Had plenty of it and used it well - hate to be a party pooper but at times it was on the back of running forward of the contest when Oliver was extracting the pill for him. There was a period in the game where that gamble wasn't working and his direct opponent (Bont) was carving it up.
It was a devastating few minutes of footy that probably would have been halted without 6-6-6.
I like that it can give you hope that you could pull that off at some stage during the game.
On the other hand, if your defence is outmanned / injured / struggling badly it is mighty scary.
Steele Sidebottoms' in 2011 was pretty good, and Varcoe's 4th quarter goal has been mentioned.
Hodge 2015 was pretty amazing. Isaac Smith 2013 sticks in my mind as one that set the tone for the last quarter.
Malceski in 2012 pretty good.
Tom Boyd because BT said fck on the radio.
Yeah nah, for two reasons;
1. Once the game starts, it's all about the game. That's it. People won't be watching the clock waiting to applaud.
2. I think overall Dan has done a good job, but this sort of public display for a politician isn't right. If we are to applaud, it should be for health...
It's not that strange when you consider that Twitter is largely the domain of young progressives, and that there have been many reports saying that these protests have a high proportion of Neo-Nazi / RWNJ types in them.