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Australian Football / Re: Newcastle Jets - Rollercoaster of Fucked*
« Last post by Hybrid on Today at 10:26:42 pm »
Jobs for the... people already on the payroll.
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Fucking leave our team alone!  Go buy the Victory players you pricks. :thumbdown:
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Political Bollocks / Re: British Politics
« Last post by SGD on Today at 09:50:16 pm »
There's no magic money tree!

Maybe she ran through a field of magic money trees at the weekend?

so has anyone worked out if she's breaking the Good Friday Agreement by jumping into bed with the DUP? (Ie. by Westminster not being "neutral" in Norn Iron?
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Political Bollocks / Re: Federal Politics XVI: 18 more months of Malcolm
« Last post by SGD on Today at 09:45:33 pm »
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/jun/27/tony-abbott-trumpets-conservative-manifesto-we-need-to-make-australia-work-again

This bloke is absolutely cooked.

 :lol:

“We need to make Australia work again – because our country, plainly, is not working as it should.” - Yes that country with a record run of economic growth, and some of the highest levels of average income and wealth in the world.

Also, you get cheaper electricity by stoping new power generation through wind farms?
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Never Mind the B*ll*cks / Re: The Cricket Thread XVI: Steve O'Keefe for PM
« Last post by SGD on Today at 09:38:35 pm »
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This series of games was meant to be about the future but, at Edgbaston at least, it was a couple of faces from the past that made the greatest impression.

Shiv Chanderpaul, who seems to have been scoring runs since the invention of electricity, dominated the first day of pink-ball Championship cricket here with the 76th century of a remarkable first-class career.

Lancashire were 55 for 4 not long after he reached the crease. Haseeb Hameed, a year younger than Chanderpaul's son, Tagenarine, had already fallen - a torturous innings ended by an uppish drive to a short, straight mid-of - and Jos Buttler had gone, too, a 20-ball 2 ended by an attempted pull against a delivery too full for the stroke.

But Chanderpaul reacted with the same imperturbable calm that has characterised so much of his career. It wasn't especially pretty - of course it wasn't - but it wasn't slow (his century took only 129 balls) and it was, in its way, a masterful demonstration of how to compile runs on a slow wicket against an accurate attack. This was his third Championship century of the season and, aged 42 and averaging 76.42, he has proved himself a successful short-term signing.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/story/1106288.html

What a guy. Windies should say fuck it and give him a proper farewell in their upcoming tour of England in Aug/Sep. I'm desperately clinging on to the very few guys who made their international debuts in 1999 who are still playing international cricket and a Chanderpaul recall would take that continuous link back to 1994...including the first match I watched and got into cricket over.

Love it and just like Buffon.... I'm just happy that there's players out there who are older than me - I'm already older than some managers. 
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Never Mind the B*ll*cks / Re: Star Wars Thread I: Han Shot First
« Last post by Belldiouf on Today at 09:30:51 pm »
What about the Clone Wars movie?  ;)

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Kind of a shame CCM have to use a Visa spot at GK and not in the outfield.

Guess there aren't too many options.  Maybe Cisak.
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Never Mind the B*ll*cks / Re: Star Wars Thread I: Han Shot First
« Last post by Mr2046 on Today at 09:09:42 pm »
I refuse to participate until this "A New Hope" nonsense is dumped and Star Wars is rightfully referred to as Star Wars or SW.

On this, I am in complete agreement. A New Hope is a terrible name.
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This series of games was meant to be about the future but, at Edgbaston at least, it was a couple of faces from the past that made the greatest impression.

Shiv Chanderpaul, who seems to have been scoring runs since the invention of electricity, dominated the first day of pink-ball Championship cricket here with the 76th century of a remarkable first-class career.

Lancashire were 55 for 4 not long after he reached the crease. Haseeb Hameed, a year younger than Chanderpaul's son, Tagenarine, had already fallen - a torturous innings ended by an uppish drive to a short, straight mid-of - and Jos Buttler had gone, too, a 20-ball 2 ended by an attempted pull against a delivery too full for the stroke.

But Chanderpaul reacted with the same imperturbable calm that has characterised so much of his career. It wasn't especially pretty - of course it wasn't - but it wasn't slow (his century took only 129 balls) and it was, in its way, a masterful demonstration of how to compile runs on a slow wicket against an accurate attack. This was his third Championship century of the season and, aged 42 and averaging 76.42, he has proved himself a successful short-term signing.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/story/1106288.html

What a guy. Windies should say fuck it and give him a proper farewell in their upcoming tour of England in Aug/Sep. I'm desperately clinging on to the very few guys who made their international debuts in 1999 who are still playing international cricket and a Chanderpaul recall would take that continuous link back to 1994...including the first match I watched and got into cricket over.
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That side posted by dibo looks dire to me. Baro the only one who'd make the 11 at a top six side last season. Rose & Rowles those with potential.

Expecting good things from hiariej. Have femily over there who say he is quality.

Still a 1st choice GK to come as well by sounds. As well as striker

Rose surely CB, mcging cm.
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