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RIP Stan...must have clocked up some miles attending all the conventions he did around the world...was always popping up somewhere.

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RIP Laverne  :(

another little piece of my childhood gone...

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From my childhood.....

RIP Captain 

it could also fit in the MTB category !  :lol:

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Hahaha, loved that song!

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Stunning play all round really, the cross, the header and then that save...

 

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RIP Peter Tork of the Monkees.

Before my time but on school summer holidays in the early 90's they would show the reruns at breakfast time..Happy memories of watching this while downing some breakfast and then heading out on my bike or to play football all day..I see the opening titles and i just think immediately 'school summer holidays'.

Was all good fun that show anyway...rip Peter.

Edited by Smoggy

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I'm off to the cake shop in his honour.

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RIP Andrew Preview :(

One for the poms on the board as not sure the others here will get that...

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Posted (edited)
40 minutes ago, JackDoff said:

RIP Keith Flint   :(

Indeed...he was a nutcase mind...one of those types that you suspected wouldn't reach a quiet old age retirement...

Edited by Smoggy

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I found the following tweet on Keith and I so hope this is true :D

"Keith Flint kept a swearbox above the fire in the pub he used to own (The Leather Bottle in Pleshey Essex). Whenever he put logs and kindling in and someone piped up with the obvious joke, he'd point to it and charge them a quid"


 

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What a shame he hasn't  lived (hopefully) to see another Labor govt.

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One of the few Australian PM's that people overseas actually knew ....big personality and from what the wife tells me a very good leader.

 

 

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Bob Hawke was a leader before political correctness. He was bold and said what he thought. He stood up for what he believed in. A true icon of Australia. 

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51 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

One of the few Australian PM's that people overseas actually knew ....big personality and from what the wife tells me a very good leader.

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

About an Australian a PM as you could get :D He must have had a few beers by the this was broadcast.

 

Edited by Smoggy

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8 hours ago, Smoggy said:

About an Australian a PM as you could get :D He must have had a few beers by the this was broadcast.

 

I remember that day well. How good was it having your PM acting like a normal person, celebrating a famous sporting win , not like all the other stuffed shirt nerds trying to act like “ one of us” . 

RIP Bob 

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I reckon Hawkie died of a broken heart from witnessing the current state of Australian politics during this election campaign.

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33 minutes ago, JackDoff said:

I remember that day well. How good was it having your PM acting like a normal person, celebrating a famous sporting win , not like all the other stuffed shirt nerds trying to act like “ one of us” . 

RIP Bob 

The prerequisite for any PM is that they should be able to down a beer in one go.

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16 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

The prerequisite for any PM is that they should be able to down a beer in one go.

He actually attributed that as the biggest factor to his political success.

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1 minute ago, Burztur said:

He actually attributed that as the biggest factor to his political success.

I have Shorten down as a midi of shandy man...and Scott as only wine in church on Sundays.

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Personally, I don't care what your preferred poison is. What annoys me the most is the wooden politically correct responses for fear of putting certain demographics out of joint.

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4 hours ago, Smoggy said:

I have Shorten down as a midi of shandy man...and Scott as only wine in church on Sundays.

Watched Morrison ,on the news ,drink a beer in Qld? last week. FMD the most awkward attempt at being an   “everyman “ I’ve ever seen . 

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