Open Thread – Saturday, 30 October 2021

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  1. cohenite says:

    Channel 7 may have some legal issues arising

    May?! Do bears shit in the woods?

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  2. kaysee kaysee says:

    ‘Rust’ AD Was Fired From 2019 Film Set for Gun Mishap

    Assistant director Dave Halls, who reportedly called out “cold gun” before handing the pistol to Baldwin, was fired from the set of the movie “Freedom’s Path” in 2019 after a gun unexpectedly discharged, causing a minor injury to a crew member.

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  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    YOU CRINGE YOU LOSE – Woke SJW Compilation

    I lost. Couldn’t go past a few minutes.

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  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    Common-basic-sense, it ain’t so common, after all.
    See the photo in the article.

    Woman falls 30 metres to her death while posing for photos on edge of cliff

    A woman plunged 30 metres to her death while posing for photos at the edge of a cliff.

    Zoe Snoeks, from Belgium, was on a trip in Luxembourg with her husband of almost a decade when she tragically fell yesterday morning.

    The 33-year-old plummeted at least 30 metres after travelling to a cliff near the village of Nadrin to take photos before 9am.

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  5. Black Ball Black Ball says:

    I’m a master of understatement cohenite 😂

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  6. mh says:

    Black Ball says:
    November 4, 2021 at 4:42 pm
    Was it a case of mistaken identity mh? Reports are circulating that it was different surnames than the perpetrator, but the black fella was bashed?
    CH7 stuffed up? Seems they got everything wrong.
    This whole Cleo story is now becoming pretty weird.

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  7. kaysee kaysee says:

    NSW has transitioned from Gulag Gladys to Do-what-you’re-told Dom.

    How did the vaccination goal post move from 70% to 80% to 90% to 95%?

    13 October: 80% vaccination target

    1 November: 95% vaccination target

    Dom did whatever Gladly asked him to do.

    ‘Does what I say’: Dominic Perrottet responds to Gladys Berejiklian’s tapped phone call

    No. He didn’t really answer the question.

    “In an exchange between her and Daryl Maguire she said, ‘Dom does whatever I tell him to’. Were those comments a surprise to you?,” Natalie Barr asked the Premier.

    Mr Perrottet said: “Not at all. Gladys and I have a great relationship. As Premier and Treasurer you work very closely together.

    “I don’t want to give a running commentary on the ICAC.”

    Now, he just does whatever he is told by Matt-Keenly-Greenly.
    Or maybe, it is the shock jock Raylee Hadlee who gave him the 95% target.

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  8. kaysee kaysee says:

    Michael Berry

    Nov 1:

    From a friend in NYPD:

    This is the line at an NYPD station of officers lined up to go out sick tomorrow as that’s the deadline for the vaccination.

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  9. kaysee kaysee says:

    Fiorella Isabel

    Also on Nov 1:

    NASA scientists & engineers at JPL are protesting against the White House vaccine mandate Monday, November 1, 2021 from 7 AM-Noon PST, demanding alternatives to “the vaccines dubious performance,” & citing a list of demands including a route to a nonMRNA vaccine.

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  10. kaysee kaysee says:

    Joshua Reid | Redpill Project

    November 8th-11th
    Hold On The Line!


    Leigh Dundas with the details.

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  11. kaysee kaysee says:


    Have you had your wrist surgery?

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  12. cohenite says:

    Daisy Cousens on bolta. What a pity she won’t be replacing Jones.

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  13. egg_ says:

    NASA scientists & engineers at JPL are protesting against the White House vaccine mandate

    Rocket Scientists reject nano wrigglers?

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  14. Muddy says:
    November 4, 2021 at 2:57 pm

    Hi Muddy,
    not saying that you’ll think it’d be “up there,” but what did you want?

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  15. kaysee kaysee says:

    Marjorie Taylor Greene

    Last night was a lesson for Democrats.

    Parents in Virginia and across America stood up to say:

    Don’t put boys in our girls’ bathrooms.

    Don’t put our kids in masks.

    Don’t force our kids to get vaccinated.

    Don’t teach our kids to be racist.

    Don’t mess with our kids!

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  16. Steve trickler says:

    Belen, Iquitos, Loreto – Peru. Suss it out when time permits.


    Kurt Caz

    Whilst snooping around the backstreets of Belén in Iquitos, I noticed a pair of staring eyes locked in on me.
    That’s when I met Armando, who would soon become my first friend in Iquitos.

    Drinking Inside Peru’s Amazon Ghetto 🇵🇪

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  17. Black Ball Black Ball says:

    Ok so it seems he wasn’t bashed but suffered panic attacks. I note Kochie had it on Sunrise.

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  18. Top Ender says:

    Zealots presume racism as knee-jerk reactions snuff out dissent

    THE MOCKER – The Australian
    Follow @Oz_Mocker

    Quinton de Kock is officially non-racist, I am delighted to say, the South African cricketer joining his teammates in taking the knee on Saturday at the Twenty20 World Cup clash against Sri Lanka. What began as a troubled week ended on a pleasing note when de Kock apologised for initially doubting the importance of players performing gratuitous and feel-good gestures that have absolutely nothing to do with sport.

    “If me taking a knee helps to educate others, and makes the lives of others better, I am more than happy to do so.” Educate others? Well in one sense de Kock is correct. Pay attention boys and girls, because his humiliation is an example of what can happen when you exercise independent thought.

    That said, it would be wrong to suggest anything but positive factors were responsible for de Kock’s backflip. Cricket South Africa officials would have explained to him that their directive to kneel in support of the Black Lives Matter movement was about tolerance and making the world a better place. And if de Kock was still opposed to taking the knee, well that was entirely his prerogative. All it took for them to change his mind was gentle persuasion and an appeal to reason, something along the lines of “You’re out on your arse if you don’t go along with this, and you’ll be lucky to get a job as a Joburg bus conductor” I imagine.

    Snuffing out dissent

    As they say, all’s well that ends well. “The team is feeling much better than we were a couple of days ago,” said Proteas captain Temba Bavuma. “Quinton is in a much better state.” He is cured of his illness, you see. All it took was the snuffing out of dissenting thoughts and a grovelling capitulation.

    “Maybe some people don’t understand that we were just hit with this on Tuesday morning, on the way to a game,” said de Kock, who comes from a bi-racial family. “When you are told what to do, with no discussion, I felt like it takes away the meaning. If I was racist, I could easily have taken the knee and lied, which is wrong and doesn’t build a better society. I am deeply sorry for all the hurt, confusion and anger that I have caused.”

    Some of his critics will need more convincing, including former West Indies cricketer Michael Holding, who said it was “dumb” of de Kock not to have complied with the directive in the first place. “There’s a worldwide movement going on,” he said. “The entire world has accepted a specific gesture, a specific action of supporting that movement.”

    That BLM has the support of the entire world is incontrovertible. I challenge you to find a reasonable person who opposes the tenets of this benevolent movement, whether it be wanton destruction of public property, desecration of cultural icons, mass revisionism of education curricula, or the imposition of Marxism. Despite labelling de Kock’s apology as “confused,” Holding has announced he will give him the “benefit of the doubt”. The man is a prince, I tell you.

    Purity porn

    Likewise, it cannot be doubted that BLM has relieved the suffering of the oppressed. Each day we hear of another spectacular achievement in the fight against racism. For example, as the ABC reported yesterday, Ella Rowe, an Australian-Papua New Guinean woman, has established a salon in Melbourne for the purpose of “decolonising hair”.

    And can I just say as a cricket fan I look forward to the pious spectacle of players kneeling beforehand being a permanent fixture. Great as the game is, it is incomplete without this magnificent and edifying display of woke purity porn – oh enough of this drivel.

    Taking the knee is by no means the only virtue ritual that is replete with self-indulgence, cant, and insincerity. I was reminded of this recently with the retirement last week of Melton City Council chief executive Kelvin Tori. As the Herald Sun reported in June, he mandated that all council employees include the rainbow flag in their emails. “No variations to the endorsed standard are to be applied,” decreed Tori, whose taxpayer-funded salary was approximately $400K per year.

    Sounds inflexible and rigid, wouldn’t you say? Now compare that with an interview Tori gave to The CEO Magazine in 2019. “My overriding philosophy is that one size fits only one,” he said. “The one-size-fits-all is not applicable in local government. You must treat every individual as an individual; you can never assume they’ll be like everyone else.”

    To put it politely, many of us are familiar with the overriding philosophy behind such claims; you could say we have a nose for it. And talk about rich. “Kelvin’s favourite piece of advice is to be yourself, don’t try to be someone that you’re not,” read the magazine profile. “‘That really stuck with me,’ he says. ‘I don’t try to be things I know I’m not’.” As in an apolitical local government CEO, perhaps?

    Presuming racism

    The simplistic and binary mentality of wokeism is nothing new. To the zealot, one is either for or against the cause; there is nothing in between. What is new, at least in modern Western society, is the increasing susceptibility of institutions to this intellectually bereft notion.

    One example of this was the reaction by ABC sports journalist Tony Armstrong to the de Kock story. “For him to not do that, all that I think ‚ is how racist do you have to be, to not just take a knee and do that in conjunction with your teammates to show support, to even pretend to show support,” he said.

    How narrow-minded do you have to be to presume racism, one could retort. Appearing on ABC News Breakfast on Friday following de Kock’s apology, Armstrong tempered his comments but tried to justify his original remarks. “What you saw in me was the direct impact of what racism can do,” he said. No, what we saw was an example of a journalist going off half-cocked. As for his statement that de Kock could at least have pretended to show support by kneeling, I can only say he has inadvertently happened upon the true value of this exercise.

    Malleable simpletons

    On second thoughts, why don’t we just apply the principles of express refutation to all facets of life? If you are a male who declines to participate on White Ribbon Day, you must be a wife-basher. You failed to turn off all the lights in your house for Earth Hour? Clearly your aim is to destroy the environment. If you decline to begin an address by acknowledging the local Indigenous clan and their incredibly gifted elders whose wisdom we can learn from, you must be a racist. You declined to dress accordingly on Wear it Purple Day? That is all the proof we need that you are a homophobe. It is nonsensical.

    When asked to take part in these activities, I respectfully decline. That does not necessarily mean refusing to give an explanation as to my reasons, for I welcome discussion and even robust debate. But if the person making the request is not interested in my reasons and automatically assumes ill-intent on my part, then I will apply my own default logic. I will assume he or she is an authoritarian git or a malleable simpleton. Actually, I will assume both.


    The Mocker amuses himself by calling out poseurs, sneering social commentators, and po-faced officials. He is deeply suspicious of those who seek increased regulation of speech and behaviour.

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  19. candy says:

    New pic of Cleo, god bless her

    Exactly, that’s the main thing, she is alive, safe and well.

    Some questions arise, though. How the child abductor knew the family were going camping, where and which tent. And kept her hidden but clean and well nourished and so on. Clean shiny hair and clean clothes.

    It is odd but the main thing is the little one is found and safe.

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  20. mh says:

    ‘Marjorie Taylor Greene

    Last night was a lesson for Democrats.

    Parents in Virginia and across America stood up to say:

    Don’t put boys in our girls’ bathrooms.

    Don’t put our kids in masks.

    Don’t force our kids to get vaccinated.

    Don’t teach our kids to be racist.

    Don’t mess with our kids!’
    No, no, no.
    It was simply a slap in the face for Trump.
    Just ask Adam Creighton.
    He knows.

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  21. Muddy says:

    Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Hi Muddy,
    not saying that you’ll think it’d be “up there,” but what did you want?

    Hi BBS.
    I’m looking for someone who can transform my visual scribbles into a more presentable product.

    I don’t want to give away the content, but the comic, which has a name, is based on an important issue we’re all familiar with.

    There will be three separate regular scenes, and 2-3 regular characters in each scene. I know what I’d like in the backgrounds, and I roughly know what ‘look’ 2 of the 6 regular characters will have (the remaining 4 regular characters will vary only slightly in appearance).

    Both backgrounds and characters will be quite simple to draw. Think Dilbert simplicity.

    To begin with, I don’t envision much in the way of shading/colouring/textures etc.

    If the test strips gain a positive review (I would hope to publish them on one of the Cats), some finishing details might be considered, but I think it would be minimal.

    Generally speaking, the drawing aspect will be presenting different views and angles of the same scenes and characters.

    I have the dialogue for about one dozen (I think) strips at this point. Each strip will be 3-6 frames in length.

    I cannot pay anyone to help with the drawing, and I won’t be seeking payment for publishing it either.

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  22. mh says:

    Political commenter Tim Pool had a “most excruciatingly painful experience” with Covid-19, he said. After an online absence, he also said he’s recovering with a regimen of prescription drugs and, reluctantly, is taking ivermectin.
    Pool, who is usually relentless in dishing out new videos daily, went dark last week, sparking speculation about him possibly being ill. On Wednesday, he confirmed that his production company had an outbreak of Covid-19, with him getting the worst case among those affected. The 35-year-old is unvaccinated and insists that his age and health condition makes the risk-benefit balance tilt against getting the jab.

    In a video explanation, Pool said fellow unvaccinated podcaster Joe Rogan, who had his own bout with Covid-19 earlier this year, had convinced him to take his fast-developing symptoms seriously. He turned to a private clinic, which prescribed him “what one would refer to as ‘the kitchen sink'” of therapeutics.

    The specific remedy that Pool believes saved him from hospitalization is monoclonal antibodies. His health improved rapidly after he took the drug, but his doctor insisted that he go through the entire “kitchen sink” treatment prescribed, including ivermectin…

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  23. JohnJJJ says:

    mh says:
    November 4, 2021 at 9:50 pm
    It was simply a slap in the face for Trump.
    Just ask Adam Creighton.
    Interesting how these reporters need the word ‘Trump’ to get people to read their articles. ‘Trump’ really is a epiphenomenon.

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  24. mh says:

    Tim Pool
    ‘He praised Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for offering the expensive monoclonal antibodies treatment to working-class people in his state’
    Can this treatment be received in Australia?

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  25. Steve trickler says:

    This music is not everyone’s cup of tea.😉

    Ambient soundscape from State Azure. 11:52

    Strand – Ambient Performance (Octatrack mkII)

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  26. Steve trickler says:

    This lady is worth your time.

    Freedom Media WA

    Dr. Judy Wilyman discusses the dire situation in Australia as the government increases dictatorial laws and un-ethical medical mandates on the population. Doctors are repressed from speaking out about adverse reactions and the pharmaceutical contracts are hidden from public scrutiny. Medical apartheid is unfolding across Australia.

    Dr Judy Wilyman PHD discusses medical ethics and medical apartheid in Australia.

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  27. Steve trickler says:


    Dr Judy Wilyman is very sharp and not bullshitting anyone from what I can tell. All the players in the game are exposed. She is certainly not reading from notes…all the information just rolls of the tongue.

    Open up a new tab and just listen. No need to watch the clip.


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  28. mh says:

    It’s a daily occurrence now:

    24-Year-Old Hockey Player Dies After Suffering Cardiac Arrest During Game

    As the Bratislava-Capitals announced, Boris Sadecky died on Wednesday after his cardiac arrest last Friday in the game against Dornbirn. The league game between Vienna and KAC was then canceled.

    Last Friday, Bratislava striker Boris Sadecky collapsed in the middle of the ice during the match in Dornbirn. After days of intensive treatment, the club had to announce that Sadecky had died after suffering cardiac arrest. “With deep sadness in our hearts and with regret, we announce the death of our player Boris Sadecky. Our condolences to family and friends,” write the Capitals.

    Sadecky was only 24 years old.

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  29. caveman says:

    Scotty from marketing “I better start my promo tour”

    I luv this bit

    “It is understood that Mr Morrison will visit the Hunter Valley in NSW, a coal-dependent economy, where he will try to pitch new energy industry investments.” 😂🤣

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  30. caveman says:

    They need to put a broom through these CHO’s they have no fukn idea.

    This cant go on. Running a country on indecission. Or maybe it can 🤔🔥🔥

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  31. Eyrie says:

    The Dr Judy Wilyman video has been removed from Youtube.

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  32. Hi Muddy,
    Sounds ok to me. (If there are other takers, that’s fine – with so many skilled Catallaxians, fingers crossed one will be your perfect match).

    But, otherwise, I’m happy to give it a go, to be followed by your firm appraisal.

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  33. mh says:

    ‘Victoria’s daily coronavirus numbers are in.

    The state has recorded 1343 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 deaths. Today’s tally is up from yesterday’s 1247 cases.’

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  34. Bons says:

    Yep Cohenite, Daisy is the full octave alright.
    And I love the retro name.
    She comes across as a Daisy until she rips chunks out of idiots using the most Daisy like dulcet tones.
    Hopefully someone with a well deserved future. Anchor a post restructure, desmuged ABC perhaps?

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  35. mh says:

    Christine Anderson
    Wow, goose bumps! You have probably heard my speech a thousand times by now, but check out this beautiful video edited by Darrin McBreen

    Thank you so much for this, Darrin!


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  36. egg_ says:

    Scott Morrison will embark on a week-long tour through Victoria and NSW to reconnect with voters personally after months of Covid-19 lockdowns and focus political attention on the strength of the post-pandemic recovery.

    In a move to steer the government’s political agenda back to a domestic footing and put the fallout over the French subs snub behind him, the Prime Minister will spend the week visiting communities across both states in what Liberal Party sources consider to be a pre-election campaign salvo.

    Preparations for the campaign blitz emerged as NSW and Victoria opened their borders to each other from 11.59pm on Thursday.

    Gen J.J. Frewen’s done his job with the enforced Frankenvax rollout?

    Scummo thinks he’s on a winner?

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  37. egg_ says:

    Government sources said Mr Morrison wanted to refocus the debate back onto the reopening of the economy and international borders as the country hits the 80 per cent full vaccination mark this week.

    But, but… he was reopening borders 12 months ago under pressure from the airlines and Rona was “just a bad flu”.

    /Puppet Scummo

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  38. egg_ says:

    “No, screw your freedom!” exclaims Arnie, as he drives off in his army tank.

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  39. struth says:

    ScoMo out in the country?
    You won’t know where he is until after he’s been there.
    A few well chosen photos, video grabs and outa there.

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  40. Steve trickler says:

    Eyrie says:
    November 5, 2021 at 7:35 am
    The Dr Judy Wilyman video has been removed from Youtube.

    Susan needs a proverbial boot to the head!

    The closest to what she had to say from the Perth event is here. . She is involved with a class-action that has just been launched and she did a wonderful job in sticking the boot into ScoMo.

    Freedom Media WA need to get original clip I posted above onto other platforms. They should have seen that coming.



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  41. mh says:

    “No, screw your freedom!” exclaims Arnie, as he drives off in his army tank.
    The apple doesn’t fall far from the Nazi Brownshirt.

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  42. Muddy says:

    Scott Morrison will embark on a week-long tour through Victoria and NSW to reconnect with voters personally

    Will he be waving from the cupola of a Vikpol armoured vehicle?

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  43. Steve trickler says:

    How long before Susan bans this clip? 13:35

    Freedom Media WA.

    Freedom Rally in Perth, Western Australia on 18 September 2021 where Dr. Judy Wilyman speaks about medical ethics and mandates.


    ScoMo, really is $tinking $melly pond scum.

    $=BigPharma cash influence.

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  44. Muddy says:

    Bar Beach Swimmer says:
    November 5, 2021 at 9:18 am

    Thanks, BBS.
    I’ve sent an email to Adam and asked him to forward some notes to you. I gather that life is providing him with more distractions than he’d like, so it may be a while before he gets the opportunity.

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  45. Muddy says:

    From cohenite’s lame pics link earlier:

    William “Curly” Neal (1849-1936) helped turn a frontier western mining camp in the Santa Catalina Mountains of Arizona into a booming town that attracted businessmen and financiers, elite vacationers, and royals from around the world. His various business ventures as a teamster, passenger and freight hauler, rancher, hotelier, and entrepreneur point toward the pioneering spirit that helped him settle Oracle, Arizona Territory and become one of the areas wealthiest citizens.

    Neal was born in 1849 in Tahlequah in the Cherokee Nation. His father was of African American descent and his mother, a Native American, had walked the Trail of Tears. Not much is known about his childhood other than he ran away from home at age seven following the death of his parents. For a time Curly—so-called because of his long black curls—lived in and around railway stations doing odd jobs to support himself. At age nineteen he had the good fortune of meeting Colonel W. F. Cody and found steady employment as a military scout during the Indian Wars in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Arizona. He survived numerous skirmishes, so proven by multiple arrow and bullet wounds. Wild Buffalo Bill Cody, three years his senior, remained a lifelong friend.

    Curly Neal came to the Tucson area in 1878. He left the army to become a cook. He also started a business digging cellars, opened a livery in Tucson, and ran a stage coach line to the northern Arizona Territory mining towns around Mammoth. In 1885 he won a contract with the U.S. Postal Service hauling mail and did so for forty-two years out of Tucson to the northern Catalina towns of Oracle, American Flag, Southern Belle, Willow Springs, and Mammoth. Neal also secured contracts to haul ore, fuel wood, and water from the mines to the mills.

    William Neal, one of the friends of Wiley and Hannah Box of Tucson, soon became romantically involved with their daughter, Anna Magdalena Box. Annie was of African and Native American descent and twenty-one years younger than Curly. They married on January 4, 1892 and lived in Oracle, Arizona, forty miles northeast of Tucson in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, on their 3 N Ranch. Neal delivered gold bullion from mines in the Mammoth area into Tucson without armed escorts. His wife Annie often “rode shotgun” with him and was an excellent sharpshooter.

    In 1895 Curly financed the building of the luxurious Mountain View Hotel in Oracle on their 160-acre ranch, which boasted a cool summer climate, pure country air, and spectacular mountain views. It became an internationally renowned resort/ health sanitarium for suffers from tuberculosis. Health and pleasure seekers came from around the world to enjoy the “epitome of western opulence.” The grand year-round hotel/ health resort doubled as a dude ranch and was in operation for 59 years.

    William Curly Neal died in 1936 at age 87 in a freak car accident at his home at the Mountain View Hotel. He was fondly remembered by the Catalina Mountain residents as an honest and unpretentious “quintessential frontier figure.”

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  46. Steve trickler says:

    Look at Geoff Parry from Ch7. He’s already had a heart attack and yet he is still a fat smirking f*ckwit. He’s learnt nothing. If he has another one, so be it. My first thoughts will be, suck shit. He’s a pox who’s suffered no financial impact from the scam….cos he’s deemed essential service.


    Freedom Media WA.

    In Perth, Western Australia, 27th October 2021, a brave woman calls out smirking Channel 7 Reporter Geof Parry, during a protest held at WA’s Parliament House.

    The same day WA Politicians met to vote on the The COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) and Other Acts Amendments Bill 2020, described by Health Australia Party as “one of the most horrific attacks on democratic freedoms introduced by a Western Government” to extent the State of Emergency expiring January 2022 out to July 2022.

    The Bill gives the Department of Health & Human Services power to appoint “Authorised Officers” who can exercise these emergency powers to arrest and indefinitely detain anyone they deem to be a high risk or anyone they “reasonably” believe is “likely” to refuse to follow a directive.

    Listen as a Mother calls out Geof Parry on the matter of the USA banning Moderna injections for kids YET Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration – TGA allows this dangerous drug to be used on Aussie kids.

    Experienced Health Care Workers, many who have already lost their jobs hold signs and make powerful statements to Geoff Parry, “Where there is RISK, there MUST be choice.”

    What has happened to democracy in Australia??

    Brave Women Call Out Smirking Channel 7 Reporter on Dangerous injections for Aussie Kids

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  47. Muddy says:

    Via cohenite’s link above to Lame pics:

    I recently heard about this young adult novel in which Schrodinger’s cat and Pavlov’s dog team up for a cross country adventure …

    I headed on down to the library to see if they had a copy for my 10 year old daughter.

    The librarian said that my description rang a bell but she wasn’t sure if it was there or not.

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  48. Steve trickler says:

    Look out Cloe Smith.

    Mark McGowan will want to have her jabbed eventually.

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  49. Shy Ted says:

    Presidential red carpet.
    Put your drink down first. Prolly on the way to meet the Pope.

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  50. mh says:

    ‘Fresh Prince’ Actress Janet Hubert Wonders: Did ‘Trumpers’ Give Alec Baldwin the Loaded Gun Because of SNL?
    I hope so.

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  51. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    November 5, 2021 at 12:16 am

    This lady is worth your time.

    Freedom Media WA

    YouTube has pulled that video Steve.

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  52. Shy Ted says:

    Michael Obama wannabe?
    But even funnier
    Nigel Nomates
    He has simply appalling judgement.

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  53. Steve trickler says:

    Give credit where credit is due. FJ’s have been sticking the boot into the NSW police for reasons justified in this clip.



    Should we abolish the Fixated Persons Unit?

    Terror Police Finally Exposed

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  54. Steve trickler says:

    Old bloke says:
    November 5, 2021 at 12:47 pm


    Scroll up to 10:48am.

    That link is pretty close to everything she had to say. She’s gives Andrew Bolt a good serve in that one. Good to see.

    Bolt, is now just another MSM press whore. Total sell out. A piece of excrement floating on the top of a septic tank.

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  55. FlyingPigs says:

    egg_ says:
    November 5, 2021 at 10:00 am

    “No, screw your freedom!” exclaims Arnie, as he drives off in his army tank.

    Austria is not sending its finest!

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  56. egg_ says:

    ALP 2PP 54% in the major polls for the last few months, Scummo?

    Albo gets the Stephen Bradbury Prime Ministership by default?

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  57. kaysee kaysee says:

    Cop26 Delegates Served Meat and Dairy Despite U.N. Calling for Reduced Intake

    The menu for the United Nation’s (U.N.) annual climate change conference, Cop26, included close to 60 percent meat or dairy-based meals despite advocating for a switch to plant-based diets to save the climate.

    One of the ways the U.N. recommends limiting global warming to below two degrees is moving from eating red meat and dairy products in exchange for a plant-based diet. According to the Big Issue, “emissions from global livestock production for meat and dairy account for 14.5 per cent of all human-driven emissions.”

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  58. Bons says:

    Wow. I’ve never seen Friendlyjordies before. Watch out for this kid when he grows up.
    He deserves a knighthood for upsetting Paul Barry. Jealousy much?

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  59. egg_ says:

    Cop26 Delegates Served Meat and Dairy Despite U.N. Calling for Reduced Intake

    A Royal serving of coq au vin and foie gras for all delegates?

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  60. mh says:

    ‘WA’s borders to stay shut until February

    Mark McGowan reveals WA road map out of lockdown, and it’s not good news for interstate families who were hoping for Christmas reunions.’

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  61. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    November 5, 2021 at 1:10 pm

    Scroll up to 10:48am.

    That link is pretty close to everything she had to say. She’s gives Andrew Bolt a good serve in that one. Good to see.

    Thanks Steve. I have seen her in some of the Freedom Media videos but never understood what she had to say as FM use the world’s worst sound recording gear, and a lot of dialogue is drowned in background music.

    She’s a very sensible lady.

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  62. mh says:

    Livestream now!

    United Australia Party Leader Craig Kelly and Aussie Cossack LIVE 🇦🇺

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  63. mh says:

    Hey Cossack, when you invite MP Craig Kelly on your show, at least STFU for a couple of minutes.

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  64. kaysee kaysee says:

    United Australia Party Leader Craig Kelly and Aussie Cossack LIVE

    Isn’t Cossack running as UAP candidate in Reed?

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  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    Airline Pilots and the vaccines

    “In one morning I had to ground 3 out of 3 pilots due to 💉injuries”

    Reduce carbon, two birds, one stone.

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  66. kaysee kaysee says:

    Another Pilot

    Commercial Airline Pilot Develops Brain Swelling and Can No Longer Fly Following Pfizer Vaccine

    “I’ve had 6 spinal taps over 8 months to monitor my intracranial pressure. I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to fly an airplane again.”

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  67. kaysee kaysee says:

    Texas father

    Texas Father Who Lost 16-Year-Old Son to the Pfizer Vaccine

    “My government lied to me”

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  68. kaysee kaysee says:

    Orthopedic surgeon

    Dr. Joel Wallskog, an orthopedic surgeon from WI, was diagnosed with transverse myelitis following Moderna vaccination

    “My career of 19 years, that I took almost 14 years to train for, is likely over”

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  69. kaysee kaysee says:

    Canadian Indigenous health guru ousted from government roles after she’s revealed to be white

    Public health expert Carrie Bourassa has been suspended by two public institutions in Canada after an investigation showed gaps in her claim that she has Indigenous roots.

    Dr Bourassa has been suspended as the scientific director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health

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  70. kaysee kaysee says:

    ‘Falsified Data’: Pfizer Vaccine Trial Had Major Flaws, Whistleblower Tells Peer-Reviewed Journal

    A whistleblower involved in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III Covid-19 vaccine trial has leaked evidence to a notable peer-reviewed medical publication that poor practices at the contract research company she worked for raise questions about data integrity and regulatory oversight.

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  71. kaysee kaysee says:


    In addition to declaring their pronouns, bugmen are now greeting each other by stating their ethnicity and hairstyle




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  72. mh says:

    OCTOBER 27, 2021
    Argentine footballer dies from blood clots after 2nd dose of COVID vaccine

    ‘Ronald Biglione, a soccer player with Deportivo Club Independencia in Argentina’s General Levalle league, has died a week after being diagnosed with blood clots.

    Media outlets initially reported that he was suffering from a “rare disease” at the time of his death.

    Later it was revealed that the cause of his death was actually ITP (thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura) resulting from his second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.’

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    ‘Thousands of people who attended the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday may have been exposed to Covid-19 after two people who were at the race tested positive.

    The Victoria Racing Club (VRC) announced the cases on Friday.

    One was a contractor who worked at the racecourse on Derby Day and Melbourne Cup Day.

    The other was a patron who attended Cup Day.

    Both people were fully vaccinated and the two cases are not linked.’
    Fully vaccinated people attend fully vaccinated only event, test positive and expose fully vaccinated people to Covid.


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  74. egg_ says:

    AUSTRALIA! WHAT THE HECK?! Seriously Asking

    Theoria Apophasis

    Incredulous of our lack of attention to the hippocratic oath, what Grigs?

    From the US Southern States

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  75. egg_ says:

    Hey Cossack, when you invite MP Craig Kelly on your show, at least STFU for a couple of minutes.

    An attack of the Boltas?

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  76. Steve trickler says:

    Very clever on the editing front.👌

    The Was is a collaborative meeting between Australian sample artists The Avalanches and Soda_Jerk. It was released July 1 , 2016.

    The Was is a sample-based video for now, about the time before now. Part experimental film, part music video and part concept album.

    The Was (2016) – The Avalanches + Soda_Jerk

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