2,335 thoughts on “Open Thread-Mon 15 Nov 2021”

  1. At one stage it was the Malice army against the Karvelas beta’s (all with water drips & syringes in their profiles).
    Sledge after sledge.
    It was hard to keep up because a lot of the of Karvelas cucks have their tweets protected.


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  2. areffsays:
    November 19, 2021 at 7:16 pm
    https://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/news/special-features/in-depth/kielan-meddick-shares-journey-to-womanhood-years-after-suppressing-her-indentity/news-story/0035baf5de87c403cc4448d15e20cab2

    A little background on Ms Meddick, who isn’t, and never has been, a lady

    FMD; I am so sick of these fucking weirdos having influence and power; and his dumb dad is the animal justice party leader. Freaks.


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  3. and was under the impression that it had to be done this year.

    That’s not my understanding for existings.
    My personal & business accountants said that when I raised it with them both over the past few weeks.


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  4. Prime Mong Scott Morrison has condemned the incident, taking to social media to say it had “no place in Australia”.

    Well, what else can he say?
    No one in their right mind thinks it’s okay to throw something at someone’s head.
    Someone runs into the back of your car, you get out and HammerPunch him.
    Is that okay?
    Not any more.


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  5. incoherent rambler says:
    November 19, 2021 at 3:56 pm
    The government is making lots and lots of enemies.
    Politicians see this as an on/off thing. It is not.
    They do not understand the damage that true hatred will have upon their election prospects.

    I typed something very pointed here then thought better of it, Dover does not need any blowback. Our governments, state and federal, should think very carefully because we are and we will neither forget not forgive.


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  6. This Paino stuff happened years ago.
    Any chance he wanted to stay on against the wishes of everyone with a brain, and this is the equivalent of the signed undated Letter Of Resignation?


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  7. No one in their right mind thinks it’s okay to throw something at someone’s head.

    Wrong, Grigory. It’s a standard leftwit tactic. Ask Fraser Anning.

    Except the kid didn’t like getting anything done back to him. And neither did the ABC…


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  8. Any chance he wanted to stay on against the wishes of everyone with a brain

    It’s a Big Pharma conspiracy, vaccinating Australian Cricket against any Warble Fly-like return by Joe Burns…


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  9. “No one in their right mind thinks it’s okay to throw something at someone’s head.”

    Did you think that when an egg was thrown at Fraser Anning…or Scott Morrison? Did you think that when Tony Abbott was assaulted in Hobart? Did you think that when a Liberal campaign worker in Warringah, on election eve in May 2019, was STABBED with a corkscrew?

    I remember the reaction of the left after those incidents….they took to social media and laughed.

    Spare me the hypocrisy.


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  10. Crossie says:
    November 19, 2021 at 9:11 pm
    incoherent rambler says:
    November 19, 2021 at 3:56 pm
    The government is making lots and lots of enemies.
    Politicians see this as an on/off thing. It is not.
    They do not understand the damage that true hatred will have upon their election prospects.

    I typed something very pointed here then thought better of it, Dover does not need any blowback. Our governments, state and federal, should think very carefully because we are and we will neither forget not forgive.

    It’s not the forgive nor forget bit that should have them worried – it’s the vengeance when family members have been murdered by these mandated experimental gene-therapies.


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  11. Wadey is the obvious choice of Players and everyone else with a brain, but they’ll probably go with Uzzie.
    Why else bring him back at 34 when his best Cricket is ten years ago?
    So it looks like Painos cards were marked after the disastrous Border/Gavaskar Trophy Series, yet he is too dumb to work it out.


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  12. I remember the reaction of the left after those incidents….they took to social media and laughed.

    I don’t define my opinions in terms of what silly people on Social Media say.
    As a matter of fact, I don’t read Social Media and I heartily recommend that more people give it a miss.


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  13. I don’t define my opinions in terms of what silly people on Social Media say.
    As a matter of fact, I don’t read Social Media and I heartily recommend that more people give it a miss.

    So why are you here then, Grigory?

    Propaganda Warfare?

    GetUp! and the ‘Health’ Department of the Peepulz Repoblig of New Sarf Wells are reeeeeally not getting their monies’ worth out of you…


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  14. Here are some indisputable facts….

    Ninety percent of political violence in this country is from the left.

    Ninety-five percent of terrorism in this country (and across the globe) is from a particular religious ideology.


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  15. the thing is …

    20 years ago I end under suspicion for simply staying in the same hotel as Kim jong Il

    now … we have Scomo’s PR team tweeting out support for the most liminal, shit-talking cross-dressing, thinly veiled commie, Mee Dick

    Liberal party idiots

    maybe … just maybe, youse should be looking closer to home for the subversion

    fucking mongs


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  16. “I don’t define my opinions in terms of what silly people on Social Media say.
    As a matter of fact, I don’t read Social Media and I heartily recommend that more people give it a miss.”

    I note you haven’t answered the questions.


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  17. Ninety percent of political violence in this country is from the left.

    Whatever.
    90% of fuck all is still fuck all.
    Tell us about the 10% that’s not from the Left.
    I’m sure i’m not the only one who would like to hear that story.


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  18. Ha, ha, ha, Photios’s Whore. Kelly has got 80,000 members.
    You can’t even rig an election when you have all the media, the Liars and the filth working for you.
    Oops, am I being un-Australian?
    Gotta run, paint can throwing training is starting.


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  19. BTW, if you can’t cook for … but you’re up for a Happy Saturday Breakfast …

    Sweet Raisin Bread French Toast –

    Ingredients –

    2 slices of Coles Cafe Style Raisin Bread
    1 Egg (from 700gm sized carton Minimum)
    1 milk bottle cap of Milk
    1 dessert spoon of Caster Sugar

    a small (or to save on oil, bread slice sized), frypan with a few mil of Peanut or Sunflower Oil

    Optional Toppings eg. Banana slices, Berries, Maple Syrup, Whipped Cream, Ice Cream etc.

    Method –

    Whip up the egg, milk & sugar – in a mug with a drink frother is ideal – a fork & wrist action will do.
    *Make sure all the yoke & white is evenly broken up. You don’t want ‘scrambled eggs’ in your pan fried spiced fruit cake.

    Pour the egg mix into into a ‘European Soup Bowl’/not too shallow small plate.

    Heat the oil while you soak a Raisin Bread slice in the Egg & Milk mix, both sides.

    Gently place the soaked Raisin Bread in the medium heated oil, turn a few times to check the oil’s not too hot, and cook until puffed & on the brown side of gold.

    Remove onto paper towelled plate & repeat with the next slice that was soaking in the rest of egg mix.

    Eat as is or with a sprinkle of Castor or Cinnamon Sugar or top or with all the goodies you feel like.
    **
    1 LARGE Egg & 1 Cap of Milk, to 2 Slices, is the average measure.

    Your children, working men & nursing mothers will love you for it.
    It’s a, “Christmas For Breakfast or Anytime”, that anyone can knock up with ease and the cheap staples in your kitchen.


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  20. “No one in their right mind thinks it’s okay to throw something at someone’s head”.

    No it’s much better to throw the head at something. EG: A concrete floor, the Victorian Police find.


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  21. Rabz says:
    November 19, 2021 at 10:20 pm
    Two of my favourite rock ‘n’ roll dinobores expounding about the song that is all about that legendary slim pale skinned long haired brunette … ?

    Know a bloke who writes, plays & looks like Elvis Costello, but you know how it goes, once you have one … still, the one cd I have of his, is an enduring favourite.


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  22. Work Update:

    Another email from boss and brief discussion. Meeting scheduled with HR for Thursday. My guess is that they will be terminating me on Thursday.

    One thing I would like everyone’s thoughts on, in communication they keep stating that I am “unable” to comply with the health directive. The reality is that I’m unwilling. There must be a reason for using the term “unable”?


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  23. There must be a reason for using the term “unable”?

    You’re “unable” to comply with the “health directives”, because you have chosen not to do so.

    In reality, you are “unwilling”, a term which now seems to be out of fashion – and out of recognition.

    Stay in there, Squire – do not submit.


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  24. Someone runs into the back of your car, you get out and HammerPunch him.
    Is that okay?

    Well, you can’t rule it out. Horses for courses.

    If the other driver was a Broncos supporter, it’s on like Donkey Kong.


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  25. More brilliance. Door wiiiiiide open:

    but they’ll probably go with Uzzie.
    Why else bring him back at 34 when his best Cricket is ten years ago?

    Like Joe Burns?


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  26. Why bring him back?
    And as an Opener?
    Look, Wadey has made more runs in the Shield over the last 3 years than anyone else.
    So why play him as an Opener when he’s made all his runs for Tasmania in the middle order?
    Davey is coming back, but if he fails in the first 2 Tests we’re on wood and he’s got to go.
    Why not bring Burnsie back with Harris and try to save the Series?
    And ditch Uzzie and make Wadey skipper?


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  27. James Morrow on Twitter tonight….

    James Morrow
    @pwafork
    Andy Meddick to captain Australia. No one is better at spin.
    8:02 PM · Nov 19, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

    James Morrow
    @pwafork
    I’m so mad I could throw a can of spray paint at someone and then claim they went me first because of who my father is!
    7:23 PM · Nov 19, 2021·Twitter for iPhone



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  28. Look, Wadey has made more runs in the Shield over the last 3 years than anyone else.

    That’s remarkably offensive to Australian domestic cricketers, Grigory…


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  29. Soooo, it wasn’t a long-standing affair Tim Paine was having with the cricket chick, who kept the dick pic in the bank and only used it after Paine ended it.

    It turned out to be much more simple than that.

    She was a thieving little strumpet caught with her finger in the Cricket Tasmania till and sacked six months after the text exchange (which is when it first came to light), and is only now throwing it in the air when her staeling matter has finally hit the courts (Focks):

    Cricket Tasmania has revealed the allegations raised against Tim Paine by a former employee were only brought to their attention when formal charges of theft were laid against her in mid-2018.

    Cricket Tasmania Chairman Andrew Gaggin said there was no complaint raised [by the woman, against Paine] at the time of the incident in November 2017, nor when the employee’s position with the organisation was terminated.

    And:

    “As soon as Cricket Tasmania was made aware, it undertook an investigation that determined the interaction was consensual, private, occurred on the one occasion only, was between mature adults and was not repeated,” he said.

    Mr Gaggin said criminal charges against the former employee were still pending and it was inappropriate to comment further given the matter was still before the courts.

    Filthy little toerag. Her Legal Aid mouthpiece will now no doubt paint her as a victim of this terribly consensual behaviour. I also note there’s been no mention of the reciprocal texts from the thieving skank.


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  30. Oh look at what Andy Meddick’s little petal once tweeted…..

    Kielan R J B Meddick
    @RealKielanM
    Stay indoors, except for whoever kills #Pell
    you can stay out to perform a public service

    I suspect there’s pattern of similar incitement to violence on the part of the Meddick’s little petal.


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  31. calli – she’s a woman expounding on the imbeciles who continue to ruin our lives:

    The animals he pretends to care about have a more finely tuned moral compass

    Why are we allowing these dirtbags to lord it over us?

    Expediency is not a rule, nor is it a principle that should create endless misery in our lives.

    Enough.


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  32. Give it up Knuckle Draggfer.
    It’s obvious what happened.
    Paino wouldn’t retire so he was stooged up.
    From the point of view of Cricket it’s a good thing since he is a hopeless captain, but blaming the sheila is a new low for you.
    And you’ve had a long history of lows, as you’d no doubt admit.


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  33. @RealKielanM
    Stay indoors, except for whoever kills #Pell
    you can stay out to perform a public service

    That little gem might need a bit of further distribution as well.


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  34. From the Oz….

    Andrews on track for third term
    Victorian Labor are set to win with an increased majority at next year’s state election, according to the first major Newspoll since the 2018 ‘Danslide’.

    Unfucking believable.


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  35. Paino wouldn’t retire so he was stooged up.

    I had quite a few conversations with Tim Paine in August this year. Dynamite bloke, self-effacing, not full of his own press.

    ‘Paino’ is not his nickname, Ed. I know this to be true.

    Everything’s a conspiracy and corflutes with you, isn’t it? This is what happens when you never go outside.


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  36. And you’ve had a long history of lows

    Low golf scores? Not really.

    Low opinions of ignorant Brisbane shut-ins? Sure. You’re funny though.

    You do realise you only provide comedy value? Don’t you?


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  37. rickw says:
    November 19, 2021 at 10:36 pm
    Work Update:

    Another email from boss and brief discussion. Meeting scheduled with HR for Thursday. My guess is that they will be terminating me on Thursday.

    One thing I would like everyone’s thoughts on, in communication they keep stating that I am “unable” to comply with the health directive. The reality is that I’m unwilling. There must be a reason for using the term “unable”?

    I’m sure it HAS TO be that Legal Experts have tested the arguments of people being UNWILLING to comply with Health & Life Threatening Demands, and finding that they stand firm under law, and so being told to sack the UNWILLING “AS” people “unable” to do the job they’re employed to do.

    Dig deeper rickw, I’ve always had my best legal wins over those ONE simple and oh so clear words.


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  38. Trevor Hohns, is that you?

    I’ll say this about Hohns as a left handed batsman, he had a pretty good eye.
    If he’d had any power in his shots we’d still be talking about him.


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  39. Andrews on track for third term
    Victorian Labor are set to win with an increased majority at next year’s state election, according to the first major Newspoll since the 2018 ‘Danslide’.

    While it’s not a good idea to place any faith in Newspoll in the leadup to an Election, 95% of people are stupid.
    That was proved in the last Qld Election when Labor won with the slogan:
    Annastacia Kept Us Safe.


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  40. Explain how this works in practice?

    Sigh.

    The chick is caught stealing from Cricket Tasmania. Incontrovertible. She then raises the issue of ‘oooh but bad man sexted me I’m a poor victim #metoo’, which fails to impress Cricket Tasmania and they sack her.

    Now her case is coming up before the court. She will again portray herself as a victim (incorrectly) and was soooo traumatised she turned to theft to support her growing ice habit after consensually engaging in sexting four years ago. This is raised in submissions after a conviction or finding of guilt in an attempt to lessen any sentence imposed.

    I realise that none of this will sink in, but here we are anyway.


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  41. This is raised in submissions after a conviction or finding of guilt in an attempt to lessen any sentence imposed.

    Well, the alleged Theft happened 3 or 4 years ago.
    Are you saying it’s still to go before the Beak?
    Justice delayed is Justice denied, or are you talking thru your hat, as is your wont?


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  42. Cassie of Sydneysays:
    November 19, 2021 at 11:09 pm

    Oh look at what Andy Meddick’s little petal once tweeted…..

    His Twitter feed has proved to be a gold mine for that type of stuff.

    Meddick & son may be about to discover they’ve awakened the “Streisand effect”


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  43. Well, the alleged Theft happened 3 or 4 years ago.
    Are you saying it’s still to go before the Beak?

    This gets worse and worse. Yes. Yes, Ed. It has still to go before the courts. Here is a snippet of the quote I put up a little earlier:

    criminal charges against the former employee were still pending and it was inappropriate to comment further given the matter was still before the courts.

    Are you all right? Seriously?


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  44. Without trying, I’ve collated into chronological order Seven tweets by young Master Meddick.

    One doesn’t pass Sinc’s C-word test, a few others don’t pass the Grudge Nasty “N” word test.

    In the interests of keeping fellow cats up to date, should I post here?


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  45. ALP pledge of funding certainty for ABC, SBS
    Olivia Caisley
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    @livcaisley
    An hour ago November 19, 2021
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    Labor is looking to make funding of public broadcasters an election issue by promising to provide the ABC and SBS with five-year funding terms if it wins government.

    Labor leader Anthony Albanese and opposition communications spokeswoman Michelle Rowland on Friday said it was ­essential to guard against political interference in the nation’s democratic institutions by bolstering the independence and stability of the broadcasters.

    “In the face of political, social and economic instability at home and abroad, we must ensure that Australia’s instruments of nation building, democracy and culture remain strong now and into the future,” they said.

    “This includes independent public service media that holds power to account on behalf of the Australian people.”

    ABC chair Ita Buttrose this week accused the Morrison government of political interference and attempting to intimidate the public broadcaster after the Senate established an inquiry into the ABC’s complaints handling process following concerns it was not doing its job properly. Mr Albanese and Ms Rowland said a Labor government would review options for delivering a greater level of financial stability and certainty to the broadcasters to “safeguard against arbitrary ideological cuts and political interference”.

    “After promising ‘No cuts to the ABC or SBS’ the Liberal-­National government slashed their budgets and has launched repeated attacks on them, including two attempts to increase prime-time advertising on SBS and various attempts to meddle with the ABC charter,” Mr Albanese and Ms Rowland said.



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  46. Shrewde politics by7 Albanese3.
    Calling a Senate Inquiry to rehabilitate the reputations of Neville Wran and Abe Saffron is going to go over like a Lead Balloon in Syney’s Blue Ribbon Electorates.


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  47. Andrews on track for third term
    Victorian Labor are set to win with an increased majority at next year’s state election, according to the first major Newspoll since the 2018 ‘Danslide’.

    Unfucking believable.

    Cmon people, just another shot from the Newcorp demoralisation campaign of the last two days trying to head off the deplorables protesting and organising.


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  48. […]Victorian Labor are set to win with an increased majority at next year’s state election[…]

    And so when they CHEAT their way into any sort of a ‘win’, well, we’ll be fully accepting of it as being legitimate.

    Why do people keep falling for this primary school quadrangle game play?
    Is it because they never grew beyond those ‘glory days’ of their childhoods?


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  49. […]Victorian Labor are set to win with an increased majority at next year’s state election[…]

    The Victorian government has a 36 billion dollar annual wage bill.
    It’s called buying a constituency.
    The huge public sector suffered little economic damage in the lockdowns but the much smaller group of small and medium businesses were brought to their knees and many will never open their doors again. Not many votes to lose.
    Andrews and his big business cronies also imported large groups of unskilled labour to pump up the ponzi growth scheme. These people have a tenuous existence and know that government support is their lifeline when the work stops, and it did thanks to Covid restrictions. They vote for big daddy.
    Andrews is running a big socialist protection scheme.
    You won’t get hurt if you are loyal to Dan.
    The money will run out of course but until then people will be happy and have been conditioned to think freedom of action is reckless.
    Remember the older soviets who yearned for the good old days of total control.


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  50. Knuckle Gragger:

    Filthy little toerag. Her Legal Aid mouthpiece will now no doubt paint her as a victim of this terribly consensual behaviour. I also note there’s been no mention of the reciprocal texts from the thieving skank.

    Very little pisses me off more that the “Woman is the Eternal Victim” card being played when convenient.


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  51. Twostix:

    Andrews on track for third term
    Victorian Labor are set to win with an increased majority at next year’s state election, according to the first major Newspoll since the 2018 ‘Danslide’.

    The contribution of the Democrat Party to Dans’ re-election continues to pay dividends.


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