Tuesday Forum: July 7, 2020

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  1. egg_

    We’ve supposedly had top scientists worldwide researching this thing for six months and only now they think it might be transferrable by small particle aerosol?

    Supermarkets have masks for floor staff and cough screens for checkout staff*; handwashing for customers.
    Covers all bases.

    *The Management staff who man the express checkout + Information/cigs counter (sans screen) don’t tend to wear a mask.
    Smokers don’t carry the bug?

  2. Boambee John

    Hodgkinson was the man who shot elected House leader Scalise

    Then of course there was the psycho neighbore who physically attacked poor ol’ Rand Paul while latter was mowing his lawn.

    But they acted in a sensitive, caring, non-fascist way. Just ask the bin chicken, he’ll confirm it!

  3. Mother Lode

    Re-education camp for you.

    Third on the left.

    Lucky for you.

    The first two doors are a ‘Gents’ and a ‘Ladies’, behind both of which are trapdoors that drop you in a grinder that turns you into mulch for hippie farms.

    You see, only a cis-gendered heterosexual would even consider just walking through those doors.

    Normal people who, for example identify as an amoeba-attracted piece of broken pottery, would stop outside the doors and wail about the injustice that there are not dedicated bathrooms for them.

    And light your car on fire.

  4. KD,
    Whilst quarantine duty is most definitely a job cops would not want to do the simple fact is that VIC massively stuffed up by not using cops and or ADF. Whereas NSW and Qld did and as a result it was taken seriously and not given to unaccountable amateurs.

    Somebody decided to exempt the Police (probably because they were not keen) and the whole state now suffering massively. 1 billion $ per week cost apparently.

    Then there is the fact NSW cops now having to man border due to stuff up by VIC.

    So we have Police Minister v Health Minister in a turf war and the Jobs minister responsible for getting the staff. Whoever let that happen is the one accountable. That is basically Andrews who was not in control of the situation. Even worse it seems people were warning them about quarantine issues early on.

    “I will assert here, and this may be just me, that this may be because enforcement of policy created and since mangled by bubble-dwelling bureaucrats with little or no life experience isn’t, or at least shouldn’t be, their goddamned job.”

  5. Boambee John

    egg

    former arts minister Don Harwin and deputy premier John Barilaro directed arts grants towards Coalition electorates in 2018 contrary to the advice of advisors.

    This seems to be a constant theme among the media and the so-called “progressive” left, who seem unable to comprehend that advisers advise, responsible executives decide.

    It is part of the ongoing push for undemocratic rule by “experts”.

  6. Anyone who has a functioning compoooter able to post Josh Frydenburg’s article from today’s Hun? I am a subscriber but this phone is pathetic for copy and paste.
    A taste:

    ‘While one understands the health reasons for the precautions being taken, we must maintain a sense of perspective and acknowledge that we are all in this together.’
    ‘But from here on, the focus must be on learning from mistakes, not repeating them, and directing more resources at the challenge.’

  7. calli

    Yay!

    New name for Victoria – SNAFU

    Sounds exotic.

  8. egg_

    ‘While one understands the health reasons for the precautions being taken, we must maintain a sense of perspective and acknowledge that we are all in this together.’
    ‘But from here on, the focus must be on learning from mistakes, not repeating them, and directing more resources at the challenge.’

    Orwellian speak for damage control after blitzing one’s own Economy?

  9. incoherent rambler

    Re-education camp for you.

    The choice is re-education camp or guerrilla training camp.

    Choose.

  10. lotocoti

    New name for Victoria – SNAFU

    Or BOHICA.

  11. Struth

    People , the insanity and lack of understanding of how the world works is astounding.

    Unfortunately even my dad is starting to succumb.
    He is in South Australia and just mumbled to me we don’t need those bloody Victorians coming over here.
    Too much MSM for the gullible baby boomers who just can’t seem to grasp that they could be lied to by the media so much because they come from a much more trusting time.
    But my own father knows what sort of rot that is to say and yet I had to remind him.

    Dad……trucks are driven by humans and Melbourne is still the nation’s busiest port.
    Most of our shit comes out of it, we’ve been part transporting it for years.

    Now you folk from interstate, and that is especially Western Australia, who get most of it’s imports via Melbourne, then by road and rail, and indeed the rest of the country, I ask you to think about the stupidity of believing shutting the borders will stop humans crossing it, unless you want to go without imported goods.
    Just think about how much gets imported.
    Not only that, Victorian produce, most states now rely on Victoria for their milk supply, what they produce themselves is not only inadequate but in many cases owned by the Chinese anyway.

    I guarantee you thousands of Victorians will be crossing all state borders everyday.
    They are those forgotten, never seen humans at the bottom of the social scale that supply everything around you that wasn’t naturally there in the first place…………..and yes they are humans and do catch viruses as well.
    They’re called truckies.

    So really, what’s all this really about?
    Is anyone bar twostix, beachcomber egg, bundyrum and a few others ready to face reality?

  12. Struth

    oh and of course MV …and I do apologise to others here who I have not mentioned but have worked it out.

  13. egg_

    Job plan rejig as Victoria bleeds billions

    The Morrison government is poised to outline a rejigged job support plan later this month, as banks extend loan repayment relief for struggling customers.

    Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is assessing the future of the JobSeeker and JobKeeper welfare programs, with a plan due to be released on July 23.

    JobKeeper wage subsidies are due to expire in September, while the JobSeeker dole payment has been doubled until then.

    “There is going to be another phase of income support,” Mr Frydenberg told the Seven Network on Wednesday.

    Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is confident the pandemic payments will be extended, saying the prime minister understands there will be more hardship and pain in his state.

    “I’m confident there will be support there,” he told the Nine Network.

    New lockdown measures across Melbourne will cost the economy up to $1 billion a week.

  14. Snoopy

    So really, what’s all this really about?
    Is anyone bar twostix, beachcomber egg, bundyrum and a few others ready to face reality?

    Has it anything to do with Brett Sutton’s front bum and moisture?

  15. Infidel Tiger King

    ‘Sup Melbourne?

    Bunning’s sausage sizzles back in Perth.

  16. Herodotus

    Laura Ingraham doing a good job showing how the left in USA is using school closures and keeping them going indefinitely to harm Trump, but also the kids.
    Sweden has shown that keeping schools open doesn’t increase the young infection rate.

  17. IT is right, look at the fall in the participation rate, how many people are actually on job seeker and job keeper, plus the uptick in the recorded U/E rate, if we get more lockdowns it will get so bad I think they might let everyone dip into their super funds.

  18. Dr Faustus

    In So, How’s It Going in Victoria news:

    Queenslanders provide ‘amazing’ school holiday surge to tourism on Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast

    The Queensland school holidays have brought a desperately needed surge of tourists on the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.

    On the Gold Coast, Sea World Resort has been at 90 percent occupancy and Turtle Beach Resort at Mermaid Beach is just under full occupancy.

    “This is the busiest school holidays we have ever had, surpassing any Christmas holiday bookings. It is just unbelievable,” Tall Trees owner Darren Jack said.

    Princess Palacechook gives a contented little sigh as LockDan makes her look like a paragon of good government. Another three years in the bag – and Trad in the bin.
    How’d all that happen?

  19. Farmer Gez

    May 11th

    As we ease restrictions, there will be further positive coronavirus cases, and possible outbreaks. To limit these cases and keep Victorians safe, the Government has outlined its plan for a new ‘outbreak unit’ within the Department of Health and Human Services’ public health team.

    The unit will include new rapid response outbreak squads, staffed by public health specialists and clinicians to ensure appropriate testing, contact tracing and deep cleaning is carried out as soon as a cluster is identified.

    The squads will also make proactive visits to high risk facilities, businesses and industries, and work with local services on infection control and prevention, while also stepping in to quickly manage any high-risk cases should they occur.

    Anyone who has the unfortunate experience of dealing with the DHHS will know it’s a dismal mess, run by emotional and mental wrecks of women who wield power without any common sense.
    Failure is no surprise.

  20. thefrollickingmole

    Infidel Tiger King

    Do you think i should drive 500 km to my nearest Bunnings sausage sizzle and livestream the purchase and consumption while wandering its aisles mask free?

    You know, to help keep up morale in Victoria as they see the wonderful freedoms they are less than a decade away from having themselves?

  21. thefrollickingmole

    Awesome people, we should definately take notice of their pronouncements on moral and social issues of today.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-08/johnny-depp-accuses-ex-wife-amber-heard-of-lying-in-uk–case/12432480

    “For the avoidance of any doubt, I have never abused Ms Heard, or, indeed, any other woman, in my life,” Depp said in a witness statement in which he characterised his ex-wife as a calculating, sociopathic, emotionally dishonest narcissist.


    In papers submitted to the court, Depp’s team also said Heard had begun an affair with Tesla chief executive Elon Musk in early 2015 shortly after they had got married and had engaged in at least one extra-marital relationship with her co-stars, with actor James Franco named.

    In his witness statement, Depp said Heard had thrown a vodka bottle at him, severing his finger off, and that his ex-wife or one of her friends had defecated in their bed.

  22. Infidel Tiger King

    Infidel Tiger King

    Do you think i should drive 500 km to my nearest Bunnings sausage sizzle and livestream the purchase and consumption while wandering its aisles mask free?

    You know, to help keep up morale in Victoria as they see the wonderful freedoms they are less than a decade away from having themselves?

    I almost live-streamed my consumption of a pint of Carlton Draught whilst perched at the bar last night.

    Sapping the morale and spirit of Melburnians is now what I live for.

  23. max

    thefrollickingmole
    #3507065, posted on July 8, 2020 at 11:18 am
    Schools would be well advised to set aside a week each year to go through Stoicism.

    Absolutely. And Montaigne who took much from Stoicism. The upheavals and religious conflicts in 16thC Europe were much worse than this.

  24. thefrollickingmole

    Sapping the morale and spirit of Melburnians is now what I live for.

    They will beg for the sweet release of Covid, West Australians will look down at them and whisper…no…

    Bat carcass in alley this morning, tooth marks on munched stomach. This Victoria is afraid of me. I have seen Dans face. The streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of Taxpayer handouts and when the handouts finally scab over, all the vermin will drown. The accumulated debt of all their arts grants and corruption will foam up about their waists and all the civil service and politicians will look up and shout “Save us!”…

    …and WA’ll look down, and whisper “no.”

    They had a choice, all of them. They could have followed in the footsteps of good men like my Infidel Tiger, or President Trump. Decent men, who believed in a day’s work for a day’s pay. Instead the followed the droppings of Dan and Communists and didn’t realize that the trail led over a precipice until it was too late. Don’t tell me they didn’t have a choice.

    Now the whole State stands on the brink, staring down into bloody hell, all those libertarians and intellectuals and Karens… and all of a sudden, nobody can think of anything to say.

  25. Nick

    I almost live-streamed my consumption of a pint of Carlton Draught whilst perched at the bar last night.

    Whatever happened to ‘buy local’?
    You should be sentenced to six months on West End and Emu.

  26. Makka

    Hall just wants us to pay for his kids. He think we owe them a living.

    No folks, that’s simply more lies from fatmouth JC. But you know that already. I believe Australian opportunities first and foremost should be for Australians and our children in the future. Not be awarded to the flood of new immigrants.

    My position is clear, so is Fisky’s and the RBA. Fisky knows more about this than JC or I so well worth paying attention to him. He’s called it right for years now. Fatmouth JC can lie all he wants. The fact is that Our high immigration has and will continue to keep Aussie wages low as can be seen clearly in per capita GDP. That’s RBA findings, not that it’s rocket science. Whereas JC wants you to believe your kids and grandkids futures and prosperity won’t be determined by the ever increasing immigrant numbers. That policy alone will decide your kids future if numpty JC and those globalist parasites like him have their way. People can choose what to believe or better yet research.

    Notice that numpty JC fights and argues incessantly for open borders and high immigration whenever the issue is raised. Migrants good- nationalism baaaaad. That’s because his only priority is precious Corp balance sheets, turbo globalism (cheap labour) and fk Australian quality of life. The share of GDP to wages incomes has been in steady decline since the late 70’s as our population rocketed with immigrants. Whereas capital income (corps and businesses) share has almost doubled. Thank You high immigration and globalism. Hello bespoke low earning jobs- barrista and hotel porter etc. This is why Govts and Business are so hot on immigration. Profit protection, GDP stats juicing – it’s all win for them. But not US.

    Let’s now await the lies and waffle from fatmouth trying to deflect and obfuscate in response. The usual bullshit, “Trades Hall” (anyone with a trade must be an idiot union retard). Lol. Only shiny arsed midgets with a FinMinor (from Kellogs) can discern the intricate complexities of our economic shitholeness. Right? What we see and experience every day, week , year ,decade as Australia increasingly turns into Mumbai and Shanghai is totally irrelevant. Right? Many more migrants excellent – organic pop growth baaaad.

    Haven’t seen any quotes of my demands for centralised wage fixing yet numpty. Can’t find them? You aren’t telling more lies here yet again are you JC FinMinor?

  27. Buy local, what a sham.

    Brisbane Bitter or Tooth’s KB were better than WA swill.

  28. johanna

    Just checked the teev guide and the National Press Club address is by David Anderson, Managing Director of TheirABC.

    His topic? TheirABC’s five year plan.

    I wonder if it features tractors?

  29. MemoryFault

    oh and of course MV

    Afternoon, Struth.
    Is okay. As I explained in the washup of all our respective sorties after the Anzac Day Dawn Services, I’ve had my fifteen minutes of fame, such as it was. It’s way past time for me to take a back seat and just carry the waterbag for a younger generation of activists, such as yourself.

    There aren’t words to describe the pride, sense of “belonging”, and accomplishment I felt that morning, as each of you came online to recount your experiences. Especially the Kittehs, Cassie and Ellie. I can’t speak for Cassie, who as far as I can tell is afraid of nothing, but I know for a fact that Ellie was petrified of being arrested and the effect it might have on her job. Nonetheless, she managed to cajole a couple of girlfriends into joining her, and together they fronted up at a local service.

    I know you and I differ a bit on the details of what comes next, Struth. And sometimes you get a bit down with the immensity of it all. But don’t ever give up or lose hope. Keep reminding yourself of that wise old adage –

    “It is not the beginning of the end, merely the end of the beginning”.

  30. Dr Faustus

    China Inks Military Deal With Iran Under Secretive 25-Year Plan

    It’s a dense lump of text, but worth it for anyone interested in how OBOR projects work in practice:

    One of the secret elements of the deal signed last year is that China will invest US$280 billion in developing Iran’s oil, gas, and petrochemicals sectors. This amount will be front-loaded into the first five-year period of the new 25-year deal, and the understanding is that further amounts will be available in each subsequent five year period, provided that both parties agree. There will be another US$120 billion of investment, which again can be front-loaded into the first five-year period, for upgrading Iran’s transport and manufacturing infrastructure, and again subject to increase in each subsequent period should both parties agree.

    In exchange for this, to begin with, Chinese companies will be given the first option to bid on any new – or stalled or uncompleted – oil, gas, and petrochemicals projects in Iran. China will also be able to buy any and all oil, gas, and petchems products at a minimum guaranteed discount of 12 per cent to the six-month rolling mean average price of comparable benchmark products, plus another 6 to 8 per cent of that metric for risk-adjusted compensation.

    Additionally, China will be granted the right to delay payment for up to two years and, significantly, it will be able to pay in soft currencies that it has accrued from doing business in Africa and the Former Soviet Union states. “Given the exchange rates involved in converting these soft currencies into hard currencies that Iran can obtain from its friendly Western banks, China is looking at another 8 to 12 per cent discount, which means a total discount of around 32 per cent for China on all oil gas, and petchems purchases,” one of the Iran sources underlined.

    In summary, China has inserted a pineapple which has Iran:

    – Committed to having Chinese businesses build its future oil/gas infrastructure;
    – Selling up to 100% of its crude oil/gas production at a 18% to 20% discount to market;
    – Being paid in Zimbabwean dollars, roubles, piastres, etc – 0n a 730 day settlement;
    – For the next 25 years.

    Hopefully LockDan has signed Victoria up for a much better deal.

  31. It’s possible for per capita GDP to fall and you can still get an increase in real wages for all workers.

    The share of GDP to wages incomes has been in steady decline since the late 70’s as our population rocketed with immigrants. Whereas capital income (corps and businesses) share has almost doubled

    Real wages have definitely increased. If the share of GDP for labour had stayed the same, real wages could have grown more slowly.

  32. The new East German Soviet Australian Woman will be a tractor of a woman, call her Fran.

  33. Infidel Tiger King

    Whatever happened to ‘buy local’?

    I deliberately bought a Melbourne beer to make it even more serendipitous.

  34. Dr Faustus

    Brisbane Bitter or Tooth’s KB were better than WA swill.

    Brisbane Bitter was quite a bit better than wash-down water from the Wuhan wet market..

  35. thefrollickingmole

    When were these lines written to a US President??
    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/07/deja-vu-all-over-again-4.php

    “To a degree that no one could have anticipated even three or four years ago, the educated elite of the American middle class have come to detest their society, and their detestation is rapidly diffusing to youth in general. The effects of this profound movement of opinion will be with us for generations. . .

    “What we are facing is the onset of nihilism in the United States…. The three most important points are that nihilists are almost entirely drawn from the educated, even upper classes. They are extremely idealistic, seeing themselves as agents of the purest charity. They are violent in the most extreme ways. . . Nihilist movements typically have led to political regimes of the most oppressive and reactionary qualities. . .

    “I know there is an authoritarian Left in this country, and I fear it.

    “It would be difficult to overestimate the degree to which young well-educated blacks detest white America.

    “In the best universities the best men are increasingly appalled by the authoritarian tendencies of the left. The inadequacies of traditional liberalism are equally unmistakable, while, not least important, the credulity, even the vulgarity of the supposed intellectual and social elite of the country has led increasing numbers of man and women of no especial political persuasion to realize that something is wrong somewhere.

    “The elite intelligentsia of the country are turning against the country—in science, in politics, in the fundaments of patriotism. How can we not pay for this?

    “Are we then witnessing the ultimate, destructive working out of the telos of liberal thought?

  36. Knuckle Dragger

    DNA poop testing?

    You’re actually testing to try and find teensy skin flakes and fragments from the interior ring gear of the pooper, not the poop itself.

    Lotta work for not much.

  37. MemoryFault

    if we get more lockdowns it will get so bad I think they might let everyone dip into their super funds.

    No need, Dot. The grubbymint is planning to do the “dipping” for us. That’s what all this is about.
    Surely you didn’t think we destroyed the economy and put a couple of million people out of work just to combat a variant of the common cold virus that has managed to kill less than one fifth of the number of people who died of ordinary old flu in the same period, did you?

    Or are you, like many others here, still clinging to the “bungling and incompetent politicians” theory?

  38. notafan

    Been out in melbograd this morning.

    One coffee shop had indoor customers, the other no sitting inside but you could sit at outside table.

    I’m about to go out again, very ticked with our incompetent labor government. Don’t agree with the strategy but if elimination was the plan then security staff having sex with people on quarantine, oh but we only got five minutes training is laughable.

  39. DrBeauGan

    oh and of course MV …and I do apologise to others here who I have not mentioned but have worked it out.

    No apology needed, Struth! 😊

    You’ve been consistently right about the important things for a fair time now. You have an admirable ability to see what is there. Instead of seeing what you are told is there. Keep it up.

    Incidentally, for those of a religious cast of mind, there’s an excellent article by Daniel J Mahoney in the latest Quadrant. There are French philosophers who are fighting back against the post modernist bullshit. They are defending Catholicism from the Pope and other wet temporisers.

  40. Nick

    I deliberately bought a Melbourne beer to make it even more serendipitous.

    No good deed goes unpunished

  41. William the Conjuror

    New lockdown measures across Melbourne will cost the economy up to $1 billion a week.

    Treasury and ATO estimates? Let’s say $1B x $70B / $130B = $538M likely actual cost per week.

    But, Jobseeker and Jobkeeper are already in place until September. So, maybe only child care additional cost, if any at all.

  42. Makka

    Real wages have definitely increased. If the share of GDP for labour had stayed the same, real wages could have grown more slowly.

    No dispute. However GDP per capita has been in decline since 2014 as our turbo charged immigration suppressed wages growth. Family incomes (ie family prosperity) as a share of our GDP has declined since the lat 70’s , by design as growing national wealth has increasingly been funneled into Business balance sheets away from wages. High immigration has helped achieve that. From Govt and Business POV it’s worked! But not for us.

    There is a point where high immigration is very damaging to our prosperity and quality of life. We are well past that. The balance is wrong and needs correcting. Has done for a long time.

  43. Dr Faustus

    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison

    Asked if he supports the six-week lockdown in Melbourne, Mr Morrison said it was a matter for Daniel Andrews.

    Fuck. Off.

  44. Top Ender:

    This country hasn’t passed from great to evil in two decades. America hasn’t failed. But Americans have been failed — misled by inept and deceitful political leaders, deserted by predatory and mercenary corporate chiefs, and, above all, betrayed by a parasitic cultural elite that exploited American freedom to trash the country. It isn’t America’s history that needs to be repudiated. It’s its present.

    + many. And the same goes for Australia.

  45. Top Ender

    Is anyone bar twostix, beachcomber egg, bundyrum and a few others ready to face reality?

    I dunno Struth.

    What’s the old saying: “Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity”.

    Or “Never mistake malevolence for incompetence”.

    Don’t forget the average IQ is 100.

    That means half the population is under it.

    1 to 24: Profound mental disability
    25 to 39: Severe mental disability
    40 to 54: Moderate mental disability
    55 to 69: Mild mental disability
    70 to 84: Borderline mental disability
    85 to 114: Average intelligence
    Link

    We should not expect our so-called leaders to be anything more than average.

    And they are also subject to the haranguing of those around them. The Andrew government must be a bubble of reflected idiocies.

    Hardly surprising they are incompetent.

  46. Knuckle Dragger

    Billy Conjo/ Karate Poof, shorter version:

    93.1% of Victorians will be unaffected by LockDan LockDown II.

  47. Pedro the Loafer

    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison

    Hohohoho. Pig’s arse.

  48. MemoryFault

    “Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity”.
    Or “Never mistake malevolence for incompetence”.

    Top Ender, I like you.
    That’s why I hope you can survive emotionally when reality finally and inevitably king hits you.
    Which will probably be before Christmas. So you don’t have long to wait.
    Meanwhile, enjoy the comfort of your self-delusions as best you can.

  49. Bruce in WA

    You know, I was once scathing of the shite dished up in Bruce Pascoe’s “Dark Emu” … UNTIL … we had our road trip up through the Pilbara. Honestly, it made me ashamed to be white, to see those once majestic fortresses, defensive walls and indeed entire cities reduced to their basic building blocks and scattered across the land like discarded children’s toys. We smashed their civilisation until barely one mammoth, incredibly skilfully dressed and fitted — without mortar — block survives.

    Once seen, it can never be forgotten!

  50. Mother Lode

    Lotta work for not much.

    There are some for whom it would be a labour of love.

  51. DrBeauGan

    We should not expect our so-called leaders to be anything more than average.

    Our operational leaders are in the public service, so called. We live under the dictatorship of the bureaucracy. They are significantly higher in IQ than the politicians, around 120 to 140. Unfortunately, that isn’t enough. It needs to be of Trumpian levels, ~160 to deal with the realities of the world. And nobody with that kind of brainpower will ever join the public service. You can find such people doing science, you can find them getting rich, they can solve problems pubic serpents can’t even see.

  52. thefrollickingmole

    PANDEMIC shouting TV morons hardest hit.
    https://issuesinsights.com/2020/07/07/is-the-covid-19-epidemic-coming-to-an-end-at-last/

    Well, firstly, it’s not actually us saying this. It’s the Centers for Disease Control, which reported that the death rate has fallen so far it’s now roughly equal to the threshold for even qualifying as an epidemic, which isn’t as severe as a pandemic.

    “Based on death certificate data, the percentage of (total U.S.) deaths attributed to pneumonia, influenza or COVID-19 (PIC) decreased from 9% during week 25 to 5.9% during week 26,” the CDC noted, adding that this was the 10th-straight week of declining deaths.

    While the “percentage is currently at the epidemic threshold,” additional data in coming weeks could change that, says the CDC.

  53. Infidel Tiger King

    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison

    That’s what I’ll be saying this weekend as I gorge myself at a winery with friends and family.

  54. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘before Christmas.’

    Noted. The Internet is forever.

  55. thefrollickingmole

    They are significantly higher in IQ than the politicians, around 120 to 140. Unfortunately, that isn’t enough.

    Nope, we want plodding dullards as public serpents.
    Those with little drive, no imagination whos jobs are to push the button/pull the lever to deliver the peanut they get paid every day.

    Having clever, bored and entitled Karens in those positions is exactly why we are in this mess.

    Tull explains it well.

    They make plans to perfect society, they dont know why their brilliance doesnt work.

  56. Fisky

    Oh dear! I can see some of us are trying to slither back to globalism and China-ism when they thought the coast was clear. I’m sure there’ll be plenty of good material to use against certain people in the near future!

  57. Bruce of Newcastle

    Mole – Speaking of Rorschach…Watchmen is on SBS Viceland tonight at 8:30 pm, followed by another excellent scifi – Capricorn One. Which is apt seeing that UAE is launching their Mars lander next week.

  58. Arnost

    Capricorn One. Which is apt seeing that UAE is launching their Mars lander next week.

    I saw recently a quote supposedly from one of the “German” US rocket scientists: “Did they consider faking the moon landing?” … “Yes – but it was easier just to send the men up there”

  59. Cassie of Sydney

    “Dr Faustus
    #3507171, posted on July 8, 2020 at 1:23 pm
    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison

    Asked if he supports the six-week lockdown in Melbourne, Mr Morrison said it was a matter for Daniel Andrews.

    Fuck. Off.”

    I am not. Morrison can just fuck off.

  60. Arnost

    Rorshach’s final Not even in the face of Armageddon … Never compromise quote is also very powerful and really makes the point that anti heroes – such as Rorschach can be more powerful than such as Ozymandias and even Dr Manhattan!

  61. incoherent rambler

    What did you expect from a state named after Viktor (a very ugly man).

  62. MemoryFault

    ‘before Christmas.’
    Noted. The Internet is forever.

    Actually Knuckles, it’s already started. It just hasn’t had a lot of publicity yet.
    Just yesterday a Cat named two super funds that invest exclusively in ruinables, one headed up by Simon Sheik, who founded “GetUp”, just a coincidence, I’m sure. Boambee John has written here a few times here about the alarmingly large, and rapidly increasing amount of “our” super funds finding its way into subsidised ruinable investment, most likely never to see the light of day, or the inside of your fund, ever again.

    You are getting to experience it however, in the form of ever increasing power bills, as the super money “investment”, and taxpayer supported “subsidies” find their way into the pockets of same old crony corporatists, many of them connected to our political parties, that have been pocketing said funds by the truckload ever since Abbott established our emissions trading scheme, back in September 2015.

    Then there are our trade union officials who now control two thirds of the three trillion in super, who get to clip the card on every one of these “investments”. That’s money that goes directly into the super fund management kitty itself, not back into the members’ retirement money.

    Plus we already have a not so small and quickly expanding bureaucracy – several actually – that “oversee” all this “investment”, and make sure it is being spent wisely and “correctly”. Like APRA.

    And finally we have our academic “experts” who have sagely adised grubbyment that the only way to “save” the nation is to destroy the economy, and replace it with a green, fossil free one.

    But you keep telling yourself none of this is happening, Knuckles, and I’m sure it will all be okay.

    Which reminds me – if memory serves, back when all this started and a million and half Australians suddenly found themselves added to the dole queues overnight, and some of us were predicting doom and gloom, you were ridiculing us and assuring all and sundry it would all be over and back to normal and forgotten “within six weeks”.

    How’s that working out for you?

  63. William the Conjuror

    The Real Housewives of Melbourne.

    2014. Adelaide rag. Fake.

  64. Infidel Tiger King

    ‘before Christmas.’

    Noted. The Internet is forever.

    You could fill several files in the Battye Library with the idiocy this loon has preedicted.

  65. thefrollickingmole

    Grigglebot.01 program engage…
    Grigglebot.01 sees satire/joke
    Does not compute
    Grigglebot.01 response

    2014. Adelaide rag. Fake.

    Grigglebot.01 resume scanning document with fucktardinator program……

  66. MemoryFault

    You could fill several files in the Battye Library

    Yes, because the WA State Library is THE logical place to look for copies of registered publications distributed from Victoria and Queensland. Don’t tell me Fisky is STILL in there vainly searching.

    BTW Impotent Prawn, how many former Lady Cats have you permanently driven away from this blog now? Surely you’re keeping score – for bragging rights down the track. And do the ones who end up in hospital – twice now – as a result of your viciousness count for double points?

  67. calli

    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison

    Weekend of stitch and bitch by the banks of the mighty Hawkesbury this weekend. So…no.

    Note to self: wine + sharp implements = bandaids. Must remember to take some.

  68. cohenite

    Pedro the Loafer
    #3507194, posted on July 8, 2020 at 1:55 pm
    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison
    Hohohoho. Pig’s arse.

    Scomo said that?! He must be taking the piss, lots of piss, swilling in piss; that would mean we’re all hunchbacks and/or chunks. Tough choice, hunchback or a chunk. Maybe both.

  69. calli

    And do the ones who end up in hospital – twice now – as a result of your viciousness count for double points?

    Surely not. He doesn’t have anything like that sort of power.

  70. calli

    Must remember to take some.

    Bandaids. No need to make a note for the other two.

  71. incoherent rambler

    Dan of the Dead is working out as an excellent investment for the CCP.
    Any clues on what the buy price was? Or is that under a VIK court suppression order?

  72. thefrollickingmole

    Tough choice, hunchback or a chunk. Maybe both.

    I identify as a bat.

    “Dont bite on me”.

  73. Pedro the Loafer

    FMD, William the Sock.

    You are a humourless prick aren’t you.

    I bet you are great fun on Friday nights at the pub.

  74. MemoryFault

    He doesn’t have anything like that sort of power.

    Wanna bet, Calli?
    All of us have emotional weaknesses, many Ladies especially so. There is a small cohort of particularly nasty, vicious, would be if they could be “men” who derive their principle pleasure in being here by ganging up on such women, until they succeed in driving them away -or putting them in hospital.

    Impotent Prawn is their Grand Master and Leader.

    You probably haven’t noticed because you are made of sterner stuff.
    But you are an exception, not the rule.

  75. Infidel Tiger King

    BTW Impotent Prawn, how many former Lady Cats have you permanently driven away from this blog now? Surely you’re keeping score – for bragging rights down the track. And do the ones who end up in hospital – twice now – as a result of your viciousness count for double points?

    I didn’t know you were a former lady and didn’t know it was me who drove you to hospital.

    I’m impressed if i did.

  76. Farmer Gez

    ‘We’re all Melburnians now’: Morrison

    ich bin ein dickhead.

  77. calli

    May I suggest that hospitalisation because mean/saucy words is a little extreme? Something else going on behind the scenes?

    The Cat is not for fragile people. If something upsets you, take a break.

  78. Knuckle Dragger

    Fault, 2.51;

    Great rant, but I was actually (and at the risk of involving others here) referring to TE’s ’emotional survival’ when ‘reality finally and inevitably king hits’ him. Which you were also referring to, quite clearly, when you said that just then.

    I’ll ask him how he’s holding up. In January, because the Internet is forever.

  79. Mater

    ‘We’re all subsidising Melburnians now’: Morrison

    FIFY Scotty!

  80. Bundyrum

    Was just having a cool beer and relaxing…surfing the interweb & came across some fuckwit.
    In their mind was, you may not think you are racist but if you have a white dog then inherently you are racist….madness.
    I will hunt to find out when cats are included.

  81. Knuckle Dragger

    Has General Trautmann been anointed as interim leader yet?

    I ask in the interests of all those holding the view martial law had been declared in March.

    Oh. Right.

  82. Herodotus

    We don’t want to be Melbogistanians.

  83. I didn’t know you were a former lady and didn’t know it was me who drove you to hospital.

    Heh.

  84. William the Conjuror

    Loafer,

    A murder of crows posing in Phillip Street, Sydney, back of the Reserve Bank, St James Church in the distance.

    Mighta laughed at an actual Melbourne pic, even a 6 year old one.

  85. DrBeauGan

    Nope, we want plodding dullards as public serpents.
    Those with little drive, no imagination whos jobs are to push the button/pull the lever to deliver the peanut they get paid every day.

    Having clever, bored and entitled Karens in those positions is exactly why we are in this mess.

    The problem is that over the dull, rule following, plodders, there are those who yearn to make up rules for the plodders, and indeed everybody else. The (relatively) clever Karens. Who are in fact poorly educated and nothing like as clever as they think they are. Mixing with dull plodders and politicians gives them a justified conviction of superiority which they wrongly generalise to the rest of the human race. Never having had to deal with anything requiring real intellect, being adrift at the policy level, mired in language with a tenuous grip on reality, never having encountered the intransigence of brute matter or discovered the patience and persistence required to deal with it, the useless parasites imagine themselves competent to design power generation and distribution systems and cope with pandemics. They can’t even see their own failures.

    If they were as clever as they think they are, they’d never have bought into the philosophical and economic drivel that is fashionable.

    I liked the Jethro Tull.

  86. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Oh grate – a Jetstar Princess “regrettable incident” at Sydneystan airport will now in all likelihood lead to a massive over reaction by braindead Beryl Gladyschlocklian, Health Hazzard, Barrel o’ Larros and other assorted headless chook style imbeciles.

    Here’s a friendly warning, you monstrous destructive dunderheads: No. More. Lockdowns.

  87. MemoryFault

    The Cat is not for fragile people. If something upsets you, take a break.

    Yes, I know that, Calli. And I agree. It is why I was on hand both times trying to get her to leave.
    I think I am more aware of the particular personal issues involved than anybody else here.

    For the same reason I appealed to Impotent Prawn and the others to please lay off. But they had tasted blood, and just kept going for the kill until they succeeded. They couldn’t help themselves.

    Vicious animals can be like that.

  88. Gladys has her fake crisis to go back to lockdowns?

    Australia has embraced East German Communism with such enthusiasm.

  89. Struth

    Remember the city that gave us dicky knee and red faces before we went out on a Saturday night?
    Most of Australia’s comedy.
    The Paul Hogan Show took the Sydneysider down there for Filming.
    Kath and Kim, and it’s own lively and happy night life and good bands like the Badloves and many others.
    Moonee Ponds mansions etc etc…….

    The Moccasin and tight stone wash denim jeans and mullet (with bloody w o g g y hghlights) muscle shirt bogans, due to a significant Italian and Greek bloodlines mix with convict Irish stock.
    Big coach touring companies and a population twice as active if the sun came out.
    As most of Australia is being laid waste by traitors, Melbourne was a great place to live in the 80’s and 90’s for many people.
    All of Australia was just starting to crank and the f…kers in our own public service swamp could not stand it for a second.

  90. cohenite

    This is important for Trump:

    https://www.intellectualtakeout.org/supreme-courts-faithless-electors-decision-safeguards-electoral-college/

    But it still begs the question: if a few demorat 5th columnists get elected to vote Trump and do not, a consequent court case will not be able to rectify it.

  91. Posted up in my spot in the last of the sunshine. Pint of Draught &a Jamo on ice.
    First pub trip since Kung Flu Lockdown 1 started.
    Don’t know the flabby pub- hipsters behind the bar, but said I thought I’d get one or two in before Lockdown 2 : Electric Boogaloo started.
    Dickhead said ” Yeah, but it’s good – we know it’s only 6 weeks and then we reopen!”
    All I could do was shake my head and lol.

  92. DrBeauGan

    I didn’t know you were a former lady and didn’t know it was me who drove you to hospital.

    I can forgive you almost anything, even dud economics, in exchange for that, ITKP.

  93. Infidel Tiger King

    Yes, I know that, Calli. And I agree. It is why I was on hand both times trying to get her to leave.
    I think I am more aware of the particular personal issues involved than anybody else here.

    For the same reason I appealed to Impotent Prawn and the others to please lay off. But they had tasted blood, and just kept going for the kill until they succeeded. They couldn’t help themselves.

    Vicious animals can be like that.

    The white knight strides forth on a steed made of soy.

  94. Bundyrum

    MV, question for you as you seem up on QLD stuff & I apologise if this been spoken about already.
    Pluckaduck said about a week ago that some of the restrictions from this scamdemic will never be lifted??
    Just looking for thoughts….which ones etc.

  95. incoherent rambler

    The white knight strides forth on a steed made of soy.

    I can also be sensitive to a lady’s requirements,

    if there is a chance of a root

  96. I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.

  97. Dr Faustus

    In Ruby Princess Reprise news:

    Public Health (COVID-19 Border Control) Order 2020
    7 July @ 6.45pm

    The object of this Order is to restrict entry into New South Wales of persons who have been in Victoria within the previous 14 days before entry.

    10 minutes later:

    Passengers on a flight from Melbourne to Sydney last night disembarked without being screened by NSW Health officials, in a major breach of the state’s coronavirus protocols.

    We’re all Melburnians now.
    #howdothesepeoplekeeptheirjobs

  98. MemoryFault

    The Moccasin and tight stone wash denim jeans and mullet (with bloody w o g g y hghlights) muscle shirt bogans

    Struth.
    Please leave my wardrobe out of this. I was young and silly.
    It was long before I became old and foolish.

  99. MemoryFault

    Just looking for thoughts….which ones etc.

    No idea, Bundy.
    But that’s hardly surprising. She’s been making it up as she goes along for months now, and I doubt that she has any idea what the “roolz” will be this time next week, let alone next year.

    And she hasn’t got Jackie on hand to tell her anymore, either. Calamity!

  100. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Lotta work for not much.
    There are some for whom it would be a labour of love.

    Indeed. They’re known as “Germans”.

  101. MemoryFault

    Visitors!
    How exciting.

  102. Struth

    I couldn’t quite get into the whole bogan look, becos as yoos all no, I was all fuckin’ class.

    However I admit to wearing stone wash for a while, and I had the odd flannelette shirt.
    About ten of them.
    When I got together with Mrs Struth she moved in during summer when, of course, I wasn’t wearing them.
    I went to grab a flannelette shirt when it got colder in winter and noticed I had none anymore.
    The bastards had vanished …………………………….

  103. Nick

    Yes, I know that, Calli. And I agree. It is why I was on hand both times trying to get her to leave.
    I think I am more aware of the particular personal issues involved than anybody else here.

    For the same reason I appealed to Impotent Prawn and the others to please lay off. But they had tasted blood, and just kept going for the kill until they succeeded. They couldn’t help themselves.

    Vicious animals can be like that.

    It’s hard to keep up here. You mean the self confessed ‘love of your life’ you hadn’t actually met and who didn’t want contact from you ? The same one who would come in, fling the most outrageous insults and then storm off in a mental huff? Cats were particularly well restrained.

  104. Bundyrum

    Ah…..Ellie has flounced or been smitten?

  105. MemoryFault

    The bastards had vanished ……

    Yeah, they can be like that.
    Marilyn pulled the same stunt with my black cashmere, gold embroidered caftan.

    Back to my visitors.

  106. MemoryFault

    Ah…..Ellie has flounced or been smitten?

    Neither.

  107. Dr Faustus

    China opens Hong Kong headquarters for its secret police

    The name is revealing:

    Office for Safeguarding the National Security of the Central Government of the People’s Republic of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

    It’s always about protecting government.
    Everywhere.

  108. Nick

    Neither

    Enough of your bullshit. She came in, did her best to stir up and annoy posters, leaving in a huff (again).
    Posters largely ignored what was akin to a chimp flinging faeces.

  109. Bundyrum

    Walked past tv7 news, they congratulated the mayor on the Gold Coast for buying his 10th property.
    This place is fucked.

  110. Leigh Lowe

    Catallaxy.
    No country for brittle chicks.
    Gone in the Tiger ambulance.
    Twice.
    Bwah, ha, ha, ha.

  111. Oh come on

    I’m watching a docco on George Wallace. I didn’t know he repented towards the end of his life and disavowed segregation.

  112. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Black Lives Matter: Too many are feeding off our native title bountyMARK KOOLMATRIE

    12:00AM July 8, 2020
    154 Comments

    Our indigenous family can’t have it both ways when, quite rightly, promoting the cause that Black Lives Matter.

    They’re right to bring to Australia’s attention the poorer education standards, poorer health outcomes, higher incarceration rates, higher deaths in custody rates and higher unemployment of our people and the racial abuse we suffer. But, at the same time, we must take steps to clean our own backyard.

    Now is the hour when our indigenous community calls on South Australia’s Marshall government — and other governments — to help lead us away from the corporation management system that has led to widespread corruption, incompetence and nepotism.

    You may ask: why is it important and how does it relate to BLM?

    Indigenous corporations throughout South Australia receive tens of millions of dollars annually through mining company payments under native title agreements or through grants for running health services and “community” organisations for what seems the creation and maintenance of family dynasties.

    Many of these organisations have been placed into administration because of poor governance, reckless financial management and simply going broke. But no indigenous director is ever prosecuted. Some have been directors of more than one body that has gone into administration, but nothing happens to them. There is no accountability for bad behaviour, so it just keeps happening.

    Under the native title system millions of dollars annually are paid to bodies often controlled by one family group who decide how the money is divided up in their community.

    This leads to a power imbalance, opportunities for corruption and nepotism. There are very real and public concerns about the level of corruption in this system.

    It is this simple: you do as the controlling family says or receive nothing.

    There are good community-minded directors who are denied basic information of the boards they are on.

    Some have never seen financial statements and are being denied access to other essential information. They are excluded from decisions and even meetings. Questions by directors and members go unanswered.

    Then there is the role of lawyers who sometimes protect the interests of the controlling families (and therefore their ongoing fees), instead of acting in members’ interest.

    There are many stories of people being threatened and assaulted for daring to stand up to these indigenous corporate bullies.

    We have had a gut full of everyone turning a blind eye.

    From the Oz.

  113. Bundyrum

    Good post ZKTA, but fuck all gonna change until the left gets pulverized & with our ‘conservative government ‘ the whole country is fucked.

  114. Bruce of Newcastle

    It’s fun watching lefties cancel each other. Noam Chomsky is far-lefty royalty, yet isn’t immune:

    Leftists Condemn Arch-leftist Noam Chomsky for Defending Free Speech (7 Jul)

    Nor is the lefty musical Hamilton:

    ‘Cancel Hamilton’ Trends As Leftists Demand Disney Pull Musical That ‘Glorifies Slave Trader’ (7 Jul)

    I recall it being celebrated by the Left only a year ago for being so woke and having so many dusky cast members in it. Nope, not woke enough it seems.

    The feral-fighting-feral fun has gotten so bad that now even lefties are alarmed at themselves:

    J.K. Rowling Signs Open Letter Calling For an End to Cancel Culture (7 Jul)

    Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling joined a group of over one hundred writers and academics calling for an end to cancel culture and the “intolerant climate that has set in on all sides”, which drew backlash from both sides of the political divide.

    J.K. Rowling, alongside liberal New York Times writer Bari Weiss and left-wing linguist Noam Chomsky, signed the letter with dozens of academics which has drawn fierce backlash from the woke Twitterati.

    Good luck with that insufficiently-woke peoples. Your side is playing No True Scotsman over and over until you all finally run out of Scotsmen.

  115. kaysee

    It continues …..
     
    A basic, no-frills explanation of those ideologies.
    Which colour is yours?
     

  116. Farmer Gez

    Our municipality is doing it’s bit and tightening its belt in the Covid crisis.

    Our farm rate has increased by 11%.

    How will they survive?

  117. calli

    Passengers on a flight from Melbourne to Sydney last night disembarked without being screened by NSW Health officials, in a major breach of the state’s coronavirus protocols.

    That sounds so stupid it must be deliberate.

    Sabotage.

  118. kaysee

    The ideologies 😺
     
    One
     
    Two
     
    Three

  119. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Leftists Condemn Arch-leftist Noam Chomsky for Defending Free Speech (7 Jul)

    let the darkness fall over all

  120. Boambee John

    ITK and Fisky.

    Posted originally on the “Political twit-erer” thread. Another argument against the population ponzi, it discriminates against the indigenous population.

    If a particular state/territory is losing or gaining an MP it is because its population relative to the rest has changed. It is about relative population movements and not absolute movements. It is also not about an increase or reduction in representation.

    This relative change in population has been caused by the propensity of new migrants to settle in Sydney or Melbourne. The population ponzi discriminates against the indigenous. You heard it here first.

    For the sake of our indigenous population, stop all immigration now

  121. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Office for Safeguarding the National Security of the Central Government of the People’s Republic of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

    the important question remains, red armbands?

  122. notafan

    That cat was me MV.

    And the reason I posted the ethical superfund information is because people can voluntarily choose to direct their super to renewables, and they do..

    And I’m sure if you check the details of union funds even more will offer ethical options.

    Not to mention Simon Sheikh openly claims that in order to achieve 100 % renewables a total of 7.7% of existing superannuation fund money ‘needs’ to be invested in the sector.

    Not 100%.

    Incidentally arch criminals usually go for dastardly secret plots to achieve world domination.

    They don’t run heavily advertised pandemic modelling conferences at internationally renowned University hospitals.

  123. calli

    ‘Cancel Hamilton’ Trends As Leftists Demand Disney Pull Musical That ‘Glorifies Slave Trader’

    Oh really?

    Hamilton is not known to have ever owned slaves, although members of his family were slave owners. At the time of her death, Hamilton’s mother owned two slaves named Christian and Ajax, and she had written a will leaving them to her sons; however, due to their illegitimacy, Hamilton and his brother were held ineligible to inherit her property, and never took ownership of the slaves

    Exactly what I was told last year when I visited his mansion in NYC. A modest house for such an influential man. And the house has an interesting history, too, including being moved a couple of blocks down the street.

  124. Dr Faustus

    the important question remains, red armbands?

    MI5
    FBI
    ASIO
    OSNSCGORCHKSAR.

    They need a snappier acronym.

  125. Farmer Gez

    Mildura had a top temperature of 7.5 degrees today.

    Most of Northern Vic froze under fog and low cloud and barely a breath of wind to turn the bird killers.

  126. Boambee John

    Zulu

    Picked up from the latest VETAFFAIRS, might be of interest to you.

    You Tube Vietnam videos recorded by 2Lt JB Neervoort, 6RAR, on Super 8, sounds recorded on a cassette recorder in his pack. Contact him on 0414 278 621 or [email protected].

    Vietnam Vanguard – The 5th Battalion’s Approach to Counter Insurgency 1966, Read free online, or $55 plus postage from ANU Press.

  127. kaysee

    Massachusetts City Officially Recognizes Polyamorous Relationships

    A left-leaning Massachusetts city has adopted a domestic partnership ordinance granting polyamorous groups the same rights as married couples.
     
    The Somerville City Council voted unanimously last Thursday to approve the measure, which affords domestic partnerships between two or more people the same rights as spouses, including the ability to confer health insurance benefits and to visit hospitalized partners.

  128. JC

    I had to.

    @DanielAndrewsMP
    You hunchbacked dickhead. 6 weeks from now we open up and then there’s another outbreak. Do you then force another closedown? You can’t stop a virus unless there’s a vax or natural immunity. You Liars Party dunce #auspol @michaelobrienmp

  129. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘No country for brittle chicks’

    Or blokes.

  130. Knuckle Dragger

    Or rose drinkers.

  131. stackja

    Al T College more virus cases.

  132. Nick

    Kevin Rudd on facechook is blaming the Murdoch press for any criticism of Andrews. I had a look at the comments. I think I know which numpties voted for Andrews.

  133. Infidel Tiger King

    ITK and Fisky.

    Posted originally on the “Political twit-erer” thread. Another argument against the population ponzi, it discriminates against the indigenous population.

    Another great point Boambee.

    The Ponzi is racist.

  134. notafan

    Today being pre lockdown local park was packed.

    I declare 8 July 2020 miraculous virus free day in the state of Victoria.

    Clearly virii take a break on Wednesdays.

  135. notafan

    I am a Murdoch sheep.

    I don’t read his newspapers but still he controls my mind.

    And will continue to do so forever.

    Bill Gates/Rupert Murdoch/George Soros.

  136. JC

    This will be fun to watch how it all turns out if true.

    Maxwell appears to be bartering avoiding jail in exchange for alleged sex tapes.

  137. Bundyrum

    For fucks sake shiny arse, there is no upcoming vax for this scamdemic, they may imply it, but it will be fucking useless you dumb bastard.
    Go right ahead & trust the microsoft arsehole.

  138. That’s his point Bundy.

    There probably won’t be a vaccine.

    Which JC has said over and over again.

  139. JC

    Ted

    You sound like like a tough guy. Like really scary tough. Seriously, go pick bananas and fuck off outta here. Your contribution is a negative.

  140. JC

    Dot

    Bundy misses the point. There’s potentially no end to rolling lockups. Very low intelligence.

  141. Yes that’s right JC.

    Get ready for COVID 20, FLU 21 and BUBONIC PLAGUE 22.

  142. areff

    Who’s in hospital, MF?

  143. Roger

    Kevin Rudd on facechook is blaming the Murdoch press for any criticism of Andrews.

    Oh look, over there…a squirrel!

  144. Bruce of Newcastle

    Maxwell appears to be bartering avoiding jail in exchange for alleged sex tapes.

    Tapes will be watched and not watched.

    Ghislaine Should Be On Suicide Watch: Former MDC Warden (7 Jul)

    A former warden at the jail holding Ghislaine Maxwell says the accused Jeffrey Epstein accomplice should be on suicide watch – as her case is ‘too explosive to risk her killing herself behind bars,’ reports the New York Post.

    The tapes of the corridor outside her cell will be remarkably unwatched, I suspect, rather like the ones outside Epstein’s cell were completely and mysteriously of no interest to anyone in that particular jail.

  145. zyconoclast

    ‘Blackout Day’ calls for black Americans to wield economic power

    Tuesday is designated as Blackout Day, a solidarity movement that calls for black Americans to demonstrate their economic influence as a measure to spur equality and justice nationwide.

    Blackout Day asks black Americans to refrain from spending money on anything for one day — and if necessary, to spend it at black-owned businesses, according to the Blackout website.

    The movement to dedicate one day to support black-owned businesses has been around for decades, but ongoing outcry over police brutality and inequality has added significance to this year’s observance.

  146. zyconoclast

    check out the title of this website

    https://cronkitenews.azpbs.org/

  147. MatrixTransform

    Ah…..Ellie has flounced or been smitten?

    I think that being ignored was the main problem

    same problem as her bitchy BFF

  148. egg_

    Teh Dumb
    Bruce Billson fmr Lib Vic MP on with sTan Grant as host

  149. egg_

    Teh Dumb
    Seems annoyed with Dan-the-man’s lockdown of Melbourne and the damage to the Economy

    Lockdown #1 for 2 months was OK, Aunty?

  150. Tel

    Maxwell appears to be bartering avoiding jail in exchange for alleged sex tapes.

    Yup … she kept a handful of choice DVD’s off to one side at a hidden location as a little insurance policy.

    Once she has handed them over to the cops, the FBI can destroy the last remaining evidence and everyone will breathe a deep sigh of relief. Close one huh?

  151. JC

    Bruce

    Epstein killed himself. Dude, the jailers aren’t the brightest sparks in the universe. These are people who willingly are incarcerated each working day! Also, you need to appreciate the fact that stupid people in America are truly the stupidest people on earth. Yes, Epstein suicided.

  152. Tel

    Never having had to deal with anything requiring real intellect, being adrift at the policy level, mired in language with a tenuous grip on reality, never having encountered the intransigence of brute matter or discovered the patience and persistence required to deal with it, the useless parasites imagine themselves competent to design power generation and distribution systems and cope with pandemics. They can’t even see their own failures.

    Warning labels were the start of the downfall … we can all see that now.

  153. Roger

    Teh Dumb
    Seems annoyed with Dan-the-man’s lockdown of Melbourne and the damage to the Economy

    If you’ve lost The Dumb you’ve no hope.

  154. egg_

    Teh Dumb
    Lockdown:
    Economic ruin
    Mental ‘Elf

  155. Leigh Lowe

    Ha, ha.
    The Great Escape.
    Decamped to the country estate for the duration of the LockDan.
    But the next episode of Messing About in Boats has been deferred pending the arrival of the diesel mechanic.
    It is a John Deere but sounding like a Massey Ferguson.

  156. Leigh Lowe

    Yeah.
    Who’s in hospital and how did they get there?

  157. zyconoclast

    from the Daily Mail

    Private [email protected] school becomes Victoria’s second biggest coronavirus cluster – as more than 100 infected students and teachers are linked to the college

  158. rickw

    Rep. Ilhan Omar calls for “dismantling” of the U.S. “economy and political systems,” which she calls a “system of oppression.”

    Oh, so she’s missing Somalia and wants to bring it to the USA.

  159. JC

    This is getting towards 5 months of close down for 25% of the Australian economy. This isn’t trifle stuff.

    The hunchback is a total fucking dishonest piece of shit.

    He gave those security jobs to his union mates and we’re now fucked. This dirtbag deserves jail time.

  160. Infidel Tiger King

    I did it.

    You come at the King you best not miss.

  161. Infidel Tiger King

    Victoria doesn’t create any real wealth.

    It’s irrelevant.

  162. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘I think that being ignored was the main problem’

    In general terms, and dependent on their individual circumstances at a particular time, people sometimes receive sympathy from others.

    They don’t demand it.

    And they certainly don’t receive it after they demand it, and even more certainly after they’ve spent the previous two hours stampeding all over the joint picking unsolicited fights.

  163. JC

    It is a John Deere but sounding like a Massey Ferguson.

    Did you listen to the engine tone all night? If you did, please make an appointment at the clinic as our capable staff are the world authority on Ferguson -Deere syndrome.

  164. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘But the next episode of Messing About in Boats has been deferred pending the arrival of the diesel mechanic.’

    I see. A marine version of Jeremy Clarkson.

  165. egg_

    Maxwell appears to be bartering avoiding jail in exchange for alleged sex tapes.

    Yup … she kept a handful of choice DVD’s off to one side at a hidden location as a little insurance policy.

    Once she has handed them over to the cops, the FBI can destroy the last remaining evidence and everyone will breathe a deep sigh of relief. Close one huh?

    She could distribute copies to a bunch of buddies, but then they’d be vulnerable to Arkancide, too.

  166. Herodotus

    And Montaigne who took much from Stoicism.
    I heard that his wife married him “because he was there.”

  167. JC

    Ferguson- Deere.. That reminds me, Where’s cronkite with his latest news from the WHO?

  168. Infidel Tiger King

    Dan is helping me JC.

    He doesn’t want me to have to buy you a nice dinner.

  169. mh

    I’m warming to her

    Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly has secret sex tapes in her possession that would expose powerful Epstein acquaintances, giving her clout in any potential plea deal while also acting as a form of protection against being ‘suicided’.
    That’s according to an unnamed former friend of Maxwell’s, who told the Daily Mail, “If Ghislaine goes down, she’s going to take the whole damn lot of them with her.”
    “The secret stash of sex tapes I believe Ghislaine has squirreled away could end up being her get-out-of-jail card if the authorities are willing to trade,” said the insider. “She has copies of everything Epstein had. They could implicate some twisted movers and shakers.”..
    .

  170. JC

    He doesn’t want me to have to buy you a nice dinner.

    Which reminds me. I’m on shaving duty this evening. We managed to get a good load of WA truffles at wholesale price luckily delivered yesterday before they closed that down too. Man, they’re delicious. I’m afraid I’ll be gonsky for a short while from the Cat. Carry on without me.

  171. Knuckle Dragger

    In Hanging In There Too Long news:

    ‘Mary Kay Letourneau, who was convicted of raping her student and then later marrying him, has died at age 58.’

    ‘Letourneau was a 34-year-old teacher when she made headlines for having sex with one of her grade six students.’

    ‘Letourneau and Mr Fualaau… married in 2005. But in 2017, he filed for separation however withdrew the request. He said he had thought about leaving the relationship but Letourneau said she was still madly in love with her husband.’

    ‘In a 2018 documentary Mary Kay Letourneau: Autobiography the former teacher claimed that she didn’t think the relationship could result in an arrest.

    ‘Letourneau went on to also claim how the student instigated the sexual relationship with his increasingly aggressive advances. Mr Fualaau allegedly bet with one of his friends he could seduce his former teacher.’

    I mean, seriously. Is there anyone that HASN’T bet his mates he could chop up one of the teachers?

  172. egg_

    But the next episode of Messing About in Boats has been deferred pending the arrival of the diesel mechanic.
    It is a John Deere but sounding like a Massey Ferguson.

    Miss John C’s JD harvester discussions.
    We had JD’s in some of our compressors, very reliable.

  173. thefrollickingmole

    “The secret stash of sex tapes I believe Ghislaine has squirreled away could end up being her get-out-of-jail card if the authorities are willing to trade,” said the insider. “She has copies of everything Epstein had. They could implicate some twisted movers and shakers.”…

    Epstein died because they found his.

  174. Knuckle Dragger

    Finally (the Hun):

    ‘Tense scenes between civilians and police have erupted outside one of the Flemington towers overnight.
    Dramatic vision of the arrest showed police swarming the man and bringing him to the ground near the Holland Court flats, before he yells “I can’t breathe”.’

  175. egg_

    Has Maxwell’s obituary already been written?

  176. mh

    Jizza will play her hand way better than Jeff.

    Smart lady.

  177. mh

    Infowars

    What will be the outcome of the Ghislaine Maxwell saga?

    Suicided. (64%, 13,645 Votes)

    Some jail time after naming names. (25%, 5,315 Votes)

    Acquitted. (6%, 1,325 Votes)

    Prison for life. (5%, 1,029 Votes)

    Total Voters: 21,314Vote

  178. Infidel Tiger King

    Maxwell is carrying on the family tradition.

    She knows what happens without a backup plan.

  179. Mark A

    egg_
    #3507436, posted on July 8, 2020 at 6:34 pm

    Maxwell appears to be bartering avoiding jail in exchange for alleged sex tapes.

    She could distribute copies to a bunch of buddies, but then they’d be vulnerable to Arkancide, too.

    Not necessarily, they can be deposited at various safe places and sent to different news outlets including WIKIleaks anonymously.

    In case some decline to publish in the US or Britain I’m sure there would be at least one or two other outlets like in Russia or China who’d be only too happy to spread a bit of dirt.

  180. Bundyrum

    Hey shiny arse, you managed to sell Australia yet ya wanker.
    Bananas on the way too, just need your NYC battlezone address.

  181. kaysee

    Gab CEO Andrew Torba says Visa has blacklisted his family

    Torba’s warning is based on his recent discovery that payment processor Visa, which blacklisted Gab last week and prevented it from processing credit and debit card transactions, has also blacklisted his family.
     
    “We were told this week that not only is Gab blacklisted by Visa as a business, but my personal name, phone number, address, and more are all also blacklisted by Visa. If I wanted to leave Gab tomorrow (something that isn’t going to happen) and start a lemonade stand I wouldn’t be able to obtain merchant processing for it,” Torba wrote.
     
    Torba notes that whenever Gab sets up a new card processor, Visa contacts the processor, tells them Gab is flagged for “illegal activity,” and warns them that if they don’t stop processing Gab’s payments, they’ll be heavily fined.
     
    “When the processor inquires about this alleged ‘illegal activity,’ Visa tells them that Gab has been flagged for ‘hate speech,’” Torba added.

  182. stackja

    Sophie Welsh, Kieran Rooney, Brianna Travers, Herald Sun
    July 8, 2020 5:12pm

    Al-Taqwa College has become Victoria’s second-biggest cluster

    More than 100 coronavirus cases have now been linked to the outbreak at Al-Taqwa College in Truganina.

    With another seven COVID-19 cases confirmed today, the Truganina school cluster identified only nine days ago has already risen to 102 staff, students and close contacts.

    Victoria’s Chief Health Office Brett Sutton said he believed schools were manageable if people kept physical distancing and hygiene up.

    While transmission in schools was not high, Al-Taqwa College in Truganina was an exemption. There are now 90 cases linked to the outbreak at the school.

  183. Knuckle Dragger

    They don’t need Maxwell’s alleged tapes. If she has any.

    If any make it to public screens they’ll be immediately shouted down as high-quality photoshopping, similar to all the ‘actresses when they were porn stars before’ on the webs, like the Amber Heard collection.

    There won’t be the credibility in them to extort anything, undoctored or not.

    But they’ll off her anyway. Just for being a pest.

  184. stackja

    Ashton left Patton holding the valise.

  185. Tim Neilson

    I had to.

    @DanielAndrewsMP
    You hunchbacked dickhead. 6 weeks from now we open up and then there’s another outbreak. Do you then force another closedown? You can’t stop a virus unless there’s a vax or natural immunity. You Liars Party dunce #auspol @michaelobrienmp

    Someone had to!
    Thanks JC

  186. egg_

    Teh Dumb
    Seems annoyed with Dan-the-man’s lockdown of Melbourne and the damage to the Economy

    If you’ve lost The Dumb you’ve no hope.

    Likely ABC News Editorial’s official opinion of the dunce.

  187. calli

    While transmission in schools was not high, Al-Taqwa College in Truganina was an exemption.

    Exception?

  188. egg_

    they’ll off her anyway.

    +1

    She should have been Epstein’s protection.

  189. Tim Neilson

    CFMEUistan – 191 new cases yesterday, 134 today BEFORE the full lockdown started. Something to keep in mind if the spread slows down over the next week or so and the Hunchback tries to pose as the heroic decisive leader who saved us.

  190. Roger

    Likely ABC News Editorial’s official opinion of the dunce.

    Odds on an Andrews’ resignation?

    Tricky, as he can put ‘In the midst of a crisis I am the best to lead’ into play.

    James Merlino, anyone?

  191. Farmer Gez

    It is a John Deere but sounding like a Massey Ferguson.

    If it’s a Massey Ferguson then it would be the sounds of silence, Massey Ferguson don’t make motors.
    Perkins motors were put in Masseys.

    JC.
    Shaving truffles. Do you need heels for that?

  192. kaysee

    Wikipedia Page For Kamala Harris Getting Scrubbed To Remove Potentially Damaging Information

    Everyone knows Kamala Harris is on the short list to be Joe Biden’s running mate.
     
    Now something is happening which suggests she might be the final choice.
     
    Her Wikipedia page is apparently being heavily scrubbed for anything that could potentially be used against her.

    The Kamala Harris Wikipedia page has now been placed under “discretionary sanctions” after administrators discovered that the article had been edited over 500 times since early May — mostly by one user:

    The neutrality of this article is disputed. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please do not remove this message until conditions to do so are met. (July 2020) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)

  193. Frank

    I can also be sensitive to a lady’s requirements,
    if there is a chance of a root

    and then

    I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.

    Even pity sex starts to look good sometimes. The single life can do that.

  194. William the Conjuror

    Bloody Jeff on ACA. Still a dickhead.

  195. mh

    There is some good stuff from Roger Stone on this video.

    I will be listening to all of it later.

  196. Nick

    New Zealand today announced it will press charges against a coronavirus patient who absconded from quarantine to go to a supermarket last night.

    The 32-year-old man – who was ordered into isolation after arriving in the country from India on July 3 – escaped through a fence at his Auckland hotel before browsing the aisles and even taking selfies at a local store.

  197. egg_

    ABC News Sophie Scott scaremongering on the beer bug: heart & lungs damage, 1/3 died from heart failure e.g. arrhythmia – mouldies with pneumonia on ventilators?

  198. JC

    Hey Artie

    I actually picked Victoria as the answer to this question. Wrongly so.

    Haven’t you told us WA is the most Australian state?

    The population of which Australian state has the highest proportion of people born overseas?

    Answer: Western Australia (35%).

    You’re no longer allowed to0 make unverified assertions at the Cat.

  199. cohenite

    The chunk virus will disappear after Trump loses 2020.

  200. egg_

    ABC News Sophie Scott

    Medical Reporter
    All old News.

  201. Frank

    WA used to be skewed towards the white collared more than the rest of the country too.

  202. Nick

    FMD

    A sexual predator who groped a 12-year-old boy at a shopping centre has been jailed for just two years after a judge ruled the man had simply ‘misread the situation’.

    Fouad ‘Fred’ Hasna, 50, claimed the boy gave him ‘signals’ and a ‘sexual look’ before entering a Bass Hill Plaza public toilet in 2017 – also known as a ‘gay cruising’ spot.

    The married dad also exposed himself to the little boy, forced his hand onto his penis and slapped him – but claimed to not know he was underage.

    But despite the disturbing attack, a judge claimed the father-of-two had ‘misread the situation’ and was not a threat to the community, The Daily Telegraph reported.

    Parramatta District Court Judge Robyn Tupman described the prison sentence as ‘unfortunate’ and an ‘undesirable outcome for everyone.’

  203. egg_

    ABC News Sophie Scott scaremongering on the beer bug: heart & lungs damage, 1/3 died from heart failure e.g. arrhythmia

    Featured a Paki looking Doctor in Surgical garb – might be intended to scare the Tower swarthies.

  204. Knuckle Dragger

    Heading:

    ‘Western Australia’

    Subheading:

    ‘Birmingham’

  205. Infidel Tiger King

    The population of which Australian state has the highest proportion of people born overseas?

    Answer: Western Australia (35%).

    You’re no longer allowed to0 make unverified assertions at the Cat.

    It’s unfortunate, but this lovely place is full of Poms, Saffas, Bog Irish and smatterings of other filth. We tend to keep them largely under control though.

  206. Infidel Tiger King

    WA used to be skewed towards the white collared more than the rest of the country too.

    It’s a weird place.

    Blue collar workers are the wealthy and the white collars are poor.

  207. Leigh Lowe

    If it’s a Massey Ferguson then it would be the sounds of silence, Massey Ferguson don’t make motors.
    Perkins motors were put in Masseys

    And that is why I am not on the spanners.
    I am just topsides hacking the dorsals off sharks and tossing them back in.
    Can’t wait for the regular deckhands to be allowed back in.

  208. Frank

    Come on ITK, it’s all new money over there. Horrible place.

  209. JC

    Cronkite

    You think he’ll lose the erection? I mean election.

  210. Carpe Jugulum

    I am just topsides hacking the dorsals off sharks and tossing them back in.

    You’re missing out on a pile of saleable meat.

  211. H B Bear

    It’s unfortunate, but this lovely place is full of Poms, Saffas, Bog Irish and smatterings of other filth. We tend to keep them largely under control though.

    And if you avoid the soccer, rugby and far northern suburbs you can avoid them all.

  212. Knuckle Dragger

    The First Test. England v West Indies.

    In England.

    Raining.

    Unprecedented.

  213. Twostix

    Passengers on a flight from Melbourne to Sydney last night disembarked without being screened by NSW Health officials, in a major breach of the state’s coronavirus protocols.

    Once is an accident, twice is a…

  214. JC

    Come on ITK, it’s all new money over there. Horrible place.

    Don’t be silly, Frank.

    Rones is old money. In fact it’s so old he’s still transacting in guineas. No need to ask him as he’ll tell you.

  215. Bruce of Newcastle

    Geoff Park has excelled even his usual excellence with his latest set of black swan photos. And a fish!
    The previous set of an antechinus are amazing also.

  216. H B Bear

    Blue collar workers are the wealthy and the white collars are poor

    Call an electrician and chances are he makes more than you.

  217. cohenite

    You think he’ll lose the erection? I mean election.

    I’ve advised you before head prefect, you’re much funnier when you’re serious.

  218. Leigh Lowe

    Carpe Jugulum

    #3507514, posted on July 8, 2020 at 7:42 pm

    I am just topsides hacking the dorsals off sharks and tossing them back in.

    You’re missing out on a pile of saleable meat.

    They are Grey Nurse.
    Don’t taste that good.

  219. JC

    Lol

    If Hussein qualifies for Mt. Rushmore, so does Benedict Arnold.

  220. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘Passengers on a flight from Melbourne to Sydney last night disembarked without being screened by NSW Health officials, in a major breach of the state’s coronavirus protocols.’

    Presser from NSW health supremos – empowered, confident, promoted-on-merit-no-really wymyn in charge of everything:

    *tears, streaky mascara* ‘We’re just trying really hard.’

  221. H B Bear

    Old money is if you made money in the nickel boom Poseidon. New money is if you made on Murrin Murrin and got out in time.

  222. Mitch M.

    Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms

    The cases, published in the journal Brain, revealed a rise in a life-threatening condition called acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (Adem), as the first wave of infections swept through Britain. At UCL’s Institute of Neurology, Adem cases rose from one a month before the pandemic to two or three per week in April and May. One woman, who was 59, died of the complication.

    A dozen patients had inflammation of the central nervous system, 10 had brain disease with delirium or psychosis, eight had strokes and a further eight had peripheral nerve problems, mostly diagnosed as Guillain-Barré syndrome, an immune reaction that attacks the nerves and causes paralysis. It is fatal in 5% of cases.

  223. JC

    Cronkers

    Come on, don’t be like that. I know I’ve been a little to harsh toward you recently. It’s insensitive, I know.

    But do you really think he’ll lose?

  224. egg_

    Passengers on a flight from Melbourne to Sydney last night disembarked without being screened by NSW Health officials, in a major breach of the state’s coronavirus protocols.

    Once is an accident, twice is a…

    The elite?
    Viz non Quarantining cruise ship Doctors who claimed they were just waived through.
    NSW ‘Elf knows the beer bug is a farce.

  225. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Old money is if you made money in the nickel boom Poseidon. New money is if you made on Murrin Murrin and got out in time.

    Poseidon. Now there’s a “blast from the past.”

  226. JC

    Rones made a fortune on the Posiden boom. He told us when he was very drunk. Incredible trading acumen in mid teens. Really amazing.

  227. egg_

    One woman, who was 59, died of the complication.

    Does it affect certain age groups, going by the Diamond Princess cases?

  228. JC

    There it blows.

    Come on rones . I wanna take out the NYC fire truck.

  229. Zyconoclast

    A 10-year-old girl has been found with her throat slit and words carved into her body before her 14-year-old cousin was arrested.

    Police were called to a family farm in Gunnedah in northwest NSW about 7am on Wednesday after reports the younger girl was suffering serious injuries.

    By the time police arrived the girl had already died and was found with a slit throat and her body mutilated.

    It is believed the young girl’s injuries had been inflicted with a knife.

    The teenager’s mother returned to the farmhouse about 7.15am to find her niece had her throat slit and her daughter missing, The Daily Telegraph reported.

    A desperate search for the 14-year-old found her on a neighbouring property at 8.30am and she was in a daze.

    The 14-year-old girl is being held at Gunnedah Police Station but no charges have been laid.

    She allegedly told police that she had cut her cousin’s throat and stabbed her multiple times with the knife.

    The teenager was arrested and taken to Gunnedah Police Station to be interviewed.

    Police have refused to detail the girl’s injuries or what type of weapon had been used.

    Officers from Oxley Police District established a crime scene and forensic police are scouring the property for evidence.

  230. egg_

    Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is an autoimmune demyelinating disorder of the central nervous system and can present following influenza A infections as multifocal neurological deficits. ADEM remains a challenging diagnosis, and high clinical suspicious coupled with laboratory investigations and neuroimaging is required to exclude other primary and secondary demyelinating disorders.

  231. max

    Peter V’Landys hates the Victorian racing establishment. Victorian horses banned from entering NSW from tonight.

  232. mh

    Kanye


    …West gave an extensive interview to Forbes magazine. He said his support for the president diminished when he “caught wind that he hid in the bunker” during tense protests near the White House last month. (Trump has denied the claim and called it a false report.)

    Randall Lane, the article’s author, wrote that West considers himself a Republican, and saved his toughest criticism for Biden.

    “I’m not saying Trump’s in my way, he may be a part of my way. And Joe Biden? Like come on man, please. You know? Obama’s special. Trump’s special. We say Kanye West is special. America needs special people that lead. Bill Clinton? Special. Joe Biden’s not special,” West, said. West told the magazine that he is pro-life, pro-school prayer, against the death penalty and will run as an Independent. He told the magazine that his campaign slogan will be “YES!”

    https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/kanye-west-no-longer-supports-trump-says-biden-not-special

  233. H B Bear

    Oh the irony, if the Africans were not already locked up in the towers, there has probably never been a better time to commit crime in Victoriastan. VicPol actually have a good excuse this time.

  234. Zyconoclast

    Hyundai has begun delivering the first of 10 ground-breaking, commercially available, hydrogen-powered trucks to Switzerland.
    Billed as the world’s first fuel-cell heavy duty trucks, the Hyundai Xcient Fuel Cell is powered by a 190kW hydrogen system with a range of around 400km.

  235. Leigh Lowe

    JC

    #3507537, posted on July 8, 2020 at 7:57 pm

    There it blows.

    Come on rones . I wanna take out the NYC fire truck.

    Don’t back the fire truck into Artie’s ambulance.

  236. Bruce of Newcastle

    Old money is if you made money in the nickel boom Poseidon. New money is if you made on Murrin Murrin and got out in time.

    Tesla is the new nickel. Or tulips.

  237. cohenite

    But do you really think he’ll lose?

    Voter fraud and turnout will be big factors. I don’t think the Kanye West bullshit will run and the idiot has had some bad words for Trump recently and allegedly since it’s its reported in the shit media.

    If the debates occur I think Trump will win; if they don’t and the biden camp successfully sell their refusal then I don’t think he will.

    The wascist riots still have some way to go and there may be some twists; if Trump has to step in and bloodshed occurs then there’s trouble. Alternatively his base need some evidence that he’s got this in hand. It’s also the case that every black death by random shooters sends black voters to Trump. If Trump gets black support in the double figures then he’s there; if he doesn’t then he may be done.

    If Trump loses I reckon he will have to leave the country; the demorats have unleashed the madness of the left and I don’t think they can control it.

    I hate demorat and left wing women generally.

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