Keep towing the negative line with your Morris blinkers on champ.
It’s a real time
It’s a real time
Some of our footy against the cows was outstanding. Yes we leaked points. Am I pleased about it, no. But I enjoyed watching my team this year. Haven't done that in a few years.So you're satisfied with our performances over the last two weeks?
No threat in attack and leaky defence.
Sorry I have been reading the last few pages and I think I have only just cottoned on to the fact that QS is actually a Sharks supporter. So he's not a troll from another club? Boy, I had that all wrong.
It is obvious to everyone, even amoeba's on Saturn, that QS still holds a grudge on the way Bomber left the club. Or was shown the door. And fair enough, I agree it wasn't handled properly. But to say that Bomber is better than Fitz - geez, I'll have to have a good think about that...... OK, I've thought about it and it is a ridiculous thought.
This conversation is why I don't follow politics closely. I absolutely hate how someone can be so one sided and blind in their thoughts and not even consider their view could be wrong, despite overwhelming evidence. But they pig headedly stick to their agenda. It really galls me.
Ta for the bravo mate. I live in my own dreamtime these days.
Whilst amongst a city and everyone is on a time schedule, I wake when I feel, just like when people are on holidays. I go back to sleep if I feel, I go for a walk, or swim when I feel. Then when I need some cash I work when I feel.
I play guitar when a song is to be played or written, and I fear not to take that extra minute to have a stronger take in of air.
I now listen to classical and jazz music every night, it's very calming.
I have naught much money, but today for work I taste beer and share it. It's not so bad.
My mind is free.
Very much so. Thank you for asking.But..........................Are you OK at the moment?
Very much so. Thank you for asking.
For a long while I lived under what society considers normal.
I tried, and I tried again.
Wife, kids, job, house.
It didn't feel right in 1988, so i went my own way for many years.
I thought I was strong enough to be in the norm and live as so, but it only laid me down. Then it brought my partners down.
I lost my parents as a kid, many have, and I probably got an easier ride than them after.
I had to learn everything for myself from the age of 7. No role models, parents, or buffer zones.
I've struggled mostly, but recently I've given up the need to fight from what my normal self being is.
I am of Koori blood, and I love the place of my birth.
Kurranulla holds me towards our team in a different way to others.
Thanks mate, and very well expressed. It's tough, but when it's done everything becomes that much easier.I have long suspected that my brother and hear it loud and clear.
We are the Dharawal Orcas
The need to fight versus the want to fight is a immense battle till the penny drops. Giving oneself the permission to accept themselves is no brief battle.
Well done bubby