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Mego Red

The Artist Formerly Known As Kristof
Oct 3, 2003
The East Coast
AFL Club
Other Teams
Soft spot for Brisbane
They may be his best mates but...

Three years with us and not one player to be given that honour.

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I don't have the energy to give a sh*t about that.

His two best mates carried him off. It's fine, and it's his choice.

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Punchy Bassett

Brownlow Medallist
Oct 1, 2003
Adelaide, Australia
AFL Club
Other Teams
What a surprise you go the misogynist path. Arguably there are dozens better umpires than the ones we’ve been lumped with Of either sex.
HAHAAH misogynist, straight to the name calling again, hypocrite.

Yes there are plenty of better umpires out there, none of whom have been fast tracked to the top level, all people of all sexes should be made to earn that. Or do you disagree with this and think some people should be treated differently?

John Who

Norm Smith Medallist
Apr 16, 2017
AFL Club
John Who, serious question: any basis for this in fact?

I thought multiple concussions even months apart is super-dangerous, but am not sure (I'm thinking Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, CTE). Please clarify, if you can?
You have to be more careful if concussions are in close proximity of each other regarding time period. Within a few weeks apart, there is more likelihood of severe bruising of the brain without giving it time to recover, and possibly more complications. Though it also matters on how severe the knocks and concussions are with each separate incident. Think of a boxing KO then you can have a better appreciation of your line of question. All boxing KO's have different levels of impact. And generally speaking, you'd rather get knocked out twice several months apart, rather than weeks apart.

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