Open Forum: June 19, 2021

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  1. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    bespoke says:
    June 25, 2021 at 7:39 pm

    +1

  2. Dot says:

    Where do you buy this magical humanoid coffee, Mental ‘Elf Grounds?

    Is it like Wicked Elf booze?

    Will my Aldi Alcafe get me off a charge of public indecency and vouyerism?

  3. calli says:

    Twostix, if that is true, why did she drive from Melbourne to Queensland to see her new grandchild during the height of the scare?

    The two stories don’t make sense.

    Either one or the other must be true.

  4. Dot says:

    COVID (the public policy reaction) is really just an attempt at Cloward Piven, even if you think the disease is a worse threat than I do.

  5. Steve trickler says:

    You’re a good man, Struth. All the best.

  6. Terry Pedersen says:

    What a shambles.

    Yep. They cant even get the numbers right each day. Imagine them doing the weather:

    Sydney today – Fine and 17 degrees

    (3 of those degrees we already knew about and 4 degrees will be reported as part of tomorrows forecast).

    So, it’s actually 10 degrees. Or 24. Maybe.

  7. DrBeauGan says:

    On deep fakes. Very funny.

    https://youtu.be/9WfZuNceFDM

  8. Zyconoclast says:

    Police in Oregon’s largest city are being advised to no longer pursue drivers for low-level traffic infractions — including expired plates and broken headlights — unless related to an immediate safety threat Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler announced Tuesday.

    In addition, if police do stop a driver they must receive recorded consent before searching the vehicle and clearly inform the person they have the right to refuse.

    Wheeler said both changes are an attempt to refocus on immediate threats and are also occurring in response to data showing a a disproportionate impact on Black drivers for traffic stops and vehicle searches. While 6% of Portlanders are Black, he said they account for 18% of traffic stops in the city.

    “The goal of these two changes is to make our safety safer and more equitable,” Wheeler said.

  9. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Farking clownworld.

    The Australian Loyal resistance. From Cairns.

    This is what I’m talking about. Buried in legitimate complaints about the Public Health Acts, incompetent government, lockdowns and so on there are posts like this. From their site:

    PORT ARTHUR COMPELLING EVIDENCE OF GOVERNMENT COVER UP

    This. This is the problem. All the valid, reasonable arguments and activity is glommed onto by lunatics, and the people running these outfits (and websites) let them do it.

    Thus tarring all the people with legitimate beefs, real axes to grind and who have undergone unjustifiable hardships with the same brush as the nuffy squad.

  10. Dot says:

    Controlled opposition, KD.

  11. Leo G says:

    Apparently electric cars never break down.

    Just fail through incapacity.

  12. MatrixTransform says:

    tarring all the people with legitimate beefs, real axes to grind and who have undergone unjustifiable hardships with the same brush as the nuffy squad.

    a bloke with a PhD in Theoretical Conspiracism would say that though, wouldn’t they?

  13. Knuckle Dragger says:

    a bloke with a PhD in Theoretical Conspiracism would say that though, wouldn’t they?

    It’s not finished yet.

  14. MarkA:

    Why have these late night sittings in the first place?
    There a government that only meet for a 2 week legislative session per year and the state is doing fine.

    The overtime, MarkA. I think it’s double quadruple rate + allowances.

  15. Struth says:

    The media turned up to King’s Park.
    At my cenotaph, the one digger turned up with his medals, and in his suit, with about another 7 or eight of us about, as no one knew each other and at the start were standing spaced out in silence.
    He thanked us all for turning up, said a few words about his mates and all the men who sacrificed, and said at the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.
    His son, standing by the car, then turned on his car stereo and the last post rang out.
    Brilliant.
    And not a welcome to country anywhere.
    Best Anzac Dawn service I’ve been to.
    Fuck bureaucracy.
    Our war dead are our war dead, they are not the government’s.
    How dare they do that to us, and how pathetic that we let them.
    Well , how pathetic that you let them, if you did.
    Remember, you were still allowed to go fight for crap wrap at the supermarket, or go into Bunnings to buy your Chinese crap even then.
    How much of this shit do you own?
    Not being a smart arse, but you do have to live with yourself.
    It’s not that you didn’t do anything when you stood in your driveway, you kid yourself that you respected the diggers in your own way.
    The point being is it wasn’t in your own way at all, it was what you were allowed and told to do by tyrants.
    And that isn’t respecting the people who died for your freedom at all, it’s submitting to tyranny, and those diggers would be turning in their graves, wondering what the fuck they fought tyrannical governments for, when only a couple of generations later we would be submitting and indeed cheering on tyranny here.
    How’s that showing your respect for their sacrifice?
    To do what you are told by tyrants.
    And every day before that, from the start of the coup d’etat, to every day since, the same principle applies.
    People died for our freedoms and submitting to tyranny respects their sacrifice how?
    If you were not specifically told to stay away from your cenotaph, and you never usually went, I’d have no problem with you staying away.
    The point being is you were told to stay away, and you obeyed.
    And the government certainly noticed that you did, and laughed even more.
    How easy was it going to be for them?
    Very easy.
    Surprisingly easy.
    And boy don’t some so called right wingers hate being told this shit.
    How dare they be made to think about this shit.
    To really look at themselves.
    How arrogant of ol’ Struthy.
    Who the fuck does he think he is?

    But hang on a second.

    People like Nick want to mock me for going and standing there with the few, well the above are my reasons.
    If there were a few million that went to Dawn services up to 2019, and then nobody in 2020 because tyrants told them they couldn’t gather to respect their war dead, as they would usually do, that’s an insult to their sacrifice.
    It most certainly is.
    And you know it.
    But it wasn’t me.
    I usually go, and I went in 2020 as well.
    I’ve got to live with myself.

    Of course me talking about this will be construed by liars as me grandstanding.
    Not at all.
    It’s telling a low life like Nick and others who mocked me for going , why I did, and while you may think I’m an idiot for going, the truth is I despise you for not going.
    It should not have been needed to be organised and no encouragement should have been required.

  16. twostix says:

    March / April last year was the seediest time in Australian history.

    It showed that at least 25%-30% of the population are latent nazis secretly dying to join a hysterical mob and use its protection to lash out and destroy anyone who wont eagerly join and follow them into Jonestown-massacre style lunacy.

    Completely unAustralian. Totally unrecognisable to actual historic aussies, hard to process that 1/4 – 1/3 of people – largely in the cities, are not like us at all anymore. A total degenerate disgrace and they need to beg for forgiveness for a thousand years for their ugly malevolent behaviour towards the very few brave normal people who dared risk sticking their heads up and telling them to calm the fuck down at that time.

  17. Steve trickler says:

    Mask compliance is strong in Japan.

    Summer’s here, Shinjuku Tokyo 2021

  18. bespoke says:

    Well said KD.

  19. Eyrie says:

    I’ve heard from trusted sources that leeches work better than lock-downs

    Leeches actually work in certain medical conditions.

  20. MatrixTransform says:

    Leeches actually work in certain medical conditions.

    thanks, Spock

    LoL

  21. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Black Lives Matter: US counts bloody cost of defunding police
    Gerard Baker
    Columnist
    The Times
    9:58AM June 25, 2021
    42 Comments

    You will have heard of George Floyd. You probably haven’t heard of Justin Wallace. On June 5, three days before his 11th birthday, Justin was enjoying a family barbecue in the backyard of a cousin’s house in the Rockaway district of New York City.

    He was, by all accounts, a curious and bright child who excelled at maths and was fascinated by technology. Like his friends at the local Challenge Prep Charter School, he was looking forward to that long, listless summer of freedom that is the birthright of every American child.

    He never finished the school year. He was shot dead that evening after an assailant fired into the cousin’s home after a dispute involving a parking space. A 29-year-old local man was later charged with the boy’s murder.

    At Justin’s funeral at the Full Gospel Tabernacle Church in Queens, as his uncomprehending family grieved before a coffin next to the red cap and gown he would have worn at his elementary school graduation, Donovan Richards, the borough president of Queens, reflected on the wider meaning of the boy’s loss.

    “Today it’s Justin. Tomorrow it could be your child. Black lives matter. But they must matter to us as well. Say his name: Justin Wallace.”

    Amen.

    If the past years of turmoil and violence across America have taught anything, it’s that in a nation enjoined to come to a “reckoning” with its apparently systemic injustices, some black lives matter much more than others.

    While millionaire sportsmen take the knee and entertainers declare their Instagram solidarity with the victims of alleged white oppression, black Americans like Justin are being murdered every day in the nation’s cities. Despite Richards’ plea, no one beyond their immediate mourners is saying their names.

    They’re dying in significant part because the law enforcement that has been so demonised, the police officers who have been denounced as genocidal oppressors of minorities, haven’t been around in enough force to stop the violence.

    In the year since nationwide protests upended America’s political and cultural conversation, many thousands more people have been killed than in previous years. Last year was the most violent for more than two decades and the first half of 2021 has been worse. In New York, up to early June, there were 181 murders, up from 120 in the same period in 2019. In Minneapolis, where Floyd was killed, this year is on course to be the deadliest in the city’s history.

    After decades of dramatic declines in violent crime, the past 12 months have put the US back on track to the urban nightmare that characterised many cities in the 1970s and 1980s. The overwhelming majority of the victims are black men, women and children; many, like Justin, were innocent bystanders in the wrong place at the wrong time, gunned down in lawless neighbourhoods.

    There can be little doubt that the anti-police rhetoric and actions of Democratic leaders have contributed significantly to the surge in crime. Not only has mass denunciation of the police led to much more restrained enforcement of the law. But after Floyd’s murder dozens of cities made big cuts to police budgets. Police numbers have dropped precipitously – New York lost more than 5,000 cops in 2020, and in Chicago more than 500 retired.

    Restrictions on policing and aggressive prosecution of police have also led to departures. In Portland this month 50 officers quit a special anti-riot squad en masse after one of them was charged with assaulting a protester.

    Amid rising political pressure, Democrats blame the increase in violent crime on the pandemic, guns, even the police themselves: anything but their own approach to law and order. Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta, said that Georgia’s decision to reopen its economy early after the pandemic produced a surge in crime.

    At the White House on Wednesday, President Biden pledged to tackle the crime wave by pushing for more restrictive gun laws. The US of course has a famously permissive gun culture, but blaming guns for surging violence is like blaming Officer Derek Chauvin’s trouser leg for the death of Floyd.

    Most of the gun violence has occurred in cities like New York and Chicago, which have some of the strictest laws in the country against the possession and use of firearms. But the clearest sign that even the far left recognises the tragic folly of its assault on law enforcement is that many cities are now urgently reversing the cuts made to their police budgets.

    In Baltimore, which cut its funding by dollars 22 million last summer, the mayor recently proposed a dollars 27 million increase. In Oakland and Los Angeles, leaders are rushing to restore at least part of the cuts made to police budgets last year.

    The political impulse is gathering momentum. This week Eric Adams, a former police officer, came top in the Democratic primary contest for mayor of New York. It will be a while before a complicated new election system produces full results, but if he stays on top he’s virtually guaranteed to be the city’s next mayor, having run on a platform of tackling the crime surge.

    It’s all too late to save lives like those of Justin Wallace.

    But perhaps it’s not too late to hope that his death will help put an end to the ideological insanity that has denuded law enforcement resources and demonised decent police officers, and prevented them from protecting the vulnerable black Americans who need them most.

  22. Rosie says:

    More gaslighting from twostix.

    I said nothing of the kind.

    My limited support for lockdown ended with stage two , stage three started around 23 March at which point i was at the protect the vulnerable and get on with it stage. (Stage three was a particular disaster for my family the details of which I don’t choose to share with dissembling creeps like you)

    I’m really really sick of the way you repeat the same lies.

    As for the Anzac day thing I thought then and still do that it was a shameless (and pathetic) attempt to usurp a memorial to our fallen for a political grandstand and no wonder the Australian wide muster as estimated by mv was a grand total of 30 (probably an exaggeration)

    When I was personally challenged by your dropkick mate to go I said I wouldn’t go because it was an insult (I never go because it was too painful for me).

    My mother is a war widow.

    Let’s see if you can join the dots from there.

    Incidentally my elderly mother and my cancer stricken sister were as I said from the get go perfectly capable of shielding themselves * though we frequently broke the no visiting rules for the sake of their
    and my, mental health.

    And I have zero shame in taking covid seriously.
    I still think people in the vulnerable category have every reason to do so.

    Now please make up some lies about someone else for a change.

    *And so they did.

  23. Eyrie says:

    Leeches actually work in certain medical conditions.
    thanks, Spock
    LoL

    I have a sister in law who needs to have blood drawn regularly to manage her condition.
    Dickhead.

  24. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    The USA – worst gerontocracy since the USSR 💩

  25. Rockdoctor says:

    Mr Miles said there was concern about people from Sydney holidaying alongside Queenslanders in northern New South Wales over the school holiday period, so local border passes will be reintroduced from 1:00am on Monday.

    Evening. I don’t even pay attention to what the anointed Young dribbles anymore let alone Miles who is lengths ahead in incompetence and hubris. Queensland re-elected this clown show, meh their problem.

    End of the day I am starting to question Federation, these clowns want to have their cake and eat it then do it without my GST.

  26. Rosie says:

    And I most definitely did drive to Queensland.

    And stayed until the imminent birth of another grandchild took me back to Melbourne.

  27. Shy Ted says:

    Planet America just started on 24. Give it a few minutes. Put down drinks and any sharp objects before viewing. Excruciating.
    Also if you aren’t visiting the conspiracy websites you’re missing a treat. Bill Clinton given life rather than execution. John Roberts betrayed by Ghislaine. Richard Citizen Journalist drives round the Capitol, it’s deserted.

  28. Knuckle Dragger says:

    I despise you for not going.

    St. Ruth. I may have mentioned this last year.

    1. Stop telling me what to do.
    2. Don’t you fucking dare mouth off from your couch and tell me how, and more importantly why to commemorate ANZAC Day.
    3. I am very confident my grandfather and three uncles who made those sacrifices in the Great War, Korea and Vietnam did not do so so you could attempt to corral the vulnerable with your sovereign citizen shit, align yourself with certified elderly manipulative nuffies (hi Faulty), incorrectly interpret State and Commonwealth legislation as well as the Constitution while insisting your way is the only way, and that everyone who doesn’t follow the Gospel of St. Ruth [which, incidentally, now outstrips the entire Bible for length] is a coward and to be despised and labelled communist scum.

    I now look forward to yet another 2500 words of self-justification, and about ‘I was only trying to’.

  29. Rosie says:

    Anyhow its plainly obviously that I’m personally responsible for all the hysteria all the lockdowns and all the socialism.

    Just ask st ruth, he’ll tell you.

  30. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    I now look forward to yet another 2500 words of self-justification, and about ‘I was only trying to’.

    More popcorn, anyone?

  31. Nick says:

    People like Nick want to mock me for going and standing there with the few

    I’m surprised they haven’t struck a medal in your honour.

  32. Nick says:

    Sorry Struth, what was that about sheeple again?

  33. m0nty says:

    @ Monty

    It’s not that hard. Outside the 4 council areas locked down – Sydney, Waverly, Randwick and Woolahra – you can do indoor or outdoor sport, but not involving those who live or work in one of those council areas. Those of us who do live in them are limited to outdoor exercise.

    That is not what Brad Hazzard’s tweet said, Pyrmonter.

    Brad Hazzard @BradHazzard
    Note in Waverley, Woollahra, City of Sydney & Randwick Local Government Areas, despite Covid related travel restrictions on leaving home, retail ,weddings ,funerals ,community sport can continue. Other non essential businesses & other services in houses of Worship will cease

    The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing.

  34. calli says:

    I believe it, Rosie. You may have missed the offer on the OT – a bed chez calli should you be turned back at the border. Ancient history now. But still history, documented in the National Archive, however uncomfortable.

  35. Shy Ted says:

    And the rapid Covid tests have been returned to the manufacturers as “not fit for purpose”.

  36. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing.”

    Have you told your wife that fat guts?

  37. bespoke says:

    Anyhow its plainly obviously that I’m personally responsible for all the hysteria all the lockdowns and all the socialism.

    Well you did start eating Brussels sprouts, Rosie. So now I stand alone against the plant tyranny. 😎

  38. Knuckle Dragger says:

    If you were not specifically told to stay away from your cenotaph, and you never usually went, I’d have no problem with you staying away.

    Oh thank God.

    Couldn’t bear it otherwise.

  39. twostix says:

    Calli I crossed it up with notafan at that time. She wasn’t the only one, nor even near the worst but she carries on like she wasn’t part of the mob.

    And they were legion, a mob. A mob online and a mob in real life wielding vicious emotional blackmail, the state, reveled in being able to cast aside public decency and rip into people who said ‘hold on this is crazy’. Nothing is worse than someone pretending they weren’t part of the mob when they sober up, except perhaps one of them picking fights with people who went out of their way to visibly try and act contrary.

  40. MatrixTransform says:

    I have a sister in law who needs to have blood drawn regularly to manage her condition.

    alright … ffs !

    it’s a private joke

    When we were kids my younger brothers had a mate that started near on every sentence with ‘actually’.

    so naturally, he got got called Spock

    the bloke is like 50yo now and still has the nick-name

  41. Baba says:

    At least 74 years old.

  42. Mark A says:

    I’m sorry to say this, to every verbose poster.
    If you can’t convey your message in <= two paras (sic) you don't know or not clear about yourself what you want to say.

    Quoiting news articles is different if pay-walled of course. Otherwise a few hints and links suffice.
    🤷‍♂️
    /rant over, not all of us have all the time in the world.

  43. DrBeauGan says:

    Watch Donald Trump say he wants to marry his daughter.

    https://youtu.be/9WfZuNceFDM

  44. Zyconoclast says:

    🤡 world is real

    U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. – In the wake of policy changes this year from the president and Defense Department, the Air Force Academy created a Transgender Working Group to raise awareness and understanding of transgender Airmen, Guardians and cadets at the school.

    Doctor Joseph Looney, the Academy’s chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, said the number of requests from across the base to support the Transgender Working Group has been “overwhelming.” Looney holds a doctorate of counseling psychology from Arizona State University

    “Along with organizational representation, the team has a cadet representative from the Spectrum club, and the invaluable participation of a transgender Airman,” he said. “We’re committed to supporting transgender Airmen and cadets.”

  45. lotocoti says:

    If You’re all nazi scum melds with You’re all despicable cowards
    will that cause a blog singularity?

  46. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Geez.

    Daisy Whatsername, the boundary rider at the footy’s got a forehead like a Bunnings car park.

  47. Gunner:

    #Beans&tinfoil

    I only have 28 tins of beans** and four (Very Large) rolls of tinfoil.
    The tinfoil is for the Faraday Cage for a selection of torches, a laptop, spare radios, and the genset.*
    You know, just in case.
    *I recently discovered the 174 date rolls don’t need protecting from the EMP/Solar ejection thingy.
    **We don’t count the spaghetti/chilli/multiple flavours of soup/pickles/fish/etc do we? Or the spamspamspamspam?

  48. Tel says:

    It’s all too late to save lives like those of Justin Wallace.

    But perhaps it’s not too late to hope that his death will help put an end to the ideological insanity that has denuded law enforcement resources and demonised decent police officers, and prevented them from protecting the vulnerable black Americans who need them most.

    Is there any realistic scenario where the police actually would have “saved” Justin Wallace?

    I’m serious here … the cops already investigated that crime, and found the murderer and got one bad guy off the streets … and that’s exactly what they always do. There has never been a time when a policeman suddenly pops up out of nowhere and starts blocking bullets, while your house is getting hit by a drive-by shooting. All the police ever do in any scenario is come along a few hours afterwards and take some photos, draw chalk outlines and create incident numbers.

    More funding might make this process go a little faster, it might even result in more bad guys getting caught, but it won’t suddenly turn Queens into a nice neighbourhood. Police don’t “protect” anyone in an active sense … they clean up and investigate crime after the fact … and do traffic control.

    If you want to blame the BLM organization, then blame them for what they actually did which is organizing riots, lighting fires, destroying property, shutting down small business so locals cannot earn a living. There’s no need to invent implausible scenarios.

  49. calli says:

    ‘Stix, sadly you jump to conclusions about people.

    I have watched pile-ons here that have had no basis is fact, only conjecture. Do you think they only work one way?

    This thing we’re dealing with, this “crisis”. It breeds evil between people on the same side. That’s the point of it.

  50. Struth says:

    1. Stop telling me what to do.
    2. Don’t you fucking dare mouth off from your couch and tell me how, and more importantly why to commemorate ANZAC Day.

    No, I will tell you why, and I did above.

    We’ve all got grandfathers and the like who died in the war.
    I never told you what to do.
    I was gobsmacked I had to mention at all, what should be taken for granted.
    We gather to remember and honour the sacrifice of our war dead.
    It’s pretty fucking simple.
    And we were ordered not to by tyrants.
    What part of that have I got wrong, brainwave?
    I defended my reasons for going against your shitful attack on my character for doing so.
    You again like to dribble shit as if I was going to ear bash all who turned up about the constitution, or whatever you want to dream up, sovereign citizens etc in a sickening dishonest pile of bullshit, that’s laughable.
    For claiming a sickening ulterior motive on my part, was disgraceful.
    You were at your most pathetic then and you can’t wriggle out of it by using the Anzacs in your family to justify your actions or lack thereof while hypocritically telling me I was doing the same.

  51. Mark A says:

    OK make that 3 paragraphs, tops.
    Short ones.

  52. Struth says:

    You’ve got a scroll wheel Mark A.

  53. Knuckle Dragger says:

    as if I was going to ear bash all who turned up about the constitution, or whatever you want to dream up

    Ahahahaaaaa.

    Not 2500 words, but as promised.

  54. bespoke says:

    What evil, calli?

  55. twostix says:

    The four horses the horsemen of the covid apocalypse rode in on were:
    – A mass, an tsunami, of Selfish cnut boomers who suddenly, March 2021 realised they’re the old people now and knee jerked into demanding young people accept being imprisoned in our houses so they wouldn’t catch a cold. (many have sobered up and walked back now – but well, it’s a bad stain that will never wash out). A treachery! The old people in a society are meant to be the conservative bulwark against this sort of revolutionary nightmare, not the vanguard of it!

    – The dead-inside white collar professional middle class who absolutely loathed their commuter lives and modern corporate prison daycare – which was coming to a head late 2019. To whom the last 16 months have been an absolute golden age of relaxation and return to hearth and home equilibrium. The cheers made in CBD’s across the anglosphere when the the order to work from home came will reverberate for a generation.

    – Retarded runt technical class bugmen who are Science! worshiping secret nazi totalitarians (m0nty) and their technocrat political / public health class overlords. Powerless to act without the support of the other groups, but with them, oh boy, nothing is off limits.

    – Well meaning but dumb, oh-so-dumb, over-socialised Gen-X and millennials who being so very generous as a people, and so lacking in confidence, fell over themselves to Do The Right Thing and appear obedient and self-imprison and passively aggressively demand everyone around them do it too. There’s also a flaw in personality with millennials by the way, in that absent a personality – modern society being an extension of school now having robbed them the chance to develop one – they literally don’t see a point in leaving their houses at all anyway, so what’s the problem? Netflix, Facebook, Youtube, Insty and Zoom, freedumb? go out? what for?? But worse is the utilitarianism that has manifested in them.

    This last one is a serious problem for the future.

  56. Mark A says:

    Struth says:
    June 25, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    You’ve got a scroll wheel Mark A.

    We all do but let’s face it, if you bury your message in an avalanche of superfluous words and insults, then nobody gets it or the attitude is hostile to it from the go.

    And remember, I like your ideas and courage.

    (of course you could say, “with friend”…)

  57. Arky says:

    calli says:
    June 25, 2021 at 8:31 pm
    ‘Stix, sadly you jump to conclusions about people.

    I have watched pile-ons here that have had no basis is fact, only conjecture. Do you think they only work one way?

    This thing we’re dealing with, this “crisis”. It breeds evil between people on the same side. That’s the point of it.

    ..
    That’s only going to change if people start analysing what has occurred.
    Not the back and forth on this site, but in reality.
    I’m finding the rehashing over and over again of internal feuds less than productive.
    Geeze we could really be in the shit here. We need all hands turning their minds to the grindstone.

  58. egg_ says:

    It breeds evil between people on the same side.

    Narcs thrive on anarchy.

  59. mh says:

    Fauci resisted Trump directive to cancel virus research grant linked to Wuhan lab: Book

    Devin Nunes R-CA., and Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett weigh in on the embattled doctor on ‘Hannity’

    https://news.yahoo.com/fauci-resisted-trump-directive-cancel-032903033.html

  60. calli says:

    What evil, calli?

    Enmity, anger, frustration. Leading to accusation, misunderstanding.

    Then it becomes a comfortable groove.

  61. Baba says:

    We need all hands turning their minds to the grindstone.

    But that’s enough plagiarising Biden.

  62. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Ah wonderful, lots of bonhomie and good cheer, as the Perfesser requested.

    Life as we knew it has been transformed, peoples and not in a good way 😕🦇👽🦕🦖

  63. calli says:

    Arky said it better.

  64. egg_ says:

    twostix says:
    June 25, 2021 at 8:21 pm

    Quote some of these tards a week later and the goalposts have moved, apparently.

  65. bespoke says:

    Start with more realistic solutions then, Arky. Not waffling vagary’s.

  66. bespoke says:

    Enmity, anger, frustration. Leading to accusation, misunderstanding.

    No me.

  67. bespoke says:

    No list ether. it’s been done a thousand times.

  68. Armadillo says:

    The restrictions that the Sheliah Premier in NSW put in place are pretty minimal.

    From what I’ve read, it’s “enter those suburbs” at your own risk.

    Lockup the “carriers” is the key, until such time as they have been “rehabilitated” (i.e the risk of infection to others has past).

    The Victorian model seems to be that you lock up the entire population of the state, rather than to deal with the outbreak of “crime” itself.

  69. egg_ says:

    What was Lizzie’s flea quote?
    A pack of fleas trying to gang [email protected] a dog.

  70. The Virginia Class Submarine procurement latest news…
    From the USNI.

  71. thefrollickingmole says:

    Realistically.

    Nothing changes until someone/ a few people who have been bankrupted decide they’d rather inflict violence on those who have ruined them instead of themselves.

  72. Pyrmonter says:

    @ Monty

    Well, this is why we should have the Order published … it is not yet to be seen. This is a dynamic link, but at the time of typing (8.51pm AEST) it isn’t up. This has been something of a pattern.

    https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/information/covid19-legislation

    Being in the most restricted district – I wouldn’t want to be going out to play rugby; and presume I will be prohibited from lifting weights or cross-fitting. Divine worship, in person, is also out.

    https://ccsl.org.au/this-week/

  73. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    If this is a pandemic, I’m Joe Biden 💩🦖🦕

    And I’m Jill.

  74. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “The restrictions that the Sheliah Premier in NSW put in place are pretty minimal.”

    Yes…it’s reasonable. She hasn’t locked down the whole city or the state…unlike the morons running Victoria.

  75. As usual, the poor buggers are copping the unpeeled pineapple of the BLM “Defund The Police.” program.

  76. Baba says:

    And I’m Jill.

    Imposter. The real Jill would say, “And I’m Dr Jill”.

  77. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Enmity, anger, frustration. Leading to accusation, misunderstanding.

    So it’s to be a divorce, is it?😁

  78. Someone not coping with the lockdowns…

  79. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Baba says:
    June 25, 2021 at 8:57 pm
    And I’m Jill.

    Imposter. The real Jill would say, “And I’m Dr Jill”.

    That made me laugh😂

  80. calli says:

    Might be, BBS. That’s how it usually ends. With the loudest atop the dungheap.

    Crowing.

  81. Boambee John says:

    Rosie says:
    June 25, 2021 at 8:05 pm

    Well said!

  82. Arky says:

    So it’s to be a divorce, is it?😁

    ..
    You can have the kids.
    Monty, numberwang, Daddy still loves you but you need to go with Mummy now.

  83. Dot says:

    Being in the most restricted district – I wouldn’t want to be going out to play rugby; and presume I will be prohibited from lifting weights or cross-fitting. Divine worship, in person, is also out.

    What a hellscape. We’re no better off than North Korea.

    *BUT WE HAVEN’T GOT GULAGS YET!*

    Indeed.

  84. Rosie says:

    Wow repeating the attempted doxxing comment that was denied a day or so ago.

  85. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtRqkb5mFlw

    Adolph Hitler meets Dark Emu.

  86. jupes says:

    Wow. Richmond have one goal to halftime.

  87. JC says:

    Oh God. Please make it stop.

  88. Rosie says:

    Calli I did miss it.

    You are good people.

    And I’d do the same for you (and some selected others) if you were ever stuck here.

  89. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    cross-fitting

    I read that as cross-dressing.

  90. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    jupes says:
    June 25, 2021 at 9:02 pm
    Wow. Richmond have one goal to halftime.

    And I’m liking it!

  91. m0nty says:

    Wow. Richmond have one goal to halftime.

    About evens to come back though.

  92. Armadillo says:

    Ned Kelly killed more Victorians than COVID.

    Dan has an entire state cowering in their homes, peaking through the curtains, afraid to venture outside under the threat of fines and arrest.

    Pussys.

  93. egg_ says:

    Winding up the VICtards…

  94. JC says:

    You know, if Glad Wrap succeeds in NSW, the communists in Victoria can’t afford another lockup. They’d be seriously fucked if they tried. This NSW covid event is important for the Vic Liars party and they have to hope Glad Wrap fails.

  95. mh says:

    Adolph Hitler meets Dark Emu.

    Noice.

  96. JC says:

    Eggleton, when did you move to FST? Far South Tasmania.

  97. Armadillo says:

    Ned Kelly, the Eureka Stockade and the little “COVID that could”.

    Three strikes and you should be out of the Commonwealth.

  98. egg_ says:

    This one?

    We all leave breadcrumbs, online anonymity is a fantasy.

    Remember FhuckWIT’s ‘bedsit’ putdown?

  99. egg_ says:

    Far South Tasmania.

    Haha, some retard gummint up North just forked out for nada.

    Stay tuned.

  100. Dot says:

    Eureka Stockade

    They get a pass on a lot of shit because of this.

  101. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    Rosie says:
    June 25, 2021 at 7:31 pm
    what was old is new again

    ‘100 Years Ago,’ a column in a local newsletter.

    “Allendale – Police Court
    Mr W.W. Harris, P.M., presided on the bench at the local court on Thursday last. Mounted Constable Treacy proceeded against a parent for having failed to have his child vaccinated. The defendant was not in attendance, but who pleaded guilty, was fined 10/-.

  102. Dot says:

    I am not sure she will, JC.

    The administrative state psychopaths are testing sewerage in…Bourke.

    They can only test for shed viral debris. It could be a vaccinated person shedding these, AFAIK.

    Imagine pretending you have studied every square or cubic millimetre of a rural town’s sewage systems, so routinely you notice very small changes in microbiota DNA/RNA signatures.

  103. Dot says:

    Mounted Constable Treacy

    What a sack of shit.

  104. Armadillo says:

    You know, if Glad Wrap succeeds in NSW, the communists in Victoria can’t afford another lockup.

    Damn right. Federal funds aren’t going to keep flowing to failed business model.

    And that’s what it’s all about. Handouts Vs results.

  105. JC says:

    Dot
    I’m not saying she will, I’m just suggesting the consequences if she does come out on top and Victoria goes into another lockdown…. you know that’s going to happen before the year is out.

  106. mh says:

    The administrative state psychopaths are testing sewerage in…Bourke.

    There needs to be a Hitler/NSW Health video.

  107. egg_ says:

    Rosie says:
    June 25, 2021 at 9:00 pm
    Wow

    wow
    /waʊ/
    INFORMAL
    exclamation
    expressing astonishment or admiration.
    “‘Wow!’ he cried enthusiastically”
    noun
    a sensational success.
    “your play’s a wow”
    verb
    impress and excite (someone) greatly.

  108. bespoke says:

    What pointless crap.

  109. Steve trickler says:

    This should strike a few chords.

    A dark intelligence had taken over every aspect of peoples lives, most didn’t even have a reason to go out. Their apartments had become their hive, their way of communication. Synthetic interaction had become the norm.

    Dark Intelligence | Dystopian Sci-Fi Short Film

  110. twostix says:

    I only know what I read right here, calli.

    Certain people – who were completely wrong about everything, formed a mob of chihuahuas for 14 months and hounded struth. And don’t like it when they’re occasionally given a good boot by people who got tired of them yapping away 14 hours a day.

    Struth is fair game, and so are they.

    But let us get one thing straight:
    Last April, it absolutely did take personal moxy to give the finger to the moment as it was and openly defy the fresh new mass imprisonment orders and lunatic Jonestown-massacre style mindset that had taken over much of the population.

    Notafan – who at that time was fresh getting over being a covidian lunatic – and so partly responsible for us all being in that situation in the first place, now playing revisionist mocking him for his small but courageous little traditionalist aussie personal protest: flouting the rules, defying authority and the mob, to go for a wander down to the local anzac statue on anzac day, the likes of her mocking that is absolutely worthy of a good booting.

  111. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    egg_ says:
    June 25, 2021 at 8:49 pm
    To the tune of ‘I still call ‘Straya Home’:
    From Hong Kong to Epping
    I’ve Headmastered Schools
    Online I’ve befriended
    An old spare parts tool…

    OK, egg, you’ve inspired me!

    From this thread to others
    It’s never closed down
    The Cat crowd is buoyant
    Despite the shrill sounds!
    I realise the Cat is the best place to be
    For cat brawls and hyperbole

  112. Rosie says:

    Keep lying.

    It’s a matter of public record.

    I objected to the attempted hijacking, I still do.

    My father didn’t die for st ruth’s bs, that’s for sure.

  113. Armadillo says:

    I reckon the Sheliah in NSW has got this exactly right.

    It’s going to expose the Vic/QLD Labour Governments for the totalitarian marxists they are. Infection rates are bullshit, and are merely manipulated statistics.

    Look at the death rates. You might as well be locked inside your own home on the pretence you could catch cancer.

  114. JC says:

    This mixed drink has been around for perhaps 500 years in Ireland and re-introduced to you by the most interesting, mad Irishman to ever walk the earth.

    Cocktail : The Irish Papaya Smash.

  115. egg_ says:

    Fleaspoke

  116. Franx says:

    Anzac Day is not a sacred day, even though it is ‘the one day of the year’.
    The bigger worry is the folding of the churches and their clergy. An ongoing scandal.
    And there is no one to organise nor anyone to be organised.

  117. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Damn right. Federal funds aren’t going to keep flowing to failed business model.

    And that’s what it’s all about. Handouts Vs results.

    If only that was true. So far, I’ve seen nothing that suggests the feds will stop with the handouts of one type or another. Not least because they’re now going to build at least two quarantine facilities. And guess where? Victoria and Qld.

    And on top of that we’ve still got the PM pushing for vaccine passports. If he really wanted to stick it up the premiers, he’d go to the HC and fight it out there. Instead, he bandies words and backtracks all over the place.

  118. Dot says:

    I’m sorry I must ask again, but WTF is a “human-bat interface”?!

  119. JC says:

    John McAfee
    @officialmcafee
    ·
    Jun 17

    The US believes I have hidden crypto. I wish I did but it has dissolved through the many hands of Team McAfee (your belief is not required), and my remaining assets are all seized. My friends evaporated through fear of association.

    I have nothing.

    Yet, I regret nothing.

    The US government caused his death. Just fucking evil. Every excuse dealing with suicide I will not except…with one exception. When the US government, through the IRS, goes after you. It’s actually not suicide but murder if a person takes their own life as a result.

  120. bespoke says:

    Notafan – who at that time was fresh getting over being a covidian lunatic – and so partly responsible for us all being in that situation in the first place, now

    Why single her out when there was many others.
    As for Struth, he went dark and I can’t fathom how people with such life experience can willfully dismiss this.

  121. egg_ says:

    Fleaspoke doesn’t do irony.

  122. Rosie says:

    No, its not Frank.

    But pretending that people fought for their country for whatever st ruth now claims is risible nonsense.

    My father would have scorned a ranty little hollow man like him.

    A Catholic gentleman faith and family always came first.

    It’s faithful Christians this country needs more than anything.

    They still exist, though numbers are too few.

  123. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    but WTF is a “human-bat interface”?!

    You in collision with Michelle Grattan

  124. JC says:

    Okay, he got the number wrong, but the direction was right.

    McAfee – How will you EAT your own D*CK? (Blockchain Cruise)

    On the Coinsbank Blockchain Cruise I cornered John McAfee to ask about his notorious price prediction that Bitcoin will hit $1M by 2020 or he will eat his own D*CK.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO5Z_o9krNo

  125. Rosie says:

    I broke the rules every day, I still do, I wrote letters, I encouraged others to speak up, I use twitter extensively to dispute the istandwithdan narrative and have coped far more abuse that drongo ever did here

    *partially responsible*

    Oh my aching sides.

  126. JC says:

    mh

    These days, it’s feasible he was whacked.

  127. Boambee John says:

    Armadillo

    Look at the death rates. You might as well be locked inside your own home on the pretence you could catch cancer.

    If lockdowns are justified based on the number of Kung Flu deaths and hospitalisations, then banning all motor vehicles would have far greater justification, based on road deaths and hospitalisations.

  128. Armadillo says:

    I’m sorry I must ask again, but WTF is a “human-bat interface”?!

    Just looking at the Australian COVID statistics. It appears they linked to a “WHO dashboard”.

    The fact that Kevin Rudd wanted to be the head of the UN tells you everything you need to know about globalist politics. Even Soros didn’t trust him kiss his arse sufficiently enough. A snakes belly is a pretty low bar.

  129. bespoke says:

    I wonder when the bot troll will reset.

  130. calli says:

    I’m sorry I must ask again, but WTF is a “human-bat interface”?!

    🍌 🍌🍌🍌….

  131. MatrixTransform says:

    Winding up the VICtards…

    won’t work … springs are fucked

  132. mh says:

    For what it’s worth

    John Mcafee From The Grave: I Did Not Kill Myself

    The Alex Jones Show

    Reports from the mainstream media are that virus software pioneer John McAfee Killed himself in a Spanish prison. But what they aren’t telling you is that he tweeted several times and even tattooed on his arm that he would be whacked by the deep state. Alex Jones breaks it all down and afterwards enjoy McAfee talking about evading the Belize authorities and shooting .50 cals with the INFOWARS crew. Rest In Peace John McAfee the world is more boring without you. 1945 to 2021.

  133. Fat Tony says:

    Rosie says:
    June 25, 2021 at 9:48 pm
    I broke the rules every day, I still do, I wrote letters, I encouraged others to speak up, I use twitter extensively to dispute the istandwithdan narrative and have coped far more abuse that drongo ever did here

    and you still refer to him as st ruth instead of struth
    why don’t you grow up you sad & bitter sack of shit

  134. Dave in Marybrook says:

    I realise the Cat is the best place to be
    For cat brawls and hyperbole

    Doesn’t rhyme
    amatuer

  135. Armadillo says:

    then banning all motor vehicles would have far greater justification, based on road deaths and hospitalisations.

    Climate change is a much greater threat. Got it.

    Marxists in democratic countries need to instil fear in more subtle ways. You need to introduce gulags slowly, over time.

    Fifty years is fuck all time when you consider the Romans. Hitler, Stalin and Mao almost achieved it in their lifetimes.

  136. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Zyco, if you’re about, I enjoyed that vid on the language and accent of the people on that island off Nth(?) Carolina.

  137. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Dave in Marybrook says:
    June 25, 2021 at 10:09 pm
    I realise the Cat is the best place to be
    For cat brawls and hyperbole
    Doesn’t rhyme
    amatuer

    Dave,
    Is that hyperbole because it’s not hyperbowl!

  138. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Richmond down & out tonight!

  139. jupes says:

    Richmond down & out tonight!

    Wow.

  140. Armadillo says:

    There are a lot of smart fuckers in this world.

    Hopefully some of them are still on our side.

  141. twostix says:

    Aussies tradtionally don’t like a mob. It gets our goat, you used to see people sticking up for kind of dickheads in public just because everyone started piling on them. There was almost a sport in standing up to a mob, you’d throw some shade then when you felt like the moment was right…you’d throw your lot in with the guy on the wrong side of it – the guy getting ‘picked on’.

    But there’s a mob spirit that has crept into the hearts of a big chunk of the australian. Open facebook: ginned up mob. Open news.com.au: ginned up mob. Go out your front door last year: ginned up mob. Don’t want to get a vaccine….weeeelll now, going to have a hard time in our society, says the mob.

  142. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    jupes, by 40 points!

  143. JC says:

    Rones

    Read what Stix has to say about pile-ons and how people generally hate pile-onners. It’s pretty accurate and also explaining why you’re a complete turd.

  144. Tel says:

    The US government caused his death. Just fucking evil. Every excuse dealing with suicide I will not except…with one exception. When the US government, through the IRS, goes after you. It’s actually not suicide but murder if a person takes their own life as a result.

    One of the most touching Peter Schiff episodes is when the US Federal Government sent him back a box of the last personal effects that his father had in prison … and the fucksticks send some other prisoner’s stuff possibly out of complete stupidity or maybe a final FU.

    I cannot find the episode … it was a commentary tacked on the end of another episode, which he often does … so you have to listen along if you want to get that stuff.

  145. egg_ says:

    bespoke says:
    June 25, 2021 at 9:57 pm
    I wonder…

    Probably in a permanent state of befuddlement.

  146. Armadillo says:

    I enjoyed that vid on the language and accent of the people on that island off Nth(?) Carolina.

    It reminded me a bit of “Aussie Slang”, but in a very localised context.

    The history of the “Australian English” language is interesting. In a nutshell, there were a heap of English, Irish, Welsh and Scotsmen thrown together in a far off place.

    They had to make do and communicate, so they borrowed off each other and melded the languages and sayings.

  147. jupes says:

    jupes, by 40 points!

    Yeah, you’re not going to win too many grand finals kicking only two goals for the game.

  148. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Another well thought out and informative post, from JC, raving on about non existent Cats.

    Silly old bugger.

  149. Armadillo says:

    Aussies tradtionally don’t like a mob.

    One on one. Never kick a man when he’s down.

    That went out the window when the mafia and gang culture arrived on our shores. Hollywood didn’t help.

  150. C.L. says:

    I reckon the Sheliah in NSW has got this exactly right.

    It’s going to expose the Vic/QLD Labour Governments for the totalitarian marxists they are.

    What am I missing?
    She’s following their example to the letter.

    If Gladys said NSW is putting its hospitals/aged ‘care’ ‘homes’ etc on guard but – apart from that – life goes on, then, only then, would she be a heroine of the piece.

    Australia has no heroes or heroines in public life during this entire preposterous episode of mass hysteria.
    Not one.

  151. jupes says:

    Australia has no heroes or heroines in public life during this entire preposterous episode of mass hysteria.
    Not one.

    Correct.

  152. Zyconoclast says:

    Bar Beach Swimmer says:
    June 25, 2021 at 10:13 pm

    👍

  153. m0nty says:

    Balta ACL and Broad syndesmosis, Tigers are cooked at 7-7.

  154. Armadillo says:

    The Italians are pretty much responsible for all our woes. If they hadn’t brought pizza, they wouldn’t have been allowed to step afoot our golden shores.

    They got lucky.

  155. Terry Pedersen says:

    I did laugh out loud at Freddy Fittler accusing the Maroons 18 year old wunderkind fullback of milking penalties and stating that Boyd Cordner iswas the epitome of fair play. He should have thought of someone else, maybe Damien Cook. Every Maroons supporter well remembers Origin II in 2018 when Cordner milked a penalty try by colliding with ben Hunt and falling to the ground.

  156. C.L. says:

    Did you have to watch the women’s SoO as punishment for something, Terry?

  157. Indolent says:

    I reckon the Sheliah in NSW has got this exactly right.

    It’s going to expose the Vic/QLD Labour Governments for the totalitarian marxists they are. Infection rates are bullshit, and are merely manipulated statistics.

    These two sentences are totally contradictory. What has she got right when there is NO ONE who is actually sick? How does that show up the other tyrants. She’s just another one of them.

  158. Terry Pedersen says:

    CL. Football, no matter the code, is a game for men. I never watch women attempting to play football.

  159. JC says:

    Rones
    You’re the worst offender here, always piling on from the rear. You’re a disgrace to this blog.

  160. mh says:

    I reckon the Sheliah in NSW has got this exactly right.

    And why is Dillo pretending that Gladys is not his Premier.

  161. Armadillo says:

    What am I missing?

    The fact that she’s decided not throw herself straight off a political cliff?

    She’s probably risked her position as the Liberal leader by going as far as she has. She would have been rolled.

    Baby steps. Once she’s proven right, they will rally behind her (the gutless pricks).

    Although I get your point. No guts, no glory.

  162. mh says:

    Is switched on the Women’s SOO at around the 60 minute mark, then all of a sudden it was over. Was it not 80 minutes?

    The Qld captain interviewed by CH9 said her team was “fucking great”.

  163. Terry Pedersen says:

    Gladys and Dr Charnt have stuffed up. The Eastern Suburbs of Sydney are sort of locked down but the COVID horse has already bolted.

  164. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Suffering Christ, who’s the old fool raving on about now?

    White ironed designer jeans, polished loafers, and his toupee on, crooked?

  165. Armadillo says:

    And why is Dillo pretending that Gladys is not his Premier.

    Because Dillo can’t spell her name. It’s nothing personal.

    Besides, if she wants to be an Australian, her name should be shorter, and end in an “O” (or “EY”).

    Foreigners with their long names have fucked up this country. Just wait until the full extent of the Indian and Sri Lankan invasion becomes fully apparent.

    Our public servants typing surnames into databases has halved their productivity.

  166. JC says:

    Look at Ronery, trying to sound uniquely tough.

    He has to lie about me … and this is the imbecile who lied about his net worth to bignote but didn’t understand how he was caught out. He still doesn’t because he’s innumerate.

  167. Timothy Neilson says:

    Rosie says:
    June 25, 2021 at 9:21 pm
    new York post Biden bishops and bible

    I am not a Catholic, so maybe my understanding of Catholic doctrine is erroneous – if so, Catholics on this site please do correct me.
    But I don’t understand how someone can claim that the Eucharist is a “right”.
    Who has “rights” against God?
    As I understand Catholic doctrine, the Eucharist is, in broad terms, a miracle granted by God by which the sacramental bread and wine is turned into the blood and body of Christ and performs a miraculous spiritual effect on the recipient.
    The priest may well have a duty to give the Eucharist to someone who approaches it in genuine submission to the authority of God, but also has no obligation to give it to anyone else, and may well have a duty to refuse to do so.
    If a Catholic priest believes on good grounds that someone demanding the Eucharist is doing so not in a spirit of submission to God but in an attempt to claim righteousness from God for their own repudiation of God’s commands as revealed in the Scriptures and the authoritative doctrines of the Catholic church, surely the priest is doing the right thing by refusing to permit the sacrament to be hijacked in that way?

  168. mh says:

    Gladys.
    Anna.

    The secret is to have a fvcking difficult surname so that everyone refers to you by your first name, then they begin to think you are a friend.

  169. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Suffering Christ, what’s the silly old bugger on about now?

    “Innumerate” Without a basic knowledge of mathematics or arithmetic.

    Go to bed and sleep it off, JoeC, you’re just drunk again.

  170. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Before I hit the farter, a conundrum for St. Ruth from the NT News:

    A tour bus has been ripped apart with windows shattered and luggage strewn by the road after colliding with a road train on the Stuart Hwy overnight.

    NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services responded to a two-vehicle collision between a tour bus and semi trailer on the Stuart Hwy, 15km south of Emerald Springs, at about 9.40pm on Thursday.

    Tour bus versus truck. Oh dear. Who to blame for this one? Let’s see:

    Senior Sergeant Sonia Kennon said police received a report at 9.40pm on Thursday of a crash on the Stuart Hwy 15km south of Emerald Springs, which involved a northbound semi-trailer which had collided with a southbound bus.

    “It appears the truck veered onto the wrong side of the road colliding with the bus, causing the truck to leave the road and crashing into trees,” she said.

    Bing-bong!
    Bing-bong-bing-bong-bing-bong-bing-bong!

  171. Armadillo says:

    How does that show up the other tyrants.

    It takes time to turn around a ship. Even when it’s your own.

    You need to remember, it’s not a normal ship. The crew sitting below decks are the ones with the cutlasses and the sharpening stones.

  172. JC says:

    The Rones is even more disgusting when he’s lying. It’s offensive to the rest of us.

    We all know he lied and didn’t understand how he could be found out.

  173. Armadillo says:

    It’s like Joe Biden is the Captain of “Good Ship America”. LOL.

    That fucker is tied to the mask, much like the dude from “Weekend at Bernies” was strapped to a ski.

    The advantage Joe has going for him is a pulse. For now.

  174. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Yeah, yeah, yeah , go to bed, JoeC. Drunk again. This blog owns you. Pathetic, really.

  175. Tony Rooney says:

    Knuckle Dragger says:
    June 25, 2021 at 11:29 pm
    Before I hit the farter, a conundrum for St. Ruth from the NT News:

    A tour bus has been ripped apart with windows shattered and luggage strewn by the road after colliding with a road train on the Stuart Hwy overnight.

    NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services responded to a two-vehicle collision between a tour bus and semi trailer on the Stuart Hwy, 15km south of Emerald Springs, at about 9.40pm on Thursday.

    Tour bus versus truck. Oh dear. Who to blame for this one? Let’s see:

    Senior Sergeant Sonia Kennon said police received a report at 9.40pm on Thursday of a crash on the Stuart Hwy 15km south of Emerald Springs, which involved a northbound semi-trailer which had collided with a southbound bus.

    “It appears the truck veered onto the wrong side of the road colliding with the bus, causing the truck to leave the road and crashing into trees,” she said.

    Bing-bong!
    Bing-bong-bing-bong-bing-bong-bing-bong!

    Saw it this morning. Ripped the entire drivers side everything, all of it, right off the truck/bus.

    Amazingly only a broken arm for the bus driver and a broken leg for the truckie.

    How can this be I hear you ask. Particularly when the speed limit on that section of the Stuart Highway was 130 KPH both ways, for a combined potential impact speed of 260KPH?

    Well the speed limit is 130 KPH only in theory…

    If both vehicles were following one of the caravans with Victorian number plates, that currently infest the Stuart Highway in the way mice currently plague Western NSW, the combined speed at impact would only have been about 120 KPH.

  176. Armadillo says:

    The secret is to have a fvcking difficult surname so that everyone refers to you by your first name, then they begin to think you are a friend.

    I’ve had a gut full of those bastards when you order take away. They ask for your name.

    They then pretend that it’s your first name when you go to collect. It’s like “Thank you Smith” or “Thank you Jones”.

    I’m pretty sure the dickheads know.

  177. JC says:

    Pathetic Rones. You’re drunk every night , which we all know. And you’re accusing me of being drunk…which occurs about once a year.

    What a sad and pathetic figure you are.

  178. mh says:

    In the old days, anyone with surnames like Anna and Gladys have would be run out of town.

    Now they are locking us up.

  179. Armadillo says:

    I’ve been dealing with these Thai people once a week for about 15 years.

    Sometimes I collect, other times it’s another family member.

    FFS, same thing. “Thank you Armadillo”. You would think the penny would drop. I’m tempted to ask them if they named their kids, siblings and grandparents “Bob” or some shit.

    We only put up with it because they can cook.

  180. Geoff Cruickshank says:

    Used to be called the land of the fair go.
    The fair go
    Now seems
    Fairly long gone.

  181. Twostix:

    But let us get one thing straight:
    Last April, it absolutely did take personal moxy to give the finger to the moment as it was and openly defy the fresh new mass imprisonment orders and lunatic Jonestown-massacre style mindset that had taken over much of the population.

    + Lots.
    Struth is OK.

  182. Rosie says:

    Nothing like a bit of hysterical hyperbole.

    And it appears to be as contagious as the Delta strain.

  183. Rosie says:

    Timothy

    I’m no theologian but

    One is supposed to be in a state of grace, no mortal sins and receive only after making a sincere confession but those in a wilful state of mortal sin?

    St Paul had something to say about that

    The church is also very clear that public figures that create scandal are self excommunicated and should not approach.

  184. Whalehunt Fun says:

    Savva’s a lefty. Which is another word for sick. Her disappearing is unimportant. None but the mentally afflicted read or watch her spewings.

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