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Throw something on the Barbie mate while we worship the four wheeled God…



Just a short post to explain that I will not be available to the blog over the weekend because I’m off to a rare gathering of the Hall brothers all in one place, where we expect to talk much bullshit have a few drinks (well the others might but I can’t 😦  ) and solve all of the problems of the world, bring about world peace and to prove that the worship of the four wheeled God is the only true way to spiritual nirvana   …

Ok maybe only some of that is true but the wash up should be that I hope to have a nice weekend away with some good food and fellowship.


Cheers Comrades


includes free steak knives



  1. James says:

    For goodness sake Ian, I thought to start with, this was going to be a good news story, but then I got to the bottom and saw that (Rest of comment edited to remove pointless and irrelevant personal remarks)

  2. GD says:

    Well may you say, Iain, that you worship the four-wheeled God, however some of us worship a different God.

    Rather than hot wheels we worship the six-string guitar

    Please pay homage…

  3. Ray Dixon says:

    I’ll go with GD’s obsession – at least it makes a better noise.

  4. Iain Hall says:

    What is better music than a well tuned vintage car engine? You have the purr of the exhaust, the raspy sound of the induction roar and the gentle ticking of a mechanism well enough made to last more than a man’s lifetime….

    Pure bliss my friends…

  5. Ray Dixon says:

    Iain, every time one of those ‘well tuned vintage car engines’ roars purrs past my house it interrupts the digital TV signal. Sometimes we get groups of bikies/bikers going past and the interruption and noise is palpable.


  6. Iain Hall says:

    The muffler is a namby-pamby sop to the girly-men who lack the cahones to drive cars and bikes at full noise the way that the good lord intended.
    As for your digital TV signal well if they are saving you from watching Saint Kilda disappoint you, again, this season will that really be such a bad thing?


  7. Ray Dixon says:

    The sound waves from those unmuffled monsters does not affect Foxtel, Iain, only free-to-air digital TV. Foxtel comes via sattelite and fortunately they show all AFL games (without those annoying ads after every goal). Although the sattelite signal does get affected by storms and/or heavy rain. But yeah, the way the Saints are deconstructing their side by letting their best players go to other clubs while not recruiting themselves I might cancel Foxtel altogether!

  8. Iain Hall says:

    Ray take it form me even the loudest muffler makes no difference at all to your TV reception, however unsuppressed ignition systems may create the right sort of EM radiation to do so.

    Well cancelling Foxtel might be a good start, next we have to work on your addiction to sport in general, my question is are you tough enough to go cold turkey?

  9. Richard Ryan says:

    ” Throw something on the Barbie-” what about that political thief George Brandis—-

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