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On 9/29/2022 at 9:04 AM, Turner said:

what do you even mean? tell him he's going to be delisted before his exit meeting?? then its just gonna be a shock to the system two weeks earlier when they're still in season? this literally makes sense. the whole point of the exit meeting is to discuss what their future is and recap their season. no better time to drop the news

In most workplaces, the exit meeting comes AFTER an employee has been given their notice.  

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5 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

And as JDG alights his Qantas flight direct to Las Vegas, we bid farewell to his illustrious presence on our Trade & Draft Board and look forward to a resumption of normal service from the Magpie favourite. 

Interesting that again expediency  triumphed over morals and doing better. 

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2022 Copeland Trophy Top 10
1. Jack Crisp 291 votes (E.W. Copeland Trophy)
2. Scott Pendlebury 276 votes
3. Darcy Moore 269 votes
4. Jeremy Howe 266 votes
5. Steele Sidebottom 265 votes
6. Patrick Lipinski 259 votes
7. Nick Daicos 258 votes
8. Josh Daicos and Brayden Maynard 249 votes
10. Jordan De Goey 231 votes

Pendlebury (35yo at the start of next season), Howe (33yo next June) and Sidebottom (32yo at the start of next season) in the top 5.  Could be a short lived Collingwood resurgence ...

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On 9/26/2022 at 9:58 PM, Winners at last said:

I'd like to see TISM, but I'm too old for festivals.

I used to play in an 80s cover band. Our drummer was a mate of one of the members of TISM (Sean Kelly, same name as the Models guy, but a different person). He got us a gig once.

He wasn't the Ron Hitler-Barassi member of TISM ...

I too was a bit reticent about going to the Good Things festival given I am middle aged now (I do go to gigs occasionally but haven't been to a festival for a very long time). I finally decided to get a ticket after they released new tickets and then 2 days later they had the first of their 'secret gigs' (D'oh). Did anyone catch the Croxton, Prince of Wales or 170 Russell gigs?

Looking forward to seeing them live next Friday arvo ... its been a while 😆

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10 hours ago, No. 31 said:

I too was a bit reticent about going to the Good Things festival given I am middle aged now (I do go to gigs occasionally but haven't been to a festival for a very long time). I finally decided to get a ticket after they released new tickets and then 2 days later they had the first of their 'secret gigs' (D'oh). Did anyone catch the Croxton, Prince of Wales or 170 Russell gigs?

Looking forward to seeing them live next Friday arvo ... its been a while 😆

was sick for the croxton, couldn't get to the prince, but the billboard show was great fun

make sure you see deftones for me!

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19 hours ago, No. 31 said:

I too was a bit reticent about going to the Good Things festival given I am middle aged now (I do go to gigs occasionally but haven't been to a festival for a very long time). I finally decided to get a ticket after they released new tickets and then 2 days later they had the first of their 'secret gigs' (D'oh). Did anyone catch the Croxton, Prince of Wales or 170 Russell gigs?

Looking forward to seeing them live next Friday arvo ... its been a while 😆

Should be a decent festival, I'd like to get there myself but it's a bit of moolah. 

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16 minutes ago, layzie said:

Should be a decent festival, I'd like to get there myself but it's a bit of moolah. 

$200 is a bit steep to catch TISM live again after two decades but I wasn't sure if they would do any side gigs so when extra tickets were announced,  went for it and told my better half that it can be my Christmas gift 😁 Regurgitator and the Cosmic Psychos in the lineup helped sway it in my mind 😎

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1 minute ago, No. 31 said:

$200 is a bit steep to catch TISM live again after two decades but I wasn't sure if they would do any side gigs so when extra tickets were announced,  went for it and told my better half that it can be my Christmas gift 😁 Regurgitator and the Cosmic Psychos in the lineup helped sway it in my mind 😎

Would be good if they could 'announce' another secret show. 

Good Things should be well worth it though, have a blast!

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12 hours ago, whatwhat say what said:

was sick for the croxton, couldn't get to the prince, but the billboard show was great fun

make sure you see deftones for me!

How did you find out about the "secret shows"? I walk past The Croc on my way to work, and always check to see who's playing. I was so [censored] off when I saw YouTube clips of their gig. Personally, I'd rather see them at a smaller venue than at a festival, but being able to see The Cosmic Psychos as well will make it worth while.

I'm jealous that you're going to see Nick Cave. Does it include all the Bad Seeds, or just Nick and Warren Ellis?

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3 hours ago, mo64 said:

How did you find out about the "secret shows"? I walk past The Croc on my way to work, and always check to see who's playing. I was so [censored] off when I saw YouTube clips of their gig. Personally, I'd rather see them at a smaller venue than at a festival, but being able to see The Cosmic Psychos as well will make it worth while.

I'm jealous that you're going to see Nick Cave. Does it include all the Bad Seeds, or just Nick and Warren Ellis?

i'm a mod of a facebook group that 'remembers' the 90s oztrayan music scene - it went out and about across there in the lead-up to the shows, and people in the know found out pretty quick

it's nick cave, warren ellis, colin greenwood from radiohead on bass, larry mullins from swans / iggy pop's band on drums, and three besides on beevee's - apparently the shows have been crazy good

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I found out about the "secret" TISM shows via some TISM fan pages on FB. The info was with short notice and I have a toddler in the home so I wasn't able to duck out to see them on short notice but am really looking forward to catching them tomorrow as well as Regurgitator (missed their gig in Moorabbin earlier this year) and the Cosmic Psychos (who I have caught live a few times recently, they are always great value) 🤘🍺😎

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So bloody jealous right now WWSW, big downside to my job, even when I’m home is too last minute to snag TKTS, although I was able to brag my way into the Prince one night many years ago as dirty humanitarian on shore leave. 

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