Rumour Tigers Premiership Player - Sly bag exchange after game

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ShaunWDT

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Me and the boys were all kicked out of Revs once after a security guard heard us all exchanging watches and giving each other the time in the toilet stall.

Just a big misunderstanding.
You lost me at getting kicked out of Revs, you'd have to king hit someone to get thrown out 😂.
 

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If it were a watch that he was being paid to wear, why did the ‘watch dealer’ hand it to him in a manner such to attempt to conceal the ‘deal’ and why did Short go on to conceal it? If you were being paid to wear a watch, wouldn’t the point of that be to make sure it was seen?
I mean if we really believe AFL propaganda like this we are just ******* idiots
 

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Engimal v3

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I know a bloke who retired from North less than ten years ago, and I can tell you there is plenty of coke at North, plenty of other stuff also, from the leaders to the fringe players. Every club would be the same.
Last I heard is that they boys all queued up in front of Todd Goldstein and he held them upside down by their ankles for 30 seconds to get a sick head rush
 

Atomboy

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If it were a watch that he was being paid to wear, why did the ‘watch dealer’ hand it to him in a manner such to attempt to conceal the ‘deal’ and why did Short go on to conceal it? If you were being paid to wear a watch, wouldn’t the point of that be to make sure it was seen?
I believe it was an ankle watch, which was the style at the time.

Now, to take the ferry cost a nickel, and in those days, nickels had pictures of Dusty Martin on them.
 

Mudman85

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I believe it was an ankle watch, which was the style at the time.

Now, to take the ferry cost a nickel, and in those days, nickels had pictures of Dusty Martin on them.
Love an obscure Simpsons reference.

Give me three martins for quarter you’d say. But the important thing was I had an ankle watch. Which was the style at the time.
 

raymond35

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Hypothetically, wouldn't it be easier for the AFL and the Tigers to just punish the guy and distance themselves from his actions, rather than cover for him?
Indeed it would. However, the cover up and treating the public like idiots is such standard AFL procedure that people just assume that's what's happening again.
 

raymond35

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Is it actually, or do people just want this to be the case, so they've got something big and bad to rally against?
Yes it is.
Examples.
The cover up- Everything they did during the Essendon drug scandal.
Treating the public like idiots- Using the covid season as an excuse to bring in short games, long ad breaks, extended gf half time and night grand final.