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  • Has anyone seen what happened yesterday at the SCG during the Waratahs match this looks like a major issue with the turf

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/rugby/s...ac2642b848afcc

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    • Originally posted by ism22 View Post

      1. Incorrect.
      2. I thought you banned yourself from this thread? Oh right, not your alts. Fair enough...
      Hollus is right about Hillsborough, I have no idea how you came up with your story?
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      • Originally posted by Cockadoodledoo View Post

        Hollus is right about Hillsborough, I have no idea how you came up with your story?
        Where else could you come up with such trash.....Alan Jones

        ​​​​​​https://www.news.com.au/finance/work...a0c51b1562d005

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        • Originally posted by ism22 View Post

          1. Incorrect.
          2. I thought you banned yourself from this thread? Oh right, not your alts. Fair enough...
          It appears there are now only two persons who post on the Chookpen.

          Ism22 ....and the rest of "us"....do-doo , do-doo, do-doo...


          I]SBW at the beach .[/I]

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          • Any other city would jump at the chance for a new stadium , so why not Sydney?

            here might answer a few of those questions.
            The drama surrounding the redevelopment of Sydney's stadiums has less to do with the sporting events they are designed to host and everything to do with politics, writes Richard Hinds.
            Get out of the way, I'm next

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            • I am back.
              For one post and one post only...for clarification purposes.

              I am bondi.boy.

              bondi.boy only.

              bondi dot boy

              I have no other screen names here. [maybe one I registered some time ago but never used, I think, when there was drama with this site and my previous bondi-boy and bondi_boy didn't work and I couldn't remember the email addresses and passwords I used.

              I am not anyone else here, and no one else is me.
              I am not anyone else here, and no one else is me.
              I have no time or inclination to play games or deceive.

              Thank you for your time.

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              • Originally posted by bondi.boy View Post
                I am back.
                For one post and one post only...for clarification purposes.

                I am bondi.boy.

                bondi.boy only.

                bondi dot boy

                I have no other screen names here. [maybe one I registered some time ago but never used, I think, when there was drama with this site and my previous bondi-boy and bondi_boy didn't work and I couldn't remember the email addresses and passwords I used.

                I am not anyone else here, and no one else is me.
                I am not anyone else here, and no one else is me.
                I have no time or inclination to play games or deceive.

                Thank you for your time.
                As good as Dr Seuss.

                Welcome back - I'd kind of missed you. This thread wouldn't have been the same without you.

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                • It wouldn’t surprise me if bondiboy, ism and axe were all the same person.

                  A forum is great way to use all your personalities
                  Get out of the way, I'm next

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                  • Originally posted by The Skeez View Post
                    It wouldn’t surprise me if bondiboy, ism and axe were all the same person.

                    A forum is great way to use all your personalities
                    Has anyone seen them in the same room together? Come on, Axe - be honest.

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                    • One for you Wilston.Boy...

                      https://www.smh.com.au/politics/nsw/...08-p512w7.html
                      Labor leads Coalition in poll two weeks before NSW election

                      Premier Gladys Berejiklian's hold on power is under serious threat as new polling shows the Coalition is trailing Labor 49 to 51 on a two-party preferred basis with less than two weeks until election day.

                      As the Liberals and Labor launch their election campaigns today in must-win seats ahead of the March 23 poll, Labor leader Michael Daley is also well ahead as preferred premier.
                      In the lead: Opposition Leader Michael Daley in Coogee with local candidate Marjorie OĂ‚Â’Neill and Shadow Minister for the Environment Penelope Sharpe on Saturday. In the lead: Opposition Leader Michael Daley in Coogee with local candidate Marjorie O’Neill and Shadow Minister for the Environment Penelope Sharpe on Saturday.CREDIT:STEVEN SIEWART
                      Exclusive polling for the Sun Herald puts Labor ahead 51:49 on a two-party preferred basis, although voters are still not convinced that Labor has served enough time in Opposition.

                      More than 48 per cent say Labor is not ready to govern while just over 43 per cent say the party is. The UComms/ReachTel state-wide poll of 1019 voters taken on Thursday night also reveals that the Morrison government would have an impact on the voting intentions of 44 per cent of people.

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                      • Hillsborough fast facts...

                        In order to relieve a bottleneck of Liverpool fans trying to enter the venue before kickoff, police opened an exit gate and people rushed to get inside. More than 3,000 fans were funneled into a standing-room-only area with a safe capacity of just 1,600. The obvious crush in the stands prompted organizers to stop the game after six minutes.

                        ...

                        The jury finds, by a 7-2 vote, the 96 fans were unlawfully killed due to crushing, following the admission of a large number of fans through an exit gate. It is decided Duckenfield's actions amounted to "gross negligence," and both the police and the ambulance service caused or contributed to the loss of life by error or omission after the crush began.

                        https://edition-m.cnn.com/2016/04/25...kduckgo.com%2F

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                        Twice as many people in the standing room only balcony than it was designed to fit and no policing of this. BOOM! It collapsed, killing lotsa people.

                        NOT a narrow aisles thing. Gross negligence on behalf of those who let too many people into the stadium.

                        Hint: Alan Jones is not a very reliable source of facts.
                        Last edited by ism22; 03-11-2019, 09:36 AM.

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                        • Originally posted by ism22 View Post
                          One for you Wilston.Boy...

                          https://www.smh.com.au/politics/nsw/...08-p512w7.html
                          Labor leads Coalition in poll two weeks before NSW election

                          Premier Gladys Berejiklian's hold on power is under serious threat as new polling shows the Coalition is trailing Labor 49 to 51 on a two-party preferred basis with less than two weeks until election day.

                          As the Liberals and Labor launch their election campaigns today in must-win seats ahead of the March 23 poll, Labor leader Michael Daley is also well ahead as preferred premier.
                          In the lead: Opposition Leader Michael Daley in Coogee with local candidate Marjorie OĂ‚Â’Neill and Shadow Minister for the Environment Penelope Sharpe on Saturday. In the lead: Opposition Leader Michael Daley in Coogee with local candidate Marjorie O’Neill and Shadow Minister for the Environment Penelope Sharpe on Saturday.CREDIT:STEVEN SIEWART
                          Exclusive polling for the Sun Herald puts Labor ahead 51:49 on a two-party preferred basis, although voters are still not convinced that Labor has served enough time in Opposition.

                          More than 48 per cent say Labor is not ready to govern while just over 43 per cent say the party is. The UComms/ReachTel state-wide poll of 1019 voters taken on Thursday night also reveals that the Morrison government would have an impact on the voting intentions of 44 per cent of people.
                          Yes it is going to be close. Think everyone in NSW knows this already

                          fwiw my son was at yesterday’s LABOR launch in Sydney’s west, Reevesby. He is a LABOR volunteer. He was driven by our local Labor candidate.

                          So much for you aliases and fake names.

                          mate. You are embarrassing yourself
                          Written and published on behalf of the Liberal Party, Queensland

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                          • Originally posted by The Axe View Post

                            Yes it is going to be close. Think everyone in NSW knows this already

                            fwiw my son was at yesterday’s LABOR launch in Sydney’s west, Reevesby. He is a LABOR volunteer. He was driven by our local Labor candidate.

                            So much for you aliases and fake names.

                            mate. You are embarrassing yourself
                            1. You complained pretty hard last time I used your real name. Discuss...
                            2. My post wasn't to you, it was to your alt. However, you responded. Discuss...

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                            • Originally posted by ism22 View Post

                              1. You complained pretty hard last time I used your real name. Discuss...
                              2. My post wasn't to you, it was to your alt. However, you responded. Discuss...
                              Pretty challenging keeping up to date with my supposed alts. Can you please share a list so I can keep track. I'll pass this to Austrac for anti money laundering and watch lists

                              FYI - you should not use people's christian names on this site or anything to try and identify them. You might have actually guessed my Christian name (it is quote common among Italians like myself...Lol)
                              Written and published on behalf of the Liberal Party, Queensland

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                              • Originally posted by ism22 View Post
                                Hillsborough fast facts...

                                In order to relieve a bottleneck of Liverpool fans trying to enter the venue before kickoff, police opened an exit gate and people rushed to get inside. More than 3,000 fans were funneled into a standing-room-only area with a safe capacity of just 1,600. The obvious crush in the stands prompted organizers to stop the game after six minutes.

                                ...

                                The jury finds, by a 7-2 vote, the 96 fans were unlawfully killed due to crushing, following the admission of a large number of fans through an exit gate. It is decided Duckenfield's actions amounted to "gross negligence," and both the police and the ambulance service caused or contributed to the loss of life by error or omission after the crush began.

                                https://edition-m.cnn.com/2016/04/25...kduckgo.com%2F

                                ---

                                Twice as many people in the standing room only balcony than it was designed to fit and no policing of this. BOOM! It collapsed, killing lotsa people.

                                NOT a narrow aisles thing. Gross negligence on behalf of those who let too many people into the stadium.

                                Hint: Alan Jones is not a very reliable source of facts.
                                Yeah but you claimed a balcony collapse which wasn't true. Too many tickets were sold for Hillsborough and due to the huge queue's still outside the ground before kick off, a decision was made to throw the gates open to let them in. This created a forward surge of fans into an area that was too small to accommodate them. As a result this led to fans being crushed against the fence, and then against one another as they were pushed forward, leading to asphyxiation as well as fans being trampled.

                                The difference with Allianz is that Hillsborough was not an all seater, terraces were popular in the day so there was no exact science around tickets being sold, capacity and the lack of a system in place in case of disaster.

                                The Allianz Stadium disaster plan in case of fire involved fans in the terrace seating, moving forward onto the playing field. In addition the SCG Trust had bolted shut some of the Stadium exits in recent times, so it is a bit rich for them to play the inadequate exit card that they contributed to. Alan Jones also claimed there wasn't a sprinkler system which wasn't true. His main interest was more likely an increase in the number of toilet blocks or additional change rooms for the ball boys.
                                Last edited by Cockadoodledoo; 03-11-2019, 11:59 AM.
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