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  1. Ossified

    Western Sydney Stadium Open!

    It's sad, so sad... it's a sad sad situation and it's getting more and more absurd.
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    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    More Hunches going on here than at a "Quasimodo Convention"
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    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Have we got any players to train?
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    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    It's pretty well known, even among Smurf supporters, that the Cap does not apply to them or Victory. Both these teams are laughing at the rest of us.
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    Julian Assange arrested by UK police

    And jokes as such tend to be told by bigoted and ignorant F/wits.
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    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    So Matty Simon is still an option then.
  7. Wish it was but it's not...you see a significant number of Americans believe the World is Flat and the World was made in 7 days etc etc etc now on to Noah's Ark. The mind boggles. Ark Encounter, the multimillion-dollar theme park and monument to fundamentalist Christianity whose centrepiece is a giant replica of Noah's Ark, is suing its insurance carriers over rain-related damages on the property. The Washington Post
  8. Nah, would suck up all the Suns energy... QLD Maybe? US town rejects solar farm because locals fear panels will ‘suck up all the energy from the sun’ Network WritersNews Corp Australia December 15, 2015 5:41AM TOPICS World NewsTechnologyEnvironment A SMALL American town rejected a solar farm proposal after locals complained the panels would suck up all the energy from the sun. Yes, you read that correctly. Residents at the Woodland Town Council community meeting in North Carolina also claimed the panels would cause cancer and stop plants from growing, according to the Roanoke-Chowan Herald-News. Councillors were voting on whether to redefine agriculturally designated land for manufacturing so Strata Solar Company could build a solar farm. Local Bobby Mann said he watched his community “dry up” when the 1-95 was built and worried a solar farm would do the same, before adding it would use up all the sun’s energy. “You’re killing your town,” he said. “All the young people are going to move out.” His wife, retired science teacher Jane Mann, feared the proposed solar ranch could thwart photosynthesis and stop plants from growing. She also said no one had proved solar panels didn’t cause cancer. “I want to know what’s going to happen. I want information. Enough is enough. I don’t see the profit for the town,” she said. “People come with hidden agendas. Until we can find if anything is going to damage this community, we shouldn’t sign any paper.” Other residents worried the proposed solar farm would hurt housing prices. Strata Solar Company representative Brent Niemann tried to appease the residents, saying solar panels generate power using sunlight that hits them directly. “The panels don’t draw additional sunlight,” he said. But his comments fell on deaf ears. The council voted 3-1 against the proposal and agreed to place a moratorium on future solar farms. According to NASA, for a solar farm to “suck up all the energy from the sun,” it would have to absorb more than 500 billion horsepower in one second.
  9. The Western Weekender has a team of full-time and part-time journalists, as well as columnists. The current news team includes: Troy Dodds (Editor), Emily Newton (Crime & Politics), Alena Higgins (Courts & Council), Lauren Suttie (General News) and Nathan Taylor (Sport). Long-time columnists include Alex McKenzie (Finance) and Troy Dodds (opinion), but the newspaper runs between 10 and 15 columns across a range of subjects each week. High-profile columnists have in the past included Erin Molan, Peter Overton, Ray Hadley
  10. And having Ray Hadley as a Columnist...sorta gives one a hint what kind of Newspaper this is. Maybe he was their expert on Domestic Violence issues.
  11. Sorry Sonar but you have it all wrong, It's all Labours fault, it always has been and it always will be. You need to listen carefully to the Liar from the Shire.
  12. Nah.. dangerous place frequented by racist Right wing Fascist terrorists who massacre innocent men, women and children....You know what I mean, don't you?
  13. Therein lies part of the problem, lack of education coupled with being thick as cowshit (apologies to our bovines.).
  14. They are clearly adhering to the old adage (from my Irish Grandma) "Vote early and Vote often"
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    David Squires Cartoons

    "Talk back radio hosts..........They're also more than willing to roll up their sleves and sift through the detrius of your life to unearth any evidence of anti-establishment tendencies" Sadly this is so true, in a way it's not funny but scary.