Open Thread – Saturday, 13 August 2022

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  1. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


    woof bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane at The Grove and Farmers Market in Los Angeles 22

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  2. mh says:

    I know you love him

    Paul Murray

    ‘Serious numbers’ about cost of living crisis

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  3. mh says:

    Wellcamp Airport one of many SE QLD spots below zero this morning at -1.4 06:44am

    Just south of Brisbane, Greenbank fell to 1.8 at 06:27am.

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  4. mh says:

    Australia is going to run on batteries. FMD

    BlackRock’s $1bn big battery charge

    The world’s largest money manager, BlackRock, will pump over $1bn into a string of big batteries across Australia after buying Melbourne storage developer Akaysha Energy.

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  5. Eyrie says:

    mh, the only reason for the big batteries has nothing to do with renewable energy and everything to do with variable pricing. Charge batteries when your cost of electricity is low, sell into grid when high. Ka-ching!

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  6. mh says:

    Thanks Eyrie.


    Statues coming down, just like the US

    Hobart city council has voted to remove a statue of former Tasmanian premier William Crowther after pressure from Aboriginal groups.

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  7. Shy Ted says:

    Yes, let’s return to traditional land management practises.
    Worry, not. The wet season will be along any day to extinguish them. I like this bit –

    The NT’s Top End is in the middle of its dry season, with fires a typical occurrence in the region at this time of year.

    Which is what happens if you light a small fire in a dry tinderbox and along comes a gust of wind and blows a spark away. I’m worried it may affect Straya’ megafauna.

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  8. Shy Ted says:

    Truth in advertisingJust read the 5th para starting “give your”. I’d encourage you not to do a web search for inflatable deluxe Judy doll
    I concur Back in the day I searched and searched for a rugged-looking 4WD and it was love at first sight with a Jeep CJ8. Pretty terrible flaws actually but if you knew what they were and avoided the cause it was great.

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  9. Old bloke says:

    JohnJJJ says:
    August 15, 2022 at 9:37 pm

    That’s not a fight
    THIS is a fight
    Ozzy Man Reviews: Epic Pub Brawl [FEAT. Mozza]

    That was filmed in a Tasmanian pub, which one do you reckon was Ragu?

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  10. Old bloke says:

    Eyrie says:
    August 16, 2022 at 8:29 am

    mh, the only reason for the big batteries has nothing to do with renewable energy and everything to do with variable pricing. Charge batteries when your cost of electricity is low, sell into grid when high. Ka-ching!

    It’s got everything to do with ruinable energy, there wouldn’t be the price fluctuations if we removed the intermittent power generators from the grid.

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  11. Travelin' man says:

    Shy Ted says:
    August 16, 2022 at 10:16 am

    I think this makes us the winners of the new Cats war
    This link is in there. Put your drink down first.

    What does it mean and why are you a winner and in what war?

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  12. Travelin' man says:

    Shy Ted says:
    August 16, 2022 at 10:16 am

    I think this makes us the winners of the new Cats war
    This link is in there. Put your drink down first.

    My comment to this just disappeared.

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  13. Eyrie says:

    Old Bloke, correct. Traditional power sources like coal or nukes run best when run all the time at constant load. Combine with some hydro and gas to handle the odd peak loads and you are done. Price fluctuations would be minimal and could be zero by just pricing in the average overall cost of supplying the grid.

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  14. mh says:

    We know Australian energy is entering a golden dawn once BlackRock invests.

    What could go wrong?

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  15. Steve trickler says:

    This is interesting. After watching the Thomas Bearden clips with all the information about electromagnetics having to ability to induce illness…and cure it, this 5G chatter might have some merit.


    Stew Peters:

    Mat Taylor joins us once more on today’s show to expose the government’s plans to kill us all.

    Implanted in the vaccine are self-assembling shapes triggered by Wi-Fi frequencies!

    This could be the 5g connection we have been watching for!

    Exclusive Horrific Images: Circuits In Covid Jab Internet Router Causes Circuits To Self Assemble

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  16. Steve trickler says:

    The HighWire with Del Bigtree Published August 15, 2022.

    A simmering outbreak is now racing upwards while a questionable response juggles political correctness, public health, and a vaccine of unknown effectiveness against a population unwilling to ‘fall in line’ for more public health fear tactics.


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  17. Travelin' man says:

    Travelin’ man says:
    August 16, 2022 at 12:31 pm

    My comment to this just disappeared.

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    Fair enough, no problem that is what I did, only one email addy one username, ….

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  18. mh says:

    This is good:

    George Galloway

    “FULL INTERVIEW: #JacksonHinkle on the the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate and the real prospect of civil war

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  19. Cold-Hands says:

    Decent production values at the Babylon Bee. The next series of Law & Order is ready to roll…

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  20. Steve trickler says:
  21. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


    wolf bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane at Dana Point Harbor 2

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  22. Steve trickler says:

    Oops, woof bark growl.

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  23. candy says:

    Why the secrecy around Scott Morrison not divulging the shared ministries business seems to be a question.

    I’m tending towards the simplest reason, that he did not want to scare or worry the ministers concerned and their children especially that he/she may become incapacitated or die from the virus and he was taking precautions as to how the various jobs would get done. A relevant scenario.

    Not a big fan of Scott Morrison as PM but I think this is how he might proceed in the, at the time, distressing worries about the virus that was extremely pervasive through Australia.

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  24. Shy Ted says:

    movie time
    Starring Anne Heche
    “Hey, I’m not dead yet!”
    Also starring Anne Heche

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  25. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    The press says the same weather patterns which have occured for thousands of years are now caused by the use of the low cost reliable energy which billions of people depend on for their day-to-day survival.

    Journalism Runs Even Drier

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  26. mh says:

    Rep. Liz Cheney, former President Donald Trump’s highest-profile Republican critic and a leading figure in the investigation of his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, will lose her Wyoming primary race, NBC News projected.

    The outcome of the primary for Wyoming’s sole House seat was widely expected, as recent polls showed Cheney trailing her top rival, Harriet Hageman, by double-digit margins. Hageman was projected to win the GOP primary by NBC News.

    In a concession speech Tuesday evening, Cheney attributed her loss directly to her opposition to Trump.…

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  27. Steve trickler says:

    Liz Cheney.


    The United Spot:

    And that’s the ballgame

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  28. Steve trickler says:

    Yes, I know the backstory.

    Great soundtrack.

    Christopher Young – The Swanee (Bat 21) (1988)

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  29. Steve trickler says:

    These clips will never grow old.



    Two Steps From Hell – El Dorado ( EXTENDED Remix by Kiko10061980 )

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  30. Shy Ted says:

    I’ve just seen the most astonishing thing on the box, ABC of course. Recorded that quaint UK seachange series The Durrels. After there is 10 minutes of ABC’ Arts and Minds (it’s arts week or something). A lady dwarf is speaking to who knows who about how her dwarfism is not a disability, it’s people’ reaction that is the disability. To prove it she goes to Circular Quay with a photographer, who, from a distance, takes photos of her. Naturally, in the shots, people are looking at her. Maybe. Proof! Or it could be the fact she’s a lezzer! Homophobia too! This is her art and she wants people to learn from it. She’s had 3 plaster casts made of herself, put on a pedestal at 120deg to each other and it’s in an art gallery somewhere. You cannot avoid her and this means, um, something. She’s also a psychologist and understands these concepts better than you plebs. She’s also angry at the world. I know we joke about these things but this is a winner. An angry lesbian dwarf psychologist artist photographer sculptor. You lot can’t even compete!
    Had a quick squiz at the following episode where an Asian lady comedienne talks about something or other. Not even remotely funny.
    If you want something funny head over to MichaelSmithNews and see the mashup of ScoMo.

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  31. mh says:

    Donald Trump Jr.
    Liz Cheney really compared herself to Lincoln… LMFAO. That CNN & MSDNC fluffing really got to her carpetbagger/warmonger head.

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  32. Steve trickler says:

    Who was stupid enough to get that sh*t injected into your arm?

    Bill Gates says hello.

    You got sucked in, my family included.

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  33. Steve trickler says:

    Hurry up! Go get another jab. Book your appointment.

    Get your booster!

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  34. Steve trickler says:

    I saw pink flesh with these cooked chooks. Do not ever eat pink chicken flesh.

    No excuses, dude.Cooked Juicy Chicken On A Unique Barbecue! Life In The Mountains Of Azerbaijan

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  35. mh says:

    Boris and Carrie say hi 👋

    LONDON — U.K. inflation rose to another 40-year high in July as spiraling food and energy prices continued to intensify the country’s historic squeeze on households.

    The consumer price index rose 10.1% annually, according to estimates published by the Office for National Statistics on Wednesday, above a Reuters consensus forecast of 9.8% and up from 9.4% in June.

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  36. Shy Ted says:

    Latest count in Wyoming is Liz Cheney on 32.4% and gone. She could have come to Oz. She’d be PM with that!

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  37. Steve trickler says:

    Reverend Simon Sideways:

    The RAF have stopped hiring whites for now see video for reason.

    RAF no more whites please

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  38. mh says:

    Elon Musk
    Also, I’m buying Manchester United ur welcome
    10:01 AM · Aug 17, 2022

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  39. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


    woof bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane visits an indoor shopping mall 29

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  40. mh says:

    Wind energy boom and golden eagles collide in the US West

    … In April, a Florida-based power company pleaded guilty in federal court in Wyoming to criminal violations of wildlife protection laws after its wind turbines killed more than 100 golden eagles in eight states. It was the third conviction of a major wind company for killing eagles in a decade.…

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  41. mh says:

    …Federal officials won’t divulge how many eagles are reported killed by wind farms, saying it’s sensitive law enforcement information. The recent criminal prosecution of a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, one of the largest U.S. renewable energy providers, offered a glimpse into the problem’s scope.

    The company pleaded guilty to three counts of violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and was ordered to pay more than $8 million in fines and restitution after killing at least 150 eagles — including more than 100 goldens at wind farms in Wyoming, California, New Mexico, North Dakota, Colorado, Michigan, Arizona and Illinois.

    Government officials said the mortality was likely higher because some turbines killed multiple eagles and carcasses are not always found.

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  42. Steve trickler says:


    A senior pregnant Melbourne nurse says she faces termination for REQUESTING MEDICAL ADVICE on her booster as hospitals struggle to fill staff shortages.

    Senior nurse BREAKS SILENCE on hospital crisis

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  43. Steve trickler says:

    Clever edit.


    The Beauty Of:

    The Beauty Of Better Call Saul

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  44. Steve trickler says:

    Maria Zeee via the Stew Peters Network:

    While so many Christian leaders cowered under the tyrannical and nonsensical rule of their governments during the so-called pandemic, very few displayed the courage and determination to remain obedient to God… but not Pastor Pawlowski.
    Like a modern-day Paul, he went to prison, spent time in solitary confinement and faced people plotting to murder him for his beliefs. This is the story of his victory through his unwavering faith.

    LIVE: Uncensored: “I WILL NOT BOW!” Pastor Artur Pawlowski Stands Firm & Defeats Globalists

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  45. Steve trickler says:

    Let’s all eat bugs.

    “Leave KIWI alone!”

    The Process Of Making Friends With The Giant Mantis

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  46. Steve trickler says:

    Doc Coleman:

    Passing Observations 122
    17TH AUGUST 2022
    This is a long standing series of small items which have caught my eye or mind and which seem relevant, startling, amusing or all three. Occasionally, items which appear here may return as a longer piece. Mostly they will not.

    Half of Britain’s butterflies are now endangered and likely to disappear. The nutters claim it’s because of global warming but it isn’t. Butterflies are being killed off by all the nasty chemicals which farmers and gardeners are using.
    In a shop the other day I had to help a teenage assistant who was having a panic attack because her till wasn’t working properly. I’d given her £5 for something that cost £4.90 and she couldn’t work out what change to give me. And teachers want a pay rise.
    Three out of four adults in the UK can’t read a map – even to understand the symbols for ‘pub’. Since half of all adults are illiterate or semi-literate that really isn’t all that surprising.
    A hacker who broke into the Shanghai police database is offering to sell the online records of about one billion Chinese citizens. He or she has names, ID numbers, phone numbers, addresses, criminal records and details of online orders. No one seems to have asked why the Shanghai police had all that information on one billion citizens. Do one billion Chinese people really all have criminal records?
    Women are more likely to fail the driving test than men. So, some women now want to be given special treatment – they want the driving test to be easier for women.
    In China, a writer working online had her novel deleted because the authorities decided that it contained forbidden material. I sympathise. All my books were banned in China some years ago – even though several of them were big bestsellers there.
    Dog owners should be prepared for new laws introducing expensive dog licences and rules allowing dog catchers to take away and put down any dogs seen out in public without a lead.
    The British royal family is, it seems to me, now famous only for being greedy, hypocritical, entitled and irrelevant. It’s time for the nonsense to end. Sell the royal palaces and split the loot among the old, the sick and the needy.
    One of the reasons given for my expulsion from the Royal Society of Arts was that I had publicly questioned the global warming myth. The other reason was that I’d dare to tell the truth about covid. Free speech, eh?
    The game of rugby was invented by a boy called Ellis who picked up a football and ran with it at Rugby School. If Master Ellis had been a pupil at my school – Chuckery Mixed Infants School in Walsall – the game would have been called ‘chuckery mixed infants’ as in ‘England beat Wales at chuckery mixed infants’ on Saturday.
    Elon Musk says that ‘Environmental, social and governance’ investments (known as ESG funds) are a scam and for once I agree with him. And an article in the Harvard Business Review points out that ESG funds have underperformed, that firms boasting their ESG credentials have worse compliance records for labour and environment rules than other companies and that firms use ESG as a cover for bad business performance.
    The shares of Deliveroo (a food delivery company) have risen despite the fact that customers are placing smaller orders. Why can this possibly be? Apparently, the company makes losses on orders and has to subsidise them. So the less it sells, the smaller the losses will be. What a great business model. The company is apparently forecast to lose £150 million to £200 million until 2024. I must rush out and not buy the shares.
    Governments deliberately create problems for their electorates and then offer solutions which remove freedom and add oppression.
    France is said to be planning to get rid of its TV licence (which is added to property taxes and, I can tell you, difficult to avoid paying).
    There is more real news on the back of a beermat than you’ll ever find on the BBC. Bias within the BBC seems to me to be part of the organisation’s genetic make-up. And in the world of the media, bias is unforgiveable. The BBC needs to be closed down immediately and its staff found work sweeping streets and cleaning lavatories (though they will need training).
    The Ten Commandments were carved in stone. Shakespeare used a quill pen. Dickens wrote with a pen. Mark Twain was the first to use a typewriter. Smartphones gave us gibberish from footballers’ wives.
    We have a seagull with a bad leg which visits daily. He stands all day under the bird feeders. Above him a crow shakes the feeders so that seeds fall to the ground. Charity or a parasitic partnership? Dunno, but it’s illegal to feed seagulls so the poor crow could be in trouble if he’s spotted.
    ‘Girls can’t really play cricket, and when you are watching their futile efforts, you make funny sounds at them.’ – J.M.Barrie.
    The UK has once again announced plans to build nuclear reactors to solve the power problem. The reactors should be ready sometime in the mid to late 2030s. Just about every other country on earth is building reactors so the cost of uranium might go up a bit.
    The woke folk have abolished the word ‘different’ and replaced it with the word `wrong’.

    Passing Observations 122

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    Oops, format fail.

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  48. Steve trickler says:

    If I was in the crowd, remaining silent would not be an option.



    GTV last Stand:

    If we allow this behavior our children are in great danger.


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  49. Steve trickler says:

    Both of those female speakers need a noose around their necks.

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  50. mh says:

    #foxnews #hannity
    Harriet Hageman: ‘We’re going to change Washington DC’

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  51. mh says:

    Turkey’s central bank shocked markets Thursday with a cut to its benchmark policy rate, despite inflation in the country sitting near 80%.

    Its main policy rate, which had been at 14% for the last seven months, was cut to 13% in a complete mismatch to what other central banks are doing around the world.

    Turkey’s inflation for the month of July rose by an eye-watering 79.6% year on year, its highest in 24 years, as the country grapples with soaring food and energy costs and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s long-running unorthodox strategy on monetary policy.

    In the markets, the main BIST index snapped session gains to trade lower by 0.8% after the decision, according to Reuters, while the Turkish lira declined sharply against the dollar.

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  52. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


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    Cash 2.0 Great Dane on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills 20

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  53. Steve trickler says:

    Congratulations to all.👏


    Roger Hodgson:

    Roger Hodgson co-founded Supertramp in 1969 and was the driving force behind what fans call the 14 golden years of the band. He wrote, sang, and arranged the enduring rock standards that made Supertramp a worldwide phenomenon with album sales in excess of 60 million. Roger not only gave us “Child of Vision,” but also other timeless classics such as “Give a Little Bit,” “Breakfast in America,” “Dreamer,” “The Logical Song,” “Take the Long Way Home,” “It’s Raining Again,” “Fool’s Overture,” “School,” and many more.

    Child of Vision – Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) Writer and Composer

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  54. mh says:

    Thanks for the education on Amnesty International, Brian

    The New Atlas

    Amnesty International has a long track record of selling lies to the public to help justify US military aggression both direct and by proxy all under the guise of “human rights” advocacy.

    Often when it is too late to reverse the damage done, Amnesty puts distance between itself and its lies to prepare for the next propaganda campaign.

    How has this played out in Ukraine now that the US proxy war there is in full swing?

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  55. Black Ball says:

    Nigel Farage with Tony Abbott

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  56. Steve trickler says:

    Magpies are dictating terms. Kookas are taking the back seat.


    Backyard Birds of Australia:

    Hero magpie simply refuses to leave my house today, will I get her out in the end?

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  57. mh says:

    CH4 News asks if Britain has returned to the 1970s

    Channel 4 News

    In the latest episode of this summer’s series of rail strikes, half of Britain’s lines were closed today, with only 20 per cent of services running.

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  58. Steve trickler says:

    Del Bigtree:

    CDC’s Move Vindicates ‘Conspiracy Theorists’; Pfizer Losing Fight; One Senator’s Fight to Expose Dirty Pandemic Politics; Huge Win for Healthcare Workers

    Guest: Senator Ron Johnson


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  59. Black Ball says:

    Fascinating read. Expect more to have their cause of death as suicide. Or covid

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  60. Steve trickler says:


    Hundreds of Vietnam veterans lined up, ready to march to honour the memory of their fallen mates, were left standing in the cold as Dan Andrews held up proceedings. But cops still approach ME to “prevent any disruption”

    Police confront the WRONG suspect

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  61. Black Ball says:

    The Hun:

    Ferrari-driving developer John Woodman told Premier Daniel Andrews a charity golf event organised in his honour would be filled with figures from the property development industry, new emails have shown.

    The released documents provide new detail on the contact between the two men, which was one of the topics examined by the state’s anti-corruption body’s probe into allegations of dodgy land deals and close ties between politicians and developers.

    But the publication of further correspondence requested from the Premier’s Private Office, has been refused on technical grounds.

    Emails released to the Victorian parliament after a motion by the state opposition show discussions between Mr Andrews and Mr Woodman about organising a golf event in November 2017.

    The idea was the brainchild of the now-embattled property developer and came after a meeting with the premier at the Flower Drum restaurant.

    The event was named after Mr Andrews and he attended and handed out a trophy while more than $400,000 was raised for the Monash Children’s Hospital.

    When questioned about the event and the developer in the past, Mr Andrews has maintained he never discussed individual planning matters and acted appropriately at all times.

    Since then, the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission has investigated Mr Woodman’s relationship with politicians and planning decisions made by the state and Casey Council.

    Known as Operation Sandon, fundraising events and party donations have also been discussed and a lawyer for Mr Woodman told the public hearings that some politicians were “more friendly than others”.

    Among those believed to be interviewed by IBAC is the Premier, who is understood to have been questioned about his ties to Mr Woodman and whether they had exchanged phone numbers.

    In one email released on Friday, and dated back to December 2016, Mr Woodman spelled out the rules of the event for the Premier and said the property industry would make up most of the attendance.

    “At the lunch we would request you provide a 20-minute speech regarding the new hospital and Victoria at large,” he wrote.

    “The event will predominantly be attended by representatives from the property development industry and they will be very keen to hear your comments and overview regarding the future of property development in Victoria.

    “Again thank you for your offer to participate and we look forward to discussing this exciting project further in the near future.”

    In response, Mr Andrews thanked Mr Woodman and said he would attend.

    “I am pleased to support this important cause and would be delighted to join you for lunch on the Monash Children’s Hospital Golf Day to be held on November 17,” he said.

    “Thank you again for your letter, I look forward to being involved in this great initiative.”

    A year later, Mr Andrews was invited to attend the event again although it was acknowledged it would coincide with the 2018 campaign.

    “We realise that next year’s event is in the state election month and hence you are unavailable for the trophy presentation but believe that conducting the charity event will again raise valuable monies and awareness of this great facility,” he wrote.

    “Again thank you for your participation in the 2017 event and we look forward to discussing your involvement in the 2018 event in the near future.”

    A government spokeswoman said: “We won’t take lectures from the opposition on releasing documents when Matthew Guy refuses to release emails relating to his secret deal to dodge donation laws”.

    The opposition’s leader in the Legislative Council David Davis had also requested all emails between the Premier’s Private Office and Mr Woodman.

    But these were refused under parliament rules that do not allow the upper house to compel the release of documents from lower house MPs.

    This is so that one house of parliament cannot control the other.

    “It is clear Premier Daniel Andrews is going to fight the release of the secret Woodman documents in his office,” Mr Davis said.

    “If he has nothing to hide he should have nothing to fear.

    “These documents could be released today, rather than tortured claims that documents in his possessions are not amenable to production before the House.”

    Mr Davis said the emails showed the pair were “very close mates”.

    “The correspondence held by the department that has been released shows a palsy-walsy, matesy relationship between Mr Woodman and Mr Andrews,” he said.

    “Woodman clearly has direct access to Mr Andrews’ executive assistant.

    “The corruption commission should have its powers restored that Andrews stripped so that it can hold open public hearings.”

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  62. Black Ball says:

    Let the arse covering begin!

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  63. Steve trickler says:

    So many people need to hang, including those who are defending these bastards.

    “I believe the vax has saved many lives”



    Stew Peters:

    Fauci deserved be incarcerated back in 2020, he for sure deserves it NOW.

    Deanna Lorraine joins to discuss the data showing over 40% of pregnant women miscarried during the Pfizer vaccine trials.

    This tragedy will not be forgotten.

    Pfizer Shot Killed 44% Of Pregnancies In Trial: Court-Ordered Report Exposes Mass Murder

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  64. Steve trickler says:

    Oops…f*ckwits. Dickheads galore justifying their shot.

    Morons. You screwed up!

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  65. Black Ball says:

    And this from our education system:
    The practice of sack tapping, or sack whacking, is making a comeback in Victorian schools, prompting experts to warn of its legal and physical dangers.

    Fuelled by social media posts on TikTok, such as the #sacktapchallenge, male students are being flicked or hit on the genitals by their male and female peers.

    The trend first emerged in 2009 but students at both state and private schools say the practice is widespread and commonplace, particularly among groups of younger high school boys.

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  66. Steve trickler says:

    This is not directed at anyone.

    Gloves are off. You want to justify getting the jab….based on what?

    Happy to go back into INVESTIGATIVE mode. Put up your most trusted source of news on the subject, C-19.

    There is no excuse for what BIGPHARMA HAS DONE. Anyone making excuses for them need to hang in the town square.

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