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Kwality

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Instead of playing fullback for his country and earning the world's admiration for his freakish skills, he's toiling away in anonymity in Japan. Hope all that money makes him happy.

Such is RA. You reap what you sew, as any rugby fan knows as the Wallabies struggle with the best players playing around the world.
 

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Didn't do any such thing.
You really do have problems with those pesky little things called facts and logic, don't you.

Examine you puerile attempt to deny the role of your attempt to vilify those whose vote are being actively pursued. Logic eh? Dogwhistle?
 

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Examine you puerile attempt to deny the role of your attempt to vilify those whose vote are being actively pursued. Logic eh? Dogwhistle?
Didn't do any such thing.
You really do have problems with those pesky little things called facts and logic, don't you.
 

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'As Rugby Australia attempts to work out who will grab the No.15 jersey and wear it in the lead-up to the 2023 World Cup, 32-year-old Folau will run out in Japan. It will be his first rugby match since RA tore up his multi-million-deal in early 2019, for what the governing body deemed homophobic remarks on social media.'

Wallabies great Will Genia said the Japanese community would judge Folau on his deeds this season.

“He’s a great guy,” Genia said. “Regardless of all that’s gone on. He’s always been humble, hard working and genuinely kind.”

& of more importance is his awareness:
'He has not published a religious post on Instagram since August 1, 2019.'
He's always gone for the money no matter which sport he's played professionally.
We he signed for GWS some thought it was great for us and would attract more PI's to the game
He only signed for GWS because he was paid more than he was getting playing RL.
He had no passion for the AFL it was just the money. A lot of AFL people got sucked in by him, but not all of us.
 

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Good to see you acknowledge 'the idolatrous bigots' are not unique to any one side of politics & the ALP are actively seeking their votes - the things you do for power;

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese will channel the Pope by telling Christian organisations he believes the values of Labor and the church overlap with their vision to rebuild Australia following the coronavirus pandemic.
You send your sh*t….good work….
 

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Examine you puerile attempt to deny the role of your attempt to vilify those whose vote are being actively pursued. Logic eh? Dogwhistle?
Biggar …cleanliness is to work it’s way out of trouble
 

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He's always gone for the money no matter which sport he's played professionally.
We he signed for GWS some thought it was great for us and would attract more PI's to the game
He only signed for GWS because he was paid more than he was getting playing RL.
He had no passion for the AFL it was just the money. A lot of AFL people got sucked in by him, but not all of us.

The $s reign ... & the best in any sport are attracted to success & money.
 

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