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Talking down attendance is always good for Nine, because they know people will settle on the cricket at home regardless. I still think CA are going to pull a fast one next week. BBL semis don't clash with the ODIs so the players will probably be released. The players "selected" for the following week will need to rotate for Warner and co. Lock it in that it will just happen to be the players engaged in the BBL final who make way. Conversely, if they hadn't run the rotation now, then it would have been harder to rotate those players back out.


Speaking of Nine, I had this comment deleted off a photo on Nine's Facebook page:

McDonald was a McNuggety batsman, in the mold of McCosker and McCabe. He was noted for the speed of his delivery, much like McDermott and McGrath, though he could tweak his menu of offerings like MacGill if asked. His great rivals at domestic level included "Hungry" Jack Ryder and "the Colonel" Leyland Sanders.

Gorbless you for providing a place to preserve this witty riposte for riposterity, TT.

M. Patard

God bless St Ronald, and thank you m0nty for your fine words in tribute.

I grew up in Bankerstown with the first McDonalds ever at Yagoona, free cheeseburgers all round, and a Big Mac for Man of the Match. Absolutely love McDonalds I do.

Clean toilets, great sauce, real ozzie beef. Even learned the 20 second thing and they paid out:

Two all beef patty special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onion on a sesame seed bun.

Not even T. S. Eliot gave you a burger for memorising the first stanza of The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock.


Eliot merely lacked the commercial partnering opportunities. He was totally up for some cross promotion. The Wasteland was a perfect fit for a Mazda ad. He was the Body Rockers of his day.

The Don has risen

The Lovesong of J Alfred Prufrock.
now that is a poet of Heineken taste.

It is the greatest poem of all time.

M. Patard

I always thought the poem would work better as thus:

I have measured out my life with coffee spoons;
I know the voices dying with a dying fall
Beneath the music from a farther room.
And what about Siegfried Sassoon?

"What about him?" She asks in a delicate swoon.

"Sorry", I respond, in somewhat disarray.

I meant, "Vidal."

M. Patard

Turn down the love! Turn up the hate!

The Don has risen

A very VB response

Big Ramifications

Tony Tea is a paid shill for HBO's The Wire. I caught some of his work on Youtube last night.


I hope Georgie Porgie doesn't give anyone a heads up. He'll become as bland as the others if he gives CA warning every time he opens his gob. They'll shut it for him.

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