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    Quote Originally Posted by Sydney Hacker View Post
    Because Warne would allow that to happen? I was a big Warne fan, one of the 3 or 4 most influential cricketers I have seen play, but this shit about him being the best never captain is getting out of hand. 1) always easier to stand out tactically for short periods, but do those tactics stack up long term?2) besides his phone, there were drug issues, cheating issues etc. 3) a lot of players never thought he had their back, could he have hit the best out of fringe players like Waugh seemed too?
    I always got the feeling that Warnie was crying out for a bit of love. If his team got behind him I reckon that deceptively smart ciggie butt brain of his might of won one us some more tests. But you’re right, who knows


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yossarian View Post
    Disagree, massive flogs tend to divide the team.
    Is that why the Weagles suck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBennett View Post
    Is that why the Weagles suck?
    Humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecollective View Post
    Agree, would have been way better than Ponting.
    Ponting didnt need to know much. Coach wrote him a note that said, ball shiny give it to the cranky tall guy, ball scuffed give it to the fat blonde bloke with the phone. It was a winning formula.

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    Cummins named Captain. I said nice one bruv. Smith given a second chance as vice. Liking it


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    Elon Musk is growing on me.
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    There’s probably a spray for that
    Forum needs more banter.

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    My Stealth Irons.
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    That's spectacular.Now watch him get charged, even though the ashay aggressively approached him

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    He should be fine, as he was walking backward when the muppet raised his hand at him, clear self defence.

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    I'm divided on it. That tool got what he deserved, but the bouncer is enormous, is effectively a lethal weapon and is probably lucky to not be facing a manslaughter charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chappy1970 View Post
    I'm divided on it. That tool got what he deserved, but the bouncer is enormous, is effectively a lethal weapon and is probably lucky to not be facing a manslaughter charge.
    Perhaps Ray from Mr Inbetween can help you resolve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chappy1970 View Post
    I'm divided on it. That tool got what he deserved, but the bouncer is enormous, is effectively a lethal weapon and is probably lucky to not be facing a manslaughter charge.
    Actions have consequences, and some people are very slow learners. The bouncer did his job perfectly. If the ****wit doesn't get up off the ground, a lesson has been learned and society is the better for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBennett View Post
    That's spectacular.Now watch him get charged, even though the ashay aggressively approached him
    Just saw that the cops reviewed the incident and no action will be taken. Good result. Some blokes need to learn lessons the hard way and the bouncer was kind enough to oblige. FWIW my favourite bit was the bald punter who was acting all hard right up to the point that his mate got laid out. The shock on his face was delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chappy1970 View Post
    I'm divided on it. That tool got what he deserved, but the bouncer is enormous, is effectively a lethal weapon and is probably lucky to not be facing a manslaughter charge.
    Not conflicted, bouncer should be charged. Bloke who got hit is clearly a ****wit, but the other security had dealt with him fine and could've easily pushed him away like they had, bloke just wanted to be a hero and show off his skillz. Bouncers everywhere will get off on this kind of shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkRoyal View Post
    Not conflicted, bouncer should be charged. Bloke who got hit is clearly a ****wit, but the other security had dealt with him fine and could've easily pushed him away like they had, bloke just wanted to be a hero and show off his skillz. Bouncers everywhere will get off on this kind of shit.
    How many times should the bouncer have allowed himself to be hit before retaliating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Puttpete View Post
    How many times should the bouncer have allowed himself to be hit before retaliating?
    That bouncer didn't get hit once and the ****wits pushed and shoved the other security guards and they still didn't react that way, he was wanting to punch him. I get wanting to see muppets get dealt with, but this was a power trip, sadly pretty typical bouncer behaviour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkRoyal View Post
    That bouncer didn't get hit once and the ****wits pushed and shoved the other security guards and they still didn't react that way, he was wanting to punch him. I get wanting to see muppets get dealt with, but this was a power trip, sadly pretty typical bouncer behaviour.
    *I'm probably more jaded with kind of thing as I saw a mate get picked up thrown into the street for no reason or threat. Plus plenty of instances of bouncers looking out for thier mates who are usually the ****wits and not the other punters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkRoyal View Post
    Not conflicted, bouncer should be charged. Bloke who got hit is clearly a ****wit, but the other security had dealt with him fine and could've easily pushed him away like they had, bloke just wanted to be a hero and show off his skillz. Bouncers everywhere will get off on this kind of shit.
    The security should get off, the aggressor was fronting him for a blue after trying to blue a lot of other security personnel. It's aggressors like him who cause major incidents at pubs/clubs

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    [DevilsAdvocate]The security guy probably wont need to get off because there is nothing on. If the bloke who got hit wants to press charges then it might be different.

    I dont think the security guy could successfully argue he was defending himself, as if he thought he was going to be hit he would have blocked it first. That he is a pro boxer makes it even harder for him to defend his one punch knockout.

    The dickhead deserved to get whacked but a judge would take the view he could have died.[/devilsadvocate]
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    Quote Originally Posted by PerryGroves View Post
    Perhaps Ray from Mr Inbetween can help you resolve.

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    Went to the driving range to give my mum (who's trying to take up golf) a bit of a lesson. My dad (who also wants to get back into golf - used to be an 18-20hcap) brought his old Brosnan Silver Bullet driver with for some reason. I told him he needs to get rid of it, because clubs these days are so much easier to hit - this thing has a tiny head, 9.5* loft, rock hard grip, steel shaft. Then, with no warm up, and no tee, I hit a ball with it - frozen rope, 220+ carry, heaps of roll. Such a small thing in the scheme of things to get excited over, but feels good.

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    Yeah... to be technically correct todays drivers are not easier to hit, they are easier when you miss
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