Thursday Forum: February 7, 2013

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337 Responses to Thursday Forum: February 7, 2013

  1. Jc says:

    Lol Dot.

    —–

    Just got my Iphone 5 finally working. Fuck G4 is quick to load. Wow.

    The abominable fatboy was peddling the crap that G4 is too slow. Like crap it is.

  2. Potemkin’s Village

    We’re about to start training up teams for R/S and DA missions in Afghanistan.

    Jeremy Fernandez need not apply… here

  3. Token says:

    The abominable fatboy was peddling the crap that G4 is too slow. Like crap it is.

    …but, does that mean the NBN is not going to be the great fishing net of votes? That is the last thread of faith M0nty has that TLS can turn this election around…

  4. . says:

    The NBN is the ACE IN THE HOLE!

  5. Mk50 of Brisbane says:

    dot, Ace and his penchant for his mate’s hairy hole should be on da other fred!

    Unless youa re referring to Gheyboy, of course.

  6. Myrddin Seren says:

    Thanks for flagging that one about Mr Fernandez’s bad bus trip Grigory.

    I went looking for more when I saw some of his Twitter posts copied on Google news.

    I was trying to figure out how this was his “Rosa Parks moment”.

    Not normally a visitor to The Dumb, I was interested in his story, which in summary seems to be:

    A bogan brat on the bus from Marrickville to Stanmore hassled his kiddie; he asked the kid to stop and the mentally deranged bogan mother goes off her tree.

    ie – he seems to be a victim of the fact that

    a) trailer trash loons breed; and

    b) they are on the public transport, where they can maximise their awfulness.

    Welcome to any big city just about anywhere.

    Because the bogan loon obviously attacked his ethnicity, this became “I had what I like to think of as my own Rosa Parks moment”.

    Oh boy.

    A mentally unwell loser downloads and this becomes an existential crisis:

    I have to admit that I had a bit of a cry after dropping my daughter off at daycare.

    Dude – people like that make me want to rip their heads off – but whatever it takes to settle after such a confronting moment – but did you have to post it for your kids to see forever and a day ?

    It saddened me to realise that I’ll have to teach her how to be stoic and stand up for herself in the face of an abusive person.

    Where have you been living ? Go down to Marrickville Metro and get your kid used to some slag telling everyone in earshot to “f**k off and nobody f**king tells me what to do !” or your daughter is not going to survive school and Sydney public transport.

    Perhaps naively, I hadn’t thought that far ahead, especially because Sydney is said to be one of the most open and inclusive cities in the world.

    Duuuude – naive doesn’t start to cover it. You’re in Sydney, not Disneyworld. Take a stroll past the burned out bikie tattoo parlours up in Stanmore and have another think about saftey in urban areas ( does this guy absorb the news he is reading ? )

    I thought about playfully leaving a cheeky comment for the Drumeratti suggesting the incident of course raises a LOT of questions for Tony Abbott BUT being The Dumb – of course there they are for real already:

    You can thank Howard and Abbott and their revolting appropriation of populist politics for this disgusting behaviour.

    You cannot parody this stuff.

  7. Jc says:

    Hey Dover old friend.

    Remember you said in back December how much you were looking the first snow fall which if I recall correctly was just before Xmas.

    Here was me thinking… Babe in the woods 🙂

    Dude you’re going love that expected 3 feet dumped on ya today, hey?

    Watch how by Sunday it turns to a beautiful grimy black sludge.

  8. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “I’d just like to offer my thanks for a marriage and religion free open thread. It’s actually worth reading again.”

    I looked in this afternoon and they’re literally shrieking at each other, as if in a lunatic asylum, about males poking each other having rights ‘cos they’re special.

    Misunderstanding it’s true purpose I did post, early on, an ad looking for a wife but it ended up in the blokes seeking blokes section.

  9. Mk50 of Brisbane says:

    Septimus

    Progeny the last wanders in, puts some of Ryandan’s music on.

    Not bad at all.

    As progeny the last is leaving I hear muttered words about ‘better than that bloody death metal you keep listening to

    Thinks: YAY! The kids are criticing me listening to death metal ‘coz the prefer ballads.

    I have become a problem for them

    🙂

  10. Rabz says:

    The joys of online shopping, Part XXXIII

    Commenced footy training during the week and thought I’d treat myself to a new pair of boots to help ease the muscle strain (and just in case something terrible and unexpected happens to the other five pairs).

    From Pro Direct Soccer in the Ol’ Fart.

    The cost?

    Aus $102 (66.66 pounds stg ex VAT). This doesn’t include the cost of the express postage (i.e. on my desk next Thursday morning), but bought a few other absolutely fabulous items to help spread the impost.

    The cost from a bricks and mortar store here?

    $220.

    But, hey, let’s ban or make online shopping just as expensive – you know it makes sense, suckers!

  11. Jc says:

    Rabz

    Soccer boots?

    Dude!

  12. Gab says:

    Love your story, Myrrdin. All true, what you say. What gave me pause for thought (as in, ‘Is this idiot for real’ thought) was

    He said, “It’s your fault, mate. You could have moved.” I was keen to press the point that I didn’t move from my seat on principle because I had every right to be on that bus in that seat. It surprised me that as a European migrant himself, he failed to recognise that.

    What has that to do with anything? But we’re on Planet Fernandez so how could I possibly figure it out. Then his very sentence begins:

    Discrimination on the basis of race..

    What? (Again) Does he think all Europeans are discriminated against? Loony.

    But this bit cracked me up:

    I thought to myself, “What would Rosa Parks do?”

    yeah right. Sounds like a bucket load of artistic license after the fact. I mean, if you’re as terrified as he apparently was by a snarling bogan, why would you think about what someone else would do in the situation, let alone what Rosa Parks would do?

    I’m calling his Rosa Parks story an invention.

  13. sdfc says:

    In honour of the Dons. Who is your favourite genius?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4vSEXvLsx0

  14. . says:

    Rabz

    Thinking of playing the game corporate jugheads play.

    All I can say is if I wore the boots on offer today playing rugby league as a kid, I would have gotten beaten up, by the opposition, my team, my coach, my Dad, and probably by my sis, Mum and myself.

    Fortunately there’s a pro direct for rugby too.

  15. Jc says:

    The retail model is totally fucked in Australia. The sales stuff ought to be on a small draw ( sorta salary with clawback) and commission based.

    Of course the Liars Party is helping turn retail into a waste dump because of the inability to move from awards rates. Fuck they’re scum bags.

  16. . says:

    Rabz

    I fucken love you man.

    http://www.prodirectsport.com/

    What I have spent on sort over the past few years is outrageous.

  17. Rabz says:

    I was trying to figure out how this was his “Rosa Parks moment”.

    HOO-bloody-RAY!

    The ALPB-frigging-C finaly posts one of my comments!

    Rabz:
    08 Feb 2013 5:01:01pm
    As a long time Sydney bus commuter, I’ve noticed buses do tend to bring out the worst in people.

    You’ll live and your daughter will never be able to remember it anyway.

    There are idiots throughout society, of all colours and creeds, shapes and sizes.

    Don’t dwell on it, is my advice.

    Alert moderator

  18. Mk50 of Brisbane says:

    heh. Just playing Twlight of the Thunder God. Caught a disgusted look and an eye roll from progeny the last.

    Life is good.

  19. Rabz says:

    Soccer boots?

    Dude!

    Football boots, dude – players wear these in Soccer, League, Union and AFL.

  20. Gab says:

    Rabz

    I fucken love you man

    You’ve spent far too much time on the marriage thread.

  21. . says:

    Another reason why I will be facing destitution and the wolves are at the door:

    http://www.stcroixrods.com/

    Surely you can plead with the Sheriff that you really, really needed to go Marlin fishing?

  22. Jc says:

    I fucken love you man

    Yes, but his soccer illness is a serious problemo though.

    Rabz, dude, you gotta stop playing that disgusting game. It’s just isn’t good.

  23. Rabz says:

    Dot – when I were a kiddie, footy boots came in a multitude of colours, as long as they were black…

  24. Jc says:

    Dot

    The only rod worthy of a gentleman is G Loomis. Anything else is just third rate.

    I have a whole series of them.

  25. Rabz says:

    dude, you gotta stop playing that disgusting game. It’s just isn’t good.

    I canna help it, Squire, I’m seriously hooked…

  26. . says:

    Gab

    You are not a man.

    You don’t understand ball grabbing, tongue kissing etc in sport. Nor is licking your goalkeeper’s face after you win a final in a tournament.

    It’s not gay. Nor is crying when you lose a Grand Final in extra time after you lost to some cheats the year before.

    All I understand about women’s sport is attractive female hockey players are less likely to be lesbian, although if they play for a uni club and get drunk, all bets are off, and that 90% of female AFL players are gay.

    http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/12/12/1071125656856.html

    I can confirm that Allan Border’s ear is very clean most of the time, although it was a little bit salty in the humidity up in Brisbane. Nowadays, we are purely platonic friends.

  27. Rabz says:

    I canna help it…

    And right on cue – whose ugly mug turns up on the tellie?

    Sir Scottish Drunk

    As incomprehensible as ever. Time to listen to some music.

  28. . says:

    The only rod worthy of a gentleman is G Loomis. Anything else is just third rate.

    I have a whole series of them.

    I’m a peon, the fly is above my lowly self. I just can’t get the cast right without the whip crack. Flicking celtas is the next best thing. That and being swept down river in tiger country, shitting yourself when that happens and when you run into feral dogs…

  29. Gab says:

    I hope you know I was just teasing, Dot.

    Hey Rabz, when you kick a goal do you pull your costume top over your head and run around in circles?

  30. . says:

    Gab

    Never take a man seriously who talks incessant shit during a scrum, during a short corner or when he and his friends say “I did your sister” just before the arm is rolled over during a delivery.

    Sport is basically for the lulz.

  31. Gab says:

    during a short corner

    A what? Is it like being sent to the Naughty Corner?

  32. Rabz says:

    when you kick a goal do you pull your costume top over your head and run around in circles?

    No Gab, I’m way to dignified to engage in such showboating. The CCC know it to be true.

  33. Gab says:

    Rabz, is it a prerequisite that you go to acting classes before joining a soccer team?

  34. . says:

    Sort of, Gab!

  35. Rabz says:

    Sport is basically for the lulz.

    A li’l sporting anecdote from my cricket playing days – my second match, came out to the crease with about 15 minutes left, shadows lengthening (pottery dustbowl, Chatswood) and the team at 3-30 something trying to stave off an outright defeat – had lasted about 10 minutes, employing dogged defence…

    The short leg and silly mid on converse between deliveries – short leg (removes something from his pocket, right under my nose)

    SL: “Get a load off this”

    SMO: “Awesome”

    Rabz: (“that’s a bag of mean looking heads”)

    Out next delivery.

  36. Myrddin Seren says:

    Rabz

    your daughter will never be able to remember it anyway

    Other than the fact that it is there on the interwebs, at least until the next Carrington Event wipes out the digital world.

    Okay – hopefully this little girl and any other kids the Fernandezes have harden the you-know-what up if Mum and Dad are planning to keep living in Marrickville ( I used to live there – I speak with experience ).

    So maybe Dad’s Rosa Parks Moment won’t haunt them as epically as Peter ‘Bandana’s-Too-Tight’ Fitzsimmons’ weepy kid moment will haunt his offspring for all their youthful days:

    With my son, not long ago, I was playing chess and I was white and he was black and I was winning and he started crying. And I said, `Why?’ And he said, `Because this reminds me of what happened to the Aboriginal people.’

    Can you imagine if your Dad had broadcast this to the entire world ?! Would you not be contemplating an awful, Shakespearean revenge ??

  37. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “A bogan brat on the bus from Marrickville to Stanmore hassled his kiddie; he asked the kid to stop and the mentally deranged bogan mother goes off her tree.”

    Life has become so complex, so conflicted (a favourite that one, don’t know what it means but have now used it for the first time).

    Growing up not far from there, some years back, the story would have proceeded:

    A bogan brat on the bus from Marrickville to Stanmore hassled his kiddie. His kiddie flattened the bogan.

    and that would be that.

    A more creative version might add:

    He was well pleased that his child had attained “stoic”, vowing to look it up in the dictionary when he got home.

    He briefly considered giving the stupid mother a backhand for her corner but went back to reading Mike Gibson’s column in the Tele (which never, ever touched on soccer (a transparent attempt to irritate Rabz) ).

  38. Rabz says:

    SDFC – copy and paste da anecdote, Squire – I’m not a subscriber…

  39. sdfc says:

    And that is the way it should be, the bowler having the last laugh – unlike a Test match at the MCG when I hit Viv Richards under his left eye when he tried to hook me.
    Rabz

    I’m not a subscriber either, I got access via google. Don’t know how that works.

    Anyway here’s Hoggy.

    And that is the way it should be, the bowler having the last laugh – unlike a Test match at the MCG when I hit Viv Richards under his left eye when he tried to hook me.

    I wandered down the track to see if there was a closed eye or even blood. But Viv just stood there looking at me before declaring: “Don’t be staring at me, man. Get back and bowl”.

    The next ball, which naturally enough was short, went 26 rows back into the Southern Stand. After six overs I had 0-56 and was taken off. And I never stared at Viv again. In fact, I was scared of him.

  40. sdfc says:

    I stuffed that up big time.

  41. Jc says:

    I’ve been helping run a small business in the last week. Christ it’s a hard thing to do. The people you’re dealing can be absolute scumbags and… I kid you not.. the biggest imbeciles you have the displeasure of talking to.

    Episode one.

    Order employee comes to me and says the raw material the we were looking to buy from the supplier had gone up 36% since the last order. It didn’t sound right so, I made the call and ended up with semi retarded woman on the phone whose diction makes Homer sound like a linguistic professor. I couldn’t understand a freaking word she was saying. Not one. It was a jumbled up mess. It wasn’t as though she was recently off a refugee boat or anything. This was a home grown Australian woman- supposedly an order clerk who takes orders and speaks to clients. I told her I couldn’t understand a word she was uttering and asked politely to put some else on. So the other imbecile comes on and says the previous price was an error.
    I looked at a number of invoices going back and explained to her that there was no error unless the mistake had been going on for the past year or so. She kept insisting it was a error so I asked to speak to the manager. Manager is on holidays but calls me also saying it was an error. It was finally resolved by splitting the difference.

    Episode two.

    Place an order with the “relationship manager”. Two minutes later get a call from a guy in the credit department saying we owed the firm “x”. I explained to him that the firm always pays on delivery and it would be hard to understand how x was therefore owed. Could he help me understand it the problem? He had no answer just that his firm was owed x.

    We left it that he would call back with an explanation. Didn’t hear from him.

    Episode three.

    Client wanting credit extension. My answer. No. Won’t supply unless he forks over the money. Say’s he’ll go elsewhere. Fine with me.

    This is just a tiny sampling.

    You know, people throw all kinds of shit at Wall Street, but the stuff I’ve seen is not what I expected.

    A couple of buyers have shown interest through the broker, so hopefully I’ll be able to wrap this up in the few months and get to more useful stuff like hanging shit on leftwing idiots.

  42. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “Rod Hogg’s story about trying to intimidate Viv is a classic.”

    Buggar! I don’t pay good money to read Pravda.

    I saw plenty of Viv Richards as a younger bloke and he was every bit as good as they say he was.

    Rod Hogg was an angry ant back then.

  43. Jc says:

    I stuffed that up big time.

    Since you’ve been posting comments here. Nothing new.

  44. sdfc says:

    That hurts.

  45. Rabz says:

    Viv Richards – One of my cricketing heroes.

    This is a guy who used to partake of certain sacrements before going out to bat in a test match.

    To quote the Big Cat, Clive Lloyd:

    There is not a batsman in the world who goes out to face Lillee and Thomson with a smile on his face…

    Except possibly, Viv Richards.

  46. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Strive for “stoic” sdfc.

  47. Infidel Tiger says:

    I picked up Viv Richards bat at the WACA one morning. It had at least 7 extra grips on it.

    He and Lara are the two best bats I ever saw.

  48. sdfc says:

    I had the “pleasure” of watching Richards and Lloyd tear us apart at the first offical ODI at the WACA in the early 80s.

  49. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “Viv Richards – One of my cricketing heroes.”

    I enjoyed his swagger back then Rabz. He took the field as if he owned the joint.

    I saw him interviewed in the last year and he was quietly spoken, as modest as can be and regal.

  50. Rabz says:

    Can you imagine if your Dad had broadcast this to the entire world ?! Would you not be contemplating an awful, Shakespearean revenge ??

    Myrdds,

    No and therefore, no.

    Thank goodness.

  51. Rabz says:

    Mike Gibson’s column in the Tele [which never, ever touched on soccer (a transparent attempt to irritate Rabz) ].

    Mick, I’ve shared the odd beer or three with Gibbo in the Oaks, way back when…

  52. sdfc says:

    Quite often he did own the joint Mick.

  53. Grey says:

    I’m calling his Rosa Parks story an invention.

    Gab, there are probably few things we agree on, but this is one of them.
    Sydney Transit are trying to get the bus details from him, it would be great if he was forced to apologize, but we can’t expect miracles.

  54. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “He and Lara are the two best bats I ever saw.”

    Zaheer Abbas, David Gower then Greg Chappell.

  55. entropy says:

    JC

    Just got my Iphone 5 finally working. Fuck G4 is quick to load. Wow.

    The abominable fatboy was peddling the crap that G4 is too slow. Like crap it is.

    So is Melbourne 4G anything like this in Brisbane (which was me btw) or this in Perth?

    Yes, that is 79.71 Mbps in Brisbane (Boggo Rd) and 82.28 Mbps in Perth. Both on iPhone 5s.

    what speed is the NBN again?

  56. Gab says:

    No, Grey. I believe his story in terms of the incident on the bus. I just don’t believe the Rosa Parks bit. That’s something he concocted after the fact, for telling of the tale, for dramatic effect, imo.

  57. Infidel Tiger says:

    Zaheer Abbas, David Gower then Greg Chappell.

    Watched Gower score a beautiful century at the WACA in 86/87. Last time i saw someone stroke wood that beautifully I was in the car park with some chick after a blue light disco.

  58. Rabz says:

    I just don’t believe the Rosa Parks bit.

    You envision him running, like a li’l coward?

  59. Grey says:

    No, Grey. I believe his story in terms of the incident on the bus. I just don’t believe the Rosa Parks bit.

    Phew, I was getting worried there for a bit.

    I am pretty sure Rosa Parks was born a 100 years ago this week and this was not an invention of Jeremy Fernendez – but then you guys are so good at rewriting history that I wouldn’t bet the house on it.

  60. sdfc says:

    For sheer intimidation it has to be Lara and Richards.

    For artistry it’s Mick’s three, though I don’t remember Zaheer all that well, plus Lara and Mark Waugh.

  61. Gab says:

    You envision him running, like a li’l coward?

    No. I believe the Rosa Parks aspect was something he thought up afterwards.

  62. kae says:

    Winston

    The skiddies were around the thread.

    Der.

    You still on drugs from your last hospital visit? (Or on the turps you lucky bloke!)

  63. Aliice says:

    WTF JC

    You comment
    “A couple of buyers have shown interest through the broker, so hopefully I’ll be able to wrap this up in the few months and get to more useful stuff like hanging shit on leftwing idiots.”

    JC you really are transponing your fervent political beliefs on everyday business transactions. there are fuckwit dummies out there. You do have to deal with them to transact. Calling them all leftwing idiots isnt going to help you shove the deal through is it?

    You need to separate Cat from real life.

  64. Rabz says:

    Gower

    Overated, upper class twit.

    However, he was capable of pulling the odd century out of his fundament – usually when no-one expected any better, which was always.

    I too, have had the misfortune of seeing that twit blunder his way to a century – SCG, Ashes ’90 – ’91.

  65. WhaleHunt Fun says:

    JC, the holiday for you would be an auto-maker.
    Their contracts for supply require a price that reduces each year of the contract, ignoring inflation with terms fixed and non negotiable and all in their favour. I’ve raraely seen anything like it. But it must be nice to be them. Suppliers are scared s&$tless of you.

  66. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “Mick, I’ve shared the odd beer or three with Gibbo in the Oaks, way back when…”

    Good, I imagine he’d be interesting company.

    Struth, he’s older than me – I was reading his columns in my twenties – what were you doing hanging about with old blokes? 🙂

    The Oaks – haven’t been there for 10 years I suppose, but it was a good pub for decades, especially good steaks too.

  67. Rabz says:

    usually when no-one expected any better, which was always

    Clarification – when everyone had written the twit off, he’d reappear out of nowhere and fluke a ton.

    This phenomenon was never going to last…

  68. sdfc says:

    Good player to watch Rabz. Entertaining after dinner speaker as well.

    Told the story of his perfect 10-0 record against the Windies as captain. Losing 5-0 in back to back series.

  69. kae says:

    Surely it would be cheaper to train a few deep sea oil drillers to land on the asteroid and blow it up.

    Jeez, Jupes, that’d make a good movie plot…

  70. nilk says:

    Now to read up the thread. I wonder how long it would take and should I have a drink?

  71. Rabz says:

    what were you doing hanging about with old blokes?

    After our Cricket matches on the lower north shore in the early nineties, we’d head to the Oaks. Gibbo would be in the front bar and I’d strike up a conversation for a laugh – he was not a figure taken seriously in those days.

    The first beer never touched the sides anyway and I’d then grab another (as you did after six hours in teh hot sun) and leave him to it.

  72. Rabz says:

    I wonder how long it would take and should I have a drink?

    What seems like an eternity and yes.

  73. blogstrop says:

    I was starting to enjoy it here with the other trolls apprently having met with holiday accidents – probably rock fishing, jet-skiing, sky diving etc – but we still have grey as a blot on the landscape, offering the same sort of tired offal.

  74. Rabz says:

    Ladeez and Gennamen,

    I give yooze:

    Da Strawman

  75. Rabz says:

    but we still have ghey as a blot on the landscape, offering the same sort of tired offal.

    Blogs – you give them way too much credence.

    Enjoy being with like minded souls, for a change.

    You know you want to.

  76. Grey says:

    Jeremy is a serial fantasist

    I cop racist abuse from time to time – most recently from a checkout operator at Woolworths who had been moaning her disapproval about the influx of asylum seekers to our shores. When my turn came to go through the checkout, she scanned and piled my groceries on a tiny bit of the counter top until everything fell on the floor. As I picked my groceries up from the floor she kept going, sending more groceries off the edge of the tiny bench.

    All the Woolworths checkout operators in the inner city are usually working their butts off. I don’t think I have ever heard them have any conversations in the 3 supermarkets I visit – certainly not political or controversial conversations. As for throwing his groceries on the floor – never seen that and I can’t imagine why he wouldn’t call management to complain.

    Typical sneer from the so-called liberal elites. Actually that is what libertarians and ABC journalists have in common – a deep seated contempt for ordinary working Australians. Checkout operator? Obviously stupid and racist. Bus driver – ditto. Woman with child on bus – probably single mother and ergo racist and ignorant.

    As I said, I would love it ABC management forced him to cough up the bus number and we could hear the driver’s version – assuming if the driver actually had a version. But pigs will fly before that will happen. They will probably all just snigger up their sleeves and make another program about how racist Westies hate boat people.

  77. mct says:

    Kanhai
    Kallis
    Sobers

    Big Col Milburn could go OK as well… till they carted him off Sourth Melbourne oval with a heart attack.

  78. sdfc says:

    If Kallis was Australian we’d be resting him every second test.

  79. Poor Old Rafe says:

    Mike Gibson has been seen making his way down Ben Boyd Road from the Oaks to his home in Kiribilli.

    Years ago Dougie Walters used to drink at the Oaks, then he shifted to the Great Northern.

    No more cheap eats at the Oaks, it has been taken over by the silvertails and high fliers of Upper Neutral Bay, Cremorne and Mosman. Ordinary people and salt of the earth workers from Lower Neutral Bay go elsewhere these days.

  80. Rabz says:

    Ghey,

    You have observed objectively, for a change – I’m impressed.

    What Jeremy doesn’t seem to realise is that there are a hell of a lot of people out there who can call him on his persecution fantasies.

    If he wanted legitimacy (supermarketwise), for example, he would have stated that he shopped at an IGA, where racist abuse is unheard of and the checkout chicks are stunners – and of all races, to boot.

    But no – there’d be no whingy anecdotes if he did do his grocery shopping there.

    The surface has barely been scratched, it appears…

  81. sdfc says:

    Essendon should be kicked out of the AFL and replaced with the mighty Swannie Districts.

    Of course Collingwood would have to wear their rather fetching alternative guernsey when the two sides play.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vHeYrfgFm0

  82. Rabz says:

    No more cheap eats at the Oaks, it has been taken over by the silvertails and high fliers of Upper Neutral Bay, Cremorne and Mosman. Ordinary people and salt of the earth workers from Lower Neutral Bay go elsewhere these days.

    Sad news, Rafe. I lived in Cremorne Junction for a few years up until until August 2008.

    Marilyna’s was a ritual after much sport, beer and sacred cake.

  83. Septimus says:

    Evening Mk50,

    Had a listen to Ryandan – not for me, they sound a bit wimpy and seem to do mostly covers of other peoples songs. Amon Amarth’s ‘Twilight of the Thunder God’ or some Avantasia is more like it. Have to give the tinnitus a reason for making my head ring. 🙂

  84. nilk says:

    I learned everything I need to know about soccer from Atletico Partick.

    It’s a wonderful documentary about suburban soccer clubs.

  85. Thanks kae, mostly off the drugs now except for the occasional bad day.
    I keep getting you and Gab mixed up if I have beer and narcotics.

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