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Range Rover last won the day on March 30 2013

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  1. There's a nice symmetry, a poetry, to it. Schwabby and I departing on the same day. Like him, I've become a lightning rod of late for the frustration, anger and disillusionment of online MFC supporters struggling to come to terms with what's happened to this once great club. This is understandable. It's bloody hard to face the reality that you support a football club with an ingrained culture of failure of over 50 years standing. One day, when things settle down, I'm quite sure you'll look back and appreciate the efforts I've taken to help you wake up, recognize and acknowledge the situation. If you haven't already. Today was a watershed day for us, no doubt about it. The day the MFC 'proletariat' fully woke up to its plight. It's a bitter pill to swallow to have the The AFL step in to assume the running - by proxy - of the club, but as the sick patient that we are we must accept that this is what must take place for true healing to occur. It's our only shot at survivial at this stage. It's certainly better than the alternative had drastic change not occurred ... extinction. So, good bye fellow Demons. Keep up the good fight. And try to listen and take note when you can of the likes of OldDee and WhyYouLittle. Posters like these men (and women) represent the wise and knowing elders among you ... they are the online conscience of the MFC. Go Dees. Now and Forever. Range Rover B)
  2. The point is only obtuse because you choose to make it so. I think it's rather blunt.
  3. I'm guesstimating. So what? And you know this is not the point I was making to Dee-luded.
  4. He was paid well for tenure, plus he would've recived some sort nego'd settlement today. $2 mil sounds about right. You''re dee-luded!
  5. Tied at the hip Bing. Lock-step. They're wearing the same pair of concrete boots and one of them just walked the plank. No use denying it.
  6. Of course we can. You can't endorse someone so feverishly, sign them up to a whopping three-year deal, then weeks later make an about face and give him the boot. That's politics I'm afraid. Credibility shot.
  7. All that for $2 million plus in CEO wages? Hmmm ... seems worth it.
  8. Nup. We caved. Absolutely humiliating it was. And that's why what is happening now .,. is happening now. Don's next out the gate.
  9. Lol. It's been fun, but I'm not going to let you make this thread about me. This attack the messenger act is offically over. Ignore.
  10. I call it the 'mallet to the back of the head' approach. Shock therapy. It's not something I take pleasure in ... but a lot of you were that far in denial. I was right that he had to go now. Not at the end of the year. Not next week. Now. And so it was proven. Quit being such an over-sensitive sook about it. Another quote from the archives ... A revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall. - Ernesto "Che" Guevara
  11. 'You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time. But you cannot fool all of the people all of the time'. - Lincoln
  12. Of course they did, WYL. It's called the 'tap on the shoulder'. The AFL are all over this.
  13. You are a no-nothing, ignorant twerp. Always wrong on just about every issue. And now you're on ignore.
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