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About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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15 Responses to LOL

  1. Bron says:

    Yeah, like such aggression is gonna get any support from anywhere. Tossers.

  2. woooo says:

    i saw the crew take down the banner when some trot steward bastard asked. what gives!

  3. C says:

    It has my complete and utter support.

  4. Kieran says:

    Nice banner. What’s so wrong with a bit of fucking swearing? Nothing could be more “Australian”!

  5. @ndy says:

    Well… I’m unsure of what the exact circumstances surrounding the removal of the banner were, and whether or not it was done at the request of rally marshalls, police, or both. On the day, I was told by someone who seemed to know that a request was made by a marshall.

    Enquiries are continuing.

  6. Dr. Cam says:

    In defence of trot steward bastards, the stewards were a mix of trots and anarchos – possibly more of the latter than the former, can’t quite remember. Stewarding was divvied up along gender lines, not ideological.

  7. @ndy says:

    OK so according to one of the organisers, police threatened to arrest those holding the banner. Consequently, marshalls — motivated by a desire to avoid such an outcome — requested that it be removed from sight.

    I ain’t no lawyer, but presumably the publication of the word ‘fuck’ on the banner — actually, fuck fuck fuck — is what police objected to, and considered grounds for arrest.

  8. Fascist Troll says:

    wht bnch f lmp dckd nggr lvn’ fgs. hhh thr s tgh!

  9. (A)dam says:

    well i was one of 2 people originally holding it up, and what andy heard from an organiser is true,

    the pigs came up and lost there shit at me,

    the steward was on our side but later in the piece when 2 of my mates held the banner up he came up and asked them nicely to take it down cause he didn’t want the fight with the cops … i got hassled about it heaps and i imagine so did the boys i left the banner with, the cops were just gaggin for a fight

  10. woooo says:

    i was a bit out of line with the diss. apologies.

  11. Thanks for the clarification (A)dam, and good on ya for hoisting the banner in the first place.

  12. Peaces N' Dreams says:

    Haha, isn’t that crown like all the one guy, that “smart, family guy fan, lot’s of friends who are girls, but no girlfriend?”

    I bet if no counter ralliers showed up, he would just walk on by. Sad.

  13. lest we forget says:

    scratch the surface of any of you clowns, and you’ll find the compassion you all express is only skin deep. under that cloak of self righteousness you’ll find self loathing. the more vocal you are, the more you try to mask your own bitterness. please prove me wrong, but i think when you’re all alone with your thoughts, your malevolence consumes you, and the outward expression of it is for purely selfish motives. look at me everyone, i’m holding a cool banner. fucking transparent tossers.

  14. lest we forget says:

    you like that one, mate? do you also like how your ilk are so quick to scratch each others[‘] eyes out for any perceived threat to their claim to the moral high priesthood. have you seen the doco about the bus for peace or something, i can’t remember the name. it was about a group of lefties on their way to iraq to protest the war. they started out all singing folk songs and shit and ended up tearing strips off each other. it was fucking hilarious. and to cap it all off, ol’ saddam insisted they shield radar sites and aa batteries instead of the hospitals they all thought they would be protecting. disillusioned, they all trotted off whence they came without achieving a thing. funny as it was, it clearly emphasises the inadequacies of the far left in projecting a coherent philosophy without destroying each other in the quest for the moral high ground. more poignantly though, it shows the conceited fatuity of all those who holds themselves to be morally superior to the society that allows them these petty [indulgences] in the first place.

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