Dr. Mubutu

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About Dr. Mubutu

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  • Birthday 10/04/1986

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    Harmes; Viney; HOOOOGAAAANNNNN

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  1. Regional Queensland, on-call.' Loved the win, though!
  2. (In my best Channel Seven commentator's voice) Did you know he was actually drafted as a forward, Bruce?
  3. I would be over the moon in this scenario.
  4. This shits me royally. Being in Queensland, it's glaringly obvious how many Saturday night games the Lions were handed 2009-2015, as they were the ones being played on FTA here.
  5. Seems an odd job for the recruiting staff, I'd stick to having the coaches do it.
  6. And yet, 8th for MFC games played on the current list.
  7. Great, now I'm hungry.
  8. If I may blaspheme for a moment, perhaps in the Neitz mould? Drafted as a forward, moved back out of necessity, now blooming as a KPF, knowing all of the tricks?
  9. 6. Jetta 5. Oliver (bonus points for lip to the scum supporters) 4. TMac 3. Petracca 2. Frost 1. Harmes
  10. Would Tim Smith be a chance to return, if no Hogan? It was reported he was available last weekend. Obviously it would depend on how he goes (assuming he plays) for Casey on Sunday, but surely worth keeping in the mix?
  11. $$$
  12. At least we're not turning up knowing they won't, so that's some improvement over recent seasons.
  13. The difference is basically that the author of this letter specifically delivered it to somebody in the media. They knew it would get a reaction (and, surprising nobody, it's blown up). As much as we like to think differently, Demonland is, a lot of the time, screaming into a void which is populated solely by Dees fans. The audience is significantly different. It's easier to ignore something on a fringe internet forum than something repeated on by the traditional media. I'm in Queensland, so I can't vouch for the coverage of SEN, but I've seen this article on Facebook and Twitter, and not just from other Melbourne supporters. So while the feeling behind the message is similar, I think the intent was certainly very different. (And FWIW, I agree with the majority that if you didn't jump off after the last 10 years, you've got some strange standards at play.)