Stairway To Heaven

DNC Speaker Blames Trump For Her Father Dying Of COVID – That He Caught At Karaoke Bar.

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106 Responses to Stairway To Heaven

  1. tombell

    she’s a fat stupid bint. What do you expect?

  2. Colonel Crispin Berka

    DNC upshot garnered from Tim Pool and Robert Barnes’ feeds.
    * Harris is too far Left for the right, too far right for the Left, and 30% of black voters find her a turn-off, so choosing her has been a net loss for the Dems.
    * The DNC had barely 2000 live viewers of their video feed (~1700), and many Dems who watched it found it to be poor production quality technically and total cringe stylistically.
    * Michelle Obama really really doesn’t want black voters to vote for Kanye.
    * Bernie called Trump a dictator, despite all evidence to the contrary such as the extent of protests against him which proceed uninhibited and the wall-to-wall negative press coverage.

    Do not interrupt Dems while they are busy Dem’ing.

  3. Tom

    Sorry, Cats — no cartoons today as his Doomlordship closed down the open thread at midnight on Tuesday August 18 without opening a new one.

    Here’s the brilliant Leak jnr’s toon just posted for Wednesday.

    See you whenever or if ever the management opens a midweek forum.

    .

  4. rickw

    Hijacking thread as an open forum.

  5. rickw

    The Democrats are the disaster!

  6. Leigh Lowe

    Tom

    #3551838, posted on August 19, 2020 at 3:28 am

    Sorry, Cats — no cartoons today as his Doomlordship closed down the open thread at midnight on Tuesday August 18 without opening a new one.

    OMG!
    Open Threads are being rationed!!

  7. Zatara

    The time of patience and obedience to power mad little apparatchiks is running out in California.

  8. rickw

    DNC + 4CHAN Photo Drop = Oh Shit

  9. Knuckle Dragger

    Is this one of those supply chain thingies talked about earlier?

  10. Knuckle Dragger

    Sadly, the Three Gorges Dam appears to remain standing.

    Or…. is it?

    Anne! Thoughts and analysis, stat!

  11. Knuckle Dragger

    Has Global Victoria, of ‘inbound super-trade mission’ fame been dismantled and thrown in the Yarra yet?

    If not, why not?

  12. rickw

    If this had been a black guy:

  13. RickW I think we all know how to find stuff on YouTube.

  14. Knuckle Dragger

    Long pig wackiness! The NT News:

    ‘A NOTORIOUS murderer who once bragged of cooking and eating his victim’s penis has died from cancer after being transferred from prison into palliative care at Royal Darwin Hospital.

    ‘A Coronial inquest held in Darwin on Tuesday heard David Kevin Loader, 59 — who was serving a life sentence for murdering 64-year-old George Martin in 2001 — was diagnosed with a “very aggressive” metastatic cancer in November and died on January 11.

    ‘In 2002, the NT Supreme Court heard the pair had been drinking heavily at Loader’s campsite at Mandorah before Loader claimed he “blanked out” and woke to find Mr Martin lying face-up in a large fire near his camp.

    Loader was arrested at Mount Isa five days later, after police searched his campsite and found human bones among the ash in the fireplace. He was found guilty by a jury and handed a mandatory sentence of life in prison with a 20-year non-parole period.

    ‘During the trial, fellow inmate Daymon Hannila said he thought Loader was joking when he described how he killed his victim. “(He said) that he hit the person on the head with a rock, cut off his leg, put it in the fire and cooked it,’’ he said.

    ‘Hannila said Loader claimed he also cut off the victim’s penis, put it in the fire and cooked it, saying it tasted like chicken.’

    Dunno why this is news. C’mon. We’ve all been there.

  15. rickw

    RickW I think we all know how to find stuff on YouTube.

    Do you know how to use a scroll wheel?

  16. Ed Case

    In yesterday’s South Brisbane news, Traffic Controllers had blocked off part of Grey St. around 4 a.m., bloke carrying a golf club walked behind the barrier, StopGo Batperson said ”Hi”, Golfer walked past, turned, and slammed him with the club.
    Cops searching for man of Aboriginal appearance carrying golf club.

  17. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘Cops searching for man of Aboriginal appearance carrying golf club.’

    I knew Testpattern would turn up somewhere.

  18. Herodotus

    Since the presidential race is the topic of this declared open thread, I offer another article that makes you think – from American Thinker, which has a lot more interesting reading in it than any of our so-called newspapers.
    Great Men and The Tide of History.

  19. Ed Case

    The TC couldn’t keep working, hit across the back by surprise, but not seriously injured.
    Aboriginal golfers must be fairly rare, particularly in South Brisbane, there’s still a Croquet Pitch in Cordelia St. above Musgrave Park, the gentle players departed for Elysian Fields many many moons ago.

  20. calli

    As there seems to be no new OT, and in keeping in the spirit of dedicated thread comments, I give youse this thought for the day.

    😊

  21. PB

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/08/15/us/north-carolina-boy-killed-father-speaks-trnd/index.html

    You missed this one Rickw

    Again, if the races were reversed??? I’m surprised this one was even let out of the local-only US news cycle. Most Black on White crime reportage is actively suppressed in the US media.

  22. PB

    “Cops searching for man of Aboriginal appearance carrying golf club.”

    BLM supporter. Proud Person of Colour see, Proud Person of Colour do.

  23. Mitch M.

    PB
    #3551870, posted on August 19, 2020 at 7:08 am
    “Cops searching for man of Aboriginal appearance carrying golf club.”
    .

    So his boomerang didn’t come back.

  24. Herodotus

    He’s a big disgrace to the PGA race.

  25. Cassie of Sydney

    “Leigh Lowe
    #3551844, posted on August 19, 2020 at 5:25 am
    Tom

    #3551838, posted on August 19, 2020 at 3:28 am

    Sorry, Cats — no cartoons today as his Doomlordship closed down the open thread at midnight on Tuesday August 18 without opening a new one.

    OMG!
    Open Threads are being rationed!!”

    Have we been naughty? I thought everyone had been behaving themselves…as much as is possible on the Cat!

  26. Cassie of Sydney

    This is very hard to read…..it is disturbing, disgusting and unsurprising. it is about the sexual revolution and children in Germany in the 60’sand 70’s.

    https://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/the-sexual-revolution-and-children-how-the-left-took-things-too-far-a-702679.html

    You have to have a strong stomach but it is worth reading when you can…it clearly shows the progressive left in its true colours.

  27. notafan

    KD

    Is the NT Australia’s answer to Florida ?

  28. notafan

    I see ‘Ally’ ( geddit) didnt answer my very simple grocery buying question last night.

    And then gave off whiff of unwashed sock.

  29. notafan

    I’m thinking bacon rations for breakfast.

  30. notafan

    Rashers.

    autocratic strikes again

  31. Bruce of Newcastle

    A nice story which has almost nothing to do with politics.

    Tiger Woods’ 11-Yr-Old Son Wins Golf Tourney with Dad as Caddy (18 Aug)

    Golf great Tiger Woods served as a caddy for his son Charlie on Sunday, who cruised to an easy victory in the US Kids Golf tournament hitting a 3 under 33 on the nine-hole course.

    Charlie Woods, 11, smashed his opponents at Hammock Creek golf course in Palm City, Florida, beating his next closest opponent by five strokes in the age 11 category. Charlie earned three birdies and no bogeys, CBS Sports reported.

    Three under in 9 holes for an 11 year old is pretty amazing. Best wishes to him for the future.

  32. notafan

    Sinc does live in Melbourne.

    So the rationing theory is perfectly plausible.

    Though I think excessive double spacing might be the real reason for the shortage.

  33. calli

    It was the scones wot dun it.

    And Arky out of moderation.

    The engines just blew under the strain.

  34. Boambee John

    there’s still a Croquet Pitch in Cordelia St. above Musgrave Park, the gentle players departed for Elysian Fields many many moons ago.

    You haven’t played croquet, have you Ed?

  35. calli

    This is where all this stupid “fortress state” mentality is getting us:

    Ms Palaszczuk was asked yesterday about the cases of a Ballina woman who nearly lost her baby, after she needed a emergency caesarean.

    She was denied access into Queensland, and needed to be flown to Sydney.

    “Those decisions are made by health professionals not made by politicians, not by Premiers. Where there is critical care, that is not for politicians,” she said.

    “People living in NSW they have NSW hospitals. In Queensland we have Queensland hospitals for our people.”

    Be very careful with this sort of nonsense. Queenslanders may be in need of medical services that can only be found in NSW. Do we deny them this because “not our people”? Should a vaccine or treatment for Covid be developed in NSW, do we say “Tough luck. Get yer own.”?

  36. mh

    A St. Louis couple who rose to national prominence after defending their iconic home from a Black Lives Matter-linked mob will be making a special appearance at the Republican National Convention next week, according to reports.

    Mark and Patricia McCloskey were invited by Mark Meadows, President Trump’s chief of staff, according to Al Watkins, an attorney representing the husband and wife.

    Mr. McCloskey is reportedly scheduled to speak during the online event, and his wife may also deliver remarks, according to Samantha Zager, deputy national press secretary for the Trump reelection campaign.

  37. mh

    calli
    #3551896, posted on August 19, 2020 at 8:23 am

    Couldn’t agree more.

  38. Mater

    Ms Palaszczuk was asked yesterday about the cases of a Ballina woman who nearly lost her baby, after she needed a emergency caesarean.
    She was denied access into Queensland, and needed to be flown to Sydney.

    Stupidity is spreading.
    A very close friend of mine turned up at a medical clinic with SEVERE chest pains. Because chest pains are associated with COVID, he was told in no uncertain terms that he couldn’t enter and that he should drive home and call an ambulance, which he did…straight into open heart surgery.

    A very close call, but not everyone is so lucky.

    This bullshit has to stop.

  39. Struth

    Good Moaning.
    Brett W.

    As you can see I live rent free in the denialist’s heads.

    All night they have been going on about it, as I scroll back.
    It consumes them.
    Right above me , on it goes, and you come on here telling me that it’s getting boring?
    But why sir?

    Now these people try to weasel their way out of admitting their situation and dealing with it like the sane.
    It’s part of what I wish to do in fighting this obvious coup d’ etat, in maintaining the sanity.

    LL got given the name Frank Thring because he loves to over act and embellish.

    That’s why Notafan loves him so.

    For eg.
    I said, (before I knew they were being rationed), that you’ll notice supply chain problems within two weeks and it will gradually get worse.
    This you are seeing, and without the restrictions placed on buying amounts, which is called rationing , and the absolute compliant population, some shelves would be empty now.
    However, they cry bullshit struth,, bullshit, as Frank swings his toga wildly in his over acted fashion, on a stage he never leaves 24/7 and nota chucks petals around telling everyone to look toward her pointing at the sunshine, all’s normal because some people are actually leaving their houses.

    Apparently to these denialists, who in doing so hold us all back, believe there is no rationing until it’s done WW2 style with cards to be signed off, people lining up for hours for half a loaf of bread, or people eating grass………….

    How typically denialist of them.

    Exaggeration is not to be found on my part.
    Quite the opposite in fact.

    I said you would start to notice these restrictions within a few days, which you have, ……..and it will gradually get worse.
    Which it will.
    You may deny it but there are limits placed on the amount per shopper one can purchase.
    This is the start you’ll notice after only a few days, and as the supplies already in the distribution centres that were there for the restaurants and pubs dwindle, you’ll notice it more and more.

    This coup d’etat needs to see no riots in the streets until they are firmly in power nation wide, and the corruption and collusion (corporatism) between the major supermarkets and the government will see them doing all they can to ensure the supplies in supermarkets don’t run low in the cities.
    But once those distribution centres get low, they are not restocked by just Linfox.

    So why are there restrictions at all, if all farmers are working and the trucks are running?
    Ignorant and insulated townie denialists might blame the meat shortage on the partial closing of meat works but why eggs?

    And China will be holding back all sorts of shit, and not buying others.

    Some people might be thinking we’ll end up getting cheap wine now, and for the immediate future, we might.
    But much of our wine gets sent in bladders to China in 20ft containers, and they bottle it there.
    What outcome just in that one product could you foresee being the real outcome here, if we bottle that snot no one here will drink?

    This is going to be a mess , and we will be Veneztralia, as is the desire, and from the ruins there will be a great new global socialism, one that can force the shit white westerners to use less to save the planet from Climate Change, to stop their rampant consumerism, and to worship our new saviour, The Holy profit Greta the Great.

    People here claiming it’s just incompetence here and there is no conspiracy are also in denial.
    Pure and simple.
    After six months you’d be described by any sane person as completely nuts.

  40. calli

    He looks better, Spurge. Could it be a permanent feature, with additional soundproofing?

  41. Leigh Lowe

    The midnight raid of the Blogwreckers!
    Bwah ha ha ha ha ha

  42. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Could it be a permanent feature, with additional soundproofing?

    All politicians, public ‘elf bureaucrats, nayzeeesque keystone cops and loathsome braindead hysterical meeja j’ismists should be gifted with mandatory, unremovable ones.

    For the remainder of their pointless lives.

  43. Leigh Lowe

    Good morning C.W.
    Can you give us the long version.
    We pay good money for this.
    We don’t want you to start rationing your morning serve of wisdom.

    😪😪😪

  44. calli

    Twenty percent of Tweed Hospital services are used by Queenslanders.

    Not “our people”, Palace Chook. They’re “yours”.

    Except they’re Australians. And they are to be cared for, regardless of your invisible borders.

  45. Leigh Lowe

    #3551886, posted on August 19, 2020 at 7:56 am

    A nice story which has almost nothing to do with politics.

    Tiger Woods’ 11-Yr-Old Son Wins Golf Tourney with Dad as Caddy (18 Aug)

    And then there is …

    PB
    #3551870, posted on August 19, 2020 at 7:08 am
    “Cops searching for man of Aboriginal appearance carrying golf club.”

    You don’t think … ?

  46. Farmer Gez

    Let’s not get too cocky about grocery item shortages.
    Andrews and his equally totalitarian fellow premiers have instituted all sorts of measures that will impact on the free movement of labour and equipment needed to harvest food crops and produce meat.

    These measures will have an impact on normal supply.
    Harvest labour shortage has not been resolved at this time and the crunch is coming.

    I’d advise you look wider than the local supermarket and read or watch business reports of the legitimate concerns of growers and food businesses trying to plan through a maze of medical bureaucrats who have no feel for reality or sense of urgency when formulating plans solely based on stopping human movement.

  47. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    This bullshit has to stop.

    Yes it does. As of yesterday. But how exactly do we achieve this noble goal of wresting back our (relatively free) former way of life?

    I still remain in favour of violently apprehending those responsible for this lamentable state of affairs, administering them lengthy public floggings prior to being hanged, culminating in HOP Time.

    Subsequently celebrated across the nation with the dropping of a MOAB on this infernal neo-brutalist monstrosity.

  48. Roger

    This is very hard to read…..it is disturbing, disgusting and unsurprising. it is about the sexual revolution and children in Germany in the 60’sand 70’s.

    Cassie, the same trends were present among French prog-left intellectuals going back to the 1930s.

  49. calli

    I believe the impediment stopping harvesters entering NSW was lifted yesterday, Gez. Which will be a relief to 132andbush.

    Common sense prevailed. Enjoy it. It’s rare.

  50. notafan

    I’m not cocky Farmer Gez.

    I know it’s quite possible, just not in the time frame and for the reasons struth claimed.

    I said a couple of weeks ago I’d be more than happy to see empty supermarkets if it forced Dan and the other premier morons to change tack.

    Fat chance.

  51. Roger

    Twenty percent of Tweed Hospital services are used by Queenslanders.

    And northern NSW folk have been accessing Qld hospitals for decades.

    But we have an election coming up…

  52. Mater

    He looks better, Spurge. Could it be a permanent feature, with additional soundproofing?

    There’s one man for whom the mask works.
    Have you seen the spittle that emanates from this man when he talks?
    Forget COVID, the front row of the press gallery will be eternally grateful. The reduction of their dry cleaning bills could be used to prop up Victoria.

  53. Struth

    Good morning C.W.
    Can you give us the long version.
    We pay good money for this.
    We don’t want you to start rationing your morning serve of wisdom.

    The dribble you post 24/7 here is so much more than my one morning countenance.
    Look I don’t blame you for being here 24/7, you are a coward doing what you are told by criminals and staying in your home like a good boy.
    You’ve got nothing else to do.

    I believe this is very shortly coming to QLD as well.
    They have pulled off calling off elections in NZ, and I’m guessing, and I could be wrong, there will be (magically) a perfectly timed outbreak here within the next couple of weeks.

    At least the other states have had the opportunity of seeing what happens to a state when you do nothing in retaliation.
    …….because you might get a fine……..FMD.

    We’ve got a bit to try to organise here, so I won’t be wasting as much time here as usual, hence a good rebuff of your insanity, and then out of here.
    I still won’t let you get away with dribbling shit, but we Qlders have got other more important things to do than spend 24/7 here. May I suggest it might be healthy for you to try and do something else as well.
    It’s not as if the situation doesn’t call for it.

  54. Gab

    Why has Sinclair imposed a lockdown?

  55. Mater

    Not “our people”, Palace Chook. They’re “yours”.

    I hope she is never stranded at sea.

  56. Leigh Lowe

    Farmer Gez

    #3551913, posted on August 19, 2020 at 8:43 am

    Let’s not get too cocky about grocery item shortages.

    Let’s be clear.
    No-one is “getting cocky” about supplies.
    I was pointing out that C.W.’s prediction on the 3rd of August that the supply chain was broke and we would notice shortages within a week has proven to be spectacularly wrong.
    Happy to hear rational analysis from knowledgable people about what might happen over time if this continues.
    In fact, C.W. gave us licence to ridicule him if his prediction turned out to be a bust.

    This hysterical Chicken Little who cried Wolf stuff does more harm than good.

  57. mh

    Should we be considering Infowars supplements?

  58. notafan

    I didn’t read the daily epistle.

    Same every day.

    It’s boring, repetitive and self serving.

    Those literal posters on the other thread have a thousand times the cut through.

    #whateveryoudodontgettested

  59. Struth

    Go forth Cardigan Commandos………………………….into the field of fire!!!!!!!!!!!!

  60. notafan

    Did read response.

    After being clocked as world’s most prolific cat pixel waster.

    Sad.

  61. Leigh Lowe

    calli

    #3551917, posted on August 19, 2020 at 8:48 am

    I believe the impediment stopping harvesters entering NSW was lifted yesterday, Gez. Which will be a relief to 132andbush.

    But only for harvesting gluten-free grains.

  62. Snoopy

    I hope she is never stranded at sea.

    For Heaven’s sake why?

  63. Leigh Lowe

    Struth

    #3551929, posted on August 19, 2020 at 8:55 am

    Go forth Cardigan Commandos

    #stolenvalour
    #stolennicknames

  64. Mater

    For Heaven’s sake why?

    LOL!

  65. Struth

    I was pointing out that C.W.’s prediction on the 3rd of August that the supply chain was broke and we would notice shortages within a week has proven to be spectacularly wrong.

    And you are noticing them.
    If you are not , you are in denial.
    You are trying to tell people I said you’d be starving within a week.
    I said you start noticing it within a few days.
    Which any sane person looking at the restrictions placed on certain items would understand as being “starting to see within a few days”
    Precisely as predicted.
    And it’s going to get much worse.

  66. Cassie of Sydney

    “Cassie, the same trends were present among French prog-left intellectuals going back to the 1930s.”

    Indeed…and I believe the same trends are present among the progressive left in 2020.

  67. notafan

    Palacechook’s excuses should be thrown in her face every time a Queensland goes South for medical treatment.

    I dislike all our current leaders all with a passion.

    I wonder what Tony Abbott would have done had he been prime minister.

  68. incoherent rambler

    This bullshit has to stop.

    Yes it does. As of yesterday. But how exactly do we achieve this noble goal of wresting back our (relatively free) former way of life?
    I still remain in favour of violently apprehending those responsible for this lamentable state of affairs, administering them lengthy public floggings prior to being hanged, culminating in HOP Time.

    Yes. The bullshit has to stop.
    A good disincentive to our dear leaders would be to strap them to a trebuchet (alias wind turbine).
    A modern, renewable solution that is not limited by current shortages of whips, ropes and axes.

  69. Cassie of Sydney

    “Gab
    #3551924, posted on August 19, 2020 at 8:53 am
    Why has Sinclair imposed a lockdown?”

    I’m wondering that too.

  70. Cassie of Sydney

    “I wonder what Tony Abbott would have done had he been prime minister.”

    I doubt he would have done much. He was dominated by party hacks like Credlin.

  71. Farmer Gez

    calli
    #3551917, posted on August 19, 2020 at 8:48 am
    I believe the impediment stopping harvesters entering NSW was lifted yesterday, Gez. Which will be a relief to 132andbush.

    Not really Calli.
    Only within one hundred kilometres of the borders. We have local contractors who go to central Queensland and would normally start heading north soon.

    Many big farms in Queensland and NSW use contractor services as a vital and normal part of their harvest planning. Delay is usually invites disaster in farming.

    Once again arbitrary rules with no common sense will restrict businesses from normal operation.
    The chances of viral infections causing a problem from scattered machines and workers in the wide open spaces of the bush are minimal and that’s overstating it.

    I know Struth over eggs the pudding but underneath all this are absurd regulations that each have to be negotiated for some semblance of a compromise. This is nightmare stuff and the reason JBS meats closed down in Brooklyn. Imagine shutting every time one worker was unwell and waiting for a test result.

  72. notafan

    Wow the goal post got shifted into the next state.

    No border quarantine can stop him.

    Remember

    ‘For want of a nail’?

    Oh how we laughed

  73. incoherent rambler

    Why has Sinclair imposed a lockdown?

    Maybe, like Dan of the Dead he thinks there is money in a [lickdown oops] lockdown.

  74. Snoopy

    Can the self-absorbed Covid botherers here please turn your tiny minds to a genuine real world problem.

    Climate grief expected to be widespread soon but it’s still not openly acknowledged

    For the past 18 months, Canadian scientist Kurtis Baute says he has been dealing with a lot of ‘climate grief’.

    “Basically I can’t stop thinking about the fact that millions of people, real people, are dying or will die because of something that is completely unavoidable,” he recently announced on his YouTube channel.

  75. incoherent rambler

    Stairway To Heaven – For some.

    For others – Highway to Hell.

  76. Leigh Lowe

    And you are noticing them.

    The omnipotent all-seeing C.W. knows exactly what we are noticing or not noticing from thousands of kilometres away.
    Or are they just the fevered dreams of what he would like to believe?

  77. Struth

    Denialists……..Boo …..I’m in your heads precisely because you know I’m right and you don’t want to hear it.
    I’ll tune in later to countenance your ongoing comments, nearly everyone being an attempt at sarcasm because it’s playing on your mind.

    Not the fact that it’s happening, you don’t seem to give a shit about your country it seems, but because your denialism is being exposed on some virtually anonymous blog, and your cowardly sarcasm doesn’t win against straight out truth.
    Like bloody school kids.
    You can’t let it go………….. and you won’t.
    So continue on, I’ll be back later to pull your bullshit apart again.

  78. notafan

    We all know that farmer Gez.

    They have nothing to do with struth’s hysterical panic mongering.

    Borders, limitations on the number of workers in distribution centres etc.

    While Dan Andrews pet projects roll out unimpeded.

    This is covid theatre to get vehicles off the road so it was easier to police us.

    Nothing else.

  79. notafan

    In the meantime elderly people offered only death pathway palliative care are called covid tragedies.

    It’s the highway to covid elimination, come hell or high water for Dan Hitler.

  80. MemoryFault

    I believe this is very shortly coming to QLD as well.

    Good morning Struth.
    I doubt the election here in QLD will be delayed. They are not until the end of October, and if you look at the delays elsewhere (eg NZ) everything is back on track by then. So whatever is going to happen, and I don’t know what it is, but it would appear it is going to happen sometime between the start of September and and early October.

  81. Eyrie

    I wonder what Tony Abbott would have done had he been prime minister.

    Jellyfished like the current spineless, clueless moron.

  82. C.L.

    If a picture of Bill Clinton getting a shoulder rub in an airport by a 22 year-old self-described massage therapist is the best the Daily Mail can do, that’s the end of yet another idiotic sexual conspiracy theory.

  83. Leigh Lowe

    I know Struth over eggs the pudding …

    I would over egg my pudding if I could, but we are restricted to 50 grams of powdered egg per day.
    It is the over-egging based on almost zero knowledge of the subject at hand* which is the issue I was taking up.
    How many people are now scrolling through his Soshul Meeja posts saying “Oh yeah, C.W. The one who said the cupboard would be bare a week ago. And all those other ranty failed predictions”?
    There is plenty of stuff to complain about without making ridiculous predictions to be heard above all the other prophets of doom.

  84. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    a genuine real world problem

    Never fear, Noops. The ALPBC has recommenced furiously hyperventilating about the over three decades old non existent problem that is catastrophic human induced climate change (hosted by a domestic violence denier and government comedian).

  85. Leigh Lowe

    Faulty.
    Welcome back, dude.
    Any chance we will see those Big Websites (plural) soon?

    . So whatever is going to happen, and I don’t know what it is, but it would appear it is going to happen sometime between the start of September and and early October.

    Or, perhaps these gentlemen can clarify.

  86. Farmer Gez

    notafan
    #3551954, posted on August 19, 2020 at 9:09 am
    We all know that farmer Gez.

    That’s good but the details are very concerning and you learn something new every day.

    ABC regional news interviewed DPM Michael McCormack about the harvest issue and he clearly defined how much power and influence the Chief Medical Officers had in the restrictions and their efforts to make them understand the impact on farming and rural life at the borders.

    I had previously thought the premiers were solely to blame. It seems that unelected, narrow focussed medicos have to be cajoled into allowing food to be efficiently harvested. It’s a very sick country but not from Covid.

  87. Mother Lode

    ‘Cops searching for man of Aboriginal appearance carrying golf club.’

    Considering who you see calling themselves Aboriginal, ‘Aboriginal appearance’ could be a pasty white ranga with porthole earrings.

  88. Top Ender

    One flushed out. This fake veteran claims to have been awarded the Victoria Cross. They must be a bit sleepy in Narrabri not to have noticed that rather obvious clanger:

    It is unusual for a person to have survived as a fake Vietnam Veteran for forty years. Ian Douglas Blair, has maintained that charade in the town of Narrabri, in regional NSW for that long. The longer the charade, the harder the fall, and forty years ensures a very loud “thud”, when the six thousand people of Narrabri learn of his deceit

    Scroll down here for the details.

  89. Nob

    The “Trump killed my father” clip is being shown on every UK news program in their brief segment on the Dem convention or whatever it is.

    It’s pathetic.

    It’s she referring to herself as “brown”?
    I’ve seen browner Norwegians.

  90. Mother Lode

    This is very hard to read…..it is disturbing, disgusting and unsurprising. it is about the sexual revolution and children in Germany in the 60’sand 70’s.

    The sexualisation of children (but not p3d0philia) figured in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.

    Also an agonisingly shallow and incurious elite class, an emphasis on rote learning orthodoxy, the dissolution of the family, sexuality detached from emotion or commitment, the extinction of individuality by complete immersion into the collective, and an unassailable conviction that their society was perfect.

    And aren’t our elites convinced that they are delivering the perfect world with the points above?

  91. Old School Conservative

    “People living in NSW they have NSW hospitals. In Queensland we have Queensland hospitals for our people.”

    Here is the crux of the problem. The populace is constantly exhorted to “stay together by staying apart” because “we are all in this together” yet the top politicians are doing the exact opposite.
    Banning Australians from Australian hospitals is authoritarian and dictatorial.
    The moral imperative to treat Australians should outweigh State loyalties.
    The financial facts of Federal funding for State hospitals should be enough of a motivator for State hospitals to treat all Australians.

  92. MemoryFault

    test 1

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