Tuesday Forum: March 17, 2020

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  1. johanna says:

    Helen
    #3364068, posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:05 pm

    Lizzie thanks fr you word and emotions pic with your travels. Sounds wonderful, travelling like refugees and making the best of it.

    I assume this is satire?

  2. Mark A says:

    Could help avoiding the virus,
    I said ‘Could’, not will.

  3. OldOzzie says:

    Did Biden realize his discriminatory pledge for his Supreme Court pick?

    BY JONATHAN TURLEY, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR

    Joe Biden made two pledges to voters and asked his opponent to do the same to nominate only a black woman for the next open Supreme Court seat and to choose a woman as his vice president. Even with identity politics, the pledge to impose a gender and race requirement for the next Supreme Court nominee is as ironic as it is troubling. What Biden was declaring, and what Sanders wisely avoided, would effectively constitute discrimination in admission to the Supreme Court. Indeed, the Supreme Court has declared that such race or gender conditions are strictly unconstitutional for admission to public colleges.

    The pledges that Biden has made amount to this. No matter how qualified men or, in the case of the Supreme Court, women who are not black may be, he will not consider them as candidates. In the case of vice president, such gender discrimination would be allowed, as presidential candidates can select a running mate on any grounds and voters can decide if they approve. Justices, however, are lifetime appointees, and presidents have always been careful to state that, while they seek diversity among their nominees, they would appoint the most qualified person regardless of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. But in a single declaration, Biden quickly dispensed with even the pretense of equal consideration.

  4. cohenite says:

    Woman Runs Naked Down Streets of Downtown LA – With a Dead Rat in Her Mouth

    Training for the Olympics; rat and bat options.

  5. Rex Mango says:

    If nothing from the High Court by this time tomorrow, Big George must be toast.

  6. Big G is toast.
    It was a simple decision.

    Expect 2,500 pages re-interpreting presumption of innocence and feelz evidence.

  7. OldOzzie says:

    House Democrats Propose Lifting Tariffs On Chinese Imports, Rewarding China for Downplaying Wuhan Virus

    A leading House Democrat is suggesting that we end tariffs on Chinese imports amid the spread of Wuhan Virus , essentially rewarding the Chinese for their secretive and problematic handling of the virus that is quickly spreading to all corners of the globe.

    Florida Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy, whose husband manufactures sportswear in Chinese factories according to an article by The Hill, could potentially benefit from such a move. The proposed legislation is co-sponsored by Democrat Joe Cunningham of South Carolina. Murphy also owns a patent on one of the products manufactured by her husband.

  8. Tailgunner says:

    Everything in this country was structured around a high trust society.

    Indeed. And worked great.
    Men At Work sang an epic song about it.
    We’re going back to 1976,mofos!
    AltStraya!!!!

  9. Tailgunner says:

    Only one culture in AltStraya,
    Aussie.
    😎

  10. Natural Instinct says:

    Can anyone explain what is happening in Inda re covid19?
    Is it just a temperature effect?
    Or did the Indians decide not to throw resources at testing and will just ride it out as just another bad flu.

  11. Tailgunner says:

    Rothschild’s
    Bank
    Australia
    Exposed for all to see.
    Get them!

  12. Infidel Tiger says:

    India just got on with life and has had zero repercussions.

    Maybe they don’t have old people. Not having any Chinese helped hugely too.

    That should have been our policy in retrospect.

  13. Tailgunner says:

    Biden quickly dispensed with even the pretense of equal consideration.
    Haha, I just got on the Ouija board and Corn Pop would like a word with that guy from BITD at the pool.
    #Blacks4Biden

  14. cohenite says:

    A leading House Democrat is suggesting that we end tariffs on Chinese imports amid the spread of Wuhan Virus , essentially rewarding the Chinese for their secretive and problematic handling of the virus that is quickly spreading to all corners of the globe.
    Florida Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy, whose husband manufactures sportswear in Chinese factories according to an article by The Hill, could potentially benefit from such a move. The proposed legislation is co-sponsored by Democrat Joe Cunningham of South Carolina. Murphy also owns a patent on one of the products manufactured by her husband.

    I’m not advocating violence but these traitors should be shot.

  15. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Can you tell me what happens to hand sanitiser 70% alcohol in the car.

    Helen – So long as it doesn’t get too hot it should be fine. The ethanol is the main antiviral agent in it.

    But in a climate like yours a plastic bottle of ethanol could easily get so hot it explodes because of high vapour pressure. The boiling point of ethanol is only 78 C. In the sun a plastic bottle in a car could get to that temperature. And even at only 50 C the pressure in the bottle from the ethanol vapour pressure would be very high.

    Hand sanitizer comprised of isopropyl alcohol isn’t much better as its boiling point is 82 C.

    Make sure any hand sanitizer bottles aren’t in the direct sun.

  16. EvilElvis says:

    Great to see none of our public servants are suffering though. Extended holidays!

    That’s got to be a hinge point at some stage. Plebs vs PS. The have nots who’ve busted arse to get fleeced by the bureacracy to now be out on their arse must snap at some point. It won’t be a wake up. They will snap.

  17. Tailgunner says:

    Big George must be toast.

    Rex, good to see you, man.
    What do you think of my idea that it’s better he goes down martyr-style, vindicated postfacto by the new regime?
    Rather than live out his days hiding like a rat?

  18. OldOzzie says:

    President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act – Initiates Executive Order For Health And Medical Resources

    The three main components of the Defense Production Act include:

    ♦ Companies are required to accept and prioritize contracts from the government and to prioritize “materials, services, and facilities to promote the national defense or to maximize domestic energy supplies.” While this provision has historically been used to ramp up military production, in the midst of the COVID19 pandemic the act will be used for medical supplies.

    ♦ The second provision in the act provides financial measures, such as loans, loan guarantees, purchases, and purchase commitments, to speed up the production of materials “needed to support national defense and homeland security procurement requirements.”

    ♦ The act also addresses voluntary agreements – or what the government says is “an association of private interests, approved by the Government to plan and coordinate actions in support of the national defense.” The proviso permits business competitors to work together to plan and coordinate measures to increase the supply of materials as directed by the U.S. government.

    Immediately after invoking the act, President Trump signed an executive order to prioritize Health and Medical resources (masks, respirators, medical equipment).

  19. rickw says:

    Any elderly cats in far outer Melbourne east suburbs unable to shop, drop a msg on this thread.

    If any elderly cats in Melbourne get the bloody thing and want to roll the dice on Chloroquine, same!

  20. Tailgunner says:

    The boiling point of ethanol is only 78 C. In the sun a plastic bottle in a car could get to that temperature. And even at only 50 C the pressure in the bottle from the ethanol vapour pressure would be very high.

    Hand sanitizer comprised of isopropyl alcohol isn’t much better as its boiling point is 82 C.

    While we’re on facts,Bruce – what is the human-safe mix of E85/coke please?
    DPLRBL and me…both on the good stuff.
    MadMax just gets better & better!

  21. OldOzzie says:

    President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act – Initiates Executive Order For Health And Medical Resources

    The three main components of the Defense Production Act include:

    . Companies are required to accept and prioritize contracts from the government and to prioritize “materials, services, and facilities to promote the national defense or to maximize domestic energy supplies.” While this provision has historically been used to ramp up military production, in the midst of the COVID19 pandemic the act will be used for medical supplies.

    . The second provision in the act provides financial measures, such as loans, loan guarantees, purchases, and purchase commitments, to speed up the production of materials “needed to support national defense and homeland security procurement requirements.”

    . The act also addresses voluntary agreements – or what the government says is “an association of private interests, approved by the Government to plan and coordinate actions in support of the national defense.” The proviso permits business competitors to work together to plan and coordinate measures to increase the supply of materials as directed by the U.S. government.

    Immediately after invoking the act, President Trump signed an executive order to prioritize Health and Medical resources (masks, respirators, medical equipment).

  22. Geo;rge’s only chance is to be recognized as an indigenous person.

  23. Helen says:

    Thanks Bruce

  24. Roger says:

    Can anyone explain what is happening in Inda re covid19?

    I suspect a poor testing regime is masking the true extent of the presence of Xi’s virus there.

  25. OldOzzie says:

    President Trump Invokes Defense Production Act – Initiates Executive Order For Health And Medical Resources

    The three main components of the Defense Production Act include:

    . Companies are required to accept and prioritize contracts from the government and to prioritize “materials, services, and facilities to promote the national defense or to maximize domestic energy supplies.” While this provision has historically been used to ramp up military production, in the midst of the COVID19 pandemic the act will be used for medical supplies.

    . The second provision in the act provides financial measures, such as loans, loan guarantees, purchases, and purchase commitments, to speed up the production of materials “needed to support national defense and homeland security procurement requirements.”

    . The act also addresses voluntary agreements – or what the government says is “an association of private interests, approved by the Government to plan and coordinate actions in support of the national defense.” The proviso permits business competitors to work together to plan and coordinate measures to increase the supply of materials as directed by the U.S. government.

    Immediately after invoking the act, President Trump signed an executive order to prioritize Health and Medical resources (masks, respirators, medical equipment).

  26. Roger says:

    The spaminator appears to have taken on a life of its own.

  27. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    what is the human-safe mix of E85/coke please?

    0:100 Gunner. E85 is 15% petrol. Do not drink petrol even if you are pissed and have nothing else.

  28. Snoopy:

    Supposing the medical and nursing staff could be found is it feasible to use cruise liners as hospital ships?

    It’s a reasonable idea, but I think the aircon would be an issue, as well as removing sick people who couldn’t walk. The walkways are pretty narrow, I think.
    Most would have helipads so the ones requiring ICU level care could be airlifted out.

  29. Speedbox says:

    OldOzzie
    #3364054, posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    China has systematically lied and acted with duplicity. It cannot be trusted and I hope that China will be permanently rebranded and recalibrated by the world at large when this is over – that China’s trading partners will trust it far less to honour any commitments or to abide by any international agreements. Supply chains were changing before the epidemic and I hope will continue to be diversified and redirected even more afterward.

    Many on the Cat have been warning of Chinese malevolence for years. We have noted the Chinese behaviour in the South China sea, the Antarctic, the debt traps, the one million person re-education camps for Uyghur Moosilims and the internal Orwellian-like surveillance. These and dozens more incidents and issues.

    These actions by China are not aberrations – they are characteristic.

    If, in a couple of years we return to the ‘business as usual’ model and welcome China back to their former social and financial intimacy with Australia, we might as well just hand over the keys.

  30. Tailgunner says:

    Fine.
    Bottles W/ripped t-shirt detonators only then?

  31. feelthebern says:

    RBA, cutting interest rates means shit if there is no liquidity.
    Yet again, they fail.
    Their additional action in the repo market also announced is too little, too late.
    APRA relaxing capital ratio expectations, too little, too late.
    What a pack of fucking retards.

  32. Tailgunner says:

    Whattabout a 100% ethanol brew then?
    Science!

  33. Tailgunner says:

    Seriously, you can feel the octane when you run a big V8 on Dragon Energy.
    107ftw

  34. egg_ says:

    It’s fvckwits like this who should go into the next compost bin.

    Probably a malicious Grigbot NPC.

  35. egg_ says:

    Seriously, you can feel the octane when you run a big V8 on Dragon Energy.

    Got a Youtube channel, Gunner?

  36. cohenite says:

    It’s amazing really, on the 14th January, 1 month after the chunks knew about the virus, the WHO issued a statement for their chunk masters saying there was no clear evidence of human to human transmission of the chunk virus.

  37. Infidel Tiger says:

    Supposing the medical and nursing staff could be found is it feasible to use cruise liners as hospital ships?

    None of the numbers predicted are even close to happening.

    I know things could change, but at this stage we will have to close hospitals from boredom.

    Most ICU patients in the next 12 months will be drug overdoses and failed suicides because we deliberately tanked the economy.

  38. Makka says:

    Speedbox, whatever makes you think that Govts or big biz give a flying fk about you or your welfare?

  39. I had to larf at this –

    Foreign Minister Marise Payne said discussions about relaxing night truck curfews were underway with local councils to allow more deliveries to supermarkets.

    This was identified as an issue Monday.
    It’s four days later and they still haven’t gotten around to having the meeting.
    If it wasn’t so bloody pathetic, I’d be pissing myself larfing.

  40. OldOzzie says:

    Joe Biden, the Manchurian Virus Candidate

    it’s not just that no matter what President Trump does, the EneMedia will portray his response to the disease as lacking. (Never mind that Barack Obama apparently spread disease throughout our nation by shipping sick illegal-alien minors throughout the country. Enterovirus D68, anyone?)

    It’s also that the Wuhan virus has now become a handy excuse to limit debates and Jumblin Joe’s personal appearances. Health is the concern, you see (Biden’s mental health, that is).

    There’s a reason why Forbes wrote last summer that “Joe Biden Is The Only Man Who Can Save China In 2020” and why the “announcement of his campaign alone was enough to encourage Beijing suddenly to take a harder line on trade negotiations with the Trump administration,”

    (Biden) is now infamous for threatening to assault voters, he and other free “traiders” have long been helping China assault us.

    So, the main problem with Biden isn’t that he doesn’t know what state he’s in, but that he doesn’t know what nation state he represents. Combine this with his rapid mental decline, and one could imagine learning after a Beijing visit that President Biden signed Alaska away to Xi. (“I thought the document just got another billion for sonny boy!”)

  41. Struth says:

    The CDC quietly just DROPPED the death toll from 121 to 97. People were misdiagnosed with the Coronavirus:

    March 18, 2019
    COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*
    Total cases: 7,038
    Total deaths: 97
    T’was the flu……………………………..

  42. Eyrie says:

    “The spaminator appears to have taken on a life of its own.”

    It’s become self aware!

  43. Whattabout a 100% ethanol brew then?

    Getting the methanol and benzene out is the tricky part.
    Spectroscopically pure ethanol $12 USD per kilo. (that’s about $5,000 AUD by lunchtime tomorrow)

  44. Eyrie says:

    Open the pod bay doors, spaminator.

  45. OldOzzie says:

    Joe Biden, the Manchurian Virus Candidate

    it’s not just that no matter what President Trump does, the EneMedia will portray his response to the disease as lacking. (Never mind that Barack Obama apparently spread disease throughout our nation by shipping sick illegal-alien minors throughout the country. Enterovirus D68, anyone?)

    It’s also that the W*han virus has now become a handy excuse to limit debates and Jumblin Joe’s personal appearances. Health is the concern, you see (Biden’s mental health, that is).

    There’s a reason why Forbes wrote last summer that “Joe Biden Is The Only Man Who Can Save China In 2020” and why the “announcement of his campaign alone was enough to encourage Beijing suddenly to take a harder line on trade negotiations with the Trump administration,”

    (Biden) is now infamous for threatening to assault voters, he and other free “traiders” have long been helping China assault us.

    So, the main problem with Biden isn’t that he doesn’t know what state he’s in, but that he doesn’t know what nation state he represents. Combine this with his rapid mental decline, and one could imagine learning after a Beijing visit that President Biden signed Alaska away to Xi. (“I thought the document just got another billion for sonny boy!”)

  46. Mitch M. says:

    Speedbox
    #3364138, posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:44 pm
    OldOzzie
    #3364054, posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    China has systematically lied and acted with duplicity. It cannot be trusted and I hope that China will be permanently rebranded and recalibrated by the world at large when this is over – that China’s trading partners will trust it far less to honour any commitments or to abide by any international agreements. Supply chains were changing before the epidemic and I hope will continue to be diversified and redirected even more afterward.

    Many on the Cat have been warning of Chinese malevolence for years. We have noted the Chinese behaviour in the South China sea, the Antarctic, the debt traps, the one million person re-education camps for Uyghur Moosilims and the internal Orwellian-like surveillance. These and dozens more incidents and issues.

    These actions by China are not aberrations – they are characteristic.

    If, in a couple of years we return to the ‘business as usual’ model and welcome China back to their former social and financial intimacy with Australia, we might as well just hand over the keys.

    Well stated. Please be advised that the police will soon visit you for posting correct details critical of the Chinese oligarchy.

    BTW, it is not just the governments that need to change their attitude it is the boardrooms. People praise China for lifting so many out of poverty while ignoring that multinationals saw a huge opportunity to cash in because of low labour costs, non-existent environmental laws, worker protection, and social welfare thereby by ensuring they could massively increase profits by having stuff made in China then sold to the Westerners who once worked in their factories, paid taxes, and had a chance to finding a good manufacturing job for themselves and their children.

  47. feelthebern says:

    Retard

  48. feelthebern says:

    Fuck

  49. feelthebern says:

    Shit

  50. feelthebern says:

    Repo

  51. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Whattabout a 100% ethanol brew then?

    Not easy to get.
    Ethanol forms an azeotrope with water at 95.6%.
    You’d have to dry it out using a dessicant to get to 100%.

  52. feelthebern says:

    RBA

  53. Tailgunner says:

    Yes,egg, some good footage on my mates extensive private road network.
    But I’ll have to use a computer to get the clips from my 4k video can to YouTube.
    My people are working on it,fkn

  54. feelthebern says:

    Well I’m lost.
    My post on the RBA’s totally activity is stuck in moderation.
    & all my naughty words seem be ok.

  55. Struth says:

    “Total cases: 7,038” is incorrect and to say so only hyper-inflates the severity of this. That number includes presumptive positives. There are only 545 confirmed cases in the US as of today. Please correct your information.

  56. Struth says:

    To calculate the burden of 2009 pandemic influenza A (pH1N1) in the United States, we extrapolated from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Emerging Infections Program laboratory-confirmed hospitalizations across the entire United States, and then corrected for under reporting. From 12 April 2009 to 10 April 2010, we estimate that approximately 60.8 million cases (range: 43.3-89.3 million), 274,304 hospitalizations (195,086-402,719), and 12,469 deaths (8868-18,306) occurred in the United States due to pH1N1. Eighty-seven percent of deaths occurred in those under 65 years of age with children and working adults having risks of hospitalization and death 4 to 7 times and 8 to 12 times greater, respectively, than estimates of impact due to seasonal influenza covering the years 1976-2001. In our study, adults 65 years of age or older were found to have rates of hospitalization and death that were up to 75% and 81%, respectively, lower than seasonal influenza. These results confirm the necessity of a concerted public health response to pH1N1.

  57. Tailgunner says:

    Ethanol forms an azeotrope with water at 95.6%.
    You’d have to dry it out using a dessicant to get to 100%.

    Bruce is Walter White.
    Confirmed.
    I’m coming to Ncl soon to make you an offer you can’t refuse.
    #MadMax

  58. Makka says:

    Link struth?

  59. Infidel Tiger says:

    Never waste a crisis.

    Well the wrong people certainly aren’t.

  60. Tailgunner says:

    RBA is a naughty word now, Bernie.
    Even on Australia’s leading economics blog.
    🤣🤣🤣
    Fkn dog xunts

  61. Tailgunner says:

    Give me the recipe,Bruce, or the fkn magpie gets it!!!!

  62. Tailgunner says:

    Makka!
    Where you been, weak sauce??
    🤣

  63. cohenite says:

    ‘I’m gonna come after you’: Peter Dutton issues stark warning to busload hoarders

    With a tonne of bricks, or a wet lettuce leaf, which ever is most convenient. I’m not interested until I see him striding down the main street of Narrabri with a glock on his hip.

  64. Struth says:

    I thought this comment interesting.

    Everyone keep reporting back with ground level reports.

    Since the general public has the attention span of a gnat,
    by the end of the week, I think perceptions will be beginning
    to change. I’m already hearing begrudging support of Trump’s
    policies from black co workers. Already hearing grumpling
    about how “stupid” shutting down everything is from my waitress
    working, Trump hating daughter. The dam is starting to have
    some cracks.

    People are being separated from their facetime propagandists.
    Especially gen x ers and millenials. No bitching about Trump with
    their friends at Starbucks. It’s drive through only. No indoctrination
    at the middle school, high school, and college by their instructors
    and professors. They are all closed.

    That overbearing kid at the dorm who controls the discussion,
    pushes Bernie and socialism 24/7? Back home with his parents.

    That Trump hating feminist that ties every and all things evil to
    men and Trump? Back home.

    I hate all that is happening with businesses closing, people not
    congregating. But we have an opportunity here.

    If the bubble isn’t occupied, and air isn’t being pumped into it
    it collapses. The narrative bubble relies on mighty support from
    the MSM, the education crowd, the SJW crowd. Among the non
    and underemployed ( college kids, service industry millenials)
    the education crowd and SJW crowd are being removed from
    their midst.

    And, they don’t watch TV. They don’t watch CNN, MSNBC.
    Or even network sitcoms. A 46 inch tv sits in the family room,
    gathering dust. My millenial kids only use it to game on. No
    networks shows. No cable shows. A little Netflix. Some anime.

    The millenials have time on their hands. Time to think. Without
    anybody around them telling them what is good and bad.
    I’m praying REAL hard about this time, and hoping they’ll use
    it wisely.

  65. Fisky says:

    The official name of this virus is the “Chinese Coronavirus”, according to CNN. All Leftists MUST call this by its proper name at once!

    CNN
    @CNN
    A new Chinese coronavirus, a cousin of the SARS virus, has infected more than 200 people since the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December. Scientist Leo Poon, who first decoded the virus, thinks it likely started in an animal and spread to humans.
    4:16 PM · Jan 21, 2020

  66. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Anhydrous magnesium sulfate Gunner.
    Don’t hurt my magpie!

  67. Makka says:

    Lurking Gunner, watching you lot of reprobates.

  68. Struth says:

    Old Ozzies last link

  69. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Here you go Gunner, a vid explaining it!

  70. Porter says:

    This was identified as an issue Monday.
    It’s four days later and they still haven’t gotten around to having the meeting.
    If it wasn’t so bloody pathetic, I’d be pissing myself larfing.

    Sounds like the SA government talking about relaxing shopping hour restrictions for the same reason. Now we are in a situation where they are closing shops early!

    This is the first thing they should have done: just gotten rid of all these unnecessarily regulations which slow down the supply chaing. They would still have the safety and compliance regs to make sure they are not overworking drivers etc and encouraging accidents. Sure that won’t have solved everything in this just-in-time world but nimble players would have adjusted to that as well – modern inventory and supply chain systems are fully automated so you can even redirect trucks on the road if you need to and/or buy up warehousing services.

  71. Fisky says:

    Full travel ban announced. Total shut down. This is the end of libertarianism! It’s finished!

    Matt Barrie
    @matt_barrie
    ·
    39s
    FORTRESS AUSTRALIA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a travel ban will be placed on all non-residents and non-citizens coming to Australia. The ban will be effective from 9pm on Friday. #auspol #ausbiz

  72. Dr Faustus says:

    Australian borders closed to non-residents from 9:00pm Friday.

  73. old bloke says:

    feelthebern
    #3363943, posted on March 19, 2020 at 1:55 pm

    & China announces a $US500m line of credit to Sri Lanka.
    Boom!

    That will probably be used to develop this.

  74. zyconoclast says:

    Could help avoiding the virus,
    I said ‘Could’, not will.

    You could try this from the sun.co.uk
    NSFW

    BIZARRE MYTH Woman has a GRIM way of beating coronavirus – but doctors say it doesn’t work

  75. Tailgunner says:

    Thank you Bruce. Bookmarked for Ron.
    Here, have the bloody magpie.
    Xunt bit me six times….

  76. Stimpson J. Cat says:

    Libertarians, Globalists, on suicide watch.

    RIP.

  77. Struth says:

    39s
    FORTRESS AUSTRALIA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a travel ban will be placed on all non-residents and non-citizens coming to Australia. The ban will be effective from 9pm on Friday. #auspol #ausbiz

    Six people dead.

    Now, whaddaya think is going on?

    Ol’ “How high” Morrison is jumping to the communist MSM tune.

  78. Tailgunner says:

    Lurking Gunner, watching you lot of reprobates.
    Good man.
    Don’t be shy.
    We miss you man.

  79. Tailgunner says:

    Stimps, I have six pairs of crappy jeans ready for the snip.
    Do I need more???
    #rationbooks,people!

  80. Howard Hill says:

    rickw
    #3364121, posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:36 pm

    Any elderly cats in far outer Melbourne east suburbs unable to shop, drop a msg on this thread.

    It’s actually not that bad out here, rickw. There’s some shortages of the white roll stuff but you can still get it. Our local shops are all doing fine. Even have a local supermarket that’s stocked to the brim, though $7.00 bucks a can of coke probably explains that phenomenon. I guess the country towns are only selling coke for $6.50 a can 🙂

  81. Infidel Tiger says:

    Australian borders closed to non-residents from 9:00pm Friday.

    Immigration ponzi continues unabated.

    They are all classed as residents.

  82. Tailgunner says:

    I’m already hearing begrudging support of Trump’s
    policies from black co workers.

    Infidel Tiger BTFO, confirmed!
    Blacks4Trump is Real News!
    Ma’niggazz!!!
    Trump to Win by more than 16 still 4/1 with idiots watching their algorithm change by the minute.
    Sucked in xunts!!
    $$$

  83. Tailgunner says:

    Dr Faustus
    #3364197, posted on March 19, 2020 at 4:08 pm
    Australian borders closed to non-residents from 9:00pm Friday.

    Big if true

  84. old bloke says:

    Tailgunner
    #3364141, posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:45 pm

    Whattabout a 100% ethanol brew then?
    Science!

    I’ve got it figured, “Tailgunner” is Bob Katter.

  85. Howard Hill says:

    Whattabout a 100% ethanol brew then?
    Science!

    Any higher than 50% and you’re playing with fire, Tailgunner.

  86. twostix says:

    FORTRESS AUSTRALIA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a travel ban will be placed on all non-residents and non-citizens coming to Australia. The ban will be effective from 9pm on Friday. #auspol #ausbiz

    Until?

  87. C.L. says:

    Australian borders closed to non-residents from 9:00pm Friday.

    The horse phoned. Said he loves the new paddock he bolted to a fortnight ago.

  88. Shy Ted says:

    Well look at that, Melbourne is cheaper than Iraq.
    1 package of marlboro cigarettes in other cities
    In Brussels the price is 129% more expensive than in Phuket
    In Melbourne the price is 545% more expensive than in Phuket
    In Pereira the price is 61% cheaper than in Phuket
    In Nerima the price is 21% more expensive than in Phuket
    In Al Basrah al Qadimah the price is 549% more expensive than in Phuket
    In Zaragoza the price is 71% more expensive than in Phuket
    In Kozhikode the price is 21% cheaper than in Phuket
    In Santa Marta the price is 53% cheaper than in Phuket

  89. Struth says:

    Like sticking a rabbit proof fence around the coastline of Australia after ou have alread introduced the rabbits

  90. Struth says:

    Now it’s happening, feel sick in the guts much?

  91. Porter says:

    Well I’m lost.
    My post on the RBA’s totally activity is stuck in moderation.
    & all my naughty words seem be ok.

    Yes I have a couple in mod as well. Patience is a virtue even if tolerance is not.

  92. Infidel Tiger says:

    More people have had sex changes in Australia than caught Wuhan Flu this year.

  93. Howard Hill says:

    Could there be a retaliation from this? Is that why they scared people shitless into stocking up and staying in their bunkers?

    The whole saga smells of bat caka!

  94. Howard Hill says:

    kaka even

  95. JC says:

    Infidel Tiger
    #3364233, posted on March 19, 2020 at 4:28 pm

    More people have had sex changes in Australia than caught Wuhan Flu this year.

    Yea but today the increase in case loads rose 40%.

  96. Infidel Tiger says:

    Yea but today the increase in case loads rose 40%.

    Show your maths.

    Here’s the official figures:

    As at 6.30am on 19 March 2020, there have been 565 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia. There have been 111 new cases since 6.30am yesterday.

  97. egg_ says:

    Local Coles only had Lite milk of any variety – obviously, pensioners don’t drink the crap.

  98. Mitch M. says:

    Infidel Tiger
    #3364233, posted on March 19, 2020 at 4:28 pm
    More people have had sex changes in Australia than caught Wuhan Flu this year.

    6 men a day commit suicide.

  99. Beachcomber says:

    Maybe I’ve become an anti-establishment, anti-state old grouch, but I find myself in full agreement with everything in this essay. It applies to Australia and the West in general.
    The Only Pandemic in America Is That of Unbridled Fear and a Total Lack of Intelligent Thought
    (Listed in the LewRockwell.com home page index ,Thursday, March 19th, 2020. Seems like deep-linking is not permitted.)

  100. H B Bear says:

    No use closing the borders when you have been selling citizenship for the past 30 years.

  101. Tailgunner says:

    Now it’s happening, feel sick in the guts much?

    Is this what Winning feels like?
    Hahaha, why,yes,yes it is!!!
    The looters will be easily robbed/disposed of when the reckoning starts.
    She’ll be right, m8s!!
    AltStraya

  102. Infidel Tiger says:

    Octogenarians are strolling around with gay abandon.

    They are loving the opens spaces and no pesky Boomers around.

  103. Howard Hill says:

    China Takes Axe To Alternative Energy Funding, Slashing Subsidies For Solar And Wind.

    Seeing as our quislings here love following the chunks so much, maybe they could follow their lead on this one as well?

  104. feelthebern says:

    6 men a day commit suicide.

    More than that.

  105. feelthebern says:

    They are loving the opens spaces and no pesky Boomers around.

    Look what happens when the boomers all make the decisions.
    Eric Weinstein put a piece out of this a month ago.

  106. Tailgunner says:

    Yea but today the increase in case loads rose 40%

    JC calling his own Hotline, but can’t get through!
    What a time to be alive!
    🤣🤣🤣

  107. egg_ says:

    today the increase in case loads rose 40%.

    Not much of a departure from the world average of 33%.

  108. JC says:

    Here:

    I saw 450 cases yesterday. Today there are 636 cases. 636-450 = 186/450 =.4133%

  109. feelthebern says:

    Eric Weinstein posted a piece on this meeting with Epstein about a decade ago.
    He called him a construct.
    Weinstein reckoned that Epstein was either a CIA or Mossad agent (or both).

  110. Porter says:

    Australian borders closed to non-residents from 9:00pm Friday.

    Going to be tough for the tourist sector especially places like KI which also got hit by the fires, but if it also means no more immigrants for a while that can be a good thing.
    On the other hand they have given work rights to foreign nursing students here. Bit pre-emptive I think.

  111. H B Bear says:

    So long Population Ponzi GDP growth.

    It was fun while it lasted. Unless you were trying to buy a house.

  112. JC says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe I saw there were 450 cases yesterday on the corona meter Olympic medals scoreboard.

  113. Porter says:

    Corona virus is the gift that keeps on giving, Howard. I am wondering how the anus cure is going. It’s been a while since we had a Darwin award.

  114. Infidel Tiger says:

    Nice link to Carnival Cruises, JC!!!

    Did you just rickroll me?!

  115. egg_ says:

    Octogenarians are strolling around with gay abandon.

    They are loving the opens spaces and no pesky Boomers around.

    It’s a peaceful easy feeling strolling amongst the oldies.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKpay8gumw0

  116. feelthebern says:

    Full RBA summary.

    • Cutting its target cash rate to 0.25 per cent to encourage banks to further drop borrowing rates for businesses and households;
    • Commencing purchases of Australian government bonds to maintain a 3 year government bond yield of only 0.25 per cent, and to also support the liquidity of that market, which Governor Lowe said has become “impaired”. This will reduce the cost of longer-term, fixed-rate (as opposed to floating-rate) business and household loans that partly price off the 3 year government bond yield;
    Offering banks a longer-term funding facility of at least $90 billion on a 3 year basis at an ultra-cheap cost of just 0.25 per cent;
    • Working with the AOFM to launch an AOFM-managed $15 billion direct investment program in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) and asset-backed securities (ABS). I have suggested at least $50 billion. This will further reduce the cost of borrowing for small business, households, and individuals via the AOFM funding highly rated and securitised pools of these assets at a cost, or spread, that is normalised. That is, not at current costs, which are enormously distorted by the virus-induced volatility.
    • Continue to offer very cheap secured term funding to banks of up to 6 months or more at a cost of about 30 basis points (or 0.3 per cent) above the cash rate via the RBA’s existing repurchase (or repo) arrangements.

    I’ve cut & paste from the Chris Joye article.

  117. feelthebern says:

    That bolded bit will need to be increased to about half a trill.

  118. egg_ says:

    Corona virus is the gift that keeps on giving,

    For the malevolent.

  119. Tailgunner says:

    Trump is leading the world on the Chinese China Virus.
    He’ll do what needs to be done. No doubt.
    He’s a Leader.
    The Great Depression+eleventy plays right to his strengths.
    Trump is god.
    40 states++
    4/1.
    Then put the profits into Syd Airport for passive income for Forward in the Day.
    My caravan just got 10ft bigger!

  120. Helen says:

    Shopper mad for real meat, leaving fake meat on the shelves. Lining up at butcher shops, rationed at colesworth, trying to buy straight off the back of delivery trucks, yet real fake meat – well you couldn’t give it away.

    LOLS

  121. Pyrmonter says:

    @ Porter

    Unless you sell more than 75k of toilet paper (unlikley) you don’t need to charge GST (and can’t claim it back)

  122. feelthebern says:

    Working with the AOFM to launch an AOFM-managed $15 billion direct investment program in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) and asset-backed securities (ABS). I have suggested at least $50 billion. This will further reduce the cost of borrowing for small business, households, and individuals via the AOFM funding highly rated and securitised pools of these assets at a cost, or spread, that is normalised. That is, not at current costs, which are enormously distorted by the virus-induced volatility.

    Re this bit.
    People should be very concerned whey this has to be offered.
    This says that some parties were going to go to the wall.
    All in less than two weeks people.

  123. Helen says:

    Just been announced complete ban on non residents coming into Australia from 9.00 am tomorrow. So my African farmer family in limbo – dont know how long for.

  124. Howard Hill says:

    I am wondering how the anus cure is going

    I’m not familiar with that one. Is that like sticking a metho covered dong up ya clacker?

  125. Tailgunner says:

    Country Cats W/firearms, get your insurance sorted – farm burgs are coming into fashion.
    The revolution needs hardware.

  126. Infidel Tiger says:

    Comfortably Smug
    @ComfortablySmug

    Journos: “Sure, China puts uighur people in concentration camps and uses them as slave labor, but don’t you dare try to hold them accountable for unleashing this hell plague on the world. Calling a virus from China a Chinese virus is racist!”

  127. Mitch M. says:

    feelthebern
    #3364249, posted on March 19, 2020 at 4:36 pm
    6 men a day commit suicide.

    More than that.

    The number of male suicides rose from 1,785 in 2009 to 2,320 in 2018 with an average of 8 Australians a day taking their own lives, six men and two women.

    The Australian Men’s Health Forum, the peak body for men’s health, has called for a national action plan to prevent male suicide.

    https://www.amhf.org.au/call_for_action_as_male_suicide_up_30_in_a_decade

    The above is the official stat. It may well be higher because of occult suicides but then we are in guessing territory. The official figures are bad enough and I think the real rate will not be much higher because suicide is now documented much more thoroughly than in the past.

  128. JC says:

    Commencing purchases of Australian government bonds to maintain a 3 year government bond yield of only 0.25 per cent,

    That’s fucking laughable.

  129. Tailgunner says:

    I’m going to find Constantin.
    Dead or Alive.
    The AltStraya monument builders will appreciate an actual body to model from.
    AltStraya!

  130. egg_ says:

    FORTRESS AUSTRALIA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a travel ban will be placed on all non-residents and non-citizens coming to Australia. The ban will be effective from 9pm on Friday. #auspol #ausbiz

    They don’t call him SloMo for nothing.

  131. Helen says:

    Italy

    The grim rates come as a new study finds a growing number of those infected in Italy are now aged between 19 – 50.

    OZ

  132. Infidel Tiger says:

    FORTRESS AUSTRALIA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a travel ban will be placed on all non-residents and non-citizens coming to Australia. The ban will be effective from 9pm on Friday. #auspol #ausbiz

    I think I demanded that about Jan 21st.

  133. Fisky says:

    This is a watershed moment in our history. We now have a complete ban on immigration. Soon we will get used to this, enjoy its upside, and demand a permanent extension.

    A wonderful day for this country!

  134. Infidel Tiger says:

    https://twitter.com/GrowtheFKUP/status/1240442341040758791

    Yeah boyz!

    Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia united!

    Fuck China!

  135. Tailgunner says:

    “is it time for us to bash each other in the head and scoop out the goo inside??
    Yes,Kent, it is”
    H/t Simpsons CDC guy

  136. Tailgunner says:

    A wonderful day for this country!

    High Energy!
    MAGA

  137. Howard Hill says:

    Just more scaremongering, Helen. The youngest death so far in Italy was a 79 year old already dying of something else.

  138. feelthebern says:

    The RBA made us wait for two weeks for that?
    What the actual fuck.
    How many inclusion meetings did they have during that same time period?

  139. JC says:

    Infidel Tiger
    #3364262, posted on March 19, 2020 at 4:41 pm

    Nice link to Carnival Cruises, JC!!!

    Did you just rickroll me?!

    Oh shit. I meant the link to Corona Olympic medal winners. You know the page. Go take a look and stop being a lazy fuck

  140. Fisky says:

    A glorious day indeed. Immigration is now BANNED! Suck shit libertarians your failed ideology is FINISHED! Soon we will start nationalising corporations as we should have years ago.

  141. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    This one’s for connoisseurs of good Scotch on the Cat – Glenrothes make a pretty good Speyside single malt – matured in sherry seasoned casks, and $80 a bottle, as opposed to a hundred for most other Speysides. Decent drop.

  142. egg_ says:

    Building report.
    White wash cloth still there.
    Got some lip from the smug M0ntyesque nerd who helps out the maintenance staff, so I changed the WiFi router’s default ‘admin’ password.
    Eebil?

  143. JC says:

    Fisky

    So you’ve morphed into a Bernie Bro now? Stop it because you’re dragging Artie along with you.

  144. egg_ says:

    Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia united!

    Malaysian Chinese (Christian) ex GF referred to Honkies as coarse and so was their harshly spoken native tongue.

  145. MatrixTransform says:

    closed borders?

    not JIT enough

    The missus tells me they just disembarked a couple of thousand from a cruise ship in Melb.

    The Corona Princess or something.

    It’s the one the MiL was intending to take a jolly in

  146. Infidel Tiger says:

    Fisky

    So you’ve morphed into a Bernie Bro now? Stop it because you’re dragging Artie along with you.

    Fisky and I are a unity ticket.

    I’m the uncouth muscle. He’s the eloquent brains.

  147. Fisky says:

    I’m loving each and every development. I actually support the Chi-com hoarders because they are helping to expose the fraud that we are a coherent country. But we will soon take it back!

  148. JC says:

    I can’t believe some of you knuckle heads are so panicked you want to nationalize the airlines….. because they ran so well when they were manned by public servants. You guy don’t seem to recall the almost weekly strikes those parasites were pulling. Stop jumping off the cliff! If the airlines go bust it means existing shareholders get thrown out of the cabin and an new set of shareholders come in- the debtors. No biggie. That’s what should happen.

  149. Infidel Tiger says:

    Can you feel it?

    Righteousness looms!

    Gird your loins.

  150. Infidel Tiger says:

    48 rolls of bog paper just delivered to office!

    What a day! That should last the sheilas here 48 hours.

  151. Fisky says:

    There are no Leftists complaining about the Immigration Ban now. That’s because they’ve been yelling themselves hoarse about the need to close down schools. So they are totally neutered.

    Immigration restriction is now official government policy, it is mainstream, good for public health, morally just, and good for the economy in the long run. We have won.

  152. Tailgunner says:

    . But we will soon take it back!

    Fisk, stop, man- you’ll have a fkn heart attack mate!
    It’s only a Stalingrad in the context of the wider war.
    But it’s looking promising!
    Get excited!

  153. egg_ says:

    The grim rates come as a new study finds a growing number of those infected in Italy are now aged between 19 – 50.

    Itinerant chunk workers?

  154. calli says:

    The grim rates come as a new study finds a growing number of those infected in Italy are now aged between 19 – 50.

    Would those be part of the 200,000 guest workers?

    There seems to be no identifiers anywhere of whether the sick people are ethnic Chinese or locals.

    Except the dead here.

  155. calli says:

    Ha! Good egg.

  156. Tailgunner says:

    Fight, you bastards!!

  157. JC says:

    Immigration restriction is now official government policy, it is mainstream, good for public health, morally just, and good for the economy in the long run. We have won.

    Fisk, new immigrants will simply receive a test at the border. Stop over-egging it.

  158. calli says:

    Labor’s White Australia Policy redux.

  159. Mitch M. says:

    egg_
    #3364316, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:07 pm
    The grim rates come as a new study finds a growing number of those infected in Italy are now aged between 19 – 50.

    Itinerant chunk workers?

    I’m waiting for data on the lung damage issue because yesterday some doctors in Belgium reported extraordinarily high rates of lung damage in otherwise healthy, non-smoking individuals across the age spectrum. At this point we don’t know but the extent of lung damage strongly suggests complete recovery will not occur. So irrespective of the death rate avoiding the virus is one of the most important things we can do for our future health.

  160. Old School Conservative says:

    Jordan Peterson has been Twittering.
    Hope that means he is well on the mend.

  161. MatrixTransform says:

    All Ords about 500-ish from busted all the way back to 2012

    I wish I had those 2012 USDs that I talked about buying back then

  162. JC says:

    Mitch

    I don’t believe that at first blush. We need to see more info.

  163. Tailgunner says:

    Was there any stock traders/lawyers/HR folk/any socialist justicism types in MadMax2?
    No, there wasn’t!
    Bring something to the table or your out,mofos!
    With extreme right wing prejudice!

  164. egg_ says:

    I’m waiting for data on the lung damage issue because yesterday some doctors in Belgium reported extraordinarily high rates of lung damage in otherwise healthy, non-smoking individuals across the age spectrum. At this point we don’t know but the extent of lung damage strongly suggests complete recovery will not occur. So irrespective of the death rate avoiding the virus is one of the most important things we can do for our future health.

    Aren’t Asians predisposed to the targetting of a particular lung protein?

  165. Infidel Tiger says:

    The grim rates come as a new study finds a growing number of those infected in Italy are now aged between 19 – 50.

    Italian stats or Chinese Stats.

    Only thing more unreliable are their cars.

  166. calli says:

    Lung damage seems pretty obvious to me. And I’ve mentioned it to family members who have asthma.

    Some of us are old enough to remember when TB was still a widespread problem.

  167. Mitch M. says:

    JC
    #3364327, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:13 pm
    Mitch

    I don’t believe that at first blush. We need to see more info.

    I wrote I’m waiting. At this point in time though better to be prudent than contemplate saving up for an oxygen bottle and\or respirator.

  168. Mitch M. says:

    Aren’t Asians predisposed to the targetting of a particular lung protein?

    It was a report from Belgium about Belgium patients.

  169. Fisky says:

    Fisk, new immigrants will simply receive a test at the border. Stop over-egging it.

    Wrong!

    All foreigner travellers will be banned from entering Australia from 9:00pm AEDT tomorrow.

    Key points:
    All non-residents will be banned from arriving in Australia from 9:00pm AEDT on Friday

    It replaces earlier travel bans on foreigners coming from China, Iran, Italy and South Korea

    Australians who return from overseas will still need to isolate themselves for a fortnight

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the enhanced border measures in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

    It applies to all non-citizens and non-residents.

    Australians will still be able to return from overseas but they will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

    The Government had previously banned foreign nationals from coming to Australia from China, Iran, Italy and South Korea.

  170. egg_ says:

    Good egg.

    The password change?
    The MoFo might have to hard reset the router to get back to the default.

  171. JC says:

    You know, Australian 10 year bonds rose in yield today. The US 10 year did as well overnight. I really don’t know how to read this – if it’s good or really bad.

    Good. the Bond market is normalizing due to massive pumping

    Bad. Everything fell last night except bonds which may also mean people are losing faith in the financial system.

  172. Tailgunner says:

    Got some lip from the smug M0ntyesque nerd

    Lol, this crew are terrified of The Rope.
    Sucked in!
    Say your prayers,mofos!

  173. Porter says:

    While most of Victoria’s COVID-19 cases have centred on Melbourne, there have now been three cases recorded in greater Geelong, while others infected people have been isolated in the Latrobe Valley and Ballarat.

    Although seven people are recovering from coronavirus in Victorian hospitals, 28 of the states 150 cases have already fully recovered.

    Sending kids home from universities back to the farm can spread it further

  174. JC says:

    Fisk

    I’m talking about long term measures after we get out of this ummm hump. They are not stopping immigration. Period. Stop the dreaming.

  175. Fisky says:

    A total and comprehensive ban on immigration will be in force from tomorrow evening 9pm Sydney time. I will be cracking open a bottle or two to celebrate this marvelous and historic event!

  176. zyconoclast says:

    EXCLUSIVE: US car giant General Motors is offering Holden dealers car servicing contracts for only five years following the shutdown of the iconic brand.

    However, the company previously told the public it will provide customers with technical support for “at least 10 years”.

    A confidential proposal sent to dealers, a copy of which was obtained by Drive, guarantees parts and servicing backup for Australia’s 1.6 million Holden owners for only the next five years, to the end of 2025.

  177. Tailgunner says:

    But we’ll keep Monty. We need someone to try&catch the razor sharp aluminium boomerang for the amusement of the crowd.
    And he’ll be on a savage diet
    🤣

  178. calli says:

    I know you just said something to me, egg_. But I can’t for the life of me understand it.

    It was simply another form of Snap! after we made the same comment in different ways.

  179. egg_ says:

    Lung damage

    May point to (escaped) biowarfare – it doesn’t have to be Engineered, just bred from a particular strain.

  180. shatterzzz says:

    Immigration restriction is now official government policy, it is mainstream, good for public health, morally just, and good for the economy in the long run. We have won.
    Fisk, new immigrants will simply receive a test at the border. Stop over-egging it.

    They’ve already been accepted so if they make the airport there is nowhere to send them back to … it’ll be go thru the motions and welcome to country.

  181. JC says:

    Egg

    Nothing personal and no harm meant, but I think you were bred in a lab too.

  182. Tailgunner says:

    JC, the Sydney Airport bottom updates,please?
    Investment Cats are watching…..

  183. Infidel Tiger says:

    If you get China Flu can you just stay home, drink and smoke darts, or do you have to be professionally quarantined?

  184. egg_ says:

    Yeah, thought it was a Snap! comment.

  185. Porter says:

    It’s been a long while since I went to a casino and when I did it was formal dress and very refined.
    This is Crown casino today:
    https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/venues-breaching-crowd-limit-to-be-slapped-with-100k-fines/news-story/c1197f4e0b3c072af02b82f97072a77c

  186. H B Bear says:

    Who will buy those dog box Meriton apartments now?

  187. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
    #3364296, posted on March 19, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    +1
    Glenrothes is in my top dozen scotch list.

  188. Fisky says:

    Australians will get used to the immigration ban and demand it be extended. The benefits – less congestion and fewer ChinaVirus infections – will be obvious in a months’ time.

    Extend the ban forever!

  189. Tailgunner says:

    I’ll ask my man, Ross, who is in quarters near Collingwood as we speak.
    Hold on a sec….

  190. egg_ says:

    Nothing personal and no harm meant

    Yea
    Yea
    Yea

  191. Fisky says:

    Real Mark Latham
    @RealMarkLatham
    ·
    4m
    Enjoying your newfound ease in moving around Sydney (and other major cities), with everyone getting a seat on public transport and the roads actually flowing?
    This is what we could have had if not for Big Australia migration, over-population and congestion.
    Tragic, really.

    Correct. This is why Australians support the Immigration Ban and want it to remain in place forever!

  192. JC says:

    gunner. Not yet. I think there’s a little more downside. But tomorrow buy 25% of what you want to end up with and keep adding over a while.

  193. H B Bear says:

    The days of putting on a diamanté G string to go to casino are long gone.

  194. Farmer Gez says:

    I’ve got a daughter coming back today from Uni.
    She’s got more to worry about on our town after the feral shop ferrets have put their scent all over the local supermarket.

  195. Tailgunner says:

    Hey, geezer!
    Can’t believe you fkn made it, mate 🤣🤣
    Give me three points about quarantine for my fans online…
    At least you’ve got your chick with you…or you hate each other now after too many Monopoly arguments?
    🤣🤣

    My actual text to the dude.

  196. bundyrum says:

    A lot of permanent resindence permits are granted in the home country, so this will be just smoke & mirrors.
    Another political lie by slomo.

  197. Infidel Tiger says:

    It was a report from Belgium about Belgium patients.

    There are about 6 Belgians left in Belgium.

  198. Mitch M. says:

    egg_
    #3364344, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:20 pm
    Lung damage

    May point to (escaped) biowarfare – it doesn’t have to be Engineered, just bred from a particular strain.

    Why? Earlier today I published a study which dismissed the claim of bioengineering. Lung damage occurs in other conditions, by what rationale do you deem it evidence of an engineered strain because of lung damage? Computer says no.

  199. H B Bear says:

    JC doesn’t even iron his jeans.

  200. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Who will buy those dog box Meriton apartments now?

    Bussers, HB. They got to have somewhere to stash all the groceries they just bought.

  201. zyconoclast says:

    Extend the ban forever!

    +++

  202. bespoke says:

    I blame Arky

  203. JC says:

    The days of putting on a diamanté G string

    I saw a vid of a dude putting on a g-string around his stupid face/head as a mask. It looked like it could work.

  204. egg_ says:

    Are JC and M0nty going out for bat soup?

  205. JC says:

    JC doesn’t even iron his jeans.

    Correct,

  206. egg_ says:

    Did any floor traders suicide today?

  207. Dr Faustus says:

    With the best bounce, for the next few years Australia will be a shot economy, swimming with struggling industries and undead businesses propped up with public money. Top Government priority will be getting unemployment down and recovering control of the massive emergency spending.

    Second top priority will be protecting the public sector and all its works from fear and loathing in the general community.

    Will be an acid test of how committed the political class is to unaccountable spending sprees, doubling the price of electricity by subsidising windmills, deadhand regulation, and redistributing shrunken wealth into progressive social programs.

  208. Infidel Tiger says:

    Real Mark Latham
    @RealMarkLatham
    ·
    4m
    Enjoying your newfound ease in moving around Sydney (and other major cities), with everyone getting a seat on public transport and the roads actually flowing?
    This is what we could have had if not for Big Australia migration, over-population and congestion.
    Tragic, really.

    Yep. All the staff talking about how easy it is to zoom around the city.

    Only other people on the road are the mighty Sikh delivery boys, keeping the town running.

    God bless them.

  209. EvilElvis says:

    Ahhh, daughters returning to their small regional towns after being exposed to every kind of China related bug there is in city universities.

    #coronalyfe #spreaditgyrls

  210. Megan says:

    This one’s for connoisseurs of good Scotch on the Cat – Glenrothes make a pretty good Speyside single malt – matured in sherry seasoned casks, and $80 a bottle, as opposed to a hundred for most other Speysides. Decent drop.

    Am officially in your debt. If I have whisky and chocolate (and I have plenty of both) then food becomes irrelevant. Not toilet paper, that’s never irrelevant.

  211. feelthebern says:

    I was just told trade in the Aussie 10 year bond was halted earlier today.
    It was a flash crash of sorts.
    Well done RBA.

  212. EvilElvis says:

    Oops, forget the…

    …what could go wrong?

  213. egg_ says:

    May point to (escaped) biowarfare – it doesn’t have to be Engineered, just bred from a particular strain.

  214. Fisky says:

    Rachel Clarke
    @doctor_oxford
    ·
    12h
    So society’s *real* key workers have just been revealed.

    Not the bankers. Not the traders. Not the elite hedge fund managers.

    It’s the nurses. The doctors. The delivery drivers. The carers. The porters. The teachers. The shelf stackers. The check out staff.

    #COVID19

    We are learning which jobs are essential in society, and which should be abolished forever!

  215. JC says:

    I haven’t gone up-screen today. Can someone tell me if Porterloo has been bawling about me and stimson today. I noticed yesterday he was babbling about me and stimson making him cry. I have no idea what Stimson did though.

  216. Farmer Gez says:

    Pssst….I heard a rumour.
    They reckon the Chicoms engineered the COVID-19 escape to dump the markets, buy back in at the bottom and get a huge grip on the majors worldwide.
    It’s doing the rounds.

  217. Tailgunner says:

    🤙
    Thanks JC. I’ll pass that along to my nervous investment clients…
    My intuition agrees with that kind of strategy.
    A second chance @Sydney Airport?
    Buying in, years later, from Cats spruiking their/your foresight BITD, at a substantially lower price?
    Priceless.
    #RetirementVanlyfe

  218. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    Extend the ban forever!

    Unlikely. But now with free time on its hands, The Immigration Department could use it wisely and focus on strategies to weed out the type of migrants the Australian people don’t want. The fancies of politicians and noisy opportunists should be discounted entirely.

  219. Sinclair Davidson says:

    Another Bird sock?

    Smite.

  220. JC says:

    feelthebern
    #3364383, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:28 pm

    I was just told trade in the Aussie 10 year bond was halted earlier today.
    It was a flash crash of sorts.
    Well done RBA.

    Gee, I missed that. That’s very ungood.

  221. Megan says:

    The days of putting on a diamanté G string

    I saw a vid of a dude putting on a g-string around his stupid face/head as a mask. It looked like it could work.

    Try cutting a bra in half and using the cup with a bit of elastic either side. Not the lacy or diamanté ones though.

  222. egg_ says:

    I haven’t gone up-screen today.

    How big is this keyboard warrior, Gunner?

  223. Fisky says:

    Pssst….I heard a rumour.
    They reckon the Chicoms engineered the COVID-19 escape to dump the markets, buy back in at the bottom and get a huge grip on the majors worldwide.
    It’s doing the rounds.

    So basically, they’re doing to the world economy what they are doing to regional supermarkets around Australia. Makes sense.

  224. EvilElvis says:

    Pssst….I heard a rumour.
    They reckon the Chicoms engineered the COVID-19 escape to dump the markets, buy back in at the bottom and get a huge grip on the majors worldwide.
    It’s doing the rounds.

    Do I know you, Gez? I was just chatting to a bloke who threw that out! Haha.

  225. Roger says:

    A total and comprehensive ban on immigration will be in force from tomorrow evening 9pm Sydney time.

    I’d wager migrants in the queu have been advised normal service will resume when the virus crisis passes.

  226. JC says:

    We are learning which jobs are essential in society, and which should be abolished forever!

    We are? Which ones. Name a few.

    Fisky, you really shouldn’t comment about this shit after suggesting we should hire Emily from the HR department of Human Services to be the new QAN CEO after its nationalized.

  227. Old School Conservative says:

    Some creative thinking.

    Mr Joyce said Woolworths boss Brad Banducci had contacted him to see if Qantas hosties could work in customer service and baggage handlers could stock shelves until the airline was back in the air.
    (The Telegraph)

  228. zyconoclast says:

    <i<This one’s for connoisseurs of good Scotch on the Cat – Glenrothes make a pretty good Speyside single malt – matured in sherry seasoned casks, and $80 a bottle, as opposed to a hundred for most other Speysides. Decent drop.

    They also sell a bottle for $10k

  229. JC says:

    Fisky, here>

    Let’s get Emily, who works in HR at Aboriginal Hostels Limited, which is a government agency to run Qantas.

  230. Leo G says:

    May point to (escaped) biowarfare – it doesn’t have to be Engineered, just bred from a particular strain.

    Possibly bred from a strain of coronavirus recently circulating around the world- explaining the high proportion of those exposed to the virus in the present epidemic who appear to have natural immunity.
    Plausible, but highly unlikely.

  231. Fisky says:

    Pssst….I heard a rumour.
    They reckon the Chicoms engineered the COVID-19 escape to dump the markets, buy back in at the bottom and get a huge grip on the majors worldwide.
    It’s doing the rounds.

    Well, this is the gang who put 1-2 million people in concentration camps, harvests their organs (we know this is true, because in no other country can you book an organ transplant within a few days – impossible!), destroyed the rule of law in HK, and threatens to nuke Taiwan.

    I’m sure they would never crash the world economy on purpose! Impossible.

  232. Speedbox says:

    Zyconoclast
    #3364341, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:19 pm

    I would need to find it but I’m fairly sure that Federal legislation compels manufacturers to supply parts for a period of 10 years after they cease to supply a particular model (or make) in Australia.

  233. Farmer Gez says:

    As the Old Man used to say;
    Never believe a rumour until it’s officially denied.

  234. JC says:

    How about Michelle, she’s a little higher up than Emily.

    A/g Chief Financial Officer/Company Secretary
    Ms. Michelle Deavin

  235. Porter says:

    JC
    #3364388, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:29 pm

    Don’t be paranoid JC. I haven’t mentioned you once today. But I notice that I live inside your head. Might explain the smell.

  236. Porter says:

    Fisky
    #3364340, posted on March 19, 2020 at 5:19 pm

    Immigrants arrive here with residence visas – meaning they will be let in – so there will be no such ban unless you can provide documentary evidence otherwise.

  237. calli says:

    Try cutting a bra in half and using the cup with a bit of elastic either side. Not the lacy or diamanté ones though.

    Agile and innovative.

    I presume you would pinch the underwire with long nosed pliers to make the nose-bridge?

  238. Boambee John says:

    Somewhere in the world there are keen readers of Tom Clancy novels.

    Debt of Honour started with a cabal of Japanese businessmen and nationalists engineering a stock market meltdown, and ended with a 747 being flown into the Capitol building. Executive Orders and Rainbow Six both involved using viruses as a means to destroy the US (Executive Orders) or depopulate the world to save the environment (Rainbow Six).

    Let’s hope no-one gets bright ideas about Red Storm Rising or The Bear and the Dragon!

  239. JC says:

    Don’t be paranoid JC.

    Porterloo, you crying yesterday because Stimson and I were “nasty” to you.

    I haven’t mentioned you once today.

    Dunno about that because I haven’t checked and wouldn’t believe a fucking thing claimed because you’re quite dishonest. But as I said, your tearful comment was left here yesterday.

    But I notice that I live inside your head. Might explain the smell.

    Na, kind of looks like the other around from yesterday’s comment. Man-up and stop crying, you big girl.

  240. Tailgunner says:

    He’s not that big,egg. But he’s got the WallSt playboy swag, which I like.
    And he’s a top bloke to have a beer with.
    And my wagon would blow his Ruhr Valley machine of the road 😃

  241. zyconoclast says:

    Mr Joyce said Woolworths boss Brad Banducci had contacted him to see if Qantas hosties could work in customer service and baggage handlers could stock shelves until the airline was back in the air.

    I can’t see the hosties lining up for this type of work.

    The big question is:
    Are there enough jobs in the Woolworths deli for all the Qantas mincers?

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