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The mad monk

DSM5

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Made me nearly spew to see Abbott getting some sort of recognition for spending MY tax dollars on the lighting at Brookie. Why wasn't I acknowledged. Why doesn't he pay for membership along with all the lumpen-proletariat. I always figured he was of the leather patch brigade anyway. Aaaaagh.
 

Matabele

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Just another example of the hubris attached to this reprehensible, small minded mob that "govern" us.
 

PEPSI

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i must admit i saw him puncing about in a suit and a manly cap and was shocked and just prayed he wasnt a manly fan. He is one liberal poli i cant stand.
 

Ryan

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One thing now governs my decision on voting. Workplace Relations Laws. Sorry Byso.
 

byso

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lol, I don't care what anyone votes for.

I guess these photos would go well in this thread :)




 

Matabele

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How funny was it when his love child ended up belonging to another man?
 

PJ

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out of all the pollies anyone but him- the guy is a tool!
 

Matabele

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I'd say he is more likely to be a rugger bugger and was only there to shore up his constituency on Friday night.
 

The Wheel

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Abbott use to play lower grade rugby for Manly I believe and I think plays Golden Oldies occassionally. He is definately in the leather patch brigade.

He could have announced a few extra million for an upgrade from the budget surlpus so all us plebs didn't have to sit on a wet hill and line up in the mud for a beer.
 

DSM5

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Sitting on the grass on the Brookie hill must be one of the worlds greatest pleasures, especially on a Sat or Sun afternoon. I'd spew again if the ground was made into a plastic factory. Lining up and slopping beer over each other is terrific. Bonding over mud. terrific.
 

The Wheel

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Yeah I still love the hill and want to see it retain, I was trying to alert our local pollies that tens of millions are plowed into the site holes like Penrith & Kogarah and we get 4 big candle sticks and Abbott thinks we shpul;d be greatful.
 

byso

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at the end of the day these sporting grounds are used by professional sporting clubs which supposedly make a profit playing out of these grounds. So I can only guess that our club would be grateful.
But you are right that we do seem to get the bare minimum compared to other grounds.
 

Matabele

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Manly is blue ribboned liberal.

They don't have to pork barrell it to retain it.
 

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