1,312 thoughts on “Open Thread – Weekend 6 Nov 2021”

  1. “Just got stung on the hand by a fucking bee or wasp sitting outside eating pizza.”

    Perhaps you shouldn’t have annoyed it while it was eating pizza??


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  2. Struth says:

    November 7, 2021 at 11:41 am

    This is a global socialist coup d etat organised predominantly by WEF and the agenda is to control ze vorld with digital technology and kill off at least a few billion.

    November 7, 2021 at 5:47 pm

    The hospitals are full of ADE victims.

    Having plenty to keep me busy for years and the lack of dead people in the streets, I didn’t think much about the why is this still happening until several months ago. That is to say the ongoing absurd narrative about the planned scamdemic and the ongoing drive to force jabs on everybody just about everywhere.

    I assumed it would just wind down, go away and die at some point exactly as per the original bird flu and later swine flu media hyped non-pandemics. The criminals, Chinese assets/ admirers and communists that crew Australian organisations, institutions and governments all the happier with offshore accounts as well as pockets full of cash. Pharmaceutical companies laughing at the raucacity of the scam and the world wide abrogation of liabilities for “vaccine” injuries- looking forward to the billions in further useless and plain harmful product sales.

    I had read all that stuff about Agenda 21 then later 2030 on the UN and other websites ages ago and thought what a load of bullshit that would never happen.

    Then I noticed the other month how the deaths and adverse reactions recorded by the TGA hadn’t even doubled from prior the the jabbing drives. The recent Federal Identify and Disrupt Bill, this Digital Identity one, the updated Biosecurity Act…then the Victorian Enabling Act. All the seemingly gleeful bashing of protesters and people in general by NSW Police with the various contracted foreign security firms joining in Victoria. Federal and State governments pissing on whatever laws and international treaty obligations suits them on that given day/week/ month.

    This is clearly not leading to a good time or place. It is really bad. Anyways, for some Sunday viewing, I thought this fellow giving a rather qualified opinion with the training people to respond to biological, chemical…etc… attacks background being rather valid:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/ASxjVPddnApF/

    I rather agree. Probably is a corona virus here and there causing some deaths however at this point the “vaccines” are doing what they were designed to do. Everybody that the media announces as a covid breakthrough death, are rather victims of the “vaccines” having the intended effect.

    I guess the burning question is, who and how far up the chain of command in the country is aware of what is going on?


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  3. Rabz says:
    November 7, 2021 at 9:37 pm

    “JC and Jan Wench” – A tale of an impossible romance, available in hard and soft back, by best selling authorette, Emily Bronte. ?

    Dude, she was freaking gorgeous in her youth.


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  4. but she was eminently bangable in her youth.

    You’re hopeless head prefect; she’s got possum cheeks. I put up Noa Tishby earlier today, as a concession to your predilection for younger actresses. Forget Jana.


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  5. BBS

    Up our way, we are still not allowed to go anywhere other than essential providers with “Freedom Day” – I spit on such an idea – not to be declared until the residents of NSW reach 95% double vaxxed or on December 15, which originally was announced as December 1 for everyone. (So much for keeping faith with electors).

    On 24 September, when he was still Treasurer, Perrotet said on 2GB that:

    “Once every single person in this state has had the opportunity to be vaccinated then we should open up for everyone.

    “I want to see more unity and not a two-tiered society.

    “It’s not the government’s role to provide freedom.”

    The first backward step didn’t take long, leading to the 95%/15 December current offering (I won’t call it a promise unless it is actually delivered).


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  6. she was freaking gorgeous in her youth
    she was eminently bangable in her youth

    The comments above were not made by this commenter. I wouldn’t be allowed to get away with them (thank goodness). 🙂

    I post enough comments about aesthetically pleasing young women as it is.

    There is nothing wrong with celebrating beauty.


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  7. You’re beyond hope. Wendt is a carton of MacDonald’s fries, Noa is a Viking steak cooked in pepper and a dash of finest Sicilian olive oil. Give yourself an uppercut.


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  8. it was pretty wild wind a week ago.

    went for an afternoon jolly up the beach today.
    saw a row of 4 apartments right on the beach
    roof was peeled off completely
    like an opened can of sardines

    looking through the windows from the beach you could still see clothes hanging in a wardrobe
    went up the street beside and the roof was peeled back with the chandelier pointing to the sky

    one of the four was empty like the roof left with the internal walls as well


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  9. Victorians only – vaxxed or not – Andrews’ permanent pandemic Bill will affect you negatively.

    Signed Gab! (And quite a few more on the petition list).


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  10. Gab says:
    November 7, 2021 at 9:58 pm
    URGENT
    Victorians only –

    Gab – why only Victorians? All Australians are going to get fucked over with this type of “legislation”.


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  11. Joanna at 8.50:

    Queenslanders will also get another opportunity to attend on November 20th. Cairns, Townsville, Bundaberg and Gympie will all be hosting protests.

    I hope there’s a bang-on crowd at all of them. Queensland’s a big place, so it’s excellent to see the regional areas having a crack.

    I could be snarking here about this being a money-where-your-permanently-open-it-would-seem-gob is for some, and if I did that snark would be very, very legitimate.

    However, and taking a broader view – it would be superb to get big numbers at regional events like this.


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  12. Gab – why only Victorians? All Australians are going to get fucked over with this type of “legislation”.

    Because it is a Victorian Bill only and as the directions on the petition state, it is only to be signed by Victorians.


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  13. Dover, I’m experiencing a bug that seems to have become fixed, whereas it used to only happen occasionally.

    When I click on hotlinks I get there no problem but when I click the back button I get sent back to the post I clicked away from BUT only for a moment, then I get sent back to the link location.

    The next click on the back button then sends me back to the previous page and I have to click over to the current cat page & scroll through to where I first clicked away from.

    This means I just don’t bother with most hotlinks now, which is a pity as many here post links to great content.

    If an actual link address is posted instead of a hotlink, I can at least copy & paste it on a new tab & not lose my place here.


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  14. BBS, my link method is foolproof, and similar to Johanna’s.

    First, copy the URL you want to link to. It’s always in second strip down across the top.
    Then highlight by a drag over it the word or words in your comment that suit your link.
    Then press the link box from the four choices above, whereupon another box comes up with https:// written in it. Backspace in this new box to clear that new box entirely of the https:// stuff and then paste your own desired URL (no matter how long or short it is) into the now empty box.
    Press OK, and you are done.


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  15. I know, right although Jana doesn’t compare with Tractor Kelly’s natural beauty.

    I was dumb enough to click on that, JC. I thought maybe Megyn Kelly. But I got someone who looks like a discarded gumboot. Thanks for that.


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  16. Mary Durack passed away after a 16-month battle with motor neurone disease.

    Vale Mary Durack: a pioneer descendent who embodied everything we love about the East Kimberley
    Picture: Sarah Duguid
    Stephanie SinclairThe Kimberley Echo
    Sat, 6 November 2021 2:00AM

    The East Kimberley has lost one of its most passionate advocates, after Kununurra’s beloved Mary Durack died last week following a 16-month battle with motor neurone disease.

    With a connection to the East Kimberley dating back to her pioneering ancestors who established the region’s first pastoral stations in the late 1800s, Mary became a well-known figure in the North West following her return to Kununurra in 2017.

    While born in Perth, the former botanist, marine biologist and teacher had a lifelong attraction to the region and — like her ancestors — a strong pull towards Australia’s Top End, spending much of her life in the Kimberley, Northern Territory and Queensland.

    Her brother Jeremy Durack said it was her family roots and admiration for Indigenous culture that drew her to northern Australia and the East Kimberley.

    “Mary was a restless spirit and she travelled all over Australia; every five to 10 years she would move, but she was drawn back to Kununurra,” he said.

    “She was very interested in Aboriginal culture and people, it was really the compass for her life and the common thread.”

    Ms Durack studied Aboriginal education as part of her teaching degree, and became an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tutor in Townsville when she left university.

    After several teaching roles in Perth and the South West, she moved into public service and consulting work, becoming involved in opening the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University in 1994.

    Her role as a policy and planning officer for the Aboriginal Affairs Department brought her to Derby in the mid-90s, before she moved overseas in 2004 to run an Aboriginal art gallery in Paris.

    Upon her return to Australia she settled in the Northern Territory for several years, but in 2017 returned to her family roots in the East Kimberley where she played what was perhaps her most important role in connecting with Aboriginal branches of the Durack family.



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  17. Thanks for the encouragement re the Gardenia, Calli. I have fingers crossed for it to burst into beautiful blooms and to not lose too many more leaves. Does the White Oil hurt the existing leaves? Does it have to be mist sprayed off or can it just remain and the leaves still breathe OK? I gave it half a pint of water today so will lay off any more for a few days at least. It consists of numerous tall branches where at the top the leaves are glossy green and the buds are huge. Not too many leaves left on the lower branch areas though. Eventually, when a Cumquat tree is found that suits, the Gardenia will probably be planted out in the lower garden. I suspect that it is root bound in its small-for-size pot.

    The Currawong fledgies btw are still doing well, cheeping away for food from their new digs in the huge Magnolia Grandiflora outside our main bathroom. Last year’s nest is merely a mess of twigs still hanging on within a crook of the Jacaranda, a far cry from tugging at heart strings, but this year’s nest in the Ptosperum has that recently-forsaken sadness about it. The perfect little basket weave cup they make is still secured to the twig foundation. It is filling with Jacaranda blossoms, the carpeting evanescence of each spring cycle.


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  18. MatrixTransform says:
    November 7, 2021 at 10:00 pm
    it was pretty wild wind a week ago.

    On my morning walk Friday, I ambled past this lovely old place which was in the same family for 50 years before selling last January. The owners had given it a full renovation, painted it white and we’re ready to move in.

    The wild wind you mentioned took out ten of those massive pine trees you can see stretching across the back of the photo. The 2 metre+ root balls popped out like corks and fell the full length of the house. Sadly, it is so badly damaged it has to be demolished.


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  19. I see there was a protest rally on the Gold Coast today.
    With no impediment to Queenssslanders attending, I look forward to the on-the-spot reports from twostix

    Ok m0nty.

    lol you really are a whiny old faggot.

    And yet with all your vaccine passport privileges, here you are all weekend shit posting yet another 10,000 worthless unread comments, while all these unvaccinated people around you, who alone are worth one million of you, who are desperate to go out and live, can’t.

    Funny old world isn’t it?


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  20. Dear Cats

    I need your assistance and advice.

    I watched Jen Psaki on TV today. I think she’s horny.

    I would pork her in a heartbeat.

    Please help.

    Yours BinWA


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  21. Dear Bruce in WA:

    It is quite some time since your last consultation.
    During the time Covid-19 has forced our practice to suspend patient consultations, your eyesight may have deteriorated more than you at first realise.
    This may have a deleterious effect upon your personal & professional life.

    Please phone and book a consultation.

    Kind Regards,
    Your Optician.


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  22. Victorians might wonder how it is that QLD – which is chock full of guys like Struth, has remained largely free for the longest, and Victoria which is chock full of big brained ‘optics’ concerned sophisticates like m0nty and leigh-lowe was the gateway through which the absolute worst of this stuff entered the country and establishes itself.

    On the up and up tens of thousands of normal Victorians are literally fleeing Victoria to get away from them to be neigbours with guys like Struth which is funny.


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  23. Dear Bruce in WA:

    It is quite some time since your last consultation.
    During the time Covid-19 has forced our practice to suspend patient consultations, your eyesight may have deteriorated more than you at first realise.
    This may have a deleterious effect upon your personal & professional life.

    Please phone and book a consultation.

    Kind Regards,
    Your Optician.

    Dear Optician

    There’s only one “eye” looking at her, and it’s quite happy!

    Cheers

    BinWA


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  24. What is your point, stix other than trying to sound superior, which for a Queensland yokel is kind of amusing.

    Victorians might wonder how it is that QLD – which is chock full of guys like Struth, has remained largely free for the longest

    Oh maybe the weather has something to do with it with people spending more time outside. Perhaps, it maybe because of struth’s enormous IQ. Clearly, he’s the smartest guy in any room.


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  25. Speaking of QLD politics, man oh man, talk about demotion:

    Goondiwindi Mayor Lawrence Springborg on Wednesday night noted the increasing Covid cluster in the nearby NSW town of Moree and said he was on standby for further Queensland health advice on travel restrictions.

    That would be serial loser former leader of the LNP, now mayor of Goondiwindi. He’s waiting for instructions from the Labor government – so no change from any other time in his life then.

    Brace yourself for an insight into the political titan’s mind:

    “The great irony is that we may never fully realise the success of our region’s vaccination rate, as we will only ever know the number of positive cases and not how many were prevented,” Mr Springborg said.

    Well said, Mayor of Goondiwindi, well said.


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  26. To be fair to total political flop Lawrence Springborg;

    He is the only leader of the opposition who actually went anywhere near winning an election during the 20-odd years of Beattie/Bligh ALP maladministration.

    He actually managed to spook them.


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  27. Driller

    Remember when you were on one of your depression induced drunk blowharding chapters and you told us you came from

    Labor Royalty

    Lord, you’re a fucking idiot.


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  28. Dover, I’m experiencing a bug that seems to have become fixed, whereas it used to only happen occasionally.

    Try just right click hotlink and opening in new tab.
    Also, when I try click then back no problem for me.


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  29. Bosi sounds like a nutter.

    Sure but could you imagine him in Parliament? FMD he’d put a rocket up them and wouldn’t back down. And he couldn’t fuck up the place any more than it already is.


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  30. DrBeauGansays:
    November 7, 2021 at 11:39 pm
    Bosi sounds like a nutter.

    Maybe. In August 2020 a contact of mine in the reserves told me they were being taught riot tactics, and they had never done that before.

    Sure but could you imagine him in Parliament? FMD he’d put a rocket up them and wouldn’t back down. And he couldn’t fuck up the place any more than it already is.

    Well, we can’t argue with that.

    Anyone who brings us back to sanity – non-suicidal policies, restoring civil liberties and getting spending back under control & reigning in licensing which has exploded lately has my vote – or at least my preferences.


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  31. We’re gonna get fucked harder than that journalist that made up she was raped with a flag pole by 200 Arabs and didn’t die (LOL):

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/rogerpielke/2019/09/30/net-zero-carbon-dioxide-emissions-by-2050-requires-a-new-nuclear-power-plant-every-day/?sh=6864f23c35f7

    …the math here is simple: to achieve net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, the world would need to deploy 3 Turkey Point nuclear plants worth of carbon-free energy every two days, starting tomorrow and continuing to 2050. At the same time, a Turkey Point nuclear plant worth of fossil fuels would need to be decommissioned every day, starting tomorrow and continuing to 2050.

    I’d hate to say it, but stopping net zero might be a bigger deal than our civil liberties crisis.


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  32. In August 2020 a contact of mine in the reserves told me they were being taught riot tactics, and they had never done that before.

    The ADF have been doing that for decades. In the early 90s we were ‘trained’ in urban crowd control tactics at company level. Not all that often, granted, but it appeared to be one of the suite of things that required some training now and then so a box could be ticked somewhere way up the chain under the heading of ‘capabilities’.


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  33. dover0beachsays:
    November 8, 2021 at 1:05 am

    Dover, I’m experiencing a bug that seems to have become fixed, whereas it used to only happen occasionally.

    Try just right click hotlink and opening in new tab.
    Also, when I try click then back no problem for me.

    Thank you, I’ll try & see how it goes.


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  34. Megansays:
    November 7, 2021 at 11:38 pm

    Terrible. A beautiful old mansion like that. I’ve said before and say again trees are dangerous and the only good tree near a house is in the floorboards.


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