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  1. I take your point EO. It's well made. Do you think there is still room for plain language English though? For example, "James . . . FFS, please don't kick it on top of Weed's head?"
  2. Clearly you posters know absolutely nothing about footy. Goody told us many times that there's a "problem with connection". In order to get passed these weasel words, I went and looked up 'connection' in the dictionary (see definitions below). Having worked through this, I am much better informed. It's clear to me now what Goody means . . . "I haven't got a pissant clue so I'll talk a lot of euphemistic BS that'll make supporters eyes glaze over and impress the Club's board". God knows what the players think when they hear this cr%p. 1. the act or state of connecting. 2. the state of being connected:the connection between cause and effect. 3. anything that connects; a connecting part; link; bond:an electrical connection. 4. association; relationship:the connection between crime and poverty; no connection with any other firm of the same name. 5. a circle of friends or associates or a member of such a circle. 6.association with or development of something observed, imagined, discussed, etc.:to make a connection between the smell of smoke and the presence of fire; I have a few thoughts in connection with your last remarks. 7. contextual relation; context, as of a word. 8. the meeting of trains, planes, etc., for transfer of passengers:There are good connections between buses in Chicago. 9. Often connections. a transfer by a passenger from one conveyance to another:to miss connections. 10. a specific vehicle, airplane, ship, etc., boarded in making connections:My connection for Hartford is the 10:58. 11. a relative, especially by marriage or distant blood relationship. 12. Slang. a person who sells drugs directly to addicts. 13.a source of supply for goods, material, etc., that is scarce, difficult, or illegal to obtain:a connection to obtain guns and ammunition for the rebels. 14. a group of persons who are connected, as by political or religious ties. 15.Usually connections. associates, relations, acquaintances, or friends, especially representing or having some influence or power:European connections; good connections in Congress. 16. a religious denomination:the Methodist connection. 17. a channel of communication:a bad telephone connection. 18. sexual intercourse.
  3. And hasn't that worked well for the banks, aged care sector, the churches and 7-Eleven? Thought it worked particularly well at Boeing actually.
  4. The fact that Pruess is not in our best 29 is an indictment on Goodwin's coaching, not the player's football ability.
  5. Easily the most amusing observation on the thread.
  6. Analysis of the week award right there.
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  8. Hey Don, Hear you're thinking about a visit down under and those uncouth Melbournians are not to enamoured with the idea . . . lots of sarcasm being invoked. It's unedifying isn’t it? T’was once called out as a literary device in sixth grade . . . way below your station my friend. You would be most welcome in Canberra where sarcasm used to be the vogue . . . now it’s been replaced by kindergarten humor (insert hashtag) . . . so your leadership will become a light on The Hill here. There’s lots to do and see in Canberra as a FIFO . . . War Memorial, National Portrait Gallery and your own American Embassy stand out as obvious places for a Commander in Chief to visit. I wouldn’t recommend Parliament House however . . . it’s where we attempt to practice democracy and all the attendant constraints that that places on our narcissists (hashtag). Of course, no visit to Canberra would be complete without a drive through Fyshwick . . . absolutely drowning in delights for the all-American male with an open cheque book. For example, there’s a Bunnings where you can buy plumbing equipment, tools of all types and a killer sausage on Saturday mornings. The Chinese and Iranian embassies are just down the road, so why not pick up a bag of briquettes to further stoke the dumpster fire? The last POTUS to visit our quaint little country capital was also an American . . . so we can drag out and recycle the flags, armored vehicles and faux hysteria . . . it’ll be a hoot. Anyway mate (that’s a term we use here to describe a bonza bloke), can’t wait for your arrival. Let me know date and time and we’ll organize an Uber for Scotty to meet you at the exquisitely named Canberra International Airport. Signed . . . Johnnie Mac, (Figurehead for Unreal Canberra Kin Offering Friendly Fun)
  9. I don't want anyone to do anything in an angry manner.
  10. goody is either a very naughty boy or a very confused middle-aged man.
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