Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
People are free to spend money how they like. I just think it’s pretty shameless for a multi-multi millionaire to crowdfund his legal fees for breaching a contract he voluntarily entered into. It’s compounded by the fact there’s no obligation for the raised money to actually go to legal fees.Maybe this is an unpopular opinion but if people want to donate to the guy without any guarantee of it going to his specified cause and over those who are in a worse position then good for them. For all those virtue signalling that they should be donating to those in critical medical need I wonder how many have donated to those causes themselves. Any money any person has spare to donate is theirs to donate how they see fit. How many people go through GoFundMe to see how $50 spent on a carton, a restaurant meal or a bet can be better spent? I would say donating to a person you believe in is more palatable and more Christian than spending it on yourself.
Thanks vish.+ Dockers close loss
So good that it now has the attendance record at OptusThanks vish.
Was just driving by the stadium and there’s a lot of meathead type operators in too tight maroon or blue shirts milling around. Completely forgot SoO was on tonight, I’ll have to watch it now just to see what the stadium looks like for rugby. Seems like a good atmosphere.
Big boys British bulldog. Not a game professionalism has done anything for imo.Pfft, don't understand the appeal of carryball myself. Boring AF
You mean the prelim against the team with a tiny membership base who were actively plotting ways to stop other people attending? I think we can do better.Wew. Under 60k though so can still be beaten in AFL orientation mode. Would be unlikely though if we couldn't get there for the prelim last year that it'll ever happen.