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Selections needed from @JD-Tiger @TCL @Cairnstigers @Mighty_Tiger and @OzLuke

Selection must be in before kick off in the North Queensland v Roosters game Thursday…

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@Telltails said in Wests Tigers Team v Souths Rd 9:

@Snake said in Wests Tigers Team v Souths Rd 9:

@GNR4LIFE said in Wests Tigers Team v Souths Rd 9:

@bbobb said in Wests Tigers Team v Souths Rd 9:

@Tiger-Tarl said in Wests Tigers Team v Souths Rd 9:

Word is Benji training in run on squad. Centre?

If Benji is to play, I’d prefer either JRey or Doueihi to play centre.

I’d bet grub has never played centre in his life. Even under 10’s (if they had positions at that age).

The club seems to be in disarray at present … where’s the depth … where’s the younger players that should of been readied to step up . Why are positions filled with out of position players ? It seems to me there is no succession plan in place for positional induction … it’s just put that 5/8 to Centre that over the hill second rower to Centre etc etc .

Like the Broncos?

And Manly…?

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@formerguest said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

@Geo said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

My daughters in-laws live in Corowa which is half an hr west of Albury on the NSW side of the Murray …they work in Victoria and as of last night no cops on the crossing…so their is a hole in da fence…

Post midnight?

Dunno but they went to Albury yesterday and had to get checked…took an hour to go 500m…then when they got home to Corowa from Rutherglen…nuthin…

P.S. Pauline posts moved to politics thread>>>>>>>

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@OzLuke said in Politics Super Thread - keep it all in here:

@Cultured_Bogan said in Politics Super Thread - keep it all in here:

@GNR4LIFE said in Politics Super Thread - keep it all in here:

@OzLuke said in Politics Super Thread - keep it all in here:

One for the Epstein watchers here…

Maxwell…6 days in prison without having an unfortunate accident…

The longer she stays, the more nervous a lot of influential people will be…

I’ve read she’s surrounded by security.

They only need get an inside man into that security. Or pay people to look the other way. There’s many ways it could be facilitated.

Lots of people with lots of money would be very interested in pitching in!!!

Not to mention the potential of foreign government involvement, which I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they were involved in the earlier “suicide”.

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@Strongee said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

@formerguest said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

@tigger said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

@pawsandclaws1 said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

Boarder closed with Victoria. I feel sorry for border communities .

General feeling down here in Vic is that the whole state will be back into lock down by the end of the week. Probably the right call anyway.
Interesting take on the social housing issue. Broken down lifts, shared laundry facilities, no balconies, cramped common area and narrow hallways - surely we can do better than that. I understand the point that the Chief Medical Officer was making, but it’s a bit rich refering to them as vertical cruise ships. Shines a spotlight on another welfare issue, not unlike the inadequate jobs seeker payment pre-covid19.
I remember the social housing in Pyrmont Bridge Road, but my recollections are that it was much better than what we have in inner Melbourne.

Through necessity, pretty extraordinary restrictions have been put in place and it shows just how easily the virus is transmitted in lower socio-economic communities, especially ones that apparently have to share facilities. It should be of no surprise, as there is plenty of evidence from all levels of developed countries showing the same thing.

The circumstances show a need to remove the infected to isolation facilities such as hotels or otherwise, as it seems obvious that further spread will occur otherwise.

Meanwhile, a political opportunist takes to attacking those locked down vulnerable people on national television. Disgusting!

Is it that she’s tone deaf or genuinely racist ? To me, maybe I’m wrong but she was basically saying the same things you were saying about lower socioeconomics, and more community based refugees who we have let down in making sure they understood what was required, in regards to social distancing . Which seems obvious to me . Also what else seems obvious is how many of those towers are from African descent , and participated in the protests.
Seems fairly obvious that we need to investigate these things , to try to pin down what has caused the spread , and look at ways to prevent the spread moving forward .
To me she just seems like she is unable to deliver a fairly obvious message without coming across as a bigot. If she has empathy ,and compassion , she really struggles to convey it .

These types are far from tone deaf, understanding the notes perfectly and playing their melodic tune to a very receptive, albeit shrinking audience.

Back on topic, I don’t wish death upon anyone, but hope that Bolsonara’s case becomes slightly worse than that of the UK’s Johnson, as his dose doesn’t seem to have been bad enough to make him much more rational in his decision making.

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@Geo said in Coronavirus Outbreak:

My daughters in-laws live in Corowa which is half an hr west of Albury on the NSW side of the Murray …they work in Victoria and as of last night no cops on the crossing…so their is a hole in da fence…

Post midnight?

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My daughters in-laws live in Corowa which is half an hr west of Albury on the NSW side of the Murray …they work in Victoria and as of last night no cops on the crossing…so their is a hole in da fence…

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Feel sorry for those in Melbourne that are going back into lockdown, but hey it has to be done and I think we have been quite lucky that it hasn’t come back with vengeance here north of their border as well, because there has been plenty of ignorant behaviour. It is tough for most of us and really tough for some, though for each of us that is irresponsible in these times, many are likely to be affected by rolling closures over an extended period.

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3 Eiso . . . like a sponge soaking up their energy
2 Lucy . . . thought his performance was great whilst there
1 Brooks . . played well behind a pack often getting forced backwards

Doueihi unlucky