Open Forum: April 3, 2021

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  1. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Sounds like Fauxfacts and the MSM are going for Brereton-By-Proxy against RS.

    And then the swivel chair hussars will sit and write memo’s to each other about why applications for selection for Special Air Service Regiment and Commandos have dropped to virtually zero….

  2. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    While the Coalition’s share of women voters remained steady at 41 per cent over the quarter, male support fell from 44 to 41 per cent

    OK, I now identify as a man.

  3. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    On the jab, my sister had the AZ about 2 wks ago. Since then she has had a bad headache every day. She is due to see her doctor on Friday.

  4. Mark from Melbourne says:

    Thanks for the advice Mark.

    You do make me LOL, that I will have to say.

    Looking forward to catching up on Friday.

  5. JC says:

    Me too. See you then

  6. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Basketball news, from the Hun:

    ‘Basketball star Liz Cambage has joked she could be making a fortune with an OnlyFans account. The Opals powerhouse has sizzled recently in photo shoots for Rihanna’s lingerie line Savage x Fenty.’

    Doubt it.

    Cambage is six foot eight, a solid 3 and probably a dude.

  7. Dave in Marybrook says:

    The end of vintage is in sight.
    At least, will be for anyone still in Margaret River. Great Southern… not so much.
    Hows about a May Cat meet in McGowan’s city?

  8. Zyconoclast says:

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  9. Nick says:

    Basketball star Liz Cambage has joked she could be making a fortune with an OnlyFans account.

    She’s a heifer. With the price of rump steak these days, she’s sitting on a fortune

  10. Well, I think we have found our rallying cry – “Get out, Nazi! Get out!”
    From the Polish Priest in Canadia…

  11. Tailgunner says:

    six foot eight, a solid 3 and probably a dude.
    Some weirdos will be into that kinda thing

  12. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Some weirdos will be into that kinda thing’

    Carnies, and circus folk.

    Diabetics. Amputees.

  13. kaysee says:

    Pastor kicked Calgary cops from church in viral video: Artur Pawlowski Interview

    Artur Pawlowski describes himself as a small city pastor who does not even have a secretary to help him.

    Like others, I have been troubled by what is happening in my beloved Catholic Church where, instead of Peter leading his flock, we have Peroncis who has abandoned the Church. It is the ordinary, humble pastors who are proving themselves to be the true shepherds of the church. And they are our hope.

    Fr. Sergio Muñoz Fita, pastor of St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert, Arizona, said during his April 1 homily “I ask for forgiveness for having left you without the Eucharist for many weeks last year.”

    “Many of you, in the most difficult moments of the pandemic, turned to your father for bread, and we gave you a stone. We failed you by denying you the only Food that could sustain your hope. We abandoned you when we should have been closest to you. For this, at this holy Mass, I ask your forgiveness,” he said.

    The apology (3 minutes – ends at 1:14:30)

  14. Zyconoclast says:

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    Replying to
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  15. kaysee says:

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  17. Top Ender says:

    So what’s happened to Lame Pix these days?

  18. custard says:

    Hows about a May Cat meet in McGowan’s city?

    I’m in !

  19. MatrixTransform says:

    I’m cancelling my membership tomorrow

    use a registered letter

    then they’ll tell you that if you ever want to join again, that you’ll have to pay all the back dues.

    then you tell them to fuck off

  20. Infidel Tiger says:

    Basketball news, from the Hun:

    ‘Basketball star Liz Cambage has joked she could be making a fortune with an OnlyFans account. The Opals powerhouse has sizzled recently in photo shoots for Rihanna’s lingerie line Savage x Fenty.’

    Doubt it.

    Cambage is six foot eight, a solid 3 and probably a dude.

    Who knows? Lots of people spend a fortune to look at the Grand Canyon. She might be right.

    Speaking of Only Fans it’s staggering how many women are prepared to prostitute themselves.

  21. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    So what’s happened to Lame Pix these days?

    Always did enjoy Lame Pics!

  22. Nick says:

    Speaking of Only Fans it’s staggering how many women are prepared to prostitute themselves.

    85 million accounts…. 85 million.

  23. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Oh shit.

    Double amputees, I meant. Only double amputees or better may find Liz Cambage attractive enough to pay to see it without basketball knickers on.

    Along with circus folk. And Brisbane shut-ins.

    Sorry Delta. I know you’re reading this.

  24. The Barking Toad says:

    Who’s Lisa Cumbags?

    Never heard of it.

  25. thefrollickingmole says:

    My sainted father revealed to me the numerical system used during his teenage years to sum up nights out with a girl.

    From 1-10.

    I also found out a finger stall is not just a bit of medical gear but also refers to the back rows of a cinema.
    I thought you oldies were supposed to be all innocent and stuff.

  26. JC says:

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:
    April 7, 2021 at 9:34 pm
    So what’s happened to Lame Pix these days?

    Always did enjoy Lame Pics!

    Yep, we know. You say the same thing every single night.

  27. jupes says:

    Hows about a May Cat meet in McGowan’s city?

    I’m in.

  28. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    I thought you oldies were supposed to be all innocent and stuff.

    Young couple in Perth, quite a few years ago, had an elderly relative, who had passed away. She was worth a great deal of money, but she lived behind closed doors, and never spoke about her financial affairs.
    It emerged that she had been the madam of a very exclusive, and high class brothel, in Sydney, during the Second World War……

  29. Delta A says:

    Sorry Delta. I know you’re reading this.

    Sob!

    Nah, just kidding.

  30. Zyconoclast says:

    Basketball star Liz Cambage has joked she could be making a fortune with an OnlyFans account. The Opals powerhouse has sizzled recently in photo shoots for Rihanna’s lingerie line Savage x Fenty.’

    Doubt it.

    Cambage is six foot eight, a solid 3 and probably a dude.

    Option 1

    And

    Option 2

  31. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Option 1

    And

    Option 2’

    Like putting a bit of rouge on a T Rex.

  32. dover_beach says:

    CulturalHusbandry
    @APhilosophae
    Matt Gaetz’s father gets approached by an A.F Intel guy named Bob Kent, who tells him that his son is under pedo investigation and human trafficking, but it’ll all go away if the Gaetzes pony up $25m in cash to fund a “rescue” for Bob Levinson believed to be held captive in Iran

    I hinted at this yesterday. Go and read the thread. Barnes was outlining this in the most recent VivaBarnes.

  33. The Barking Toad says:

    finger stall

    Hahaha – never heard of that call before – but know exactly what you mean.

    The Fleas ‘n Itches and back row.

  34. Dot says:

    Remember “CASHMEOUTSIDE, HOWBOWDAT? girl, “Bhad Bhabie”?

    Turned 18, made one million USD in one day on Only Fans…then closed her account and retired.

  35. Dot says:

    Bob Kent and everyone involved in his blackmail scam should be unceremoniously blown away with a 9 mm jammed under their jaw.

    What utter scum. They should be buried without a marker and be made damnation memoriae.

  36. dover_beach says:

    No, no, no, dot. Monty says these accusations are legit. He sees nothing nefarious in the details here. Nothing.

  37. Dot says:

    Get off Signal. Full of dayglo nibbas.

    Facebook started the very next day after DARPA’S LifeLog ended.

  38. Leigh Lowe says:

    Nick says:

    April 7, 2021 at 9:36 pm

    Speaking of Only Fans it’s staggering how many women are prepared to prostitute themselves.

    85 million accounts…. 85 million.

    And every chick on there is making thousands a day.
    Fo’ reals.

  39. Dot says:

    monty doesn’t eat a salad, shit, breathe, fart or brush his teeth without approval from a union or ALP luminary like John Setka or Stephen Conroy.

    He is the perfect man the Soviet Union wanted to create.

    If Monty’s superiors on the cathedral went silent, he would wander around aimlessly for a bit until he started a long, flatulent, hibernation period.

  40. Rex Anger says:

    He is the perfect man the Soviet Union wanted to create.

    Euurrrgh…

    *Revulsion Intensifies…*

  41. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    He is the perfect man the Soviet Union wanted to create.

    You mean the sort that declared their undying loyalty tp Comrade Stalin, even as he signed the orders for their executions?

  42. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Just in from leaning on the bar at the local.

    Despite my less than stellar record as a chaser bin driver at the last harvest, I have been asked to pop out to the farm this week and see if I am interested in dragging something called a direct seeder behind a tractor when the sowing season starts in a couple of weeks time.

    Going for a look and maybe a tryout. Some of these grizzled old farmers are unbelievably trusting with million dollar machinery. I hope their insurance is up to speed.

    Another entry in the CV and a step closer to qualifying for a nice wide brim Akubra if I take the job on.

  43. Rex Anger says:

    Just make sure there’s enough product go in the ground to give me something to haul come Harvest time, Pedro…

  44. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    I have been asked to pop out to the farm this week and see if I am interested in dragging something called a direct seeder behind a tractor when the sowing season starts in a couple of weeks time.

    Fairly non demanding, Pedro. All you need to do is keep an eye on the computer screen in the tractor cab, and try not to go to sleep.

  45. Infidel Tiger says:

    Another entry in the CV and a step closer to qualifying for a nice wide brim Akubra if I take the job on

    Akubras are now the lid of choice for the hipsters and pretty young things. They would t have sold this many since the 1950’s.

  46. min says:

    Son just been over with a leftover dose of AstraZeneca so I’ve had my jab.

  47. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Some of these grizzled old farmers are unbelievably trusting with million dollar machinery.

    Comes with the territory. They would be looking for someone who can, at least show they are prepared to learn.

  48. Leigh Lowe says:

    Pedro, they probably reckon if you can get half as much grain on the ground during sowing as you did at harvest, it will be a bumper year.

  49. dover_beach says:

    Australian Twitter’s hair is on fire because Chris Lilley is back. My God do these people hate normies.

  50. Infidel Tiger says:

    The only thing worse than Twitter are the politicians who think it represents the masses.

  51. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Fairly non demanding, Pedro.

    sez Zulu.

    Yeah, yeah. I heard all this last year. “Dead easy Pedro, just line up with header, no sweat”.

    Covered in flies and wheat dust, itching in places I had forgotten existed, filthy, sunburnt and exhausted every day.

    Jeez, it was fun, and an excuse to eat my bodyweight in BBQ chops and drink free beer every afternoon.

    Might give it a go. 🙂

  52. Zyconoclast says:

    The SPARS Pandemic Of 2025: Echo Chambers And Vaccine Opposition

    In 2017, the Johns Hopkins Center of Health Security ran a simulation of a coronavirus pandemic known as SPARS. What can we learn from this exercise?

    In the months since SARS-CoV-2 was declared a pandemic, researchers and journalists have spent countless hours searching for relevant information that might shed some light on the origins of what has come to be known as COVID-19. This research has led some to a number of simulations and exercises which “war gamed” a potential viral outbreak and asked how the people and institutions of the world would respond.

    As TLAV has extensively documented, the pandemic exercises are numerous. The most well-known simulation is likely Event 201, a high-level pandemic exercise organized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation partnered with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the World Economic Forum on October 18, 2019. Event 201 simulated how the world would respond to a fictional coronavirus pandemic known as CAPS which swept around the planet. The simulation imagined 65 million people dying, mass lock downs, quarantines, censorship of alternative viewpoints under the guise of fighting “disinformation,” and even floated the idea of arresting people who question the pandemic narrative.

    Another exercise known as Crimson Contagion simulated an outbreak of a respiratory virus originating from China. From August 13 to August 16, 2019, Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), headed by Alex Azar, partnered with numerous national, state, and local organizations for the exercise. According to the results of the October 2019 draft report, the spread of the novel avian influenza (H7N9) resulted in 110 million infected Americans, 7.7 million hospitalizations, and 586,000 deaths.

    Another simulation known as Clade X took place on May 2018. This event examined the response to a pandemic resulting from the release of a fictional virus known as Clade X. In the simulation, the virus was released by a terror group called A Brighter Dawn. As the outbreak spread through the United States, the participants asked what would be needed if the President issued a federal quarantine, noting that authorities would need to “Determine (the) level of force authorized to maintain quarantine.” The Clade X exercise also resulted in the federal government nationalizing the healthcare system.

    A lesser known exercise involving the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security took place in 2017. This exercise also involved a coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world between 2025 and 2028. While the exercise has received very little press, the details and findings of the simulation are extremely relevant to COVID-19.

  53. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    San Francisco’s school board has reversed its decision to rename 44 schools that were named after ‘controversial’ historic figures including American presidents Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.

    Why don’t they just name the schools “Education Centers 1” “2′, “3” and so on?

  54. dover_beach says:

    The only thing worse than Twitter are the politicians who think it represents the masses.

    Yep. Barnes and Baris we’re talking about the latter’s recent polling on issues like election integrity, trans in sports and the like, and he was saying that its 2/3rds or greater support for voter ID, biological men not being allowed to play in women’s sports or receive women’s scholarships. Which means that Coca Cola, Delta, et al. are being lied to about the public support for the opposite, or there is considerable Democratic pressure coming to bear on them. Probably a combo of both. Same probably goes for Kirsti and Asa which have effectively ended their political careers beyond their current terms.

  55. dover_beach says:

    were!

  56. dover_beach says:

    Jack Posobiec
    @JackPosobiec
    ·
    1h
    There was an active shooter shooting troops at Ft Detrick yesterday and the media immediately stopped taking about it

    Anyone know what this is about?

  57. Fat Tony says:

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:
    April 7, 2021 at 11:05 pm
    San Francisco’s school board has reversed its decision to rename 44 schools that were named after ‘controversial’ historic figures including American presidents Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.
    Why don’t they just name the schools “Education Centers 1” “2′, “3” and so on?

    Obviously because they’re not proper “education centres” – “indoctrination centres” may be more appropriate….

  58. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Yeah, yeah. I heard all this last year. “Dead easy Pedro, just line up with header, no sweat”.

    Pedro, there is a small but aggressive mentality that believes that “any bloody fool can work on a farm.” It’s that sort of mentality that can’t be bothered doing the basic maintenance, and wonders why the boss gets cranky at a forty thousand dollar bill for machinery repairs.

  59. Leigh Lowe says:

    Infidel Tiger says:

    April 7, 2021 at 11:02 pm

    The only thing worse than Twitter are the politicians who think it represents the masses.

    It is the modern version of the old radio or tv vox pop trick.
    You see four or five talking heads on the news all saying the same thing.
    “Shit! That’s what everyone thinks!”
    What you don’t see are the twenty or thirty rejected grabs which didn’t match the line being pushed.

  60. Rex Mango says:

    Pedro, forget Akubras, Stetsons are far better quality (felt is way thicker). You want the one Robert Duvall wears in Apocalypse Now. Then you can be Pedro the Destroyer to Ride of the Valkyries atop the seeder.

  61. Rex Mango says:

    Pedro, here is pretty close to what you need ($US 249) – you can buy the crossed sabre badge easy enough:

    https://www.cavhooah.com/collections/cavalry-hats/products/cavalry-hat-ii-by-stetson-big-brim

  62. Cold-Hands says:

    Jack Posobiec
    @JackPosobiec
    ·
    1h
    There was an active shooter shooting troops at Ft Detrick yesterday and the media immediately stopped taking about it

    Anyone know what this is about?

    Shooter Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet was killed after he shot & wounded 2 sailors. Because he couldn’t be shoe-horned into driving someone’s agenda, it’s been ignored.

  63. Pedro the Loafer says:

    To be serious for a moment, Zulu. I spent a lot of years around multi million dollar machinery in the mining game and I am very aware of the need for routine careful maintenance and steady and easy use of expensive gear.

    The big difference in many of the big mining companies and your local farmer is that the miner can write off ten million dollar losses with a day’s production, the farmer goes into crippling debt.

    Despite my light hearted descriptions of my apprentice farm work, I did take it seriously knowing that any of my fuckups come out of my mate’s pocket.

  64. John of Mel says:

    There was an active shooter shooting troops at Ft Detrick yesterday and the media immediately stopped taking about it

    No wonder they stopped. The shooter’s name is Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet.

  65. Dave in Marybrook says:

    Had an Akubra for a little less than a year.
    Schmicko when new- rain beaded off, stayed on in the winter gales, warm and lovely for lamb walks in the gloaming, nice and wide for the low-angle winter sun (Bronco- ten gallon). Too hot for me noggin in steamy times, but hey, so’s everything else.
    Now- looking stuffed. Brim collapsed, cracks opening up on folds. If it cost me 60c a day… considering another. Danno the Dog can have the old one for training purposes.

  66. Leigh Lowe says:

    Rex Mango says:

    April 7, 2021 at 11:26 pm

    Pedro, here is pretty close to what you need ($US 249) – you can buy the crossed sabre badge easy enough:

    Just like the one Admiral Custer wore at the Alamo.

  67. Rex Mango says:

    LL, yes think you correct. Amazing the way same dumb ideas flow around the world to be adopted by almost every country in turn, due media/twitter etc. In past it was newspapers, but now politicians held hostage by twenty something year old media savvy graduates who follow twitter. Great politicians are ones who understand/talk to people & can smell out snake oil & talk to forgotten folk/silent majority. Latham right now good at that.

  68. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Good lord Rex.
    I know you roar through the countryside on your loco, yahooing and waving at the peasants waiting at the rail crossing, but to us sons of the soil, wearing that cowboy Stetson would bring endless mirth and ridicule.

    We aspire to the king of elegant countryman Akubras, the Cattleman.

  69. Rex Mango says:

    Pedro, what is your hat size?

  70. Rex Mango says:

    Pedro, do you also own a pair of longhorn jeans to go with your country squire ensemble?

  71. Fat Tony says:

    Leigh Lowe – thanks for that info on Ralph Sarich a few weeks back

  72. Rex Mango says:

    Pedro, when next you at the local, nothing would quite draw attention as a set of these spurs:

    https://www.cavhooah.com/collections/spurs-straps/products/model-1885-solid-brass-combat-spurs

  73. Dave in Marybrook says:

    What we need is the Stetson “Lemmy”
    Jewelry available from Red Dot

  74. Adrien says:

    My God do these people hate normies.

    And what the fuck dear Dover is a normie? If you think that a ‘normie’is someone who is a cross section of the ‘opinions’ expressed here then you haven’t gotten out for the last 3000 years. 🙂

  75. Rex Mango says:

    Over past 3,000 years, think things peaked round 1962 before Kennedy got assassinated & the Beatles. Pretty much downhill since then.

  76. Pedro the Loafer says:

    The local isn’t a gay bar, Rex. Spurs not allowed. This is wheat and canola country.

    Chaser bin driver ensemble is the flanno, stubbies, footy socks and Blundstones.

    Moving up to seeder operator may require the addition of a blue singlet I fear.

  77. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Pedro, do you also own a pair of longhorn jeans ?

    *blushes* Yep. But I promise I don’t iron them. 🙂

  78. Rex Mango says:

    Pedro, can’t find clip of Jackie Howe, but here is how to wear a singlet:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLxUYa47OXE

  79. Dave in Marybrook says:

    Righto Rex, Pedro, Lemmy from Motorhead, get your thinking hats on
    We need a speakeasy for West Coast Cat booze-up, with good transport links and bare-armed serving girls.
    NOT Crown

  80. Rex Mango says:

    Just found this & worth listening to full 4min, Ted Egan doing Jackie Howe the Warwick Gun:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUy6fcZILVU

  81. Rex Mango says:

    Dave IM, unfortunately am in Sydney, but well acquainted with the boozers here. Now in other breaking news it seems Greenland has voted against the party who wants to mine rare earth metals.

  82. Pedro the Loafer says:

    We need a speakeasy for West Coast Cat booze-up, with good transport links and bare-armed serving girls.

    sez Dave.

    I highly recommend the Paynes Find Roadhouse.

    Great steak sangers, cold beer, about ten million acres to roll out your swag when the pub closes and the after closing time woobler runs out.

    Only about 400km north of Perth.

  83. Rex Mango says:

    Ok, this clip really good & can’t believe in 3 years it has only had 59 views:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-3bCen24h8

  84. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Looks like all the T’Othersiders have gone to bed.
    ‘Night Sandgropers.

  85. Yeah, yeah. I heard all this last year. “Dead easy Pedro, just line up with header, no sweat”.

    Planting/sowing (choose your district’s ungrammatic Australian vernacular for ‘seeding’) has nowhere near the camaraderie of harvest, & likewise nowhere near the morale, & nowhere near the ‘meshed gears’ feel of working together.

    It’s more a feeling of urgent isolation, or isolated anxious urgency.
    & nowhere near the manpower either on the farm or in the district.

    Likely this is due to the uncertainty of the outcome of the labours, both financially & yieldwise. (not always the same thing)

    Harvest, yer rippin’ into a job where everybody knows the outcome & the boss has a working knowledge of how it’ll pan out.

    Sowing, there’s a chance yer’ll be doing it all again in a few weeks coz of a poor strike or lack of follow up moisture, etc etc

    All the best to you Pedro – I’m jealous.

  86. Adrien says:

    Pretty much downhill since then.
    Yep the Beatles’ White Album? What a travesty.. and the moon landing and, like the internet where dickheads can complain about how the world went downhill before all the dickheads could complain about the world going downhill…

    Well, apart from The White Album being a great record they might have a point.

  87. Mother Lode says:

    The only thing worse than Twitter are the politicians who think it represents the masses.

    They had already fallen for the near-sighted fancy that the ABC was the voice of the people. Blindly snuffling their way following Twatter’s droppings is the next stage of a misguided evolution.

  88. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, the world has indeed gone downhill. The Beatles were not Mozart. The SR71 last flew around twenty years ago. We got to the Moon more than fifty years ago. Yes, the internet is nice in the same way porn is not sex.

  89. dover_beach says:

    And what the fuck dear Dover is a normie? If you think that a ‘normie’is someone who is a cross section of the ‘opinions’ expressed here then you haven’t gotten out for the last 3000 years.

    A normie is not the set of persons I identify as setting their hair on fire because Chris Lilley got another gig at the ABC.

  90. mh says:

    So much confusion out there with healthy teens being brainwashed into thinking they should get vaxxed.

    A teenager named Wyatt McGlaun from The Woodlands, a suburb of Houston, Texas, has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome just weeks after receiving his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Describing why he decided to take the shot, McGlaun said, “I wanted to get the vaccine. I felt it was the right thing to do. I wanted to travel and enjoy my last summer before college.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZDZfhUQ1kw

  91. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, what is the greatest structure ever built?

    “Centre Point Tower”

    But surely the Eiffel Tower is taller, so must be better?

    “You haven’t gotten out for the last 3000 years”

  92. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, at the heat death of the Solar System, what do you think will be the last human structure to remain?

    “Suncorp Stadium’

    Have you heard of the Great Pyramid of Cheops?

    “You haven’t gotten out for the last 3000 years”

  93. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, it might be funny/easy to think about a world 3,000 years ago inhabited by stupid people, but they were your ancestors & this very lazy thinking. Humans haven’t evolved so quickly that we can say our parents were morons and we are not. To call your ancestors stupid/racist/dumb is to do the same to yourself.

  94. Adrien says:

    A normie is not the set of persons I identify as setting their hair on fire because Chris Lilley got another gig at the ABC.

    Wow! That’s so relevant DB. Does that kinda rhetoric get you a pass at yer next Centrelink appointment?

  95. Adrien says:

    Have you heard of the Great Pyramid of Cheops?

    I lived next to it for 5 years when I was a kid.

  96. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, you reckon the 1950’s generation more racist than nowadays?

  97. dover_beach says:

    Wow! That’s so relevant DB. Does that kinda rhetoric get you a pass at yer next Centrelink appointment?

    Why are you spazzing out, Adrien? Given that my comment was related to Chris Lilley trending on Oz Twitter and the comments he was attracting it was entirely relevant. You just have to read their comments to recogniz their hatred of normies.

  98. Adrien says:

    Adrien, it might be funny/easy to think about a world 3,000 years ago inhabited by stupid people, but they were your ancestors & this very lazy thinking.

    MMm yeah lazy thinking. 1. I was talking about the 196os. not the BCE 2580s 2 I was not syaing they were stupid, quite the contrary. 3. The great pyramid at Giza is 4 and a half thousnd years old and 4. get a fucking job!!!! 🙂

    Lazy thinking is preceded by lazy reading. Please refer to point 4. I suggest: McDonald’s toilet cleaner , KFC toilet cleaner Dubbo City Council toilet cleaner or Kingaroy City Council toilet.

    PS Do you know how to spell your name? PPS Do you know maths? PPPS If so? How many times did your mother drop you on your head when you where a baby?

  99. Adrien says:

    DB What is a normie? Your own defintion.

  100. Adrien says:

    And PS does it have any relelevence?

  101. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, ad hominem abuse is the best sign you are winning an argument.

  102. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, you ever considered coming on here during daylight hours to take on that other mass debater Numbers?

  103. Adrien says:

    Oh I missed this one.

    Adrien, at the heat death of the Solar System, what do you think will be the last human structure to remain?

    I don’t know what the word ‘heat’ means in that sentence. But in the event of the death of the solar system will the pyramids still be there? Is that whta yer askin’…..

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    It’s the new Zero Kelvin of stooid. You are so dumb that you can’t even see a Darwin award from where you are. Please, please, please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,please,

    PLEASE tell me you don’t have children and you are being sterilized soon.

  104. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, your argument is abuse, which means you are losing.

  105. Adrien says:

    Adrien, ad hominem abuse is the best sign you are winning an argument.

    That is not a thought. I know you think it’s a thought but it’s not.

  106. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, you know it’s true.

  107. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, are you male, or female?

  108. Adrien: DB is correct.
    Normal (or ‘well adjusted’) people do not chuck a major spazz attack upon learning that another season of a long-running somewhat dull (fictional) TV show will be produced & may appear on their TV screens.

  109. Adrien says:

    For example I’m not attacking your character. I don’t know that you have any. Or you motivations. I’m saying you have no idea what I’ve said.

    The Beatles were not Mozart.

    Um no they weren’t. So? And what does that have to do with the pyramids at Giza which look pretty fine (kinda, I mena they’re pretty basic) but ain’t nuttin’ compared to the temple at Luxor or St Peter’s Basilica or the Chrysler building and what does that have to do with your ‘character’ whose, um, character is only evidenced by laziness and stupidity.

    Oh! Lemme guess you learnt as hominem somewhere and you thought using a Latin term made you sound rily rilly smart. How disappointment! Well I’ll see yer Latin and raise you some German: Sheisskopf!!!

  110. Adrien says:

    Adrien, you know it’s true.

    I know what’s true?

  111. Adrien, how about you go away to brush up on your German language spelling?
    Toodle pip!

  112. Rex Mango says:

    SSDM, unfortunately DB still trapped in the Old Kingdom of Egypt & too busy loading masonry on to rafts to ferry them up the Nile to worry about the modern world.

  113. Adrien says:

    Normal (or ‘well adjusted’) people do not chuck a major spazz attack upon learning that another season of a long-running somewhat dull (fictional) TV show will be produced & may appear on their TV screens.

    I agree. But I think there’s mre to the term ‘normie’ than that? Anyway obviously I’m staring a spazz outta context. I don’t watch TV and have no idea who this Chris person is.

  114. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, you know that it is true when using an ad hominem argument you are losing. Perhaps I was wrong. Are you a girl, or a boy, or do you identify as one of those genders?

  115. Adrien says:

    Adrien, are you male, or female?

    As far as you’re concerned it doesn’t matter. I’m not interested. For your true soul mate I suggest looking here – https://nextlevelloves.com/

    🙂

  116. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, what more excites you in visual form? A naked Pauline Hanson, or Kevin Rudd?

  117. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, have you ever heard of the porn star Sarah H. Young?

  118. Adrien says:

    Adrien, you know that it is true when using an ad hominem argument

    True. But I’m not using one. You have not addressed or even accurately read a single one of my statements.

    you are losing.

    And Donald Trump is the 19th president of the USA and the Earth is flat….

    Perhaps I was wrong.

    Perhaps you need to move to Kingaroy and start cleaning them toilets.

    Are you a girl, or a boy, or do you identify as one of those genders?

    I’m neither. Can you guess? (This’ll be fun.)

  119. I think there’s mre to the term ‘normie’ than that?

    No, there is not.
    DB was correct.

  120. Adrien says:

    Adrien, what more excites you in visual form? A naked Pauline Hanson, or Kevin Rudd?

    Dude! Eeeeeeewwwwww!!!

    Adrien, have you ever heard of the porn star Sarah H. Young?

    So that where the Greens get their funding from. 🙂

  121. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, you may be boy/girl/either, but English ain’t your first language.

  122. Adrien says:

    Oh and by the way Mr Culture what;s your favourite Mozart symphony?

  123. Adrien, you may be boy/girl/either, but English ain’t your first language.

    Rex, we are in the presence of a speaker of …Shit.
    A native speaker at that!

  124. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, how do you politely ask a man in English to follow you down some lane way?

  125. Adrien says:

    Adrien, you may be boy/girl/either, but English ain’t your first language.

    And yet I write it soooooo much better’n you do. So c’arn Mozart you’re such an afficando what’s your favourite symphony?

  126. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, no fan of Mozart, I do the Rach’s #5 from memory & loud.

  127. Adrien says:

    Adrien, how do you politely ask a man in English to follow you down some lane way?

    I’m sorry. Why don’t you tell me?

  128. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, your English is average & you write like a girl.

  129. Adrien says:

    Adrien, no fan of Mozart,
    And don’t you wanna know if I’m a

    Boy or a girl, and

    are willing to follow you into an alley?

  130. Adrien says:

    Oh sorry. Viz Mozart

    I don’t think you know Mozart’s music or that of Rachmoninov. I think you strugg;e with Phil Collins and Milli Vanilli

  131. Rex Mango says:

    Adrien, not following you down any alleyways, you seem a weirdo. Gotta go to bed to keep the wheels of industry turning. Do keep up on the grammar classes.

  132. Adrien says:

    Adrien, your English is average & you write like a girl.

    Dude I’m drunk and I am effortlessly making a dickhead outta you and you are such a dickhead that you don’t gettit! Write like a girl? Like Emily Bronte or Hannah Arendt or Virginia Woolf? Well… I’m good but I ain’t that good.

  133. The Barking Toad says:

    Fuck me – another sock gets people sucked in

  134. Adrien says:

    Gotta go to bed to keep the wheels of industry turning.

    Yep those Kingaroy toilets need to keep operating. Open yer mouth wide. It’ll stop ye’s frem speekin’ at least a while.

    Do keep up on the grammar classes.

    Yep I wuz lookin’ up the meenins’of wit an’ ir’nee n’ such and then I came ‘cross the meanin’ of homophobic fuckwit! By the way dipshit I used to be a boy but that was decades ago now I’m a man. And you are a toilet in Kingaroy who follows people down alleyways and calls others creeps and quotes his’t’ree n’ shit without knowin’ one cen’tree fram a next one and….

    Just go on and try and wrap yer tiny mind around She’s An Easy Lover and then order yourself a sex doll a from Japan/

  135. The Barking Toad says:

    Thanks Tom. Leak nails it again.

  136. Rockdoctor says:

    Now in other breaking news it seems Greenland has voted against the party who wants to mine rare earth metals.

    Been watching this. Now here’s one for investigative Journos, if there are any left. Who also has the most to gain by collapsing the price of established companies about to start production. Every news article I have read across the spectrum on the place has mentioned Chinese moves, could be unsubstantiated, may not be. There’s always 3 sides to a story and some moves like collapsing share prices for a cheap take over seem or monopolising comodities to be a reoccurring story when these guys are involved…

  137. Crossie says:

    Thanks Tom, Broelman is good too. Love the reversed NZ map.

  138. feelthebern says:

    The CDC audit of 2020 deaths will get zero coverage.
    When the even the CDC drops the death rate from COVID, you know there’s a problem with the horse shit stats.

  139. feelthebern says:

    Fork in the road time for SCOTUS.
    Will a executive order on guns hold up or not.

  140. feelthebern says:

    an.
    not a.

  141. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Margolis!

  142. Dot says:

    What’s a normie?

    Boomers gonna boom.

    Say it ain’t so, Adrien.

    “Oh God.”

    ☺️😂

  143. Dot says:

    A pretty young than with an Akubra, yes, but a hipster? Yuck.

    “That rabbit wasn’t local nor was it ethically trapped…also I am sure the founder of Akubra was a racist who owned indentured Aboriginal servants…”

    Hope it worked. Words are magic spells.

  144. Knuckle Dragger says:

    The attempted drive-by flour bomber at 11.47:

    ‘And what the fuck dear Dover is a normie? If you think that a ‘normie’is someone who is a cross section of the ‘opinions’ expressed here then you haven’t gotten out for the last 3000 years.’

    Another one more inherently brilliant than all others assembled. Everyone is stupid except me. Lived next to a pyramid* once so I have credibility, and I have an opinion on classical music.

    Hope this one sticks around. They hate parody.

    *Unless it’s Ron Swanson’s Pyramid of Greatness, I don’t care.

  145. Dot says:

    Who would pay to read this utter shite?

    From excrement central:

    The End of the Girlboss Is Here

    The girlboss didn’t change the system; she thrived within it. Now that system is cracking, and so is this icon of millennial hustle.

    The girlboss was the millennial embodiment of unapologetic ambition. Her greatest pleasure was success; being underestimated only motivated her to trounce her doubters. She’s Election’s Tracy Flick at 30 with nicer clothes. (“Some people say I’m an overachiever, but I think they’re just jealous.”) She’s Emily Weiss getting 11 nos from male venture capitalists before her first yes to launch Glossier. To the girlboss, Yahoo exec Marissa Mayer’s 130-hour work week was an aspirational metric. #Riseandgrind workaholism was part of a girlboss’s DNA.

    130 hours a week and she still fucked up? Get a new hero, kid.

    There was no money in what I wanted to do, which was feminist organizing, building an inclusive and accessible event that would provide networking opportunities to a diverse community of writers. I couldn’t find any organization that would pay me to do this. (I even applied for a community manager position at The Wing but didn’t get an interview.) Demoralized, burnt out, on antidepressants, and $8,000 in debt, I resigned in 2017.

    LOL

    What a ridiculous grifter.

  146. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Look, I know that ‘Adrien’ is an early version of ‘Jaxxon’ or ‘Mercedes’ as a child’s name given them by parents in an effort to indicate specialness, but all I think of when I hear that name is Rocky calling out his girlfriend’s name post-fight in the original.

  147. Dot says:

    KD

    Decorum please.

    Adrien “Norm MacDonald” Normiesson was farnarkling here when you were a VikPlod Pepe Tadpole.

  148. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Decorum please.’

    Yeah well, I know some some German too. And my favourite classical piece is the Racket.

    Brahms’ Third Racket (h/t Basil Fawlty).

  149. Dot says:

    I fear the end of the Girl Boss con into making women worker drones is an empty egg carton, boxed wine, cats, anti depressants and repressed memories of every man not wanting to marry you now, being an abuser.

  150. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Barenaked Ladies and Linkin Park counts as classical, right?

  151. Dot says:

    If only Smash Mouth are included too.

    Shame on those who think poorly of it.

    I’m a believer.

    All Star for Nothing

  152. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘By the way dipshit I used to be a boy but that was decades ago now I’m a man. And you are a toilet in Kingaroy who follows people down alleyways and calls others creeps and quotes his’t’ree n’ shit without knowin’ one cen’tree fram a next one and….

    ‘Just go on and try and wrap yer tiny mind around She’s An Easy Lover and then order yourself a sex doll a from Japan/’

    REPORT THIS AD.

  153. Dot says:

    Why is there a black guy who sounds like a woman in Easy Lover?

  154. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Yep those Kingaroy toilets need to keep operating.”

    Methinks Adrien is showing his age.

  155. Carpe Jugulum says:

    There was no money in what I wanted to do, which was feminist organizing, building an inclusive and accessible event that would provide networking opportunities to a diverse community of writers

    There was the problem, she was trying to sell something no one wanted to buy and she was a drooling cretin with an entitlement complex

  156. Dot says:

    It read like she regretted being too slow to corner the market with bullshit like poundmetoo and mytimesupasaleadinglady.

  157. Dot says:

    That Saagar Enjeti idiot thinks Dan Crenshaw is totally wrong in being opposed to stimmy *checks”.

    The fact is leftists like Enjeti want communism, but they want to keep their Dacha.

    *The story of the kid who couldn’t afford a bus fare to an interview…*

    Have you heard of walking?

  158. Entropy says:

    There was no money in what I wanted to do, which was feminist organizing, building an inclusive and accessible event that would provide networking opportunities to a diverse community of writers

    Is this a parody?

    It reminds me of a character in Superstore, trying it build a YouTube business that did barbecue cooking demonstrations, where his unique trick was to do it in real time. He had nine subscribers.

  159. Top Ender says:

    In the inverted bizarro world of the Outback:

    Royalties blown on $5k cards
    NATASHA EMECK

    CASHED-UP itinerants have been spotted playing $5000 a hand card games by Larrakia Nation patrols after remote residents visiting Darwin recently each cashed in on up to $150,000 in royalties.

    Larrakia patrollers saw a massive 60 per cent spike in alcohol-related call-outs early this year, and things are now expected to get worse due to huge amounts of royalty back pay now flowing through.

    A Larrakia Nation spokesman said groups of cashed-up remote community residents were playing card games for $5000 a hand down around East Point and Bundilla Beach.

    “We saw one bloke bet the papers of a car worth about $60,000 during one of these card games,” he said.

    “This has been happening because there’s a lot of royalty money that’s recently been back paid that’s out there.

    “We’re talking about around 200 people being paid up to $150,000 each.

    “Unfortunately, this also means problems with people drinking and secondary supply around Darwin will likely get even worse.

    “We’ve had to help out a few people around town who have been targeted by opportunists who are trying to force others to withdraw this money to buy grog for themselves.”

    Chief Minister Michael Gunner said there had been a “significant increase” in the secondary supply of alcohol in Darwin. The spike has been attributed to the doubling of Centrelink payments and early access to superannuation during COVID.

    “Police have been picking up alcohol that’s being sold, and it’s been cold,” Mr Gunner said. “So that’s obviously come from somewhere.

    “Police have been doing a lot of targeted working around secondary supply, and they’re doing a lot of work preparing for what might be a part of that change in that money playing out.”

    NT Police Superintendent Daniel Shean said police from the Darwin and Social Order Division regularly target secondary supply.

    He said this included operations specifically focused on secondary supply.

    Larrakia Nation patrols have also reported a big increase in home-brew-related call-outs around Darwin.

    “There are a lot more people drinking home-brew or ‘jungle juice’ at the moment,” the spokesman said.

    “Chroming is getting very bad; I’ve never seen it this bad.

    “People are mainly using aerosols, but we’ve also seen a rise in people using the chemicals in hair dye kits to get high.

    “We recently found about six of those kits in parks.”

    It comes after an NT News investigation revealed the extra money provided to help people through the pandemic had seen a surge in alcohol and drug consumption, as well as gambling.

  160. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘There was no money in what I wanted to do, which was feminist organizing’

    I wanted to be gently massaged by Scandi water polo chicks whilst watching endless reruns of World Series Cricket, from seasons 1983/84 to 2004/05.

    There’s no money in it.

  161. Dot says:

    Water polo chix are not gentle.

  162. Rex Anger says:

    @ Pedro-

    Good lord Rex.
    I know you roar through the countryside on your loco, yahooing and waving at the peasants waiting at the rail crossing, to us sons of the soil, wearing that cowboy Stetson would bring endless mirth and ridicule.

    We aspire to the king of elegant countryman Akubras, the Cattleman.

    Wrong Rex, I’m afraid.

    I’m not even sure a Stetson would fit thru the cab door, let alone be a practical piece of headgear.

    I’m more partial to cloth caps in the cooler months. And the conveniently natty kepi I’m obliged to wear between October and April. It sits well under a hard-hat, and I can bring the flaps under my chin to protect against ballast reflection (crueller than mere sunburn, as it hits all the paler and softer areas of the face and neck from below…).

  163. Dot says:

    This is good.

    Tim Pool: Biden no on vaxxports, Roe v Wade already bans them:

    The Beanie has more

  164. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Socialism continues its uninterrupted run of not working.

    Kim Jong-un Says North Korea Is in Its ‘Worst-Ever Situation’ (7 Apr)

    Kim Jong-un appeared to state North Korea is currently enduring the worst period of its history in a speech to members of his ruling Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) on Wednesday.

    Kim did not elaborate on what he was referring to when he said North Korea was in its “worst-ever” situation and, other than urging party leaders to address unspecified “shortcomings,” spoke much more optimistically than in other recent public statements, most notably in a tearful apology speech to the Korean people in October. The context of his remark was urging local Workers’ Party leaders to improve “people’s living standards,” suggesting that the situation which he lamented as historically poor was the nation’s economic one.

    Stalinist regimes don’t fess up like this usually, it’s normally all victorious victory and whatnot. So the situation in the country must be very bad for Mr Un to admit this in public.

  165. stackja says:

    Liberty Quote
    Of course, if enough welfare junkies band together behind their inalienable right to be spoon-fed by the rest of the country they can become a political force.
    — Anson Cameron

  166. stackja says:

    Bruce of Newcastle says:
    April 8, 2021 at 7:36 am

    Stalin asked for help when Adolph became unfriendly.

  167. calli says:

    Excellent Leak this morning. Sums up exactly where we’re at with tourism. No amount of money thrown at it will paper over the deep distrust these “Premiers” have sown.

    I have some Qlders stopping over here on their way to Sydney – even now they wonder if all will be well to return next week without instant border closure. Knee jerk reactions for political gain never end well.

    As long as the Feds keep the money spigot open, they’ll do as they please.

  168. calli says:

    Just watched an advertorial on Seven for Chris Lilley’s new podcast.

    Reflecting on his character Ja’mie. No wonder the wokerati are anxious. He is taking the mickey out of young men who think they’re female and expect to be taken seriously. And doing it very well, down to the hair flick and mincing.

    Can’t wait for a return of his Pacific Islander character. Blackface and all. Or has that been binned?

  169. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Min, I hope your son has been able to make a proper record of giving you your Astra-Zenica shot. It could be important at sometime to show you are vaccinated. I guess he’s medical and has some way of putting you down as ‘done’. Hope it all works well for you with few or no side effects. As you live in a retirement village it will be good to have a level of personal security if Covid should break out.

  170. Mater says:

    And what the fuck dear Dover is a normie?

    Wow. What a question. I’ll start:

    1. Someone who turns on the ABC, and says WTF?

    2. Someone who doesn’t label someone a NAZI because they disagree with them, and then immediately punch them in the face.

    3. Someone who doesn’t think it’s righteous to lie to people online to win an argument, simply because they are of a different political persuasion.

    4. Someone doesn’t want to see an innocent man rot in jail because they despise an organisation he belongs to.

    5. No one currently starring on Gogglebox.

    6. A person who believes in one person, one vote, for bono fide citizens.

    7. Someone who is dubious that men can give birth.

    8. Someone who doesn’t knit with wool dyed in menstrual blood (or knits with wool being fed directly from her vagina).

  171. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    As long as the Feds keep the money spigot open, they’ll do as they please.

    The slow vaccine roll-out is no help at all in stopping the lockdown mentality.

    I would expect this uncertainty will continue until all the over 50’s are vaccinated, those who want to be that is. We have to face it, it’s either vaccinate or open up and rely on natural herd immunity to take over, after the virus has had sufficient feeding. If no-one over 50 is an attractive food source for it, then it won’t go far (unless it manages to mutate into a form that finds ways to get round younger people’s much more robust immune systems – and it could!).

  172. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    It comes after an NT News investigation revealed the extra money provided to help people through the pandemic had seen a surge in alcohol and drug consumption, as well as gambling.

    Recognition in the Constitution, and a “voice” in Parliament will solve all problems, surely.

  173. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    7. Someone who is dubious that men can give birth.

    Puhleeze. Someone who knows for certain that no man ever gave birth from a uterus.

    If immoral medical specialists ever manage to graft a foetus onto a biological man’s abdomen and feed him hormones and take whatever child they extract from that abnormal situation and call it birth, then the statement still holds. That’s like growing an ear on the back of a mouse. Inadvisable. No uterus, no ‘giving’ birth. Having a uterus, being pregnant and having a baby? Guess what? You’re female, a woman not a man. Live with it, accept it, and stop taking male hormones to pretend you’re a man and which will badly affect your baby.

  174. JC says:

    Oh God. First thing in the morning and this imbecile is at it.

  175. Entropy says:

    Zulu, that is “recognition based on race in the constitution, and a race based voice in Parliament will solve all problems.”

  176. win says:

    Pat O’Shane .How was it that so many of her victims were able to turn up the day she got her AVO.

  177. Farmer Gez says:

    Kim Jong-un Says North Korea Is in Its ‘Worst-Ever Situation’ (7 Apr)

    Send Ginger-Megs over there to re-imagine a gender neutral, race equality, non binary future for them.

  178. win says:

    The Qld. border seems to be regulated by public holidays. Be warned ANZAC day is coming up travel is ill advised either side of the 25th.

  179. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Live with it, accept it, and stop taking male hormones to pretend you’re a man and which will badly affect your baby.

    Truly, this is absolute deliberate child abuse. In Victorian times there was a Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Children. We should start it up again to control these women pretending to be men, at least while they are inflicting damage on their unborn children. I’d like to take it further, this old fashioned ‘Protection Society’ restart, and stop people inflicting physical and psychological damage on children ex-utero as well regarding their sex. Stuff gender, it is a meaningless term in this debate. Human sexual differentiation into two clear sexes is the issue. Pictures of proud ‘celebrities’, so many of them, all competing with each other by showing off their ‘trans’ children make me feel physically sick at heart.

    We still have a Cat Protection Society, and the RSPCA, but nothing for children now.
    In the full wisdom of my 79th year I really want to hhrumph about that.

  180. mine says:

    Thanks Lizzie , of course the Covid Consent form all filled in and will go into Medicare and I go on their records for second shot .He came after his evening clinic ,he has a very large one that 100 hundred doses, thI

  181. JC says:

    Yea , that’s what the Rones means, ent.

    He’s been repeating variations of that for the past decade. Everyday is ground hog day for him.

  182. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Recognition in the Constitution, and a “voice” in Parliament will solve all problems, surely.

    Nothing wrong with Zulu’s irony here that I can see.

    Pretty reasonable comment actually.

  183. duncanm says:

    Broelman does a good Jacinda

  184. min says:

    Sorry knocked the button , most clinics are only getting 50 doses a time and because there are 4 to 5 doses per vial often there can be a dose left over at end of day and it does not keep after opening . Another family member is a clinic manager tells me there are left over doses as it’s hard to manage and not turn patients away.

  185. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    It’s an important topic, JC.

    Keith Windschuttle’s written a whole book about it.

    Plus many legal eagles have also had a go.

    ‘The Voice’ will be Nuggett Coombes all over again, imho. Stupid romantic policies put forward by people who have no idea of what it is like on the remote settlements, nor of the history and successes of the missions. Policies that end up with $150K regular distributions of Royalties for wastrels to drink themselves to death with, on top of the regular fortnightly Commonwealth beer fund. Meanwhile, the women and children get hideously abused. No ‘voice’ is going to even mention that, or solve it.

  186. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    It is surely not just my untrained ignorant eye, but a deliberate choice by the talented Mr Leak, that the uniform on cartoon-LockDan today is ambiguous in whether it is an imitation of the Flight Centre captain mascot or is a Nazi officer’s garb.

  187. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    I wonder how long it will take before those union glovepuppet labore imbeciles in Victoriastan stuff up their latest attempt to oversee hotel quaranteenies and there’s yet another schlockdown?

    Remember, the definition of insanity is repeating the same action and expecting a different outcome.

    This stupid, stupid country.

  188. JC says:

    60 minutes went out of their way to try and destroy Ron DeSantis. It’s so backfired.
    If Trump doesn’t run Ron is likely to be the nominee if he demonstrates leadership.
    He appears to have the Trump killer instinct but he’s also very polished in the way he kills. There’s little blood on the floor, whereas Trump left lots.

    Ron DeSantis Has All the Right Enemies
    By ISAAC SCHORR
    Any success Ron DeSantis enjoys moving forward will be in large part attributable to the media’s incompetent endeavors to destroy him

  189. JC says:

    Liz

    It’s a very important topic and the Rones involvement totally fucks it up. He’s not needed in this discussion. In fact he’s not wanted.

    It’s like military discussions here. They’re all pretty decent until the moron gets involved. He destroys them.

  190. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Colonel – definitely flight centre uniform parodies – the female staff dress like Anesthesia.

    I prefer Leak’s renderings of Disasterstan Dan in Mao outfits. Far more fitting (ptp).

  191. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    In fact he’s not wanted.

    That bee’s in your bonnet, JC, but not necessarily in other people’s.

    I quite like the Serth Efrican voice from the West Aussie Wheatfields.
    We denizens of Vaucluse and Toorak gotta enlarge our horizons somehow. 🙂

  192. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Speaking of the ‘toons, Broelman’s renderings of Payne and Stoker are absolutely hilarious. The latter is an especially annoying yapping bint.

  193. feelthebern says:

    You know when Biden’s had a rough week.
    The legacy media rolls out Russia Russia Russia.
    How long will sheeple fall for this?

  194. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    I prefer Leak’s renderings of Disasterstan Dan in Mao outfits. Far more fitting (ptp).

    Yes. But I think he’s good in the Flight Centre mode for this one as that’s what the toon is about, how no-one has any certainty with these two lunatics enticing you to book; Leak keeps Dan’s vaguely insane expression and eyes, so he’s not your friendly Flight Centre Man. And Palacechook is the attendant from hell, the fat one you hope you don’t get.

  195. thefrollickingmole says:

    Shooter Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet

    Lets decode it.

    Fanta- Nazi drink, Hun_ speaks for itself
    Girma- Obviously a homage to white supremacist JR Tolkien
    Woldesen,bet – Wolden- wolden:plural past of willen, obviously referring to the nazi propaganda video!
    Bet- See hes taunting law enforcement to try and work out his diabolical Nazi code!

    At last I truely see!

  196. Leigh Lowe says:

    Can’t wait for a return of his Pacific Islander character. Blackface and all. Or has that been binned?

    Lilley should double down.
    Never show the character again, but keep referring to him.
    “Jonah is in jail”
    “Jonah is in rehab again”

  197. Farmer Gez says:

    Typical autumn weather with little wind and smoke hanging in the air.
    The tax turbines on the hills stand motionless.
    Not generating power but still generating money for the green investors.

  198. feelthebern says:

    Good on Sam Kerr.
    Upfront, backing the new coach who has a penis.

  199. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    no-one has any certainty with these two lunatics enticing you to book

    Yep. As noted above, I see yet more schlockdowns in store for those in Disasterstan and inevitably that hellhole north of the Tweed, neither of which I will ever go to again.

  200. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Thinking about groundhog day and being here. We all do a bit of that after years of contributing on the OT, me especially. I’ve said that before, I think to myself, and then know I should take Hairy’s advice and get on with my writing other things elsewhere.

    But something draws us all back to the daily grind again here. 😀

    It’s like the office water-cooler. So .. what did you watch on Teev last nite?
    Oh. Us too. And the coffee’s gone up again at the corner shop. Oh noes.
    etcetera

    Until – something big happens, and here we all are, running in to have our say, and the place is a buzz of excitement and you wouldn’t miss it for quids.

  201. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    “Jonah is in jail”
    “Jonah is in rehab again”

    “Dutton deported poor ol’ Jonah back to Samoa, bro”

  202. Not Uh oh says:

    Test.

  203. Not Uh oh says:

    And like magic all the older posts appear.

  204. Leigh Lowe says:

    “Jonah lost his job as a bouncer for punching his boss”

  205. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    The slow vaccine roll-out is no help at all …

    … for Goose Morristeen, as the braindead lamestream meeja is using it as yet another cudgel to beat the fat imbecile around his staggeringly ugly bonce.

    It was absolutely pathetic watching him last night attempting to blame the euroweenies for the glacial pace of the unnecessary toxic cocktail rollout.

    Idiocy piled upon idiocy.

  206. JC says:

    Liz

    Let me know when you speak for other people as The Voice.

    The imbecile also not Sth African. Other than the not so subtle big noting, what do you find are his attributes as a commenter. I’d say it’s his deep and disciplined thinking, no?

  207. Nick says:

    Jonah has an AVO for givin the missus a backhander
    Jonah got kicked out of KFC for abusing the staff

  208. feelthebern says:

    The Oz has a great column by Adam Creighton regarding the rate with which Australia’s debt has exploded.

  209. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    Farmer Gez says:
    April 8, 2021 at 9:06 am
    Typical autumn weather with little wind and smoke hanging in the air.

    And I notice you stubble burners at work yesterday, interfering with the climate. In a cloudless sky, a pyro-cumulus appeared casting shade upon the land.

  210. thefrollickingmole says:

    regarding the rate with which Australia’s debt has exploded.

    regarding the rate with which Australia’s investment in the future exploded.

    Still sounds a bit ambiguous.

    Squandermonkeys gunna squandermonkey.

  211. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Lilley should double down.
    Never show the character again, but keep referring to him.
    “Jonah is in jail”
    “Jonah is in rehab again”

    Brilliant! Then Jonah can get rich doing shonky property and drug deals, drive a black Audi and entice Ja’mie to marry him. We can see her plan her wedding, her bridezilla act with her bridesmaids, the arguments with the venue, the Covid interruptions which she and Jonah ignore, then the cops arriving to boot out all the guests, Ja’mie goes spare punching them up, she has a rethink and decides to turn into a man while in prison. Jonah also incarcerated marries her anyway via a proxy stand in, Ja’mie’s long suffering mother, who in a sub-plot is now having an affair with Mr. G. The story unfolds without ever seeing Jonah again on screen. Ja’mie, now called Jimm’he, plans a new life with Jonah who has now decided to be a fa’afafine in Samoa. Jimm’he puts on blackface in order to be one too.

  212. John Brumble says:

    win-
    You can hardly expect public servants to work on a public holiday!!! Oh my God! Far better to close the entire economy down and destroy thousands of live than to run the risk of one bureaucrat having to work on a public holiday.

    And don’t even mention overtime! If they get behind in contact tracing, that means making everyone stop while they catch up – permanently if necessary. What is this? Some sort of corporatist horror where union power^H^H^H I mean workers rights are trampled? No! Not on my watch!

  213. Shy Ted says:

    Personal life
    Chris Lilley has been vegetarian since the age of five

    I take it as a warning.

  214. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    LOL – from the Oz:

    EXCLUSIVE
    Bornstein: Bowen is a ‘muppet’
    Would-be ALP senator Josh Bornstein has attacked potential future colleague Chris Bowen.

    Trigger warning: Staggeringly ugly collectivist imbecile

  215. JC says:

    Bern

    From what I’m gathering about that idiot son of the sugar cane farmer (Lex Greensill), hewasn’t running an invoice factoring business. He was operating a very high risk lending operation for shonky operators unable to get finance from regular sources. Working capital financing for those with no working capital if you know what I mean.

  216. Terry Pedersen says:

    The imbecile also not Sth African. Other than the not so subtle big noting, what do you find are his attributes as a commenter. I’d say it’s his deep and disciplined thinking, no?

    Lol

  217. thefrollickingmole says:

    Look at these pillocks who will be first to be gibbetted when the glorious revolution comes.

    Infrastructure Victoria panel calls for end of new petrol car sales, amid slow take-up of electric vehicles

    By 2030, there would be no new petrol or diesel cars sold — they would all be electric or hydrogen-powered. It would be compulsory for all new property developments to have electric charging stations, and governments would offer generous subsidies to encourage drivers to trade in petrol-guzzling cars in favour of low or zero emission vehicles.

    However, these were among the leading ideas put forward by a panel of 211 “everyday Victorians” for an Infrastructure Victoria consultation program.

    Please have a look at the “everyday Australian” they quote here.
    There is a mouth not ignorant of the taste of a wide variety of penii.
    Electric vehicle enthusiasts like Taylors Lakes resident Chris Vanderstock hope the ideas, especially the proposed ban on new combustion engine vehicle sales, will be taken seriously.
    “If we just have policymakers, politicians and governments giving us that guidance, then I think people will actually make that jump and get on board sooner,” he said.

    Electric vehicle enthusiasts is the new “good with colours or Likes musical theatre.

    How dare the peasants not choose what we know is best for them.
    Nationwide, electric vehicles made up only 6,900 of the 916,968 new cars sold last year

  218. Cardimona says:

    Today’s letters submission
    ….

    Letters to the Editor – The Sun controls earth’s climate

    The Editor

    On 07/04 I sent a letter to the editor which read, in part, “The only energy source powerful enough to change the temperature of 1.35 billion cubic kilometres of seawater, and therefore Earth’s climate, is the sun – particularly its water-penetrating ultraviolet radiation emissions.”

    Today, 08/04 The Australian is reporting that NASA has determined a link between sunspots, solar magnetic emissions, clouds and El Nino-La Nina, enabling the accurate prediction of changes in the ENSO cycle.

    Remember, if your predictions are good, your hypothesis is good – something the IPCC has not yet achieved.

    On 18/01/2020 I wrote this to the editor (extracted from a longer letter)…

    “… cloud cover is central to global average temperatures.

    “The sun is the source of Earth’s warmth and clouds reflect it back to space. More cloud cover means cooler temperatures.

    “For clouds to form water vapour needs nuclei … such as … nitrogen compounds formed by interactions with near-light-speed sub-atomic particles streaming in from distant quasars, pulsars and supernovae.

    “Those fast outer-space particles, collectively called galactic cosmic rays, become more intense when our sun’s electromagnetic emissions decrease and our solar wind blows more weakly.

    “Fewer sunspots are a visible indication of decreased solar wind speed, which is what we have now as the sun enters a quiet phase. That’s partly why there’s record cold across the northern hemisphere right now.”

    Anyone who has ever walked from the deep shade into the bright sunlight can tell you it’s the sun that controls temperatures.

    The whole “man-made catastrophic runaway global warming” narrative, which has cost us billions in cash we’ve worked for and untold billions more in lost opportunities, has been wrong from the start.

    (279 words)
    Peter Campion

    Eds; the full letter referred to.

    The Editor
    The Cairns Post

    Thanks for your story “Heat, wind and fury unleashed on region” (CP, 18/1).

    “Forecaster Rosa Hoff said a slight reduction in cloud cover was the cause of the expected increase in temperatures.” Yep, cloud cover is central to global average temperatures.

    The sun is the source of Earth’s warmth and clouds reflect it back to space. More cloud cover means cooler temperatures.

    For clouds to form water vapour needs nuclei to trigger droplet formation, such as dust, pollen, bacteria, or nitrogen compounds formed by interactions with near-light-speed sub-atomic particles streaming in from distant quasars, pulsars and supernovae.

    Those fast outer-space particles, collectively called galactic cosmic rays, become more intense when our sun’s electromagnetic emissions decrease and our solar wind blows more weakly.

    Fewer sunspots are a visible indication of decreased solar wind speed, which is what we have now as the sun enters a quiet phase. That’s partly why there’s record cold across the northern hemisphere right now.

    The more science you study the more you’ll realise that trace gases don’t control Earth’s temperature – the sun does.

    (177 words)
    http://swc.nict.go.jp/en/trend/solarwind.html
    https://i1.wp.com/solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/images/ssn_predict.gif
    https://i1.wp.com/services.swpc.noaa.gov/images/solar-cycle-10-cm-radio-flux.gif

    La Nina clue to sun’s power on climate
    GRAHAM LLOYD

    Evidence is mounting that changes in the Sun’s magnetic energy has a much bigger influence on Earth’s weather and climate conditions than previously thought.

    New research was able to predict the onset of La Nina weather conditions that produced torrential rains across eastern Australia before they happened, something not previously considered possible. The latest research was published in Earth and Space Science and funded by US space agency, NASA.

    The accurate prediction of La Nina extends a six-decade pattern linking changes in magnetic activity in the Sun and El Nino-Southern Oscillation-driven weather conditions on Earth.

    The accurate prediction is not proof of a link but dramatically lessens the chances of it being coincidence. The research, led by NASA scientist Robert Leamon from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, tries to “open a broader scientific discussion of solar coupling to the Earth and its environment.”

    The exact mechanism that links the Sun’s activity to changes from El Nino to La Nina conditions is not yet understood but the findings add to the belief by some scientists that solar activity, including sunspots and cosmic rays, has a much greater impact on Earth’s climate than thought.

    Researchers try to avoid being dragged into controversial theories that have put forward, but they say the findings open debate about the suitability of climate models and the relationship between incoming cosmic rays and clouds and precipitation over our oceans.

    The latest research builds on research published last year in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, which was able to map the irregular solar cycle of sunspot activity on to a uniform solar cycle clock that takes place over a 22-year magnetic polarity cycle.

    The NASA-funded research uses the new cycle to track changes in the El Nino and La Nina states.

    “Using direct observation and proxies of solar activity going back some six decades, we can, with high statistical significance, demonstrate a correlation between the occurrence of terminators and the largest swings of Earth’s oceanic indices: the transition from El Nino to La Nina states of the central Pacific”, the research paper says.

    “This empirical relationship is a potential source of increased predictive skill for the understanding of El Nino climate variations, a high stakes societal imperative given that El Nino impacts lives, property and economic activity around the globe.’’

    The research was published in March 2021 but conducted before the La Nina phase that has just ended. It predicted a rapid transition into La Nina conditions in 2020 following the sunspot cycle 24 terminator.

    “A forecast of the Sun’s global behaviour places the next solar cycle termination in mid-2020; should a major oceanic swing follow, the challenge becomes: when does correlation become causation and how does the process work?’’, the paper said.

    Researchers presented clear evidence of a recurring empirical relationship between ENSO and the end of solar cycles.

    The paper said ENSO was the largest mode of atmospheric variability driving costly extreme weather events on Earth.

    Any improvement in prediction of the ENSO cycle would be of societal benefit, the scientists said.

  219. dover_beach says:

    DC Medical Examiner releases causes of death for 5 of 6 of those that died on or following Jan 6 Capitol protest. We still don’t know cause of death of Sicknick, that is pending. Babbett’s death ruled homicide. Three natural death, and one accidental.

  220. Cardimona says:

    It won’t be printed, of course, because truth is mean and I should know better than to hurt the kiddies feelz.

  221. m0nty says:

    I regret to inform Cats that the Nazis are at it again.

  222. Cardimona says:

    Fvck off, mUnty – I ain’t clicking no link of yours.

  223. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Liz

    Let me know when you speak for other people as The Voice.

    Whew. You are channeling Johanna now JC. Never thought I’d see the day.

    No-one speaks for anyone else in this place. That’s a given. You’ll note I left the issue open. I said ‘others may‘.

    It’s a cruel blow to learn that ZK2A is not carrying the white man’s burden from the Dark Continent. But I could still enjoy a good single malt with him one day. Hairy there too, of course. I am always chaperoned with strange gentlemen. 🙂

  224. JC says:

    Yes monster, the left is very destructive.

  225. dover_beach says:

    Reports are that Chauvin trial today even worse for prosecution than yesterday. Going to get crazy in some places. The media will hold the blame. Scum.

  226. Terry Pedersen says:

    Ashli Babbitt, 35, died from a gunshot wound to her left shoulder.

    Justifiable homicide.

  227. H B Bear says:

    Lol

    Other socks think you are a valuable contributor too Groogs.

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