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In the coming weeks Rod "Balls" Grinter will be our special guest on the Demonland Podcast. 

Got a question for Balls then let's us know. 

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😮 - jeez @Demonland - your reputation must proceed you with all the club legends and cult legends lining up to have a yarn... great get and great work!

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55 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Got a question for Balls then let's us know. 

On a scale of 1 to beating Collingwood this QBDay by a point after a controversial last minute score review disallows them a goal ... just how satisfying was the coat hanger on Wallace?

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You guys do an amazing job getting all our great past players on the Podcast.

Could you ask him if he get a full time, job at the club, so he can be our mid-field coach?😉

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We'll be interviewing "Balls" Grinter on Tuesday 25/6 @ 8:30pm.

Got a question for Balls then let us know.

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How does it feel to be the greatest living player in the history of the game of AFL Rodney and what would you say to the tribunal that robbed you of the Brownlow in the late ‘80’s?

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56 minutes ago, Biffen said:

How does it feel to be the greatest living player in the history of the game of AFL Rodney and what would you say to the tribunal that robbed you of the Brownlow in the late ‘80’s?

His sacrifice for the Team was astounding. He put himself on the line many, many times and wore the consequences but by hell, he was a great footballer and team man. I watched him ascend from the Reserves games prior the the main game - just knew he was going to be something - and he was one of the greats with all of the necessary skills at very high levels - just misinterpreted by the noisy media about his physical contribution within such commitment. 

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1 hour ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

I have a question

Does Balls still catch up with Yeater...? If so, how's his hair looking?

Asking for a friend... 

We pre-recorded the interview earlier this evening. I would have asked otherwise. Get the questions in earlier folks.

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We'll be LIVE with the Rod Grinter interview in 10 minutes followed by discussion of the win over the Dockers.

Listen & Chat: https://demonland.com/podcast

Call: 03 9016 3666

Skype: Demonland31

We'd love to hear from Demonlanders so call in after the Grinter interview.

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2 hours ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

I have a question

Does Balls still catch up with Yeater...? If so, how's his hair looking?

Asking for a friend... 

Yeater is the head coach at Edithvale Aspendale now. Sadly the mullet is a thing of the past.

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

We pre-recorded the interview earlier this evening. I would have asked otherwise. Get the questions in earlier folks.

Bugga

I was confused by the liberal use of the words "We're LIVE with Rod Grinter.

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19 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Bugga

I was confused by the liberal use of the words "We're LIVE with Rod Grinter.

I prefer to pre-record the guest interviews to take the stress out of if something technical goes wrong with getting onto the stream. Nothing worse than trying to troubleshoot with a guest waiting on the line.

Sorry for the confusion.

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1 hour ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

Number of posts it was on during the podcast is a bit ironic, or was it planned?

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First half hour was pre-recorded so I could post freely during that time. :P

 

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