a woman with a non-venomous snake could still have been seriously wounded if bitten, the Department of Parks and wildlife says.

    An olive python was confiscated from a drunk woman on Sunday night who was using the reptile to “tease” children.

    NT Police said they were called to a Marrakai St home about 6pm, where the woman was found harassing the children with the eight-foot reptile.

    Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture acting director wildlife operations Peter Ross said a bite from the reptile could still have sent the children to hospital.

    “While pythons are not venomous, this behaviour could lead to a potential bite resulting in infection and/or the need for a tetanus injection,” he said.

    Mr Ross said it was irresponsible to be handling such wildlife without experience and while intoxicated

    “Only people with experience in handling wildlife should do so,” she said.

    “Handling any wildlife under the influence of drugs and alcohol, or without experience, also increases the risk of wrongly identifying what specific species the animal is, which could result in far greater consequences than infection.”

    NTPFES Northern Watch commander Lee Morgan said the woman “claimed the python was a pet that belonged to a family member”.

    “However as no permit could be produced, police contacted an animal welfare officer who attended and collected the snake,” he said.

    Think I might stay in Germany. Less loons here, although I’ve just left the ship’s lounge to get away from a glass-blowing expert who gave us his entire heavily accented life story while blowing a bit of glass.

  66. John Constantine

    the natives had surrounded the water-hole on which we encamped with a barricade or hedge of dry sticks, leaving only one opening to allow the emus to approach the water. Near this the natives probably kept themselves concealed and waited for the emus; which in these parts were remarkably numerous. On the 11th, John, Charley, and Brown, rode down three birds, and, on the 14th, they obtained four more, two of which were killed by John Murphy, who rode the fleetest horse and was the lightest weight. The possibility of riding emus down, clearly showed in what excellent condition our horses were. Even our bullocks although foot-weary upon arriving at the camp, recovered wonderfully, and played about like young steers in the grassy shady bed of the creek, lifting their tails, scratching the ground with their fore feet, and shaking their horns at us, as if to say, we’ll have a run before you catch us.

    Poking sticks into mud to form an emu trap at a waterhole, or a fish trap in the water isn’t high tech but works. Dunno why woven dilly bags and nets and stick-in-mud traps and bark humpy wurlies are being treated as such cutting edge discoveries in old journals.

    Not long ago, most houses would have half a shelf of Ion Idriess books telling frontier yarns of tribal life and these things were familiar.

  67. Confused Old Misfit

    Thank you P!

  68. John Constantine

    The river was about two hundred yards broad, with sleep banks intersected by deep gullies. Two tea-tree creeks, which entered it at the point where our examination stopped, contained fresh water in the upper part of their short courses. We crossed the river by a rocky bar, and, below it, was another, on which the natives had erected a rude wall of stone, for catching fish. The upper bar was not covered even by the tide; but, above it, the water although very bitter, was not salt. We found here the carcase of a crocodile; and the skull of another was found near our camp at Cycas Creek. After crossing the river, we followed down its left bank to the lower ford, in order to find some fresh water, and at last came to a small tea-tree gully with two pools of water, near which some natives were encamped; there were, however, only two very old men in the camp at the time, who, on seeing us, began to chaunt their incantations. We were too anxious to examine the water to stand upon ceremony, and, when they saw us approach, they retired across the river to their friends, who were probably occupied at no great distance in collecting the seeds of Pandanus and Cycas. In the camp, we observed Cycas seeds sliced and drying on the ground; and some Pandanus seeds soaking in large vessels; emu bones were lying in the ashes, and the feet of the emu were rolled up and concealed between the tea-tree bark of the hut. A small packet contained red ochre to colour their bodies, and larger packets contained soaked Cycas seeds, which seemed to be undergoing fermentation. They were of a mealy substance, and harmless; but had a musty taste and smell, resembling that of the common German cheese. There was also a very large stone tomahawk made of greenstone; and some fans of emu feathers.

    In returning, we chased and shot an emu.

  69. RobK

    TE,
    Think I might stay in Germany. Less loons here,
    Don’t set yourself up for disappointment.

  70. Tailgunner

    Ghilaine Maxwell, his friend involved in this is the daughter of Mossad Agent Robert Maxwell.
    Satanic pedo mega conspiracy? Who could have guessed where it would lead back to?
    Those rascals.
    Epstein is about to have a nasty accident. Over/under on a barbell to the throat?

  71. Notafan

    Which rascals do you mean gunner?

    As for Maxwell being a member of Mossad, not that there is anything wrong with that, you keep good company.

    George Galloway being one of those who used parliamentary privilege to voice that allegation.

  72. Cassie of Sydney

    “Satanic pedo mega conspiracy?”

    Tailgunner makes Alex Jones look normal.

  73. C.L.

    Dover’s comment of the month; also deserves LQ status and a bump to the main page …

    Re Penny Wong’s comment,

    I wish that we could have more expressions of love and forgiveness rather than condemnation when it came to belief,” she said.

    I have to say I’m heartily sick of these banal yet moralistic interventions which are treated by the media as Beatitudes delivered by a towering intellect. It also inverts reality. There is no more condemnatory public figure at the moment than a Leftist near a microphone, and there is nothing more harassed than a white Westerner. Accused of racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, vampirism of other cultures, and so on. There isn’t a day that goes by that we are told not to smoke, drink alcohol, eat this or that food, drive a car, and so on, by some leftist soy boy or girl that hates their patrimony but lives on its ever-shrinking capital.
    It also inverts the reality of present-day Christianity which is too scared to say boo in the culture war even to defend its doctrines and teachings, and largely engages in saccharine-like remark such as ‘Who am I to judge?’, a remark that is frankly an abdication given that he is entrusted with the keys by Christ.

    Love and forgiveness must have an edge; to forgive an unrepentant sinner is not to love them, nor is agreeing with their actions. What Wong really wants is capitulation and surrender.

  74. Notafan

    Interesting. Galloway won a libel claim against the daily mail in 2004 but in 2007 the telegraph was publishing stories about his foundation taking large sums from Safamd regime.

    more on Galloway

  75. cohenite

    Great, this MDB spat is heating up with some academics changing in a non-peer reviewed way their previous peer reviewed conclusions about fresh water and sea water:

    SA researchers changed Murray Darling Basin Plan science

    Peter Hunt The Weekly Times July 3, 2019

    The science behind the Murray Darling Basin Plan is based on the work of three South Australian researchers who altered their past findings to back the claim the state’s Lake Alexandrina has been fresh for the past 7000 years. In a crucial 22-page 2009 report to the South Australian Government, the Adelaide researchers stated: “There is no evidence in the 7000-year record of substantial marine incursions into Lake Alexandrina”.

    The 2009 report, which was not peer-reviewed, formed the foundation of the South Australian Government’s argument the lake must be kept fresh, which was eventually enshrined as a key ­objective of the 2012 Murray Darling Basin Plan — to always keep salinity in the lake at less than 1500EC (seawater is about 50,000EC).

    More than 1.74 million megalitres has been flushed down the Murray River over the past 12 months to help keep the massive 64,900ha Lake Alexandrina brimming with fresh water, frustrating many upstream irrigators.

    Yet the basis for keeping the lake fresh is based on ­University of Adelaide researchers Jennie Fluin, her husband John Tibby and Deborah Haynes’ 2009 report, which altered their original 2007 research findings, diminishing the impact of seawater on the lake.

    In their original 2007 peer-­reviewed research in the journal Hydrobiologia, the group, along with two other scientists, examined the silica skeletons of differing algal species preserved in lake sediments, called diatoms, which indicate salinity levels over the past 7000 years.

    The 2007 research concluded:

    “The presence of (diatom species) Thalassiosira lacustris, Cyclotella striata and Paralia sulcata indicate marine influence at this time.

    “The change in diatom community (after 5000 years BP) is likely to represent a decrease in lake level and increased penetration of seawater, possibly associated with the variable, dry climate.”

    But when quoting this same research in their 2009 report to the SA Government the three scientists state:

    “The presence of Thalassiosira lacustris, Cyclotella striata and Paralia sulcate indicate minor marine influence at this time.

    “The change in diatom community is likely to represent a decrease in lake level and increased penetration of more brackish water, possibly associated with the variable, dry climate.”

    One of the five authors of the original 2007 paper, Federation University Professor Peter Gell, has condemned the changes and published a critique that has been peer-reviewed and just been published in CSIRO’s Journal of Pacific Conservation Biology.

    “The terms ‘minor’ and ‘brackish’ serve to diminish the role of the ocean as a source of lake water salinity,” Prof Gell said.

    He said Lake Alexandrina “was always an estuary and could not be defined as predominantly fresh until construction of the barrages”, which were completed in 1940 to stop seawater intruding into the lake.

    The gang of 3 are doubling down and saying they’re right.

  76. Roger

    I have to say I’m heartily sick of these banal yet moralistic interventions which are treated by the media as Beatitudes delivered by a towering intellect.

    Mao Tse Wong.

  77. Mother Lode

    asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

    The scourge of inappropriateness keeps me awake at night.

    Anyway, Wyatt is talking about inappropriate landmarks.

    Why don’t they rename it from Blackboy Park to Blackboy Reserve?

    Or Blackboy Big Area Covered In Grass Maintained by The Whitefella’s Custom?

  78. zyconoclast

    Elon Musk and electric cars: Why Tesla ‘has a problem appealing to women’

    Jane Reed, a special education advocate in Indianapolis, calls herself an “old hippie” who cares about the environment and likes the idea of electric cars.

    But she’s not ready to buy a Tesla or any other electric car at this point.

    And in that respect, she’s not alone. Women are notably less likely than men to buy EVs.

    “No offense to men – because I love you guys dearly – but when it comes to buying a car, women are a little more practical when looking at those needs than men are,” said Reed, who drives a Kia Soul throughout the state of Indiana for her job. “I think we tend to look at Tesla more as toys.”

  79. Nob

    John Constantine
    #3101184, posted on July 9, 2019 at 6:58 pm
    the natives had erected a rude wall of stone, for catching fish.

    This henceforth must be referred to as “aquaculture” , shortly thereafter as “technology” inevitably leading to “complex indigenous civilisation” .

    UNESCO heritage awaits.

    Comrade.

  80. Nob

    Perth Trader
    #3101130, posted on July 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm
    From Todays West. Aust. A northern suburbs council will consider renaming one of its green spaces from “Blackboy Park” for being “politically incorrect”.

    The moves comes as Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has written to WA’s councils, asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

    Wyattfella is wyattsplaining.

  81. zyconoclast

    Looks like he crashed out of the space flight as well.

    Africa’s first black ‘Afronaut’, Mandla Maseko, dies in road accident before maiden mission

    Mr Maseko became known as an “Afronaut” and was an inspiration to many South Africans when he won an international competition to get a place in the Axe Apollo Space Academy. He spent a week in training at the United States’ Kennedy Space Centre in 2015.

    The budding astronaut,…

    Although the space flight did not take place, Mr Maseko was still trying.

    He was working as a part-time DJ and was a candidate officer in the South African air force,

  82. zyconoclast

    Virginia dad fires 39 shots at naked ‘devil’ who broke into family’s home on first night living there: report

    A Virginia dad on Thursday fired 39 warning shots and brawled with a naked woman who called herself “the devil” after she allegedly broke into the family’s home on their first night living there, according to reports.

    A female suspect who was naked and with blue hair in a ponytail broke into the family’s home and refused to leave, telling them: “I’m the devil,” WRIC reported.

  83. max

    Trump needs to go to Congress and try for a declaration of war on Iran. They are gonna get the bomb and nothing else will stop them.

  84. Eyrie

    JC
    #3101030, posted on July 9, 2019 at 3:49 pm

    Eyrie
    #3100767, posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:42 am
    “Why would we want 2-3% inflation?”
    Exactly. So they are only robbing 2 to 3% of your ready cash per year. Wonderful. It is only stealing a little bit
    so it isn’t STEALING, stealing.
    JC sounds like a neo Keynesian.
    Abolish the Reserve!

    To achieve what eggsactly?

    So the cost of borrowing finds its real free market value instead of being decided by government fiat/planning/or lack thereof.
    Are you some kind of communist?

  85. zyconoclast

    I read elsewhere this solution will stop the climate disaster by about 20 years

    How trees could save the climate

    Around 0.9 billion hectares of land worldwide would be suitable for reforestation, which could ultimately capture two thirds of human-made carbon emissions. The Crowther Lab of ETH Zurich has published a study in the journal Science that shows this would be the most effective method to combat climate change.

    Reforest an area the size of the USA

  86. zyconoclast

    The French doing more work that Australian won’t.

    SUEZ signs MOU bringing smart cities expertise to Aerotropolis

    Resource management company SUEZ has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Western City & Aerotropolis Authority to help bring its global capabilities in world’s best practice resource management, smart city and energy solutions to the Western Parkland City.

    The Aerotropolis which is adjacent to the new $5.3b Western Sydney International Airport,

  87. Diogenes

    Interestingly, the teens I know instantly glaze over at the subject of our indigenes. They have had it rammed down their throats so much, they have turned off. They aren’t stupid.

    One of the year 10s at the end of the of the ‘welcome’ at one assembly earlier this year let out a loud, frustrated -amen! – I pretended not to know who did it 🙂

    On the grapevine there is a story about school proposing to change ‘young and free’ in the Australian National Dirge to ‘strong & free’ to be more ‘inclusive’ – idea shot down in flames by a parent who said you want inclusive – so lets do inclusive, something along the lines of

    Australians all, let us rejoice whatabout non Australians who live here/people with depression
    for we are young and free ageist / whatabout prisoners (strong – whatabout the disabled with cerebral palsy or MD)
    with golden soil and wealth for toil the dirt is pretty red around here/ whatabout those who work hard for the minimum wage
    our home is girt by sea – I don’t know what a girt is , but it can’t be good
    etc etc

  88. P

    Delta A, it is indeed good news to see you here again.

    Surge ahead Delta in all your endeavours. You have shown that you are capable of mounting the hurdles of life. I reckon that this is due to your faith in God and His promises for this world and the next, and with the help and support of ‘the best man’.
    In admiration of the courage you have shown, I extend my best wishes and prayers for your future.

  89. cohenite

    Gawd bolta is a cuck; he attacks Malcolm Roberts for supporting stages 1 & 2 of the tax cuts but not 3. Roberts says they abstained because they wanted all the tax cuts now. Roberts then belts bolta with facts about the MDB scheme while the LNP stooge James Patterson squirms and mutters about environmental flows being a bilateral supported issue.

    If Roberts can maintain the pace and forces the press to cover him he should do some damage to the unity party.

  90. John Constantine

    EMERGENCY services were called to an electrical fault at the Mortlake Power Station when one of two generating units was extensively damaged.

    An Origin Energy spokeswoman said a generating unit at the Mortlake Power Station experienced an electrical fault early on Monday morning.

    She said an explosion did not occur.

    “The generating unit’s fire detection system activated and the local CFA unit attended the site,” she said.

    “Operational control was handed back to Origin at approximately 8.30 am.

    “Origin is undertaking an investigation to determine when the unit can be returned to service.”

    It could take up to six months for the generating unit to return to capacity.

    Mortlake is a gas-fired power station comprising two generating units each of 292 MW.

    One generating unit remains available for the market.

    The power station provides up to three per cent of the state’s power needs.

    It is the largest gas-fired power station in Victoria.

  91. Whalehunt Fun

    A Virginia dad on Thursday fired 39 warning shots and brawled with a naked woman who called herself “the devil” after she allegedly broke into the family’s home on their first night living there, according to reports.

    He should have used one silver bullet. Everyone knows this.

  92. cohenite

    I read elsewhere this solution will stop the climate disaster by about 20 years

    What disaster?

  93. zyconoclast

    Progressing Reconciliation through Indigenous Partnerships within Australian Water Utilities

    As part of implementing Barwon Water’s Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan, Barwon Water is now working with Traditional Owners to explore incorporating aspects of ‘Caring for Country’ principles and practices into current work practices and service provision through the development of a ‘Caring for Country’ plan. ‘Caring for Country’ can be understood generally as Indigenous peoples’ approaches to land and water management. At its
    core, ‘Caring for Country’ rests on the principle that ‘if you look after the , the country will look after you’ (Weir et al., 2011).

    Cultural corridors. Access to land could potentially be extended to include the region’s waterways as cultural zones. Activities within these areas could include a return to aquaculture and historical agricultural practices, noting that Water for Victoria has a stated aim of increasing Aboriginal access to water for economic development. This in turn could lead to education and tourism opportunities, selling produce from aquaculture or irrigated farming (potentially also from recycled water) to supply burgeoning indigenous food products market.

    Traditional practices in Higher Education. A return of aquaculture and indigenous agricultural practices in utility operated or managed areas could represent an opportunity for University, High-School or Gordon TAFE students, as well as Community groups to learn from Traditional Owners

  94. zyconoclast

    Lobbyist Says U.S. Critics Are ‘Racist’ for Opposing Stealth Transfer of Millennials’ Jobs to Indian Migrants

    Lobbyists working for thousands of Indian contract workers are promising to overwhelm GOP Sen. Rand Paul’s opposition to a bill which puts many Indian temporary workers on a fast-track to permanent green cards.

  95. zyconoclast

    A music and arts festival in Detroit is charging fans different prices depending on their skin colour.

    The organisers of the AfroFuture Fest, set for 3-4 August, are charging lower rates for tickets bought by “people of colour” than for “non-people of colour”.

    Early bird tickets for “POC” were $10 and $20 for “Non-POC”.

    There were also some “POC” tickets which were free but they have now sold out.

    Later date pricing offers “POC” tickets for $20 and “Non-POC” tickets for $40.

    It was not immediately clear what the method was for confirming race and identity of ticket purchasers.

  96. custard

    My apologies in advance for not being across the Epstein issue.

    Could someone help me here.

    Is this all related to muddling the waters in regards to Russia, Trumpster, Hillary etc. ?

  97. John Constantine

    concerning the ideal salinity range for a highly endangered estuary fish , “To add injury to insult, one of the last threatened species of fish on the earth called the Murray Hardyhead (Craterocephalus fluviatilis) who used to live all through the lower Murray prefers ECs of 12000 EC. By maintaining the lakes at 1500, the basin plan is condemning it to extinction. ARI has recently done the research to show this. Under the plan this should be illegal as it has a mandate of no net loss of species. But you know what does love ECs of 1500, Carp, and there is estimated to be millions of them in the lower lakes. Raising the EC would kill them off and allow Murray Hardyhead to thrive. Now that would be a basin plan outcome “

    Millions of Carp have a massive new breeding ground thanks to our unswerving compliance to dumping australias irrigation water unused into a saltwater estuary.

  98. Mark A

    custard
    #3101220, posted on July 9, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    My apologies in advance for not being across the Epstein issue.

    Could someone help me here.

    Is this all related to muddling the waters in regards to Russia, Trumpster, Hillary etc. ?

    As far as I can gather, nothing sordid as that.
    Just a bit of fondness for activity involving underage participants.

  99. John Constantine

    https://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=15345

    Mulloway, not carp, belong in the Murray River’s estuary

    The barrages dammed the estuary and the artificial lake now sits almost 1 metre above sea level and covers an area of about 650 km² (250 mi²). This artificial lake is so vast that you can’t see from one side to the other, and it evaporates the equivalent of about two Sydney Harbour’s full of freshwater each year. It is full of carp, a pest fish introduced from Europe.

    Before the barrages were built mulloway, Agyrosomus japonicas, were a mainstay of the local fishery. Milang, a little port on the shores of Lake Alexandrina was home to a hundred mulloway fishermen who routinely sent off several hundred tons of fish to the Adelaide and Melbourne fish markets. Back then the central basin of the wave-dominated barrier estuary was sometimes full of freshwater and sometimes full of salty water, the nature of the mix depended on the tides, the winds and Murray River flows.

  100. Cassie of Sydney

    “Just a bit of fondness for activity involving underage participants.”

    I call that “fondness” pretty sordid.

  101. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Navy sailor pleads guilty to indecent exposure after drunken night out
    Campbell Gellie, The Daily Telegraph
    July 9, 2019 4:00pm
    Subscriber only

    A drunken sailor has embarrassed his Navy family by exposing his penis and asking a fellow serviceman “who’s bigger” before kissing him.

    Lieutenant Jarrod Chesher’s career was saved on Monday when an Australian Defence Force magistrate decided not to dismiss him after a court martial hearing on the HMAS Watson in Watsons Bay.

    The 30-year-old lieutenant was instead fined $8239 and his career set back three years.

    Lt Chesher pleaded guilty to indecent exposure in a public place and assault for an incident in Hobart on February 22.

    First the clearance divers, now “an officer and a gentleman?”

  102. Mark A

    “Just a bit of fondness for activity involving underage participants.”

    I call that “fondness” pretty sordid.

    So would I but I think my feeble attempt at being sarc. misfired.
    NVM, I try harder next time, or not.

  103. cohenite

    Progressing Reconciliation through Indigenous Partnerships within Australian Water Utilities

    This is getting out of hand.

  104. vlad

    The moves comes as Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has written to WA’s councils, asking them to look at changing the names of racist or inappropriate landmarks and places.

    I’ll save them some time – someone will be stupid enough to say it eventually – and say it for them that Australia itself obviously has to be renamed because Latin is racist and blah blah blah blah, southern implies White perspective blah blah blah.

  105. John Constantine

    When will their abc trot off to their turnfailure to give the billion dollar bully pulpit to the man whose total and craven capitulation to the transnational treaty cost the nation countless billions and killed the communities of the Murray Darling?.

    Comrades?.

    We have come too far to turn back now, their left announce.

    The electoral redistribution, the destruction of settler irrigation farms, the replacement of capitalist agriculture with socialist welfare….. all a permanent victory for their abc and their left.

    Comrades.

  106. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Progressing Reconciliation through Indigenous Partnerships within Australian Water Utilities

    This is getting out of hand.

    I’m considering the probability of a group of faux Aborigines, somewhere, is laughing loudly at the fact that gullible whitefella fell for this one.

  107. Cassie of Sydney

    “Mark A
    #3101228, posted on July 9, 2019 at 8:23 pm
    “Just a bit of fondness for activity involving underage participants.”

    I call that “fondness” pretty sordid.

    So would I but I think my feeble attempt at being sarc. misfired.
    NVM, I try harder next time, or not.”

    Sorry for jumping down your throat….I am touch sensitive about these things.

  108. Notafan

    Laughing all the way to the bank.

    Iirc the indigenous partnership employee at one of the Melbourne water boards in a Torres strait Islander.

    How does that work?

    paper on indigenous partnership with Barwon water.

  109. feelthebern

    Epstein being a US intelligence asset has been speculated for a long time but routinely denied, discredited.
    The only part of the story that gives that speculation any credibility is how Epstein got his initial dosh.

  110. feelthebern

    If Comey didn’t try to Hoover Trump & get fired because of it, we would never have known that FBI head’s still tried that shit on.

  111. stackja

    Snowy 0.5 was started in 1770?

  112. P

    “I did not have sex with that woman, Ms Lewinsky.”

    I have found in life that once a liar, always a liar, but I forever live in hope that I’m wrong.

  113. feelthebern

    I’d go short Alex Jones reaching 50.

  114. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Swiss air force aerobatic team accidentally fly over the wrong festival and interrupt yodelling contest after getting lost

    The Patrouille Suisse squadron was due to fly over Langenbruck on Saturday
    But the pilots went off course and flew over a yodelling showpiece by mistake
    The Swiss defence ministry said they were distracted by a helicopter in the area

    Daily Mail

  115. Knuckle Dragger

    Well, I’ll tell you what.

    This isn’t my first rodeo, and I’ve been around the block a few times but today I have learned something I will carry with me – nay, will live inside me like a recalcitrant tapeworm (eeewww) for the rest of my days.

    And that is that somewhere in this wide brown land, there are at least two people that have porked Penny Wong.

    On purpose.

  116. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘One doesn’t shave ‘down there’, on depilates.

    Shaving ‘down there’ is for losers. Waxing is the go.

  117. John Constantine

    The environment now owns 28% of high security and general security water licences in the southern Basin. That’s 28% less water allocated for irrigation each year, or 2000 billion litres on average. Nuts, cotton etc can only expand if dairy, rice etc use less from this 28% smaller pool. They all fight this out on the water market – no wonder prices are surging.

  118. Black Ball

    Notafan, I imagine the lady in question will be on 100k. Nice work if you can get it. FMD.
    Now excuse me whilst I appropriate white culture by finishing roast pork with a Coors refreshment. Whilst watching Supertruckers. Love the logistics side of things which of course was adopted from Aboriginal people of course, like everything else it seems. 🤔

  119. mh

    None
    #3101027, posted on July 9, 2019 at 3:48 pm
    Shaving your pubes is designed to make you look like a prepubescent mh. It is also a trend that was started by gay p*** which is notoriously vicious in its portrayal of women as is all palm. If you also want to know why so much high-end fashion and fashion models looks like it’s designed for lollipop heads with no boobs and no hips it’s because most of the designers are gay men (EG Karl Lagerfeld recently deceased of Chanel) who have no idea about a woman’s body, try to make it look like a male body and treat women like shit ( hello Karl Lagerfeld recently deceased of Chanel again). Some women might be stupid enough to play that game and vain shallow men might find such women attractive but the overwhelming majority of the world knows the game.

    None, if Emily Ratajkowski had a full bush I would find her just as attractive.

  120. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    A retired jockey died when she fell onto an eco-friendly metal drinking straw which pierced through her eye and into her brain, an inquest has heard. Elena Struthers-Gardner, 60, suffered horrific brain injuries in the freak accident at her home in Broadstone, Poole, Dorset on November 22.

  121. zyconoclast

    my apologies Torres Strait Papuan who has always lived in Melbourne

    Location for work is a fluid thing

    CBD Melbourne: Robert’s office ambition wears thin

    When we revealed last week that Government Services Minister Stuart Robert had decided to base his ministerial office in Melbourne rather than in Queensland where he lives, we speculated that one of the only plausible reasons would be proximity to NDIS headquarters.

    But the NDIS HQ is located in Geelong, an hour’s drive away from his ministerial desk

    So what to make of the fact that his NDIS advisor, Garry Simpson, works out of Adelaide?
    Simpson, we hear, is telling people wanting to meet with him to discuss the multibillion-dollar insurance scheme that he is available only in the City of Churches.

    Meanwhile, Robert’s press team is being led by former Newgate spinner James Larsson who lives in Brisbane.

  122. Black Ball

    Ahahahahah and Jack Silvagni, who wouldn’t get a game for the local club here, suddenly is on the road to stardom after 53 games of abject ineptitude. According to Gerard Healy and Paul Roos.

  123. John Constantine

    https://www.reuters.com/article/austria-glyphosate/austria-set-to-be-first-eu-country-to-ban-all-uses-of-weedkiller-glyphosate-idUSL8N2432LA

    If the greenfilth had have grasped power, roundup would be banned in Australia by christmas.

    As it is, it could take another couple of years or so for photios and the turnbullites to get around to banning it.

  124. Knuckle Dragger

    Apropos of the crikkit:

    1. New Zealandland will be lucky to make 200 at the rate they’re going.

    2. The NSW U15 cricketers today, mostly a bunch of Sydney sooks with about a million bucks’ worth of personal gear between them contained a young feller by the name of Lee. Brett Lee’s young bloke in fact. He’s only 12 turning 13, but playing with and against the other almost 16 year olds, who are generally six foot or thereabouts.

    He’s a batsman and came in at No. 4. Very impressive, although the opposition found out who he was and some excellent Lee-related sledging (without a hint of malice, mind) resulted.

    Highlights included Bollywood references, much commentary on how the bowlers were quicker than his Dad bowled to him in the backyard, lots of fielders loudly asking each other ‘what would Brett Lee do here?’, asking him how his Dad’s band was going and could they be in the band, and [my personal favourite] ‘How many Weetbix do YOU eat?’

    Tough little bugger though. Grifted out 40 or so in 60 b#lls on a decent pitch with his team in strife. And he would have heard it all before, and far worse than he got today. Crushing handshake from the bloke at the end of proceedings, too.

  125. EvilElvis

    None, if Emily Ratajkowski had a full bush I would find her just as attractive.

    A pube in the teeth is worth two in the bush?

  126. feelthebern

    Is that the kid that Alan Jones & Brett Lee had?

  127. Mitch M.

    I have to say I’m heartily sick of these banal yet moralistic interventions …

    That is our secularists feel when religionists pronounce hell and damnation on those who do not follow their ways.

  128. Notafan

    Black Ball

    I’m struggling to imagine what exactly the ‘work’ is.

  129. Knuckle Dragger

    Jack Silvagni. Jeebus.

    No offence son, but trade off the family name while you can, ‘cos you won’t last as long as Serge, and certainly not as long as Steve.

  130. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    And that is that somewhere in this wide brown land, there are at least two people that have porked Penny Wong.

    On purpose.

    Curse you, Knuckle Dragger……

  131. Mitch M.

    COULD SUPPLEMENTS DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD?
    Pharmacological targeting of IDO-mediated tolerance for treating autoimmune disease.
    Administration of NAD precursors rescued entire mental hospitals of dementia patients literally overnight in the 1930’s …
    Thus pharmacological doses of NAD precursors (nicotinic acid/niacin, nicotinamide/niacinamide, or nicotinamide riboside) should be considered as potentially essential to the therapeutic success of any IDO-inducing regimen for treating autoimmune diseases.

  132. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘NDIS HQ is located in Geelong’

    Perfect. Just perfect.

  133. Leigh Lowe

    Knuckle Dragger

    #3101262, posted on July 9, 2019 at 9:49 pm

    Jack Silvagni. Jeebus.

    No offence son, but trade off the family name while you can, ‘cos you won’t last as long as Serge, and certainly not as long as Steve.

    Genetic glacial level slowness of the legs baked into the DNA.
    Dad and grandpa played in an era where the pace of the game and boggy tracks allowed them to get away with it.
    Grandson exposed.

  134. Black Ball

    Well nota I imagine there would be a lot of meetings, er, um, community consultation etc etc. Thinking that any recommendations would be rejected outright by a thinking government body, but we are governed by Daniel Andrews so gawd help us.

  135. P

    ‘One doesn’t shave ‘down there’, on depilates.

    Shaving ‘down there’ is for losers. Waxing is the go.

    In this matter you are boring.

    As a trainee nurse back at the beginning of the ’60s, for nine months almost ever day in my then role of ‘treatment nurse’ in a women’s public surgical ward in a large Sydney hospital I had one full shave.
    It was only a problem when one particular surgeon would send the patient back from theatre to the ward if he found just one hair. It made us nurses very nervous when preparing for surgery one of the said surgeon’s patients.

    As treatment nurse, having your head between women’s legs for most mornings was not an enjoyable experience.

  136. Gab

    That is our secularists feel when religionists pronounce hell and damnation on those who do not follow their ways*.

    I’m sorry you’ve had that experience. No one can judge whether another will go to Heaven or hell. There is only one judge who has the authority to do that. What a sensible and ordered Christian would do is, out of charity (which is love for another’s well-being), explain why a person ought to follow Christ’s way *(not “their way”) and explain the repercussions and consequences of not doing so and then leave it up to you to choose once you have all the information.

  137. Ellie

    And this is only the bikini line.
    Wax rules over shaving. Embrace the pain, ladies.

  138. Boambee John

    Notafan at 2051

    How does that work?

    The Hyacinth Bucket principle. Keeping up appearances. As long as the skin us a bit dark, it doesn’t matter if the designee is a local indigene or a TSI, a tick can be put in the relevant box.

  139. Knuckle Dragger

    Anyone that thinks waxing hurts is kidding themselves.

  140. feelthebern

    If the woman tells the man to de-forest, the man should take care of business.
    Or leave the woman.
    Pretty simple.

  141. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘having your head between women’s legs most mornings was not an enjoyable experience.’

    But oh, how we danced.

  142. Bruce in WA

    When I was working, I had to change texts from “blackboys” to “spear grass”.

    Within just a couple of years, that became racist and we had to use “Xanthorrea”.

    And of course no-one new what the hell we were talking about …

  143. None

    Of course you would mh and of course you would be so proud of your teen daughter, sister and mum dressing like an arse clown https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcRjuA6o89ss8iZGUDYRm_UU8P8JQ7IApBVBsA-Y-Gp5wJwaPWLa

  144. feelthebern

    Who’s mum is that none?

  145. None

    Xanthorrea sounds like a diarrhoea of blondeness

  146. Bruce in WA

    Xanthorrea sounds like a diarrhoea of blondeness

    😀 😀 😀

  147. egg_

    She’s a lesbian who once used to date Weatherill

    You can’t be serious. That is disgusting.

    The lesbian bit pales in comparison.

  148. None

    That’s your teen sister feelthebeen.

  149. feelthebern

    I feel like I’ve missed the start of a joke & it’s too late to get it.

  150. dover_beach

    That is our secularists feel when religionists pronounce hell and damnation on those who do not follow their ways.

    I know. You can’t read the paper or listen to the radio or watch the TV or surf the web without being scolded by some religionist pronouncing hell and damnation.

  151. Dave in Marybrook

    Wong chap used to “date” Weatherill?
    Does that word still mean what I think it does?

  152. Zyconoclast

    In case you missed the P&G The Look advert

    https://youtu.be/E_OBcnUU1zE

  153. None

    Knuckle Dragger

    #3101265, posted on July 9, 2019 at 9:51 pm

    ‘NDIS HQ is located in Geelong’

    Perfect. Just perfect.

    Bingo. As predicted, Ahmed.

  154. mh

    None, a full bush would NOT suit that bikini bottom.

    That I admit.

  155. Knuckle Dragger

    Clearly, FTB, I’ll have to spell it out for you.

    Gay porn damages women. Worst thing in the world for chicks.

    Duh.

  156. Shy Ted

    It’s a well known fact that Abori ginal dancers invented many dances including the tango. That’s why it’s rude to ask them “where did the tan go?”

  157. None

    Yes Dave, Wong used to bonk Weatherill. In house speciak. It is a truism that at any given point in time every person in the Labor party has humped at least three of their colleagues. I do not lie when I call Labor incestuous. Good grief Shorten even bonked Nicola Roxon.

  158. feelthebern

    Now I’m more confused than ever.

  159. Knuckle Dragger

    I feel your pain, bern.

    We all do.

  160. None

    mh – a man who finds a woman trying to emulate a prepubescent girl attractive really needs to think about why he finds that attractive

  161. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    It is a truism that at any given point in time every person in the Labor party has humped at least three of their colleagues.

    Julia Gilliard, anyone?

  162. areff

    It’s not just gals who shave their pubes. NBehold, Nick Riewoldt, manly man, with a close friend:

    https://www.google.com/search?channel=crow&q=nick+riewoldt+naked&tbm=isch&source=univ&client=firefox-b-d&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiazKSS6afjAhUZ7XMBHXYXBJoQsAR6BAgJEAE&biw=1010&bih=557#imgrc=hRnAh6n4PEPRJM:

    Full disclosure: I’ve been given a tonsuring downstairs and it was one of life’s more memorable experiences.

    Try it, None, you’ll like it. Some Cat will volunteer with the suds and strop.

  163. Muddy

    Good to see we’re all happy, depilated friends again.

  164. mh

    I wonder if Cuban women de-forest or are they really stuck in the 1970’s?

    Dr BG, once you have finished breakfast can you let us know the status of Maria and Yanet. I’m guessing Brazil would have an influence on Cuban women.

  165. egg_

    In Numpty’s version of the Bible, he is the hero.

    Numbers* being a book in The Bible.

    The Life of Brian Bob.

    *“In the Wilderness”, figures.

  166. Knuckle Dragger

    Damn straight, areff.

    Very popular with the ladeees, too.

  167. Dave in Marybrook

    None-
    “date” is one’s arsehole.
    And careful with the pre-p theme, lest we start debating whether a man shaving their chin is of a piece with femmes shaving their armpits.
    Nice work with your ALP incest truism tho- there’s a Liberty Quote for sure.

  168. Muddy

    I’m guessing Brazil would have an influence on Cuban women.

    Apparently they find it a bit Chile, mh.

  169. None

    How interesting areff that you knew about Riewoldt and his friends and we’re able to find those photos so quickly. You don’t have much of a life do you?

  170. Zyconoclast

    Megan Rapinoe (US soccer captain) Poses for Sports Illustrated

    Here

    And

    Here

  171. Knuckle Dragger

    Muddy,

    That’s why they’re always bitching about the aircon and being too cold.

  172. None

    Dave just to break it to you gently: Women shaving armpits is not a universal habit not even in the West. In many countries in Europe such as Germany, women don’t shave or wax legs or armpits.

  173. Muddy

    Nothing like the wind through one’s hair. Ah, freedom!

  174. mh

    Whoaaah, there are some links here that I’m not game to click on.

  175. Muddy

    In many countries in Europe such as Germany, women don’t shave or wax legs or armpits.

    Hence the burkinis. Got it.

  176. Bruce in WA

    This was the late and great Eoin Cameron’s ear worm … and dammit, it worked!

  177. areff

    you silly. bitter, joyless creature, None, It was front=page new in Melbourne for six months.

    Google ‘St Kilda schoolgirl”, withered crone.

  178. Muddy

    Sorry, Bruce. The rabbit eating the watermelon still gets my vote.

  179. Ellie

    Anyone that thinks waxing hurts is kidding themselves.

    It hurts for the first time. KD.

  180. Muddy

    Knuckle Dragger
    #3101307, posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:31 pm

    Muddy,

    That’s why they’re always bitching about the aircon and being too cold.

    They just don’t have the warmth like we real humans do, K.D.

  181. Bruce in WA

    Sorry, Bruce. The rabbit eating the watermelon still gets my vote.

    😀 😀

  182. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    This was the late and great Eoin Cameron’s ear worm … and dammit, it worked!

    Eoin Cameron . There’s a name I had forgotten – sad loss to politics, too – fell afoul of a certain Liberal powerbroker.

  183. Knuckle Dragger

    Little-known fact:

    In WW2, German women routinely shaved their body hair, including the pubic region and used it to make padding for small pillows sent to soldiers on the Eastern Front.

    They were very popular with the units of the Sixth Army under Paulus that weren’t in Stalingrad but on the outskirts, where they dug pits and bunkers in the steppe to escape the freezing temperatures that sunk to -30C.

    That’s probably where the idea came from. Quite patriotic, if you think about it.

  184. None

    I doubt those photos were front page Herald Sun, Areff.

  185. Knuckle Dragger

    No it didn’t, Ellie.

  186. struth

    German women shave their armpits.
    At least 85% of them.
    Who have you been making love to, none?

  187. Muddy

    They were called trench pillows I believe, K.D.

  188. Memoryvault

    Anybody who thinks men’s preferences have any affect whatsoever on women’s fashion/dress/grooming choices, is suffering from delusions and should seek psychiatric help immediately.

  189. Bruce in WA

    Eoin Cameron . There’s a name I had forgotten – sad loss to politics, too – fell afoul of a certain Liberal powerbroker.

    One of the few politicians I had any time for. And, as far as I’m concerned, a great bloke. I know the ABC wanted to get rid of him (he actually said so on air), but his ratings were w-a-y too high for them to do it. I miss that totally distinctive voice.

  190. Knuckle Dragger

    Yes they were, None. Pixilated in the right bits, of course.

    Hundreds of copies of the actual photos were thrown onto the steps of Flinders Street Station by the ‘St. Kilda Schoolgirl,’ a publicity-hungry gold-digging tart that shagged half the team before one of them refused to leave his wife for her.

    People were picking them up in the streets for days.

    But gay porn, right?

  191. Zyconoclast

    Knuckle Dragger
    #3101320, posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:42 pm
    Little-known fact:

    Pubes for Panzers?

  192. struth

    MV is right.
    I’ve lived in Alice Springs.
    You’d be amazed at what can become pregnant.

  193. Knuckle Dragger

    Trench pillows. Quite correct Muddy.

    The ones looted by the Russians during Operation Saturn in late 1942 were fashioned into earmuffs.

  194. Knuckle Dragger

    Bang on, MV.

    Blokes would still chase women if they dyed their pubes in hi-vis colours.

    Which in some circumstances would be quite appropriate.

  195. Muddy

    The ones looted by the Russians during Operation Saturn in late 1942 were fashioned into earmuffs.

    Princess Leia wore a pair in Return of the Jedi.
    Her ears looked very warm.

  196. struth

    From the muff you came and from the muff you shall return.

  197. P

    Knuckle Dragger
    #3101274, posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    ‘having your head between women’s legs most mornings was not an enjoyable experience.’

    But oh, how we danced.

    OK, I danced with one Bruce Cale many a year ago in the ANZ Bank, 97 Castlereagh St, Sydney, long before I’d embraced a career of nursing.
    He was a beautiful person I was fortunate to have worked with when we were both teenagers, and whom I again met when I was engaged and he was working as a full time muso at The Coogee Bay Hotel.

  198. Knuckle Dragger

    Yes she did Muddy.

    God bless those generous Ewoks.

  199. Muddy

    It’s the shame the Ewoks were kicked out of Oz by the present indigs. At least you could rest a beer can on an Ewok’s head and they wouldn’t spit at you.
    What could have been, huh?

  200. None

    Yes they were, None. Pixilated in the right bits, of course

    I don’t live in Melbourne Knuckles. And I suspect some of you are a lot older than I am even if you act like juveniles. Plus Arreff’a photos were not pixellated. And dear God, an anonymous guy on the internet sending a woman dick picks… *rolls eyes*

  201. Mitch M.

    I’m sorry you’ve had that experience. No one can judge whether another will go to Heaven or hell.

    Folau made that judgement. I think that part of the response against him relates to people resenting the moralising and judgement that occurs from the Left and the faithful. I don’t care where it comes from I’m sick of it. I see it on my FB feed often enough, all those ridiculous statements by those high profile preachers in the USA.

    It also relates to my earlier point. People do not respond well to distant threats. People respond well to suggestions that in this life benefits can accrue from being faithful. This is basic stuff so I don’t know why Christians focus so much on the negative repercussions and neglect to highlight the positive aspects they believe in.

  202. MatrixTransform

    That’s why they’re always bitching about the aircon and being too cold.

    I sit here out the back in the smoking room with a whiskey and a computer.

    The software we use for controlling buildings and their climate allows me to connect to any number of office towers, shopping centres, apartment buildings, University campuses…

    and issue a ‘query’ to return all the Room Temperature Setpoint objects in the system.

    One building in particular has about 500 individual air conditioning zones.
    so at a keystroke I could change the temperature setpoint for all of them within about 30 seconds

    What would you biatches prefer? 25°C ??

    yeah … while drunk from my verandah.
    Der…its the internets mate.

    …you think I’m joking?

    Bwahahahahhh

  203. areff

    None is of the school that believes men should be privileged to admire a mound of venus that might easily be mistaken for road kill.

    I hated the Rev. Gordon Powell lashing Melbourne for its sins when I was a kid and despise modern day wowsers.

    If I wanted to be told how ideologically to approach everything from enemas to zoophilia, i’d join the fucking left.

    None, get help.

    Anyone else want to inform the Desicated Doctor about the St Kilda Schoolgirl. I remember shouting at Riewold in the forwadr pocket, ‘Shave your nuts, you same-sex attracted individual.’

  204. struth

    I’m sorry KD but hi viz pubes would require a level of beer goggleness I couldn’t be sure I could achieve these days.

  205. None

    Muddy

    #3101332, posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:52 pm

    Ha. Now that she’s dead they will be recycled as Ellie’s merkins.

  206. Knuckle Dragger

    Then Melbourne’s last redeeming feature is you don’t live in it None.

    The HS pixilated the pictures. Because even in your world where perversion lurks at every turn, even the Currant Bun wouldn’t print pictures of cocks.

    Not on the front page, anyway.

  207. None

    areff

    #3101342, posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:59 pm

    Thank you for informing us about your daddy issues , areff.

  208. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    One of the few politicians I had any time for. And, as far as I’m concerned, a great bloke. I know the ABC wanted to get rid of him (he actually said so on air), but his ratings were w-a-y too high for them to do it. I miss that totally distinctive voice.

    He pushed the Penny Easton scandal, when certain State Labor politicians just wished it would all go away.

  209. None

    Knuckle Dragger

    #3101345, posted on July 9, 2019 at 11:02 pm

    so I congratulate Areff again for knowing of those pictures’ existence and being able to find them so quickly.

  210. MatrixTransform

    The Coogee Bay Hotel

    2002

    I turned my back for 1 minute to get a serviette and cutlery and some bastard swiped my Balmain Bugs.

    Im still dirty on Sydneysiders for that

  211. Muddy

    I’m off to dream of Princess Leia and depilated Ewoks. Or something.
    Remember to play brutally, folks. Indecision is girly.

  212. Muddy

    None,
    Princess Leia will NEVER die.

  213. struth

    Stars glow the brightest just before they explode.
    Seen it many times.

  214. Knuckle Dragger

    If you’d had the foresight, None, to Google ‘Nick Riewoldt nude’ you’d have been able to find them too.

    Just like hundreds of thousands of people across the country did at the time.

    Think about it. Hundreds of thousands of people looking at one man’s penis. Alllllllll those Hellbound perverts.

    Not to mention gay porn being damaging to women.

  215. areff

    I had to look up ‘merkins’

    gives new meaning to the term ‘shucky merkins’

    look it up in your dickens or oed.

  216. MatrixTransform

    None == Nun (but with profanities)

  217. Knuckle Dragger

    struth at 10.59 pm;

    No no, think about it. Useful really.

    In the half-dark, you could yank out a handful of hi-vis hair and use it find your phone, wallet and keys before you make good your escape.

  218. None

    Just like hundreds of thousands of people across the country did at the time.

    So because hundreds and thousands of people did so at the time… what? That makes it normal? Newsworthy? Memorable? If you want to accuse me of being a wowser because I don’t run around looking for nude photos of two-bit footballers then that’s a badge I will happily wear with pride. I clearly am not as obsessed with other people’s genitalia as some of you are.

  219. MatrixTransform

    drop the zipper and find the dunny without turning on the light switch

  220. areff

    I was at Bredbo with Jim Cairns and enjoying a nude group oil massage in a geososic dome.

    fucking wowers. They give the right a bad name

  221. MatrixTransform

    I clearly am not as obsessed

    found a Catholic Porn link fast enough though dintcha?

  222. mh

    so I congratulate Areff again for knowing of those pictures’ existence and being able to find them so quickly.

    None, you found the Emily Ratajkowski pic pretty fast, and I have never stumbled across that particular one.

    Had you bookmarked it?

  223. areff

    again, three cheers for Russia, which invented vodka

  224. Pedro the Ignorant

    Crankiness still rife on the Cat I see.

    Back to the big fat leather armchair and the cricket.

  225. Bruce in WA

    again, three cheers for Russia, which invented vodka

    In St Petersburg, we tried some vodka you can’t get here.

    Sublime.

  226. Memoryvault

    yank out a handful of hi-vis hair and use it find your phone, wallet and keys before you make good your escape.

    Grasshopper, you have much to learn about the mysteries of pleasuring a woman.

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