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A Gesture of recognition – a WA bloke withdrawals money from an atm for a homeless stranger that he had just met, to buy her a plane ticket to get back home to her family overseas… see here

An “only in Australia” moment…

North Adelaide Noarlunga Oval – A large brown snake became an extra body on the ground to cause havoc at a SANFL game – but this time there was no need for a tribunal hearing. The dangerously evasive recruit forced play to halt in the second quarter of the trial game between South Adelaide and the reigning premier Roosters after a boundary umpire saw it sneak into the forward pocket at the southern end of the ground.

As the players quickly parted, the large brown snake slithered across the ground and officials decided to take the halftime break a bit earlier than the timekeepers had planned as they called in the services of a snake catcher. South Adelaide chief executive Neill Sharpe said it didn’t take long for the players to react when the venomous intruder started making its way across Noarlunga Oval.

“The boundary umpire noticed it and then the players noticed it and it was right on halftime, so we decided to go in (to the rooms),” Sharpe said. “It made its way across the oval and by that time we had called the snake catcher and they came and grabbed it. “The girl who turned up to grab the snake just jumped out of the car, picked it up by the tail and put it in a bag and it was all done. “The players couldn’t quite believe it and nobody was too keen to go near it.

Source: News.com.au/sport/sportslife – March 16 2019

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Australia’s Kiwi-born television stalwart & satirist John Clarke died back in 2016 at the age of 68 after collapsing while hiking in the Grampians National Park in Victoria… John moved to Australia in 1977, first introducing Australians to his character, the Kiwi farmer Fred Dagg before going on to work in other rolls including a combined “Duet” with fellow satirist Brian Dawe in deadpan pillories of bureaucratic life.

 “She’ll be right mate…”


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Coaching Boys into Men – Australia & New Zealand…

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The RED PILL… Are the Cards Stacked Against Men? Many in our Communities (including Women) think so: Andrew Bolt interviewed Cassie Jaye the Censored Filmmaker of the movie – the Red pill…

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There appears to be a stigma that all me are “bad boys” as overemphasized by some feminists – even in Australia, more on the Red Pill saga, watch it here:

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