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Tesla    8,093
On 25/09/2017 at 8:51 AM, Jovan said:

Sleeping In.

Both a TTDIM and a TTIM 

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cadete    6,068

TTDIM: Winx finally racing at Flemington... only time I have seen her race in person before was against only two other horses last year in the Caulfield Stakes.

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bt50    3,235
6 minutes ago, cadete said:

TTDIM: Winx finally racing at Flemington... only time I have seen her race in person before was against only two other horses last year in the Caulfield Stakes.

Saw her at the plate last year when she brained em on the straight. What a horse

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cadete    6,068
3 minutes ago, bt50 said:

Saw her at the plate last year when she brained em on the straight. What a horse

Yeah, I was a MV Member but the Cox Plate kept falling on crap days so I have never seen her run in one and I did really know any other MV Members to attend Cox Plates with so I decided to give that Membership away when I got married. 

Being a MRC and VRC Member which I use together only for five days a years is expensive enough.

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bt50    3,235
Just now, cadete said:

Yeah, I was a MV Member but the Cox Plate kept falling on crap days so I have never seen her run in one and I did really know any other MV Members so I decided to give that Membership away when I got married. 

Being a MRC and VRC Member which I use together only for five days a years is expensive enough.

MV membership is pretty good value if you live in Melbourne. Prob a bit over the top if you live in the rat and only make one or two meetings a year though.

I prefer the valley to Flemington, (havent been to Caulfield) its just got a nicer feel to it. Friday night racing is fantastic. Had the pleasure of seeing Black Caviar, So You Think and Winx all have wins there too.

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cadete    6,068
2 minutes ago, bt50 said:

MV membership is pretty good value if you live in Melbourne. Prob a bit over the top if you live in the rat and only make one or two meetings a year though.

I prefer the valley to Flemington, (havent been to Caulfield) its just got a nicer feel to it. Friday night racing is fantastic. Had the pleasure of seeing Black Caviar, So You Think and Winx all have wins there too.

MV Membership is great value and they treats the Members well but I got no use out of it...

I also like the quirkiness of the Valley, my favorite track is Caulfield though because that is where I went as a Kid and the place is just the right size... also Guineas Day is the best day of Racing in Victoria. 

Also I find Caulfield is the easiest track to pick winners in Set Weight Events... the Valley has a much worse bias of course but the bias at Caulfield as they run down the hill is far more predictable.

 

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Inferno    32
On 05/02/2016 at 4:08 PM, Embee said:

TTDIM: Free wifi at work.

Which means all the Spotify and NBA League Pass I want on my mobile

 

EDIT: Just checked and it turns out I have Spotify on my computer aswell, and Youtube.

Free wifi at school does not irk me either. 

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Jovan    2,940
On 07/10/2017 at 5:37 PM, Hellenic Hero said:

Does it irk anyone? Hahaha

All your teachers.

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haz    1,991
4 hours ago, thisphantomfortress said:

TTDIM; @Murfy1 being back. Welcome home. Wanna come on Talking City? 

YESSSSSS 100x. 

This is how I imagine Murf

 

entelektualizasyon.jpg

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haz    1,991

TTDIM: Holidays around Europe for a month

TTDIM: Getting another Internship in Germany for 6 months

TTIM: German winter

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hedaik    2,620
3 hours ago, Shahanga said:

Tony Abbott.

has principles.

calls it like it is

Funny how the 'tells it like it is' line always seems to apply to fuckwits. 

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NewConvert    705
15 hours ago, Shahanga said:

Tony Abbott.

has principles.

calls it like it is

I'll bite. First it was Tony Abbot who said he was a weather vane and this week Julie Bishop (his deputy) who publicly asked to explain why he supported a different position when he was leader of the party. Now, I have noticed how often people overlook events of yesteryear and claim something that doesn't bear scrutiny. My puzzle is why do people do this?

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Shahanga    3,497
1 hour ago, NewConvert said:

I'll bite. First it was Tony Abbot who said he was a weather vane and this week Julie Bishop (his deputy) who publicly asked to explain why he supported a different position when he was leader of the party. Now, I have noticed how often people overlook events of yesteryear and claim something that doesn't bear scrutiny. My puzzle is why do people do this?

Bill shorten used to agree marriage was between a man and a woman.

For what it's worth I thought Tabbott explained the progression of his thinking very clearly in his excellent recent speech.

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Tangerine    24

FWIW - Tony Abbott has zero experience in the energy industry and should be treated as such. He may decide he has 'principles' from time to time but he doesn't actually understand the business world. Current energy prices have everything to do with politics and a lot to do with TAbbott.

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Tesla    8,093

TTDIM: When you're brain damaged enough that 21 Savage starts sounding good :up: 

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hedaik    2,620
1 hour ago, Tangerine said:

FWIW - Tony Abbott has zero experience in the energy industry and should be treated as such. He may decide he has 'principles' from time to time but he doesn't actually understand the business world. Current energy prices have everything to do with politics and a lot to do with TAbbott.

Biggest complaint from the industry side of things seems to be that theres no policy from the Government, hence nobody knows what to invest in. 

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