Tuesday Forum: July 28, 2020

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  1. Dr Faustus

    In Straight Out of the Blocks news:

    The brother of a women at the centre of the Queensland outbreak has hit out at double standards, saying she was targeted because of race.

    Eddie said his sister and the other two women hadn’t spread coronavirus deliberately.

    “It’s not something that we sat down and thought about yeah, it’s a f**king mistake,” he said.

    “I reckon if someone else did this yeah, that wasn’t of colour, you’d be f**king protecting them. You wouldn’t be doing all of this s**t.

    “Just because we’re f**king black, you all want to run all the way to the media, talking all of this s**t bro.”

    The case for the Defence rests, m’Lud.
    #youngaustralianoftheyear
    #largejusticepayout

  2. Mater

    Traffic to my blog has increased markedly, and with it book sales. I’m almost out of hard copies and am encouraging eBook sales, which incidentally, opens up the US and UK markets.

    How do you think your book sales In the US would go, if this post got around:

    1735099
    #622079, posted on October 31, 2012 at 7:51 am

    Jealous of the marines? You’ve got to be kidding. That’s where the jailbirds and dropouts finish up – most over rated mob in history. One digger is worth ten marines, and the cognitive capacity of the Marines I encountered rivalled many year three classes of my experience. Recall the phrase “Tell it to the Marines?”
    That has its origin in Australian experience during WW2. You could tell them anything – sell them anything.
    They probably stayed on post in Arlington because they needed someone to tell them it was raining…..

    An author who openly disparages one of the organisations and people that a target market holds dear, is a rather foolish businessman.

  3. Ally

    Woolies and Coles want to get people out of their stores and online, in the same way that banks did. This has been their goal for ten years.

    Every single thing they do that helps that end, they will do.

    I agree with you Two Stix
    We’ll all be eating the same brand of Freedom Gruel.
    And when its home delivery , you won’t be able to complain about incorrect order because it will have come out of a warehouse and the 1800 complaints number will be manned by ???? who doesn’t give a shit.

  4. Farmer Gez

    A pig farmer now talking on ABC Country Hour.

    He says this is the first time since 1980 he has not been able to sell pigs because the processors are shut.
    He’s sending pigs to SA but the truckies are having a nightmare as they must have a Covid test but in Vic you can’t get a test if you have no symptoms. The pigs suffer while trucks are pulled up for hours at checkpoints.

  5. Some History

    Auburn Gallipoli Mosque granted coronavirus exemption for 400 people to celebrate Eid-al-Adha

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-31/auburn-mosque-granted-coronavirus-exemption-for-eid-al-adha/12508358

  6. mhmh

    Dems ❤️ China

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) praised China on Thursday, saying the country is “growing into a respectable nation” and said the country “has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty.”

    Feinstein’s remarks were made during a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting debate on a bill that would allow individuals to sue the Chinese government for its mishandling and cover-up of COVID-19.

    “We hold China as a potential trading partner, as a country that has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty in a short period of time, and as a country growing into a respectable nation amongst other nations,” Feinstein said. “I deeply believe that.”

    Feinstein also said depriving China of foreign sovereign immunity would be a “huge mistake,” insinuating that China should not be held responsible for the spread of the deadly coronavirus, which has taken the lives of more than 150,000 Americans.

    The California senator’s remarks were also made amid reports revealing several cases of human rights abuse from the Chinese government.

    In 2018, it was alleged that a Chinese spy posed as a staffer at Feinstein’s San Francisco office and served as the California Democrat’s driver, Asian-American community liaison, and stand-in for the senator at Chinese consulate events.

  7. Infidel Tiger King

    Home delivered groceries only?

    Wow. That is a surefire way to euthanize most of the elderly population and kill the regions.

  8. Infidel Tiger King

    Amazon.com posted the biggest profit in its 26-year history while its ‘big tech’ rivals had somewhat mixed results.

    Not viable.

  9. Some History

    Auburn Gallipoli Mosque granted coronavirus exemption for 400 people to celebrate Eid-al-Adha

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-31/auburn-mosque-granted-coronavirus-exemption-for-eid-al-adha/12508358
    .

  10. Dr Faustus

    Woolworths encourage customers in NSW, ACT and some Queensland stores to wear face masks

    “We’re asking our teams to lead by example, and this includes our group executive team.

    “Masks and face coverings are a highly visible symbol of the persistence of COVID-19. By encouraging and role modelling their use, it will further support the steps we need to collectively take to stop the spread of the virus and keep our team and customers safe.”

    It will further support the steps I take to not shop at Woolworths.
    #weareallcmosnow

  11. Stimpson J. Cat

    Maybe not, since he sounds a touch prickly this morning.

    Kids ate his donuts.

    Anyone would be upset.

  12. Roger

    Auburn Gallipoli Mosque granted coronavirus exemption for 400 people to celebrate Eid-al-Adha

    I saw that this morning.

    Health Hazzard is responsible.

  13. Old School Conservative

    “Social distancing” at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque is code for “No Women Allowed”.

  14. Struth

    They are looking heavily into drone delivery as well.
    It can all be totally Automated.
    Easy.
    A few big distribution centres nearly all automated, low staff numbers. Melbourne would need five or six, if that.
    Because once this tyranny is solidly locked in, you’ll be told what day you can shop, how much you can have, and that will be grog as well, so they won’t need that many distribution centres.
    Choice will be gone so troublesome farmer’s products will not be bought and won’t be sold, and consumers will have no say, and so on it goes in increments.
    The new normal.

  15. Boambee John

    What your doxing of my dead father showed was that I was absolutely correct in posting that he was a volunteer in WW2. Your stalking him using the AWM records simply confirmed that.

    Those, unlike the bin chicken, who have any knowledge of the WW II era, are well aware that all enlistments in the RAAF were voluntary. The issue was that the bin chicken’s claims about enlistment date and period of service in New Guinea were not as recorded in the records.

    PS, the records are with the National Archives, not the AWM.

  16. Old School Conservative

    “Masks and face coverings are a highly visible symbol

    Well that part is right for sure.
    A symbol of authoritarianism by the government and acceptance by the people.

  17. An author who openly disparages one of the organisations and people that a target market holds dear, is a rather foolish businessman.

    You have absolutely no understanding of the Vietnam Veteran community in the USA.
    They have always been, and remain, a very pissed-off group.
    And they are not at all happy with the current situation.
    From a recent press release –

    IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2020 No. 20-05
    VVA: Silence Is Not an Option!
    (Washington, D.C.)—Vietnam Veterans of America condemns all racism and discrimination and
    stands in support of a society where the rights of all Americans are truly equal under the law.
    Silence is not an option.
    In the ongoing post-Vietnam years, we were exposed to racism in its many ugly forms,
    unfortunately often related to interactions with the police. This led to some changes, not the least of
    which was the number of Black, Hispanic, and Asian-American veterans who joined America’s
    Police Departments. Apparently, that was not enough. Sadly, this is evident in a 2017 study by
    Protect Our Defenders that shows racial disparities continue in discipline within the military justice
    system.
    Thankfully, the proliferation of camera phones has allowed everyone to see how people of color are
    treated by police and the criminal justice system, who still harbor racial animosity in the 21st
    Century. Racism continues to divide our nation and rob our descendants’ futures. The unjustified
    death of Mr. George Floyd was not the first but hopefully it will be the last. Additionally, we are
    appalled at the misuse of legitimate protest as an opportunity to commit crimes and urge all levels of
    government (federal, state, and local) to identify the leaders of those groups, both right and left, and
    prosecute them.
    We are also concerned about the lack of any rational and non-incendiary message from some of our
    political leaders. We are deeply disturbed at the thought of using the military to violate the
    Constitutional rights of America citizens. In the words of General James Mattis, USMC (Ret.),
    “(w)e must reject any thinking of our cities as ‘battlespace’ that our uniformed military is called
    upon to dominate.”

    We must all work to make real change to our society. We take heart in the diversity of the marchers
    in favor of justice for Mr. George Floyd. While it is disheartening that these injustices continue, we
    take heart in the number of Americans who have come out to demand peaceful change. We are also
    supportive of those law enforcement officers who have shown support for the marchers.

  18. Knuckle Dragger

    Great riposte, Karate Poof.

    Over 353,000 posts. You found a ‘debbil-debbil’ used by somebody other than Cultural Appropriation Bob in:
    March 2015;
    November 2019;and
    April 2020.
    Yet it’s ‘commonly used’, apparently.

    You have some work to do before they let you onto the Large Hadron Collider. Stick to propping up human shit, which you have an affinity for.

  19. Ally

    A lot of organisations these days do things that are not economically viable in order to force their retarded plans through.

    Anway, I had used Coles home delivery and every time they stuffed up the order. They always short shipped the meat (probably had some woketard picking the order) So I rang them to rectify it – stayed on hold for 30 mins. Anyway, they gave me a credit even tho I’d signed for the complete order. So they obviously don’t care if they make a loss on that order.

  20. Some History

    Oops

    Reminded me of someone. 🙂

    https://imgur.com/nTFMUO0

  21. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    We have to pick our battles. We’re not going to win abusing Bunnings, Mitre 10 or Coles staff. Abuse is not the way I want to go about things.

    Well said, Cassie.

    Ridd’s High Court challenge is going to be difficult in part because of the way his defence team approached the recent Federal appeal. They didn’t plea much re his dismissal on the grounds of serious misconduct. What Ridd did would never be enough to fire an employee under the terms of a dodgy EA, recognised as such by the Appeals Court. Melding the Academic Free argument into this is going to be important in any Appeal, imho. We will donate $1000 again; if 7500 people do this he will get the money for the HC appeal.

    Smaller and larger donations will bring this figure up to the required amount, so dig in Cats, ten dollars each will do it or flush away ten grand if you’re a betting sort of soul. It is very important to show tin-pot dictators such as the out-of-touch VC’s that taxpayers money is not there for their personal vanity projects.

  22. Mater

    You have absolutely no understanding of the Vietnam Veteran community in the USA.

    So you think that Vietnam era Marines would appreciate you referring to them like this?

    1735099
    #622079, posted on October 31, 2012 at 7:51 am

    Jealous of the marines? You’ve got to be kidding. That’s where the jailbirds and dropouts finish up – most over rated mob in history. One digger is worth ten marines, and the cognitive capacity of the Marines I encountered rivalled many year three classes of my experience. Recall the phrase “Tell it to the Marines?”
    That has its origin in Australian experience during WW2. You could tell them anything – sell them anything.
    They probably stayed on post in Arlington because they needed someone to tell them it was raining…..

    I have a far better understanding of Americans, and you are truely delusional.
    I dare you to post that spiel on the sales page of your website.

  23. johanna

    I think that grocery retailing is a bit different from a lot of other commodities. No doubt there is a ‘sweet spot’ between online and instore sales, and they probably haven’t yet reached the peak in online.

    For one thing, there are perishables involved – nobody wants yesterday’s bread. Home delivery is not suitable for people who want to pick up a few things for dinner after work, either.

    Then, there are impulse sales, which are driven by having the product in front of you, especially if it is on special. Nobody is going to look through long lists every time they shop – they will have a core list – probably saved somewhere – of things by brand and size they buy regularly, plus some add-ons each week.

    Then there are those who want to read the label before they try something new, for a variety of reasons.

    For some folks, especially older ones, a trip to the shops is a much needed way to get out and have some social interaction.

    So, while I agree that online sales will grow, the supermarket is far from dead, IMHO.

  24. Roger

    So, while I agree that online sales will grow, the supermarket is far from dead, IMHO.

    The retailers would appear to be in agreement given their continuing investment in bricks and mortar.

  25. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Auburn Gallipoli Mosque granted coronavirus exemption for 400 people to celebrate Eid-al-Adha

    Churches should get their act together re this. Especially large cathedral spaces. Or when congregations can be divided into various church halls etc.

    We need to remember what happened to Western culture on Anzac Day and Easter.

    And object now.

  26. Maj

    President Trump wipes the floor with an Aussie journo:

  27. Makka

    Home delivery groceries appeals to those willing and able to pay extra for it and prepared to put up with the inevitable errors and delays. It’s an added service. Even in the middle of a deadly lockdown pandemic, it makes up less than 10% of Woolies sales. Full delivery only is a fantasy.

  28. Stick to propping up human shit, which you have an affinity for.

    Unlike KD, who has affinity for misogyny, gossip, ad hom abuse, public wankery and adolescent attention seeking.

  29. Perth Trader

    Today 31/7/2020 6545 people have covid 19. 207 dead. 27,545 people were esitmated to be HIV positive at the end of 2017 and the number is growing . ‘Best figures I can find’. Make of it what you will.

  30. Ally

    Yep Struth, freedom of choice totally gone.
    They can’t control us when we all have different tastes and are moving around.
    I worked in Shipping and Logistics for nearly 20 years. They can’t cope with everyone’s different needs and tastes. They simply cannot cope with it.

    Also, someone said that there is never an up-to-date map of the world because everything is always changing. Well, they can’t cope with change all the time – they need us all stationery and the same.
    Thinking about this and then when they say: “The New Normal” — it’s disturbing.

    I really hope God sorts them out — good and proper.

  31. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    So, while I agree that online sales will grow, the supermarket is far from dead, IMHO.

    We did online shopping during quarantine. It is ok, but you don’t always get the item you wanted and the ability to chose a substitute is not always there – for some items you find out at delivery what you didn’t get.

    In other ways it was efficient. Doesn’t beat being able to wander around and see what items you might consider purchasing without any intent on purchasing when you went in. Stores could lose out here. Also the cost of delivery is not a great incentive for those on restricted incomes, like many pensioners, who also as noted above enjoy a trip to the shops.

  32. Top Ender

    Without buying into the argument about the Marines, as rather busy at present, I would like to state I worked with the USMC in the Iraq War, and also commanded some of them – rather strangely for an Aussie – and I found those personnel determined, proud, tenacious, brave, and intelligent.

    One fellow officer was one of the most impressive soldiers I have ever served with, and that includes several countries’ military forces, over two decades.

    That is all.

  33. Dr Faustus

    The British tabloid press is trembling in anticipation of the release of the Maxwell/Guiffre depositions and greasy photographs next Monday.

    Although shagging 17-year-olds is perfectly legal in the UK (albeit rather nasty when the shagger is a sweaty middle-aged man) Prince Andrew is being set up for six months of sensationalist media speculation and tut-tutting – as the FBI and New York prosecutors carefully curate the Epstein scandal through the US Elections.

    Looks rather like the dopy ‘Duke of Pork’ will be taking the reputational fall for the large chunk of the US Establishment that couldn’t “stay on the porch“.

  34. I have a far better understanding of Americans, and you are truely delusional.
    I dare you to post that spiel on the sales page of your website.

    Feel free to post it on my blog on the page left open just for you.

    It would get a good belly laugh from the vets, especially those who weren’t marines.

  35. Is there any low you won’t sink to, m0nty?

    I would never vote Liberal.

  36. Old School Conservative

    President Trump wipes the floor with an Aussie journo:

    Who the hell is that interruptive, aggressive, goal-shifting twerp of an interviewer?

  37. Perth Trader

    You are 4 times more likely to shake the hand of a HIV carrier than a covid19 carrier in Aust.

  38. Old School Conservative

    Feel free to post it on my blog on the page left open just for you.

    Wrong. Again.
    You closed it for comments some time ago and have only just now re-opened it.
    Typical.

  39. cohenite

    mhmh
    #3530111, posted on July 31, 2020 at 12:23 pm
    Dems ❤️ China

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) praised China on Thursday, saying the country is “growing into a respectable nation” and said the country “has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty.”

    feinstein is a serious kunt; ranks just after pelosi and before aoc, waters that RoP bint who married her brother in the kunt hierarchy; arguably she’s before pelosi because she’s smarter and can keep her teeth in place when she grunts.

  40. Mater

    Wrong. Again.
    You closed it for comments some time ago and have only just now re-opened it.
    Typical.

    Didn’t like where it was headed, Bob?

  41. H B Bear

    President Trump wipes the floor with an Aussie journo:

    Norman Swan’s son – ALPBC Perth breakfast radio were talking it up this morning in the sort of nauseating circle jerk that are so popular at the staff co-op. How long before he wins JournoLotto and finds a place on Aunty’s tit?

  42. notafan

    And another point ‘Re grocery retail.

    Australian retail shopping centre rents are very high, I don’t know how much in proportion to say US and the UK.

    And right now I am ten fifteen minutes from around s six or seven ‘shopping centres’.

    Easy parking, in and out in thirty.

    Why would I hang around the house waiting for a delivery?

    And I can’t see online shopping for groceries shopping in regional areas.

  43. Dr Faustus

    We did online shopping during quarantine. It is ok, but you don’t always get the item you wanted and the ability to chose a substitute is not always there – for some items you find out at delivery what you didn’t get.

    That was our experience too.

    However, away from the End of Days frenzied panic buying, online shopping is convenient, reliable and (I think) reasonably priced.

    Our Colesworth purchases are generally limited to a bi-weekly delivery of cleaning products and delicious SPC Rich Tomato baked beans. We buy pretty much everything else from Mrs Faustus’ black book of small retailers – a bit more time consuming, 10% more expensive, but many% better quality and choice.

  44. P

    Who the hell is that interruptive, aggressive, goal-shifting twerp of an interviewer?

    Norman Swan’s son.

  45. Some History

    Chairman Dan… a man of many talents

    https://imgur.com/oasFTkY

  46. notafan

    Can I just say triple lol on Melbourne population of over 4 million being serviced by drones.

    It would be like a sky full of locusts carrying Coles shopping bags.

  47. Old School Conservative

    Thank you P.

  48. Ally

    They don’t care about what the customer wants. Haven’t they made that clear enough to you?

  49. Wrong. Again.
    You closed it for comments some time ago and have only just now re-opened it.
    Typical.

    Bullshit.
    I routinely close comments one week after each post.
    Take a look and you’ll note that the dedicated post remains open, as does the invitation.

  50. cohenite

    Maj
    #3530141, posted on July 31, 2020 at 12:43 pm
    President Trump wipes the floor with an Aussie journo:

    The deadshit reporter is some jerk called jonathan swan. Like all lefties he’s an arrogant prick.

  51. cohenite

    Fuck off troll and go and learn some stats: start with 1+1=2 you moron.

  52. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Sydney mosque given special exemption to let 400 Mooslims celebrate Eid this weekend – despite 100 people limit to churches and fears of a funeral cluster

    Worshippers will gather at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque in Sydney this weekend
    They will be subject to a series of measures to reduce the risk of coronavirus
    This comes as churches and funeral home in Sydney became COVID-19 hotspots
    Four cases of coronavirus found have been linked to a Fairfield, Sydney woman
    The woman, in her 40s, had attended five funerals in the space of four days

    Daily Wail. We’re all in this together.

  53. P

    Protect the kids!’: Latham launches NSW schools Bill

    A radical gender ideology program called ‘Multiverse’ is surfacing in early childhood learning classrooms in New South Wales – often without the knowledge and consent of parents and legal guardians.
    The Multiverse program – which is NSW Government accredited – is a pedagogy for alternative sexual and gender identities for young children but the age appropriateness of the content as well as the lack of transparency with parents over the content is causing community concerns.

    A member of the NSW Legislative Council, Mark Latham, told The Catholic Weekly he believes Multiverse is a harmful and inappropriate form of political indoctrination.

  54. William the Conjuror

    Auburn Gallipoli Mosque granted coronavirus exemption for 400 people to celebrate Eid-al-Adha

    Public places of worship in NSW can have gatherings of 100 people at a time, subject to the 4 square metre rule.

    The Auburn Gallipoli Mosque has been given approval to have 4 separate sessions of not more that 100 people at a time, in accordance with the rule.

  55. Cassie of Sydney

    “Unlike KD, who has affinity for misogyny, gossip, ad hom abuse, public wankery and adolescent attention seeking.”

    Now that is what I call near perfect self projection from the Toowoomba racist.

  56. Dr Faustus

    Yesterday, the whole world reported 11,388 new Covid cases.
    Dannistan, on its own, made up 6% of the global total.

  57. William the Conjuror

    Home delivery groceries appeals to those willing and able to pay extra for it and prepared to put up with the inevitable errors and delays. It’s an added service.

    Order what you want on-line in the comfort of your own home. Delivery fee is $10 – $15, depending on time of day. Free if the order is over $200. Easily offset by savings on your own vehicle’s running costs, plus time saved by you.

  58. MatrixTransform

    who has affinity for misogyny, gossip, ad hom abuse, public wankery and adolescent attention seeking

    TheTard discovers the power of narrative … can’t invent one itself … borrows one from a high school girl

  59. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    TheTard discovers the power of narrative … can’t invent one itself … borrows one from a high school girl

    Pay that one.

  60. And I can’t see online shopping for groceries shopping in regional areas.

    My wife and I must have imagined the deliveries we received in April and May in regional Toowoomba.
    The food seemed real enough…

  61. Makka

    Order what you want on-line in the comfort of your own home.

    I’ve ordered on line. You are wrong. Not every single item on the shelf is available to choose online or it’s not available in the qty size you might desire. I think online ordering for non-perishables is a good option but prefer to see the meat, fish, prawns, veg etc to choose.

  62. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Exclusive: Chinese-backed hackers targeted COVID-19 vaccine firm Moderna

    the only way fascists like xi will give up power is dangling at the end of piano wire

  63. Boambee John

    I would never vote Liberal.

    Tell us something we didn’t know m0nty.

  64. H B Bear

    Gargooglery, I expect the value you put on your time is higher than what I would.

  65. notafan

    Toowoomba has a population of around 100,000.

    Hardly the Sea Lake or Katamatite I was thinking of.

  66. Maj

    Who the hell is that interruptive, aggressive, goal-shifting twerp of an interviewer?

    Norman Swan’s son.

    Apples don’t fall far from the tree, eh?

    President Trump showed amazing patience with him. I wouldn’t have blamed him if he terminated the interview and kicked Jonathan Swan out of the WH.

  67. Boambee John

    Still nothing from the bin chicken on which communist country is a genuine democracy. Surely he didn’t just make up his assertion.

    No comment either on his inaccurate summary of the reasons for interest in his father’s war records.

  68. President Trump showed amazing patience with him. I wouldn’t have blamed him if he terminated the interview and kicked Jonathan Swan out of the WH.

    He answered none of the questions.
    See :29, 1:01, and 1:01.
    The first two responses were prevarication (“I wasn’t told”/ “I wasn’t briefed”).
    The third was self-promotion.
    Swan is a top class interviewer who refused to be intimated.
    Dettol Donny has discovered, perhaps for the second time, that Australians don’t kowtow.

  69. Not every single item on the shelf is available to choose online or it’s not available in the qty size you might desire.

    First world problem.
    Poor petal….

  70. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Just because we’re f**king black

  71. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    I would never vote Liberal

    Neither would 93.1% of the commenters here, you preposterous numbskull.

  72. Struth

    Wasn’t he one of the chaser boys?

  73. Makka

    Good to see Dr Risch pushing back on that windvane Fauci.

    Yale epidemiologist: Dr. Fauci running ‘misinformation campaign’ against hydroxychloroquine
    Accuses prominent doctor of harboring ‘total anti-science viewpoint.’

    Dr. Harvey Risch, a noted Yale epidemiologist, has accused White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci of waging a “misinformation campaign” against the drug hydroxychloroquine, claiming the medication has shown consistently encouraging results in treating COVID-19 when used properly.

    https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/coronavirus/yale-epidemiologist-accuses-fauci-running-disinformation-campaign

  74. Cassie of Sydney

    “Toowoomba has a population of around 100,000.”

    That’s right…Toowoomba is a regional inland city. It is hardly an isolated regional area or town. The bin chicken is just scratching for attention…as he always does…he’s sad.

  75. cohenite

    Go and count your fingers troll; you really are stupid. What a tragedy: Hermann Cain dies and the troll still lives.

  76. Struth

    Can I just say triple lol on Melbourne population of over 4 million being serviced by drones.

    They’re working on using drones.
    That’s all I said.

    Notafan reads it as this.

    I, a sovereign human who is not a lawful entity, and struth is not my name, I don’t have one, got in me truck, turned on me Slim Dusty and pulled this laughable theory out me arse just as I went in to overdrive, aiming to run over any women or Nannas I see

  77. Makka

    First world problem.
    Poor petal….

    Lol, says the blogs perennial whinger. Have you found that democratic communist country yet?

  78. Struth

    ‘coz it’s in the constitution.

  79. Bruce of Newcastle

    Swan is a top class interviewer who refused to be intimated.

    Like father like son eh Numbers?
    I intimate that there’s quite a similarity in their politics.

  80. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘who has affinity for misogyny’

    Or:
    ‘Who has affinity
    For misogyny’ – a bit of Friday poetry. Because, as someone once famously said, but which Plagiarism Bob prefers to think of as his:

    ‘History doesn’t repeat, but occasionally it rhymes.’

    Bahahahaaaa. Pompous flog.

    Also – ‘has affinity for (sic)’. At the risk of repeating myself – Bahahahaaaa.

  81. Geriatric Mayfly

    Who the hell is that interruptive, aggressive, goal-shifting twerp of an interviewer?
    Norman Swan’s son.

    Reminds me of when Maggie handed George Negus his lefty arse.

  82. candy

    It was really funny when Trump pointed out to the J. Swan fellow that there was once a thing called the Soviet Union. It was right at the end of the video so it’s hard to tell but I think J. Swan had never heard of it, or perhaps he was too busy trying to insinuate that Putin was sending arms to the Taliban and since he and Trump were best buddies, therefore Trump is a murderer.

  83. Leigh Lowe

    Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    #3530132, posted on July 31, 2020 at 12:36 pm

    We have to pick our battles. We’re not going to win abusing Bunnings, Mitre 10 or Coles staff. Abuse is not the way I want to go about things.

    Well said, Cassie.

    Ditto.
    The way one of those bints spoke to that poor Australia Post worker was a disgrace.
    And that was my point. She turned off thousands who might have been open to a debate about masks.
    If you have a problem with government or corporates, abusing some poor schmuck on the front desk is not the way to go.

  84. Megan

    Intimated!

    To quote KD:

    Bahahahaaaa. Pompous flog.

  85. twostix

    Masks and face coverings are a highly visible symbol of the persistence of COVID-19. By encouraging and role modelling their use

    So there you have it.

    Like I said the other day: Bunnings, Coles and Woolies are acting as proxies for the government – using their position as the last mass community gathering places to educate (or nudge) the population about what is acceptable now. Whether they’re doing it to get special treatment, or are just massive Karenesque wankers could be debated I suppose.

    Bunnings got left entirely alone in the depths of the “lockdown” no matter how many people inside its stores – so it’s obvious why they’re doing it.

  86. Megan

    What a tragedy: Hermann Cain dies and the troll still lives.

    Proving yet again that life really isn’t fair.

  87. twostix

    Some people here sound like people in the 90’s declaring they’d never, ever, do their banking online.

    How did that work out?

    There are still bank branches, they’re just in certain spots for a narrow segment of the customer base and cercumstances. 80% of the rest is done online.

  88. Maj

    The lamestream media trying to blame Trump for Herman Cain’s death:

  89. Maj

    The lamestream media trying to blame Herman Cain (and Trump) for Herman Cain’s death:

    Mr Cain went to Mr Trump’s sparsely attended rally in Oklahoma late last month, and posted a photo of himself there on Twitter.

    Neither he, not the people he was surrounded by, were wearing masks.

    In an article he penned for the Western Journal, Mr Cain argued that the stadium was more crowded than reported.

    “The atmosphere was electric, and the president’s words were inspiring,” he wrote.

    “He presented a vision for uniting the country, overcoming the remaining effects of the pandemic and reinvigorating an economy he had going strong before the coronavirus showed up.”

    Yesterday Mr Cain celebrated the fact that a South Dakota Independence Day event would not make masks mandatory.

    “Masks will not be mandatory for the event, which will be attended by President Trump,” he tweeted.
    “PEOPLE ARE FED UP!”

    https://www.9news.com.au/world/herman-cain-coronavirus-hospitalised-covid19-donald-trump-rally-tulsa-oklahoma-mask/945756bc-e0fa-49c3-bdcc-9b9181471198

    These people are SICK.

  90. Diogenes

    Bunnings got left entirely alone in the depths of the “lockdown” no matter how many people inside its stores – so it’s obvious why they’re doing it.

    What state was this as rules vary.
    In NSW, our local Bunning was strictly enforcing the rules with only a certain number allowed inside at a time and security enforcing it. At one point when the queue was several 100 people long, they closed the car park until the line was manageable again.

    Several of my students work there and they said uniformed police were popping in at least hourly to check the rules were not being broken. There were also plainclothes coming in as well. So if that is being “left entirely alone”, I would hate to see what you woud call a police state.

  91. Eyrie

    Jealous of the marines? You’ve got to be kidding. That’s where the jailbirds and dropouts finish up – most over rated mob in history. One digger is worth ten marines, and the cognitive capacity of the Marines I encountered rivalled many year three classes of my experience. Recall the phrase “Tell it to the Marines?”
    That has its origin in Australian experience during WW2. You could tell them anything – sell them anything.
    They probably stayed on post in Arlington because they needed someone to tell them it was raining…..

    Numbers should go to some bars around Camp Pendleton/San Diego and say that out loud.

  92. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    That has its origin in Australian experience during WW2. You could tell them anything – sell them anything.

    It actually had it’s origin in the Royal Navy of Charles 11, but do go on.

  93. rickw

    “I reckon if someone else did this yeah, that wasn’t of colour, you’d be f**king protecting them. You wouldn’t be doing all of this s**t.

    “Just because we’re f**king black, you all want to run all the way to the media, talking all of this s**t bro.”

    You’re right, we’re racist nasty people, please fuck off out of our country so it doesn’t happen again next time they get caught stealing.

  94. Dr Faustus

    If you have a problem with government or corporates, abusing some poor schmuck on the front desk is not the way to go.

    True, too.
    But it’s always a slightly dirty delight to see someone joyfully and unselfconsciously deploying soaring, taxi-driver-grade, legal gobbledygook:

    “That’s discrimination and I can have you sued personally for discriminating against me as a woman,” she says.

    “It’s an unlawful condition of entry, therefore that exposes you, personally and Bunnings to being sued for discrimination because it is in breach of the 1948 Charter of Human Rights to discriminate against men and women.”

    Justice Blackstone would have applauded from beyond the veil.

  95. twostix

    What state was this as rules vary.
    In NSW, our local Bunning was strictly enforcing the rules with only a certain number allowed inside at a time and security enforcing it. At one point when the queue was several 100 people long, they closed the car park until the line was manageable again.

    Several of my students work there and they said uniformed police were popping in at least hourly to check the rules were not being broken. There were also plainclothes coming in as well. So if that is being “left entirely alone”, I would hate to see what you woud call a police state.

    Do you even read the shit you write?

    Bunnings has lines hundreds of people long all approved by the police you say?

    The swings are padlocked, churches are banned, beaches are closed, swimmers are singled out for public shaming sessions, families are driven from parks.

    Fortunately Bunnings was very careful with its with multi-hundred people lines and that’s why it was never bothered by the state or media you say.

    🤣

  96. Rex Anger

    @ Eyrie-

    Aside from the fact the Bin Chicken cocked up the story for the purposes of a cheap and ‘safe’ insult. For someone purporting to be a military historian, he sure has his Customs and Traditions way out.

    Tell It to The Marines refers to the Royal Marines, and was first used in the English vernacular at some point in the 1700s. For Numbers’ reference, that is at least 100 years before the US Marine Corps was founded, and some 240-odd years before WW2.

    The full phrase is Tell it to the Marines, ‘cos the Sailors won’t believe you.

    Now HM Royal Marine Commandos are a group of men you really don’t want to mock.

    Numbers, you are a fool.

  97. notafan

    Yes

    Transfering funds is exactly the same as buying a litre of milk.

    No question.

  98. notafan

    It’s the immediacy of the need that helps drive method of purchasing.

    If you have a preference for fresh food purchased daily on your way home from work, you won’t be ordering two weeks supply to your kind bedroom apartment, for example.

    Or if you have decided to go out for dinner and want a bottle of wine.

  99. notafan

    Struth=word salad.

    Btw who are ‘they’ this time?

  100. Makka

    Salty reviews Trumps delay the election tweet;

  101. JC

    The cancer running through the entire West are one thing and one thing only. The western left. They’re a cancer.
    Rita’s tweet.

    “Individuals with a cervix”…this is how loony Left CNN describe “women”.

    Individuals with a cervix are now recommended to start cervical cancers screening at 25 and continue through age 65, with HPV testing every five years as the preferred method of testing, according to a new guideline released by the American Cancer Society https://cnn.it/2XdboNl

  102. William the Conjuror

    you don’t always get the item you wanted and the ability to chose a substitute is not always there – for some items you find out at delivery what you didn’t get

    Both Coles and Woolworths provide a substitute if one is available. Both send an email, well before delivery, and advise of any changes to your on-line order. If a substitute is more expensive, both charge only the lower price of the original item ordered. Both re-imburse your credit card for any ordered item item that cannot be supplied.

    Why would I hang around the house waiting for a delivery?

    No need to do that. When you place the order you select the delivery day and delivery time window. On the morning of delivery, Coles and Woolies advise you by email/text of the hour that your order will be delivered (eg. between 12.00pm and 1.00pm, etc).

  103. Leigh Lowe

    But it’s always a slightly dirty delight to see someone joyfully and unselfconsciously deploying soaring, taxi-driver-grade, legal gobbledygook:

    No shortage of that, eh, Dr Faustus, and you don’t have to go to Bunnings to get it.
    .

    “That’s discrimination and I can have you sued personally for discriminating against me as a woman,” she says.

    And apparently she had already assessed damages at precisely $60 grand.
    Who knows how she arrived at that?
    Gambling debts?

  104. notafan

    Are women being cancelled?

    Seems like it.

  105. Struth

    Dear Struth,

    Thank you for taking the time to write to our office.

    The Senator receives significant volumes of correspondence daily and under the current circumstances there has been an influx of emails, as noted in the automatic response you received.

    The Senator acknowledges your concerns and appreciates that there are citizens like yourself, engaged with our constitution and political process.

    Notwithstanding this, the Australian Government does not provide legal advice to the public. If you have concerns about any particular law or you have other legal queries, you may wish to seek independent legal advice. Information about how to obtain assistance with a legal problem is available at https://www.ag.gov.au/LegalSystem/Legalaidprogrammes/Pages/default.aspx.

    Thanks again for contacting us on this matter.

    Regards

    Team Stoker

    Team Stoker sounds, well, just wrong.
    My reply.

    Thank you for your response.

    My letter was to give the Senator the right to respond before any further action is taken, with any reasons she may have to be part of a government that has put itself above the rule of law by handing it’s quarantine Law making responsibilities to , basically, unelected state Tyrants.
    They are simple questions.
    We are not looking for legal advice, We are looking to see if this Senator understands her constitutional responsibilities.
    We want her to answer the questions based on her belief of the law.
    No one else’s.
    I can answer them.
    Why won’t the Senator?
    Being that the constitution is clear, she is one Senator with a history that proves ignorance would not be a factor for her, and therefore, we were interested in getting her response.
    None forthcoming, one can only assume that the Senator and her party knows they have no legal right to do what they have done.
    And of course, they have come to the conclusion a politically apathetic nation will let them get away with it.
    This, to any student of Australian history, is folly.
    Silence is consent.
    There is very great resentment growing, and Ms Stoker should make every effort to distance herself from those acting unconstitutionally, and she should be very public about it.

    Please get the Senator to Answer the questions.

    Thanks again.
    Struth

  106. Some History

    Dr, I think I’m a chicken.

    Psychiatrist: What seems to be the problem?
    Patient: I think I’m a chicken.
    Psychiatrist: How long has this been going on?
    Patient: Ever since I came out of my shell.

  107. notafan

    Tedious Grig

    And what if you can’t be home between those hours

    Melted icecream and sour milk?

  108. notafan

    ‘Unelected state tyrants’.

    That’ll get them moving!

  109. Some History

    Dr, I think I’m a chicken.

    And what’s wrong with that? [eye-roll]

    There are men that believe they’re women; there are women that believe they’re men. All currently viewed as “normal”. If you don’t accept that it’s normal, you’ll be referred to as “transphobic”, a phobia that doesn’t exist.

    Then there are the trans-species folk that must also be viewed as “normal”. Although “otherkin” mostly identify with more exotic, mythical “creatures” such as dragons and fairies, chooks and other actual animals would also fit right in there. Don’t be chookphobic.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otherkin

    What a MESS!!!

  110. Pedro the Loafer

    Toowoomba has a population of about 135,000. Not exactly a village in the bush.

    It is about as “regional” as Rose Bay, Toorak or Dalkieth.

  111. Some History

    A man runs to the psychiatrist and says, “Doctor, you’ve got to help me. My wife thinks she’s a chicken!”

    The psychiatrist asks, “How long has she had this condition?”

    “Two years,” says the man.

    “Then why did it take you so long to come and see me?” asked the psychiatrist.

    The man shrugs his shoulders and replies, “We needed the eggs.”

  112. Leigh Lowe

    notafan

    #3530282, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:30 pm

    ‘Unelected state tyrants’.

    That’ll get them moving!

    No reference to the merits, or otherwise, of universal suffrage for cows.

  113. Struth

    google drones supermarkets Nota.

  114. notafan

    I managed another prison break today.

    Grandson has grown 9 cm in six weeks.

    Aren’t babies amazing?

  115. Cassie of Sydney

    “Pedro the Loafer
    #3530284, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:32 pm
    Toowoomba has a population of about 135,000. Not exactly a village in the bush.

    It is about as “regional” as Rose Bay, Toorak or Dalkieth.”

    Indeed…..Toowoomba is a major inland city.

  116. Leigh Lowe

    Toowoomba has a population of about 135,000. Not exactly a village in the bush.

    Well, it might qualify as a village.
    It has at least one village idiot.

  117. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    No reference to the merits, or otherwise, of universal suffrage for cows.

    Or orangutans.

  118. Struth

    Franky poo and Nota, the sneering do nothings of Catallaxy.

  119. notafan

    LL It’s disappointing that that major plank in the struth manifesto isn’t included in his ministerial correspondence.

    Also the apparent failure to comprehend separation of powers.

  120. Fienstein on China:

    “We hold China as a potential trading partner, as a country that has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty in a short period of time, and as a country growing into a respectable nation amongst other nations,” Feinstein said. “I deeply believe that.”

    I bet the millions pulled out of poverty aren’t the same millions pushed into graves.

  121. Leigh Lowe

    Struth

    #3530294, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:37 pm

    Franky poo and Nota, the sneering do nothings of Catallaxy.

    Oooh-ah.
    Words can be hurtful, Struth.
    Actually you’ve convinced me.
    Where do I sign up for the 8th Correspondence Division of the Cardigan Militia?

  122. Struth

    Also the apparent failure to comprehend separation of powers.

    It’s all about the separation of powers and it is done via a constitution , you dribbling moron of a woman.

  123. Struth

    I told you before Frank, you haven’t passed the entrance exam, so don’t call us , we call you.

  124. Makka

    Feinstein said. “I deeply believe that.”

    Feinstein employed a CCP spy as a driver for over 20 years. Her hubby is worth over a Billion. She is worth over 100 meg. Not bad for a senator who entered congress with 500k to her name.

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  126. notafan

    Sorry not writing ranty crank letters to ministers.

    It’s been suggested to you that letters focusing on the economic damage to people’s lives caused by lockdown, which in view of continuing nursing home deaths , is clearly not a working strategy might be more fruitful.

    Sovereign Constitution Tyranting not so much.

  127. Rockdoctor

    Definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and getting the same result but expecting different results…

    Attributed to Albert Einstein

    Victorian Premier & CMO, take a bow. Time for a different tack…

  128. JC

    Nurse Betty appears to be have a seizure. Jeez

  129. notafan

    LL

    Perhaps a letter suggesting that a different model to prevent the spread of the disease amongst vunerable populations could be suggested.

    Andrews had already tightened up all institutional arrangements, I posted the link to the new rules yesterday

    More focus on support for the vunerable at home while allowing the rest to return to some semblance of normalcy.

    The libs are reluctant to suggest any alternative arrangements.

    I wish they would man up.

  130. herodotus

    Good to see the US Doctor Lady on Tucker Carlson standing up for all the things they looked at in their 7 hour video of a medical conference. Of course the Technosaurs canned them over HCQ endorsement.
    The group (America’s Frontline Doctors) has had its website shut down and numerous lefty commentators/websites refer to them as kooks, weirdos, tea party, trump supporting ideologues.
    Has anyone got a link to the new website that she said has been put up with a slightly different name?

  131. Struth

    Sorry not writing ranty crank letters to ministers.

    Don’t ruffle any feathers notafan.

    We wouldn’t expect you to.
    Cranks write to Ministers complaining about their bin day.
    We’ve just been taken over by tyrannical moronic fuckers for the last five fucking months.
    A letter to a minister might be a little over the top, all things considered.
    FMD.

  132. Bruce of Newcastle

    JC – Winston is just taunting Numbers, who was being common earlier. And intimate.

  133. C.L.

    Those Ghislaine Maxwell documents have been released.
    As expected, they contain absolutely nothing.

  134. notafan

    And we can expect and accept small numbers of non frail elderly patients with no apparent co-morbities being very unwell.

    Because I see two quite young doctors are in ICU and one 54 year old health worker.

    Though I don’t trust Andrews to admit if any of those have other health issues.

  135. NoFixedAddress

    and in devastating news for Gaia,

    Vietnam, which became the seventh-largest buyer of Indonesian coal in the first five months of the year, saw a huge jump in coal imports in the first half of 2020 from the year prior of more than 50% as it fed the country’s growing number of coal-fired power plants.

    After India, Vietnam has the largest coal-fired power plant projects in terms of capacity among countries in Southeast Asia and South Asia, according to Fitch Solutions analyst Daine Loh, even as it expands renewable power sources.

    There are currently more than 17-gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power-plant capacity under construction in Vietnam while nearly 29 GWs of coal-fired plants are also in the pre-construction stage, Fitch data showed.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/world/indonesia-eyes-vietnam-as-it-seeks-to-diversify-thermal-coal-exports/ar-BB17oHri?li=BBr8RiR&ocid=mailsignout

  136. notafan

    I said what I meant, no ranty crank letters.

  137. Bruce of Newcastle

    There are currently more than 17-gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power-plant capacity under construction in Vietnam

    The Left will now have to declare war on Communist Vietnam and send Numbers there again to get them to be more intimate with Gaia.

  138. Bruce of Newcastle

    Lock and load.

  139. P

    Geriatric Mayfly
    #3530236, posted on July 31, 2020 at 2:24 pm

    Who the hell is that interruptive, aggressive, goal-shifting twerp of an interviewer?
    Norman Swan’s son.

    Reminds me of when Maggie handed George Negus his lefty arse.

    I never tire of that one, GM.

  140. Eyrie:

    That’s where the jailbirds and dropouts finish up

    Digits obviously doesn’t care for the number of shiftless young men who finally found father figures and got themselves straightened out.
    Good on the Marines, and in fact all the Armed Forces who turn unpromising materiel into good men and women.

  141. cohenite

    “Individuals with a cervix”…this is how loony Left CNN describe “women”.

    What are individuals with a shiny arse head prefect?

  142. William the Conjuror

    And what if you can’t be home between those hours?

    Maybe you missed (my bolding):

    When you place the order you select the delivery day and delivery time window.

    For example, Coles offer 8 x 6 hour delivery windows per day, mornings from 6, 7, 8 and 9 am, afternoons from 1, 2, 3 and 4 pm. You choose the day and the window. On the day they advise the actual delivery hour.

  143. Struth

    It’s been suggested to you that letters focusing on the economic damage to people’s lives caused by lockdown, which in view of continuing nursing home deaths , is clearly not a working strategy might be more fruitful.

    Yep your boyfriend may have suggested it, telling people that you know are drilling holes in the bottom of the boat, that the vessel is sinking, it’s pure genius!
    You guys, good lord, if we could only get you two to step up to the plate and save us all, with your calm logic and reasoning.
    Maybe some Beethoven in the background, You two could calmly suggest to Andrews that if he keeps going like this, it may not bode well for the economy.
    Maybe ask him why masks now and not before.
    That’ll fuck ‘im.
    You could tell him you understand his fear, and press home the point that you are neither right wing or left wing,( definitely not a sovereign anything, and no way Karens) just an interested bystander of the human condition that feels people could be helped by your non biased superior intellects.

  144. cohenite

    FFS, obuma is a scumbag.

  145. Boambee John

    “I reckon if someone else did this yeah, that wasn’t of colour, you’d be f**king protecting them. You wouldn’t be doing all of this s**t.

    “Just because we’re f**king black, you all want to run all the way to the media, talking all of this s**t bro.”

    This encapsulates the compassionate argument against Third World immigration.

    We should not bring thise people here, where they will suffer and be oppressed by our systemic waaacism!

    Need I add sarc?

  146. Maj

    Donald Trump completely and totally exonerated again!

    “Donald Trump was aiso a good friend of Jeffreys. He didn’t partake in sex with any of us but he flirted with me. He’d laugh and tell Jeffrey, ‘You’ve got the life.'”https://t.co/gQ8dtoLkyO

    — Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 31, 2020

  147. William the Conjuror

    Winston Smith #3530303, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:43 pm

    Lol. I see you’ve found the hyphen key.

  148. Leigh Lowe

    notafan

    #3530304, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:43 pm

    Sorry not writing ranty crank letters to ministers.

    It’s been suggested to you that letters focusing on the economic damage to people’s lives caused by lockdown, which in view of continuing nursing home deaths , is clearly not a working strategy might be more fruitful.

    Well, you miss the whole point.
    If you turn the discussion to economic damage, job losses and social dislocation, everyone can understand that and express an opinion.
    But the Constitution?
    Not everyone will be confident having a go at that.
    So when the resident guru stands up in the front bar or around the bus-trip campfire and unselfconsciously deploys soaring, taxi-driver-grade, legal gobbledygook (h/t Dr Faustus) what does the captive audience do?
    Well, they certainly don’t engage in any meaningful way.
    Some dim bulbs will hang on every word, cooing “Jeez he’s smart. Should be in Canberra”, which is the desired ego boosting result.
    Others simply look for the first opportunity to escape. Tough when you are on a bus-trip to Lake Eyre with no alternative transport.

  149. NoFixedAddress

    Bruce of Newcastle
    #3530318, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:59 pm

    Lock and load.

    and more jelly-beans

  150. Boambee John

    notafan
    #3530280, posted on July 31, 2020 at 3:28 pm
    Tedious Grig

    And what if you can’t be home between those hours

    Melted icecream and sour milk?

    The couple of times we used home delivery, Woolies gave us a five hour delivery bracket.

    The first was 0500 to 1000. Up early, receive a text around 0645, “You are next”. Delivery just before 0700. The next time, bracket from 1500 to 2000, completed about 1845.

    A lot of waiting around involved. That was a while ago, and the system might have been improved. We are avoiding trying to find out!

  151. Rockdoctor

    NFA, two thirds of the coals are lignite or brown coals in Indo and of a young age, Cenezoic Era under 60 mil yo. Where the transition to black coal has occured in the other third, some good forearc basin coals over there to run a power station however. Low sulphur & ash but not high enough quality for steel production. India’s coals are not so blessed with low ash or sulphur, chances are they could become a customer if Indo is serious about this sector. Good on them, meanwhile is Oz we lurch from one virtue signalling green initiative to another…

  152. Boambee John

    1735099
    #3530331, posted on July 31, 2020 at 4:11 pm
    Pretty slick

    Limited mind easily impressed by slick advertising.

    No wonder he owns an MX-5!

    Has he yet found an atlas identifying all the genuinely democratic communist nations in the world? Having sent conscripts to fight in civil wars in Africa probably disqualifies Cuba.

  153. H B Bear

    We should not bring thise people here, where they will suffer and be oppressed by our systemic waaacism!

    Exactly. They should be left in Africa for their own mental health.

  154. Bruce of Newcastle

    More RINO astroturf from Numbers.
    We know who 43 is, and we know the deep staters in his administration.
    Fun how he used to be Bushitler to the Left,yet now is their blue-eyed guy.
    Hopefully alumni of 44 will get orange jumpsuits in the next few years.

  155. Leigh Lowe

    Maybe some Beethoven in the background, You two could calmly suggest to Andrews that if he keeps going like this, it may not bode well for the economy.
    Maybe ask him why masks now and not before.
    That’ll fuck ‘im.

    Dan’s office, 0800 Monday.
    Dan : “So, what have we got?”
    Advisor 1 : “Letters from a Ms notafan and a Mr Lowe complaining about economic damage from LockDan 2.0”
    Dan : “Phhht. Put with the others and burn them later. Anything else.”
    Advisor 2 bursts into the room, breathless : “Mr Premier, Mr Premier. We’ve got a letter from … (looks nervously at Advisor 1 who averts his eyes) … from …
    Dan : “Well. From who? Spit it out!”
    Advisor 2 : “It’s from … Struth”
    Dan : (shoulders slump) “Oh fuck! I was afraid this would come one day. What does it say?”
    Advisor 2 (paper trembling in his hand) : “Ah. It says you are acting outside the Constitution.”
    Dan : “Shit! We’ve been tumbled!”
    Advisor 2 : ” … and that the CMO is an unelected tyrant …”
    Dan : “Oh fuck! What can we do? He is all over us.”
    Advisor 2 : ” … and … and … you are guilty of sedition and the piano wire people are coming for us.”
    Dan : “Shit! Shit! Shit! We are done for. Get me the revolver!!”

  156. Top Ender

    Thing not so good for Chairman Dan.

    The subs of the Herald-Sun are also getting desperate – and melodramatic:


    Shannon Deery: Why Victorians have stopped listening to Daniel Andrews

    The Premier has beeged Victorians to do the right thing throughout the coronavirus crisis, but the message continues to fall on deaf ears. The problem is, when people stop listening, people die.

    Shannon Deery, Herald Sun

    People have stopped listening to Daniel Andrews.

    For weeks the Premier has begged Victorians to do the right thing, stay home, self-isolate, and not risk the lives of others.

    But the message is falling on deaf ears.

    Despite soaring daily increases of new cases, dozens of new deaths and no end in sight to this ongoing crisis, Victorians aren’t listening.

    In direct defiance of not only the Premier’s plea, but the law, a quarter of COVID-positive Victorians this week refused to self-isolate.

  157. calli

    I wonder how she became infected.

    All that PPE and knowledge about transmission.

  158. calli

    We’ll all be beeging soon.

  159. Struth

    Well, you miss the whole point.
    If you turn the discussion to economic damage, job losses and social dislocation, everyone can understand that and express an opinion.

    Who are you talking about?
    Women don’t give a shit about the economy, they are hysterically shitting themselves in a life and death struggle against those who won’t mask up

    But the Constitution?
    Not everyone will be confident having a go at that.
    So when the resident guru stands up in the front bar or around the bus-trip campfire and unselfconsciously deploys soaring, taxi-driver-grade, legal gobbledygook (h/t Dr Faustus) what does the captive audience do?
    Well, they certainly don’t engage in any meaningful way.

    Many actually do, when it effects them, they most certainly do.
    It’s how I got started in trucks at Border crossing and many times I won against state government departments.
    Using the constitution.
    Some new wanker in a department thinks he can write cross border laws, never heard of the constitution.
    His boss has, and when it’s brought to his attention, he blames his underling, reverses it, and waits to have another go later.
    Truckies everywhere got onto it.
    Right now, unconstitutional behaviour is effecting millions, and if you don’t think they’ll grab hold of it once they need it , you are an arrogant, dismissive, pompous, moron.
    In transport it is quite often looked at document.

    Some dim bulbs will hang on every word, cooing “Jeez he’s smart. Should be in Canberra”, which is the desired ego boosting result.

    You never answered, but of course you can lie anyway, are you a member of the Liberal Party?

    Others simply look for the first opportunity to escape. Tough when you are on a bus-trip to Lake Eyre with no alternative transport.

    Meeeowww.
    Envy from the urban limp wrist.

    Of course his activity and suggestions have been laughable.
    In pompous Frank buffoonery he declares, just keep it to conversations about dollars and cents, don’t want to be seen as a bloody tour driving yobbo.
    Don’t rock the boat, people may say bad things about you.
    Pathetic.

    And I’m writing letters and doing other stuff on face book and the like Notafan.
    If you aren’t doing any of that, are you just sitting here all day with your finger up your arse?

  160. Makka

    Another deadly case of the wuflu. Terrifying!

    South Australian Ambulance Service chief executive David Place said it was the first case of coronavirus in a South Australian paramedic.

    “Other than being very humbled by calls from the Premier and the Minister, she is in good spirits and she mentioned it’s not all bad spending time in a five-star hotel so she does have a smile on her face,” Mr Place said.

  161. Bruce of Newcastle

    People have stopped listening to Daniel Andrews.

    Funny how this has happened after he let ten thousand ferals march through the city without any concern for bat crud or their fellow citizens.

  162. NoFixedAddress

    Rockdoctor
    #3530337, posted on July 31, 2020 at 4:22 pm

    Thanks for that Rockdoctor.

    Despite its proximity I only have a passing knowledge of things Indonesian and more from a security view than anything else given the demographics and politics of the place.

    What has always stood out for me is the draconian green and red tape imposed on Australian mining and forestry fueled in no small way by the likes of the viral psychopaths of wwf, and others, who give green ticks to various operations in Indonesia which would raise the eyebrows of Australian forestry and mining operatives even without the crap regulations here.

  163. Struth

    The more you doth protest, the more it inspires me, Frank.

    Liberal Party Frank.

  164. Makka

    who give green ticks to various operations in Indonesia which would raise the eyebrows of Australian forestry and mining operatives even without the crap regulations here.

    They don’t give them a tick actually. The Indon Military just tell them to fk off and mind their own business.

  165. H B Bear

    Once you start selectively applying the Rule of Law you might as well tear it up. Chairman Dan is learning that and why you need the PLA to run a successful communist State.

  166. Infidel Tiger King

    TV Dr Norman Swan running outrageous interference for Dan Xiao Ping on the ABC.

    It’s all the nursing homes and the Feds fault.

  167. Maj

    Do you reckon Americans are tired of winning yet?

  168. Infidel Tiger King

    Australia Defence Association
    @austdef
    Our war dead are equal in death & are rightly honoured equally by the nation. Irrespective of religion, ethnicity, politics, etc. The Shrine (& indeed any war memoral) shld never be used for #auspol demonstrations. Whether oddly carrying Merchant Marine ensigns or not. #ausdef

    Military History Society of NSW
    @MHS_NSW
    ·
    6h
    We agree, war memorials should not be props in the theatre of political protest.

    #militaryhistory #auspol

    Is the Metamucil Militia up to it’s old tricks?

  169. cohenite

    Did I mention obuma is a slimebag.

  170. Old School Conservative

    William the Conjuror
    #3530188, posted on July 31, 2020 at 1:13 pm
    Auburn Gallipoli Mosque granted coronavirus exemption for 400 people to celebrate Eid-al-Adha
    Public places of worship in NSW can have gatherings of 100 people at a time, subject to the 4 square metre rule.
    The Auburn Gallipoli Mosque has been given approval to have 4 separate sessions of not more that 100 people at a time, in accordance with the rule.

    William, the rule specifically reads:
    The number of people in a public place of worship must not exceed 100 people, subject to the 4 square metre square rule. The maximum applies to the whole of the venue, even where men and women worship in separate areas

    Hazzard is allowing 400 people in one location at the same time – an exemption.
    Don’t pretend this gathering is done in “separate sessions”. The gathering is in 4 zones simultaneously, a breach of the rule but OKed by Hazzard.

  171. Struth

    Is the Metamucil Militia up to it’s old tricks?

    Hey scab boy, it wasn’t a political protest, and if you have ever been to your local cenotaph about the dawn on the 25th of April you’d know that.

    Not letting politics interfere with your normal attendance to a non political service is what we did.

  172. calli

    Thanks for the reminder, OSC.

    I just had to register for the service I will attend because of the 100 worshipper cap. The church is running two services to cater for the congregation which far exceeds 100.

    Don’t want to be turned away. 🙂

  173. Bruce of Newcastle

    TV Dr Norman Swan running outrageous interference for Dan Xiao Ping on the ABC.

    Numbers thinks his son is a hero.
    Chip off the old block.

  174. Infidel Tiger King

    Hahaha!

    I’m quite serious, you appear to be having a breakdown.

    Anyway, can’t chat. Big group of us are off to the pub to watch the footy and rugby. $6 pints!

  175. calli

    On the use of the venue and to obey the “rule” the service will be spread over two large rooms – the church itself and the meeting hall.

    💡 If I sit in the hall I’ll be first to the coffee.

  176. Rockdoctor

    Makka probably nails it. WWF & the likes are tolerated so long as they don’t get into local matters. SEA don’t like foreigners messing in their business unless those in charge are making a motza off it.

    Thailand & Singapore used to be same but each time I visit these places I notice even they are drifting more & more left. Rama IX passing in Thailand has seen the Government there trying to please the EU by nobbling the farmers & fisherman and everyone else outside BKK’s middle class with green tape. Obviously the Thai Generals are making a handy bit of tea money with EU business. Singapore is definitely going that way but probably can afford it as a more affluent society more than the Thais. Then there’s the cashed up mainland Chinese who I have had the misfortune sometimes to cross paths with in the fray. We live in interesting times.

  177. calli

    Well may you scoff, ITK.

    Just don’t go near the water. The sharks appear to be hungry, and humans are on the menu.

  178. Cassie of Sydney

    “Hazzard is allowing 400 people in one location at the same time – an exemption.
    Don’t pretend this gathering is done in “separate sessions”. The gathering is in 4 zones simultaneously, a breach of the rule but OKed by Hazzard.”

    That’s right. I’ve heard of no such exemption given to synagogues and temples. By the way, the Jooooish festivals of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (the most important Joooish holy day) fall in September….will they be exempted?

    I am furious…but should I be surprised. Nope. This reminds me of the BLM demonstration……one rule for decent Australians and either no rule or “special exemptions” for some favourites…or are they scared if they say no?

  179. Nick

    Dear Struth,
    I hear you’ve been a naughty boy. You have used rude words and described women as being cows. Your condoning of violence along with Memory Lapse has been another black mark I’m afraid.

    Just to let you know that you are officially on my naughty list this year.
    Regards
    Santa

    See, letters do work!

  180. calli

    Just realised who this “Frank” is.

  181. MatrixTransform

    On the day they advise the actual delivery hour.

    the bell rings and then … you salivate

    not before
    not after

  182. Judge Dredd

    Went to the pharmacy to buy some zinc tablets, only three bottles left. Looks like more people are cottoning on to the HCQ+Zinc treatment regardless of what the mainstream media state

  183. Leigh Lowe

    6h
    We agree, war memorials should not be props in the theatre of political protest.

    #militaryhistory #auspol

    Is the Metamucil Militia up to it’s old tricks?

    Stolen valour by plastic commandos, standing on the corpses of fallen soldiers to advance their cause.
    Hoping to boost their vote from 0.1% to 0.5% by draping themselves in khaki.

  184. caveman

    Nicholas Reece hes got to be the punching bag at Sky , I don’t know what other purpose he serves.
    100 to 1 he just disagrees to be punched for the sake of it.

  185. Leigh Lowe

    Nerve struck I think.

  186. Bruce of Newcastle

    Lots of fun from the evidence dump:

    Here Are The Top Highlights From Ghislaine Maxwell’s Unsealed Court Records (30 Jul)

    Why am I not surprised that Comey seems to’ve been protecting Epstein during the Obama years?

  187. Infidel Tiger King

    If you want to protest masks or anything else, the steps of Parliament in Spring Street is the location.

    Would you allow BLM or Global warmenists to use the Cenotaph as a place to protest? Didn’t think so.

    Besmirching war memorials should result in the death penalty.

  188. Leigh Lowe

    We agree, war memorials should not be props in the theatre of political protest.

    In a bobbing finish between the BLM fizzer in Sydney and the Maskist protest in Melbourne, the judges are going for the developed print.
    Less than two dozen at both.
    Again, it looks like the Melbourne ones are simply a licorice allsorts of nutters who don’t give a rat’s arse about masks either way.
    Just looking for oxygen and this is the most convenient vehicle right now.
    Pity they had to desecrate the Shrine with their cunning stunt.

  189. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger King

    #3530403, posted on July 31, 2020 at 5:49 pm

    If you want to protest masks or anything else, the steps of Parliament in Spring Street is the location.

    Would you allow BLM or Global warmenists to use the Cenotaph as a place to protest? Didn’t think so.

    Besmirching war memorials should result in the death penalty.

    Snap.
    Mental telepathy.
    Not email Faulty.
    Telepathy.
    Prove me wrong!!

  190. egg_

    “Letters from a Ms notafan and a Mr Lowe complaining about economic damage from LockDan 2.0”

    The clown posse sending letters to the Hunchback?

    Parallel Clown Universe, indeed.

  191. Infidel Tiger King

    I thought i had this shift?

  192. Struth

    Well Letters do sometimes work.
    Llew O’Brien believes after considering the matters I raised that my concerns merit being brought to the attention of the AG of Australia and has made representations to Christian Porter on my behalf, provided him with copies of my letters and Llew will be in touch as soon as a response has been received.

    Hey I may get brushed off, but thanks to me, not LL, or Notafan, (who poo poo any letter writing and activism in a condescending manner due to their cowardice to ruffle feathers), we know the government are aware of this situation, have to answer the charges, and they’ve been made to think about it.
    The AG of Australia is now held to account.

  193. egg_

    Eebil meatworks with people shut up together in the cold are spreading the seasonal flu?

    Quelle surprise!

  194. egg_

    Fortunately Bunnings was very careful with its with multi-hundred people lines and that’s why it was never bothered by the state or media you say.

    With warehouse style massive store aisles, they can get away with a lot of “social distancing”, Comrade.

  195. Struth

    Thanks Cardimona.
    I reckon your constitutional questions letter, that I turned into the ten Questions, but basically your letter put him over the edge.

    If people feel to write to their local Reps and MP’s regards the constitution, right now is the perfect time.
    Please get on board.
    The Federal Liberals must take back control of quarantine.

  196. egg_

    They are looking heavily into drone delivery as well.

    JC can get his Uber Eats delivered by drone, prepared by third world swarthies.

  197. notafan

    Oh rubbish struth

    I’ve written loads of letters in the past (Not for covid though)and LL has already said he has engaged in correspondence.

  198. cohenite

    or are they scared if they say no?

    The GoP have perfected the passive aggressive victim status which the left can’t resist; the 3rd nations are learning fast; antifa and blm are just following in their paw steps. The only conservative pollie who stands up to them is Trump; and out Pauline and Latham and a few others. Violence always wins when your opposition is a coward.

  199. Nick

    Ch 7 news is actually mentioning the allegations against Clinton. OMG.

  200. Caveman

    These tech company’s getting bigger thru takeovers , looks like it’s the first to become Skynet. But it does show how these company’s can corral their customers into a behaviour to suit, as they have no other alternative. Cannon-Brookes will have more coin to do painful stuff with.
    Atlassians revenue soars.

  201. egg_

    Teh Dumb
    “Pandemic leave” being discussed.
    They wouldn’t know anyone who’d want to go to work sick, endangering others.

    Swarthies working three jobs?

    /La La Land

  202. egg_

    I thought i had this shift?

    Your 5D trolling is above this rabble, OM.

  203. calli

    Ch 7 news is actually mentioning the allegations against Clinton. OMG.

    Saw that.

    And then a piece on Trump floating an election delay. Trotted out Mitch and some other PoC. Skinny chap, looked familiar.

    Nothing from the Dem candidate though. What was his name again?

  204. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger King

    #3530412, posted on July 31, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    I thought i had this shift?

    Sorry mate.
    Jobkeeper only goes so far, so when Sinc offered me the overtime.
    I’ll send a quick email to divvy up the targets.

  205. Perth Trader

    “It means, as we have said all along, that we believe the WA Government’s position is likely unconstitutional and the evidence put will likely be to that effect.

    Earlier, at a media conference, Mr Porter said the Commonwealth “wouldn’t have mounted a challenge” against the hard border.
    “But they’re not safe or protected by a policy that would be likely to be found unconstitutional by the High Court.

    “So in those circumstances, how do you best protect West Australian families? You work out what are the compromises that give the same level of protection but are constitutionally sustainable, but can go on for months and months and months or longer.

  206. notafan

    Women care if they can’t open their small businesses or go to work, or if their husbands or children or parents or siblings can’t operate their businesses or go to work.

    You misogyny mask is slipping, again.

    I sometimes wonder if you actually know any women.

    Or perhaps being born and bred in Adelaide is the root of the problem.

    #anotherdayanotheropusmagnum

  207. Nick

    I can’t wait to see who Clarkson blames tonight.

  208. egg_

    How many Viccotards died from seasonal flu versus the beer bug?

  209. egg_

    The Lowetard’s been here all day – retired?

  210. Perth Trader

    “Where there are serious matters of constitutional law involved, the High Court expects that the Federal Government will be part of the proceedings in order to explain its perspectives on important matters of constitutional law.”

  211. Bundyrum

    Nick, which allegations against Clinton? there are many.

  212. notafan

    No insight from the one with little to offer other than tard this and tard that about many other commenters here.

  213. Nick

    Bundy, the ones upstream, that he was on Epstein Island when two under age girls were present

  214. Leigh Lowe

    Struth

    #3530413, posted on July 31, 2020 at 6:01 pm

    Well Letters do sometimes work.
    Llew O’Brien believes after considering the matters

    Did you ask him if he was a member of the … (spit!) … Liberal Party?
    Or did you, as Rundybum so quaintly put it “suck Liberal cock”?
    I sincerely hope Llew rebuffed any offer of focaccia … er … fellatio.

  215. Bruce of Newcastle

    Costco are building a store on my pilot plant. Surreal.

  216. egg_

    Teh Dumb

    ABC funding from other sources?

    This needs highlighting.

    Kill.the.beast.

  217. Bundyrum

    Thanks Nick, just thought they might have been going on about the hillbag.

  218. Struth

    Did you ask him if he was a member of the … (spit!) … Liberal Party?
    Or did you, as Rundybum so quaintly put it “suck Liberal cock”?
    I sincerely hope Llew rebuffed any offer of focaccia … er … fellatio.

    The rantings of insanity.

  219. Leigh Lowe

    Perth Trader

    #3530438, posted on July 31, 2020 at 6:24 pm

    “Where there are serious matters of constitutional law involved, the High Court expects that the Federal Government will be part of the proceedings in order to explain its perspectives on important matters of constitutional law.”

    Uh-oh!
    What, pray tell, do you reckon those “perspectives” might entail?

  220. Military History Society of NSW
    @MHS_NSW

    More cucks.
    War is History!
    Yeah, for ya’ll collaborators.
    The AltRight is coming….can’t you hear the tank tracks?
    Turn up your hearing aids, Joe’s!

  221. notafan

    Oh and thanks for the 4.13 enlightenment LL

  222. Cassie of Sydney

    “The only conservative pollie who stands up to them is Trump; and out Pauline and Latham and a few others”

    Agree….there aren’t many.

  223. Struth

    Bloody hell, Notafan and LL have started dribbling uncontrollably.
    Man the life boats.

  224. Bundyrum

    I was wrong he will suck any political willy, sorry.

  225. died from seasonal flu versus the beer bug?

    I stand to be corrected, but the running tally is 36.
    Influenza BTFO.
    Silver linings?
    Lol

  226. Leigh Lowe

    Struth

    #3530359, posted on July 31, 2020 at 4:51 pm

    The more you doth protest, the more it inspires me, Frank.

    Liberal Party Frank.

    Screenshot for Llew O’Brien!!!!
    Seriously, did you give him your thoughts on the Liberal Party?

  227. notafan

    As opposed to your neverending streams of drivel.

  228. Go Struth. Great stuff lately.
    #Resist

  229. Cassie of Sydney

    “Nick
    #3530442, posted on July 31, 2020 at 6:26 pm
    Bundy, the ones upstream, that he was on Epstein Island when two under age girls were present”

    Nice that the MSM are finally reporting something about Clinton and Epstein. Having said that….I also think that Virginia Giuffre is not a reliable person and she has a predisposition to embellish and fantasise.

  230. Struth

    Today Credlin was attacked, and I know she read it, but went straight on tele dribbling the same shit.

    Just so you know what sort of party hack bullshit artist she is.

  231. Leigh Lowe

    … unselfconsciously deploys soaring, taxi-driver-grade, legal gobbledygook …

    Dr Faustus.
    Gold!
    I dips me lid, sir!

  232. Perth Trader

    Leigh…I’m not a lawyer….Those excerpts are from the Palmer vs West. Aust in the high court. Palmer is being helped by the Fed. Govt.

  233. Leigh Lowe

    Perth Trader

    #3530461, posted on July 31, 2020 at 6:34 pm

    Leigh…I’m not a lawyer….Those excerpts are from the Palmer vs West. Aust in the high court. Palmer is being helped by the Fed. Govt.

    I figured that.
    I actually think Palmer’s got a chance, because the WA ban was so blanket, not opening to anyone, Covid free or totally infested or somewhere in between.

  234. Cassie of Sydney

    “and I know she read it, but went straight on tele dribbling the same shit”

    And you expect anything different? Credlin is a creature of the party.

  235. Struth

    Screenshot for Llew O’Brien!!!!
    Seriously, did you give him your thoughts on the Liberal Party?

    I posted the letter here you tool, Frank.
    Go through your screen shots.

  236. Struth

    I know that Cassie, but it’s fun showing it up.

  237. Leigh Lowe

    Welcome bundy, the remarkably similar one.

  238. Diogenes

    Twostix,
    The 100+ people were in the carpark , and all socially distancing under supervision , and came in under the 4m2 per person rule. When the line got to a point they turned people away, EXACTLY as per the fucking regulations …. which were monitored by the police, hardly what you claim , “able to conduct their business without interference”.

  239. Perth Trader

    Leigh..and ..Struth….Follow this Palmer case because it is important to all Aussies.

  240. Nick

    Having said that….I also think that Virginia Giuffre is not a reliable person and she has a predisposition to embellish and fantasise.

    Fair point, though Clinton was logged, what, 26 times on Epsteins’ jet ?

  241. Cassie of Sydney

    “Struth
    #3530465, posted on July 31, 2020 at 6:37 pm
    I know that Cassie, but it’s fun showing it up.”

    And we must always show them up. Credlin doesn’t have an original thought in her head. She is incapable of thinking outside the box.

  242. Some History

    Staying Apart Keeps Us Together™

    Comrades.

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