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@Speed2burn said in Signing Suggestions & Rumours:

@TigerWest said in Signing Suggestions & Rumours:

Some of the boys looking fit and happy.

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Who’s the dude on Nofas left? Madden??

They’re certainly looking trim and …ahem…trimmed!

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@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Tiger-Tragic said in David Nofoaluma:

@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Tiger-Tragic said in David Nofoaluma:

@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Tiger-Tragic said in David Nofoaluma:

@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Earl said in David Nofoaluma:

@Leck said in David Nofoaluma:

Maybe if we did that on both accounts, players like Teddy, JAC and Pap would still be here.

We could have kept JAC and Pap but we didn’t make the right decisions. We offered Tedesco a fortune. We easily offered him as much as the Rorters did. He just wanted out because he is a piece of work.

He took his mum to the Dally M award night! He’s a good guy focussed on his career. WT need to learn a lesson from those events and become the club where players can have an optimistic view of achieving their personal ambitions. It’s not rocket science, and if we had good people ourselves who cared more about the future of the club, than they did about their own self importance, then we would be that club today, already.

Can you name the people at WT who are not “good” and who “care more about their own self importance”?

No I can’t and I wouldn’t.

Well, I don’t understand the point you were trying to make.

It is obvious to anyone who has had some involvement in OD that the teamwork that we are so desperate to see on the park, didn’t exist back of house. If you think it has been a shining example then perhaps you could tell us why we don’t enjoy the same high level of success with the football team? I really would like to know?

Hmmmm …you make some pretty wide intuitive leaps there my friend. I don’t have any “informed” impression of the quality of OD (whatever that is …) but, given your hostile response to my suggestion that you name names, I don’t think you do either!!

You could have shown insight. Instead, you chose incite. Sad, really.

I can’t help the way you view things. I’m not in the least hostile to your insults, they mean nothing to me.
Seems you would feel better if I hung someone. Well, as I told you I have nobody to hang and if I did? I would not because it would be counter productive. Have a good day. And don’t go trying to upset anyone on here.

Man, you’re just clickbait. Nothing more.

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@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Tiger-Tragic said in David Nofoaluma:

@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Tiger-Tragic said in David Nofoaluma:

@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Earl said in David Nofoaluma:

@Leck said in David Nofoaluma:

Maybe if we did that on both accounts, players like Teddy, JAC and Pap would still be here.

We could have kept JAC and Pap but we didn’t make the right decisions. We offered Tedesco a fortune. We easily offered him as much as the Rorters did. He just wanted out because he is a piece of work.

He took his mum to the Dally M award night! He’s a good guy focussed on his career. WT need to learn a lesson from those events and become the club where players can have an optimistic view of achieving their personal ambitions. It’s not rocket science, and if we had good people ourselves who cared more about the future of the club, than they did about their own self importance, then we would be that club today, already.

Can you name the people at WT who are not “good” and who “care more about their own self importance”?

No I can’t and I wouldn’t.

Well, I don’t understand the point you were trying to make.

It is obvious to anyone who has had some involvement in OD that the teamwork that we are so desperate to see on the park, didn’t exist back of house. If you think it has been a shining example then perhaps you could tell us why we don’t enjoy the same high level of success with the football team? I really would like to know?

Hmmmm …you make some pretty wide intuitive leaps there my friend. I don’t have any “informed” impression of the quality of OD (whatever that is …) but, given your hostile response to my suggestion that you name names, I don’t think you do either!!

You could have shown insight. Instead, you chose incite. Sad, really.

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@Tiger_Steve said in Cricket Season Thread:

I think one aspect is being overlooked - no footy on the SCG for months and they couldn’t deliver a pitch that could get a result (again!!)

I think we’ve become accustomed to results in Test cricket over the last decade or so. But a gritty draw after 5 days can be just as enteraining as a 2 or 3 day result, in my opinion.

I’m more disppointed that Tim Paine resorted-to-type as an Australian Cricket captain with his sledging of players and abuse of the umpire. That makes me lose interest in cricket more than the 5-day draw.

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@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Tiger-Tragic said in David Nofoaluma:

@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Earl said in David Nofoaluma:

@Leck said in David Nofoaluma:

Maybe if we did that on both accounts, players like Teddy, JAC and Pap would still be here.

We could have kept JAC and Pap but we didn’t make the right decisions. We offered Tedesco a fortune. We easily offered him as much as the Rorters did. He just wanted out because he is a piece of work.

He took his mum to the Dally M award night! He’s a good guy focussed on his career. WT need to learn a lesson from those events and become the club where players can have an optimistic view of achieving their personal ambitions. It’s not rocket science, and if we had good people ourselves who cared more about the future of the club, than they did about their own self importance, then we would be that club today, already.

Can you name the people at WT who are not “good” and who “care more about their own self importance”?

No I can’t and I wouldn’t.

Well, I don’t understand the point you were trying to make.

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@twentyforty said in David Nofoaluma:

@Earl said in David Nofoaluma:

@Leck said in David Nofoaluma:

Maybe if we did that on both accounts, players like Teddy, JAC and Pap would still be here.

We could have kept JAC and Pap but we didn’t make the right decisions. We offered Tedesco a fortune. We easily offered him as much as the Rorters did. He just wanted out because he is a piece of work.

He took his mum to the Dally M award night! He’s a good guy focussed on his career. WT need to learn a lesson from those events and become the club where players can have an optimistic view of achieving their personal ambitions. It’s not rocket science, and if we had good people ourselves who cared more about the future of the club, than they did about their own self importance, then we would be that club today, already.

Can you name the people at WT who are not “good” and who “care more about their own self importance”?

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

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

@Furious1 said in Politics Super Thread - keep it all in here:

One side has never been able to accept the other side winning 4 years ago. Now that side won’t accept the current victors. It’s a diabolical place being swallowed up by it’s own internal fighting. Nothing “United” about the U.S. and to be fair it’s hard to ever see it being united.

Anyway that will be my limited contribution to this topic.

And, you know what?? That sums up this forum. Individuals using different topics to “swallow up” those opinions that we find disgusting and the people who hold them.

And, I have come to realise, that includes ME.

I will still have derision and pity for the RWFW that post their putrid world view on here, but why am I being so stupid as to respond to their rubbish? There are more productive and important things I can do. And, I will do it.

So, in the 2021 world of challenged and restricted freedoms that we have to endure due to Covid, let’s reinforce the one thing we have in common; our love for the mighty Wests Tigers.

But, I will leave the comments and posts on here to others.

Thanks to the moderators who keep it functioning. Sorry if I gave you a headache from time to time.

Mate I’ve finished the 7 day trial of 2021 and I won’t be proceeding with my subscription.

ahahaha, fair enough. I’ve just come to realise there are more productive ways to bring about change than this microcosm of WT forum. Good luck!!

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@Furious1 said in Politics Super Thread - keep it all in here:

One side has never been able to accept the other side winning 4 years ago. Now that side won’t accept the current victors. It’s a diabolical place being swallowed up by it’s own internal fighting. Nothing “United” about the U.S. and to be fair it’s hard to ever see it being united.

Anyway that will be my limited contribution to this topic.

And, you know what?? That sums up this forum. Individuals using different topics to “swallow up” those opinions that we find disgusting and the people who hold them.

And, I have come to realise, that includes ME.

I will still have derision and pity for the RWFW that post their putrid world view on here, but why am I being so stupid as to respond to their rubbish? There are more productive and important things I can do. And, I will do it.

So, in the 2021 world of challenged and restricted freedoms that we have to endure due to Covid, let’s reinforce the one thing we have in common; our love for the mighty Wests Tigers.

But, I will leave the comments and posts on here to others.

Thanks to the moderators who keep it functioning. Sorry if I gave you a headache from time to time.

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

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

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

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

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

Unpopular opinion:
I do not agree with the the Capitol protestors message (of course the election was not ‘stolen’. Biden won, get over it).
But I completely agree with their right to carry out the protest.
To call it ‘terrorism’, ‘insurrection’, ‘an attempted coup’, or ‘treason’ is laughable and hysterical.

It was a brief occupation of a symbolic space, which is a time-honoured protest tactic. The Australian parliament has been occupied by protestors numerous times.

The reaction to the protest is far more threatening to democracy and freedom than the protest itself. Because we’re now going to see increased crackdowns on legitimate protest, increased political surveillance, increased suppression and distrust of unpopular political opinions…

People cheering these developments on because they’re targeted at Trump supporters, might be shocked in the future when a Dick Cheney-type uses such hysteria about ‘terrorism and treason’ against them.

5 people died in that protest,from memory i dont believe anyone has ever died in a protest here at Parliament house.loaded weapons where also confiscated in Washington and 2 PIPE BOMBS placed.That to me is far more than just a “protest”

Dozens of people died throughout 2020 BLM protests. Whole city blocks were burned down. Businesses destroyed. Police stations were invaded and burnt down. Trump supporters were shot, stabbed, and beaten. This doesn’t mean BLM protests are ‘terrorism’, it means there were violent lunatics at the fringe.

99% of the Capitol crowd were carrying flags, not weapons. If those 99% are charged with terrorism and sedition, we may as well just give up on the right to protest completely.

There’s only one person who should be charged and that’s Donald Trump. And, won’t it be a great day when it happens ??!!

Did Trump place the pipe bomb,was Trump carrying a weapon…?..you can hate the bloke as much as you like,Im no fan,but the individuals who were seeking violence or harm should be the ones held responsible,if they are dumb enough to storm a govt building carrying weapons,then they should be made an example of…let justice prevail along the correct pathway…

Umm…see my previous comment about the rabble of the brainwashed and ignorant. While i wasn’t necessarily referring to anyone on here … if the cap fits …

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

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

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

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

Trump issues a Clayton’s concession tweet but can’t even tweet it himself
Weak as pea

You do realise that Twitter and Facebook have locked his accounts?

So much for free speech … everyone should be very concerned how giant social media is dictating the social content of countries … dismiss what’s going down now WE all will be silenced in the not to distant future ! Be very concerned this is what China does

They were 100% right to block his accounts, he’s done nothing but brainwash and incite the ignorant which has resulted in loss of life and made America look like a third world country experiencing a coup.

So true, @willow. Very well said. And, I think we can safely say that those who defend him are among the rabble of the brainwashed and ignorant.

Better days ahead for the USA and for the world once this lunatic, sociopath gets his just desserts.