From the BBC's live scoring:
Okay, my 2 cents. I haven't read most of the comments, because to my great surprise (well, not really), all these Ferners who have always expressed their dislike towards the Crusaders (remember the hatiest team thread?) suddenly come out of the woodworks to dish the Crusaders and individual players. The frustration about the Crusaders being unbeaten this Super Rugby season must be huge. And the frustration with some of their players not being selected in the AB squad. Really pathetic.
LOL. You have to take shit for one game this year and you get that worked up.
I see that she didn't kill anyone other than herself.
Whether it's mass shootings, running for president, or leading a coalition government, women just can't do anything right.
The woman said the more she thought about it the angrier she became.
"We want to convey the fact that we're not narking or gossiping."
"They are kings and treated like absolute royalty...We hold these people so high in regard.
"They get paid more money than any other athlete, they're household names, and they're on the Weetbix boxes for God's sake."
The woman's husband also made a recording on his phone from outside the cubicle after he realised what was taking place.```
What a fluffybunny.
In 1968, Salazar suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. Most sources maintain that it occurred when he fell from a chair in his summer house. In February 2009 though, there were anonymous witnesses who admitted, after some investigation into Salazar's best-kept secrets, that he had fallen in a bath instead of from a chair. Believing that the 79-year-old prime minister would die soon after the fall, President Américo Tomás dismissed Salazar and replaced him with Marcelo Caetano. Despite the injury, Salazar lived for a further two years. When he unexpectedly recovered lucidity, his intimates did not tell him he had been removed from power, instead allowing him to "rule" in privacy until his death in July 1970.