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My energy provider made an administrative error months ago (apparently) and then yesterday out of the blue I sudden lost all power to my home, and wasn't going to be able to get it back until I had set up a completely new service.

At last I know what it felt like.

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2 hours ago, old dee said:

It is only 11 months away Mr. leg. Hang loose...

...but don't topple over as a result @old dee. We're prone enough as it is!

And while I fleetingly have the baton, @Little Goffy, I'm 🤔 about your 🤔. Does Baha Men being the ones 'Who Let the Dogs Out' help? Or was it my cryptic(!) 'DA' reference?

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5 hours ago, Redleg said:

I have waited for over 12 months for another flag. I need results, enough is enough.

Two years and two flags! Two perfect years.

Come on 2023!

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6 hours ago, Redleg said:

I have waited for over 12 months for another flag. I need results, enough is enough.

Also, it could be another 56 years to go before we win again, like last time. DON'T up set the footy GODS or the Melbourne curse. After all it now been 58 years since we won a flag at the MCG. I not sure Norm Smith has forgive us yet.

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16 hours ago, DemonFrog said:

Also, it could be another 56 years to go before we win again, like last time. DON'T up set the footy GODS or the Melbourne curse. After all it now been 58 years since we won a flag at the MCG. I not sure Norm Smith has forgive us yet.

That's a bit negative DF. I am nothing but positivity and light. Well for the next 15 minutes anyway. I think we should find a new home ground, we perform poorly at the G!!!!!!!!

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On 10/19/2022 at 7:03 AM, old dee said:

That's a bit negative DF. I am nothing but positivity and light. Well for the next 15 minutes anyway. I think we should find a new home ground, we perform poorly at the G!!!!!!!!

I am the most positive Demon 😈 supporter you know OD

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8 hours ago, daisycutter said:

i've always wondered why a wa frog wouldn't support frogmantle. 🤣 🐸

When the two local AFL Clubs created super WAFL Teams (Host Clubs) that weakened West Perth, I become a Melbourne supporter. Plus l could not support any Club called Fremantle. 

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18 hours ago, DemonFrog said:

When the two local AFL Clubs created super WAFL Teams (Host Clubs) that weakened West Perth, I become a Melbourne supporter. Plus l could not support any Club called Fremantle. 

And of course the MFC is more supportive of frogs.

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7 hours ago, old dee said:

Sorry move her out, fill in the lake, remove the bats and we have the best facility in Australia. 

Definitely need to get rid of the bats;look what happened at the Junction Oval when we shared with the cricketers and their assortment of  sports equipment 

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Now I know this isn’t football but at this time of the year who cares about footy. For the big one on Tuesday I am giving you the early nod.

Lunar Flare ridden by M Dee. Light weight is a talented horse and with that jockey name how could it loose.

Remember you heard it here first. 

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Ya gotta love Melbourne. I saw this at Flinders Street Station yesterday…

Nothing out of the ordinary here

Note that nobody bats an eyelid. 😂
 

 

Also, on the train that afternoon…

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He was most accommodating when I asked if I could take a pic. Yes, I said “He.”

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42 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Ya gotta love Melbourne. I saw this at Flinders Street Station yesterday…

Nothing out of the ordinary here

Note that nobody bats an eyelid. 😂
 

 

Also, on the train that afternoon…

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He was most accommodating when I asked if I could take a pic. Yes, I said “He.”

God knows what the rest of this decade of the 21st century has in store for us all. I might just become a recluse. Still I wore platform shoes, flares and body shirts of dubious colours in the 70's so who am I to talk. 

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