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I'll fix you up a treat, mate!

See what happens when you diss the Scots. Everyone is affraid to associate with you.

You may as well steal beer off a maori.

Who is this Boynton of which you speak?

Someone who rarely has a name y'know.

Speaking of Cumberland: tonight was the 20th anniversary of the torched dismantling of the same and the phoenix that arose from those ashes - The mighty EELS! "If man is 5 , then the devil is 6 , then god is 7, god is 7!!!"

But drinking black tea IS hard, and I'll scalp the boabie that says otherwise.

Y'know, Pat, when I saw a stat in the paper today that Manly were minor premiers in 1983 with 22 wins, but didn't win the biggest game, I thought of you.

And Keiran, is it true what THEY say? YOU are Adam Hart-Davis.

Interesting that you should mention that Tone. Manly of course fell to the tri-champions Parra in the '83 GF.

Parra matched the Eagles in 2001 winning 22 games from 26 to go on and lose the unloseable Grand Final to the Knights - just like that unbackable '83 Sea Eagles team.

With the Storm notching up their 18th win tonight and 4 more games to go, I do believe that they are looking to be well on course to equalling Manly and Parra's achievements.

Long may your mozzing reign!

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