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  • #61
    [QUOTE=Paddo Colt 61;n859063][QUOTE=redwhiteblue;
    I ran into a poster on here near my local shops who said that PC is still asking questions of me even though I have blocked him. I don't know how many times he has to be told that I can't see what he is posting so he may as well stop trailing me around the forum like some creepy stalker. All he is doing is annoying my friends on here now and making himself look very foolish. He mentioned once that he had a girl who is not well and I am sorry for that. How would he like it if someone was treating her like that just trying to get a rise out of it and seek attention? Just feel sorry for him Rooster1908..we all do..he needs our pity...meanwhile it sounds like you've been travelling all over the countryside like a Leyland Brother....As a woman, I liked and appreciated your comments too in defence of children. Says what type of person you are.

    Dear RWB, I'm sorry but I have no idea what you're talking about and if what you say is happening to you that is a very serious matter. I don't have a sickly daughter. Are you sure that your friends aren't having a lend of you? Did you ask them where you might cite these posts because I'm sure that harassment is reportable. I can't really think of where I'd find any friends of RWB, I mean it's not a lot to go on (maybe Jax but there again...).
    On the other hand, if this is some crude attempt at smear I wouldn't be surprised. There's a plausible scenario - An Ol' bugger group miffed by me referring to Ricky Martin as "she" (Well he is a bit howz ya farver - not that there's anything wrong with that) seeks to tear down the clarion call of reason. As I said, "I'm startin' to feel like Craig McLaughlin here. The "local shops" indeed?
    All that aside I do see that you're pissed and so henceforth we will be just as ships in the night. Mind you, you should not believe what you read in the Tele. Did you see that the father threatened Dewsbury Sam - "I'll destroy you... I'll see you never work again" and he could do that, he's that powerful. I've been waitin' for a writ for what I've said. What's a man gonna do? You may be sure that I will not mention you in future but I will read your gentle posts. Ive said it before, you are a good person RWB - an ornament to the site.
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    Even when you try and be humorous you just come across as a dick , so I am nominating you for the biggest tool award .

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    • #62
      [QUOTE=Rooster1908;
      Even when you try and be humorous you just come across as a dick , so I am nominating you for the biggest tool award .

      With respect '08 when it comes to tools a lot of you country folk are hard to beat. Willing to kill off Koalas, voting for the Beetrooter who got a $40K kickback from Gina, insisting on building dams all over the place destroying the eco balance; stealing water from each other and still, the whingeing!! I reckon I'd miss out on that award to be honest.

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      • #63
        I can see 2021 being a test and learn year (working out how our 'old' stars are looking to '23, how our youngsters are shaping up), with 2022 being the first real year that we've either cleared out players, or are about to clear out players (ahead of '23). Could see us going after a top quality prop in '22 (Fisher-Harris?) alongside a good centre and perhaps half and/or hooker depending on how our youngsters shape up.

        On paper top 8, if we're lucky we'll make the grand final, but not quite sure we'll get that far.

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        • #64
          [QUOTE=Paddo Colt 61;n859146][QUOTE=Rooster1908;
          Even when you try and be humorous you just come across as a dick , so I am nominating you for the biggest tool award .

          With respect '08 when it comes to tools a lot of you country folk are hard to beat. Willing to kill off Koalas, voting for the Beetrooter who got a $40K kickback from Gina, insisting on building dams all over the place destroying the eco balance; stealing water from each other and still, the whingeing!! I reckon I'd miss out on that award to be honest.
          [/QUOTE]

          Agree about the Koalas pado old mate but just remember without those country folk you would be bloody hungry. Or i guess you and your china mates will be ok

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Mickie Lane View Post

            An interesting year for the chookpen in 21 as well.
            I think we should look at starting up the yearly chookpen awards. Around this time each year we could all get dressed in our tuxedos & evening dresses & get on the Chookpen whilst awards are read out.

            Who's the number 1 chookpenner award? That would be a tough one because it has to go to someone who knows what they are talking about when they post.
            Most popular chookpenner award?
            Who is the chookpens biggest flog award?
            Who posted the most posts award?
            Feel free to add some other awards. If it go's well maybe Foxtel could get onboard.
            I’ll do a poll but I’ll need categories and a shortlist for each award
            Once you’ve had fat, you’ll never turn back

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Rooster1908 View Post
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              Even when you try and be humorous you just come across as a dick , so I am nominating you for the biggest tool award .
              Don't let him bother you any more. Just use the ignore function like I do - a big THANK YOU to Chris for allowing all of us to implement this option, not just paid up members. I can't see what he is posting anyway so he can keep on 'quoting' me but he's getting nowhere. It's like when bored little kids go ringing someone else's doorbell and then run away..not realising there is no-one home anyway to give them attention. Like I mentioned before I blocked him, I noticed he posted about having an unwell girl so that cannot be easy for him to deal with as most of us know how stressful it is to care for a loved one in pain. Stress does make people act differently to how they may under better circumstances. He is to be pitied and I feel sorry for him.

              "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller

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              • #67
                Just sayin' to no one in particular that I am not stressed, deluded or a Souffs fan. I see Sam B, a legend of the modern game, being ganged up on by the rich and powerful and I feel sympathy. Those people can destroy others less powerful and ol' Mitch has vowed to do it to Dewsbury while we all stand and watch. Sam was never gonna be welcome in that family and if you get on the wrong side of that lot watch out - they looked after themselves, as officers on the Burma railway and they're ducking for cover in this Afghan SAS mess - leavin' it to the ordinary grunts to take the rap. It was them, too, (Little Winston Howard) who got us into tagging along with the Great Satan in its recent military adventures and it's all about us lookin' after their wealth. They think that they're more better than us.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by Paddo Colt 61 View Post
                  Just sayin' to no one in particular that I am not stressed, deluded or a Souffs fan. I see Sam B, a legend of the modern game, being ganged up on by the rich and powerful and I feel sympathy. Those people can destroy others less powerful and ol' Mitch has vowed to do it to Dewsbury while we all stand and watch. Sam was never gonna be welcome in that family and if you get on the wrong side of that lot watch out - they looked after themselves, as officers on the Burma railway and they're ducking for cover in this Afghan SAS mess - leavin' it to the ordinary grunts to take the rap. It was them, too, (Little Winston Howard) who got us into tagging along with the Great Satan in its recent military adventures and it's all about us lookin' after their wealth. They think that they're more better than us.
                  I'll bite .What has rich and powerful got to do with Sam Being charge with domestic violence .Are you saying his ex is making it up .Are you just saying that because of her father or do you think the police are corrupt and out to get bargass .Have you any actual facts or are you perhaps just blowing you own horn yet again .Or are you just in fact jealous of the bloke because he has what you haven't
                  Last edited by Rooster1908; 11-21-2020, 04:39 PM.

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                  • #69
                    I hope that he's got a guilty conscience, I don't have one one of them. Sam Burgess is not up on domestic violence charges, the police have charged him with Common Assault (mere words, should they put you in fear are an Assault) and that is what the current case is about. With respect '08, have you ever been through a marriage breakup with children involved? It, more often than not, is one of the most emotionally charged situations that men, particularly, can suffer. Overwhelmingly, women end marriages and cope far better but for many men breakdown with kids involved is like a death experience - their life ends suddenly, a new one is unimaginable and the mind is in chaos. The tragedies that we read about are the result of that acute sense of hopelessness.
                    The experience would be made all the worse if you felt that the in-laws were dark on you from the get go and then act that way when time's up. I'm sure you're not in it (maybe not all that aware of it) but there is a class in Australia which is very exclusive and often rural based. The prospect of the daughter marrying Sam would have been a social standing nightmare for them. That family is right up there and has been for generations, it's part of a power elite in this country.
                    Forget about scoring points off me - that's easy to do - google the evidence from this case. Given the circumstances it's not hard to believe that everything that Dewsbury's barrister put to the Hooke was true. What kind of Grandfather puts a formal time limit on a father visiting his children whom he hasn't seen in a good and, when 2 hours (can you believe it) was up calling time on it. At that point Sam called him "inhumane". Interestingly, Hookey called a PR mate after Sam left the property. He used big bucks PR to sink the Super Profits mining tax, so you've gotta wonder at Sam's chances.
                    Loving or hating Souths has nothing to do with this.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by Paddo Colt 61 View Post
                      I hope that he's got a guilty conscience, I don't have one one of them. Sam Burgess is not up on domestic violence charges, the police have charged him with Common Assault (mere words, should they put you in fear are an Assault) and that is what the current case is about. With respect '08, have you ever been through a marriage breakup with children involved? It, more often than not, is one of the most emotionally charged situations that men, particularly, can suffer. Overwhelmingly, women end marriages and cope far better but for many men breakdown with kids involved is like a death experience - their life ends suddenly, a new one is unimaginable and the mind is in chaos. The tragedies that we read about are the result of that acute sense of hopelessness.
                      The experience would be made all the worse if you felt that the in-laws were dark on you from the get go and then act that way when time's up. I'm sure you're not in it (maybe not all that aware of it) but there is a class in Australia which is very exclusive and often rural based. The prospect of the daughter marrying Sam would have been a social standing nightmare for them. That family is right up there and has been for generations, it's part of a power elite in this country.
                      Forget about scoring points off me - that's easy to do - google the evidence from this case. Given the circumstances it's not hard to believe that everything that Dewsbury's barrister put to the Hooke was true. What kind of Grandfather puts a formal time limit on a father visiting his children whom he hasn't seen in a good and, when 2 hours (can you believe it) was up calling time on it. At that point Sam called him "inhumane". Interestingly, Hookey called a PR mate after Sam left the property. He used big bucks PR to sink the Super Profits mining tax, so you've gotta wonder at Sam's chances.
                      Loving or hating Souths has nothing to do with this.
                      Nothing to do with hating souths , although I do with a passion. I hate men who treat woman badly and its obvious he does , did . he has previous history . Again this is nothing to do with the old man and by the sound of it nothing to do will your circumstances. And your right I have never been though it in my 35 years of marrige but saw it in my parents and perhaps that's why I will always er on the side of the female . And no they don't cope any better then blokes . That's just you trying to convince yourself your hard done by
                      Sam had the same chance any off us have , prove your worth as a man , husband and father , you can win anyone over if you show them your integrity.

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                      • #71
                        You're a hard man '08 though to be fair you've not looked objectively at the case. Burgess has no prior, he didn't assault the father in law in a way that Assault is usually understood - he "frightened" him which is bit rich coming from the ex CEO of the Mining Council who must have had quite a few dust ups with Union heavies - Gina's $2 a day wage proposal would have been a hard sell.
                        The wife's heart rending accounts were dictated to a Rugby mate. Have you seen the pic of Hookey in his Rugby cap? What Dewsbury did was send a dick pic and that was the end of him.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by Mickie Lane View Post

                          Your not to mention his name on here or otherwise you will be declared a Souths supporter like
                          I have been.
                          Latrell, Latrell, Latrell.
                          I would love Latrell back at the Chooks. I don’t think the Chooks will win another comp whilst Latrell plays in the NRL for another club. I also don’t think Latrell will win another comp in the NRL playing for another club. Time will tell.
                          Very sobering prospect if you are right.

                          Born and bred in the eastern suburbs.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by Paddo Colt 61 View Post
                            I hope that he's got a guilty conscience, I don't have one one of them. Sam Burgess is not up on domestic violence charges, the police have charged him with Common Assault (mere words, should they put you in fear are an Assault) and that is what the current case is about. With respect '08, have you ever been through a marriage breakup with children involved? It, more often than not, is one of the most emotionally charged situations that men, particularly, can suffer. Overwhelmingly, women end marriages and cope far better but for many men breakdown with kids involved is like a death experience - their life ends suddenly, a new one is unimaginable and the mind is in chaos. The tragedies that we read about are the result of that acute sense of hopelessness.
                            The experience would be made all the worse if you felt that the in-laws were dark on you from the get go and then act that way when time's up. I'm sure you're not in it (maybe not all that aware of it) but there is a class in Australia which is very exclusive and often rural based. The prospect of the daughter marrying Sam would have been a social standing nightmare for them. That family is right up there and has been for generations, it's part of a power elite in this country.
                            Forget about scoring points off me - that's easy to do - google the evidence from this case. Given the circumstances it's not hard to believe that everything that Dewsbury's barrister put to the Hooke was true. What kind of Grandfather puts a formal time limit on a father visiting his children whom he hasn't seen in a good and, when 2 hours (can you believe it) was up calling time on it. At that point Sam called him "inhumane". Interestingly, Hookey called a PR mate after Sam left the property. He used big bucks PR to sink the Super Profits mining tax, so you've gotta wonder at Sam's chances.
                            Loving or hating Souths has nothing to do with this.

                            What you haven’t taken into consideration is what is a father on visitation rights thinking when he has four beers in 1 & 1//2 hrs before he sees his kids.

                            With one kid being a small infant you would have to have concerns with him being around them

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                            • #74
                              Just to get back on topic, for a moment at least, I think we will be more than competitive again in 2021. Not saying that we will win the competition, but we should be thereabouts. We will not have the weight of expectation on us, and I am assuming that luck with injuries should be kinder to us this time around (look at Penrith in 2020 after such a bad run).

                              Victor, Sam and Billy being back will make a big difference, despite the aging players we have in JWH, Jake and Boydy. Robbo and the coaching staff will know how to effectively manage the transition so that we can get the maximum advantage under the new rules.

                              Hopefully we should have a lot more energy, hunger and enthusiasm after a more settled off season. Easts to win!
                              MRR or Rabid

                              Some people believe supporting the Roosters
                              is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed
                              with that attitude. I can assure you it is
                              much, much more important than that.


                              (1981 Bill Shankly quote variation)

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by Tennessee Tornado View Post


                                What you haven’t taken into consideration is what is a father on visitation rights thinking when he has four beers in 1 & 1//2 hrs before he sees his kids.

                                With one kid being a small infant you would have to have concerns with him being around them
                                Paddo hasn’t mentioned that in any of his 3978 posts about “ Sam”!

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