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1 hour ago, hardtack said:

Bugg and ANB seem to have formed a close bond

Yeah and I now remember that Stretch and ANB were mates as well.

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9 hours ago, hardtack said:

And here are the last photos you will get from Liam via myself until we come back for round three (if we can make it for training that week). We hit the road towards Sydney and home, tomorrow.

As usual the full set of photos can be found at the following link, and for those unable to access Facebook, a subset follows.

https://m.facebook.com/tim.fleming.75/albums/1580660441969233

It appears I’m limited to just 1.63mb of file upload on Demonland ?. Is there a maximum amount of data per person over a certain period, or is there some way I can circumvent this limitation? (when I uploaded images for Monday’s training it indicated I could upload up to 18+mb of files, now I’m limited to 1.6mb)

Firstly thanks for the awesome photos. 

Secondly you had used up 91% of your alloted quota of uploaded storage onto Demonland. I have now doubled the quota for life members. 

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As promised (and thanks to Demonland for increasing the quota for life members), here is the subset of Liam’s photos...

 

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Great photos....and look at Frosty! Talking of a 'breakout' year, I am changing my position. Both Frosty and Pedo are going to scar the whole competition this coming season with fear, trepidation and unstoppable defensive and forward excellence. Watch out Collingwood - they're coming to get you!!!

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Great stuff hardtack and son and saty. In your sons photos HT there are two of Salem that caused me to look twice. In the  first it looks like he has grown a beard and in the second a third arm as well!

Harmes has number four this year?

 

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1 hour ago, Satyriconhome said:

 

Seen a good deal of that, OMac - feet flat on the ground, thinking out loud 'What do I do next?', 'Maybe if I stand here looking like I can occupy this ground the rest of the game will go around me, perhaps?', 'Hey, they did!' Gutsy stuff, I'd reckon.

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15 minutes ago, Deemania since 56 said:

Seen a good deal of that, OMac - feet flat on the ground, thinking out loud 'What do I do next?', 'Maybe if I stand here looking like I can occupy this ground the rest of the game will go around me, perhaps?', 'Hey, they did!' Gutsy stuff, I'd reckon.

Couldn't help yourself 

As stated elsewhere the FD have a completely differing view of Omac

As Goodwin stated the 3 amigos are gelling well and Kielty who also trains with them is getting all the same info which can only benefit him

1 hour ago, binman said:

Great stuff hardtack and son and saty. In your sons photos HT there are two of Salem that caused me to look twice. In the  first it looks like he has grown a beard and in the second a third arm as well!

Harmes has number four this year?

 

Salem jokes about this, being politically correct, it's in his DNA, reckons he shaves before training but by the end of the session needs another one

Harmes is Nr 4, actually asked for it, he is my pick to go to another level this year

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Great photos guys.

Salem looks to have really developed his upper body and Frost is a beast.

Hope the boys have accommodation with all those houses being trained down.

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I say this every year: thank you so much to everyone who reports and who downloads photos. For those of us living away from Melbourne it is wonderful to see. And the excitement builds.

i must say Hogan looks very scary indeed and Frosts ears look like they were taken from Charlie Windsor!

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2 hours ago, Dee Dee said:

I say this every year: thank you so much to everyone who reports and who downloads photos. For those of us living away from Melbourne it is wonderful to see. And the excitement builds.

i must say Hogan looks very scary indeed and Frosts ears look like they were taken from Charlie Windsor!

I’ll second that!

After last years disappointment, I’ve had a pretty bitter taste in the mouth and I haven’t been counting the days to round one like I have in previous years.

The recent coverage of training on DL however has started to stoke the flames again; starting to feel excited about what’s to come!

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