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I’m finding it difficult to comprehend that mods jump on top of a couple of blokes having a slanging match but this vitriol is acceptable. I find the current posts by BBF some of the worst I have ever read. They are offensive in the least. His last comment is suggesting physical intimidation as a means to having your way with women. More disrespectful posts I’ve never read. Sorry but it needed to be said.

Gee you guys get simple things wrong. I get attacked by the beautiful wives whom I love then whilst restraining them I also try to seduce them in a non violent manner and sometimes it works. That is how you smell the roses.

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So you’re one of the 20% that shoots at the homeless and beats their wife sober?

Listen mate, there is nothing like when restraining the missus also attempting to seduce them - they cannot believe it and sometimes will “melt” and we both yell out laughing and gang ho. My previous women say that after me every other guy is boring. That is where you get it.

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You really don’t get it do you? Or more likely, you just don’t want to get it.

If we were serious about changing behaviour no matter what, dangerous driving or assault, then you have to ban grog. I read years ago that about 80% of crime is committed when a person is effected by liquor. Come 2019 I have not had grog for forty years. I am doing my part. I have mates who can’t handle their liquor but they still get served and have further trouble so who really cares? They have their pint of courage as we used to call it in the old days.

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But should the one strike and you are out work both ways? I realise there may be zero deaths of males by females but the same intent of injury could still be there. I make it a habit of marrying feisty women (or I drive that that way) and they assault me and it doesn’t worry me at all - love is love both ways. Gee they would consider me a pansy if I was to report it. If I was to retaliate I would probably be reported . I have been chased with knives a few times and I get revenge by bringing it up in speeches at anniversary times - then I get assaulted again.

You’ve openly admitted to belting your missus, no wonder you’re making excuses for these scumbags.

I gave you homework to suss out maducka and zhurin but you went missing in action. That’s twice in one thread.

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Byron has admitted many times on the forum he belted the missus…

But it was only the same as when Farah belted Watts - sometimes we cheer them on. Now I have never seen Luke belt anyone - you either go missing in action or you don’t!

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A habit of marrying?

Not surprised

There was a big family gathering a few years back and they posed in the one pic smiling - was like a beauty parade and not an evil word mentioned about me. And that is going back almost fifty years. Some of my mates are jealous who stuck it out in bored or broken down relationships.

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That is the number of women in Australia who have been killed by men in domestic violence situations this year. In just this year.

19 children too.

I understand a woman retracting her statement, there are many who rightfully so fear for their lives and figure pressing charges is signing their own death warrant. I don’t know Mrs W, or Dylan W, so I don’t know the extent of the issue in their lives, But I strongly believe in the one strike and you’re out rule. Imagine if that was your daughter, or sister, or mother.

I don’t mean to be getting preachy, but it’s a sensitive topic.

But should the one strike and you are out work both ways? I realise there may be zero deaths of males by females but the same intent of injury could still be there. I make it a habit of marrying feisty women (or I drive that that way) and they assault me and it doesn’t worry me at all - love is love both ways. Gee they would consider me a pansy if I was to report it. If I was to retaliate I would probably be reported . I have been chased with knives a few times and I get revenge by bringing it up in speeches at anniversary times - then I get assaulted again.

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The future Mrs Walker to retract statement to Police. Think carefully young lady not only about this decision but about your future. This is appalling.

It is these retractions that discourage police from processing complaints against domestic violence - then they get blamed for not processing when something else goes wrong again.

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Look at it through the context of Hayne’s life. No father, maybe bad self image due to being a half caste that was stigmatised in that era as his mum states, were there any good role models for him? We know that some of those housing commission estates are far out. His schoolmates said that he was not very bright. He needed positive vibes in his life but they were not there. Other people can have the same experience but hold up okay due someone being strong and positive for them. I hope he avoids the lock up somehow.

But I would kick Donald Trump when he is down.

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I look forward to reading Moses next contract being a 5 year deal worth nearly 3 million dollars.

It’s happened, he has signed with Victoria’s Secret - they are putting out a new line especially designed for him.

What, all twisted up?

As they no longer sell bras in Australia he is doing the topless range