Open Thread – Saturday, 21 May 2022

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  1. So, will AnAl be Dan’s bitch by this time tomorrow?

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  2. Steve trickler says:

    Part 4.


    Adventures with Purpose:

    Final Episode 4… Adventures with a Purpose used sonar equipment to locate a submerged Ford Explorer found Saturday in the murky waters of Darby Creek.

    The Explorer and tags matched the entry on a missing person report from Dec. 4, 2003, for James “Jimmy” Amabile, solving a 19-year missing person case in Pennsylvania from December 04, 2003.

    This 4 part series documents Adventures With Purpose’s search for James Amabile, following the clues left behind, from a cell phone ping, last phone call, information from his family about insulin levels, and knowing that James woke up in a panic that he was late picking up his daughters from the babysitters, all playing a role in leading to the discovery of where James Amabile and his SUV had gone missing in the river 19-years earlier.

    SOLVED: Closure for James “Jimmy” Amabile’s Family | Recovered [Final Ep 4]

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  3. egg_ says:

    “The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq”

    Shrub was the puppet of Cheney and MIRC swamp.

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  4. egg_ says:

    Elon Musk exposed himself and propositioned her for sex, documents show.

    She made written false claims?
    What’s new?

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  5. egg_ says:

    at least six women have sued Tesla… alleging sexual harassment at a Tesla factory. Men at the factory ogled women and remarked on their clothes, the complaints said, leading some women to wear baggy outfits and use stacks of boxes to obstruct the views of leering co-workers.

    “To Indians, ever app is a dating app”.

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  6. Steve trickler says:

    I feel for the individual who will ultimately find out is was him / her that drilled through that engine bay.

    That will sting when they learn about it. Cut them some slack…a horrible situation to deal with now knowing the news.

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  7. egg_ says:

    Everyone Knows Bill Gates Is Behind The Monkeypox Outbreaks

    Dr Boob Gates’ IT guy was prolly just installing Lolita 2.0 on Boob’s server?
    Why did the Mrs leave?

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  8. egg_ says:

    A SpaceX flight attendant said …..

    I saw one of the SpaceX livestream commenters (female Quality Engineer) inadvertently refer to the crew onboard the Dragon space capsule as “cargo”, but calling Engineer Kayla Barron a “waitress” (hosties HATE that) is almost as bad.


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  9. egg_ says:

    TV War “Experts” Revealed As Paid Shills For Weapons Manufacturers

    Lockheed-Martin shill, Jeh Johnson… the son of Norma (Edelin), who worked for Planned Parenthood.

    Bleks who preached teh Gates’ population control to their own? Does it get any worse?
    Did he have to blow Bama for his gummint jerb?


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  10. egg_ says:

    Elon Musk exposed himself and propositioned her for sex

    Could’ve been worse, could’ve been Bezos.

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  11. egg_ says:

    NOW! Starliner Rendezvous & Docking
    The Launch Pad


    Docking due 7:10pm US EDT (9:10am EAST) IIRC.

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  12. Carpe Jugulum says:

    You have been busy Egg.

    Good Morning Troops

    Fishing awaits

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  13. mh says:

    Believe women.
    Especially Amber Heard.

    “I wish I fucking hadn’t bought into any of your fucking lies. Your bullshit. Your sober, fucking presence, your fucking goodness, your sweetness, all the lies,” Heard says. “I wish I hadn’t bought into the months of you being you. I wish I hadn’t bought promises. I wish I hadn’t fucking thought I could have kids with you. You are a fucking kid yourself. I wish I hadn’t bought into any of the lies you sold. Talk about fake bill and goods.”

    “Suck my dick, suck my dick,” Heard continued.

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  14. Steve trickler says:

    Avi and Rukshan in Davos.

    Facades going up everywhere.

    EVERYTHING about the World Economic Forum is FAKE

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  15. Ragu says:

    Weren’t the homos plooking monkeys the last time the world economy was in the toilet?

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  16. Ragu says:

    To Indians, ever app is a dating app

    Approach life with the same confidence indian men approach random women

    – Dhikguru

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  17. Black Ball says:

    At the local polling station now. Fair line up and fair to say Palmer is very keen on splashing cash on advertising. Enthusiastic local electrician handing out the how to vote cards. Whether it’s enough to flip the seat from Dr Anne Webster remains to be seen but I will be numbering every box with the sitting member last of course.

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  18. Black Ball says:

    Did Dhikguru attend the same philosophy classes as the first Dalai Lama Ragu? His quote you provided stands the test of time 😂😂

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  19. mh says:

    Maybe the Paywallian has something worth reading

    We cannot let politicians off the hook for this disgrace

    The only way we could compound the disaster we’ve suffered at the hands of our worthless politicians and bureaucrats would be a failure to hold those responsible to account.

    The problem is Australians want to be controlled by politicians and bureaucrats. Many wanted even harder lockdowns.

    The only thing that will put a stop to it is when they can no longer afford food. That shouldn’t be too far away.

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  20. mh says:

    WHO website:

    Our top voluntary contributors
    United States of America
    Republic of Korea
    European Commission
    COVID-19 Solidarity Fund
    GAVI Alliance
    United Nations Development Programme
    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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  21. egg_ says:

    In prime Labor territory, so voted for Dhikguru, representing the Libs. Only (Indian) Greens and Libs handing out the HTV cards, Labya are so confident.

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  22. egg_ says:

    “To Indians, every app is a dating app”.

    “What are you wearing?” to the GPS Nav might bring out some strange destinations.

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  23. Steve trickler says:

    Looking forward to this.


    The Fallen State:

    On this week’s episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by “Prime Time 99” Alex Stein, host of “The Conspiracy Castle,” Blaze TV contributor, and viral city council troll. Alex has blasted onto the viral internet scene via his infamous appearances at city council meetings around the country on a plethora of different topical issues. In this interview, Jesse and Alex discuss Alex’s reason for approaching the meetings with plenty of humor and over-the-top raps, his views on the situation in Ukraine, his thoughts on UPenn swimmer “Lia Thomas,” Elon’s Musk’s Twitter purchase, Alex’s mother’s untimely death, and so much more. Don’t miss this very high-energy exchange!

    “Prime Time 99” Alex Stein Joins Jesse! (#263)

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  24. kaysee kaysee says:

    This has been long overdue. Now, we need to pray for Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.

    He’ll need to keep a look-out for harassment coming not just from pro-abortionists but also those within the Church who will be looking for a way to overturn his decision.

    Archbishop Cordileone bars Nancy Pelosi from Communion
    until she ends abortion support

    Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone announced on Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should not be admitted to Holy Communion in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, nor should she present herself to receive the Eucharist, until she publicly repudiates her support for abortion.

    Cordileone said on May 20 that the step was “purely pastoral, not political” and came after Pelosi, D-Calif., who has described herself as a “devout Catholic,” repeatedly rebuffed his efforts to reach out to her to discuss her abortion advocacy.

    Cordileone said that he sent the notification to Pelosi, “a member of our archdiocese,” on May 19.

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  25. kaysee kaysee says:

    Same subject.

    Pro-Life mom ends the career of prominent Democrat Congressman on live TV in just under 10 seconds.


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  26. egg_ says:

    Jeremy Loffredo
    Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla explains Pfizer’s new tech to Davos crowd: “ingestible pills” – a pill with a tiny chip that send a wireless signal to relevant authorities when the pharmaceutical has been digested. “Imagine the compliance,” he says

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  27. kaysee kaysee says:

    Here we go. Again.

    Monkey Pox1

    Boom 💣 Busted Again. March 2021, NTI ran a Global Simulation on a Monkeypox Outbreak that lead to 270 million fatalities Worldwide…The Outbreak was predicted to start May 15th, only 5 days ago…🧐 Here is the Simulation Clip, it’s Event 201 all over again..Time To 𝙍𝙞𝙨𝙚


    Monkey Pox2

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  28. kaysee kaysee says:

    We’ve heard about Monkey Pox in the past week – mid-May 2022.

    This report is dated Nov 23, 2021

    Strengthening Global Systems to Prevent and Respond to High-Consequence Biological Threats

    In March 2021, NTI partnered with the Munich Security Conference to conduct a tabletop exercise on reducing high-consequence biological threats……..

    Exercise Summary

    Developed in consultation with technical and policy experts, the fictional exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that first emerged in the fictional nation of Brinia and spread globally over 18 months. Ultimately, the exercise scenario revealed that the initial outbreak was caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight. By the end of the exercise, the fictional pandemic resulted in more than three billion cases and 270 million fatalities worldwide.

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  29. Barking Toad says:

    good get kaysee

    now nobody gives a flying about covid a new scare had to be invented

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  30. Steve trickler says:

    The freak show continues. 🙄 Careful, cohenite…we have some shockers here; pure scum of the Earth.


    Fleccas Talks:


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  31. kaysee kaysee says:

    now nobody gives a flying about covid a new scare had to be invented

    Nah. The Covid-believers will not give up and admit that they were fooled and it wasn’t just a conspiracy.

    I haven’t had the time this past month, to select and post the numeros …..




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  32. egg_ says:

    now nobody gives a flying about covid a new scare had to be invented

    Zero mask wearing wankers at my polling station – even amongst the Electoral staff and HTV folk.

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  33. kaysee kaysee says:

    How the scam works …

    US buys millions of Monkeypox vaccines after Massachusetts confirms case

    The US has ordered 13 million additional doses of the monkeypox vaccine after a Massachusetts man contracted the rare — but potentially severe — virus, officials said Thursday.

    The massive $119 million order of Jynneos jabs — which can be used to treat both the monkeypox virus and smallpox — was created by the biotechnology company Bavarian Nordic, according to Newsweek.

    In 2015, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration approved the use Jynneos as a vaccine for the rare virus.

    It is six months before the US mid-term elections.
    Time to get started on the mail-in ballots.

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  34. kaysee kaysee says:

    Former President George W. Bush:
    “The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq. I mean of Ukraine.

    Ha. Ha. It’s funny. Iraq. I mean Ukraine. I’m 75.

    George W. Bush and Russian pranksters

    Former U.S. president George W. Bush was seen on video telling who he believed to be Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to “destroy as many Russian troops” as the country could, seemingly unaware he was actually speaking with two Russian pranksters.

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  35. mh says:

    One day early

    two Sri Lankan asylum seeker vessels were intercepted apparently trying to reach Australia.

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  36. kaysee kaysee says:

    Dr. Mike Yeadon

    Three Key Troubling Takeaways From This COVID Dilemma

    1.) The international global response to all of this (lockdowns, masks, mandates). “That’s a massive hazard, what your government’s doing.”

    2.) The ‘vaccines’ don’t work and are likely toxic by design. Our governments could be intentionally trying to kill us.

    3.) “The passivity of most people, I think, is the most frightening part of this entire thing. . . . There’s not a single peer of mine from any company across the world [that has spoken out].”

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  37. kaysee kaysee says:

    Showtime at the Australia Votes thread

    Scheduled to begin in a few minutes at the Good Sauce.

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  38. cohenite says:

    Oldie but a goodie from the whacky world of islam:

    Terrorists in Syria play soccer with heads of civilians

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  39. egg_ says:

    Salty Cracker said that the Rumble CEO commented in a recent livestream that their servers were having trouble – likely due to the fact that Salty regularly gets 30k live viewers plus heaps of live chats.

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  40. Ragu says:


    Hope the move is/was going well, ShyTed.

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  41. Cold-Hands Cold-Hands says:

    I need something light-hearted after the Election result. Here’s the Week in Pictures: Formulaic Edition. 

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  42. Shy Ted says:

    Hi Cats, thanks Ragu. The move went well, the phone and internet not so much. I’ll be back. Believe it or not, after several days out of complete contact with the digital world and without the knowledge we have from the sources we use, those few days were a far better place. I don’t like this new reality and that’s why I moved. Main problem now, midges, sandflies and things in general that bite and sting.

    Tim Tams, at least those flavours nobody likes, are cheaper than in the big smoke.

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  43. johanna johanna says:

    Preview tab has disappeared from my screen.


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  44. Candy says:

    Scott Morrison changing his mind so regularly over policies virtually overnight and then denying he has said something previously after looking at some opinion poll or reading twitter did him no favours.   He called it pragmatism but he began to simply look unreliable and telling fibs.  And putting his face into so many workplaces and selfies senior ministers were forced into the shadows apart from Dutton who was given his due under Abbott and Turnbull anyway.  I don’t think even the treasurer was a household name.

    Record unemployment and out the other side of pandemic he  should have been a shoo-in but I think people simply got sick of looking at him and his being  a one man show.   Some advisors gave him faulty advice.




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  45. mh says:

    Russell Brand

    5.64M subscribers

    At the World Health Assembly next week, the WHO will meet to discuss a “pandemic accord” that would greatly expand its powers. Nothing to worry about there.


    The Teals will love the pandemic accord.

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  46. mh says:

    Peter Dutton did well to hang on to his marginal seat.

    The swings just didn’t happen in Dickson.

    It is clear Dutton should become the next Liberal leader.


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  47. mh says:

    French happy

    France’s outgoing foreign minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, has taken a swipe at Scott Morrison just hours after the Australian prime minister conceded defeat, saying the Coalition’s election loss “suits me fine”.

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  48. mh says:

    Today we will summarize the latest interview with Elon Musk, where he gives his take on inflation, recession risks, and recent Twitter comments surrounding Jeff Bezos.

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  49. Admin-Temp says:


    Please DO NOT check the

    Save my name box when posting a comment.

    Sorry, there is a bug, there.


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  50. JohnJJJ says:

    My friends in Sydney tell me the eastern suburbs is now the Land of Princess Allegra. There was a rainbow this morning and the clouds of Mordor have moved westward. The sun is out and the robins are chirping. Talk about climate change. Soon they will all have a Steinway and a view of the ocean and the harbour ( for NYE). The nasty container ships have been replace by frolicking dolphins and whales. Oh frabjous joy! <sound of sparkles>

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    Due to the bugs in the previous one, we have switched over to this new one. But as in all new software, there will be glitches.

    Please share here the bugs that you have noticed, so far.

    My testing shows:

    1. Possible bug in the Save my name checkbox.

    Those who have been posting comments this morning, have you noticed anything different when typing in your name/email in the comment box?

    If you are logging in as a Registered commenter there is not problem.

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  52. Old bloke says:

    “Any other bugs?”


    I haven’t seen any monkeypox yet, I’ll keep a watch for it.


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  53. johanna johanna says:

    As mentioned above, preview tab is gone on my screen.

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  54. johanna johanna says:

    Uh, oh, I just posted a comment (which did not appear immediately even though I was logged in) and Old Bloke’s name and email address then appeared in the i.d. fields below.

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  55. johanna johanna says:

    Old bloke’s details are still there after I posted my second comment.

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  56. Nothing appears and can confirm Old bloke’s details are popping up in the field boxes.

    I logged in and that failed to work, too.


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  57. Ok, a time delay with posts are back. Only a couple of minutes…no biggie.



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  58. Adam, the site is now telling me I am now logged in. It took a few minutes.




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  59. These bastards are not hiding it.


    Ezra Levant:

    On last night’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, World Economic Forum elites continue to say things that would get anyone else banned from social media for spreading ‘conspiracy theories’ or ‘disinformation’.

    Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tells WEF crowd about new microchipped pills: ‘Imagine the compliance’


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  60. mh says:

    I’m liking the new large font feature.

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  61. mh says:

    Shockwave: Libs brought down by the female teal tsunami

    In a “brutal wake-up call” to the Liberal Party, five male MPs have been dumped by independent female candidates riding the demand for change.


    At least two of those men are openly gay.

    Maybe the electorates are saying no to homos, yes to lezzos?

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  62. I’m liking the new large font feature.


    Adam, the software is doing that automatically.


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  63. Now seeing mh’s details in the fields and it now it says  I am no longer logged in.

    Bloody bugs 😀



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  64. Final bug report for Adam.  Software now says I’m logged back in again. No actions from me.


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  65. Admin Admin says:

    Sorry about the various bugs.

    Working with the developer to get them fixed.

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  66. mh says:

    ‘Scott Morrison shed tears as he told fellow Pentecostal worshippers that he was “very pleased the last thing I say as a prime minister is here”.’


    Cry me a river.

    Morrison’s attitude towards the unvaxxed was the same as globalist puppet Macron, who said he wanted to “piss off” the unvaccinated.

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  67. egg_ says:

    ‘Scott Morrison shed tears as he told fellow Pentecostal worshippers that he was “very pleased the last thing I say as a prime minister is here”.’



    Cry me a river.

    Hear! Hear!

    How many did the crunt throw under a bus – including my “Gold Standard” Premier?


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  68. Ok, who will be the first to rush out and get it?


    Stew Peters Show:

    MonkeyPox is Fauci’s new gold mine. Just one week before the first outbreak of MonkeyPox in Massachussets, Dr. Fauci had the vaccine bought and developed to use. Fauci knows that COVID wasn’t enough to terrify the American people for long, so you couldn’t turn your head to the possibility to strike the people with a brand new, and intimidating plandemic. Dr. Jane Ruby is not shaken, and she is here on The Stew Peters Show to announce the truth about MonkeyPox, and why we should not be looking to get another jab!


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  69. Admin-Temp says:

    Is there still a problem with the unmasking?

    Are you still seeing  someone else’s log in details?

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  70. Admin-Temp says:


    Djokovic is back with first title of year

    Novak Djokovic has won his first trophy of a difficult year, taking the Italian Open to show he’s back in top form exactly a week before the French Open starts.

    Just in time, Novak Djokovic has raised his first trophy of the year at the Italian Open – exactly a week before the French Open starts.

    Djokovic didn’t drop a set all week, having won his 1000th career match over Casper Ruud in the semi-finals.

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  71. Admin-Temp says:


    French Open 2022

    Carlos Alcaraz will bid to make history at this year’s French Open

    The 21-time Grand Slam champion won the first of his 91 titles when he was eight

    Watch Tennis Live with beIN SPORTS on Kayo. Live Coverage 

    First Grand Slam played — All four players were 17 when they first appeared

    Will Carlos Alcaraz match tennis’ big three?

    The former world No. 1 pulled out of last year’s French Open

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  73. kaysee kaysee says:

    What could be causing this problem?

    A message from Alaska Airlines CEO

    Running a great operation is part of what makes Alaska Airlines who we are, but at the moment, we’re not living up to that commitment. CEO Ben Minicucci apologizes for the impact and shares how we’re getting back to being the airline you know and trust.

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  74. kaysee kaysee says:

    New York court to decide whether elephants have human rights

    New York state’s highest court is charged with deciding whether an elephant should be granted human rights, as a lawyer representing an animal rights group pushes to have Happy the elephant freed from the Bronx Zoo.

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  75. mh says:

    ‘Djokovic didn’t drop a set all week, having won his 1000th career match over Casper Ruud in the semi-finals.’


    Novak is so dangerous that the Morrison government would not allow him to stay here.
    Corrupting the minds of Australians he was.

    My point? Piss off Morrison, and that doofus Alex Hawke can get fvcked too.

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  76. egg_ says:

    My point? Piss off Morrison

    After what he did to our Glad here in NSW, he can drop off a cliff for all I care.


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  77. mh says:

    Christensen tries to find some wheat amongst a field of chaff

    First of all, the good news…

    All is not lost. There was some good news out of the election:

    • Freedom parties (e.g. One Nation, UAP, Liberal Democrats, Australian Federation Party, IMOP, Katter’s Australia Party, etc) scored more than 12% of the nationwide vote, which — if voters preferenced every minor party on the ticket — would be enough to score a freedom party Senator in each State.
    • Pauline Hanson — a key fighter for freedom — is likely to be re-elected to the Senate.
    • A lot of left-wing Liberals have been given the boot all over the country.
    • Labor’s Kristina Kenneally — who continually tried to paint the freedom movement as domestic terrorists — has been removed from office. She was set to be Home Affairs Minister (and in charge of ASIO and the Australian Federal Police) and would’ve come after us.
    • A government that not only didn’t stand up against vaccine mandates but was complicit in enacting those mandates has been defeated.
    • We still have good people like Senator Malcolm Roberts, Senator Gerard Rennick and Senator Alex Antic in the Federal Parliament fighting for us.

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