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another injury after a forgettable season. more talk of rugby league with sonny bill. withholding contract signing with the ARU. perhaps quadey is set to ride off into the sunset, and oblivion. he had his 15 minutes – even if they lasted for 4 years – and he hasn’t managed to parlay them into greatness. […]

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Whaaaat? Next thing we’ll hear is that women actually wear make-up and spend ridiculous amounts of money on personal “improvements” because it’s they themselves who measure each other on looks and adornments. Which is plainly silly, since everyone knows that men are to blame for everything… Stereotype look begins to wear thin | The Courier-Mail.

more cooper oops

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thank god quade was playing. he turned a really bad game into a…really bad game that i could at least enjoy because of all his screw-ups. how bad can he get? obviously there’s further to fall but gee it’s getting hard to think how else he can bugger everything up. i particularly loved the charged-down […]

Benched Beale

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2012
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whaat? they bring back mccabe – last night i heard it was for his “penetration skills” – and move barnes to fullback? does that make ANY sense at all? how many times has mccabe broken the line in attack? ever? and what’s the point of putting barnes, who is very clearly gunshy and will do […]

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one word – and rather ironic considering the nature of the story – sumes up my thoughts on THIS matter – JESUS! Women want the chance to bend it like Beckham, headscarves and all.

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is anyone really surprised by this story? i know it’s politically incorrect, but while i’m happy for the paralympians to have their moment in the spotlight, i cannot see the justification to spend millions of dollars to sponsor their chosen lifestyles. sure it’s a terrible thing that someone has lost a leg, or been born […]