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19 minutes ago, Jontee said:

In apropos to the contents of BTs head

My local coffee shop has put up a notice 'To keep prices low there will be a surcharge of 1.6% on efts'.

Ah yes, very well written..

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11 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

The AFL injury report states he had a corked upper leg. 

Well that is consistent with what I saw, rather than buttocks.

He still may not get up given short week for them. 

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31 minutes ago, layzie said:

Ah yes, very well written..

Expect all restaurants and cafes to  increase prices pretty dramatically,  to cover rising food and running costs. Fact of life these days.

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Just now, Redleg said:

Well that is consistent with what I saw, rather than buttocks.

Trying hard to not put too fine a point on this but perhaps it’s a corked lower buttocks? I mean, in terms of applying an ice pack, where does the buttocks end and the upper leg begin? And does it matter? Ie, is there a difference regarding recovery of such? Serious question as I’ve never had a corked anything. 
Regardless, I hope he fails the fitness test today. 

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On a lighter note: it seems tomatoes are the new bananas…

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4 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

On a lighter note: it seems tomatoes are the new bananas…

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 Tomatoes!! Pah!  You might as well be eating soggy newspaper  at this time of year.

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4 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

 Tomatoes!! Pah!  You might as well be eating soggy newspaper  at this time of year.

Curse you, BBO! You’ve put the mozz on me…

I bought one this morning ($1.90, for just one!), just cut into it and it’s all green and gross on the inside. I should’ve gone the soggy newspaper route. 😡

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2 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Curse you, BBO! You’ve put the mozz on me…

I bought one this morning ($1.90, for just one!), just cut into it and it’s all green and gross on the inside. I should’ve gone the soggy newspaper route. 😡

Uncle Bitter's Home Eco 101.

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2 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Trying hard to not put too fine a point on this but perhaps it’s a corked lower buttocks? I mean, in terms of applying an ice pack, where does the buttocks end and the upper leg begin? And does it matter? Ie, is there a difference regarding recovery of such? Serious question as I’ve never had a corked anything. 
Regardless, I hope he fails the fitness test today. 

He didn't seem very confident on 360 the other night, about being ok to play.

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2 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

On a lighter note: it seems tomatoes are the new bananas…

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Wash your mouth out.

I just had a banana smoothie from Green Cup shop, which opened today around the corner from my place.

It is still the drink of choice for the discerning person.

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3 hours ago, Redleg said:

Expect all restaurants and cafes to  increase prices pretty dramatically,  to cover rising food and running costs. Fact of life these days.

Without a doubt, it's happening everywhere. 

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3 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Trying hard to not put too fine a point on this but perhaps it’s a corked lower buttocks? I mean, in terms of applying an ice pack, where does the buttocks end and the upper leg begin? And does it matter? Ie, is there a difference regarding recovery of such? Serious question as I’ve never had a corked anything. 
Regardless, I hope he fails the fitness test today. 

Had a few of them. It really depends on the severity of the corky, they get graded into three categories. Using a leg as the example:
1. Mild – Not much swelling, nearly full range of motion
2. Medium – Possible swelling, difficulty walking
3. Severe – Bad swelling and internal bleeding, high difficulty walking, may need crutches. 

The first week is usually the toughest. The location of this one doesn’t sound great so hopefully there was something to it and he can’t get that leap!
 

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Will Ashcroft, likely number 1 pick, has selected the Lions, under the father son rule, in the same week as Sam Darcy, another father son top 3 pick, makes his debut for the Dogs and a week after Jamarra Ugle Hagen, a NGA number 1 pick, kicked 5 goals in a game.

JUH was taken the year before the AFL changed the goal posts, stopping the Dees taking Mac Andrew as a NGA player and then again the following year, once again changing the goal posts, which might stop us getting another NGA player Finn Emile-Brennan.

Yep some teams get a lot of luck.

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On 8/3/2022 at 2:38 PM, Redleg said:

Hopefully BBB gets back to his best and we then go with Weid getting the 3rd best backman. Atm its looking like Melk/Weid for that spot.

Well the jury is back in after last night. Another KPF who was only as good as Brown and we win that game  last night. Melsham was never a KPF and never will be. Play Smith even if he has only one game at Casey this time around. time to give JVR a chance. 

Also time to replace a few who have been poor for weeks.

ANB, Spargo and Sparrow have been poor for weeks out this week IMO. 
if we keep doing the same as the last six weeks we will get the same result.

 

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2 hours ago, old dee said:

Well the jury is back in after last night. Another KPF who was only as good as Brown and we win that game  last night. Melsham was never a KPF and never will be. Play Smith even if he has only one game at Casey this time around. time to give JVR a chance. 

Also time to replace a few who have been poor for weeks.

ANB, Spargo and Sparrow have been poor for weeks out this week IMO. 
if we keep doing the same as the last six weeks we will get the same result.

 

Kick some of the easy missed chances and we win easily.

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New tactics this week, bomb long into the left forward picket( to an out numbered sole tall key forward with all small forwards to stand 20-30 metres away and at all costs, ignore any leading forward, or one who has made space.

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Things are deadly quiet at The Manor too Red! 

Nearly time to uncork a shiraz.

Do they have corks in the cask?

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