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Old 10-31-06, 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by matagi
Ever thought about moving? How about Sale or Bairnsdale? Bigger populations so more likely to find some skinnier chicks.
Actually, Sale and Bairnsdale have lower populations than either Moe, Morwell or Traralgon. Plus they are more remote. More likely to find evidence of inbreeding, though Bairnsdale is more like Gods waiting room.
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Old 10-31-06, 06:52 PM
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Originally Posted by classic1
Actually, Sale and Bairnsdale have lower populations than either Moe, Morwell or Traralgon. Plus they are more remote. More likely to find evidence of inbreeding, though Bairnsdale is more like Gods waiting room.
Is that right? I always thought they were bigger - 'specially with the gas fields and all. Used to go to Sale a lot as a kid (sister's family lived there) and it certainly seems bigger now than it did all those years ago.

Well then, I guess you'll have to move closer to the big smoke if you want to view some more acceptable female forms. How about Pakenham?
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Old 10-31-06, 07:26 PM
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oh yeah, Brighton soccer mums!! Good enough reason to get out on my bike by 3:30
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Old 10-31-06, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by matagi
Is that right? I always thought they were bigger - 'specially with the gas fields and all. Used to go to Sale a lot as a kid (sister's family lived there) and it certainly seems bigger now than it did all those years ago.
Latrobe Valley has the power industry and the paper mill. The population in Morwell and Moe has actually decreased. Morwell was about 17000 at the end of the 80's - about 13500 now because of privatisation etc.

Sale has gotten bigger with some nice estates. Must be all those catholics breeding. It's a nice looking town but I hate the place myself - without really being able to pinpoint why. It's a bit cliquey IMO - National Party/cow cockies/landed gentry types, plus it slows me down when I'm heading east Luckily I now know a shortcut so never have to go there anymore.

The old Sale-Maffra bike club used to race at the RAAF base. Excellent circuit - 1.2km rectangle with big wide roads on hotmix. Closed off. Fantastic. I got a ticking off when I was a kid off an MP for riding onto the runaway/hanger area to check out the F16's.
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Originally Posted by matagi
Well then, I guess you'll have to move closer to the big smoke if you want to view some more acceptable female forms. How about Pakenham?
Pakenham Upper?
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Old 10-31-06, 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by classic1
Pakenham Upper?
What you do when you get there is entirely up to you.
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Old 11-01-06, 12:49 AM
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Originally Posted by matagi
What you do when you get there is entirely up to you.
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The old Pakenham Upper joke. The joke that just keeps on giving.
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Old 11-01-06, 07:35 AM
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This is exactly the sort of foolishness that's been sorely missed.
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Old 11-01-06, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by ed073
Utah....

Highest rate of anti-depressant use per capita in the USA and highest rate of private firearm ownership....and home to one of the largest organised "new religions"

***cough*** CULT! ***cough***
speaking of Cults, hill songs not doing bad for itself. taking 10% of participants income, owning gloria jeans coffee etc.

god is obviously a good business to be in! just ask the catholic church...
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NZ has its own fundamental cult/church called "Destiny" that seems to do very nicely than you for the self ordained bishop in charge. https://www.destinychurch.org.nz/

We were wandering past the local branch during a Saturday night service when the bishop was obviously in attendance. This I could tell from the line up of custom built choppers outside on the footpath. The bishop likes to ride a chopper and seems to have a number of outriders with him wherever he goes. It's a strange irony that the other organisations in NZ that do very well financially and whose leaders hoon about on hogs with outriders tend to go by names such as the Filthy Few, Head Hunters and Hells Angels.
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i do often wonder if its ever going to be possible to kill off religion. *sigh*
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If ya can't beat em join em. I'm going to start my own cult.

I'm not sure about the details yet but rest assured that all female members between the ages of 18 and 26 are in for the full sin and redemption package -even the fat ones. I'm willing to make sacrafices for my beliefs. As an added bonus Tom Cruise or Madonna won't be allowed to join.
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Will it involve spankings?

And after the spankings .........


(with thanks to Monty Python)
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Originally Posted by classic1
all female members between the ages of 18 and 26 are in for the full sin and redemption package -even the fat ones.


you are a generous man
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I'm used to fat chicks, remember?

Besides, I'm in the 'roomy' dept myself, so I can't be discriminating.
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Originally Posted by classic1
I'm used to fat chicks, remember?

Besides, I'm in the 'roomy' dept myself, so I can't be discriminating.
Oh no! I can see it now......caftan, excessive amounts of gold jewellery, receding hairline, expanding waistline......the horror! the horror!
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You got it baby. I'm working up to the guru version of defcon 4 - Demis Roussos without the beard.

Defcon 5 will be the beard and when it all turns to ****. ATF involvement, suicides, burning cult compounds, hitching rides on comets etc.



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So that's what living in Traralgon does to you.
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Originally Posted by classic1
You got it baby. I'm working up to the guru version of defcon 4 - Demis Roussos without the beard.

Defcon 5 will be the beard and when it all turns to ****. ATF involvement, suicides, burning cult compounds, hitching rides on comets etc.


Holy ****! This thread's gone from hot soccer mums to THAT in 20 posts!!! Oww, my eyes are hurting!!
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Originally Posted by matagi
So that's what living in Traralgon does to you.
I don't live in Traralgon. I work there. I live in Morwell.

In hindsight, posting that picture should get me banned. That kaftan is a furken disgrace. Definitely a guru look though. WTF did Roussos sing anyway? I'm sure he was famous for being the only fat hairy male singer in a dress until Boy George came along.

I might put that Roussos album cover as my avatar. Pisser. Is that his fish and chip shop in the background?

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Originally Posted by Wilchemy
Holy ****! This thread's gone from hot soccer mums to THAT in 20 posts!!! Oww, my eyes are hurting!!
I do my best.

Quick, post some MILF pictures before the tone gets lowered any further.
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My eyes!
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Originally Posted by classic1
I don't live in Traralgon. I work there. I live in Morwell.
Ah, Morwell - no need to say more.

If memory serves, DR recorded a pretty forgettable piece called "My Friend the Wind".
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Originally Posted by matagi
Ah, Morwell - no need to say more.

If memory serves, DR recorded a pretty forgettable piece called "My Friend the Wind".
I'm tipping his wind would not be friendly to anyone!

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