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« 2010-Oct-08, 09:45 PM Reply #50 »
What do these female swimmers do with their tits?

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« 2010-Oct-10, 06:02 PM Reply #51 »
Kimillsy - a duel exceptor yesterday.

Lesson: best not post outlandish statements whilst in one's cups.

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« 2010-Oct-11, 09:30 AM Reply #52 »
Heard of this from the front.

General " Morning Mr Abbott, did you sleep well?"

Abbott "I'm fine thanks General, I want you to embed me with the troops for four days to see whether they are doing it tougher than I am recovering from jetlag"

General " Sorry, Mr Abbott, no can do for security reasons"

Abbott " Because I might say something stupid and have the Taliban, the locals, the allies and our own troops gunning for me?"

General "Well, that's one reason, there is another more important reason."

Abbott " What?"

General "Have a look at yourself man, with you running around in those red Speedoes every man and his dog will be taking potshots at everyone within cooee of you?

Abbott "Oh"

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« 2010-Oct-11, 06:48 PM Reply #53 »
My escritoire has been rifled.

I suspect I know the culprit.


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« 2010-Oct-12, 12:45 PM Reply #54 »
Yep, just as I suspected: it was my senior footman, Symes.

Was looking for the key to my successful punting, he told me.

Well, I've just punted him.



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« 2010-Oct-12, 12:46 PM Reply #55 »
What do these female swimmers do with their tits?

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Did you figure this out ?

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« 2010-Oct-12, 03:12 PM Reply #56 »
Did you figure this out ?

I know what I would do with them  :sweat:

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« 2010-Oct-13, 08:15 PM Reply #57 »
I wonder what others do with their inglenooks during summer.


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« 2010-Oct-14, 06:16 PM Reply #58 »
TonyWatch

"PeopleSkills" Tony

"jetlagged" Tony

"Don't believe anything I say" Tony

"Gatekeeper of the nation's values and ideals" Tony

That's off the top of my head.

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« 2010-Oct-15, 08:19 PM Reply #59 »
Hi Kristina.

They tell me you don't read what I say.

I can't believe that.



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« 2010-Oct-17, 05:59 PM Reply #60 »
Re the Climate Change Debate.

We need to answer this

What is worse for Mankind?

If the Believers are wrong - and we spend too much by doing too much.

Or

If the Sceptics are wrong - and we don't spend enough by doing little.


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« 2010-Oct-19, 12:46 PM Reply #61 »
I couldn't find an appropriate thread for this so I thought I'd stick it in here.

The sires of the eight winners at Muswellbrook yesterday were
Magic Albert (2)
Stravinsky
Choisir
Hussonet
More Than Ready
Redoubte's Choice
Fastnet Rock.

We're talking Muswellbrook, not Randwick.
 

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« 2010-Oct-19, 11:11 PM Reply #62 »
Re the Climate Change Debate.

We need to answer this

What is worse for Mankind?

If the Believers are wrong - and we spend too much by doing too much.

Or

If the Sceptics are wrong - and we don't spend enough by doing little.


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We do have to do something but it has to be the right thing.

As I keep saying, dropping our emissions from 1.4% of global emissions to 1.26%- which would be absolute best case, is not the right thing to do. In fact it is patently stupid.

It is not morally or logically right to put untold pressure on lower income earners to achieve these results. Even if the Climate Change science is accepted by all, it is still not morally right to tax everyone to make this small difference. The efforts have to be focused on things that CAN make a difference. And getting the USA and China to change policy is plan A, B and Z.

It's like the 2 schools and the BER on the front page of today's paper from the same electorate. Both received $3 million but the results were very different

At Mount Crosby State School, the centre of one of 21 complaints lodged in Queensland against BER, $3 million is not enough to put four walls around an 831sq m hall and to add a 273sq m library and resource centre to the school's existing 111sq m library.

But Moggill State School, which fought to have its own project manager and won, is building a hall of almost 1500sq m and a library and 458sq m resource centre   for the same price.


With a tiny bit of planning, both schools would get the facilities they deserve. It is just disgraceful. The problem has come because people have convinced themselves that 'we will look back in 10 years and at least the schools will have something.'

Why not  :censored: ing do it properly from the start?

With Climate Change and the Carbon Tax we can't afford to do something just to do it. You guys think that is the moral high ground but it isn't. You are putting pressure on young families for no real benefit. That is immoral.

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« 2010-Oct-20, 01:12 PM Reply #63 »
I see the Anglican archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen, has been able to hang on to his humble Darling Point manse.

It's such a relief as those anxious to sell were going to turf him out, and stick him into a humbler $8 million shack.


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« 2010-Oct-24, 04:40 PM Reply #64 »
On the one hand we've got some of our very best trainers and fitness assessors, on various threads, saying that So You Think has had enough (after a four race prep)

And on the other hand we've got Bart saying he needs a run in the Mackinnon.

 :chin: :chin:

I don't know who to believe.


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« 2010-Oct-24, 04:45 PM Reply #65 »
  :lol:

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« 2010-Oct-24, 05:36 PM Reply #66 »
Well, where else can you train a racehorse with out ever having to put a saddle on     :lol:

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« 2010-Oct-24, 07:23 PM Reply #67 »
Trying to figure it out I've decided to turn to history.

So You Think  began this prep on the 28 Aug winning the Memsie

Then won the Underwood

Then won the Yalumba Caulfield Stakes

Before he won the Cox Plate.

Now some say he's buggered. Looked stressed after the win. Time for rest. They say.


Rising Fast  began his prep on the 4th Sept for a 4th in the Memsie. 7 days later than SYT's 1st start.

Then won the Feehan

Then 2nd in the Underwood

Then won the Turnbull

Then won the Caulfield Stakes

Then won the Caulfield Cup

Then won his Cox Plate on the 23rd Oct.

Then won the Mackinnon

Then won The CUP

and

Then for good measure, four days later, finished his prep with a win in the Fisher Plate.   

 :chin:
I think I've figured someting out.


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« 2010-Oct-25, 07:08 PM Reply #68 »
I'm thinking of leaving the forum.




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« 2010-Oct-25, 07:10 PM Reply #69 »
Why?

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« 2010-Oct-25, 07:19 PM Reply #70 »
Well, because of you actually.

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« 2010-Oct-25, 07:31 PM Reply #71 »
Trying to figure it out I've decided to turn to history.

I think I've figured someting out.


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So you've got your swiss bank account number to place your melbourne cup winings, in order to purchase Bob Dylan's first abode to live happily ever after.  Oh ! providing yu have the winning MC combination   :biggrin:

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« 2010-Oct-25, 08:09 PM Reply #72 »
I've always wondered what my obit would read.

Reading Vamp's post re Jim gave me cause for pause.

But

I've decided to carry on.

I reckon I know what my obit would read.

"Thank God he's gone"

And I'm not gunna give that opportunity.

Voluntarily anyway.


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« 2010-Oct-25, 08:52 PM Reply #73 »
I don't want to have anything to do with the reason for you leaving  :tears:

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« 2010-Oct-26, 11:52 AM Reply #74 »
For fifty-one weeks of the year connections whinge that their horses have been given too much weight.

For one week they whinge that they haven't been given enough weight.



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