Tuesday Forum: July 14, 2020

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  1. Whatever became of the ISIS psy-op?
    Bueller?
    “CIA Op?”
    Correct

  2. Johno

    Get stuffed. I have a good book to read.

  3. DrBeauGan

    ACA poll reports that 81% want us to go to Stage 4 lockdown.

    Is stage four lockdown when they weld the doors shut?

  4. egg_

    That was not anything to do with admissible evidence, but the guys were highlighting areas where the investigators should be focusing on, and trying to delve further.

    Yup.

    And the vid I posted today was showing how it’s done.

  5. especially the V8 rumble;

    I’ll get some decent DPLRBL clips uploaded with better mic.
    The machine sounds sik.
    Headturning? Yup.
    WOT?
    Crazy lion roaring. Addictive.
    #rightfootlyfe

  6. MemoryFault

    That should be written in large letters under the every Cat banner.

    Absolutely, Delta.
    Some people should not be here for their own good.
    The second time around Sinclair realised that and put her in moderation for her own good. Unfortunately, by then it was too late. She ended up back in hospital anyway.

  7. Zyconoclast

    P, cool lion pic.

  8. Snoopy

    ACA poll reports that 81% want us to go to Stage 4 lockdown.

    I believe that. If the government promised a $750 pw UBI 81% would agree to a permanent Level 4 lockdown.

  9. Mater

    ACA poll reports that 81% want us to go to Stage 4 lockdown.

    Low info audience?

    Yeah, it’s not an unbiased result.
    Tracy has been pushing the ‘elimination’ barrow for the last few days, telling everyone that it was achievable. Even had Prof Tony Blakely (epidemiologist) on tonight, also saying that elimination was possible.

    If you watched ACA (and couldn’t think independently) it’d appear as a no-brainer.

  10. Top Ender

    Zachary Rolfe: NT police officer’s parents sell house after Black Lives Matter activist threats

    The high society parents of Constable Zachary Rolfe – who is charged with the murder of an indigenous man in the Northern Territory – are selling their home after threats from Black Lives Matter activists.

    Craig Dunlop, Canberra Star
    Subscriber only

    The high-society Canberra parents of NT Police Constable Zachary Rolfe, who is awaiting trial for murder, are selling their dress-circle family home just weeks after revealing they had been the target of “conduct” so serious their son could no longer live with them while on bail.

    Constable Rolfe, 29 is on leave from Northern Territory Police on full pay after being charged with the murder of Kumanjayi Walker, 19, after shooting him during an arrest at Yuendumu in November last year.

    He has indicated he will plead not guilty.

    The aftermath of Constable Rolfe’s shooting of Kumanjayi Walker saw tense protests around the country.

    Constable Rolfe has not returned to the Northern Territory since being granted watch-house bail, after which he flew home accompanied by his mother, Canberra socialite and philanthropist Deb.

    He has attended pre-trial court hearings by video link.

    Constable Rolfe’s bail conditions included living at his parents’ home on Endeavour St, in the leafy Canberra suburb of Red Hill.

    That changed last month when Northern Territory Local Court Judge John Birch rubber-stamped Constable Rolfe moving to an address — which is suppressed — after being handed a confidential affidavit detailing “conduct that is alleged to have taken place towards the defendant, as well as his family”.

    The affidavit detailing the alleged “conduct” towards Constable Rolfe and his parents has not been made public, but the The Canberra Star has been told by nearby residents of “activists” who appear to be associated with the Black Lives Matter movement.

    Constable Rolfe’s father, Richard Rolfe, is a successful and respected Canberra car dealer.

    Requests for comment on his son’s case have been met with refusals from his staff.

    The listing for the family’s five-bedroom home makes no mention of the apparent reason for the sale.

    It is not being sold to bankroll Constable Rolfe’s top-dollar defence, which is being funded by the NT Police Association.

    LJ Hooker agent Stephen Thompson told realestate.com.au the home was on a large parcel of land and would attract discerning buyers.

    “In the true sense, it’s a character home, it’s good quality as is, but it’s like a farmhouse,” he said.

    The Rolfe family has owned the house since 1999, when they started a “sympathetic renovation and extension” on it.

    The home features a billiard room, a four-car garage, three outdoor areas and a formal lounge and dining area.

    It goes to auction on July 25.

  11. cohenite

    Another great Trump lady, Kathy Barnette, running for the house in 2020:

    https://kathybarnetteforcongress.com/

  12. Tel

    We were a Kafkaesque penal colony in 1788 and we are a Kafkaesque penal colony in 2020.

    That’s totally wrong … in 1788 we were an honest penal colony where the crooks knew they were crooks, the troops knew they were troops, and the officers knew how to order the others around.

    The Kafkaesque commie crap only started creeping in after 2000 or there abouts … a bit here a bit there.

  13. Farmer Gez

    NSW health are terribly pleased they’ve traced the Crossroads Hotel outbreak to a single man from Victoria.
    I could have told them that, his first name is Daniel – last name Andrews.

  14. MatrixTransform

    Nothing has changed

    don’t fall off the top of the Victim Totem old man.

    suits you up there

    … nice dress

  15. MemoryFault

    ACA poll reports that 81% want us to go to Stage 4 lockdown.

    Sir Humphrey explains about polls.

  16. Struth

    She is now chair of the global Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations and on executive board of the Australian National COVID-19 Coordination Commission. I would not expect her to, as they say, rock the boat in either of these roles.

    Which is a front organisation of the WHO which is of course the UN, and also the Gates foundation and other sick bastards, launched at Davos, they tie in with Fauci and his expensive “Vaccines” and drug companies he is a major shareholder in, and they’ve been instrumental in poo pooing any other vaccine that is competition to theirs, which has not been proven to work.
    However it will work because once it gets the go ahead the virus will magically disappear.
    This has caused many unnecessary deaths.
    Check out Fauci’s comments on a visit to the Vatican.
    She is one of the main pieces of shit that organised the plandemic at event 201, and I’m sorry but it’s just too much of a coincidence to be a coincidence.
    Jane Halton just happens to be turning up on her old mate’s show, the tall streak of pelican shit that is putting party politics before her country, Credlin, tonight.
    They turn up here and there, as their profiles rise from the corruption and havoc they reek.

    Piss week ministers and Sco Mo is one of them , definitely know what’s going on and what they are up to yet she is almost public servant royalty.

    She is a raging left wing snot box of idiocy, she is not a medical doctor, but a globalist activist.
    She is chair of an organisation that is run by and funded by the WHO and gates, so therefore she is part of a dishonest organisation that lied about China and is led by a Maxist terrorist who is also not a doctor.
    If these people are at the top of our long marched through swamp, how easy would it be, really, to carry off this bullshit.
    Do you think she is the only one?
    Do you think that brain dead second CHO of Victoria , Van Die-men, wouldn’t be part of it.
    How many more behind the scenes?
    How many hospitals, schools, police stations, court houses , councils, any government department, etc fly the marxist flags of race in front of their buildings?
    The top players know what they are doing and the so do many more below them.
    There are those just following the money below them, corruption not a problem at all, and there is the completely politically naive working for them throughout the whole swamp.

    People scoff at this shit because they seem to think that every single person enacting this evil upon us, must be in on a conspiracy or that is what we are suggesting .
    Not at all.
    I’m sure those in health bureaucracies that ordered their doctors to fudge CoD figures did it for the extra money that they would receive, but somebody had to provide that incentive, set that situation up.
    Why would they do that?

    Which

    There’s so much more and it is not conspiracy theory when you can see video of Fauci, you can watch them work out how the plandemic would run in

  17. cohenite

    Top Ender
    #3514254, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:25 pm
    Zachary Rolfe: NT police officer’s parents sell house after Black Lives Matter activist threats

    Fuck that pisses me off. But this is what the right have to do to the left; at least publicly shame them.

  18. P

    Dr BG,

    The bloke I was thinking of when I put the vid upthread, was Willy of Tim & Willy, well known radio identities from Phoenix.
    May his wonderful wife who was his mainstay, R.I.P.

  19. Infidel Tiger King

    Grimshaw is a lesbian recluse who only has horses for company.

    Lockdowns suit her lifestyle.

  20. kaysee

    Delta A
    #3513018, posted on July 14, 2020 at 7:09 pm
    Unfortunately, I’ve found that conservatives are not good joiners.

    Delta, Co-founder, Thank you for your support.
     
    What I have suggested isn’t difficult. It is a starting point. You’ve already stated that you are going to start writing more letters. That is already a step towards something positive. If you do get to writing and can share that (I am conscious of the need for anonymity), that is another step. And maybe, someone reading what you share could then be motivated to do the same.
     
    I threw in the term Catallaction Club as a whimsical suggestion. I have a time-battle, I am not here daily. The spirit is willing, but …………..
     
    Here’s what I suggest. If either of us (or anyone else on the forum) wants to contribute to “the club”, they mark the comment # Catallaction Club (as below, unless someone has a better idea). Otherwise the comment can get lost in the general forum comment pool. Although a dedicated thread would be nice, this is not my blog. Having this Open Forum is much to be thankful for.
     
    Re, the Fed member who doesn’t reply. Perhaps the member hopes the tactic will work and those pesky constituents will just go away.
     
    Boambee John has offered some good suggestions here. (Honorary club member? 🙂 )
    .
     
    # Catallaction Club

  21. TG, ask the Doomlord for my email. I’ll hook you up.

    Yes!

  22. egg_

    Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations

    Sounds like KRuddish.

  23. calli

    Johno
    #3514239, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:15 pm
    Get stuffed. I have a good book to read.

    Johno, if I have offended you with my lighthearted comment about the weirdness of this year, I am very sorry.

    I blame the Killer Hornets. And the imminent collapse of the Three Gorges Dam. And all the other b/s that has washed ashore in the past six months.

  24. Geriatric Mayfly

    From an article on internet Chess during lockdown in the Spectator. I have always had trouble with sums, but the final calculation is either hyperbowl or designed to make me even more fearful of numbers.

    “After two moves each, there are already 72,000 permutations. After three moves each there are nine million, and after four moves each, 288 billion. In a game of 40 moves (about average) there are more potential permutations than atoms in the known universe…”

    Asking for a friend.

  25. Gunner:

    Speaking of Canada Club rampages, who is it who drinks Woodstock in celebration?
    Winston?
    Mh? Lol

    Woodstock?
    Moi?
    I had to google it to find out what it was… Haha! It’s premix bourbon!
    Bloody ‘ell, gunner.

  26. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Top Ender
    #3514254, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:25 pm
    Zachary Rolfe: NT police officer’s parents sell house after Black Lives Matter activist threats

    Black Lives Matter activists sell house after All Lives Matter activist threats…

  27. Bar Beach Swimmer

    Leigh at 7:03
    good to see you’re back!

  28. cohenite

    “After two moves each, there are already 72,000 permutations. After three moves each there are nine million, and after four moves each, 288 billion. In a game of 40 moves (about average) there are more potential permutations than atoms in the known universe…”

    No. Not all moves are equal; once you wean out the dumb moves you’re left with surprisingly few.

  29. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger King

    #3514228, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:10 pm

    I have no idea what you are talking about, but I hope your time in hospital was relaxing.

    Get better soon.

    It was.
    Thank you for asking.
    And I am much better thanks.
    The sea air is doing wonders.
    Particularly when it is going past at 50 kmh.

  30. mh

    Bespoke is the Woodstock can drinker here.

  31. calli

    Oh dear! Horror!

    From a staff of 6,083 (2018).

    So less than 1% on a number two years old. My heart bleeds for them.

  32. Struth

    We had all that out LL.
    You’re a smug arm chair critic who read in to our activities that which we did not say was our reasons as regard to the Anzac day protest.
    What you wanted to think was our reasoning for doing it was not why we did it at all, but you had convinced yourself it was, so whatev’s.
    Ancient history.

    Boring subject and now irrelevant.

    I don’t want to go there again, but if you want to make another comment about it I’ll oblige ……………….no actually fuck it.
    Not worth it.
    Get back to giving yourself high blood pressure about the Falconio murder.
    That’s important right now.

  33. Knuckle Dragger

    What?

    I checked my email. Nothing.

    Oh. The other email. Hang on.

  34. Knuckle Dragger

    calli, 5.34;

    ‘You are conflating two very separate groups of commenters.’

    Yup.

  35. twostix

    It is not illegal to shoot unarmed enemy.

    Yes it is.

    Everyone pray that they’re never guarding prisoners in this guy’s army.

  36. Knuckle Dragger

    Sigh.

    Although I mentioned this before:

    Body language, and/or non-verbal communication is not admissible into evidence in any Australian court.

    I think you can use it in the Pause The TV So I Can Make Notes Court of 21 Jump Street.

  37. Natural instinct:

    At the end of this process the number of jobs at UNSW will still be approximately 500 higher than in 2015.

    Bloody slow learners, aren’t they?
    Try dropping the numbers 10% below the 2015 mark, and see if the senior admin people will take a 40% cut.
    No?

  38. MemoryFault

    Struth
    #3514260, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:27 pm

    +100 + eleventy-seven, Struth.

    Especially the bit about “conspiracy theory”. One of the problems getting people to see all this, is their apparent need to lump it all together and label it all as one huge, impossible “conspiracy theory”.

    Truth is far simpler. Lots of different groups, all with their own barrows to push, all jumping on a situation common to all. Our Liberals are on board because they see it as an election winner once they can start spending our super. WHO see the opportunity to become the preeminent force in world health control. The UN see themselves playing a leading role in whatever transpires. The Deep State Globalists see it as a means of beating the Chinese in their trade war. Gates and the the other Malthusians see it as killing off a lot of unnecessary people. And so on.

    All with their own agendas, but all heading in more or less the same direction, utilising the same set of circumstances.

  39. KD

    What if you have a series of newly migrated Indian witnesses, victims and accused?

  40. calli

    I got it wrong.

    MURDER Hornets.

  41. Leigh Lowe

    Mater

    #3514247, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    ACA poll reports that 81% want us to go to Stage 4 lockdown.

    Low info audience?

    Yeah, it’s not an unbiased result.
    Tracy has been pushing the ‘elimination’ barrow for the last few days, telling everyone that it was achievable

    FMD!
    So has the afternoon bint on 3AW, Ding Dong Dunleavy.
    On the basis of a fucking rumour that it was happening with no evidence as why it is justified, what it was supposed to achieve and what damage it might do.
    Fucking hell.
    They work for a commercial radio station.
    If there is a six week Stage 4 Lockdan, most advertisers will pull the pin on adverts straight away.
    Why advertise to people who can’t buy?

  42. P

    The sea air is doing wonders.

    You were sorely missed here.

    When I was 14yrs I read a book which made an impression on me. I can’t explain why.
    The Keeper of the Bees by Gene Stratton-Porter.

  43. egg_

    I think you can use it in the Pause The TV So I Can Make Notes Court of 21 Jump Street.

    The wanker can’t help himself.

  44. Eyrie

    “Truth is far simpler. Lots of different groups, all with their own barrows to push, all jumping on a situation common to all.”

    Yup, no giant conspiracy, just a mutual confluence of normally disparate interests. Applies in spades to the global warming/renewable scam.

  45. Leigh Lowe

    Bar Beach Swimmer

    #3514280, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    Leigh at 7:03
    good to see you’re back!

    Why thank you.
    It’s tough down here under the yoke of Dan.
    Although we are outside the Iron Curtain, with no Dirty Dannograd visitors.

  46. egg_

    What Twostix said to Grigs re thinking you’re addressing 6th Class applies.

  47. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘What if you have a series of newly migrated Indian witnesses, victims and accused?’

    Not in our courts, no.

    Although some of our Afghani, er, people have used kulcha related non-verbal things to mitigate their actions prior to sentencing (a good one is ‘but that child looked at me with those sexy eyes so I led him into the shopping centre dunnies ‘cos that’s what happens at home’) you can’t ask a jury to draw an adverse inference when adjudicating on guilt or not.

  48. Infidel Tiger King

    That Jo Nova really is a kook.

    I see she is pushing for a full lockdown and complete elimination.

    Sceptic my fat arse.

  49. Zyconoclast:

    India’s caste system long placed Dalits at the bottom of a social hierarchy, once terming them “untouchables.” Inequities and violence against Dalits have persisted for decades after India banned caste discrimination.

    Good thing – the caste system is one of the more repugnant customs from India – it has no place in Western culture, especially when it is practiced by the class that plays the race card with such frequency.

  50. Knuckle Dragger

    I remember!

    It was ‘Degenerate Kiwi filthbot’, used after about the hundredth sodomy and demanding acceptance from people she’d never met statement.

  51. Eyrie

    Jo “Karen” Nova. Blown whatever credibility she ever had about anything.

  52. cohenite

    Stalker, I was talking about Jo’s work on alarmism. Now, don’t overreach. Just saying.

  53. egg_

    As well as rafiki?, Pickles and JABL are barristers IIRC, but I doubt they’re into online edumacation of the proles.

  54. kaysee

    From the archives:
     
    Skeleton Lovers? Couple Held Hands for 1,500 Years
     
    Quick Fact
     
    The story

  55. DrBeauGan

    “After two moves each, there are already 72,000 permutations. After three moves each there are nine million, and after four moves each, 288 billion. In a game of 40 moves (about average) there are more potential permutations than atoms in the known universe…”

    There are ten pieces you can move on the first move, eight pawns and two knights. Moving a pawn can allow a bishop or queen to move to one of less than six squares moving the king’s pawn allows moving the queen or kb to one of nine possible squares. So after one move each there are 100 possible configurations, and after two moves each 10×10 ×19×19 = 36,100 possible configurations. It opens up a bit on the third move where there are about fifty possible moves, nearly all of them stupid, but this gives around the nine million he quotes. There are never more than 100 possible moves, all but half a dozen moronic, so you can see where he gets his estimate from, but I make it rather generous.

  56. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Trinity nuclear test brought peace in 1945 and proliferation in decades to followWARREN KOZAK

    The Wall Street Journal
    4:34PM July 15, 2020
    Comments

    Seventy-five years ago today, the world’s first atomic explosion, codenamed Trinity, jolted the New Mexico desert just before dawn.

    Gathered to witness the detonation was an extraordinary conglomeration of intellect. There were European emigres Edward Teller, Leo Szilard and Enrico Fermi as well as Berkeley’s Ernest Lawrence and Harvard’s James Conant. The project was led by physicist Robert Oppenheimer and US Army Major General Leslie Groves.

    If only the US could establish an equally strong partnership among the military, industry and academe today.

    The device, nicknamed “the Gadget”, was less than 2m in diameter and covered with cables, metal fuse boxes and masking tape, not at all like today’s immaculate weapons. It could have been a component of an elevator. The plutonium core was transported separately in the back seat of an army sedan. Oppenheimer didn’t want to risk blowing up any towns along the way.

    There was a betting pool among the scientists on the bomb’s yield (its TNT equivalent in kilotons). Norman Ramsey, the pessimist, guessed low at zero. ­Teller wagered high at 45kt. Nobel laureate Isidor Isaac Rabi won the pool at 18kt. He entered late and 18 was the only number available.

    All doubt disappeared when the Gadget ignited with a blinding flash charging upward into the stratosphere.

    Philip Morrison, a 29-year-old physicist, remembered feeling a heat like the sun break that cold desert morning. Oppenheimer simply said: “It worked.”

    A city centre could be destroyed in an instant. But the historic event remained a closely guarded secret for two weeks. President Harry S. Truman, in Potsdam for the post-VE conference with Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill, was handed a telegram that evening: “Operated on this morning. Diagnosis not yet complete but ­results seem satisfactory and already exceed expectations.”

    When Truman told Stalin the US had a powerful new weapon, the Soviet dictator showed no surprise. Truman didn’t know that Stalin had been kept in the loop throughout the project by two spies in New Mexico, the more ­important being Klaus Fuchs, a German exile and a communist.

    Four hours after the blast, ­almost 1500km away, another bomb, “Little Boy”, embarked from Hunter’s Point in San Francisco on the USS Indianapolis, bound for the B-29 base on the ­island of Tinian. On August 6, it destroyed Hiroshima. The Manhattan Project ($US2.2bn) and B-29 bomber ($US3bn) were the war’s most expensive projects.

    The reaction within Allied countries to the atomic bombings of Japan was relief. They ended the most brutal war in history without an invasion of the ­Japanese home islands, which would have resulted in millions of casualties.

    The US held a monopoly on operational nuclear weapons, until the Soviets detonated “First Lightning” on August 29, 1949 — a direct copy of the bomb dropped on Nagasaki four years earlier, thanks to the spy Fuchs.

    The nuclear club has expanded since then. Though dozens of wars and skirmishes have been fought since Nagasaki, killing millions, no ­nuclear weapon has been used in anger.

  57. mh

    What does a possible Stage 5 lockdown in Victoria entail?

    I’ve heard it can involve forced removal of foreskins. Is this true?

  58. Leigh Lowe

    Struth

    #3514289, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:48 pm

    We had all that out LL.
    You’re a smug arm chair critic who read in to our activities that which we did not say was our reasons as regard to the Anzac day protest

    My response on the day was to a comment by Cardimona along the lines of “went down to the cenotaph in [????? Qld] this morning. Only five patriots there.”
    My objection to that was that I would not be lectured by anyone about what patriotism means to me, and how I should express it.
    This was followed by lots of sneering “Frank Thring” comments from the Cardigan Commandos.
    There was also the implication that “this was what the Anzacs would have wanted”.
    Presuming to know what Anzacs would have wanted is a misappropriation of their valour for your own ends.
    Make your own case.
    Don’t hijack the Anzacs as validation.

  59. cohenite

    I’ve heard it can involve forced removal of foreskins. Is this true?

    Let’s hope so; that’s all the hunchback is: one giant foreskin.

  60. Viva

    Judith Collins, a former police minister, was elected National Party leader in an emergency caucus meeting on Tuesday evening after the shock resignation of Todd Muller, just 10 weeks from election day.

    After winning the leadership vote Ms Collins, who as police minister had been nicknamed “Crusher Collins”, immediately said that she intended to “crush” Labour in the September poll.

    They sure breed conservative female pols tough over in NZ. A previous National PM Jenny Shipley went by the nickname “Tank Commander”.

  61. Mark A

    A joke!
    (in case someone mistakes it for God knows what else)

    A wife was in bed with her lover when she heard Paddy, her husband’s key in the door. “Stay where you are,” she said. “He’s so drunk he won’t even notice you’re in bed with me.”

    Paddy lurched into bed, but a few minutes later, through a drunken haze, he saw six feet sticking out at the end of the bed.

    Paddy turned to his wife: “Hey, there are six feet in this bed. There should only be four. What’s going on?”

    “You’re so drunk you miscounted,” said the wife. Get out of bed and try again. You can see better from over there.

    Paddy climbed out of bed and counted. One, two, three, four.

    Aye, you’re right.

  62. Nick

    ITK, Nick, KD.
    Check your e-mail.

    All I got was a cryptic message that said 91 kilo she male seeks love of his life for late night unrequited sexual miaowing. Is it code ?

  63. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger King

    #3514311, posted on July 15, 2020 at 8:01 pm

    That Jo Nova really is a kook.

    I see she is pushing for a full lockdown and complete elimination.

    Sceptic my fat arse.

    That is a real head-scratcher for me.
    On climate she is all-in for empirical evidence and forget the wild arse projections.
    Then she sees one, well, wild-arse projection on Kung Flu and folds the tent.
    Does anyone know Bjorn Lomborg thinks about Kung Flu?
    Following his climate line, if he was consistent he would say, “well, Kung Flu is real, and it will cause some damage, but we are better to use targetted mitigation instead of blowing the whole joint up”.

  64. cohenite

    I’ve got a lot of time for Michael Shellenberger. His arguments against alarmism and renewables are great. He’s got a good face for it too; he looks like a hippy. It would be a good combo to have him and Lomborg out here. I’ll get started on it.

  65. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘Make your own case.
    Don’t hijack the Anzacs as validation.’

    I had hoped that odious comparison was buried.

    A direct comparison was made that non-Anzac Day cenotaph attendees were smiling on ships, waving away the first assault boats going into Suvla in 1915.

    Struth, you’re a lot better than that mate.

  66. Cardimona

    My response on the day was to a comment by Cardimona along the lines of “went down to the cenotaph in [????? Qld] this morning. Only five patriots there.”

    LL, the socialist Qld govt told socialist Qlders not to attend Anzac Day cenotaphs.
    Who was I going to find there?
    Socialists?
    Where were you that dawn?
    Obeying socialist orders?

  67. Cardimona

    LL, you’re a smart and funny Cat.
    But you’re wrong on this one.

  68. Nick

    Ok, I’ve got the drum, the fire circle and the smelling salts all ready.

  69. Gab

    MURDER Hornets.

    Oh please. That was sooo June.

    It’s angry volcano otters now.

  70. Struth

    You prove my point Frank.
    Do you realise that?

    Get on with it sport, no time for you.
    Plenty of room on the blog for all.
    No need to interact with everyone.

  71. woolfe

    Hopefully ADF will have a welcome to country and smoking ceremony organised before deployment.

  72. Doc Beaugan:

    Is stage four lockdown when they weld the doors shut?

    Nah. That’d be stage five.
    At stage four, they tie your shoelaces together.
    Swine.

  73. Mark A

    calli
    #3514288, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:48 pm

    from this link

    Oh dear! Horror!

    Penny Wong does not age well.

  74. Fisky

    Every new day brings yet more butthurt for the CCP and the Western losers who back them. Soon it will be impossible for Chinese companies to list on the US exchange. Suck shit, globalists!

    https://mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN24E2XW?__twitter_impression=true

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration plans to soon scrap a 2013 agreement between U.S. and Chinese auditing authorities, a senior State Department official said, a move that could foreshadow a broader crackdown on U.S.-listed Chinese firms under fire for sidestepping American disclosure rules.

  75. Leigh Lowe

    Absolutely, Delta.
    Some people should not be here for their own good.
    The second time around Sinclair realised that and put her in moderation for her own good. 

    I am being serious here Fault so take it in that vein.
    Most posters here have no fucking idea if someone is adopting a persona to post here and putting on various guises to get a reaction or whether they are genuinely running off the rails.
    I mean, Googlery played every trick im the book to elicit sympathy (and possibly dox anyone who dropped their guard).
    Re the person you refer to.
    I genuinely thought he/she was playing a game, oscillating between “you are all homophobes” and “the pooves have rejected me”.
    I took it as a trolling pisstake.

  76. Leigh Lowe

    Cardimona

    #3514337, posted on July 15, 2020 at 8:28 pm

    LL, you’re a smart and funny Cat.
    But you’re wrong on this one.

    Do you deny you used a phrase like “went to the cenotaph. Only five patriots here”?

  77. egg_

    All I got was a cryptic message that said 91 kilo she male seeks love of his life for late night unrequited sexual miaowing. Is it code ?

    No match for Marcus Adonis.

  78. Zyconoclast

    Good thing – the caste system is one of the more repugnant customs from India – it has no place in Western culture, especially when it is practiced by the class that plays the race card with such frequency.

    Indians can behave how they want in India.

    We have imported about 250,000 Indians since the year 2000.
    I suspect the caste system came with some of them.

  79. Fisky

    The way this is going, it won’t even matter who wins in November. So much carnage is being written into the US-China relationship not even Beijing Joe will know how to fix it. Trump has a few more cards to play but if he’s seriously behind in October he might as well go for broke and recognise Taiwan, at which point the “engagement” doctrine will be as valuable as space junk.

  80. Cardimona

    Do you deny you used a phrase like “went to the cenotaph. Only five patriots here”?

    Not for a second, LL.
    Now stop changing the subject.
    Where were you at dawn last Anzac Day?
    Cowering in your driveway because socialists told you to?

  81. egg_

    Single never married ex Hong Kong Headmaster free to give same.

  82. Leigh Lowe

    LL, the socialist Qld govt told socialist Qlders not to attend Anzac Day cenotaphs.
    Who was I going to find there?
    Socialists?
    Where were you that dawn?
    Obeying socialist orders?

    OK.
    I agree with that sentiment, particularly in light of the subsequent laissez faire attitude to BLM gatherings.
    I was not critical of your mode of protest.
    I simply objected to any implication that this was the only form of protest, and anyone who didn’t toe that particular line could be adjudged unpatriotic.
    Did I read too much into that, or was that a reasonable view to take?

  83. Nick

    Absolutely, Delta.
    Some people should not be here for their own good.
    The second time around Sinclair realised that and put her in moderation for her own good.

    It was no one’s fault but her own. Her comment about Pell and telling Delta to ‘suck her mouldy dildo’ indicated mental instability that was mollycoddled by others with their own Selfish motives. The final straw came not from anything that Cats said, but rather from having her antics ignored.

  84. notafan

    Zyconoclast

    Without doubt

    Heard a story from an acquaintance about an Indian gentleman who complained to a APS selection committee that they had promoted a lower cast gentleman. That was probably around twenty years ago though.

  85. William the Conjuror

    Winston Smith #3514222, posted on July 15, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    William:

    It is not illegal to shoot unarmed enemy.
    Yes it is.

    Said the late Canadian poet:

    For you I’d make an exception.

  86. Leigh Lowe

    LL, the socialist Qld govt told socialist Qlders not to attend Anzac Day cenotaphs.
    Who was I going to find there?
    Socialists?
    Where were you that dawn?
    Obeying socialist orders?

    The question is not “would there have been Socialists at the cenotaph?”
    The question is “can you legitimately label everyone who wasn’t there as unpatriotic?”

  87. mh

    Ivanka Trump
    @IvankaTrump
    If it’s Goya, it has to be good.
    Si es Goya, tiene que ser bueno.

    https://twitter.com/IvankaTrump/status/1283221019684110337?s=20

  88. Fisky

    Australia has some way to go in downgrading relations with CN but we’ll get there. 2 years of no migration, inward investment, international enrolments etc and it’s over. Eat it!

  89. Cardimona

    Did I read too much into that, or was that a reasonable view to take?

    You read too much into it, LL.
    There were three types of Queenslanders that dawn.

    Socialists. people sucked in by socialists, and patriots.
    I was there, with five patriots.
    The other two categories folded to the socialists.

  90. Struth

    Those that don’t like what I’ve got to say, ..what can I say to that.
    Boo fucking hoo.
    To me Frank, and I’ve honestly forgotten why I called you that, you will always be wrong about the reasons behind attending the cenotaphs due to the simple fact that if you reckon attending was bringing the Anzacs into a political protest or some rubbish, then every year previous people were doing the same.
    I was not going to let politics interfere with my attending the cenotaph and would not be told by totalitarians that I was not going to be allowed to do it.
    It was to not allow politics to stop me going there as I did the year before and so on back.

    So you’ll never let yourself see why I did it and it’s pointless continuing with you.

    Scroll me, got no time for anymore bullshit about that.

  91. egg_

    Oh come on
    #3136477, posted on August 20, 2019 at 10:38 pm
    You talking to me, MK50? You plagiarising pseudo-intellectual.

    JC
    #3136482, posted on August 20, 2019 at 10:42 pm
    Oh come on
    #3136477, posted on August 20, 2019 at 10:38 pm

    You talking to me, MK50? You plagiarising pseudo-intellectual.

    Which one is Marcus Adonis? Surely he hasn’t stolen Driller’s nameplate?

  92. Fisky

    I’m told our ministers can’t even get their Chinese counterparts on the phone for months now. That’s basically where we need the relationship to be indefinitely – no dialogue, no possibility of influence.

  93. Cardimona

    The question is “can you legitimately label everyone who wasn’t there as unpatriotic?”

    Not at all, LL.
    That was neither stated, nor my intention.
    They were sucked in by socialists.

  94. egg_

    mollycoddled by others with their own Selfish motives.

    That drivel is worthy of Notaclue.
    Birds of a feather.

  95. Farmer Gez

    Melbourne University epidemiologist Tony Blakely on the ABC reckons we should tighten up the category of an essential businesses.
    He thought we could do without butchers and hardware.

    Academics should never be let near authority.

  96. Leigh Lowe

    ITK, Nick, KD.
    Check your e-mail.

    All I got was a cryptic message that said 91 kilo she male seeks love of his life for late night unrequited sexual miaowing. Is it code ?

    No.
    No code.
    No email.
    Just reliving the Great Triggering experiment.
    I was reminded of it by the “Pile On” hissing earlier today.
    Just because three people disagree with your position does not necesarily mean they are acting in concert.

  97. notafan

    Clueless forensic troll on the attack again.

    But victim of a ‘pile on’

    Boo hoo.

  98. Infidel Tiger King

    I’m told our ministers can’t even get their Chinese counterparts on the phone for months now. That’s basically where we need the relationship to be indefinitely – no dialogue, no possibility of influence.

    And yet they are still buying record loads of our iron ore and coal.

    They need us and it kills them.

  99. egg_

    Just reliving the Great Triggering experiment.

    Ol’ LL just out of hospital up for a few more swings.
    000 on standby.

  100. Leigh Lowe

    Not at all, LL.
    That was neither stated, nor my intention.

    OK.
    Fair enough.
    That was the impression I took and what I objected to.
    It wasn’t immediately apparent that alternate protest modes were acceptable.

  101. egg_

    notafan
    #3514374, posted on July 15, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    Right on cue with Nick and LL – the Vicco trifecta.

    KD doing the whiteknighting.

    KD has ex wife and kids in Townsville, Mark50’s old stamping ground?

  102. cohenite

    Tommy Tuberville, arguably the best name in US politics, has defeated the cuck sessions 63.5% to 36.5%.

  103. rickw

    Are we having a civil war in vic yet?

  104. egg_

    Knuckle Dragger
    #3338853, posted on February 29, 2020 at 6:08 pm
    The son and heir goes to a Christian yoof group in Townsville on Frideee nights.

    Quelle surprise!

  105. Knuckle Dragger

    You had a few free swings this morning while I was busy, Ms 91kg of lean muscle.

    You’re clocking up 36 hours straight of publicly dissecting made-for-cash-by-crooked-lawyers TV shows while labelling dissenters Agatha, and so on while epitomising what the FB folk call a Couch Colombo.

    But hey. Gotta find something to do while the meth burns off.

    Hey, you haven’t yet mentioned that you started your blogging career with the Melbourne Truth on your Vic 20 in 1988 for a week or so now. That’s a nice story. A nice, lean, muscular story.

    About 91 kg worth.

  106. Leigh Lowe

    It was no one’s fault but her own. Her comment about Pell and telling Delta to ‘suck her mouldy dildo’ indicated mental instability that was mollycoddled by others with their own Selfish motives. The final straw came not from anything that Cats said, but rather from having her antics ignored.

    I tend to agree.
    The Pell comment in particular was disgraceful and genuinely exposed the blog to litigation IMHO.
    Consider this, Fault.
    Do you think he/she was flying totally straight and level until being triggered by people here … or …
    Is it possible that he/she was an emotional trainwreck who was going to be set off by something or anything?

  107. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘KD has ex wife and kids in Townsville’

    You probably want to keep up with current events, 91kg.

  108. Leigh Lowe

    Sinc.
    Can we please have a members only thread for people who racked up a minimum of 1,000 posts at Ye Olde Blair Blogge?
    FYI, I posted as “Barry from the Barossa” back then.

  109. cohenite

    Melbourne University epidemiologist Tony Blakely on the ABC reckons we should tighten up the category of an essential businesses.
    He thought we could do without butchers and hardware.

    Looks like a leaf eater.

  110. Leigh Lowe

    Soooo …
    Anyone up for a chat about Dick Pussey?

  111. MemoryFault

    So you’ll never let yourself see why I did it and it’s pointless continuing with you.

    You got that bit right, Struth.
    Lo Lowe is a Master Manipulator of language.

    You referred to people who attended Dawn Services as “patriotic”.
    Lo Lowe adroitly restated that as you claimed those who didn’t were “unpatriotic”.
    This then opens the door for him to argue a completely irrelevant point – all the “other” things that others might have done, that might have also been “patriotic”. However, since you never said anything about people not attending being unpatriotic, it is argument by fallacy – a completely false and misleading argument based on a completely false an misleading initial statement.

    Impotent prawn tried the same thing earlier, by attributing a statement to me that I never made.
    But the prawn is nowhere as good at it as Low Lowe.

    There is no point in trying to argue with somebody whose apparent sole aim here appears to be to close down the blog entirely, something he has almost managed to accomplish once already.

    Time for a movie.

  112. egg_

    You probably want to keep up with current events

    Not just me buddy, I’m sure there’s plenty of lurkers (OCO?).

    Rarely move off the Open Thread, these days?

    Seem a little bitter and twisted, post Separation.

  113. P

    Cardimona

    The last time I saw my daughter on my 80th birthday, several months ago now, we talked of Vikki .
    She said to me, ‘you wouldn’t just have liked her mum, you would have loved her’.

    She said she’d like to get in contact with her again. I said contact her through Barnaby’s email.

    I reckon she never got around to it.

  114. egg_

    You had a few free swings this morning while I was busy

    You took the first swing in my absence, fvckwit – it’s there for all to see.

  115. Leigh Lowe

    Time for a movie.

    There’s some top dildo-sucking movies on Netflix if you are interested.
    Or “24 Hours in Emotional ED” on Stan.

  116. egg_

    Can we please have a members only thread for people who racked up a minimum of 1,000 posts at Ye Olde Blair Blogge?

    Those of us on this page alone could form a decent group.

  117. BrettW

    From The Oz

    CFMMEU national secretary Michael O’Connor is refusing to quit after the union’s national executive passed a new no-­confidence motion against him, imposed controls on his office and tried to dump him from the ACTU executive.

    In an escalation of bitter divisions within the country’s most militant union, the CFMEU’s construction and maritime divisions used their numbers on the national executive to pass motions designed to force him out.

    But Mr O’Connor, a significant figure within the ALP and brother of Labor frontbencher Brendan O’Connor, told the meeting held via Zoom that he would not be resigning.

    Opponents of Mr O’Connor, who has two years to run on his term, want him dumped in favour of maritime official Chris Cain.

    The no-confidence motion passed on Tuesday follows a similar motion passed in May which cemented the split between supporters of Mr O’Connor and the union’s Victorian construction division secretary, John Setka.

  118. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘Rarely move off the Open Thread, these days?’

    Rarely ever, Trevor.

    I’ve actually spent the day analysing digital body language. This is really a thing, and you can use it in court.

    Anyway, I have deduced, through the dark science of said digital body language that the resident haymaker-whenever-he’s-feeling-left-out has a 93.1% chance of being:

    1. Pigeon-chested; and
    2. A bit nervous and anxious, disguised as belligerence; and
    3. Can’t drive a manual ute; AND
    4. Has all the Big Bang series hidden on a terabyte thumb drive for special occasions. Like Thursdays.

  119. Leigh Lowe

    somebody whose apparent sole aim here appears to be to close down the blog entirely, something he has almost managed to accomplish once already.

    Yes.
    Couldn’t agree more.
    Good thing Pell’s lawyers didn’t see the defamation dished out by the crazy bitch.

  120. Knuckle Dragger

    Only automatic cars for you, boyo.

    Little red ones.

    Hairdresser cars, if you will.

  121. pete m

    Cardi -we don’t go to dawn services (kids usually march in a later parade etc), but this year we got up early and joined our neighbours who put on a special effort for the street with decorations etc. We mingled and chatted and couldn’t give a rats about the rest. I don’t worship at the cenotaph – seems some people can’t go a day without remembering some random anniversary and making a big deal of it / themselves. I respect those who served. We get on with life. If you want to make a stand and do your thing at some piece of granite knock yourself out, but to label people soft or socialists because we don’t follow your orders – well I’ll be nice and not say more. I note your other comment and appreciate it.

  122. egg_

    labelling dissenters Agatha

    LL started the sleuth novel stuff, retard – do keep up, or are you in Notafan obfuscation mode, just like an old Sheila?

  123. Leigh Lowe

    egg_

    #3514402, posted on July 15, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    Can we please have a members only thread for people who racked up a minimum of 1,000 posts at Ye Olde Blair Blogge?

    Those of us on this page alone could form a decent group.

    Have you considered that, by pining for the days of yore at Blair, you aren’t a tiny bit stuck in the past?
    I mean, nostalgia is good … if you’ve got bugger all else.

  124. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘in my absence, fvckwit’

    Now now, Trev. That kind of language demeans us both. But mainly you, because you’re not doing it right.

    You swear like a little red car driver.

  125. notafan

    So says grandpa egg.

    I bet I’m younger than you, silly.

  126. Knuckle Dragger

    Got him.

    Trev, I mean. Scrolls up. Scrolls back. Did he say anything? No?

    Squawk. Scroll up. Scrolls back. Up. Back. Up. Back.

    Stops for a steak and a protein shake to keep the 91kg lean rig glowing.

    Up. Back.

  127. egg_

    1. Pigeon-chested; and
    2. A bit nervous and anxious, disguised as belligerence; and
    3. Can’t drive a manual ute; AND
    4. Has all the Big Bang series hidden on a terabyte thumb drive for special occasions. Like Thursdays.

    I used to commute daily on a 1 litre Superbike and tour with bike Clubs, retard – if you’ve ever paid attention, we bikers have had the odd discussion at the Cat.

  128. Knuckle Dragger

    Oh no! A pile on! Allegedly!

    Up. Back.

  129. egg_

    ‘in my absence, fvckwit’

    Easily reposted.

  130. Good evening all.
    Reading this crap about Kerr and Whitlam, one would think that Whitlam wuz robbed! I was born after this event so can’t really make an informed comment but there seems to be much sorrow on the part of Labor.

  131. egg_

    Those of us on this page alone could form a decent group.

    IF THERE WAS TO BE A DEDICATED THREAD, AS PROPOSED.

  132. Knuckle Dragger

    Glorious.

    ‘1 litre Superbike and tour with bike Clubs’

    Hahahahaaaa bahaa hahaha. Whatever, Trevor. Take your vespa stories somewhere else.

    Unless, of course, you were in one of those really mean motorcycle enthusiast clubs with loud noises and such.

    Up. Back.

  133. Eddystone

    What’s happened to the open thread?

    It’s one long cryptic argument. Mostly gibberish from my perspective.

  134. egg_

    Got him.

    Look at the bristling ego, folks.

  135. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Reading this crap about Kerr and Whitlam, one would think that Whitlam wuz robbed! I was born after this event so can’t really make an informed comment but there seems to be much sorrow on the part of Labor.

    The Left in this country can never forgive Kerr, for sending Whitlam to the polls, and the Australia electorate, for dismissing the egoistical great puffball in a landslide.

  136. Knuckle Dragger

    It’s losing it now.

    ‘in my absence, fvckwit’
    Easily reposted.’

    It’s you own quote, you muscular yet lean vespa enthusiast.

  137. Maj

    Tommy Tuberville, arguably the best name in US politics, has defeated the cuck sessions 63.5% to 36.5%.

    That calls for an encore:

  138. Knuckle Dragger

    1l superbikes are automatic, right?

  139. egg_

    Hahahahaaaa bahaa hahaha.

    Never ridden a bike, I’ll bet.

    A manual ute is macho, eh?

    Then new 2.4L Diesel Hilux was the first, IIRC (like the Top Gear one?).

  140. mh

    Numbers, if you’re lurking, are there any Vietnam stories you haven’t told us?

  141. Mark A

    3. Can’t drive a manual ute;

    Whomever that was aimed at, it’s gotta hurt.

  142. Leigh Lowe

    Knuckle Dragger

    #3514406, posted on July 15, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    Only automatic cars for you, boyo.

    Little red ones.

    Hairdresser cars, if you will.

    Hey, I never really got an answer to my Wiggles car question.
    So.
    On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair.
    Two blokes are trying to stuff another bloke into a Little Red Car.
    A truck is coming.
    Not a stealth Tesla.
    Powered by a diesel of some sort, and making a racket.
    With 36 wheels. Also making a racket.
    With a Charlie Pride CD on. Also making a racket.
    And 18 x 1,000 candlepower headlights.
    What do the two Wiggles do in the three minutes they can hear the truck coming?
    Do they …
    a. Shove the body in the ditch, casually light up a Viscount and wave the truckie through?
    Or
    b. Stand there like stunned mullets holding up Dead Pete like a promo shot from Weekend at Bernies?
    Apparently the answer is “b”.

  143. egg_

    Knuckle Dragger
    #3513391, posted on July 15, 2020 at 6:35 am
    An all-nighter by Hercule*, on the same topic of a cranked-up TV doco designed to make money.

    Encouraging.

    *What a hypocrite, how embarassment.

  144. Knuckle Dragger

    Apologies, the rest of you. This is piss funny.

    ‘Never ridden a bike’ ‘the 2.4L’

    Oh My God. The estrogen’s overloaded and bubbling out his ears.

    Ten minutes tops till she says ‘hairy chest’.

  145. egg_

    Apologies, the rest of you.

    Did you ever apologise for your plagiarism?

  146. Knuckle Dragger

    Up. Back. Up. Back.

  147. Leigh Lowe

    ‘in my absence, fvckwit’

    Speaking of living in the past, “fuckwit” hasn’t been spelt “fvckwit” since Roman times.

  148. Knuckle Dragger

    Oh, right. I apologise.

    I was going to plagiarise a vespa fan’s ‘hard man in the front bar’ comment earlier on, but I didn’t.

    But in my mind I did, and then laughed to myself.

    Up. Back.

  149. Dave in Marybrook

    Blimmin’ flip, Black Ball- I thought I was the only lurker here under the half century.

  150. egg_

    Hey, I never really got an answer to my Wiggles car question.

    Just three people disagreeing in unison?
    That’s getting embarrassing.

  151. Knuckle Dragger

    A little red hairdresser car swearer.

    Up. Back.

  152. MatrixTransform

    omfg.

    …I’ve never felt like I fitted in.

    bitchy

  153. Leigh Lowe

    3. Can’t drive a manual ute

    OK.
    So, how many crunches are allowed between 1st and 2nd before you get drummed out of the Manual Ute Club.

  154. egg_

    A little red hairdresser car swearer*.

    “Little rcd car” was the truckies literal description.

    The posturing about utes is a little sad.

    A Mini Moke is a “clown car” verging on a hairdresser’s offroader.

    *Ooh ahh – you sound like Jeannie Little.

  155. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘The posturing about utes is a little sad.’

    And yet:

    ‘2.4L Hilux diesel’

    Hey vespa girl. Check your email. Snork.

  156. egg_

    But in my mind I did, and then laughed to myself.

    That explains the last hour’s comments.

    Sad.

  157. Leigh Lowe

    Just three people disagreeing in unison?
    That’s getting embarrassing.

    Three?
    Or four?
    In all the excitement I kind of lost count.
    But here’s what you need to ask yourself.
    Is it a conspiracy or, dare I say it … a “Pile On”?
    Or is it just 3 (or 4) people having a jolly good pisstake?
    Or could it be ‘roid paranoia?

  158. DrBeauGan

    Some of you are displaying symptoms of lockdown syndrome.

  159. Reckon there might be a few of us Dave of Marybrook! This place is where the cool kids hang out, or so I’ve been told 😂

  160. Knuckle Dragger

    Just think.

    If you were 91kg AFTER you started on the hair loss and sultana nut pills, you’d have to have been a jockey or something to start with. Little person, anyway.

    But just right for a little red car. Or vespa or be in a ‘bike Club’. Snort.

  161. egg_

    Ours was an 80-81.
    I don’t think (2.2L) Diesel Hiluxes came in autos in that era, to anyone with a modicum of knowledge.

  162. Steve trickler

    Latest offering from Mike Olbinski.



  163. Old Lefty

    This is bizarre:

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-15/robert-sirl-wins-appeal-to-have-rape-conviction-overturned/12459662

    The doubt the High Court found in the Pell case came not just from the inherent implausibility of the charges, but from the unchallenged exculpatory evidence of more than twenty other witnesses. There was nothing like that in the Canberra case. Typical ABC dishonesty.

  164. notafan

    And they aren’t even in lockdown.

  165. Infidel Tiger King

    Yes, You’re Racist
    @YesYoureRacist
    ·
    22h
    Gross,
    @WeberGrills
    is advertising on Tucker Carlson? Been thinking about upgrading my smoker but I guess I’ll look somewhere else
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    Weber Grills
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    Heads up. Never ever buy a Weber.

  166. Knuckle Dragger

    Request for assistance.

    Someone (mole, maybe) put up the South Park clip the other day where Cartman was talking to the ‘bike Club’ members.

    ‘You guys know you all look like total fags, right?’

    Please repost. Special email access will be granted.

  167. I see that the UnZud Opposition leader has called time on his tenure, which lasted around 6 weeks. Citing health reasons. Get set for more JacindaMania!

  168. egg_

    IIRC Bruce of WA and a few of us compared our “Vespas” online

  169. calli

    It’s one long cryptic argument. Mostly gibberish from my perspective.

    The Great Braille Stoush of 2020. Colourised.

  170. Cardimona

    She said she’d like to get in contact with her again. I said contact her through Barnaby’s email.

    That should work, P.

  171. egg_

    is it just 3 (or 4) people having a jolly good pisstake?

    How are the meds?
    Don’t strain yourself.

  172. Hodor

    Whoever is laughing (behind hand) about manual gearbox driving, you should try a road ranger 18 speed.

    Sorts out the bullshitters pretty quick.

  173. Cardimona

    but to label people soft or socialists because we don’t follow your orders

    Pete M, read back.
    That’s not what I said.
    What part of “sucked in by socialists” is hard to grok.
    FFS, my eldest lad did nine years in the navy and he was sucked in by socialists.
    But, sorry, mate, I wasn’t.

  174. calli

    I thought my Weber looked a little “woke”.

    Some appliances just can’t be trusted.

  175. Leigh Lowe

    calli

    #3514459, posted on July 15, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    It’s one long cryptic argument. Mostly gibberish from my perspective.

    The Great Braille Stoush of 2020. Colourised

    … – – . .. – – – … – – . .. – – – … –

  176. Knuckle Dragger

    Scene: Small hill.

    Narrator: ‘This is my ute. As you can see, it can carry a bag of something.’

    The End.

  177. Leigh Lowe

    :: . ::: . . . : . :: . . . ::

  178. egg_

    Someone (mole, maybe) put up the South Park clip the other day where Cartman was talking to the ‘bike Club’ members.

    IIRC mole bought his son one of the first Chinese made trail bikes for a pretty good price at the time.

    My youngest brother has one, and a few Quads.

  179. egg_

    IIRC Bruce of WA and a few of us compared our “Vespas” online

    Bruce is a BMW Boxer fan IIRC.

  180. Snoopy

    20h
    Weber traditionally buys media placements with networks rather than individual shows. However, in light of the feedback we have received, we are changing this policy to only advertise on shows that are aligned with our values. Thank you for your feedback–we will do better.

    Well that’s a surprise. Who could have guessed that the US backyard grill community were social justice worriers?

  181. William the Conjuror

    If you were 91kg AFTER you started on the hair loss and sultana nut pills, you’d have to have been a jockey or something to start with. Little person, anyway.

    John Wick is 6’1″ and 84kg.

  182. Leigh Lowe

    Please.
    If one has to try to justify one’s choice of motorcycle on an economics blog, it is time to buy a Barina.
    A red Barina.

  183. thefrollickingmole

    KD
    Not me, with the South Park clip, On the Catallaxy

  184. Knuckle Dragger

    Automatic red Barina.

  185. egg_

    I think all of my brother’s are Zongshens.

  186. And in when a bungle isn’t a bungle news, from the Hun:

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologised on Tuesday for not recusing himself from discussions about a Government contract to a charity that had paid his family big sums of money for speaking appearances.
    “I made a mistake not recusing myself immediately from the discussions, given our family’s history. And I am sincerely sorry. Mr Trudeau said.
    His apology came amid Opposition demands for a probe into a $C900m ($947m) contract awarded by the government to development and advocacy organisation WE Charity.
    The episode is under investigation by the country’s watchdog.

    What’s the bet this blackface wearing idiot she’d just the one tear, which would have made the media, both men and ladies all agog and moist in the pantaloons? And I love how it’s dismissively waved away as a bungle. FMD

  187. egg_

    If you were 91kg AFTER you started on the hair loss and sultana nut pills, you’d have to have been a jockey or something to start with. Little person, anyway.

    I’m about 6’1″.
    That was when I was cycling 400 km a week, lean body mass.

    IIRC BoN said Grigs was tall and fit when he met him.

  188. Shed autocorrect, shed. Now FOAD (HT cohenite)

  189. egg_

    If one has to try to justify one’s choice of motorcycle on an economics blog

    All the “hard men” who drive manual utes don’t ride?

    Quelle surprise.

  190. Infidel Tiger King

    This is getting very weird…

  191. MatrixTransform

    Who could have guessed that the US backyard grill community were social justice worriers?

    What are they smoking?

  192. thefrollickingmole

    I accidentally my family millions of dollars…and what sort of “charity” gets that sort of government dough forced down its throat like a cross between a force fed goose and Mr Ceosote?

  193. Knuckle Dragger

    Okay. Farter. I’m determined to finish Sir Max Hastings’ ‘Vietnam’ by the end of the week.

    But first, a sincere apology. I haven’t watched the TV show, and I’ve listened to all sorts of:
    ‘Murdoch likely went here’
    ‘Murdoch probably’
    ‘we can’t rule out Murdoch’ (h/t LL)
    ‘better than average chance Murdoch’

    I’ve only just realised it was Bradley Murdoch. All this time I thought we were talking about Rupert.

  194. rickw

    Reliable and cheap electricity, so last century:

  195. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘I’m about 6’1″.
    That was when I was cycling 400 km a week, lean body mass.’

    Oh my God. I can’t even.

    I never thought I’d say this, but Vietnam beckons. Toodle-pip, y’all.

  196. Cardimona

    Look, for anyone else still suffering cognitive dissonance about Anzac Day, here’s a questionnaire.

    When you attend a cenotaph at dawn on Anzac Day are you there solely to show your respects to our fallen? Yes or no?
    Were you prevented from making a trip to the cenotaph by fears of XiFlu? Yes or no?
    Did socialists scare you about XiFlu? Yes or no?

    If you answered yes to all then you’re likely experiencing the mental anguish of CD.
    i.e.
    “No socialist could ever trick me out of showing my respects to our fallen at their memorial on Anzac Day!” plus “I stood in my driveway because socialists said I had to and I might get sick and die if I didn’t listen to them and obey them” equals pain in the brain.

    I didn’t put that pain there.
    Socialists did.
    With your permission.

  197. egg_

    Bruce in WA
    #3038684, posted on June 9, 2019 at 11:55 pm
    My wife and I both enjoy our “old fart’s” bike — BMW R1150RT.

  198. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger King

    #3514483, posted on July 15, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    This is getting very weird…

    I’ve been fishing for four weeks.
    It all sounds normal to me.

  199. egg_

    This is getting very weird…

    Only once IT says he “dresses to the left and enjoys long walks”?

  200. mh

    Any male Cats into barre?

    I’m free most weekday mornings before 10.

  201. MatrixTransform

    Any male Cats into barre?

    is that a guitar thing?

  202. egg_

    Any male Cats into barre?

    Pass.
    MarkL?
    He was into Gym.

  203. MatrixTransform

    I’m a rock ‘n roll outlaw.

    never needed any one …

  204. Leigh Lowe

    KD at 10:14.
    An excellent example of the “no substance dog whistle” from that august journal of record, The Daily Mail:-

    Ms Lees reportedly still owns property in Huddersfield but is rarely seen in the town – in West Yorkshire, 14 miles outside of Leeds. 

    Mr Falconio’s parents also still live there and have spent much of the past two decades dedicated to finding his body.  

    The phrase in bold.
    Any support for that?
    And what does the frequency of her visits to ‘Uddersfield add to the story?
    Well, it is designed to convey that she has got something to hide and doesn’t want to bump into Falconio’s parents because … guilty conscience!

  205. Damienski

    If one has to try to justify one’s choice of motorcycle on an economics blog, it is time to buy a Barina.
    A red Barina.

    LL.

    The correct number of cylinders for a motorcycle is 2.
    Ve twin four stroke.
    Italian.
    Moto Guzzi.
    That is all.

  206. egg_

    The last truck I had anything to do with.
    Plenty of chicks drive them.

  207. Leigh Lowe

    Damienski.
    Engines aren’t my strong suit, dude.
    Seriously.
    I had 80,000 clicks on the Barina when someone asked me for a jump-start.
    I didn’t know where the hood release was.

  208. egg_

    Would turn a Mini Moke into a recycled can in the tyre treads.

  209. rickw

    Hopefully no one has a flash back:

  210. JC

    His dementia is getting worse by the day. “Getting our kids to market”.

    https://twitter.com/TrumpWarRoom/status/1283102994096062464

  211. MatrixTransform

    … and it isn’t even stage 4 yet

  212. thefrollickingmole

    I wake with a barre In the morning. But I think gathering in a group to compare is a little ghey.

  213. egg_

    Moto Guzzi.

    A mate had an 850 Le Mans as one of his first bikes.
    Nice exhaust note, like a Duke.

  214. hzhousewife

    That is very depressing news about Weber.
    I’m going to have to cook three times as often from now on
    that bloody well ruins retirement doesn’t it !

  215. Infidel Tiger King

    Get a Traeger Grill.

  216. cohenite

    Snoopy
    #3514473, posted on July 15, 2020 at 10:05 pm
    20h
    Weber traditionally buys media placements with networks rather than individual shows. However, in light of the feedback we have received, we are changing this policy to only advertise on shows that are aligned with our values. Thank you for your feedback–we will do better.

    Well that’s a surprise. Who could have guessed that the US backyard grill community were social justice worriers?

    Fox should really promote this amongst its audience and get some real action against these fuckers. None of the products these sleeping midgets target are used by the sjws; and sjw products don’t advertise on Fox anyway. These corporations that cave need a hot poker up the clacker.

  217. egg_

    NT quarantining Sydneyites?
    Da ironing.

  218. Leigh Lowe

    MatrixTransform

    #3514511, posted on July 15, 2020 at 10:36 pm

    … and it isn’t even stage 4 yet

    Got my SA plates printed.
    Got the all weather tyres on the Barina.
    Barina painted in camo.
    Got my map of the pine plantation access tracks.
    Growing a mullet.
    Got my pink hot pants.
    Practising saying “potato scallops”, “pie floater” and “go Crows”.

  219. MatrixTransform

    NT quarantining Sydneyites?

    That’s nothing …

    watching ABC the other day the news banner across the bottom of the screen says, “NT closing border with Victoria”

    i kid you not

  220. egg_

    Got my SA plates printed.

    Haven’t offloaded that VW with naughty palooding software, yet?
    /Waaaah!

  221. egg_

    Got the all weather tyres on the Barina.

    About as gay as a Mini Moke.

  222. Damienski

    LL and Egg.
    Early 850 Le Mans was and still is a sublime piece of equipment. The round barrel Guzzis are appreciating in value and highly sought-after. Bullet proof. Reliable. Easy to maintain. Surprisingly quick for such ancient technology. The Vee twin motor and shaft drive isn’t everyone’s preference but they have a loyal band of passionate Guzzistis.
    I bought a new 1000 Le Mans in 1989. Still ride it. Rode it over 100 km today. It’s been around the clock and should go a couple more times around the clock before any spanner work is necessary.
    Also have a small block V7 Cafe Classic from 2010. Sweet little unit. Great Bike in traffic. I’ve done about 60k on that one.
    My fave is my just-completed 1976 850 T3. It is the touring version of the Le Mans. Full restoration. Only done about 500 km on it. Rides like a dream. Next project is to ride it around the clock a few times.

  223. Tel

    Heads up. Never ever buy a Weber.

    Bugger. I already bought a Weber years ago, and it’s still going.

  224. egg_

    Damienski
    #3514526, posted on July 15, 2020 at 10:54 pm

    Noice.
    My mate took his Guzzi on a few club rallies around NSW with us.

  225. Leigh Lowe

    Google egg.
    You seem to have no concept of either:-
    a. A pisstake (the Barina); or
    b. A red herring (the VW)

  226. Damienski

    Weary. Tailing lambs and picking rocks today. Perhaps a dram of Ardbeg and the cradle won’t need much rocking.

  227. egg_

    Egg Jnr has the Kawasaki Ninja 650 V-twin

  228. Leigh Lowe

    Do you now, or have you ever, owned a Barina?
    What? Do I look like a boundary umpire?

  229. egg_

    a. A pisstake (the Barina)
    b. A red herring (the VW)

    a) KD having a “blog strop” re “little red car”
    b) You and Calli were whining about the VW Diesel EPA defeating software IIRC

  230. egg_

    Do you now, or have you ever, owned a Barina?

    Egg Jnr’s first car off a mate for a few hundred dollars (the Suzuki based one).
    His partner’s current car, about a year old.

  231. egg_

    His partner’s current car, about a year old.

    He drives a Colorado Diesel dual cab manual ute and is 6’8″ (2m).
    /”Hard man”

  232. Zyconoclast

    One woman is killed and two are injured after knifeman goes on a stabbing spree in Norway

    Police have not identified the arrested man or any of the victims, saying their families may not be aware of the attack.

    However, authorities announced that the suspect knew two of his victims, adding that they were investigating whether his mental health was a factor.

    Investigators have also not disclosed a motive.

  233. hzhousewife

    watching ABC the other day the news banner across the bottom of the screen says, “NT closing border with Victoria”

    i kid you not

    Wot, no spelling mistakes?

  234. Makka

    Nice toy egg.

    This is like the beast I was recently involved with ;

  235. hzhousewife

    Love your news links Zyco, keep doing them please. I’m a general knowledge fiend.

  236. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From MemoryFault at 7:08 pm:

    ” …

    Jesus you are low life scum, impotent prawn.
    You know damn well what you just wrote is utter crap.

    I stated – correctly – that you had put a fellow Cat in hospital, twice. … after the first time you put her in hospital, and came to know you had put her in hospital, you …” 😆 😁 😂

    I have been entertained by many grand assertions here, and have shaken my head in disbelief that some, ostensibly adults, find it difficult to appreciate a dinky little blog of anonymous strangers is no more than that. This claim gets top marks for giggleworthiness.

    Delta A at 6:59 pm makes a pertinent observation:

    “… nobody on (an) anonymous blog is a buddy. … approach everyone as an interesting/uninteresting stranger.”

  237. egg_

    Makka
    #3514542, posted on July 15, 2020 at 11:15 pm

    Noice.
    I saw one of the monstrous 11kV? units at the Peabody Millenium build pad in Qld.

  238. Northshore Redneck

    gunner you need to lift your game.

    this guy is next level

  239. Damienski

    What on earth is a Barina?

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