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9 minutes ago, rufus said:

Agreed 100%. Even if not raining, the dewey nights are not conducive to a great spectacle.

Torrential rain last 30 minutes over the Gabba with more to come.

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Yawn. Couldn't be less interested.

Agreed, Hard fought game but instead of the thread being about a great game a troll comments about the 2009 draft and others still wallowing in self pity chime in. Ffs get over it it's 11 years a

Tigers should build a statue of Barry Prendergast.

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It’s been pissing down up here off and on which I think will suite the tigers more. 
 

Yet another season seeing ANOTHER team win it. I’m sick of not being in finals and not winning it. 
 

WE ARE ALL NOT GETTING ANY YOUNGER. 

FFS pull ur finger out dees.  

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2 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

We must fight to keep the Day Grand Final next year. This day has no atmosphere at all. No build up

If it rains all day and night in Brisvegas the TV Ratings won’t stack up

 

I’m not one for tradition for traditions sake but I think the gf should remain a daylight game. Every year I fire up the BBQ and have friends and family over to watch the game. With the public holiday added now its makes for a great family orientated weekend. I think a night time slot would change the whole dynamic for the worse.

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8 hours ago, DubDee said:

So it’s GF Day, guess I’m gonna crack my first can around 11am like usual. Then just 8 hours til the bounce. 

if someone could let me know who wins that would be great

How you tracking at 2 hours before the bounce @DubDee, all facilities? Or comatose?

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37 minutes ago, Better days ahead said:

I’m not one for tradition for traditions sake but I think the gf should remain a daylight game. Every year I fire up the BBQ and have friends and family over to watch the game. With the public holiday added now its makes for a great family orientated weekend. I think a night time slot would change the whole dynamic for the worse.

It’s just a dead day...

Grand Final Day starts at first light

The Game will still rate in the afternoon 

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2 hours ago, ProperDee said:

Torrential rain last 30 minutes over the Gabba with more to come.

This concerns me deeply.

Will the Victorian turf cope with these sub tropical conditions?

Will sheperds immaculately dyed hair run in the rain during half time entertainment.

What will happen to Stockdales fro? Will he be able to play the guitar with his teef if his hair has fallen down.?

I wish the Dees were playing and blowhard were the half time entertainment RIP Rollo.

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I may be jumping the gun, but why can’t we have pre game entertainment this good every year?

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1 minute ago, Sir Why You Little said:

It sure is exciting so far.....

Well yeah, but you can’t have quality acts like Meatloaf and Angry Anderson every year.

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3 minutes ago, Brownie said:

Alright. Who would be on  the Adelaide line up?

Cold Chisel, Superjesus, Ben Folds, Hilltop Hoods to name a few.

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3 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Yes there is bugger all atmosphere at the Gabba, regardless of what’s on 

Spent most of my life in Brisbane and would have seen thousands of bands over 30 years or so.

These artists aren't my cup of tea but they're hooking through them well and haven't at least put on a bunch of old hacks.

Its alright I reckon.

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