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32 minutes ago, qarocks said:

Just got home, and the membership renewal was in the mail.

under the custom card player - Jesse hogan. if that's not proof, I don't know what is!

That's actually interesting ;)

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54 minutes ago, qarocks said:

Just got home, and the membership renewal was in the mail.

under the custom card player - Jesse hogan. if that's not proof, I don't know what is!

Phew what a relief! It's not like traded players have ever been on club merchandise...

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3 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

The Good Doctor has many contacts inside the MFC

I don't think he would say anything unless he heard strong words. 

Dr Turf and the Ox are 2 i take notice of if they are talking MFC

Can I just point out that Dr Turf tipped Dandy Andy to beat Vo Rogue in the Australian Cup so many years ago.  I am still counting the cash I won that day. I am inclined to think that the good doctor may be correct again. I bloody well hope so!!!!

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1 minute ago, pineapple dee said:

Can I just point out that Dr Turf tipped Dandy Andy to beat Vo Rogue in the Australian Cup so many years ago.  I am still counting the cash I won that day. I am inclined to think that the good doctor may be correct again. I bloody well hope so!!!!

Hahaha! Good for you!

Punting has been kind to The Dr. over the years. But i think it is a 24/7 obsession

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Just now, Sir Why You Little said:

Hahaha! Good for you!

Punting has been kind to The Dr. over the years. But i think it is a 24/7 obsession

Sadly me too. My wife said I bet too much that I was obsessed with it. Implied I had a problem. I bet her $ 20 I could give up. 

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2 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Hahaha! Good for you!

Punting has been kind to The Dr. over the years. But i think it is a 24/7 obsession

Not many of us can sit at home studying the form, knowing that your business interests are bringing in a nice income.

Having said that, I've heard The Dr.'s philosophy to punting, and he's very disciplined. He keeps spreadsheets of all his bets and sorts them by bet type. There are no impulse bets, which is the downfall of 99% of punters, including myself.

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10 hours ago, markc said:

 

That's stuies page. Runs it like a nazi. Disagree with him and you're gone. 

 

yes , she said "can't say " 

and then is was stated this is a yoke by someone else 

and her reply was     Would never joke about Jesse haha

this was on a closed melbourne Facebook page

 Melbourne Football Club, The Mighty Demons

 

believe what you want , its on Facebook it must be true !

 

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1 hour ago, wackojacko1 said:

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I'm not familiar with stuie's Facebook group but I and some family members are in the one that this rumour sprang from. I've not posted in it.

There are some wonderful, passionate Demon fans on there

It does however have far, far more than its fair share of (to use a BigFooty term) absolute campaigners

I also give it little in the way of credibility - in fact was surprised to see Dazzler quoting from it

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6 minutes ago, Go the Biff said:

I'm not familiar with stuie's Facebook group but I and some family members are in the one that this rumour sprang from. I've not posted in it.

There are some wonderful, passionate Demon fans on there

It does however have far, far more than its fair share of (to use a BigFooty term) absolute campaigners

I also give it little in the way of credibility - in fact was surprised to see Dazzler quoting from it

Its Dr Turfs daughter so i thought it was interesting

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I'm still pretty confident he'll be traded this year if he doesn't agree to an extension. Remember, it was his manager that said a trade won't happen this year. That could mean anything, and it's probably not what is *really* the situation (hint: managers are [censored] artists).  

I do believe he is "torn". I think that bodes well for Melbourne, better than simply "contemplating going home". His manager is just trying to stem hysteria. He has two weeks to make a decision. After putting off an extension for 12 months to "see where the club is at".

Decision time, Jesse.

 

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7 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

The Good Doctor has many contacts inside the MFC

I don't think he would say anything unless he heard strong words. 

Dr Turf and the Ox are 2 i take notice of if they are talking MFC

What!! No Chris from Camberwell?

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On 23/09/2016 at 1:00 PM, Go the Biff said:

Some suggest we’ll be fine without him. I’m more of the opinion that if we lose him it will haunt us like no other loss since Barassi.

On 23/09/2016 at 1:00 PM, Go the Biff said:

I suspect some have lost sight of what we’ve got here in Hogan. Particularly those with goldfish memories. The kid is a gun, any way you look at it

I agree GtB.

Can you imagine how it would be with Hogan, & Boyd in the pocket, with that Weird'man in the goal square ?

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9 hours ago, Sigil said:

Yep it's starting to get silly, back to the very serious stuff.

 

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I put this through my bs filter and it appears to be a very clever photoshop job, almost as good as those North Korean ones.That almost smile has been altered and added to Jessie's face, not sure about the pikelets, but they look legit.

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