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36 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Faaaaaarrr out! 
A RESULT HAS GONE OUR WAY!!!!

I havent been this excited since my first random kiss as a 14 yr old

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Just now, picket fence said:

I havent been this excited since my first random kiss as a 14 yr old

Kissing the mirror doesn’t count. 

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Mixed feelings about this tigers win. They would be a very dangerous side if they get in the 8. I prefer them out than in and don’t fear Brisbane as much no matter where they finish. They could be energised with this win and cruise past their next 3 opponents. Hope I’m way off with my worry.

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34 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

From the AFL game day thread

"Searching for their first win since Round 21, 2014 at the MCG, Brisbane gave up a 42-point lead and were overrun by the Tigers. This came about as Brisbane's ball movement was stifled by Richmond. In the first half, Brisbane turned 34 defensive chains into 16 forward 50 entries and 6.3 (39); in the second half, 30 chains only yielded seven entries and three behinds."

Q) What does a Brisvegas supporter do after watching the Bears win the Premiership?

A) Turn off the PlayStation.

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15 minutes ago, Redleg said:

For now.

Keep winning and it could be us against the Swans at the G.

Lose one and it could be Swans at the SCG.

If that was the case, I think I would prefer to finish 4th and play the Cats at the G.

Haven't worked out all the scenarios needed for various results yet, I am sure others on DL will. 

If we win all 3 it looks like our opponent will come down to who wins the Sydney v Pies game at the SCG.

But a lot still to play out.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, picket fence said:

I havent been this excited since my first random kiss as a 14 yr old

I don't aim to get too prying here picket ...... but your statement begs the question about the meaning of "random".

Were you referring to the random nature of who you kissed or where you kissed? 

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The game is so much better without countless players staging for frees

Result - open footy, more attacking footy and more scoring opportunities

Less congestion as the players need to keep moving the ball on instead of looking to get a soft free kick ... less stoppages as well

The game at the MCG produced 29 goals ... what's not to like? 

High contact, soft, frivolous free kicks are no more (in a general sense) and the players have been well and truly sent a message

Players being fined retrospectively for staging is a great move too

 

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8 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

What a Magnificent choke by Brisvegas

7 goals up….

Superb result

They certainly don't like playing at the G

 

Is that 15 in a row the've lost?

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41 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I don't aim to get too prying here picket ...... but your statement begs the question about the meaning of "random".

Were you referring to the random nature of who you kissed or where you kissed? 

Look ..it was several random young ladies at a party u know chocolate cake, Fanta, chips and the odd pash. No more or less than that! SHAME on Demonlanders bringing my good name, into disrepute! Anyway back to reality..

CRACKIN WIN TO THE TOIGS

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20 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Look ..it was several random young ladies at a party u know chocolate cake, Fanta, chips and the odd pash. No more or less than that! SHAME on Demonlanders bringing my good name, into disrepute! Anyway back to reality..

So it was all a dream. Is that what you’re saying?

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48 minutes ago, Macca said:

The game is so much better without countless players staging for frees

Result - open footy, more attacking footy and more scoring opportunities

Less congestion as the players need to keep moving the ball on instead of looking to get a soft free kick ... less stoppages as well

The game at the MCG produced 29 goals ... what's not to like? 

High contact, soft, frivolous free kicks are no more (in a general sense) and the players have been well and truly sent a message

Players being fined retrospectively for staging is a great move too

 

Agree on shelving the soft frees although I thought Cumberland’s first or second where he walked about 10m toward goal with a Lions player desperately hanging on around his waist then grounded the ball but got back up to kick the goal in full view of the umpire was pushing the boundary! Holding the ball or dropping the ball surely. But yes great spectacle. 

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2 minutes ago, Earl Hood said:

Agree on shelving the soft frees although I thought Cumberland’s first or second where he walked about 10m toward goal with a Lions player desperately hanging on around his waist then grounded the ball but got back up to kick the goal in full view of the umpire was pushing the boundary! Holding the ball or dropping the ball surely. But yes great spectacle. 

That was a shocking “non” decision 

 

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1 hour ago, picket fence said:

Look ..it was several random young ladies at a party u know chocolate cake, Fanta, chips and the odd pash. No more or less than that! SHAME on Demonlanders bringing my good name, into disrepute! Anyway back to reality..

CRACKIN WIN TO THE TOIGS

He ... "doth protest too much, methinks" !!!  A sure sign of a guilty conscience picket !!

I think some bad [censored] [censored] went down - I'm tipping sex drugs and rock and roll !!!!

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