Tuesday Forum: March 17, 2020

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  1. mh

    You might want to stay off the roads

  2. rickw

    Wouldn’t waste a shot. A Staghound doesn’t need night vision to clamp on their arse.

    You would risk your Staghound getting sick?!

  3. Mother Lode

    If taxpayers are going to bail out large corporations, they should get equity + and slash exec pay to non-obscene levels.

    It would be done with our money, but the government would get the equity.

    Labor would abuse it for their own ends and the Liberals would be like a sloth were a jet to fly above it at 100m: Nothing. Then five minutes later, slow turning its head, and saying, “Hey. What was that?”

  4. UK death count lotto? Put your tips in.

    mh, you’re a shocker.
    🤣🤣
    INTKOB
    Dillo, get in here and branch out into exotic bets please.
    I want that beat up Bookie Bag as a trophy over my electric fire in the caravan to reflect on as I fade away.

  5. Infidel Tiger

    Matt Ridley
    @mattwridley
    I’m not a fan of reparations for the sins of past generations. But when this is all over, amid the terrible human suffering that is now inevitable, is there not a case for demanding some sort of reparations from the Chinese government?

    Screw reparations. Make them glow in the dark.

    I hate China and everything about that evil place with all my heart.

  6. Mater

    How long until farms start being raided?

    In Victoria?
    Nah. Dan the Man will have introduced compulsory acquisition before the average Joe gets a chance.

  7. Dave in Marybrook

    FIFOFestivals have long been subsidised by us proles, Calli.
    Even in the Oz today, I learn of a class of arts parasites called FYFOs- organizations that rely on a constant circle-jerk of Four Years’ Funding grants.

  8. JC

    Monster
    You should be locked down. In gools’ basement.

  9. Bruce of Newcastle

    Paul McCartney doesn’t seem to have been overly offended by this remark, as his later band Wings contributed the theme tune to Live and Let Die.

    Still one of the best Bond themes:

  10. Infidel Tiger

    Alright, I hesitate to post this, but I have heard a rumour from two separate sources that a full lockdown will be announced by the feds tomorrow. Full Italy style: travel bans, borders shut, education shut, business shut apart from supermarkets and chemists, all non-essential government services shut.

    If true – I can’t tell whether the craziness of this rumour invalidates it in these insane times – tomorrow morning is going to be a rude shock to a lot of people, particularly parents.

    That is complete and utter idiocy if true.

    The economy would never ever recover. How would people pay for groceries?

  11. Leigh Lowe

    I just received a rather desperate email from Qantas regarding their online shopping portal and why I should immediately start using it, like right now, don’t waste a second. Can’t for the life of me figure out why.

    Qantas has a number of functions, in order of importance (to them):-
    1. Virtue signalling, hectoring and lecturing;
    2. Decorating aeroplanes with rainbows and glitter;
    3. Putting their name on partner credit cards;
    4. Exchanging QF frequent flyer points for toasters;
    5. Lobbying government;
    6. Flying aeroplanes.

  12. Montel, that’s epic.
    Breaking news.
    Great stuff!
    #journalism
    The red pills suit you dude

  13. Roger

    If true – I can’t tell whether the craziness of this rumour invalidates it in these insane times – tomorrow morning is going to be a rude shock to a lot of people, particularly parents.

    Daughter works p/t in child care while studying at uni.

    Parents are already pulling their kids out.

  14. kaysee

    Megan
    #3359048, posted on March 16, 2020 at 1:42 pm

    I took calcium for 20 years on doctor’s orders because the T………… prescribed for Hashimoto’s weakens bones.

    Megan, it can be hard for the body to absorb calcium supplements. Much of the advice that we get is the same old info repeated and passed on. If you have a medical condition, you have to research and find what suits your body, and customise what you take, accordingly.
     
    I needed to supplement with calcium too, but I found that my body could not absorb it and I had adverse reactions. I am also dairy sensitive, so could not consume those foods for my calcium. I finally worked my way around with other high calcium foods and tissue salts. As well as other supplements (D, K, Boron) that are good for the bones.

  15. Infidel Tiger

    Good luck getting them to pay any reparations, though, short of a profound military defeat.

    There’s a very simple way for Australia to get our reparations.

    Don’t honour the title or ownership on any property or investments purchased by them. Explain to the rest of the world this is not a sovereign risk event, we are reclaiming property from a Pariah State.

  16. JC

    The Aussie looks like it’s about to enter the even horizon and in the black hole, never to get out again. 60.55

  17. Arky

    t I have heard a rumour from two separate sources

    ..
    Buy gold.

  18. Fisky

    Alright, I hesitate to post this, but I have heard a rumour from two separate sources that a full lockdown will be announced by the feds tomorrow. Full Italy style: travel bans, borders shut, education shut, business shut apart from supermarkets and chemists, all non-essential government services shut.

    I hope this is true! Also, the government needs to draw up plans to nationalise most major companies. Lots of good buys out there with the ASX halving every couple days!

  19. Infidel Tiger

    Gold is the biggest mistake you could make short of Bitcoin.

    You only want US Dollars now… and guns and ammo.

  20. mh

    Tailgunner
    #3361062, posted on March 17, 2020 at 8:25 pm
    Montel, that’s epic.
    Breaking news.
    Great stuff!
    #journalism
    The red pills suit you dude

    But Monty is still the professor of wrongology.

  21. dover_beach

    Underreact early, overreact later.

  22. egg_

    For Aus, according to the chart, the 15th of March was our 5th day post 100 cases, the daily rate should peak on c. the 14th day (March 24th) if not before IIRC.

    14 days seems to be the benchmark for peak daily infection rate, hence why they’re saying the Yanks are a fortnight too late with lockdowns, I believe.

  23. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Opinion
    Rotten. Shameful’: Surely no one can now ignore the abuses of the SAS
    By Nick McKenzie and Chris Masters
    March 17, 2020 — 8.00pm

    No Australian could now credibly deny that a small number of our special forces soldiers committed executions of Afghans, such was the power of a video obtained by Four Corners and broadcast on Monday night.

    It showed, among other things, footage of an Australian SAS soldier committing an act that most of his colleagues in the regiment would regard as appalling – shooting an apparently unarmed Afghan man at point blank range while he was subdued and lying in a wheat field.

    A subsequent army investigation cleared the soldier of wrongdoing after being told that the Afghan man was spotted with a radio and “engaged” and shot from 15 to 20 metres away. The video does not appear to support this version of events.

    What this reveals is that at least some soldiers and their superiors thought the shooting was OK, even though it seems clear the man posed no risk.

    “I’ve seen plenty in Afghanistan but nothing so rotten,” says an SAS soldier who served in Afghanistan and watched the program. Like many, he spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of retribution. “That behaviour shames us all. That leadership was abysmal. We lost our respect for human life and that means we lost our self respect.”

    Much of the story was told through Braden Chapman, a former Special Air Services signaller who spoke out on the record about what he witnessed some of his fellow soldiers do.

    The good news is that Chapman isn’t the only person brave enough to come forward. The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and 60 Minutes interviewed SAS medic Dusty Miller last year. It was Miller who first blew the whistle on the alleged execution of an injured Afghan man that was covered in Monday night’s program. He’d hate to be called brave, but Miller fought for his country and subsequently has had the courage to push back against those who snuffed out the lives of Afghan men as if they were hunting game.

    Sydney Morning Herald.

  24. Fisky

    There’s a very simple way for Australia to get our reparations.

    Don’t honour the title or ownership on any property or investments purchased by them. Explain to the rest of the world this is not a sovereign risk event, we are reclaiming property from a Pariah State.

    I really like this idea. Any non-citizens from the PRC should have their homes and businesses taken from them. It will be good for the economy in the long run.

  25. Geriatric Mayfly

    Zimbabwe Gives Land Back to White Farmers After Wrecking Economy

    From Yahoo News. I would have thought The Guardian and the BBC would be straight onto this, giving another of their balanced and nuanced assessments.

  26. JC

    Dow futures about to go negative… from 800 points up a short while ago.

  27. Helen

    Stimpys health routine

    ONE meal a day, denim shorts, pull ups, and push ups.

    are the pull ups under or over the denim shorts?

  28. Rebel with cause

    Once again every other generation is getting absolutely screwed by the boomers. They can’t even die without robbing from the future.

  29. Roger

    There’s a very simple way for Australia to get our reparations.

    Don’t honour the title or ownership on any property or investments purchased by them. Explain to the rest of the world this is not a sovereign risk event, we are reclaiming property from a Pariah State.

    Alas, Morrison and his ministers don’t have the cojones for that.

    When the dust clears we’ll still be a supplicant state.

  30. Fisky

    Zimbabwe Gives Land Back to White Farmers After Wrecking Economy

    Guess which country in Asia incited Mugabe’s seizure of white farms and then later took over large chunks of Zimbabwe? That’s right!

  31. Top Ender

    Qantas has a number of functions, in order of importance…

    4b. Supplying black rings to support gay marriage to flight staff, none of whom wore them….

  32. rickw

    …. snuffed out the lives of Afghan men as if they were hunting game.

    The very definition of actual warfare?

  33. Magic Bronson

    Thanks for the information Monty.

  34. Bruce of Newcastle

    Once again every other generation is getting absolutely screwed by the boomers. They can’t even die without robbing from the future.

    Boomer music:

  35. Fisky

    We all know how China uses dumping practices to bankrupt Western companies and then take them over. That’s kind of what happened in Zimbabwe, except it was a political maneuvre playing the race card in order to destroy Zimbabwe’s mostly white-owned farming sector. Do not forget that Mugabe was always China’s man in Harare since before Ian Smith was overthrown.

  36. Bruce of Newcastle

    (Btw, I am in fact a boomer myself. Sucked in, Millenials!)

  37. Infidel Tiger

    Once again every other generation is getting absolutely screwed by the boomers. They can’t even die without robbing from the future.

    Without wishing to generalise, all Boomers are the most selfish and narcissistic people in human history, A whole generation of shirkers and leaners.

  38. Bar Beach Swimmer

    The other half was thinking that the controlling of spectators at the footy last season was just what the AFL wanted. Now, this year, true crowd control has been identified: no spectators! That should make old Gill happy doncha think?

  39. Caveman

    They can’t even die without robbing from the future.

    There is no future millennials.

    Bwahahhaahahahahhahahahaha.!!!!!!

    I order DOW to fall another 1000pts tonight.

  40. Arky

    Without wishing to generalise, all Boomers are the most selfish and narcissistic people in human history, A whole generation of shirkers and leaners.

    ..
    Except Bruce.

  41. Mother Lode

    his first name was Auric, first two letters of which are the symbol for gold

    Auric actually denotes something related to or of gold. ‘Au’ comes from Latin ‘aurum’. When looking for the adjective they based it on the Latin. Otherwise we might have hot ‘goldic’.

  42. Arky

    Once again every other generation is getting absolutely screwed by the boomers. They can’t even die without robbing from the future.

    ..
    Well, at least they won’t be pissing the family fortune away on ship cruises for a while.

  43. JC

    Artie & Fisky are very angry today.

    We’ve had virtually no recession for 30 years and you fuckers are whining like teenage girls.
    Here and STFU.
    https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/NYGDPPCAPKDAUS

  44. Porter

    Qantas has been bombarding me as well. Buy this, do that, drink wine wine wine. There’s so much alcohol in this place I daren’t light a match. And I haven’t bought wine in years.

  45. notafan

    I think you are right Roger.

    I am hoping that the US will take back their supply chain.

  46. Mitch M.

    lright, I hesitate to post this, but I have heard a rumour from two separate sources that a full lockdown will be announced by the feds tomorrow.

    I think it is true because …

    Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge has revealed restaurants across Australia are expecting to be given orders to close in days amid coronavirus fears.

    AND …

    This virus is too infectious and hangs around for too long so the only way to contain the spread is a lock down.

  47. JC

    Without wishing to generalise, all Boomers are the most selfish and narcissistic people in human history, A whole generation of shirkers and leaners.

    Really, for a decade we had to give 5% of our bonuses to charity. It was firms rule.

  48. notafan

    Monty

    I have a reliable source which says same, though I didn’t realise how soon.

    Possibly telling me to go to the supermarket tonight was the hint.

  49. kaysee

    #3361065, posted on March 17, 2020 at 8:26 pm

    I was puzzled when my comment went into moderation over an hour ago. There was nothing in there. I read, re-read, analyzed each word. I was determined to solve the case.
     
    Finally, I picked on the possible word mentioned in earlier comments, but in this case it had nothing to do with a person or any connection. It occurs in the name of the medicine for the thyroid.

  50. Caveman

    lright, I hesitate to post this, but I have heard a rumour from two separate sources that a full lockdown will be announced by the feds tomorrow.

    Yep, I posted similar ,Wednesday was big announcement was told to get at least 3 weeks supplies. Lockdown would not surprise.

  51. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    If those morons announce an Italy style lockdown tomorrow then what’s left of the economy will be completely cactus and I’ll be encouraging all righteous Cats to join me in commencing the long overdue implementation of HOP Time.

  52. Porter

    More than 100 Australians are stranded on a cruise ship off the coast of Chile, including dozens of doctors and dentists.

  53. Bruce of Newcastle

    Except Bruce.

    Well I did get a cheque from the equivalent of Centrelink once. For $50. Can’t recall what they were called back then as that was over forty years ago. Nothing since. The ATO likes me though.

  54. Farmer Gez

    Really, for a decade we had to give 5% of our bonuses to charity. It was firms rule.

    Hmmm. Not sure I’d put that forward as a virtue JC.

  55. Arky

    Early days yet.
    The other 3 horsemen, War, Famine and Dusty haven’t even got out of bed yet.

  56. Mater

    In addition to my earlier post about ‘Melbourne Raiders’ strip mining the rural supermarkets. I’ve just learned that one of the supermarkets have limited shopping, until lunchtime every day, to only those who have a pre-existing local rewards card.

    People are getting fed up.

  57. Knuckle Dragger

    Lockdown = food riots.

  58. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Loud and clear, Mater.

  59. Arky

    You can’t just wander in after weeks away without a word of explanation.
    Where the hell have you been while the apocalypse was raging?

  60. JC:

    Whoever advocated buying gold here at the Cat.. and there’s been quite a few of you, but good manners forces me not to name anyone… you should be jailed and placed in solitary confinement for the rest of your lives.

    I’m still $750 /oz ahead, so I cannot see any problem. The silver didn’t do real well, but I made about $4 /oz out of it.

  61. Knuckle Dragger

    calli at 6.08 has nailed this shitfest:

    ‘We are being softened up for the removal of the few liberties we have left.’

    IT, earlier at 2.07;

    ‘Virus doesn’t worry me at all, but the system breaking down does.’

    Yeah, baby.

  62. Ripped off the opportunity to

    Elvis,chill.
    There’ll be plenty of time for retribution.
    After the ruins are conquered.

  63. Farmer Gez

    JC
    #3361115, posted on March 17, 2020 at 8:57 pm
    Why would that be Gez?

    It says something about the bosses but not the staff.

  64. Mater

    You can’t just wander in after weeks away without a word of explanation.
    Where the hell have you been while the apocalypse was raging?

    Strip mining rural supermarkets!

  65. mh

    The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has issued advice recommending Australians abroad who wish to return home do so as soon as possible via commercial flights.

    The recommendation comes after the Federal Government last week urged Australians to consider whether overseas travel was necessary regardless of the destination.

    DFAT is warning Australian travellers that they may not be able to return home at a later stage with more countries closing their borders due to the rapid spread of coronavirus.

    On Sunday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that anyone coming into Australia would be subject to a 14-day self-isolation period.

    More to come.

  66. Bowls Australia has recommended that bowls be cancelled, hasn’t outright said that everything is cancelled. Region Sides Championship in Shepparton has been scrapped, I imagine State pennant in Moama might be scrapped, but being in NSW not sure what differences there are between what Victoriastan and NSW are.
    To be honest, I think that clubs will still hold tournaments, Kerang had one today.

  67. H B Bear

    Good to see the Gay Leprechaun borrow a page from the Geoff Dixon playbook and return QANTAS to its core business – pleading for government handouts.

  68. ‘We are being softened up for the removal of the few liberties we have left.

    Word.
    I’m scared that MafMax will morph into 1984 too…
    Oh well, we still need the gasoline.
    And we’re coming for it.
    MAGA

  69. Mater

    Second go:

    In addition to my earlier post about ‘Melbournites’ strip mining the rural supermarkets. I’ve just learned that one of the supermarkets have limited shopping, until lunchtime every day, to only those who have a pre-existing local rewards card.

    People are getting fed up with the interlopers.

  70. JC

    Still don’t understand, Gez.

  71. Knuckle Dragger

    When this crashes like an ice freak entering Day Eight, there’s going to be egg on faces everywhere.

    Take out the big five countries – BatLand, both Koreas, Italy and Spain – and you have 514 deaths in 157 countries since January 1.

    Our leaders, of course, will wheel out the same refrain Qantas does when one of its pilots is too hungover to fly:

    ‘Safety is our first priority.’

    Tell it to the broken countries, fuckwits.

  72. Arky

    Strip mining rural supermarkets!

    ..
    Can you spare a roll?
    I have 10kg of onions. I may have stuffed up a bit with the priorities.

  73. Bruce of Newcastle

    JC – Easter isn’t until 10 April, so you are a bit early with the Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? thing.

  74. Farmer Gez

    Mafs update.
    Seb being grilled by elephant seal faux mother in law.

  75. BB!
    Fancy seeing you here with the bowls updates…
    😃

  76. Mater

    In addition to my earlier post about ‘Melbourne Raiders’ strip mining the rural supermarkets. I’ve just learned that one of the supermarkets have limited shopping, until lunchtime every day, to only those who have a local rewards card.

    People are getting fed up with the interlopers.

  77. Caveman

    I’m half expecting trading markets to be shut down shortly.
    Everything has been turned up to eleventy so its all possible.

  78. H B Bear

    Channel Stokes news saying unemployment could hit 10%.

    Good luck to anyone holding Sydney or Melbourne property if it does.And the banks too.

  79. mh

    Tucker Carlson reportedly drove to Mar-a-Lago to warn President Trump that the coronavirus outbreak was a massive threat.
    The New York Times reports that the Fox News host has been pleading with Trump to take the COVID-19 pandemic more seriously.
    “Last Saturday, Mr. Carlson drove from his residence in Florida to Mar-a-Lago, the president’s Florida resort, and spoke directly with Mr. Trump about the virus, according to a person with knowledge of their conversation,” reports the Times.
    Axios also reports that Carlson was one of “a number of informal Trump advisers” who “emphasized to the president that this was not the flu and urged him to act fast.”
    Carlson previously warned Trump not to go to war with Iran.
    Did Tucker also save America from coronavirus?
    Time will tell
    .

  80. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘one of the supermarkets have limited shopping, until lunchtime every day, to only those who have a local rewards card.’

    Excellent. Not before time.

  81. JC

    Don’t blame me, Bruce. Blame Fredo.

  82. I imagine State pennant in Moama might be scrapped

    Haha, brings a tear to the eye!
    Straya
    God bless you,BB

  83. EvilElvis

    Woolies and bakers nearly cleaned out on arvo inspection. Chinese restaurant doing its best trade ever the last week or so by the looks. What a fucking country.

  84. cohenite

    Great; the krauts, japs and ruskies couldn’t do it but a chunk virus breaks the West.

  85. JC

    to only those who have a local rewards card.

    What is a rewards card? What reward do you actually receive?

  86. saying unemployment could hit 10%.
    Lol.

  87. Mater

    I have 10kg of onions. I may have stuffed up a bit with the priorities.

    I’ll swap you 5kg of onions for 5kg of dry Couscous.

    I’m still not sure which of these two options is more useful for wiping your arse.

  88. Knuckle Dragger

    Book those airline tickets, Lizzie.

    While the planes are still flying.

    Or not.

  89. Channel Stokes news saying unemployment could hit 10%.

    Reasonable people become unreasonable when they can’t pay their mortgage.

    A good time to take up baseball. Equip now.

  90. I have a reliable source which says same, though I didn’t realise how soon.

    What I have seen is that the lockdown starts tomorrow and runs until at least the end of March. That doesn’t make sense to me in several aspects, but the whole herd immunity thing was insane so anything seems to be possible right now.

  91. MatrixTransform

    without robbing from the future.

    i was the future
    now i am the future
    after this the future is yours.

    good luck with it you whining tosser

  92. calli

    If we’re going to go all Aramaic, I think this might describe our Government better.

    מְנֵא מְנֵא תְּקֵל וּפַרְסִין‎ (mənē mənē təqēl ūp̄arsīn)

  93. Greta is an anagram of Great.
    🤔
    MAGA?
    Ooooooooo

  94. mh

    Monty, Morrison could be listening to BoJo – he did with the crazy herd immunity stuff.

  95. Mater

    What is a rewards card? What reward do you actually receive?

    Normally, the odd small bottle of moonshine.
    Now, being able to shop before the shelves are completely empty!

  96. Knuckle Dragger

    Was told today that individual States may close their borders, SA being first.

    Norway slammed the door shut this morning. No-one in, no-one out. No exceptions.

  97. Here in the Netherlands all they’ve closed is bars, restaurants and gyms so my life is basically over.

  98. calli

    What is a rewards card? What reward do you actually receive?

    Food, by the sound of it.

  99. miltonf

    Spot on Calli. Belshazza’s feast.

  100. Arky

    5kg of dry Couscous.

    ..
    I’ll take the couscous off your hands to save you having to throw it out if you add in some tinned fruit.

  101. Infidel Tiger

    10% unemployment would be a good result of this current idiocy keeps up. The only people with jobs soon will be shelf stackers and delivery drivers.

    I smoked quite a few burners on the weekend for the first time in ages. I ain’t going out to some Wuhan Flu. I’m dying like a man.

  102. mh

    Tailgunner, hurry up with your UK death lotto tips. New numbers will be out tonight.

    I’ve locked in 77. Lucky for some.

    Clue: currently on 55 and went up 19 in the previous 24 hours.

  103. Tel

    What is a rewards card? What reward do you actually receive?

    It means they can track your purchases, in return you get a small discount now and then.

  104. miltonf

    They sure have been weighed and found wanting. The whole treacherous Marxist Canberra abomination.

  105. Leigh Lowe

    Knuckle Dragger

    #3361134, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:04 pm

    When this crashes like an ice freak entering Day Eight, there’s going to be egg on faces everywhere.

    Nup.
    If it peaks at 1,000 cases and 15 deaths they will say this illustrates how their decisive leadership was top stuff.

  106. JC

    I ain’t going out to some Wuhan Flu. I’m dying like a man.

    Then stop blaming boomers. Be stoic and stop bawling.

  107. Love Goldfinger just now. Oddjob as caddy. ‘Golf isn’t the official sport of Korea yet.’ May as well be.

  108. Knuckle Dragger

    Anzac Day.
    Stawell Gift.
    The Sheffield Shield final.
    Lawn bowls.
    The Darwin cricket season (sob).

    And yet – the NTFL Grand Final was held last weekend. Thousands of potentially the most medically vulnerable people in the country were allowed, nay encouraged to descend into the one spot, remain there for six hours or so and then travel back to every rural and remote community north of the Barkly Highway.

    Aaaaand, and I’m happy to stand corrected here, all our casinos are still open.

  109. Mater

    I’ll take the couscous off your hands to save you having to throw it out if you add in some tinned fruit.

    I’ve only been able to find tinned Lychees. Is that a workable?
    If not, I’ll throw in four eggs to sweeten the deal.

  110. JC

    Just a thought. I wonder how much debt Trump Organization is currently holding? He’s had a few debt problems into every recession.

  111. vlad

    I ain’t going out to some Wuhan Flu.

    Same. And I refuse to panic.

    There will be food, petrol, toilet paper, cash, batteries and gold enough for all if we all keep our heads.

  112. IT:

    There’s a very simple way for Australia to get our reparations.

    Don’t honour the title or ownership on any property or investments purchased by them. Explain to the rest of the world this is not a sovereign risk event, we are reclaiming property from a Pariah State.

    So glad to see the world reads my posts.

  113. Arky

    I’ve only been able to find tinned Lychees.

    ..
    Onions for lychees? No way.

  114. Bruce of Newcastle

    Greta is an anagram of Great.

    Even WaPo has now worked out the poor kid is a mental case.

    Before Greta Thunberg was a global icon, she was a tormented child who refused to eat or speak (WaPo, 16 Mar)

    If you’ve lost WaPo…

  115. JC

    Why do you need batteries, Vlad?

  116. Dave in Marybrook

    You’ve got your running order all wrong, Mr Piggott.
    It goes gymn, then restaurant, then the bars. Sheesh.

  117. Knuckle Dragger

    Now, back on track:

    Liability Bob, 7.51;

    ‘Shooting unarmed civilians is treason if you’re an Australian solider.’

    It most certainly is not. In the circumstances described, it’s almost the opposite of treason.

  118. Infidel Tiger

    More than 100 Australian doctors, dentists and nurses taking part in a health convention on board a cruise ship are stranded off the coast of Chile after the country closed its ports to cruise liners in response to the coronavirus ­pandemic.

    The former director of Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital emergency department — and former Senior Australian of the Year — Gordian Fulde is understood to be among those on the vessel, which was caught out after Chile Health Minister Jaime Manalich unexpectedly banned cruise ships from docking at the weekend.

    These people have all self identified as the stupidest people on earth. Their medical licenses must all be cancelled.

  119. Arky

    You can do anything with onions.
    onion gravy.
    Batter and deep fried.
    Onion soup.
    Cheese and onion sandwiches.

  120. Yes received reports of Nightcliff v St Mary’s Dragger. Few mates play in the various clubs in Darwin. Excellent standard.

  121. Atoms for Peace

    The signing person next to Premier Palacechooks makes more sense, and I don’t sign.

  122. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘There will be food, petrol, toilet paper, cash, batteries and gold enough for all if we all keep our heads.’

    Very sensible statement. Much better than the SMH saying 150,000 would die in this country. Of course there’ll be enough stuff.

    But if there’s not, I will prey on the weak.

  123. vlad

    The HCA online doesn’t list anything for The Queen v Pell tomorrow.

  124. Megan

    I would have thought after 9/11, SARS, Bird Flu, Swine Fever et al that the government’s of this country at all levels would have prepared a coordinated disaster response plan that they could have hard out if the federal/state filing cabinet or data warehouse. Right folks, here’s step 1, if need be we will implement step 2 in three days time, etc and so forth.
    Instead, they busied themselves declaring climate emergencies, buying fleets of electric vehicles and cornering the market in purple lidded recycling bins. Thanks for nothing, you vile snitwhistles.

  125. Not Uh oh

    Black Ball
    #3361129, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:02 pm

    To be honest, I think that clubs will still hold tournaments, Kerang had one today.

    Everything in NSW has been cancelled; from pennants through to galas. No lawn bowls competition whatsoever. Sad.

  126. Megan

    Rogue apostrophe inserted by auto corrupt. I know better than that.

  127. I might see if I can get some dog log for emergency rations
    Magpies BTFO
    😃

  128. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘The former director of Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital emergency department — and former Senior Australian of the Year — Gordian Fulde is understood to be among those on the vessel, which was caught out after Chile Health Minister Jaime Manalich unexpectedly banned cruise ships from docking at the weekend.’

    Shades of Dr. Chris Fuckstick from Toorak.

    ‘But but butbutbut – don’t you know who we are? We’re DOCTORS, damn you sir!’

  129. Magic Bronson

    The Dutch are using a strategy which may minimise disruption. They are still locking down their old guys. Isolating the group most vulnerable. But for the rest of the population they are shoring them up with cod liver oil. Interesting approach.

  130. vlad

    Why do you need batteries, Vlad?

    For when the power goes out.

  131. Bruce of Newcastle

    You can do anything with onions.

    Indians riot if they can’t get onions.
    Onion crisis raises a stink for India’s Prime Minister Modi (19 Dec)

  132. calli

    I have many…many onions. One of the first staples I bought. Plus carrots and celery. The chef’s holy trinity.

    And today the olive oil shelves were full. I availed myself of a 2litre tin.

    I’m set.

  133. She’s crunch time here.
    My industry colleagues have all agreed to meet tomorrow to nut out how we’re going to get through this.
    It’s already looking quite rough.
    Tonight I’m going through the staff to see who to keep.
    Anyone who’s pulled a smart-alec trick on me is for the high jump.
    Started yesterday with a public execution – so they all know I’m serious.
    Right now the busiest thing is the phone, with people cancelling & trying to get refunds.

    If the govt pulls an Italy/France style shutdown of cafes/restaurants, it’ll be a bloodbath.

  134. Dr Faustus

    When I came into Australia on Monday morning, I was told that self isolation was not a problem and not to go to the shops because “online deliveries”.

    Luckily I am an experienced Australian.
    I forgive the border agents; for they do not know what they do.

  135. Shy Ted

    Bruce of Newcastle #3361027, posted on March 17, 2020 at 8:07 pm
    Making Oddjob’s hat:

    Good vid BoN. Now can you post one of making Pussy Galore?

  136. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘Excellent standard.’

    That’s my mail too, BB.

    They had the Tiwi Islands GF over the weekend as well, and locked out crowds from going across to the islands for the event.

    Officially it was coronavirus, but really it was because the joint had been rioting for three weeks over lack of gunja there, and the prospect of full and immediate refills via the arriving spectators meant they could shut it down without anyone crying waacist.

  137. Gordian Fulde is understood to be among those on the vessel

    Hahhaa.. hahaha. hahaha.. lean on wall for breath… hahaha bwahahahaha…. heh hehe hee ehee hee hee…
    Sucked in, you bastard!

  138. egg_

    White face washer still there.
    /Clothes line saga

  139. Not Uh oh

    Quick question, probably already covered. If I am told to go into lockdown will I still be able to go to the supermarket or will it be somewhat like China where the doors get nailed shut and I have to exist on whatever is in the pantry (and maybe in the dog kennel).

  140. Bruce of Newcastle

    You can turn an onion into a battery if you stick two dissimilar metals in it. Like a 10c coin and a $1 coin. I don’t have a multimeter and I’ve only one onion left in my fridge, so I won’t test this hypothesis right now. But it should work!

  141. Infidel Tiger

    Gordian wanted ban alcohol didn’t he?

  142. cohenite

    The troll is an expert on treason.

    A comparison between the chunk virus and the SARS, MERS, the Zika virus, and swine flus shows that these previous epidemics were more deadly but much more contained. And that’s the crux of the issue: the chunks, lied, prevaricated and obfuscated until the fucking thing had escaped their border mainly through the great seasonal exodus of chunk workers, students and general chunk infiltrators. That’s the difference. If the chunks had been honest this thing would have been contained. But chunk dishonesty and craven capitulation by various Western chunk slut countries has produced the current shambles.

  143. cohenite

    For when the power goes out.

    With no industry, business and the fat cats, academics and other beta junk working from home, schools and shops shut, we should be awash with energy.

  144. egg_

    Before Greta Thunberg was a global icon, she was a tormented child who refused to eat or speak (WaPo, 16 Mar)

    Teh Left eating their own, as predicted, eh M0nty?
    Are you still there, M0nty?

  145. Fleeced

    Qantas has been bombarding me as well. Buy this, do that, drink wine wine wine.

    If only they’d thought to put bog rolls on their list of purchases, they’d be setting pretty right now.

    Gold is junk, TP is the perfect hedge. Pays to have 2020 hindsight! (Geddit? It’s funny, because the year is 2020).

  146. JC

    If there’s a lockup coming and only allow food shops… apart on figuring how the hell I’m going to get my morning coffee, will liquor joints be treated as food stores? Some people here better stock up.

  147. will liquor joints be treated as food stores

    No.
    Neither will dine-in joints, nor even prepared food joints (eg, coffee takeaway, maccas, etc)

  148. JC

    Cat readership tumbles 25% as people go off the local BWS.

  149. Fisky

    Gray Connolly
    @GrayConnolly
    ·
    6m
    National Govts in wars/crisis plan to take up capacity from the commercial sector: the Navy will have now idle cruise liners washed, cleaned & bleached to create a hospital ships. In a day or so, an idle airport facility/hanger can become a triage/operating room/recovery ward.
    Gray Connolly
    @GrayConnolly
    ·
    3m
    If nothing else, 2020 will see the final nails driven into the coffin of “Davos Man”. There is no benefactor like the Fed. There is no real European Union-everyone in a crisis becomes a Leaver. There is no real free or other market absent the enduring State’s power. #Realpolitik

  150. vlad

    If there’s a lockup coming and only allow food shops… apart on figuring how the hell I’m going to get my morning coffee, will liquor joints be treated as food stores? Some people here better stock up.

    I was in the liquor department tonight and I almost joked to the cashier that at least no one was panic buying there.

    Plenty of booze for all.

  151. Infidel Tiger

    There won’t be a lock up.

    It would cause societal wide collapse and mass unemployment.

  152. egg_

    More than 100 Australian doctors, dentists and nurses taking part in a health convention on board a cruise ship are stranded off the coast of Chile after the country closed its ports to cruise liners in response to the coronavirus ­pandemic.

    Were the [email protected] snorting coke from hookers’ navels?

  153. notafan

    I have an ancient jar of Moccona you can have JC.

  154. The Beer Whisperer

    That is complete and utter idiocy if true.

    The economy would never ever recover. How would people pay for groceries?

    Infy, this isn’t about coronavirus. You know this.

    It’s about destroying the private sector so that Labor can ride in on their high horse and save the day, by…

    Nationalising everything, including voting.

    It’s a socialist wet dream. Private ownership destroyed, and government by maaaates the answer to everything. We’ve been played.

  155. vlad

    Pays to have 2020 hindsight!

    I prefer 2020 vision.

  156. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger

    #3361218, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Gordian wanted ban alcohol didn’t he?

    Gordian Not?

  157. Just think of all the bankrupt businesses and defaulted mortgages a few months from now.
    Geez, I wonder who will buy them all?
    Especially with a collapsed dollar.

  158. JC

    I actually don’t mind instant coffee, Fan. Seriously, some of it isn’t bad.

  159. notafan

    No they don’t think they can control the spread of the virus.

    Like said earlier

    One extreme to the other.

    Too worried about offended the Chinese Communist Party.

  160. Infidel Tiger

    Norovirus kills 200,00 per year and we do nothing

    Wuhan flu kills a couple of thousand and this is our response.

  161. notafan

    I used to drink four five a day.

    Now it’s just one store bought.

    I have some of those Robert Timms coffee bags which I bought for visiting Sil which are also going to waste.

  162. Infidel Tiger

    Any news from Lizzie?

    She was buried at sea in a faux Louis Vuitton body bag this morning.

    Hairy is doing well and is currently dancing with an enchanting lady widower from Carolina in the State Room.

  163. calli

    No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die!

    Good stuff!

  164. notafan

    Norovirus is easily prevented by hand washing.

    Better than sanitizer.

    I also have a plentiful supply of soap.

  165. Infidel Tiger

    ABC News
    @abcnews
    #BREAKING: The Federal Government is urging Australians abroad to return home ASAP via commercial flights.

    More filth filling our streets.

  166. Knuckle Dragger

    NT Cricket website:

    ‘The health and safety of all participants is our number one priority’

    Mature, sensible approach.

    Or yet another weasel cop out from an organisation that is competing to out-empathise every other business, sporting organisation and government in the country, who are ten times as bad.

    Haven’t decided yet.

  167. Leigh Lowe

    She was buried at sea in a faux Louis Vuitton body bag this morning.

    She wouldn’t be seen dead in a knock off LV.
    No wait …

    Hairy is doing well and is currently dancing with an enchanting lady widower from Carolina in the State Room.

    Riiighht.

  168. Cardimona

    but I have heard a rumour from two separate sources that a full lockdown will be announced by the feds tomorrow.

    I, too, have heard this rumour

    And, as I noted earlier in regard to meeting Bob, he had a call from Canberra about the (bug) that has convinced him to high-tail it for home.

  169. Cassie of Sydney

    “mh
    #3361238, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:44 pm
    Any news from Lizzie?”

    Yes…she and Hairy are fine.

  170. Megan

    Our local fruit shop has closed down and is only offering online delivery from tomorrow. We have glut of tomatoes and figs from our garden plus various herbs. We will manage.

  171. The Beer Whisperer

    A comparison between the chunk virus

    Trump is now calling it Chinese all the time now. I suspect he knows its origin. More interesting is that the fraud “Q” has not picked this up. The chunks made it. The only question is whether it was released by accident or design…

  172. candy

    that a full lockdown will be announced by the feds tomorrow. Full Italy style: travel bans, borders shut, education shut, business shut apart from supermarkets and chemists, all non-essential government services shut.

    sounds like another dangerous rumour to me.

    What Australian PM could be that stupid? To spare a few hundred deaths.
    There would have to be a UBI to every individual of say $500 per week to go with it, otherwise anarchy and crime.

  173. Cassie of Sydney

    “JC
    #3361237, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:44 pm
    I actually don’t mind instant coffee, Fan. Seriously, some of it isn’t bad.”

    Instant coffee is better than those ghastly pods.

  174. Infidel Tiger

    sounds like another dangerous rumour to me.

    What Australian PM could be that stupid? To spare a few hundred deaths.
    There would have to be a UBI to every individual of say $500 per week to go with it, otherwise anarchy and crime.

    Exactly.

    10,000 people dying is nothing compared to 10,000,000 losing everything for generations, which is what a total shutdown could do.

    Every small business in the country will go to the wall.

  175. Graham

    We got notice today that the High Court will not be sitting during April, May and June. Therefore the appeals were scheduled won’t be heard then. That leaves the justices with a lot more time on their hands to write their Pell case decisions very promptly. It may be delivered sooner than had been predicted.

  176. egg_

    Instant coffee is better than those ghastly pods.

    Pods are probably inferior instant tailings.

  177. MatrixTransform

    Every small business in the country will go to the wall.

    correction: nearly every small business in the country will go to the wall

    some of us ran the other way

  178. Helen

    Im in moderation first time evah – no, I lie, I said the forbidden gold and diamond related word once before – this time for asking how many EMCO’s we have.

  179. MatrixTransform

    AUD just bounced of 60

  180. Infidel Tiger

    some of us ran the other way

    Unless you’re an undertaker or a door to door toilet paper salesman, is like to know how you will survive.

  181. Noodles Romanoff

    184,134 confirmed cases of coronageddon world wide. World population 7.8 billion. 0.002% of the world have been confirmed with the virus. And this is enough to cause a bog roll shortage. Remind me again how we excelled in evolution.

  182. MatrixTransform

    Unless you’re an undertaker or a door to door toilet paper salesman, is like to know how you will survive.

    oodles of cash, no debt … and I fix things

  183. MatrixTransform

    will fix things for cans of tuna or booze

  184. JC

    notafan
    #3361245, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:50 pm

    Norovirus is easily prevented by hand washing.

    Better than sanitizer.

    I also have a plentiful supply of soap.

    Wifey terrorizes me about this. My hands are now like freaking sand paper. Anymore and I reckon I could develop soap poisoning.

  185. Caveman

    Good thing to do is get what ever that plane app is and see how many planes are flying around or being locked out or falling from the sky.

  186. Cassie of Sydney

    “The Beer Whisperer
    #3361253, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:55 pm
    A comparison between the chunk virus

    Trump is now calling it Chinese all the time now. I suspect he knows its origin. More interesting is that the fraud “Q” has not picked this up. The chunks made it. The only question is whether it was released by accident or design…”

    “accident or design”….why did it hit the Iranian leadership first? Were the Iranians in Wuhan shopping for something nasty? If the virus was accidentally released…how? Did someone sell animals that had been tested with a virus to the Wuhan market? So many questions. Can a scientist tell if a virus has been man made or adapted by man?

    It’s China…anything is possible….and anything is feasible. I think Trump knows….I also reckon Morrison knows too.

  187. dover_beach

    #BREAKING: The Federal Government is urging Australians abroad to return home ASAP via commercial flights.

    Not unless they test negative, they shouldn’t.

  188. Knuckle Dragger

    Spam poisoning’s just an urban myth, right?

    Right?

  189. Fleeced

    So, I’m supposed to be getting a Woolies delivery tomorrow. Be interesting to see how much stuff is out of stock, but anyway – just got this email:

    For the ongoing safety of you and our team we have made some changes to the way we will deliver your grocery order.

    Our drivers will carefully place your groceries at your doorstep in reusable bags for a contactless delivery. If you have specific requirements such as a disability or you are a senior customer, please speak to our driver to see how they can assist you. Note that drivers will be unable to enter properties of customers who are isolating or quarantined.

    Additionally for the safety of all of us, during this time:

    – Drivers will not be accepting bag returns
    – You do not have to touch and sign on the delivery device

    We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, thank you for your patience during this difficult time.

  190. Cardimona

    Meeting with Bob is always fun.
    Normally the whole pub stops to watch us shout at each other.
    Not tonight; just three punters to watch the show.

    Observation: Bob’s latest assistant is a 9.9 out of 10 – I kid you not. Sensational!

    Subjects covered ….
    Vulcan greeting – assistant-babe was right onto it, Bob had no idea
    Wind, Rafe’s choke point – he seemed to get that…!!
    Bradfield scheme – he’s always been a fan
    Methanol (food to fuel) – apparently I sound too much like Marius Kloppers and that’s bad, m’kay…?
    PM2.5 – his subject, he has no idea, cannot understand the catalytic converter (fmd) – thinks the US-EPA is good (much shouting ensued)
    Wind, bird kills (esp. raptors) – he seemed to get that, too! (Didn’t have time for bats…)
    Solar, waste panels – his subject, he got it
    Political afterpay – well versed

  191. notafan

    Italy is shut down, isn’t it?

  192. If anyone else saw the dead tree version of The Age today, ask yourself why is it still in publication?

  193. dover_beach

    Spain in trouble. Plus 11K confirmed cases of Wuhan virus and almost 500 deaths.

  194. Fleeced

    Wifey terrorizes me about this. My hands are now like freaking sand paper. Anymore and I reckon I could develop soap poisoning.

    Ask IT what moisturizer he uses.

  195. sounds like another dangerous rumour to me.

    Speaking of which…
    Anybody remember the Victorian Government 2 years ago trying to stop Milo, Southern, Molneux, Peterson et al. from entering the country to talk to a few hundred people because they would “spread fear and hate”?

  196. What Australian PM could be that stupid? To spare a few hundred deaths.

    As of now (before any U-turn) he is stupid enough to risk several hundred thousand lives on a discredited and unsupported theory. We are through the looking glass on this one.

  197. MatrixTransform

    nice Cardi … noice

  198. Arky

    JC
    #3361227, posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:41 pm
    Cat readership tumbles 25% as people go off the local BWS.

    ..
    Picked me like a nose.
    Just came back.
    Dozen bottles of red.

  199. The Beer Whisperer

    Aaaaand, and I’m happy to stand corrected here, all our casinos are still open.

    Want to have a solemn ceremony to respect the dead? Fuck off.

    Want to keep open an enterprise dedicated to profiting the stupid mega-rich by importing rich coronavirus carriers? No problemo.

  200. Caveman

    Anymore and I reckon I could develop soap poisoning

    If you can first thing tomorrow contact the Ponds institute.

  201. Magic Bronson

    Too many conspiracy theories. The virus is spreading in accordance with the temperature and humidity conditions it likes in any given month. For February Wuhan, Iran, and North Italy just happened to share the same climate.

  202. MatrixTransform

    allright JC … why does it bounce along 60?

  203. notafan

    I’m not surprised about Spain.

    Close to third world conditions (with third world immigrants) in many parts and people living in very close proximity in tenements.

  204. dover_beach

    Funnily enough I saw SPAM still on the shelf at Woolies down my way.

  205. Infidel Tiger

    Picked me like a nose.
    Just came back.
    Dozen bottles of red.

    Have you started drinking again?

  206. notafan

    Not that surprising about Spain.

    Lots of crowded tenements, lots of third world immigrants.

  207. notafan

    Tenements banned word?

  208. JC

    Monster, STFU. You’re at risk of croaking so fucking isolate and stop whining. You don’t need a fucking political leader to instruct you to stay indoors. Use your stupid noggin or otherwise, if you’re not capable ask an adult what you should do.

    Seriously, this need of needing instructions from political leaders is sickening. Morrison doesn’t give a shit about you individually.

  209. Cardimona

    The only subject Bob dodged was why he was heading home early.

  210. Knuckle Dragger

    Has the Chinese flag been raised over Parliament House yet?

    If not, why not?

  211. egg_

    all our casinos are still open.

    Speaking of COV-19 Central.

  212. Infidel Tiger

    Maria Bartiromo
    @MariaBartiromo
    ·
    33m
    Happening now:
    @MorningsMaria

    @FoxBusiness

    @ClevelandClinic
    ceo “we have tested over 1400 people, only 3.5% tested positive. Flu & common cold still worse. But the measures to contain shd be followed. The hospitals have the capacity to treat this”

    We are being scammed.

  213. Mark A

    Morrison doesn’t give a shit about you individually.

    I’m afraid that goes for us collectively.

  214. candy

    Spam is tasty but so full of salt it would kill off the older more vulnerable through hypertension or stroke, just dehydration etc before they even got the virus.

  215. The Beer Whisperer

    As of now (before any U-turn) he is stupid enough to risk several hundred thousand lives on a discredited and unsupported theory. We are through the looking glass on this one.

    Thank god.

  216. The Beer Whisperer

    Oops, I missed the connection. Please ignore my pointless response.

  217. Mark A

    dover_beach
    #3361291, posted on March 17, 2020 at 10:12 pm

    Funnily enough I saw SPAM still on the shelf at Woolies down my way.

    Same here, and heard an old lady remarking about the situation not being so bad after all.

  218. JC

    Maxi

    60 is a big number and there would likely be lots of bids down there to crack through.

    I fucking hate bear markets as their awful to trade. The Aussie has some terrifying rallies when the bear sets in.

  219. Arky

    Have you started drinking again?

    .
    Fffft wazza fuggin loogin at ya fuggin carnt?

  220. JC

    Maxi

    60 is a big number and there would likely be lots of bids down there to crack through.

    I despise bear markets as their awful to trade. The Aussie has some terrifying rallies when the bear sets in.

  221. JC

    Artie

    Have the faith in good old American ingenuity. They/we get through this and we’ll back at the remarkable things being done. Moderna is already trialing a vaccine and there are other promising things going on too.

  222. The Beer Whisperer

    Has the Chinese flag been raised over Parliament House yet?

    If not, why not?

    Deniability is still plausible.

  223. JC

    Maxi

    60 is a big number and there would likely be lots of bids down there to crack through.

  224. pete m

    did a quick woolies trip
    no meat
    apparently they got smashed this morning as did aldi and only butcher managed to keep up with demand

    go local go butcher!!

  225. Infidel Tiger

    The only way small business is going to survive this mess is a total shutdown of taxation.

    Tax burdens are going to crush everyone with no revenue coming in to cover it.

  226. Arky

    342/9942 Spain

    ..
    Who were they playing?

  227. mh

    I predict we’ll be hearing a lot more of Hillary in the next few days.

  228. What Australian PM could be that stupid?

    This question wasn’t meant to elicit an answer, was it?

  229. JC

    Why are funeral homes stocks dropping like a stone too.

    SCI on the lows of the year.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/SCI?p=SCI&.tsrc=fin-srch

  230. Don’t worry JC, our family is already self isolating. No school, no daycare. Visits to parks and the beach but nothing involving crowds.

    I am worried about thousands of my fellow Strayans dying needlessly, because I am not a sociopath.

  231. Infidel Tiger

    Have the faith in good old American ingenuity. They/we get through this and we’ll back at the remarkable things being done. Moderna is already trialing a vaccine and there are other promising things going on too.

    The Americans will have the cure already. The FDA and CDC are probably preventing it from being released knowing how bureaucracy works.

  232. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    Steven Cain, Chief Executive Officer, Coles Group announces:

    Recruiting over 5,000 new team members

    “To help us continue to offer the best possible service to customers during this busy time, we are recruiting an additional 5,000 casual team members to join our supermarkets across Australia. This will allow us to serve more customers and replenish shelves faster, while offering employment opportunities for Australians in industries impacted by COVID-19. We’ll be fast-tracking inductions so we can boost the number of team members on the shop floor as quickly as possible.”

    How good is that? Well done Coles.

  233. Cpt Seahawks

    Experiment: Contact every CV chat I can can find and ask;
    Does anyone know someone personally who is/has been diagnosed with CV?

    Length: 6days

    Contacts made: unsure.

    Result: zero affirmatives.

  234. The only way small business is going to survive this mess is a total shutdown of taxation.
    Tax burdens are going to crush everyone with no revenue coming in to cover it.

    Kenoath.

  235. notafan

    Egg.

    Click into page. Spain numbers have gone up.

    A lot

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