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  1. BlueBayou

    Politics So I guess when the shit hits the fan, everyone's a socialist

    Because money is, at the end of it all, simply a method of exchanging energy
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    Autopsy Round 1 v Tigers - If only the quarters were longer

    Maybe Roo got his D's and J's mixed up...???
  3. BlueBayou

    Autopsy Round 1 v Tigers - If only the quarters were longer

    Yours is a perfectly valid viewpoint. I thought the tigs relaxed for periods when they were far enough in front. Both could be correct.
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    Autopsy Round 1 v Tigers - If only the quarters were longer

    Dimmas presser is an interesting insight into the way parochial footy clubs and their supporters are. We (I have the authority to speak for all of carlton, don't I :) ) are the firm view that they got away with murder and many of their goals, especially early when the umpiring was at its...
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    Autopsy Round 1 v Tigers - If only the quarters were longer

    I grant the tigs took their foot off the gas somewhat, but we actually won on the scoreboard after 1/4 time. Take out the howlers and things are very interesting. Crippa, Martin, Cas, Weiters v good. Doc as good as could be expected. Gov had an 'almost night'. Dropped a couple that could have...
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    Autopsy Round 1 v Tigers - If only the quarters were longer

    Noticed the hesitation too. Someone suggested he has been overcoached. Might be something in it. Last year he played on instinct
  7. BlueBayou

    Autopsy Round 1 v Tigers - If only the quarters were longer

    I grant the tigs took their foot off the gas somewhat, but we actually won on the scoreboard after 1/4 time. Take out the howlers and things are very interesting. Crippa, Martin, Cas, Weiters v good. Doc as good as could be expected. Gov had an 'almost night'. Dropped a couple that could have...
  8. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    yellow sash I tells ya
  9. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    take out the umpiring howler goals are we are in front.....
  10. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    Actually I think Robbo might get a game in this side.....maybe even Gerard too
  11. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    yellow stripe
  12. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    he's wearing a yellow tripe...play on
  13. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    ok, now ive officially lost it....richflogs trowing the pill all night, and we get pinged for a backhander????? FMD!
  14. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    Cas has been huge this qtr. Kudos big fella
  15. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    twice so far
  16. BlueBayou

    Game Day Rnd 1 - Carlton v Richmond Game Day Discussion

    Can anyone tell me where I can get an updated copy of the rules? My rulebook seems to be out of date. Apparently now when marks are controlled to the ground, they are not always paid, throwing is now ok, as is slapping the ball upward and away with an open hand, tacking a player who plays on...
  17. BlueBayou

    Preview RND 1 - Carlton v Richmond Thursday 19th March 7.40pm (EST) @ MCG

    Welcome back to footy season fellow BF Baggers. If 'footy season' it is I'm not afraid to admit I'm torn about the season and if it should go ahead, or not go ahead, be foreshortened, be postponed, be modified to 16 minute quarters (is it then not a different game?). Like Scotty from Marketing...
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    Mega Thread Coronavirus & the AFL - season postponed. (Thread part 1 - cont in part 2, link in thread)

    Agreed there was no air travel, but hundreds of thousands of soldiers were shipped home all over the world and spread the virus. How else to ascribe the spread to the far corners of the planet?
  19. BlueBayou

    Mega Thread Coronavirus & the AFL - season postponed. (Thread part 1 - cont in part 2, link in thread)

    Almost, but not quite right. Look to the VFL premiership tables for seasons 1914-1918 for reference. Many clubs declined to take part, one - University- never reformed, but by 1919 the competition was back up and running despite the death rates of the Spanish flu pandemic. One assumes if they...

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