R.I.P Craigos, you were a champion bloke. One of the best
R.I.P Fardin 'Bob' Qayyumi
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that's the one, hence my post.
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"Hope is the fuel of progress and fear is the prison in which you put yourself" - Tony Benn
#408. Sixty three not out forever.
one of the few times Howard united Australia
- Winner of the 2011 and 2012 CricketWeb AFL tipping competition
- Winner of the 2011, 2012 and 2013 CricketWeb NRL tipping competition
In honour of Her Most Britannic Majesty's visit, here is a link to some of her husband's better quotes down the years.
Prince Philip's 90th Birthday: Duke of Edinburgh's best gaffes - Telegraph
Tonight at Parliament House, Abbott's speech was typically hokey and partisan. And he neither bowed not curtsied.
Unfit to lead.
lol plays his politics hard, this ^ bloke
Today Her Majesty worshipped in Canberra before attending lunch at Yarralumla with a group of 50 extraordinary Australians which she chose herself.
It was a good do. Not a Tory in sight as they're all ordinary, and I really enjoyed the foie gras. Geoffrey Rush seems a good bloke, Her Majesty was radiant as always, and I really enjoyed catching up with Bart ahead of the Spring Carnival.
Her Majesty's thoughts on Mr Abbott are both confidential and illuminating.
She's out to smear all our public heads of the republican movement. If the issue comes up again the media will be showing all these bastards kissing her **** and the monarchists will and **** us over again.
On the Way Out
I love how people say, "oh they have a personal following in their electorates, that goes beyond the party divide".
Oakshot and Windsor have such big egos that I think they actually believed it.
These electorates are conservative electorates, and broadly speaking the people are outraged that these two sided with Labor.
Their demise will give me just as much joy as Abbott's thumping win on election night 2011.
You're out of time for election 2011, unless turnbull challenges in the next couple of weeks.
On those numbers Windsor will win. Also, on those numbers, neither he nor Oakeshott will go anywhere for two years.
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