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Lore

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http://www.essendonfc.com.au/news/2017-08-15/hard-tag-episode-one


Apparently there's an internal fine system, Josh Green as the finemaster xD Angry face routine and the new boot ritual.

Chatting about the game, the cheering for Jobe was apparently a bit weird haha.

Loud supportive crowd helps them on the ground – the way they say that it's like it's triple underlined on the running sheet. Special mention (later on in the recording) to interstate fans, sometimes sounds like there's more of us than there is home crowd :p

Paddy Ambrose nickname 'crossfit', fittest guy at the club. Apparently he's the terminator, they're glad he's on our team because he'd be hard to play against :) :) :)

Plenty about their year off too, which is fun to hear about.

Bit of banter is also fun :D

#TwoSixTwo #HardTag
 

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Loonerty

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http://www.essendonfc.com.au/news/2017-08-15/hard-tag-episode-one


Apparently there's an internal fine system, Josh Green as the finemaster xD Angry face routine and the new boot ritual.

Chatting about the game, the cheering for Jobe was apparently a bit weird haha.

Loud supportive crowd helps them on the ground – the way they say that it's like it's triple underlined on the running sheet. Special mention (later on in the recording) to interstate fans, sometimes sounds like there's more of us than there is home crowd :p

Paddy Ambrose nickname 'crossfit', fittest guy at the club. Apparently he's the terminator, they're glad he's on our team because he'd be hard to play against :) :) :)

Plenty about their year off too, which is fun to hear about.

Bit of banter is also fun :D

#TwoSixTwo #HardTag
Bellchambers sounds way different to my memory...
 

BrunoV

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I have a question, why do people end sentences in 'haha'?

Is there some joke I've missed or are people impersonating the Mickey Mouse character from South Park, ha-ha?

How are you supposed to read it?
 

Lore

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I have a question, why do people end sentences in 'haha'?

Is there some joke I've missed or are people impersonating the Mickey Mouse character from South Park, ha-ha?

How are you supposed to read it?
Basically an indicator that the writer found the previous sentence amusing. Same as a question mark indicates a question I guess, or a smiley face indicates they're happy.
 

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Lore

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Random thing I learned as a result of this podcast today: Francis, Mutch, Draper and Morgan living in 'the club house', which is a club organised share house with a fitness person lives with them and teaches them how about food and such. Not sure about Morgan but the other three are originally from interstate/up-country so would make sense they'd need somewhere to live closer to the club.

Fantasy scores, the young guys are apparently all over it (according to Jobe) :p They don't emphasise kicks/handball type stats within the club, they're more about team oriented stats. Roles can be quite complex and they always try and reward each other for the team oriented stuff.

You want the fun stuff you're gonna have to listen for yourself :p Throwing each other under the bus is probably my favourite bit :)
 

eDPS

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I have a question, why do people end sentences in 'haha'?

Is there some joke I've missed or are people impersonating the Mickey Mouse character from South Park, ha-ha?

How are you supposed to read it?
I do it all the time it s**ts me haha :p I think it's a way to show someone that what your saying is in lighthearted spirit or not to be taken too seriously. It's hard to explain but I always do it it's almost like using the term lol.
 

Old Campaigner

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Another good episode.

I think having someone who isn't a football person or a journalist co-hosting really helps make it interesting. I struggle to stay focused through a 10 minute interview normally but i'll happily listen to this for the full 45 minutes. It feels relaxed and low key whereas I think interviews with a journo or football personality are a bit formal and 'standoff-ish'.

i hope they keep it going
 

Whispering_Jack

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Jobe's humour is so similar to Tim's and his voice and language can be very similar too so in a podcast/radio type environment you can hardly tell them apart.

The actual podcast itself was great. It's just natural and flows so well and the host isn't perfect either so it just sounds like a reasonably well structured chat between mates.
 
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