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1  General Discussion / America / Re: Russian NRA Spy Arrested
 on: Today at 4:46am 
Started by AiA | Post by Richdude  
Panther wrote Yesterday at 4:50pm:
longweekend58 wrote Yesterday at 4:23pm:
Panther wrote Yesterday at 2:19pm:
Karnal wrote Yesterday at 1:55pm:
Panther's a member of the NRA, and he's not a spy.

Merely an Australian traitor, that's all.


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Ya got me there Karnal.....so observant! BTW.....just became a Lifetime Member....worth every penny too!!
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given that you live in Australia, what possibly value could it be to you other than fap material?


I get sportswear specials shipped in at discount at no postage from various USA distributors of survival goods......2 Australian sporting goods stores here give me a 10% discount (just show my card).....Movie ticket discounts good in any movie house in Australia.....KFC Discounts.....etc...etc....etc.....etc

And even if I didn't get anything for it, my dues goes to a good cause, & I just love the look of the shop workers when they see my firearm magazines coming through when I pick up my mail....jaw droppin' priceless!!!......The magazines I get at a discount too...forgot to mention them...

Enjoy this one....on me mate!! I get the real thing mailed in every month.....Free Wink


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That's the spirit panther. Smiley

Makes me realize how fortunate I am here. There are if I chose to go, 3 outdoor and 1 indoor gun range with a short distance of my home.

Last year I went for a ride and pulled in to a local 100 yard range. Very friendly bunch and got to fire just about caliber there is - much fun.

Its not that we have these facilities - its knowing that we have a choice. Its what our forebears died for - freedom!

2  General Discussion / America / Re: Putin coming to Washington, White House
 on: Today at 4:31am 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by Raven  
Richdude wrote Today at 1:31am:
Raven wrote Today at 12:43am:
Good to see the winner of the US election will meet Trump at the White House.

It will be a good chance for Putin to remind Trump about that video he has of Trump urinating on those prostitutes.


Your comments are so ludicrous only someone with extreme bias could express them.

You are talking about the President of the US - have some respect for at least the position and get your head out of the gutter.

Here's a balanced comment to help you by one of the most respected commentators in the US - Mark Levin.





Oh dear.

Alright everyone we are no longer allowed to make fun of Trump. Richdude doesn't like it.

3  General Discussion / America / Re: Keep Your Hands to Yourself
 on: Today at 2:39am 
Started by AiA | Post by AiA  
Unforgiven wrote Today at 12:53am:
Were the perpetrator's America-first rights violated?


Pussy-first rights - like Trump, that is what he thought he had. Funny thing is, that guy was there with his wife and ended up spending two days in jail ...

4  General Discussion / Feedback / Change the order of posts back to original
 on: Today at 1:50am 
Started by UnSubRocky | Post by UnSubRocky  
I hate the reverse chronological order of the forum.

5  General Discussion / Thinking Globally / Re: Inclusive Israel
 on: Today at 1:46am 
Started by Aussie | Post by Karnal  
freediver wrote Yesterday at 10:28pm:
There's plenty of roos in Tasmania for the farmers to herd. It's all in THE PLAN.


Yes, FD, but for some uncanny reason you don't see the Joos as a backward tinted subspecies like the Muselmen and dirty Boongs. Now why would that be?

You're not intact, are you?

6  Member Run Boards / Sport / Re: Tour de France 2018
 on: Today at 1:41am 
Started by Bojack Horseman | Post by UnSubRocky  
I usually see the Tour de France as a snooze fest unless something unfortunate happens. Same for the marathon. When that Scottish runner did an impression of me running home from the New Year's 2000 celebrations, I found that newsworthy. I was hoping that Michael Shelley could have done something like hurdle over the stricken runner, just to add flair to the event. But TdF does nothing for me unless there is a pile-up or something.

7  General Discussion / Federal Politics / Re: You should be able to say what you want
 on: Today at 1:36am 
Started by FD bring back mothra and JS | Post by Carl D  
Raven wrote Yesterday at 10:39pm:
You guys are arguing over a satirical news site?


Certainly not for the first time here and I'm pretty sure it won't be the last. Smiley

8  General Discussion / Chat / Re: Vegetables
 on: Today at 1:34am 
Started by Sir Spot of Borg | Post by UnSubRocky  
I would buy block cheese every fortnight up until the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Then, channel 7 did a story about one of the baton relay runners, Dean Clifford. I stopped buying cheese after that.

9  General Discussion / America / Re: Putin coming to Washington, White House
 on: Today at 1:31am 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by Richdude  
Raven wrote Today at 12:43am:
Good to see the winner of the US election will meet Trump at the White House.

It will be a good chance for Putin to remind Trump about that video he has of Trump urinating on those prostitutes.


Your comments are so ludicrous only someone with extreme bias could express them.

You are talking about the President of the US - have some respect for at least the position and get your head out of the gutter.

Here's a balanced comment to help you by one of the most respected commentators in the US - Mark Levin.




10  General Discussion / Chat / Re: Home remedies for cold's
 on: Today at 1:30am 
Started by Ajax | Post by UnSubRocky  
Growing a beard recently, I was pondering whether I have been doing myself a disservice. I figure the mustache is just collecting germs over the 8 hours that I don't shower.

Piss off arsehole, yourself.