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bruce

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And don't forget Kiss
ok...before I report you to Tahjay and get you banned for life...

Erin Molan's comments show a different attitude to multi culturalism than you would generally see or hear in NZ. That is except for the few right wing dinosaurs out there.

Is that an Australian thing? Talk to any Asian and they definitely think so,
 
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Gizzyfan

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I do not like racism, living in Aussie I was surprised by how open they were with their racist comments. When we came home being white I heard Kiwis saying the same things privately. My view is things are getting better than what they were, especially in those private comments.

To that end the Aussies are more honest about their racism
 

bruce

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To that end the Aussies are more honest about their racism
I remember years ago when I was in a menswear shop in Kogarah, Really nice Lebanese guy. He said to me " A Kiwi eh, the Aussies accuse me of doing to camels what you guys do to sheep!!" 🤣 🤣

The Chinese people in particular find the Aussies very frustrating. They don't say anything to the Aussies, only to people they trust.
 
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gREVUS

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I do not like racism, living in Aussie I was surprised by how open they were with their racist comments. When we came home being white I heard Kiwis saying the same things privately. My view is things are getting better than what they were, especially in those private comments.

To that end the Aussies are more honest about their racism
i have given up trying to explain things to them, its like they just dont get it, most common reply is no we're multiculural, see all those greeks, and italians we have. also theres heaps of chinese living in box hill.
 
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Worried2Death

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Mar 6, 2016
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Alleged some of Clearys flat mates and friends crossed into Queensland using a false freight pass to attend the grand final
No respect these kids, probly the same coked-up entitled little punks who wrecked the trophy and made a mockery of it was it, wouldn't have happened back in Joey Johns and Locky's day.

 
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matiunz

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Jul 15, 2013
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And NC to be spoken to by Integrity Unit.

Not sure what the NRL is coming to if they make players responsible for actions of their mates
Yeah I thought that was a bit tough to judge him on the actions of others. On the news it said the investigation point was wether Cleary had prior knowledge etc which I guess if he helped plan it might be a different story
 

bruce

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Mr Dragon

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No respect for tradition...arseholes!!!
Is that the same statue that used to be the Winfield cup? or is it just a copy?
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snake77

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It was weird when they removed cigarette sponsorship. More as Winfield Cup was so synonymous with the competition. Even though a change of sponsorship would of changed the name anyway just like we now have the Telstra Premiership. Although the NRL name probably trumps that.

I know the Panthers have been given a please explain around the damage to the trophy. This will soon blow over and be talked about like the Raiders damaging it and putting a towel around the bottom for a few parades. A bit easier for the Raiders with no social media back then.

At least their clubs have won the thing which puts then in a position to damage the trophy.
 

Miket12

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Apr 20, 2012
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And NC to be spoken to by Integrity Unit.

Not sure what the NRL is coming to if they make players responsible for actions of their mates
I'm just wondering if he supplied them with tickets knowing they couldn't get there without breaking the rules. Otherwise, I can't see any reason why he would be responsible either.
 

matiunz

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I'm just wondering if he supplied them with tickets knowing they couldn't get there without breaking the rules. Otherwise, I can't see any reason why he would be responsible either.
News mentioned he was being questioned about ‘prior knowledge’
 
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