first on the all-time AFL/VFL list of most games coached without a premiership.
Anyone who has ever coached has wanted to unload like this
Can I like more than once?
Fuck you! you big spastic!
See how far you can make it through this, I got as far as the kid with meningitis six minutes in
Not on vaccines but I liked the comment about fluoride and how if the government really wanted to control people's minds they'd remove the fluoride so people would have more fillings so they could beam signals directly to people's heads.
Can you imagine what would happen if it was revealed that it wasn't an accident...how many weeks have the yellow vests been protesting now?..It's a scary thought.
So apparently there is some rugby tournament thingy in Japan later this year.
Some conspiracy theorists reckon it's the 9th such tournament, but by my recollection there has been only three previously (worth remembering anyway).
If there had have been eight previously I'm sure there would have been a moment we remembered from each which would have defined each of those tournaments.
Share with us what YOU think were the defining memories of each of the previous RWCs, including the mythical events between 1991 & 2003.
Not necessarily the deciding moment (although it might be), but the most memorable .
Mine as follows:
1987: John Kirwan's solo try in the opening game
1991: David Campese turning Timu inside-out and passing to Horan
1995: "Lomu ... oh oh!"
1999: Dominici's try
2003: Mortlock intercept
2007: Michalak's forward pass
2011: Dimitri Szarzewski conceding the penalty
2015: Sam "You Fucking Legend" Whitelock's lineout steal
Fuck this guy:
"The name-change pressure emerged because of the centuries-old sensitivity over the history of the Crusades, which were bloody medieval conflicts between Muslims and Christians.
"So these are really striking figures and what they tell us is that a very small proportion of New Zealanders understand the deep history of conflict between Muslims and Christians that the word Crusade means," historian Peter Lineham told TVNZ."
I don't think this result means Kiwis are uneducated; simply that many don't see the need to extend historical events to a rugby team. Treating the overwhelming majority as - I think they are trying to say - redneck racists (especially Cantabs & National voters) doesn't help at all.
We're all a basket of deplorables.
Maybe there's a sizeable majority of NZers who understand that a word does not define a community attitude.