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Post by skully on Mon 12 Feb 2018, 21:38

MrK objects to riff raff parking in his suburb

"RESIDENTS of a street in Mosman have engaged in a war of words over a Winnebago after one disgruntled local plastered a note on the windscreen telling the owner of the campervan it was an “embarrassment”.

Dannielle Miller poster a series of photos to Twitter detailing the written exchanges, herself commenting “This is peak Mosman”."




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Post by skully on Tue 20 Feb 2018, 06:35

The Ghanis have been giving the Zimbots a real touch up in their JAMODI series.

They won the 2 T20s easily and won the the JAMODIs 4-1 with easy wins in the 4 victories.
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Post by skully on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 04:20

Charles Woolley's Nein 60 Minutes interview with PM Jacinda Ardern went down well in Sheepville.

"New Zealanders have criticised an interview with their prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, as “creepy” and “sexist”.

In the opening segment of the Australian current affairs show 60 Minutes , which aired on Sunday night, the veteran reporter Charles Wooley described the 37-year-old Ardern as “attractive”.
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“I’ve met a lot of prime ministers in my time,” says Wooley, filmed strolling the corridors of Parliament House with Ardern, the camera pulling in for a close-up on Ardern’s smiling face. “But none so young, not too many so smart, and never one so attractive.”

Wooley goes on to say that like the rest of New Zealand, he is “smitten” with their prime minister, with Channel Nine describing the interview in promos as a behind-the-scenes special with a world leader “like no other”, who is “young, honest and pregnant”."


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What did they want? Hard hitting journalism that got to the root of her policies?? You're kidding!!
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Post by Big Dog on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 07:18

skully wrote:Charles Woolley's Nein 60 Minutes interview with PM Jacinda Ardern went down well in Sheepville.

"New Zealanders have criticised an interview with their prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, as “creepy” and “sexist”.

In the opening segment of the Australian current affairs show 60 Minutes , which aired on Sunday night, the veteran reporter Charles Wooley described the 37-year-old Ardern as “attractive”.
'The anti-Trump': New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern earns nickname from Vogue
Read more

“I’ve met a lot of prime ministers in my time,” says Wooley, filmed strolling the corridors of Parliament House with Ardern, the camera pulling in for a close-up on Ardern’s smiling face. “But none so young, not too many so smart, and never one so attractive.”

Wooley goes on to say that like the rest of New Zealand, he is “smitten” with their prime minister, with Channel Nine describing the interview in promos as a behind-the-scenes special with a world leader “like no other”, who is “young, honest and pregnant”."


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What did they want? Hard hitting journalism that got to the root of her policies?? You're kidding!!

Sadly we now live in an age where people 'live' to be offended as 'being offended' has now become a legitimate form of protest to certain people.
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Post by skully on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 07:21

Aye Mr Dog. Being "professionally offended" is tedious as fark.
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Post by horace on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 08:19

Yet you and Mr Dog are quick to take offence.
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Post by skully on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 09:42

Phurt. I just tell you to fark off. Wink
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Post by horace on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 10:41

Hehehe. Tis a while since I received the advice on obtaining 6 asterisks.
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Post by skully on Mon 26 Feb 2018, 22:56

Get ****** horrie
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Post by skully on Wed 14 Mar 2018, 22:33

"What man would've knocked it back?"

" A passenger who was fined $700 after receiving oral sex on a train has defended his actions, asking, "What man would have knocked it back?"

Shane Brennan, 38, said he began speaking to the woman on the platform.

The father of three, from Wollongong, south of Sydney, said he agreed to have her perform oral sex on him, news.com.au reports.

"[The woman] was pretty horny and ready to go," he told Daily Mail Australia. "Toey as."

But their late-morning liaison was captured on the CCTV, and staff were waiting for the pair when the train pulled into Wollongong Railway Station.

Brennan told the Daily Mail he now regrets his actions after receiving a "bollocking" from a magistrate and having the encounter written up in the regional newspaper, and feared his partner may find out.

"As soon as the deed was done I was out of there and off ... I didn't know they had cameras all throughout the train."

The woman, who is known to police, confirmed Brennan's story."


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Jayzus, you'd never know where her mouth has been!! Cool
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Post by skully on Thu 10 May 2018, 06:18

Bannies are funny

"A man and his son have been embarrassingly paraded in “space suits” by Indian police after they were arrested for allegedly defrauding a businessman by pretending to work for NASA.

The pair allegedly convinced the businessman to buy a copper plate for US$213,156 ($285,715), which they claimed had “special properties”, police said on Wednesday.

Police told Indian media the men passed off the metal plate as a “rare piece of copper”, which they said was “struck by thunderbolt” giving the ability to attract rice.

They allegedly told their investor piece of metal could be sold to NASA and India’s space agency for around US$5.5 billion ($7.4 billion), BBC reported."


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