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Re: Rugby League 2018

Post by skully on Sat 17 Mar 2018, 01:55

Aye h. Phenomenal effort from my late wife's favourite player.
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Post by horace on Sat 17 Mar 2018, 02:44

Noice!
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Post by skully on Sat 17 Mar 2018, 20:54

Tigers 2-0 after bagging a late try to ruin Slater's 300th.
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Post by JGK on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 06:53

Oh dear Slimeys.

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Post by skully on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 07:33

Aye. I gave the game away as something interesting to watch at 18-0 after 13 minutes.
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Post by skully on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 07:39

I wonder what odds you could've got about Dragons, Warriors, Panthers and Tigers being the only undefeated teams after 2 rounds?? Shocked
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Post by skully on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 09:56

skully wrote:I wonder what odds you could've got about Dragons, Warriors, Panthers, Knights and Tigers being the only undefeated teams after 2 rounds?? Shocked

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Post by horace on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 11:41

skully wrote:
skully wrote:I wonder what odds you could've got about Dragons, Warriors, Panthers, Knights and Tigers being the only undefeated teams after 2 rounds?? Shocked

Fixed.

wow! The odds would be astronomical. An amazing start to the season. Pity the Stormies got done in Bill's milestone match. Heard a bit of Bellamy's presser and to say he was furious with his team is an understatement. He still acknowledged the effort of the Oppo, whoyne could watch it and learn.

You'd hate to be a Slimy fan. Copping a hiding from the C Filth is demoralising. Can they win a game?
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Post by skully on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 12:23

Aye h, the Slimeys are already firming as Spoon faves.
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Post by horace on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 22:35

skully wrote:Aye h, the Slimeys are already firming as Spoon faves.

Would have thought the bookies will stop taking bets soon. Scallywag, given the need to boost non taxable income, I suggest taking a double on the Slimies and #lolNorf to win the respective comp spoons. A safe bet unless jgk plonks on as well.
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Post by horace on Sun 18 Mar 2018, 23:02

skully wrote:Aye h, the Slimeys are already firming as Spoon faves.

Would have thought the bookies will stop taking bets soon. Scallywag, given the need to boost non taxable income, I suggest taking a double on the Slimies and #lolNorf to win the respective comp spoons. A safe bet unless jgk plonks on as well.
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Post by skully on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 05:47

For the record, as it might not happen again this season...

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Post by skully on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 05:51

horace wrote:
skully wrote:Aye h, the Slimeys are already firming as Spoon faves.

Would have thought the bookies will stop taking bets soon. Scallywag, given the need to boost non taxable income, I suggest taking a double on the Slimies and #lolNorf to win the respective comp spoons. A safe bet unless jgk plonks on as well.

My investments did OK thanks to my non-gambling habits. Thanks anyway, h.

I just need the farquin govt to stop changing the goalposts from when I did all my retirement sums. Qunts.
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Post by horace on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 05:57

Oh well, you can always flog your body parts or hair for rugs ... Oops sorry, just remembered the Skully noggin.
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Post by skully on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 07:09

Not sure my organs will be much use either, h.

Had an interesting philosophical discussion with my ICU nurse daughter last night. She has been looking after a 30 year old alcoholic woman whose liver is shot to ribbons. She has days to live and is ineligible for a transplant because she "Hinched" hers.

I jokingly said to her "I guess my drinking habits make me ineligible too?". She looked at me and said it would be up for debate!!!! I said "so you'd dob your dear old man in for a few drinks at night???!!!"

I have been looking after myself for some time, have cut down the vinos to 2 a night maximum and have dropped some kgs, but it's the history that counts, she says.

Geez Louise!!! Thankfully my liver is far from shot.  Shocked
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Post by lardbucket on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 07:22

I reckon you're blacklisted already, skully, merlot levels would still be high.

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Post by skully on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 08:23

I think that was what my sprog was inferring. Liver numbers from blood tests are fine.
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Post by lardbucket on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 12:02

They're not worth much.

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Post by horace on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 20:43

My levels are cactus from the kero, but I have zero interest in a transplant.

I can remember the "Prince Charles Hospital" in Brisbanal wearing their smug boots after completing a 3X operation - lung, liver and heart - at a stupendous cost. A phenomenal waste of money. While Oz still possesses a wonderful health system, we still spend a disproportionate amount on hospitals at the expensive of preventive health care.

As a community I'd prefer we adjust spends to support strong evidenced based interventions, eg the first 1000 days from conception that focuses on child and maternal health that gives gives kids the strongest health platform for future life. I have observed significant improvements in outcomes for bubs and toddlers from disadvantaged families from such approaches.

Faced with a hard spend choice between such population health measures and interventions extending quantity of life for mainly old folk with end of life conditions, my choice would be clear.
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Post by skully on Mon 19 Mar 2018, 21:13

Interesting stuff, h.
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Post by skully on Wed 21 Mar 2018, 07:52

skully wrote:
skully wrote:I wonder what odds you could've got about Dragons, Warriors, Panthers, Knights and Tigers being the only undefeated teams after 2 rounds?? Shocked

Fixed.

This article will probably put the moz on the undefeated teams.

"Sportsbet have revealed to foxsports.com.au that a $1 flutter on the Dragons, Tigers, Knights and Warriors all going undefeated for the first three rounds of the season would have returned a whopping collect of $30,600.
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In Round 3 the Warriors meet the winless Raiders, the Tigers host Wayne Bennett’s unconvincing Broncos, the Dragons visit the Titans and a Newcastle side chock full of ex-Roosters face their old team brimming with motivation to knock them over."


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I now expect the Dragons to get snotted by the Tits.
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Post by skully on Thu 22 Mar 2018, 22:04

Storm way too good for the Cows.
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Post by skully on Fri 23 Mar 2018, 11:33

Bullshit way to end a very hard, tough and even match. Ashley Klein decided to be the hero and give a dubious penalty for unsquare Tiger markers right on the 30 m line directly in front to gift the match to the Nags.

I reckon (and so did the commentators) the Broncos were offside for the majority of the Golden Point period, but the refs put their whistles away.

Let the players win the game, you qunt.
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Post by horace on Fri 23 Mar 2018, 18:12

The refs are scared of Whoyne.
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Post by Big Dog on Sat 24 Mar 2018, 07:28

Shyte tipping round so far Rolling Eyes
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