Toward A Radical Political Economy Critique of Transnational Economic Laws

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 2020 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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6 Responses to Toward A Radical Political Economy Critique of Transnational Economic Laws

  1. Jamie R says:

    Sounds great! What EVAH.

    Oi Collingwood Crows first round. Ready. Real ready.

    And I thought, for someone so lost as you to barrack for Maggies, I’d post a tribute to the best Vic produced. You’re f***ing dirty. No doubt. But you produce some alright players. Or should I say, player.

  2. Jamie R says:

    Hey, do you know what happened to Raymond J. Bartholomew?

  3. @ndy says:

    You’ll find Raymond J. Bartholomeuz adjudicating Rock Kwiz.

  4. Jamie R says:

    Sometimes I wish I was born into the artistic birthplace that was once the capital of Australia called Melbourne where men can be taken to great heights in the Southern Hemisphere, but then I shake out of it.

  5. Jamie R says:

    This is crap, only highlights on You Tube is the 1997 State of Origin clash:

    I want the 1992 one, when a young Wayne Carey and the Jarman brothers struck absolute fear into the future of Victorian football as South Aussies dominated and crushed you. Those were good days, taking the wind out of Victoria’s sails.

  6. Jamie R says:

    I don’t think Victoria wants state of origin cause it fears us. They pretend. They fake. This is South Australia!

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