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You think I get Youtube access at work? Come on now.

I barely get Demonland access :rolleyes:

They decided to block internet shopping sites too, until they realised we work at a fashion company and they were facing an employee strike. Good times.

Well don't forget to check it when you leave the Prison (I mean Work) The Video i think is exactly what you need to see!!

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Shouldn't this thread be called "we have a bye this weekend" , so who you gunna call.

I am off on a holday to make the most of the 2 week recess.

Range Rover are you skiing?

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Range Rover are you skiing?

I'd like to commend the AFL on their fixturing this year. Giving Melbourne a bye, then an interstate 'home' game at the height of the ski season is most welcome. We can head to Buller for 2-3 weeks and catch our 'home' game on tv from our chalets.

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I'd like to commend the AFL on their fixturing this year. Giving Melbourne a bye, then an interstate 'home' game at the height of the ski season is most welcome. We can head to Buller for 2-3 weeks and catch our 'home' game on tv from our chalets.

Rumour has it once we win 6 flags in a row, and Gary Lyon is the CEO of the NINE network, the AFL will in 2020 move the "traditional Anzac day" clash between The Dees and Gold Coast to the newly constructed Hotham stadium. Vlad will say: "Sure its cold there but our latest expansion team plays in Singapore and its bloody hot there."

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I like the idea that we could be a power club in the filth mould and start dictating to the AFL.

Surely ,when Kaspersky and Melbourne want to "grow the brand" we could do a few home games in Moscow .

If we have the right people in place then we would literally never lose -our Mafia friends would simply not allow it .

The Russian for Pres 2020

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Rumour has it once we win 6 flags in a row, and Gary Lyon is the CEO of the NINE network, the AFL will in 2020 move the "traditional Anzac day" clash between The Dees and Gold Coast to the newly constructed Hotham stadium. Vlad will say: "Sure its cold there but our latest expansion team plays in Singapore and its bloody hot there."

6 Flags in a row ......As Bill Hicks would say...."I'm getting a stiffy"

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Shouldn't this thread be called "we have a bye this weekend" , so who you gunna call.

I am off on a holday to make the most of the 2 week recess.

Range Rover are you skiing?

The chains are on the car ready to go and hopefully our maid has given our Hotham chalet a clean-up prior to our arrival tomorrow.

Our son Ben is bringing up a few of his Xavier College mates. Next week it's Becky and her group from Lauriston.

I missed the season here last year as we decided to head over to Banff in Canada. Just couldn't stand to be in town while the Dees were losing.

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I'd like to commend the AFL on their fixturing this year. Giving Melbourne a bye, then an interstate 'home' game at the height of the ski season is most welcome. We can head to Buller for 2-3 weeks and catch our 'home' game on tv from our chalets.

there's pow

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My three year old son just scared the living sheet out of me by secretly lurking in the (very dark) bathroom playing with the glow stick he got at a birthday party today. Jesus effing Christ. I'm not certain which of us was more surprised when he came wandering out as I wandered in, but I'm pretty sure it was me.

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Probably booking my snow weekend for the first weekend in September - thoughts?

(Also, I try not to post in the He Who Must Not Be Mentioned thread now - it's just going in circles!)

What do you mean 'just'? It's always being going in circles....albeit ever increasing ones

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What do you mean 'just'? It's always being going in circles....albeit ever increasing ones

Spot on DC I just had to slap myself.

I was about to look at the thread.

But the moment of stupidy passed.

With no game this weekend I get to continue the brain washing of my Grand daughter.

She is only 6 months old but you have to start early otherwise her Grand mother might win the battle.

I think my best chance is a MFC dynasty starting about 2013 for 10 years.

Do I have a snow flake chance in Hell?

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Spot on DC I just had to slap myself.

I was about to look at the thread.

But the moment of stupidy passed.

With no game this weekend I get to continue the brain washing of my Grand daughter.

She is only 6 months old but you have to start early otherwise her Grand mother might win the battle.

I think my best chance is a MFC dynasty starting about 2013 for 10 years.

Do I have a snow flake chance in Hell?

of course you do old dee, keep the brainwashing going at all costs. we can't have her slipping to the dark side.

I'm 12 months ahead of you with an 18 month old grandson. so far he doesn't understand what I'm talking about but i'm sure the subliminal effect will eventually tell

and do as I did and publicly ban yourself from that bs thread

que sera sera.......

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My three year old son just scared the living sheet out of me by secretly lurking in the (very dark) bathroom playing with the glow stick he got at a birthday party today. Jesus effing Christ. I'm not certain which of us was more surprised when he came wandering out as I wandered in, but I'm pretty sure it was me.

I think my glow stick has just gone out.

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I think my glow stick has just gone out.

I reckon Mrs. Redleg would know how to fix it. And if she doesn't then go to the opening of Harry on Wednesday and I'm sure Tom Riddle will give you some hints.

A glow stick that goes out is just not on!!

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I hear the 2012 draft is a ripper. 30+ 'sure hit' players.

I'm so excited that the Demons will be well placed to mine that draft with numerous end-of-first-round picks.

Poor GWS gets a frayed dishrag of a draft to work with. Bwa HA HA HA HA HAAAAA

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Scoop Junior wants to and if Mrs. Redleg has no objections I will be there. You can tell who runs my home. Will probably bring KC from Casey if I come and then also WJ will most likely tag along.

Yeah, I'll come but only if, on the way in to the ground (after swinging past you know who's place to pay appropriate homage), we have a nice legal discussion on this subject matter.

Humberto Leal Garcia is a cause celebre in Mexico today.

In 1994, he kidnapped 16-year-old Adria Sauceda, raped her with a large stick, and bludgeoned her to death with a piece of asphalt.

Leal's brother has stated that Leal came home with blood on him saying he had killed a girl. Two of the trial witnesses were present when Leal's brother made these statements.

The police searched Leal's house. They seized a blouse which contained several blood stains, hair and fibres. This blouse was later identified as belonging to Adria.

Other DNA evidence was found on the underwear Leal was wearing that night. That evidence consisted of blood as well as bodily fluid. The DNA test did not preclude Adria's blood type from the evidence tested.

Leal was found guilty of the murder and executed overnight after President Obama sought to intervene and prevent the execution. Read about it here -

Texas executes death row Mexican national despite US government call for reprieve

Even the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay has entered the fray by saying the US breached international law by executing Leal.

UN human rights, get it?

In the past decade, human rights violators have murdered millions of people on the face of this earth and the worst of them have been represented by nations like Sudan, North Korea, Cuba and Libya. Recently, Syria came within a bee's diaphragm of getting on the United Nations Human Rights Commission.

If you commit murder and rape in the US you have a better chance of getting help from the UN than if you're a starving Darfurian.

And we worry about whether a 20 year old kid is going to leave his home in Berwick and move to Rooty Hill?

Fair dinkum!

(Hopefully, I'll be in a better mood tomorrow)

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And we worry about whether a 20 year old kid is going to leave his home in Berwick and move to Rooty Hill?

Fair dinkum!

(Hopefully, I'll be in a better mood tomorrow)

You are treading on thin ice with that line in this thread WJ.

I won't be in a better mood tomorrow as my favourite horse Briefed, who was running 2nd at Flemington today and was probably going to win the sprint final, bled, then was eased out of the race and will be banned from racing for 3 months.

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I reckon Mrs. Redleg would know how to fix it. And if she doesn't then go to the opening of Harry on Wednesday and I'm sure Tom Riddle will give you some hints.

A glow stick that goes out is just not on!!

Are you talking about Harry Potter and one of his characters. I have never seen one of his films. It would be good if I could get the glow stick going again.

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You are treading on thin ice with that line in this thread WJ.

I won't be in a better mood tomorrow as my favourite horse Briefed, who was running 2nd at Flemington today and was probably going to win the sprint final, bled, then was eased out of the race and will be banned from racing for 3 months.

Take your case to the United Nations. I'm sure they'll give you a good hearing.

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Do they deal with horseracing?

My understanding is that the only business they ever do is horsetrading so I reckon there's a good chance they'll deal with your case.

And if you ask nicely and contribute some hard currency, they might get you that horse back that you didn't want to sell and is now winning major races interstate. [see the Kabul Convention to Preserve the Health and Safety of Bovine and Equine Species currently supervised jointly by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

조선민주주의인민공화국 and the Republic of Zimbabwe].

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My understanding is that the only business they ever do is horsetrading so I reckon there's a good chance they'll deal with your case.

And if you ask nicely and contribute some hard currency, they might get you that horse back that you didn't want to sell and is now winning major races interstate. [see the Kabul Convention to Preserve the Health and Safety of Bovine and Equine Species currently supervised jointly by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

조선민주주의인민공화국 and the Republic of Zimbabwe].

Too highbrow for me.

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