Unofficial Preview Lockdown Challenges

koshari

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 24, 2011
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Ok, so with Lockdown likely, and judging by the advice our daughter who in the health field its looking increasingly likely we will have a LOT of disposable time to fill.

so what are the sort of things we will be making advantage of the time to achieve,

Will we all be dusting off our unicycles?
Will i be playing guitar to the standard of Michael Schenker, Yngwie Malmsteen or Randy Rhodes?
Maybe I will just settle on getting the 89 KLR250 project to roadworthy condition.
Will Giant Roo increase his production skills to that of Dreamwork Studios?
Will Snake finally Crack his entry to the coveted Mensa society?
Can Gaso and Hoju go the distance with limited access to their beloved KFC Wraps and Kim Chee?
Can The Ziebel go the distance without posting a Post critisizing JMac even though they wont be playing?
interesting times, so what other goals are we setting if we have the time and opportunity to dedicate a large chunk of time and attention to?
 

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koshari

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 24, 2011
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Scored a ps4 on loan. Haven’t gamed in years. Look out.
I remember getting into a bit of gaming a while ago with starcraft, occasionally i would play online tournament, you would get caught up in it and before you knew it it was 2.30 in the morning, wasnt long after that i gave it away as i really didnt have the time.
 

Marstermind

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 16, 2004
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North Melbourne
Other Teams
Kangaroos
Which North game v everyone else would you like to watch each week. Home and Away only.

R2. Brisbane - 1999. Trailed by 26 at half time. Stevo puts us ahead with only moments to go.
R3. Port Adelaide - 2005. Another comeback. North's biggest ever from halftime. Makepeace kicked the winner
R4. Western Bulldogs - 1998. One of the great H&A games of all time.
R5. Fremantle - 2002. Hit the front for the first time halfway through the last quarter. 1pt win
R6. Carlton - 2004. Wellsy kicks the winner
R7. Sydney - 2004. 40 points down at 3/4 time
R8. Hawthorn - 1994. First win in 10yrs v the Hawks. By a lazy 127 points.
R9. Essendon - 1993. Carey inspires a huge win against the eventual premiers
R10. Collingwood - 1993. 9 goals to McAdam in an 83pt win at Vic Park.
R11. Geelong - 2007. Stung the eventual premier into action win a great win at the Cattery
R12. Richmond - 2014. Six goals down at 1/2 time. Won by 28
R13. Brisbane - 2000. Ten goal second quarter by just a 4py win
R14. Bye
R15. West Coast - 1993. Epic win at the WACA. 5 goals to Arch
R16. GWS - 2018. Five goals in the 3rd quarter to Ben Brown
R17. Hawthorn - 2019. 150th match. Terrible start but dominant finish
R18. Essendon - 2012. Boomer blitz in the 3rd inspires the win
R19. Gold Coast - 2017. Not a lot to pick from but Browny kicked 6 in a much needed win
R20. Carlton - 1996. Thrashed a good Blues team the night after the Roys merger fell apart.
R21. Western Bulldogs - 2008. Johnson's miss after the siren ends the Dogs'8 game unbeaten streak
R22. Adelaide - 1998. No, not the GF. Classic win in Round 21
R23. Melbourne - 1996. Carey 11.
 

rickety

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Nov 3, 2007
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Other Teams
swfc, carrum cowboys
Which North game v everyone else would you like to watch each week. Home and Away only.

R2. Brisbane - 1999. Trailed by 26 at half time. Stevo puts us ahead with only moments to go.
R3. Port Adelaide - 2005. Another comeback. North's biggest ever from halftime. Makepeace kicked the winner
R4. Western Bulldogs - 1998. One of the great H&A games of all time.
R5. Fremantle - 2002. Hit the front for the first time halfway through the last quarter. 1pt win
R6. Carlton - 2004. Wellsy kicks the winner
R7. Sydney - 2004. 40 points down at 3/4 time
R8. Hawthorn - 1994. First win in 10yrs v the Hawks. By a lazy 127 points.
R9. Essendon - 1993. Carey inspires a huge win against the eventual premiers
R10. Collingwood - 1993. 9 goals to McAdam in an 83pt win at Vic Park.
R11. Geelong - 2007. Stung the eventual premier into action win a great win at the Cattery
R12. Richmond - 2014. Six goals down at 1/2 time. Won by 28
R13. Brisbane - 2000. Ten goal second quarter by just a 4py win
R14. Bye
R15. West Coast - 1993. Epic win at the WACA. 5 goals to Arch
R16. GWS - 2018. Five goals in the 3rd quarter to Ben Brown
R17. Hawthorn - 2019. 150th match. Terrible start but dominant finish
R18. Essendon - 2012. Boomer blitz in the 3rd inspires the win
R19. Gold Coast - 2017. Not a lot to pick from but Browny kicked 6 in a much needed win
R20. Carlton - 1996. Thrashed a good Blues team the night after the Roys merger fell apart.
R21. Western Bulldogs - 2008. Johnson's miss after the siren ends the Dogs'8 game unbeaten streak
R22. Adelaide - 1998. No, not the GF. Classic win in Round 21
R23. Melbourne - 1996. Carey 11.
From 50, maybe just outside. Never thought he had the journey. Maybe a 45 degree angle, members side, kicking to the city end. Some things you just don't forget. 20 bloody years ago though, jeepers.
 

Marstermind

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 16, 2004
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North Melbourne
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Kangaroos
From 50, maybe just outside. Never thought he had the journey. Maybe a 45 degree angle, members side, kicking to the city end. Some things you just don't forget. 20 bloody years ago though, jeepers.

Right on 50, only a slight angle. Sometimes you get robbed. Sometimes you rob one. We probably pinched one that day. The Lions won the next 10 after that game by an average of 59.8 points. But they ran into us again in the PF and we beat them by 43. They were a damn good side.
 
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