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  • #31
    But the greatest ever one liner in history goes the Spartan king who replied to Phillip the 2nd.
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    • #32
      As useful as taste buds in an arse hole
      Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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      • #33
        "Somewhere, there is an entire group of people with no luck at all, because you are using it all up."
        From The Lazarus Man (1996).
        Last edited by MrCarbine; 24-04-2022, 12:40 AM.

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        • #34
          When you go home tell them of us and say…

          “For your tomorrow we gave our today.”

          ​​​​​​
          Remember them.
          "If we meet offline and you look nothing like your Pics...You are buying me drinks until you do!"

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          • #35
            "You can only piss with the cock you got." no point talking about what you could of done with something else... Just work with what you got at hand.


            "Not here too fk spiders" pretty much sums up... I'm not fkn around.. Getting the job done

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            • #36
              Old goldie

              "Couldn't organise a root in a brothel with a fist full of fiftys" cleaner version "couldn't organise a rock fight in a gravel pit" useless at organising.

              "fair dinkum you could make two planks of wood, look like a fkn computer" not so smart.

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              • #37
                Another good one was.

                "Like throwing a snag down the kalgoorlie super pit" she's a bit loose around the edges or completely flogged out.

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                • #38
                  "He's as much use, as a one legged man in an arse kicking competition..."
                  "If we meet offline and you look nothing like your Pics...You are buying me drinks until you do!"

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                  • #39
                    "Oh, my ways are strange ways and new ways and old ways;

                    And deep ways and steep ways and high ways and low... I

                    'm at home and at ease on a track that I know not and restless and lost on a road I know."
                    "If we meet offline and you look nothing like your Pics...You are buying me drinks until you do!"

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                    • #40
                      "Older the Bull... Stiffer the horn!"

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMDHdt8WIwE
                      "If we meet offline and you look nothing like your Pics...You are buying me drinks until you do!"

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                      • #41
                        Keep poking away in the middle if the sides want a bit they will come in for it.
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                        Don’t poke the snake, walk around it and come back later with a double-barrelled shotgun and blow its [email protected]#!ing head off!.

                        Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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                        • #42
                          “Early to bed and early to rise probably indicates unskilled labor.” – John Ciardi
                          I have more guns than I need but not as many as I want

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                          • #43
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                            Don’t poke the snake, walk around it and come back later with a double-barrelled shotgun and blow its [email protected]#!ing head off!.

                            Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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                            • #44
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                              Don’t poke the snake, walk around it and come back later with a double-barrelled shotgun and blow its [email protected]#!ing head off!.

                              Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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                              • MrCarbine
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                                ...and yet it has come to that. The Diggers are rolling in their graves.

                            • #45
                              Lots of quotes and some wise words and recollections from the one percenters./


                              Its great gettin called a 1%er....
                              This special group was born between 1930 & 1946 = 16 years.
                              In 2022, the age range is between 76 & 92.
                              Are you, or do you know, someone "still here?”
                              Interesting Facts For You . . . .
                              You are the smallest group of children born since the early 1900's.
                              You are the last generation, climbing out of the depression, who can remember the winds of war and the impact of a world at war that rattled the structure of our daily lives for years.
                              You are the last to remember ration books for everything from gas to sugar to shoes to stoves.
                              You saved tin foil and poured fried meat fat into tin cans.
                              You can remember milk being delivered to your house early in the morning and placed in the "milk box" on the porch.
                              You are the last generation who spent childhood without television; instead, you “imagined” what you heard on the radio.
                              With no TV until the 1950s, you spent your childhood "playing outside." There was no Little League.
                              There was no city playground for kids.
                              The lack of television in your early years meant that you had little real understanding of what the world was like.
                              Telephones were one to a house, often shared (party lines), and hung on the wall in the kitchen (no cares about privacy).
                              Computers were called calculators; they were hand-cranked.
                              Typewriters were driven by pounding fingers, throwing the carriage, and changing the ribbon.
                              'INTERNET' and 'GOOGLE' were words that did not exist.
                              Newspapers and magazines were written for adults and the news was broadcast on your radio in the evening.
                              New highways would bring jobs and mobility.
                              The radio network expanded from 3 stations to thousands.
                              Your parents were suddenly free from the confines of the depression and the war, and they threw themselves into working hard to make a living for their families.
                              You weren't neglected, but you weren't today's all-consuming family focus.
                              They were glad you played by yourselves.
                              They were busy discovering the postwar world.
                              You entered a world of overflowing plenty and opportunity; a world where you were welcomed, enjoyed ourselves and felt secure in your future although the depression poverty was deeply remembered.
                              Polio was still a crippler.
                              You came of age in the '50s and '60s.
                              You are the last generation to experience an interlude when there were no threats to our homeland.
                              The second world war was over and the cold war, terrorism, global warming, and perpetual economic insecurity had yet to haunt life with unease.
                              Only your generation can remember both a time of great war and a time when our world was secure and full of bright promise and plenty.
                              You grew up at the best possible time, a time when the world was getting better...
                              You are "The Last Ones."
                              More than 99% of you are either retired, and you feel privileged to have "lived in the best of times!"
                              Amen!
                              It’s great being part of the 1% Special Group!



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                              Don’t poke the snake, walk around it and come back later with a double-barrelled shotgun and blow its [email protected]#!ing head off!.

                              Australia in future, the outcome is the same, a bloody dictatorship run on the whims of a very few ego-centric pathological elitists.

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