The only way you can tell in this instance would be for a non-aboriginal player to breach protocol twice and see what the response is.Well, I'm not so sure.
WA imprisons Indigenous people at a higher rate than any other state or territory, with Aboriginals comprising 40 per cent of all the people in full-time custody in the state.www.watoday.com.au
I think the reason he chose drugs was to get the same high as he did playing football. Carey, Ablett same. Happens often when players retire. It wouldn't have helped retiring in South America. sh*t is everywhere and cheap.The guy changed his story about the handball three times,
Until he struck upon the “God” version. Which stuck because his compatriots wouldn’t question Gods will.
After that cheat he spiralled into drug and alcohol addiction. Some might say he had a guilty conscience and this was his way out.
He did say at one time ”imagine how better a player I would have been if not for the drugs”. That’s pretty much a man at the lowest point.
He was a champion, he was an extraordinary talent. But his own on and off field actions should be included in his history and standing in the sport.
I don't even know the majority of the words of our current anthem so any changes will be lost on me.Snuck this one in.
Just a couple of hours before end of year. why?
While I’m not entirely against the change, I think it should have been publicised, or put to the people, first.More than 140 years after it was first composed and performed, Advance Australia Fair is again being updated in a move the Prime Minister says reflects a "spirit of unity".www.abc.net.au
The Government, all governments, have been happy over the years to spend up big to tell us about changes in policy. This is a change in our national anthem yet until now I’ve heard squat.
I've been watching quite a few of these classic games lately, the one thing which irks me is that they decide to skip some parts of the game.1990 GF on at 7pm tonight on Fox Footy if interested.