Rompinwins is my Chauffeur
- Oct 12, 2007
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- South BHFL, 49ers
Think I might wait until someone posts the abridged version.Bruce has finally delivered his mangum opus 103 pages of madness
That's from 2015.Bruce has finally delivered his mangum opus 103 pages of madness
How's Brucey doing, m8?Nice to see you too Doss. Checked the papers recently? Hope you're enjoying the keyboard life cobber. Love you!
AAT Website said:Are decisions with written reasons published in full?
health records act may mean we never get to read Danksie's submission but it's the christmas in february we all deserveAAT Website said:Many decisions with written reasons are published in full, but not all decisions.
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How dare you suggest Bruce's star witness won't provide substantive evidence!As if Dank actually follows through in any meaningful way.
Bob O'Dea said:“The evidence of a stitch-up is compelling”