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Please keep up the commentary guys.

The mine I work at has craptacular wifi. As the day shift has just finished, 200 men are now in their rooms downloading porn. No chance of me streaming here

 

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Watching the live-stream. 

Just watched Trengove's speech.

Didn't cry or anything..

I'm all good.

 

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3 years in a row Nev has won the Ridley Award

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got if streaming onto my phone. Got it working just as trenners was speaking. 

Clint just mentioned Neita is there which isnt surprising but also mentioned Brad Green is there to. 

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Is anyone with a Mac having issues?

 

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all good on mine - using safari...

1 minute ago, The Stigga said:

Is anyone with a Mac having issues?

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, stevethemanjordan said:

Watching the live-stream. 

Just watched Trengove's speech.

Didn't cry or anything..

I'm all good.

 

Me either. Some bastard is chopping onions though.

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I love Viney, but how the [censored] is he a close second to Oliver after round 8?! Viney was poor to start the year due to his hip injury, definitely not our second best player over that period. 

Clarry is leading after round 8. No surprises there as he started the year on fire.

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Wow Oliver with a 25 pint lead already after r8. Bloody hell I forgot we were 27 pints up against freo and blew it. That just got me p155ed off again.

I hope the players pay close attention to all these games they show and just realise how badly they stuffed this up. 

 

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Just now, Lord Travis said:

I love Viney, but how the [censored] is he a close second to Oliver after round 8?! Viney was poor to start the year due to his hip injury, definitely not our second best player over that period. 

Clarry is leading after round 8. No surprises there as he started the year on fire.

It's because we fans know heaps more about footy than the coaches who do the votes.

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1 minute ago, Nasher said:

Me either. Some bastard is chopping onions though.

He must be made a life member. 

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Oliver 209
Viney 184
Garlett 155
Jones 154
Hunt 137
Salem 135
Jetta 133
Petracca 132
Vince 126
Watts 102

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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6 minutes ago, The Stigga said:

Is anyone with a Mac having issues?

 

Yes- I'm fairly dependent on drugs and alcohol and can become abusive as some may have noticed.

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5 minutes ago, Nasher said:

It's because we fans know heaps more about footy than the coaches who do the votes.

If Viney polled that well putting in limited mediocre performances, he’ll win again tonight. He really got going through the middle of the year until injury hit him. 

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21 minutes ago, faultydet said:

Please keep up the commentary guys.

The mine I work at has craptacular wifi. As the day shift has just finished, 200 men are now in their rooms downloading porn. No chance of me streaming here

 

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im guessing it was 199 before you got to your room?

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1 minute ago, Lord Travis said:

If Viney polled that well putting in limited mediocre performances, he’ll win again tonight. He really got going through the middle of the year until injury hit him. 

Coach's pet. Garlett should probably be second after round 8.

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9 minutes ago, Lord Travis said:

If Viney polled that well putting in limited mediocre performances, he’ll win again tonight. He really got going through the middle of the year until injury hit him. 

Totally predictable.

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Musical act playing "Stand by Me".

Did the club approve this set list? :D

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1 minute ago, P-man said:

Musical act playing "Stand by Me".

Did the club approve this set list? :D

To be fair, it's making me want to leave...

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i'm really getting sick of this band

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3 minutes ago, P-man said:

Musical act playing "Stand by Me".

Did the club approve this set list? :D

Next song up is "Don't leave me this Way".

 

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