2,092 thoughts on “Open Thread – Tue 29 Nov 2022”

  1. Shit! They dumped the trial because of health fears though. Obviously. Scumbags until the end.

    Bruce Lehrmann retrial to be dropped over Brittany Higgins health fears

    The retrial of Bruce Lehrmann for the alleged rape of former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins is reportedly not going ahead, with charges against the accused expected to be dropped.

    In an announcement on Thursday, the office of ACT Director of Public Prosecutions Shane Drumgold revealed that a short statement would be made outside the court on Friday – the same morning a secret application regarding the trial was due to be heard.

    News.com.au reported Mr Drumgold was expected to drop the charge against Mr Lehrmann after receiving medical evidence on how a second trial scheduled for February would impact Ms Higgins’ mental health.

    The evidence included psychiatric advice that the retrial would pose an unacceptable risk to Ms Higgins and her mental wellbeing.

    The office of the DPP confirmed in an email to media that Mr Drumgold would “make a media statement … regarding the matter of R v Lehrmann”.

    “Mr Drumgold will read a short pre-prepared statement and will not be taking questions,” the email read.

    The DPP did not respond to questions from The Australian on the nature of the media statement and whether the case would be withdrawn.

    I reckon the judge dumped the first trial because she didn’t want to hear a not-guilty result and claiming she’s not mentally competent is not a clear out for him.

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  2. The newly-weds are in their honeymoon suite and the groom decides to let the bride know where she stands right from the start of the marriage. He proceeds to take off his pants and throw them at her. He says “Put those on”. The bride replies “I can’t wear your pants”. “And don’t forget that” he replies “I will always wear the pants in this family!” The bride takes off her panties and throws them at him with the same request “Try those on!” He replies “I can’t get into your panties!” “And you never will if you don’t change your attitude”.

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  3. How crazy are the zombie left?
    “Murdoch is suing Private Media, the publisher of Crikey, over an article published earlier this year that described the Murdoch family as an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the attack on the US Capitol.

    The trial is still three months away, but the parties are currently engaged in a preliminary battle over the disclosure of material and interrogatories – or formal questions – each side has posed one another.

    Crikey has alleged in court that neither Lachlan Murdoch nor any member of the Murdoch family have publicly repudiated claims propagated on Fox News alleging electoral fraud in the 2020 US election.

    Private Media’s barrister, Clarissa Amato, said Murdoch’s defence had so far produced no evidence showing that he did repudiate such claims. It is now seeking to put the question directly to Murdoch and ask him to show documentary evidence of having repudiated comments about electoral fraud made on Fox News.”

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  4. A shooting club was holding a competition. The winner was to get a somewhat ugly trophy, the second-placed shooter – a crate of fine champagne. By the end of the final round, two shooters were tied for first place, so they were told to do a tiebreaker round – 5 shots at maximum distance. To keep things more dramatic, they had to shoot at the same time. After both had stopped firing and were awaiting the results, one shooter turned to his rival and said with a little smile: “I’m sorry, pal. I put all five shots in the wall”. “I’m sorry, too” replied the other “because I put all of mine into your target”.

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  5. JC says:
    December 2, 2022 at 1:16 am

    Don’t forget she’s also on the catchment council, waffles.

    Riveting comment and insanely riveting lives.

    I was wondering where that was going, so I’ve read it to the end, not much wiser for it, best I can make out of it that Aboriginals are lazy buggers, and his wife is a vet.

    He keeps repeating that, never a mention of what He does for a crust.

    Since when was that profession an example of all good and noble in the world, that we should aspire to?
    Nothing wrong with it mind, same as a bricklayer, only takes longer to get the papers.

    As to making more money?
    I doubt it.

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  6. Dot says:
    December 2, 2022 at 5:16 am

    Bricklayers eh?
    Nazi passes eh?
    Goat rodeo eh?

    It’s all like, coming together, man!

    Too cryptic for me Dot, checked my Email, nothing but offers for penis enlargement.
    How do they know?

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  7. Private Media’s barrister, Clarissa Amato, said Murdoch’s defence had so far produced no evidence showing that he did repudiate such claims. It is now seeking to put the question directly to Murdoch and ask him to show documentary evidence of having repudiated comments about electoral fraud made on Fox News.

    This is good. It could blow up and bring it home to normies.

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  8. Elon, you first dude.

    Elon Musk’s startup Neuralink Corp. should be ready to test its technology on humans in six months, the entrepreneur said Wednesday during a live-streamed update about progress the company has made with its brain-implant technology.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/elon-musks-neuralink-set-to-show-and-tell-latest-brain-computer-advances-at-event-11669785946

    I reckon there’s going to be a huge schism looking forward 50 years or so. Neural implants could be used more and more but there’s a huge rub. Having some fucker mess around with your skull and brain to implant a chip is and will be quite risky. If you make it, your IQ will go up by multiples. 5000 IQ may not be outside the bounds of possibility in a 100 years. Do you take the risk or not? No pun, but this is going to be a huge head scratchier and another whine about “inequalady”.

  9. Really?

    Albo drops big hint on Socceroos public holiday
    Anthony Albanese has declared Australia’s pride for the Socceroos and described the ‘terrible six minutes’ of added time that he could barely watch. See how Australia and the world reacted.

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  10. JC people with high IQ still make shit decisions. They just think they’re right. Decision makers want all the information but only focus on the minutiae to validate the reason for doing it. Which is generally to make them look like they’re doing something. Look at the Lying Slapper government passing 1800 pieces of legislation as if it was a good thing. I can’t think of one thing that benefited Australians. I stand to be corrected.

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  11. one shooter turned to his rival and said with a little smile: “I’m sorry, pal. I put all five shots in the wall”. “I’m sorry, too” replied the other “because I put all of mine into your target”.

    For some reason or other yesterday I was reading Patton’s wiki. This bit was fun:

    “In 1915 Lieutenant Patton was assigned to border patrol duty with A Troop of the 8th Cavalry, based in Sierra Blanca.[50][51] During his time in the town, Patton took to wearing his M1911 Colt .45 in his belt rather than a holster. His firearm discharged accidentally one night in a saloon, so he swapped it for an ivory-handled Colt Single Action Army revolver”

    The wiki says he had three kids, so fortunately no serious damage was caused that night in the saloon.

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  12. Xi seems to be blinking.

    China finally eases COVID-19 restrictions after devastating protests gripped nation (1 Dec)

    “Overseeing the rise in the numbers, Vice Premier Sun Chunlan claimed that the country is entering a “new stage and mission”, an indication of the government’s changing approach after mass protests against its zero-Covid policy.

    The state media, Xinhua, reported that she said: “The country is facing a new situation and new tasks in epidemic prevention and control as the pathogenicity of the Omicron virus weakens, more people are vaccinated and experience in containing the virus is accumulated.”

    Ms Sun also urged further “optimisation” of testing, treatment and quarantine policies.”

    It’ll be interesting to see what happens when the inevitable occurs: a billion infected Chinese. Doubtful if their vaccine works any better than the ones we have.

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  13. “5000 IQ may not be outside the bounds of possibility in a 100 years.”

    Not so sure an embedded twitter feed is going to make someone any smarter.

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  14. IQ tests do not sufficiently penalise people for confirmation bias.

    IQ would be more effective as a predictor if they did.

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  15. King Rat.

    Do You Have What It Takes to Be NYC’s ‘Bloodthirsty’ Rat Czar? (1 Dec)

    “New York City is looking for a rat czar — someone to fight back against the city’s relentless rodent population.

    Officially, the job being advertised is for a director of rodent mitigation, but a city hall spokesman referred to it as the “rat czar,” according to the Gothamist.

    A city job posting says: “Do you have what it takes to do the impossible? A virulent vehemence for vermin? A background in urban planning, project management, or government? And most importantly, the drive, determination and killer instinct needed to fight the real enemy — New York City’s relentless rat population? If so, your dream job awaits: New York’s Citywide Director of Rodent Mitigation.” “

    I would say the real enemy is New York City’s relentless Demorat population myself. There are millions of them.

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  16. The Radioisotope power source is unlikely to power your home any time soon.
    They hope to go from microwatts to milliwatts from a cube 10 cm on a side, so a cubic meter might produce a few watts.

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  17. Ranga, Dogs. I agree. I just used “IQ” as an abbrev for intelligence. I don’t think IQ measures intelligence at all well and we’ve had discussions here before. I sometimes do these tests just to exercise my brain, along with some other puzzle sites. The IQ questions for spatial and pattern recognition are indeed useless in my opinion. The differences at times are so intricate that they become just worthless to say one is miles more correct than the other. Having said that, if implants can massively cause the brain to fire up, both laterally and high speed pattern recognition, that would be some achievement and that’s what I meant by 5000 IQ. That’s what I was suggesting -that at some stage in the future a chip implant linking to say a high end computer will be something. That would be in a hundred years or more though – way past my expiry date.

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  18. Dot….
    Getting jabbed and then using your pass to leave the country and tour Europe while your countrymen lose all by not submitting to tyranny is the epitome of being a good compliant Nazi.
    These people are low grade shit.

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  19. NYC needs some kookaburras to control the rats. One landed on the back porch with a big and very dead one in its beak the other day. Gave it a few thumps to soften it up and flew off into the big tree in the yard.

    How it managed to swallow the thing is a mystery, unless it broke it up first. I’ve seen them eat snakes like spaghetti, but a round rat?

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  20. It’s impossible to ever eradicate the rat population in NYC unless they come out with some sort of biological gizmo that makes them infertile after eating the crap or having it spread through the population. It’s too risky at this stage.

    The trash accumulation is just too hard. They can’t use bins here as there’s just not enough space, so they use large bags and they left out overnight on the street – just in time for rats to eat through them. Garbage day means the street is littered with bags. There are also a zillion places for the fuckers to hide. Also the trash is left in the bags to accumulate and I believe there are two pick-ups a week , which is actually pretty good.

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  21. Some workplaces may still require mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 under their own applicable work, health and safety obligations. Employers should take all reasonable steps to ensure compliance with any vaccination obligations.

    In other words, government is shoving the mandates to individual workplaces under the OH&S figleaf. Nothing has changed.

    The only way it will be dropped is when workplaces are so skint for workers they have to drop it. May happen sooner rather than later in aged care.

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  22. Maybe some tawny frogmouths too. I mentioned that I managed to get a young one to accept a bit of mince several weeks ago: she’d just fledged and was having a rest on a fence. She did a threat display to scare me away, with beak open wide – huge gape! Easily big enough for a sizeable rodent. I suspect they are excellent rat control birdies.

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  23. NYC needs some kookaburras to control the rats.

    About two trips ago, I saw a humongous sized bastard making it’s way into the side of a $30-40 million brownstone on the edge of Central Park. That was a high living rat.

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  24. Yes, I’ve seen it on NY streets, JC. And the enormous rats. You see their gleaming, beady little eyes reflected in the street lamps. Looks like London is about to have the same problem as well with the garbage strikes.

    Sydney has its cockroaches. Biggest ones I ever saw lurked around the old old Anthony Hordern Building in George/Liverpool Street.

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  25. A different sort of giant cockroach has its lair down in Sussex Street. Apparently dines off conveniently located yum cha and has an affinity with brown paper bags. Nice full ones.

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  26. News.com.au reported Mr Drumgold was expected to drop the charge against Mr Lehrmann after receiving medical evidence on how a second trial scheduled for February would impact Ms Higgins’ mental health.

    The evidence included psychiatric advice that the retrial would pose an unacceptable risk to Ms Higgins and her mental wellbeing.

    This, may I say, is horseshit.

    It is the exact same concept as Andrew O’Keefe and Michael Slater and Bert Newtown’s fuckstick of a kid and all the other flogs who cry ‘but mental health’ when brought before the courts as some sort of cure-all and/or escape mechanism. The only difference is that these muppets wanted their behaviour excused because Doctor Bulkbill wrote them a certificate.

    Brih-neee Commando, on the other hand, would rather not sit around court for another two months while this very obvious straw-clutching farrago of lies masquerading as a prosecution case parades around in public with shit-marked dunny roll hanging out of its knickers. A quick telehealth conference, and she’s suddenly not only absolved but even more a victim of The Patriarchy than before.

    Higgins and Drumgold deserve as much contempt as O’Keefe and Slater, if not more.

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  27. We’ve already discussed Joe Biden’s nuclear waste guy, who stole a woman’s suitcase at an airport recently. But more info about him has been coming out, and wow there aren’t sufficient words in the English language to describe the guy.

    Sam Brinton: Their physics, their husband | Power Line (1 Dec)

    The Biden Administration has so many of these weirdos. Quite amazing.

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  28. “She’s been used and spat out by the ‘believe all women’ brigade.

    Whilst I believe Brittaneeeeee the Knickerless has always been a political pawn in this disgraceful and sordid soap opera, she is no innocent in this and she willingly participated in this. She could have and she should have walked away, she’s had eighteen months to do so. For a start, she’s in her mid twenties, she isn’t some innocent young ingenue. She allowed herself to become the centrefold of this soap opera. Before she was finally made to shut her bloated mouth by Justice McCallum earlier this year, I observed her closely. She enjoyed being fawned over, she enjoyed the limelight and stardom, the adulation, the victimhood, and she performed da “poor Brittaneeee” shtick superbly. She was relishing it. Last December, two days before I went into hospital, I had my hair done (very important to look good in hospital), I always read crap magazines whilst having my hair done. I was astonished, gobsmacked actually, to pick up the latest Marie Claire and see who was on its cover, it was Knickerless and the little maggot from Hobart, both airbrushed to look like gorgeous super models except neither are, one is a pinched face, thin-lipped, nasty, and very vicious little brat, the other is a young woman who always reminded me of a beached up whale carcass. She and the little maggot were the stars of the Press Club, she had articles written about her describing her as “brave”, she was loving her celebrity circus. Clearly no one sat her down and suggested that perhaps she might keep a dignified silence in case a trial went ahead. Clearly, amidst all the wonderful media attention and celebrity, no one prepared her for a trial. The stench that something was not quite right was palpable from the beginning and it all culminated, like Vesuvius erupting, in that disgraceful “apology” by Scumbag in parliament. The truth is that there was NOTHING, ZERO, NADA to apologise for. But we all like a circus and this circus dragged on for over a year and whilst the circus was performing, the subjudice was happening, contaminating any prospective trial, trashing any notions of “presumption of innocence”, destroying a man’s life but ho hum, who cares about some young toxic white male.

    Both her and Lehrmann have lost a great deal in this fiasco. Regardless of guilt or innocence.

    The only person who’s lost a great deal in this sordid affair is Bruce Lehmann, which is why last night I wrote that my compassion and sympathy is with him and NOT HER. Lehmann is now basically unemployable, his life trashed, he will always be the “rapist” because remember, progressive and leftist scum don’t give a fuck about the rule of law and innocence or guilt. We’ve seen this with Cardinal Pell. This is how the left works now. Once smeared, you’re stained for life. As mentioned earlier, he should leave this shithole of a country and start a new life elsewhere. Oh and I believe Bruce Lehmann IS innocent.

    And Knickerless will be okay, she already has some government gigs, she’ll be used and abused by the left, the MSM and what’s left of her new friends (most of whom have no doubt run a million miles) and she’ll be rolled out like some Maritime Museum’s whale carcass to be an exhibition piece to talk about rape, sexual violence, and the toxicity of white males (although her current partner is himself a white male, funny that), she’ll be gasped at, gawked at, always da victim, and whilst they’ll be careful not to mention Lehmann’s name, Knickerless’ fame and victimhood will be enduring.

    The whole episode is repulsive.”

    You don’t say, well from day one it was deliberately designed to be. It was a home made brew with the following complicit toxic ingredients, a boyfriend with political motivations to attack the Coalition government, a hypocritical and repugnant amphibian from Sydney’s North Shore and her equally repellent husband, Labor Mean Girls (up to their necks in this), various Green scum like Hanson-Dung, ABC scum like the queen of scum aka Nilligan, in fact the conga line of scum is long. The Brittaneeeee story was manna from heaven for the progressive scum brigade to attack the Morrison government, and to be used as a cudgel to bring down the Morrison government. It has a political hit job from day one and it worked a treat, because Scumbag and his motley crew were so fucking useless, meek and craven in the face of the endless garbage, lies, and political malfeasance.

    And now, after all of this, she’s pulled out, she’s been a willing participant in destroying a young man’s life.

    I repeat, I have NO sympathy for this young woman.

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  29. You know you’re in trouble when the beer sponsor drops off (the NT News):

    Great Northern has suspended its partnership with Outback Wrangler Matt Wright after he was charged with serious criminal offences over a chopper crash that killed his best mate.

    Wright had appeared in commercials for the popular beer for more than four years, often alongside his friend and co-star Chris “Willow” Wilson, who was killed in the crash on February 28.

    On Tuesday Wright was charged with seven offences over issues relating to the crash including attempting to pervert the course of justice, destruction of evidence, fabrication of evidence, unlawful entry and interfering with witnesses.

    It is said by some that after the chopper crash became known to the company another two choppers went out to the scene, one of them carrying the off-duty copper who also got charged. Allegedly the crashed chopper’s hours meter was tampered with, a dodgy harness removed and replaced and the dead bloke’s phone disappeared – because it not only had GPS data on it, but also a pile of information relating to said dead bloke’s side crumpet his missus didn’t know about.

    In the resultant fallout, the off-duty copper’s two year affair also came to light. The Outback Wrangler himself had been porking his secretary as well. Everyone gets a go, apparently.

    This chopper-riding egg-catching gig seems like just the ticket. And there’s some vacancies.

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  30. I have to agree, Cassie. She went along with it for gain. At any time she could have pulled the pin.

    It’s one thing to have your “story” blared and championed by media and celebrities, quite another to have it tested in court. And it just didn’t stand up, regardless of the added might of the DPP behind it. Which heartens me about the robustness of our courts…so far.

    And now they are mumbling about changing the legislation surrounding testimony in order to get the results they want.

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  31. And I should add that whilst the Brittanneee circus has rolled on since February 2021, there are women and girls out there who’ve suffered REAL sexual violence and rape. But their stories aren’t juicy enough because there’s no politics involved and in many cases, no white males. And evidence for this? In March of last year, when that leftist love fest, aka the “Women’s March 4 Justice” occurred in Canberra, Jacinta Price and other indigenous women were in Canberra at the same time trying to alert and talk to the MSM and politicians about what was happening to indigenous women and children in remote communities. But what happened?
    Nobody on the left was willing to talk to her and her fellow indigenous women, because they were too busy fawning over Higgins.

    What a disgrace.

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  32. The ACT justice system is a clown show and Chief Justice Lucy McCallum has been the chief architect of its destruction — the worst judge ever appointed to any jurisdiction in Australia.

    She wouldn’t know what justice was if it bit her on the tit.

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  33. KD
    Seems that blokes who dangle from choppers to grab eggs from angry crocs in swamps don’t have sound judgement.

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  34. This could lead to a lot of fun, but not in the way the Dems think.

    Biden Administration Gives Trump Tax Returns To House Democrats (2 Nov)

    “President Joe Biden’s administration has handed over years of former President Donald Trump’s federal tax returns to the U.S. House of Representatives.

    “Treasury has complied with last week’s court decision,” a spokesperson for the Treasury Department, which includes the IRS, told The Epoch Times on Nov. 30.”

    The fun will come when the Republicans in the House subpoena the tax returns of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, who are ex-Presidents like Trump is an ex-President. Then, as soon as Biden steps down, subpoena his too. They should be very interesting reading. Nancy Pelosi’s would also, I suspect.

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  35. KD from last night: Not once, to my knowledge at least, has any thought been given to the prospect that Brih-nee Commando might be a dude.

    Cassie at 7:42am – I repeat, I have NO sympathy for this young woman.

    But what is a woman?
    KDs observation may explain the whole sordid affair best.

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  36. The ACT justice system is a clown show and Chief Justice Lucy McCallum has been the chief architect of its destruction — the worst judge ever appointed to any jurisdiction in Australia.

    Second worst, as Andrew Bolt, Toyota and the coal industry could tell you, if they dared to.

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  37. Just read about the ‘report’ into Brittany’s mental health.

    I expect it is by its nature confidential but I would love to find out where it lays blame for her condition. Is it the trial as such, or is it the media about the trial. Or being pulled so many ways at once by the people who want to be publicly seen as her champion.

    They had their agenda of course, but I think Louise Milligan’s tin ear has put this in difficulty since she has now mobilised lady layers to speak up and defend men accused of sexual misconduct and the dangers of railroading them merely because BelieveAllWomen.

    Their best hope of salvaging the situation is the create the impression that it was the trial that led to Brittany’s parlous mental state to hint that trials are ineffective in securing justice – although they should also be able to shop that a substantial number of these trials fail due to the mental state of the accuser. They will just have to talk loud and long to make sure no one gets to voice that thought in public.

    Naturally, because they all assume Lehrmann is guilty (either personally or as a proxy for the rest of the male half of the human race) there is no concern for his mental health.

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  38. blokes who dangle from choppers to grab eggs from angry crocs in swamps don’t have sound judgement

    Damn straight. Imagine leaving that sort of material on your phone.

    If – IF – you want to go down that path, at least have the goddamn sense to get yourself a burner phone from the servo or JB and do it properly.

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  39. Official Australian Government cumulative figures are now >95% who as at 23 Nov 2022 have received at least one Covid 19 vaxx. Latest figures 97.3% of over 16’s.
    There was a small upsurge around July this year.

    Our World in Data figures at put it as follows:
    Australia
    At least 1 dose
    86.4%
    Fully vaccinated
    84.1%
    probably using another denominator, whole population not just over 16

    In other words, Struth and uptickers, most adult Australians, >95% of them, Nazi’s apparently (sarc), have accepted vaccination against Covid, as I said. I fully support though the right to refuse vaccination of those Australians who decided against having this debatable shot. My decision was to have it. That does not make me a Nazi. Nor other Cats who accepted it, even if pushed.

    I have never supported Covid vaccination of anyone under 16, nor indeed younger people in general.
    They are not in any category likely to be badly affected by infection with Covid. So there is no case.

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  40. This is what Gonzalo Lira has been saying for months. That Russia’s focus was not so much on territory but on decimating the opposing army. I’m quite worried about him because he hasn’t posted anything for a week. He’s in Kharkiv. His last clip was about a blackout there and it’s quite possible that there’s another longer one now. His Twitter feed was blocked, ironically not for his war commentary but for telling the truth about the jab, a couple of months before Musk’s takeover and hasn’t been reinstated yet.

    HAS UKRAINE’S ARMY BEEN REDUCED BY ALMOST 50%?

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  41. In other words, Struth and uptickers, most adult Australians, >95% of them, Nazi’s apparently (sarc), have accepted vaccination against Covid

    This – intentional or not – is possibly the best berley trail ever laid on this august journal of record.

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  42. there is no concern for his mental health.

    From memory, he was admitted into a clinic soon after the story broke and his name started doing the rounds. At the time, his mental health was the subject of derision.

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  43. Well said, Cassie, at 7.52 re the Britany hoo haa being such a political circus while the real rape situation of aboriginal women and others with no profile were being ignored.

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  44. Maybe the You Go Girl! mob will realize that sending a girl at 19-y-o into the bowels of parliament, for what they breathlessly caption in their selfies as their “dream job”-with neither tight mentoring and support, or accountability for their f*ckups- is a mistake sure to end in tears.
    Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think Brinny is in any way a naif- but she was obviously not tough or smart enough, and got used by Sharaz and Wilkinson et al.

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  45. Fairest thing in the Britanny case would be for all charges to be dropped due to the inability of the accuser to be coherent when her claims are put to Court. Leherman might then stand a chance of getting another job somewhere. Britanny of course will always be well taken care of in this regard by the Labor friends.

    The charges against Leherman appear to have been made without any genuine police or other evidence to start with. No different to the Kathy Sherrif charges vs Shorten, which weren’t investigated at all.

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  46. Wally, she was 25 when the “incident” took place. I know she’s been carefully styled as an innocent teenager by her handlers, but she wasn’t.

    These women are as hard boiled as it gets. Don’t be fooled by the dewey eyed veneer.

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  47. I’m a lateral thinker JC. Linear thinkers get pissed because they don’t know how I arrived at a conclusion that is usually the right answer. In my limited experience lateral thinkers are not in management coz they’re more interested in doing things. One of the problems being a lateral thinker is too many things interest me. We see linear thinking in government all the time. Once a path is entered there is no turning back even when early on the wrong direction is realised. These days no one can be wrong, we see it on a daily basis. More information doesn’t lead to the right decision but confusion with information overload. I find it interesting with my 2 yo grandson. My wife offers him choices of food, he can’t make up his mind. I offer him one thing, if he doesn’t want it I put it away and don’t offer anything else. He soon learnt to say what he wanted. Too much choice is not good for us. One of my sons manages a business and knows where every cent goes. His personal finances are a mess. Being good at one thing certainly doesn’t translate to being good at others even over the difference of the work private divide. I like the way AI can solve problems in a way we don’t see due to conditioning. I’m not saying the answer is palatable but gives an insight to other ways. We may have progressed technically but we’re still biologicals slowly developing. Come back in another million years and none of us will recognise what we have become.

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  48. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think Brinny is in any way a naif- but she was obviously not tough or smart enough, and got used by Sharaz and Wilkinson et al.

    Yes, I agree. The problem was that she was embued with modern feminism, which says you-go-girl, do what you like, drink and party, and no need to keep a rein on giving men an informal come-on. Then, when you are caught in a compromising situation, you are not able to either avoid it or handle it.

    And nor is he. This was a young man, also caught in a complex web of expectations.
    Let’s not forget that.

    We will never know what really happened on that night, and best now to draw a line under it by withdrawal of all charges.

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  49. Yes Lizzie, and the Easter Bunny is real too.

    You have been nothing but a gullible twat throughout all of this.

    There is no way on gods green earth that over 60 % of Aussies are vaccinated.

    I know this may be a shock to you but communist propaganda is usually just that.
    Propaganda.
    Lies.

    But again, because you are in denial you still come on here and quote Government bullshit.

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  50. One of the problems being a lateral thinker is too many things interest me.

    That’s my excuse too, Grey Ranga, for some remarkable underachievements. lol.

    As for AI, it is the human factor in decision making that advances us. Don’t diss it too much.
    Some call it curiosity. AI isn’t much curious.

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  51. Leherman might then stand a chance of getting another job

    Lehrmann, insipid pasty little muffin top that he is, should never have to work again.

    He should be racking up the civil suits. Channel Ten, Lisa Wilkinson personally, FitzSimons, the Federal Government, Scott Morrison personally, the ACT Government, any media outlet that broadcast her and Tame’s allegations at the National Press Club, and so on and so on.

    Not to mention the equally chubby Victim Commissioner or whoever she was that stood next to Brih-neee while she gave her post-trial speech that the judge specifically ordered her not to give.

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  52. Bruce of Newcastlesays:
    December 2, 2022 at 6:32 am
    Xi seems to be blinking.

    China finally eases COVID-19 restrictions after devastating protests gripped nation (1 Dec)

    The Insanity of ‘Zero Covid’

    Many have wondered about the utter insanity of China’s “zero covid” policy and why its being maintained after a couple of years experience in which it fails repeatedly, and the virus keeps popping up.

    “Zero covid” was always medically and physically bankrupt. Even masks are bankrupt as we knew all the way back to 1981 with Neil Orr’s seminal study on the matter in operating rooms where everyone was a trained professional. That’s the best possible test environment with no confounders, since everyone is trained and all the things in the room are sterilized — and everyone scrubs in before entering.

    China believes they can “test and interdict” Covid. False, as now proved by more than two years of them literally welding people into their apartments or forcibly relocating them to “quarantine camps.” The virus hangs out patiently and then infects people; all you’ve done is change the time to infection and the build of natural recognition of the virus and thus protection, not the outcome.

    So why do they keep doing it?

    That’s predicated in their social-political system. China’s leader, in this case Xi, is seen as being effectively “God” who cannot be wrong. To admit that he was wrong means he loses his “stick” and thus his claim on the leadership! This has been a feature of China’s social and political system for millennia. This is intertwined with the CCP and its premise of communism; you can’t choose a political party or set of beliefs in China and be a politician, there is only one choice and it is always correct: Communism, Chinese Style, and the collective decision of same is infallible.

    In short China can’t change its position in this regard as they’ve gone “all-in” publicly early on and to make said change is to admit they were wrong, which they will not do. Were Xi to do so he would lose his position and quite-possibly his head.

    That’s why they are even now building more isolation “camps” and quarantine facilities — despite it being known that their policy in this regard is epidemiologically bankrupt and it is physically impossible for it to succeed.

    Incidentally, we in the western world can learn from and exploit this foolish position of the Chinese government and people. It provides us with a very nice little niche in their alleged “bedrock” under their civilization and government into which we can insert a very large prybar and bring the entire thing down without firing a single shot.

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  53. a gullible twat

    Chalk me up. lol.

    Best to ignore any further discourse re this.

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  54. Nor other Cats who accepted it, even if pushed.

    … yet another syringe full of bullshit

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  55. his mental health was the subject of derision.

    Indeed it was. All support to the female and none to the male.

    Reminds me of forays into the Family Court with my son. Women from everywhere raced to offer me copious forms of care and assistance (legal, tea and biccies, a special room, counselling, referral) and backed off immediately when they knew I was there in support of my son. We sat alone for hours in the public waiting area, both dismayed.

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  56. she was obviously not tough or smart enough

    That’s true since she clearly forgot to wear her knickers. Obviously an oversight! It takes real talent to forget to put on your own underpants. Even Malcolm Fraser remembered to keep his undies on that time in Memphis, despite forgetting the rest of his clothes. Hmm, Brittany could be Prime Ministerial material, carefully forgetting stuff is essential to the job.

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  57. The problem was that she was embued with modern feminism, which says you-go-girl, do what you like, drink and party, and no need to keep a rein on giving men an informal come-on. Then, when you are caught in a compromising situation, you are not able to either avoid it or handle it.

    And nor is he. This was a young man, also caught in a complex web of expectations.
    Let’s not forget that.

    All these things, at some level, were factors. But.

    Higgins was a grown adult, and had been running in the big yard with the big dogs for some time. She cannot now go all misty-eyed ‘but just a girl who was compromised and now whatever will I do because I am soooo unprepared. I can’t even deal.’

    That is a 44 gallon drum of frozen nope sitting on the front lawn.

    Lehrmann was not ‘caught up in a complex web of expectations’. He was the unfortunate sucker the giant spinning Wheel of Fortune landed on, because every single day in this country thousands of people meet up for a sneaky knee-trembler.

    What happened to Lehrmann will (or should) resonate with every bloke in the country, who while reflecting on their younger years – or current – come to the conclusion that this could very, very easily have been them.

    It still happens now, just without the publicity. It’s not a complex web at all. It’s people being dickheads and trying to bury hurt pride, or embarrassment.

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  58. Lizzie and Rosie, and many other women, however nice they may be, need to STFU when things get serious.

    Facts.

    Women are nest builders requiring the defence of the nest by the males.
    Security…
    Males have defended the nest for the entire time the two sexes (which are the only two), have existed.

    Once women feel threatened they lose their shit in what the Ancient Greeks called Hysteria.

    Men are wired through necessity to think more clearly in times of stress and battles so as to survive the fight.

    We have seen these truths shown to us again, very clearly, over the last 3 years.

    You can be assured, for example, that Rosie has no real men in her life.

    Stoicism is being a man.
    Being a boofhead belting people dressed in a Vicplod uniform is not.

    The reason we have the women hysterical and dribbling shit, is that men, soft and weak, have abandoned their responsibilities being a man is all about.

    Cynicism, as we now see with Lizzie, is not a female’s strong point.
    Easily led to believing such crap as Astrology, and any multitude of the latest bullshit, men can make easy money out of them, hence the price difference for the same products packaged differently for the sexes.

    They may be nice to look at, and they definitely have their place in the world, but it’s not at the head of the table.

    Sounds sexist.
    It’s unfortunately the natural order of things and is the truth.

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  59. The Greens laugh at jab injuries & shut down debate about jab mandates – Senate Speech 1.12.22

    I’m so old I remember when greenies were anti-Big Pharma.

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  60. Lehmann is now basically unemployable, his life trashed, he will always be the “rapist” because remember, progressive and leftist scum don’t give a fuck about the rule of law and innocence or guilt.

    Wait for it…
    Wait for it…
    Wait for it…

    “He got off on a technicality!”

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  61. China finally eases COVID-19 restrictions after devastating protests gripped nation (1 Dec)

    A strategic feint.

    They’ll now be looking for all the protesters they can identity.

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  62. Sounds sexist.
    It’s unfortunately the natural order of things and is the truth.

    In isolation, this statement has a degree of reason about it.

    Unfortunately for loud screechy fabricators, it is also a massive generalisation because if this tenet was followed, chicks all over the country would be beholden to superb ‘male’ hard-wired hunter-killer specimens like David Koch, John-Michael Howson and Joe Hildebrand.

    If men have ‘gone soft’* as indicated by the pantless van driver above, then the nesting women – the fairer sex – should no longer be compelled to ‘believe all men’.

    *PHRASING.

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  63. … yet another syringe full of bullshit

    Not at all, you waspish old man. Gather ye the context.

    Mater is not a Nazi. Mater accepted the vaxx due to his own reasons, not anyone else’s business.
    He tells us he felt pressured to accept it, as indeed most Cats were, for the social and medical pressures of all sorts were huge. Most here, including me, took the vaxx latish, with due consideration of our personal social and medical situations, not early adopters at all.

    I always read Indolent’s links to hear from alternative perspectives. Occasional critiques he offers have statistical and/or biological validity or point towards some interesting anomaly, although many others don’t. I leave it to others to comment here on that, I don’t come here for vaxx arguments. Rosie has done some sterling work, at some personal cost in terms of abuse. I get enough abuse for other things and don’t need to add to it over medical and epidemiological issues.

    The uptake data btw is substantially correct. Australia has a recognised very high vaxx uptake.
    Some might say it proves what sheep we all are; or alternatively, how civic minded we are.
    Take your pick.

    Anyway, I’m heading for the highways now. Y’all take care of yourselves now.

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  64. Some parting observations on Mz Hoggins and her incessant self righteous bleatings.

    The victim in the trial I was a juror on was forcibly abducted by three men, subsequently gang raped and sodomised and then once the disgusting lowlifes were through with her, dumped like a piece of garbage in a street near her home.

    Everything we’re aware of that the Hoggins was allegedly put through was entirely due to her vanity, stupidity and monstrous self entitlement.

    The victim in the case I was a juror on was a woman of colour from the third world who will have to live with what she was put through for the rest of her life.

    The Hoggins is a pathetic vain whining white middle class joke. She needs to shut the hell up and stop trying to have her indescribable idiocy continually ventilated in the public square. No more, sweetie, we’ve had enough.

    I know where my sympathy lies and it ain’t with the Hoggins.

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  65. “He got off on a technicality!”

    They made it look as though he did because, they didn’t walk by suggesting their case was too weak, they suggested she was too mentally weak to continue. Just evil.

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  66. The War Against Nitrogen Fertilizer is More Than You Realize

    From Armstrong Economics –

    COMMENT: As an ex-soldier, whilst reading your posts regarding the Right to bear arms, Nitrogen fertilizer, and Diesel fuel I suddenly got a brain warp to the past. In Rhodesia with sanctions on us, we developed a bomb using Nitrogen fertilizer, blue soap, and diesaline. It was similar to napalm. When the change came to Zimbabwe all our weapons were taken away from us and locked up. We also had to reapply for licenses for any private weapons. This shows that when you have an informed and prepared public the government is at a disadvantage. The current attack on fertilizer, auto fuels, and guns shows just how scared the WEF and their one world order are desperate to control these three commodities. WHY?
    CB

    REPLY: I think you bring up a very good point that is often overlooked. Nitrogen fertilizer can be used to make bombs. They are doing their best to try to outlaw all guns. It seems they want more crazy people shooting up schools and then they demand the end to guns every time. There is no question that those in power KNOW the monetary system is collapsing. They have put forth Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI), NOT because they care about the people, they ONLY care about retaining power over the people. The EU has wiped out most pension funds with negative interest rates since 2014 and decrees that they must have government bonds between 70% and 90%. Scandinavia is outside of the EU.

    The GBI is to prevent millions of people from storming the Parliament with pitchforks when they wake up and their pensions are gone. Eliminating guns and even Nitrogen fertilizers are part of the effort to disarm the people. What is taking place in the Netherlands and this insane demand to end Nitrogen fertilizers under the pretense of Climate Change is more suited for a B-Rated SciFi movie with green lizard aliens coming to eat all humanity. They are using Climate Change for Political Change.”

    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/civil-unrest/the-war-against-nitrogen-fertilizer-is-more-than-you-realize/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=RSS

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  67. No Struth, YOU are the one who needs to STFU.
    I am unjabbed, and suffering employment consequences for it, but I do not begrudge or criticise those who got jabbed.
    I am fed up to the gills with your boring repetitive rants blighting the threads for months now.
    You really are as bad as Numbers.

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  68. A woman’s husband dies unexpectedly, and as per his wishes, she has him cremated.

    Once she gets home, she sets his urn on their patio table. “Honey, there are so many things I wish I could have told you before you had passed” she says “I don’t know if you can hear me, but I’ll do my best to say them all now”.

    She sits down in a chair, chin propped on her hands.

    “Remember when I asked you for a silver bracelet for my birthday, and you got me a toaster instead, after buying yourself a new golf club? I used your life insurance money to buy a much more expensive bracelet”.

    She takes the lid off of the urn.

    “Remember when I asked you to buy a nice sedan, and instead, you bought that ridiculous two-door Porsche? I traded that car towards a much nicer BMW”.

    She tilts the urn, dumping his ashes all over the table.

    “Remember when we were supposed to be saving for our anniversary cruise, and you used the money to buy your girlfriend a matching set of jewellery instead?” she says, tracing a finger through his ashes “That’s right, I know about Stacy from the billing department. Well, I left a note with your boss about where she got such expensive accessories from, and last I heard, they terminated her on the spot”.

    She leans over the ashes.

    “Oh, and remember that blowjob you were always begging me for?” she asks, taking a deep breath “Well, here it comes…”

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  69. She needs to shut the hell up and stop trying to have her indescribable idiocy continually ventilated in the public square. No more, sweetie, we’ve had enough.

    Ya reckon. Graceless Flameout is on the next Q&A imparting her wisdom. Watch for this given a ride on next year’s schedule.

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  70. Dragnetsays:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:08 am
    No Struth, YOU are the one who needs to STFU.
    I am unjabbed, and suffering employment consequences for it, but I do not begrudge or criticise those who got jabbed.
    I am fed up to the gills with your boring repetitive rants blighting the threads for months now.
    You really are as bad as Numbers.

    And very well said Dragnet.

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  71. The uptake is not substantially correct.
    It’s from an unconstitutional, criminal government.

    You’re just a trusting, gullible, boomer.
    Nothing against boomers but, the time you grew up in was during a high trust society.

    You just don’t seem to be able to grasp what is happening.

    Trust in government shown by these people is quite embarrassing.

    Hence I became the enemy to these idiots in 2020.
    And yes KD, you are in agreeance with me.

    Soft men have neglected their duties as men, causing all this crap in the first place.
    Sure, Government, with it’s institutions marched through with marxists went all out to take the place of the provider and defender, and women eagerly swapped security providers.

    Where we failed was having it too good for too long and not ensuring the marxist march did not happen.

    Australians turned a blind eye to government for decades while they worked against us.

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  72. My Twitter feed

    Grace Tame ripping Scumo a new one tonight! ? #QandA #censure #CensureMorrison #auspol

    1
  73. OIL CHANGE INSTRUCTIONS FOR WOMEN:
    1. Pull up to Dealership when the mileage reaches 3,000 miles since the last oil change.

    2. Drink a cup of coffee.

    3. 15 minutes later, scan debit card and leave, driving a properly maintained vehicle.

    Money spent:
    Oil Change: $75.00
    Coffee: Complementary

    TOTAL: $75.00

    OIL CHANGE INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEN:
    1. Wait until Saturday, drive to auto parts store and buy a case of oil, filter, cat litter, hand cleaner, and a scented tree; use your debit card for $50.00.

    2. Stop by Beer Store and buy a case of beer, (debit $24), drive home.

    3. Open a beer and drink it.

    4. Jack truck up. Spend 30 minutes looking for jack stands.

    5. Find jack stands under kid’s pedal car.

    6. In frustration, open another beer and drink it.

    7. Place drain pan under engine.

    8. Look for 9/16 box end wrench.

    9. Give up and use crescent wrench.

    10. Unscrew drain plug.

    11. Drop drain plug in pan of hot oil: splash hot oil on you in process. Cuss.

    12. Crawl out from under truck to wipe hot oil off of face and arms. Throw cat litter on spilled oil.

    13. Have another beer while watching oil drain.

    14. Spend 30 minutes looking for oil filter wrench.

    15. Give up; crawl under truck and hammer a screwdriver through oil filter and twist off.

    16. Crawl out from under truck with dripping oil filter splashing oil everywhere from holes. Cleverly hide old oil filter among trash in trash can to avoid environmental penalties. Drink a beer.

    17. Install new oil filter making sure to apply a thin coat of oil to gasket surface.

    18. Dump first quart of fresh oil into engine.

    19. Remember drain plug from step 11.

    20. Hurry to find drain plug in drain pan.

    21. Drink beer.

    22. Discover that first quart of fresh oil is now on the floor. Throw cat litter on oil spill.

    23. Get drain plug back in with only a minor spill. Drink beer.

    24. Crawl under truck getting cat litter into eyes. Wipe eyes with oily rag used to clean drain plug. Slip with stupid crescent wrench tightening drain plug and bang knuckles on frame removing any excess skin between knuckles and frame.

    25. Begin cussing fit.

    26. Throw stupid crescent wrench.

    27. Cuss for additional 5 minutes because wrench hit truck and left dent.

    28. Beer.

    29. Clean up hands and bandage as required to stop blood flow.

    30. Beer.

    31. Dump in five fresh quarts of oil.

    32. Beer.

    33. Lower truck from jack stands.

    34. Move truck back to apply more cat litter to fresh oil spilled during any missed steps.

    35. Beer.

    36. Test drive truck.

    37. Get pulled over: arrested for driving under the influence.

    38. Truck gets impounded.

    39. Call loving wife, make bail.

    40. 12 hours later, get truck from impound yard.

    Money spent:

    Parts: $50.00
    DUI: $2,500.00
    Impound fee: $75.00
    Bail: $1,500.00
    Beer: $20.00

    TOTAL: $4,145.00

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  74. As for AI, it is the human factor in decision making that advances us. Don’t diss it too much.
    Some call it curiosity. AI isn’t much curious.

    yet

  75. No Struth, YOU are the one who needs to STFU.
    I am unjabbed, and suffering employment consequences for it, but I do not begrudge or criticise those who got jabbed.

    I am not criticising all who got jabbed, I can full understand why KD got jabbed and a few others, but if you think someone like Notafan’s good Nazi behaviour is above criticism, fine, but I think it stinks.
    I come here and criticise because the people here knew better, and yet , as said above, abrogated their responsibilities to their nation, the Anzacs and their fellow man.

    I am fed up to the gills with your boring repetitive rants blighting the threads for months now.
    You really are as bad as Numbers.

    Scroll.

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  76. Jeez, losing your beer sponsor in the NT. That’s tough. Nothing the Australian justice system could do will even come close.

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  77. Yes Lizzie, my failures and especially my underachieving are more memorable than my achievements. On the AI thing, I don’t see it as a solution but a tool. Talking about tools, I’m not sure which club I’m supposed to be in. Yesterday I may have been up for president of the Sneerers but since I didn’t submit to the tyranny I’ll persona non gratia with them. That only leaves the purebloods sooking on the couch. They won’t want me because I’m mean to the Chief Denialist. What to do?

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  78. 19 when she got given the job tho iirc

    And six years in the cesspit of Parliament House and she learned exactly nothing? Wally, I have a nice hefty bridge to sell you.

    I have listened to teenagers (ostensibly well brought up and protected ones) who know more about the ins and outs of sex and power and how to enjoy both than I ever did. That was twenty years ago. Girls fed on feminism and go girrrrl urging are horrible creatures.

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  79. They won’t want me because I’m mean to the Chief Denialist. What to do?

    I suggest dunking your head under water three times and coming up for air twice.

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  80. Zipstersays:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:16 am
    As for AI, it is the human factor in decision making that advances us. Don’t diss it too much.
    Some call it curiosity. AI isn’t much curious.

    I think most humans are totally incurious as well.

    What advances “us” is the rare individuals like Elon and Henry Ford who find new and clever ways to provide goods and services at lower cost using fewer resources and at cheaper prices, at the same time as upskilling their workforce and providing capital so that their standard of living improves.

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  81. The Australian breqaking news:
    ‘Today we get wages moving’: IR bill passes
    Tony Burke thanks David Pocock and the Greens for helping pass the industrial relations reforms, which will now become law.”

    No, today we get more unemployment and lower living standards.

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  82. No Struth, YOU are the one who needs to STFU.
    I am unjabbed, and suffering employment consequences for it, but I do not begrudge or criticise those who got jabbed.

    They certainly begrudged and criticised you.

    If you’re a spineless twat, that’s not my fault.
    When I get called a nanna killer, when the jabbed talk of imprisoning the unjabbed, of banning them from society.
    Of being covidiots etc.
    Of being selfish.
    Of being a conspiracy theorist etc etc etc….for over two years, with the threat still looming, you can bend over if you like.
    I know one unjabbed bloke who is now happy they are all starting to die.
    Well deserved he says.

    That’s not my position, but you have to admit, it’s Karma on steroids.
    But just like lefties, when you have no argument it’s all “boring”

    Translated…I want an amnesty.
    Isn’t that what they are now asking for?

    Fuck them.

    You roll over.
    I’ll never forget, and I’ll never forgive.
    Justice must be done.

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  83. Poocock is such an expedient narcissistic imbecile labore didn’t even have to bribe him.

    Harradine must be spinning in his grave.

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  84. Poocock is such an expedient narcissistic imbecile labore didn’t even have to bribe him.

    Pocock gets euthanasia in the ACT.

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  85. I don’t come here for vaxx arguments.

    You literally made a ‘vaxx’ argument and now you’ve gone on to make several more

    The uptake data btw is substantially correct. Australia has a recognised very high vaxx uptake.
    Some might say it proves what sheep we all are; or alternatively, how civic minded we are.
    Take your pick.

    and that is a False Dichotomy

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  86. Calli:

    In other words, government is shoving the mandates to individual workplaces under the OH&S figleaf. Nothing has changed.

    It’s the fusion of legislation from government to responsibility from employers – in other words, Fascism.

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  87. Struthsays:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:35 am
    I can applaud Elon Musk for what he’s doing now, but let’s face it, he made his money being a grifter.

    if the government is going to splash taxpayers cash to grifters, I don’t blame them for following the incentives idiotic governments provide

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  88. Knuckle Dragger:

    This, may I say, is horseshit.
    It is the exact same concept as Andrew O’Keefe and Michael Slater and Bert Newtown’s fuckstick of a kid and all the other flogs who cry ‘but mental health’ when brought before the courts as some sort of cure-all and/or escape mechanism. The only difference is that these muppets wanted their behaviour excused because Doctor Bulkbill wrote them a certificate.

    It is horseshit, and is all about the Feminists using Mental ‘Elf’ to destroy men.

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  89. Tony Burqa made hay if by that you mean he shagged a staffer at taxpayer expense behind his wife’s back.
    Quality guy.

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  90. Struthsays:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:35 am
    I can applaud Elon Musk for what he’s doing now, but let’s face it, he made his money being a grifter.

    Just think he could have sooked on the couch instead.

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  91. I can applaud Elon Musk for what he’s doing now, but let’s face it, he made his money being a grifter.

    Wow Struth, you do have a brain cell.

  92. H B Bear says:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:33 am

    Liars deliver. Take note Lieborals.

    I will make a prediction about the liars, wages will NOT catch up to inflation before the next federal election.

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  93. Elon Musk meets Tim Cook, says Twitter row was ‘misunderstanding’

    The irony of Zuckerberg and Musk whinging that Apple has too much market power, LOL.

  94. Translated…I want an amnesty.
    Isn’t that what they are now asking for?

    yes it is.
    and that’s why their language is vaguely pleading and full of logical holes

    the normalising is what I have an issue with

    all the problems get diminished or trivialized:
    coercion, loss of freedom, brutality, harms etc

    the justifications and motivations go out of scope:
    not that bad, it was necessary, its over, it worked, it wasn’t me etc

    and the future gets gilded:
    it wont happen again

    … unless its necessary.

    the truth is that these people will absolutely fight to their last synapse to do this to you again.

    in true post-modern form, The Greater Good turns out to be not so fucking great, or good.

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  95. “Scroll” says the boring twat.
    Much like one has to walk down a city street and observe peripherally the trails of discarded Macca’s wrappings, pizza cartons, Coke cans and urine streaks left by the derros.
    I might not want to look, but I still see.

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  96. Big_Nambas – you are almost certainly right. But that is beside the point. More than a few unionists will be licking their lips. Not many could say that after a decade of Lieboral government with SloMo as its crowning achievement.

  97. You really are as bad as Numbers.

    Don’t tell me Struthpid shot a tent. Looking forward to AOTY awards, Numbers and Struthpid fighting it out for Australia’s most booring * tosser. Harold Scruby didn’t enter this year.* Its a word.

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  98. I can applaud Elon Musk for what he’s doing now, but let’s face it, he made his money being a grifter.

    How is he a grifter in relative terms, you incomparably stoopid redneck? He started up a carmaker and succeeded in remaining alive when every other car startups since the second world war have failed. Tesla took a government backed loan during the financial crisis but every other carmaker in the US did too and more. In fact, every carmaker in the world was offered assistance. EV cars are subsidized, but the subsidy applies to all carmakers building EVs. Tesla never received a cracker more than the others.

    Get back in the delivery truck and go do your bread round, I’ve read as much as I can take from you. Go!

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  99. but I do not begrudge or criticise those who got jabbed.

    ..
    It’s looking more and more like it was a really dumb thing to do.
    Driven by mass hysteria, authoritarian overreach and busybody henpecking.
    What’s not to criticise?

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  100. Tony Burqa made hay if by that you mean he shagged a staffer at taxpayer expense behind his wife’s back.
    Quality guy.

    Elbow’s best mate…birds of a feather.

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  101. 1 hour ago
    Dawson to be sentenced to standards of 40 years ago
    David Murray
    DAVID MURRAY

    Convicted wife killer Chris Dawson will be given a jail term in line with sentencing practices of 40 years ago, expected to result in a lesser sentence than if he committed the same crime today.

    The 74-year-old former high school teacher and Newtown Jets footballer will be sentenced at noon today in Sydney by the highly experienced NSW Supreme Court judge who convicted him of his first wife Lyn’s murder, Ian Harrison SC.

    He has argued his poor health and the publicity associated with The Australian’s investigative podcast series The Teacher’s Pet mean he will do it tougher in jail and warrant a reduced sentence.

    On the flip side, Justice Harrison will take into account that Dawson coldly executed a plan to kill his wife so that he could continue a relationship with one of his former students, deprived his two young daughters of their loving and devoted mother, has shown no remorse and is refusing to reveal the location of Lyn’s remains.

    Laws introduced in NSW this year that generally require offenders convicted of historical crimes to be sentenced according to current practices won’t apply because Dawson was charged beforehand, his sentencing hearing was told last month.

  102. Don’t tell me Struthpid shot a tent. Looking forward to AOTY awards, Numbers and Struthpid fighting it out for Australia’s most booring * tosser. Harold Scruby didn’t enter this year.* Its a word.

    Waffles is nudging in there in the top three, with the latest comment going into detail how his wife is on the “catchment council”. That was last night and it lifted him into the top three. He’s a big contender on Cat Awards Night, which I think is on the evening of the 28th of January. Starts at 8 . Dress is formal.

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  103. He should be racking up the civil suits.

    Be interesting if Luhrmann engaged an aggressive lawyer.

    Serve $10 million suits on a number of parties.

    Settle for $1 million each.

    Still, his name is distinctive and will likely make trouble for him for some years.

    Then again, the north of Australia has a lot of people working in pubs and shops they own outright, and you never ask about their past.

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  104. Don’t forget about the “Death Camps”.

    Nobody will forget the DeaTh Camps. Or this:

    Well what else would you have concluded.

  105. Calli:

    And now they are mumbling about changing the legislation surrounding testimony in order to get the results they want.

    Something we all should remember – I think it was the Howard Government that established the plrinciple that something legal and permissable today can be made illegal and impermissable yesterday.
    That particular legal vulture is going to keep cropping up in our lives for a damn long time.

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  106. Senator Rennick on fire in Senate about the vax. Youtube

    The Greens laugh at jab injuries & shut down debate about jab mandates – Senate Speech 1.12.22

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  107. Musk did not start his companies.

    SpaceX had good timing because the US government wanted to create a private space industry, so it got mega contracts.

  108. … birds of a feather.

    Canberra has never been noted for marital fidelity. Definitely bipartisan support.

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  109. Daily Mail.

    Brittany Higgins is in HOSPITAL as top prosecutor says a retrial would put her life is ‘at risk’ as he slams attacks on alleged rape victim and confirms Australia’s most closely watched trial will be abandoned

    Former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann has had his rape charge dropped
    He was accused of raping Brittany Higgins at Parliament House in March 2019
    The ACT Director of Public Prosecutions has decided to drop controversial case
    Experts feared the trauma of a second trial would risk Ms Higgins’ mental health
    First trial was aborted after a member of the jury brought prohibited material 

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  110. “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that”, eh Monty?

    Someone said that once. I wonder who? Funny how lefties are always so jealous.

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  111. The weirdest thing is, Shanny reads every word of every post i put up, even though he insists he hates them and me and everything about them and me, and persistently calls for a mean girls pile-on from his e-maaates like trev.org. which never comes.
    He needs me.
    Weird.

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  112. Speaking of space, the two top commanders of the US Space Force are in Australia scouting out opportunities for launch bases and local industry support (believe it or not we do have some high tech capabilities “in this space” [apologies!]) and meeting with local defence personnel.

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  113. Brittany Higgins is in HOSPITAL

    Did the fire brigade have to knock her lounge room wall down so they could crane her out?

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  114. “The ACT justice system is a clown show and Chief Justice Lucy McCallum has been the chief architect of its destruction — the worst judge ever appointed to any jurisdiction in Australia.”

    You are forgetting Terrence Higgins.

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  115. Waffles, I scan your comments and some are unintentionally hilarious. You have an amazing strength …. in being incredibly boring. In fact you’re so boring it’s interesting to see if you can carry it to the next comment. You do, you really do.

    You also read my crap too, so don’t be a hypocrite… and you started this.

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  116. Yeezy defending a certain dead tyrant

    This is all the fault of that ridiculous Karkrashian bimbo and her equally hideous family.

    (See? I can do deflection as well as any collectivist crackpot)

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  117. Almost like clockwork, around 7.30am, Cassie strolls into this place and just torches whoever is in her sight. Whether it be Britney, our useless morons masquerading as politicians, Monty, all of it is just a beautiful evisceration. Well done (golf clap)

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  118. Given there has been no march, gatherings nationwide or shrines with teddy bears and tealight candles, I’m going to assume the culprit who killed that poor woman (and her unborn baby) with a concrete block in Perth isn’t white.

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  119. Damn straight. Imagine leaving that sort of material on your phone.

    If – IF – you want to go down that path, at least have the goddamn sense to get yourself a burner phone from the servo or JB and do it properly.

    Another tip.

    If you have 6 on the boil at one time without any (or the wife) and have gone so far as to set up a love nest/flat AND have the burner phone be sure its not the burner phone you leave in the loungeroom when you zip out for “some urgent callout’.

    Im still in awe of the organizational capabilities required to pull this off by my uncle. Who by the way is pretty well a Robert Crumb lookalike.

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  120. Watch for this given a ride on next year’s schedule.

    Lehrmann needs to step up and start prosecuting all the upcoming slurs and bad-mouthing. For the remainder of Australian men.

    Please.

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  121. And here is the Liberal-hating, incompetent dickhead who started it all:

    This morning, Mr Drumgold said he needed to “consider the harm that could be occasioned to a party, particularly a complainant from an ongoing prosecution.”

    “I have made the difficult decision that it is no longer in the public interest to pursue a prosecution at the risk of the complainant’s life,” he said.

    “This has left me no option but to file a notice declining to proceed with the retrial of this matter, which I have done this morning. This brings the prosecution to an end.

    “Before concluding, during the investigation and trial as a sexual assault complainant, Ms Higgins has faced a level of personal attack that I have not seen in over 20 years of doing this work.”

    He knew from the outset there was no proof whatsoever but went ahead anyway, gambling on unlawful publicity winning a guilty verdict.

    Not only should he be sacked. He should be disbarred.

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  122. The ACT justice system is a clown show and Chief Justice Lucy McCallum has been the chief architect of its destruction — the worst judge ever appointed to any jurisdiction in Australia.

    We have a Pat O’Shane from Sydney on line 2 for you …

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  123. Hoggins is in HOSPITAL as top prosecutor says a retrial would put her life is ‘at risk’

    Let’s get one thing straight here thanks, Lehrmann’s the one with his life in ruins.

    Why is hospital capitalised, btw? Bloody j’ismists.

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  124. It’s looking more and more like it was a really dumb thing to do.

    It looked like a really dumb thing to do, even at the time, but it didn’t stop people being forced into it.
    Prudent people deal with the closest wolf to the door, and that varies depending on their personal circumstance.

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  125. What I get out of milligan’s speech
    1. me me me
    2. cases shouldn’t be used as political footballs (but I guess Grace Tame, Lisa Pirate-pete, and Milligan herself are not included?)

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  126. I’m going to assume the culprit who killed that poor woman (and her unborn baby) with a concrete block in Perth isn’t white.

    Perf newspapers are pointing out that he was a recent inmate of Banksia Hill, and member of a street gang…

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  127. m0ntysays:
    December 2, 2022 at 10:14 am
    Musk did not start his companies.

    wrongologist strikes again.

    x.com – founded my Musk and others before merging and forming paypal.

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  128. Continued colonial trauma is a problem in that part of Perf. Care required although an alleged unprovoked attack can’t be ruled out. Safer to stick to the Claremont Quarter or Karrinyup if you can get a park.

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  129. England score 506-4 in 75 overs vs Pakistan on day 1 on the first cricket test in Rawalpindi. Nearly 7 runs per over! 4 centurions on the first day and first time 500 runs has been scored on the first day of a test.

    1st session – 172 runs
    2nd session – 160 runs
    3rd session – 174 runs.

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  130. It looked like a really dumb thing to do, even at the time,

    ..
    We were both constrained from saying so to the full extent at the time by not being medical doctors and not wishing to interfere in other’s individual medical decisions, me more than you maybe, but in hindsight it looks even more dumberer now.
    Remember, people were being arrested for organising resistance on social media, and having their heads stomped on etc for protesting in public. The thug faction in this state won.
    Meanwhile, the mong overseeing the entire disgrace has been returned to power with little effort or push back.

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  131. m0ntysays:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:47 am
    I can applaud Elon Musk for what he’s doing now, but let’s face it, he made his money being a grifter.

    Wow Struth, you do have a brain cell.

    Fascist leftards like m0nty=fa were all for Musk grifting on EVs, then he came out in favour of free speech, and suddenly he is Persona non grata.

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  132. Lizzie:

    We will never know what really happened on that night, and best now to draw a line under it by withdrawal of all charges.

    And there’s the problem – it will never be forgotten by the Sisters, and will be brought up continually whenever it is politically expedient to do so. On the other hand, if Leherman raises it at a time when it is convenient for him, he will be castigated by the same people.
    Your viewpoint is naive and supportive of Leftist ideological game playing. The classic example was Obama ‘reaching across the aisle’ to promote ‘healing and graciousness in the Senate’. He then brought in one of the most racist and corrupt governments the US has ever had in power.
    Another is “Believe all Women” unless it’s Kathy Sherriff.
    I need say no more.
    Leherman deserves his day in Court, otherwise it’s justice denied.

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  133. H B Bear says:
    December 2, 2022 at 9:56 am

    Big_Nambas – you are almost certainly right. But that is beside the point. More than a few unionists will be licking their lips. Not many could say that after a decade of Lieboral government with SloMo as its crowning achievement.

    I just want to make it clear that I do not support the Liberal Party. I am a conservative and they are not conservatives. I was a member of the Liberal party until the day they stabbed Abbott in the back.

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  134. Meanwhile in Victoria’s State Elections, Dans seat of Mulgrave will undergo a recount today. Dan will still romp it home, his primaries votes were ‘unbelievable’. The recount was based on the original count being a two party preferred starting with labor and SFLs. However Ian Cook got more primaries than SFLs. It will be interesting to see how the preferences go on the recount.

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  135. m0ntysays:
    December 2, 2022 at 10:14 am
    Musk did not start his companies.

    SpaceX had good timing because the US government wanted to create a private space industry, so it got mega contracts.

    Meeedeoooowww! Saucer of milk for m0nty=fa?

  136. Meanwhile, the mong overseeing the entire disgrace has been returned to power with little effort or push back.

    Arks, “disillusioning” doesn’t even come close to describing the result of that election. Thank goodness I don’t live there. Although we were still gifted with his intolerable fascist idiocy courtesy of that monstrous screechy Armenian vulture.

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  137. However Ian Cook got more primaries than SFLs.

    Did the slug nominate? Might have trouble with preselection.

  138. ACT Director of Public Prosecutions Shane Drumgold announced this morning that the sexual assault charge against Mr Lehrmann would be dropped, due to an “unacceptable risk to the life of the complainant [Ms Higgins]”.

    My goodness. Lehrmann has been done so, so, so dirty. Anyone capable of a scintilla of objectivity can see the multiple, serious issues with his accuser’s allegations. The fact is that it would have been an epic miscarriage of justice if he were found guilty of the crime. The only way he gets a guilty verdict is if a jury of political activists is empanelled – which is what the Canberra DPP – and probably the judge, too – were banking on. I don’t believe the DPP’s rationale for a second. I think it far more likely they realised that they might face problems picking the jury they needed given the facts of the case. Even in Canberra. The evidence that she herself has admitted to is that damaging to her credibility. Now Lehrmann doesn’t even get the opportunity for vindication. The DPP has sentenced him to a life of being presumed guilty.

    Brittany is in hospital getting the treatment and support she needs,” Ms Webster said in a statement.

    “The last couple of years have been difficult and unrelenting.

    “While it’s disappointing the trial has ended this way, Brittany’s health and safety must always come first.

    Evil cunt. In a just world, she’d be having a few years’ vacation on His Majesty’s tab. That’s what she deserves.

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  139. Not defending your boy Ye, Zippy? For shame.”

    Hey fat fascist fuckwit, how’s your copy of the Protocols going? Need a new copy?

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  140. mUnty punches down

    The mental image of that is kinda amusing.

    A real life Kung Fu Panda…without the cuteness or the intelligence.

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  141. Hey Cranky, what’s your view of Ye and the fact that he and Nick Fuentes broke bread with Trump? Are you still supporting that mob?

  142. Johnny Rotten:

    The War Against Nitrogen Fertilizer is More Than You Realize

    I understand the Nitrogen Fertiliser has had chemicals added to it that prevent its use as an ingredient for boom stuff?
    Yes/No?

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  143. …reparations committee will recommend handing out $223,200 per person to all descendants of slaves in California for ‘housing discrimination’ at a cost of $559BN – in nation’s biggest restitution effort ever

    My grandpappy was a slave, dad too, and I am as well!

    No mention of basically living in the USA is a better deal than living in Africa where your ancestors came from?

    Daily Mail

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  144. I hope Lehrmann can find a sympathetic media outlet that allows him to tell his side of the story. Sky might. Or The Oz.

    The public needs a glimpse of what he’s going through. Because I bet it ain’t pretty. After all, his innocence has now been tacitly confirmed by the Canberra DPP. They can say what they like while dropping the charges, but they’ve nevertheless dropped the charges.

    I hope he explores defamation options against her.

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  145. Cassie of Sydneysays:
    December 2, 2022 at 11:44 am
    Not defending your boy Ye, Zippy? For shame.”

    Hey fat fascist fuckwit, how’s your copy of the Protocols going? Need a new copy?

    The pages of his current copy are stuck together?

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  146. Is this the point where the Courts kick off charges against L Wilkinson for contempt of court or perverting the course of justice after her Loooogies speech. I understood they were holding this back until after the trial.

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  147. I hope Lehrmann can find a sympathetic media outlet that allows him to tell his side of the story
    I expect he is in talks with Australian Story and Four Corners.

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  148. Brittany is in hospital getting the treatment and support she needs,” Ms Webster said in a statement.

    “The last couple of years have been difficult and unrelenting.

    “While it’s disappointing the trial has ended this way, Brittany’s health and safety must always come first.

    Nobody seems to give a fig about the effect of the lynch mob on Lehman’s ‘health and safety’ – let alone the rest of his life.

    What a travesty of justice the whole episode has been. When it got to court and it became apparent that the case against him was tissue-thin, first she has a mental elf crisis that prevents her from appearing for a few days, and when the case is conveniently aborted she does a triumphant public rain-dance in direct contravention of the judge’s orders. Next, the ACT government, seeing the writing on the wall, hastily drafts amendments to the law to potentially save her from having to testify again.

    Now this final act, where poor li’l no-knickers in IN HOSPITAL and therefore it’s all too hard, so the charges are dropped, leaving the accused’s life in tatters. But, guess who the victim is, according to the Sisterhood in the MSM and their low testosterone collaborators?

    It would make a great movie, except that nobody would believe it.

    As for that scumbag ScoMo and those who went along with his appalling interference in the administration of justice by supporting her before the trial, even Turnbuckle never went that low.

    I can’t think of a single party to these events that comes out with any credit, although Lehman is the least liable and has suffered the most. He was a fool to have anything to do with her, and has paid dearly. But others did far, far worse things and have paid not at all.

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  149. I don’t believe the DPP’s rationale for a second. I think it far more likely they realised that they might face problems picking the jury they needed given the facts of the case.

    It is not a coincidence that the court was due to hear an in camera application of an undisclosed nature from the defence later today. Drumgold got in first – thus ensuring a medical bullshit story (rather than the hopelessness of the case he brought) is the narrative that brings the debacle to an end.

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  150. Fair Shakesays:
    December 2, 2022 at 12:00 pm
    Is this the point where the Courts kick off charges against L Wilkinson for contempt of court or perverting the course of justice after her Loooogies speech. I understood they were holding this back until after the trial.

    one would fucking hope so – but I have no confidence that anything will be done.

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  151. An Irish painter by the name of Murphy, while not a brilliant scholar, was a gifted portrait artist. Over a short number of years, his fame grew and soon people from all over Ireland were coming to get him to paint their likenesses. One day, a beautiful young English woman arrived at his house in a stretch limo and asked if he would paint her in the nude. This being the first time anyone had made such a request he was a bit perturbed, particularly when the woman told him that money was no object; in fact, and she was willing to pay up to 10,000 pounds. Not wanting to get into any marital strife, he asked her to wait while he went into the house to confer with Mary, his wife. They talked much about the rightness and wrongness of it. It was hard to make the decision but finally his wife agreed, on one condition. In a few minutes he returned. “T’would be me pleasure to paint yer portrait, missus” he said “The wife says it’s okay. “I’ll paint you in the nude all right; but I have to at least leave me socks on, so I have a place to wipe me brushes”.

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  152. The whole Higgins debacle today has a Blazing Saddles flavour.

    “If you prosecute him I’ll kill myself!”.

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  153. Then again, the north of Australia has a lot of people working in pubs and shops they own outright, and you never ask about their past.

    Stayed in a place “owned” by the host’s partner once. One of those places off the grid so to speak, out of the way with no mobile service or FTA tv. Pleasant guy on surface but long way from the capital city…

    Drove to Cairns last night. Gordonvale upgrade still no closer to completion, have to 3 or 4 years now. Bruce Hwy in it’s usual poor state and they are lowering speed limits around Innisfail but trying to pass off as roadworks. Nice try but fail as that section was allegedly roadworks about a year ago and nothing has changed except the road is worse… Can’t wait till the Olympics sucking all the remaining cash into an already pampered SEQ.

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  154. Ursula von der Leyen – the world’s most elegant knucklehead – accidentally reveals that Ukraine’s army has essentially been wiped out.

    Ukraine is very very displeased.

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  155. Monty, you utter spastic.
    Try, just try to hold a principle, a value, and not just act tribally.

    We know what you’re going to say before you say it.
    We know what position you are going to have as well.
    We also hear those telling you what to think.
    We laugh at those you have let (lazily) think for you.

    Elon Musk was fantastic according to the left, until he decided to be an individual.
    Until he decided to be on the side of free speech…well at least more than the left.
    You know the left…

    The socialists.
    The NAZIS (national socialists).
    The Communists and fascists.
    All centralised power dictatorships from hell.

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  156. Hey fat fascist fuckwit, how’s your copy of the Protocols going? Need a new copy?

    If you could make it a version typed on fabric so it can go through the washing machine? His current and previous copies have too many pages stuck together.

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  157. “He got off on a technicality!”

    And how many got convicted on a technicality – there’s the rub.

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  158. It was certainly a spectacle to see Alex Jones argue with Ye about whether Hitler was a good dude or not, putting Jones surprisingly on the anti side. Very 2022 areas.

  159. In other news, the decision by Aileen Cannon to appoint a special master to oversee the evidence that the FBI took in their raid of Mar-A-Lago has been reversed on appeal.

    Things not going well in Trumpland.

  160. 10m ago
    Dawson jailed for 24 years
    Claire Harvey
    CLAIRE HARVEY

    Justice Harrison has sentenced Dawson to 24 years, commencing on the date of his conviction, 30 august 2022.

    He will serve a non-parole period expiring on 29 August 2040.
    26 minutes ago
    Lyn ‘was killed in her own home’

    Lynette Dawson was killed in her own home in what Justice Harrison says was a “very serious offence”.

    “The murder of Lynette Dawson is an objectively very serious offence,” Justice Harrison said. “Mr Dawson planned to kill his wife. He did so in a domestic context and in her own home.

    “In that last respect and bearing in mind that i have to be satisfied of factors adverse to Mr Dawson to the criminal standard (beyond reasonable doubt) … i nevertheless find Mrs Dawson was killed at 2 Gilwinga Drive, Bayview.”

    Justice Harrison said Dawson killed Lynette “for the selfish and single purpose of eliminating the obst she created too the single life with JC. LD was faultless and undeserving of her fate.”
    13 minutes ago
    Delay not a mitigating factor
    Claire Harvey
    CLAIRE HARVEY

    Justice Harrison said he did not accept Dawson’s argument that the delay between his crime and his conviction had imposed an unfair burden on him.

    He said Mr Dawson actively agitated for a permanent stay of the proceedings, which was his right.

    “The legal processes inevitably delayed his trial. Any state of uncertain suspense … related principally if not completely to the unpredictable outcome of his stay application.

    “Mr Dawson has enjoyed until his arrest 36 years in the community unimpeded by the taint of a conviction for killing his wife or a conviction for doing so.”

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  161. Robert Sewell:
    There are several types of nitrogenous fertiliser, the main three used in Australia are ammonium phosphate, ammonium sulphate ammonium nitrate. Three quite different molecules.
    Only the last, ammonium nitrate is capable of going ‘boom’, and to make it do that you have to mix it with an accelerant, such as diesel, compress it somewhat, and then you need a source of detonation. At least that is how I remember using it as a youth to blast out some old tree stumps.
    It does not just go ‘boom’ by itself.

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  162. It looked like a really dumb thing to do, even at the time, but it didn’t stop people being forced into it.
    Prudent people deal with the closest wolf to the door, and that varies depending on their personal circumstance.

    Prudent people don’t let the enemy kill them without a fight.

    You accepted the bullet knowing you might have a bit of time before it knocks you over.

    You call it heroic.
    I call it fucking nuts.

    “I let them fuck me up the freckle so they don’t do it again”
    So it was…..
    “let us kill you now, (you’ll die later), or we’ll take your job”

    Fuck that, you’re not getting my job…kill me now!

    That’s winning.
    FMD.

    Again, the sudden death toll and excess deaths are now rising fast per month.

    They know it’s about to get too noticable to hide.
    So they are already out with the propaganda…and although those deaths were obviously from the jab, they’ll be reported as everything from “unknown natural causes” to “this is nothing unusual, children have always died of heart attacks and strokes”

    The fact is they’ll make up any shit, they won’t be held accountable by the media they own and so….whatcha gunna do about it?

    They can say what they like.

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  163. Finance / Banking Cats, we have been offered ANZ Private Banking for a service, I’d never heard of them before, but just wondering pros and cons.

    Is it a ruse or worthwhile fee for service? (About 5K +/- depending on how much advice)

    🙂

  164. This looks to be some good fun with St ruth having a bash at Monty pox virus. BTW, where is Mrs Stencho Pantyhose these daze? And why not have Head Case, a Suitable Case for Treatment, join in with the banter.

    Happy Friday “ladies”……………………..

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  165. Helensays:
    December 2, 2022 at 12:45 pm
    Finance / Banking Cats, we have been offered ANZ Private Banking for a service, I’d never heard of them before, but just wondering pros and cons.

    Is it a ruse or worthwhile fee for service? (About 5K +/- depending on how much advice)

    ?

    The best advice is to run a mile or two and avoid them like the Plague along with ALL groups associated with the Banksters……………………………Macquarie as well.

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  166. Robert Sewell:
    There are several types of nitrogenous fertiliser, the main three used in Australia are ammonium phosphate, ammonium sulphate ammonium nitrate. Three quite different molecules.
    Only the last, ammonium nitrate is capable of going ‘boom’, and to make it do that you have to mix it with an accelerant, such as diesel, compress it somewhat, and then you need a source of detonation. At least that is how I remember using it as a youth to blast out some old tree stumps.
    It does not just go ‘boom’ by itself.

    Some might remember the boom from a truck carrying ammonium nitrate after it mixed with the truck’s diesel.
    A small meteorite crater where a road used to be.

    They need to disarm us.

    Not just of guns.

    I keep saying that the fight will be in the USA.
    Trump upset the 2030 Agenda and they made a move before they got the guns.
    All they were trying to do before Trump was get the guns and all they are still trying to do is get the guns.

    The billionaires doing this to us are not self made billionaires.
    Like Soros, an insider trading crook of the highest order.
    Grifters like Schwab have never done a day’s work in their lives.

    They are ignorant and dumb.
    But evil none the less.
    The extent of their evil cannot be fathomed, therefore not believed by the masses, and millions of deaths have already occurred and billions more will occur (if they are not stopped) purely because people will refuse to believe it could be true.
    Despite history telling us it’s absolutely on the cards.
    Now zey have ze technology!!!

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  167. …reparations committee will recommend handing out $223,200 per person to all descendants of slaves in California for ‘housing discrimination’ at a cost of $559BN – in nation’s biggest restitution effort ever

    We have now passed into the Chapelle zone..
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8LroCgg3uc

    As i said before, dishing out piles of OPM to dysfunctional people will kill thousands of them.

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  168. Its remarkable

    In my world. Sounds right. ANFO emulsion (amonium nitrate fuel oils aka deisel) put in hole then a step up charge usually dynamite.

    Freind was an assault pioneer. They did same but mixed the anfo lot themselves. He said they used to use a 10% step up of an rdx/tnt composite to set off.

    Could be wrong but remember as a teen in rural Vic farmers using superphospate to launch stumps. Kids used to talk about at school all the time., then again could be mistaken identity.

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  169. Sancho died of the Jab.
    Dead.
    Like Choo Choo.
    Died of the jab.

    Now , of course this is boring for the old trophy wives of the forum so don’t go on about it.

    Who’s next?
    tick tick tick.

    (If that doesn’t bring Sancho back to prove me wrong….he’s dead).

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  170. Prudent people don’t let the enemy kill them without a fight.

    You accepted the bullet knowing you might have a bit of time before it knocks you over.

    You see, this is where you’ve gone wrong and lost your support within a sympathetic crowd.

    You say I knew it was going to kill me. I didn’t, still don’t, for certain, and more importantly, neither do you.

    No one knew, and that’s the true issue and crime here. The outcomes were unknown and they sold it as though they were. They then strongly coerced people with ever increasing tyranny, another related, but separate abomination.

    Your fundamental arguments are sound, Struth, but your exaggerations, assumptions and shrill tone weaken your position and open your arguments up to justifiable questioning and criticism. You are your own worst enemy.

    You call it heroic.
    I call it fucking nuts.

    So is charging a machine gun pit, but you turn up on 25 April every year to honour it. Sometimes people do stupid things for good reasons, and it’s not always through ignorance or brainwashing.

    You’ve over stepped the mark with me, so now please fuck off!

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