I bet you most of the people complaining about socialism, don't even know what it is.Oh dear.
a) not the place
b) there are no parties anywhere near socialism in Australia.
c) I bet you dont complain about all the 'socialist' style services we have in this country?
They say it like its some kind of terrible thing.I bet you most of the people complaining about socialism, don't even know what it is.
This makes sense to meSurely if there is one particular guy you want then we wouldn’t trade. I thought it was well publicized that we were happy with a group of four and that’s why we traded. I don’t believe we wanted either one specifically, otherwise you don’t take the risk even with McAsey.
Have you read the Labor parties constitution?They say it like its some kind of terrible thing.
Sure 100% socialist places never work, but neither do 0%.
Every country on this earth has some level of it in one way or another.
Anyway back to the big Fisch
Very solid 9th postI can't stand low IQ individuals. They should be wiped from the genepool for the sake of the human race. It is disgusting that you morons masquerade as intelligent life forms stealing oxygen from higher beings.
Consider for half a second that what you took for utter disappointment was in fact- nerves. Nervous not to look stupid on camera, nervous about getting up on stage and NOT tripping, nervous to be shaking hands with a high flyer and then your new coach, then to give an interview live.
If you mistook that for sadness at joining a club he had been linked with for a long time and likely had a lot of contact with then remove yourself from the gene pool and don't reproduce. You are a burden on the species and like all burdens, you should be left to perish.
You were kicking and screaming to the end when they stopped your beloved eugenics program. Another closet Nazi.I don't know... I was all for the chemical castration of all Queenslanders after the Federal Election. Most of them have already been lobotomised, so they probably wouldn't notice or care.
“It’s a pretty surreal feeling, it’s pretty special,’’ McAsey said on SEN SA Breakfast.
McAsey said constant communication with Adelaide during the course of 2019 will make the move away from family in Melbourne easier.
“They’d (parents) obviously be a little bit sad, the main emotion is just pride and love really,’’ McAsey added.
“They’ve obviously been a great support for me throughout my childhood and my footy journey so they’re really proud,’’ he said.
“I met Hamish Ogilvey and the recruiting staff quite a few times during the year.
“I had some really good interactions with them, they seem like a club with a great culture and great people and I’m happy to be on board with the Crows,’’ he said.
McAsey has been compared to Geelong’s Harry Taylor and Essendon’s Cale Hooker for his ability to play at both ends of the ground.
“I think I’ll start as a defender in the backs group, but I’d be willing to switch back and fourth where ever they need me,’’ he added.
McAsey said he was impressed by new Adelaide coach Matthew Nicks.
“He seems like an awesome fella,’’ McAsey said.
“I’m looking forward to getting stuck into training with him.
“He really spoke about open communication, that’s how he likes to go about things, I’m really looking forward to it,’’ he said.