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"ballarat" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

The Christian O’Connell Show

05:34 min | 15 hrs ago

"ballarat" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

"Donated to see it. No, I believe you. That's all right, I don't imagine every teenage boys bedroom. What are you doing this weekend, Christian? Jeff, good morning, chef. Good morning. Good morning, Jeff. What Tommy knocking off today, mate. I'm hiring in about two and a half hours, I should be home. Yeah, and what's the highlight for you this weekend, Jeff? Taking this family way to ballarat. Hopefully up till caravan park up there, there should be some nice weather and some swimming and a bit of iron after a change. Awesome. What do you mean, hopefully? You know, booked it. Hey, kids. I play the united I take you on your ties a bit, but there's some core time. Chuck knows all about quiet time. So is that full stock if it could talk? It would say. Not me. Pixar should make no they shouldn't make that. And Jeff, you work today, Jeff. Yeah, actually, I haven't seen him since boxing day. Every day since Fox and dice, I go back to school Monday. That's kind of amazing a lot to the family side. I should be excited. I bet. There's still a safe apparently. Yeah. But it means a lot to you as well. Lady actually get ready to we should be living in a bad idea so first. Okay. And now for sure not to work today. Everyone calls him knock off. We're going to shout you a beer or whatever you want. What's the truth with buying huge Jeff? Anything you like. Mine would be nice. Anything. You're not fussy too. Could be cider could be beer. It could be a dry white wine. We'll go Corona. Corona. Oh, nice little lemon in the top, Jeff. Sliding it down the ball and enjoy that Corona. Thanks, bob. I have a good week here with your kids. And the mysterious, the lady. Shawnee, good morning. Hello, good morning, guys. Okay guys. We're good, Shawnee. And what time are you knocking off today? Okay, and then wash your highlight of your weekend. Okay, we're getting ready. We've got the New Haven market tomorrow again. It's a little island. So I think everybody should come down and check out H2O Rubin gifts. You go to market stall, do you? Yeah. Yes, we do have a market store. We do hydro plants. They look fantastic. What are they? So we take the plants with that dirt, so they suspended in water and you can get to see all their roots. And we make a beautiful hand made plants, which is a Lancia plant. Which lights them up. You should jump on Facebook. Have a look, page two O loving gifts. I have never heard of them. I've got no idea what this is. I need help. Wow, jump, jump on Facebook, have a look now. All right, and give yourself a plug. Where can people find it on Facebook? Well, it H two O H two, sorry. H number two zero H. We're at it packing them, and we're at the puna pas market, but tomorrow we're at New Haven. Gotcha. All right, are we just seeing that they look great? That's fantastic. Now for showing up for work today, they do look very good. We're shouting you a drink. What would you like, Shawnee? I'd rather build ins, any flavor enough. And we're down right now with some icing to keep it cold as well. Have a great weekend. Good luck tomorrow and New Haven. On a brighter note, you'll listening to the Christian O'Connell show podcast. So let's talk about next week. Starting Monday and running for two weeks every single day. Any moment you're on the show, we can change and have control over, you can, throw us 100 billboards, we can change 100 billboards, all those bid digital billboards, you see all over Melbourne, we've got access to 100 of them every single day, and it only takes about ten minutes from us typing out whatever message you want to say. Ask for whatever it is, jacket sends, and then within ten minutes, 100 of those mega billboards all over and we took one night, the big roots in the pan, princess highway, they all changed. Plus allow those like I think it's instant Kilda, and a lot of other places to the bus shelters are shelters. Just one message will go across all over Melbourne. So it's starting that Monday, but really it starts. What we want to talk about your next half an hour is we need a test message just to check the back end all works. So from midnight, Sunday, midnight going into Monday morning. For 6 or 7 hours, these 100 billboards that we've got. We can put a message on in the next half an hour that will sit there and go live at midnight. So there's not going to be like obviously tons of people driving around. But there are going to people on the roads throughout the night and going into an early Monday morning. We're looking for a phrase now that makes no sense, right? People will just be confused. We want to spread confusion come Monday morning. So can you help us? We're looking for a random phrase. It might be might be the punchline to a private joke, like one of the messages we had this week when I said, what do you want to up there starting next week from Alan? Chris, I'd love to have a message up just simply saying Bangkok. This is a joke at work with the guys every time Bangkok won 9 Bangkok comes on by Murray head. We go absolutely bananas at work. I know it's not much of a message, but I guarantee everyone that sees a ball board will be so confused. This at the moment is the kind of thing we want. Just a hundred billboards just simply saying Bangkok. Nothing else. And it might be two, three, four people in the whole city that know what that means. And we'll drive past it and go, I know what that means. Yeah. So it's like a giant private joke to Melbourne. So what is the random phrase you can give us? The Christian O'Connell

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"ballarat" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

The Christian O’Connell Show

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"ballarat" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

"Very powerful. Now, can you tell me this? Also, it's been put on by opera Australia. Is it an opera? It's a musical. It's a musical, yeah. It's not strictly a classic one. Yeah, it's not strictly like you want to understand what they're singing about. It's just they're doing these sort of mainstream productions lately. But so if it's an opera Australia production, is it going to be? What are you talking about? I don't want to go do the opera. Why? I want to go. You love Andrew Botticelli. Time to say goodbye. You love that. That's not right. But I can't do two and a half hours ago. Why are you going? Because we got invited, I don't know. Because Bianca said you had to go. You kind of think to go to musical. A month ago. That's the same way. I never have any say, once it goes into calendar, there's no say is there want to see. It's happening. We have no say in that. Yeah. And mom's got Gordy for the night at all. You can't muck with it once it's in the calendar. And Patsy, what's your 6 word? Audi refuses to wear trekkie decks. So today, school has got an excursion to sovereign hill, which is fabulous, the kids have been looking for a good old classic school trip here, isn't it? Yeah, looking forward to it. So when they go on excursion, they have to wear sports uniform, which at this time of the year means polytope in shorts. Yeah. And I looked at the weather map yesterday and I said, oh. It's a bit fresh. Or it's 11° in ballarat tomorrow with bane to sovereign hill before you know how cold it gets hail, 40 K wins today. No. I'm wearing shorts. Pick it off again. Oh shoot, no, I don't want it coming home with the sniffle. So you said she can't wear shorts. Of course she can't hit to live in degrees with the chill of 5. Okay, plus a mom screwed up taking a seat. Fur coat. No, she's wearing shorts and I said, well, how about we compromise and you pack your trekkie decks? Just so if you called, you can put them on some not doing that. That's ridiculous. And I said, were you going to be called? But she knows everything at the moment. She knows better than me. Oh, how dare she have her opinions? Yep, that's right. They do often hope better than us. Well, I had to get dressed in the lost property closed one time because my dad sent me to someone. It was a commish mash, wasn't it? Oh, the shame of going to the law. It was a threat, wasn't it? When you go, I forgot my kit. Well then, you will have to go don't say sir. The Los Angeles property. Ill fitting stuff is like a crop top you've got to do. Any workout, any mood, any time. That's what the peloton tread is all about. From interval runs that motivate you to go the extra mile. Power walks that work up a sweat. Rolling hill hikes for you to enjoy and full body boot camps to hit your goals. Plus thousands of workouts that go beyond the tread. Strength programs, four glasses, yoga, Pilates, and even boxing. Everything you need on and off. The peloton. Experience it all for yourself with a 30 day home trial. Learn more at one peloton dot com. The Christian O'Connell show podcast. How's your week going so far? You can tell us in 6 words kid has gastro more sleep, please. That's some John. John, we get everything that's going on in there. Sorry to hear that. Drinking with the girls and influx. What now aren't you? Or you have been. This is present tense there, aren't you? Got first in the cup, Karen. It will watch the race yesterday if you watch your party. Yeah, of course, but I should have put some money on it. Eddie McGuire pop up there on earth. And we just turned up. That's so my camera got first in the cup. Local sweet local pub suite was rigged. $8 a sweet third place. Wow, Chris really was a high stakes box. Two and a half thousand K 19 hour drive naked. Two and a half hours in 1990. How settled Monday moved in yesterday, that's from Matt, blackbeard, algae, driving me crazy, never heard of black beard algae. Is that a pirate? I don't know. See moved in next door? Pontoon? What is blackbeard? Algae. You're sitting in your garden or something. Hate my boss, I need tattoo. That's on Patsy. Little bratz stole the spider from my door. Halloween. So did you miss out on Halloween? Oh my God, they came around Monday and I was not the mood for I was in the middle of moving my mother or stuff and they came around to my house and I was just about to get something and the car was crammed into one of the most key and I just went, they went, have you got chocolate? We're diabetic. That, by the way, I next you know what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna get printed up science saying we're diabetic to give away to listeners. Then it would leave you alone then. They were just left us alone. My 6 word weeks so far is, so this month got two birthdays. My wife, and then my youngest daughter turned 16. Youngest daughter turned 16, she's having a party for 20 mates. This is when he's not bad, though. 20s a lot. She can handle 20. 20 after what happened New Year's Eve, she had a party you see that still gets talked about. All I can say would have been clear to say on air was, there was an. Aroma. We all know what I'm talking about. There was an aroma, okay? There was an aroma. And I was told to my face, dad, you're being paranoid. There's no Roma. The gaslighting you. I know. I know that aroma. You don't was cool once. I know, that's sweet smell. It's unmistakable, okay? Now, we've got some incense on a go. That is not ya Lang Lang. That's how you party these days. That is not your Lang Lang, so I've said they can't, I do not want to smell the waft of an aroma. Anyway, I said, do you know what, though? I'm gonna do something this year because you're turning 16. Dad wants to make you something. So I said to you, well, I'm going to make you and your mates a profiterole mountain. No, then I doubled down and went, no, you know what? I won't make you a profession. This is my 6 one week. I'll make you a donut mountain. So I'm going to make a donut mountain. Perfect.

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"ballarat" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

The Christian O’Connell Show

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"ballarat" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

"All right, textual 6 words. How should we go in so far? O four 7 5 O three one O four three. Jackie boy, what's it for you? Remind me to go to the dryer cleaner. I always forget about the dry cleaner. We've had a doona cover there since August. That's some record. So we're in November now. Today, how shall you call you? No. If it's hanging on one of those big racks, I guess, so suits, dresses for the cup, and then a duna. The other so I have trouble picking things up from there and taking things there. So if I put something in the back of my car, must remember to take that to the dry cleaner. It can stay in there for months as well. But after not having won a suit for three years because of COVID, for some reason I've got the awards night that we had on Saturday and now I've got to wear a suit again on Friday. It requires a suit. It's not like you. I'm going to the premiere of phantom of the opera. A tough time. I want you to sing along with it. I love it. I've never seen it. Yeah, you'll love it, Jack. It's very powerful. Now, can you tell me this? Also, it's been put on by opera Australia. Is it an opera? It's a musical. It's a musical. It's not strictly a classic one. Yeah, it's not strictly like you want to understand what they're singing about. It's just they're doing these sort of mainstream productions lately. But so if it's an opera Australia production, is it going to be? What are you talking about? I don't want to go do the opera. Why? I want to go. You love Andrew Botticelli's. Time to say goodbye. You love that. That's not right. But I can't do two and a half hours ago. Why are you going? I don't know. You had to go. So I'm kind of thing to go to musical. I'm not putting the calendar a month ago. That's the same way. I never have any say. Once it goes into calendar, there's no say is there once it's in. It's happening. We have no say in that. Yeah. And mom's got Gordy for the night at all. You can't muck with it once it's in the calendar. In Patsy, what's your 6 word? Yeah, audio refuses to wear trekkie decks. So today, school has got an excursion to sovereign hill, which is fabulous, the kids have been looking for a good old classic school trip here, isn't it? Yeah, looking forward to it. So when they go on excursion, they have to wear sports uniform, which at this time of the year, Maine's polytope in shorts. Yeah. And I looked at the weather map yesterday and I said, oh. It's a bit fresh, isn't it? Or it's 11° in ballarat tomorrow with bane to sovereign hill before you know how cold it gets hail 40 K wins today. No. I'm wearing shorts. Kick it off again. Oh shoot, no, I don't want it coming home with the sniffle. So you said she can't wear shorts. Of course she can't. It's a living degree for the chill of 5. Okay, plus a mom screwed up taking a seat. She in some sort of fur coat. No, she's wearing shorts and I said, well, how about we compromise and you pack your track your decks? Just so if you cold, you can put them on the mom not doing that. That's ridiculous. But she knows everything at the moment. She knows better than me. Oh, how dare she have her own opinions? Yep, that's right. They do often hope better than us. Well, I had to get dressed in the lost property close one time because my dad sent me to this one. It was a mish mash, wasn't it? Oh, the shame of going to the law. It was a threat, wasn't it? When you go, I forgot my kit. Well then, you'll have to go don't say sir. The last drop. And that mishmash of ill fitting stuff is like a crop top you've got to do. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. How should we go so far? You can tell us in 6 words Kidd has gastro more sleep, please. That's some John. John, we get everything that's going on in there. Sorry to hear that. Drinking with the girls and infamous. Well, now, aren't you? Or you have been? This is present tense there, aren't you? Got first in the cup, Karen? It will watch the race yesterday if you watch your party. Yeah, of course, but I should have put some money on it. See, yeah, no senior Eddie McGuire pop up there on earth. And we just turned up. That's my car and got first of the cup. Local sweet local pub suite was rigged. $8 a sweet third place. Wow, Chris really was a high stakes. Two and a half thousand K 19 hour drive naked. Two and a half hours ago. House settled Monday moved in yesterday, that's from Matt, blackbeard, algae, driving me crazy, never heard of black beard algae. Is that a pirate? I don't know. She moved in next door. What is blackbeard? Algae. Is it in your garden or something? I hate my boss, I need tats lotto. That's on Patsy. Little bratz stole the spider from my door. Halloween. So did you miss out on Halloween? Oh my God, they came around Monday and I was not in the mood for I was in the middle of moving my mother or stuff and they came around to my house and I was just about to get something and the car was crammed under one of the most gear and I just went, they went, have you got chocolate? We're diabetic. That, by the way, I next you know what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna get printed up science saying where diabetic to give away to listeners. Then it would leave you alone then. They were just left us alone. My 6 word weeks so far is, so this month got two birthdays. My wife, and then my youngest daughter turned 16. Youngest daughter turned 16, she's having a party for 20 minutes. This is when he's not bad, though. 20s a lot, Jack can handle 20. 20 after what happened New Year's Eve, she had a party you see that still gets talked about. All I can say would have been clear to say on air was, there was an. Aroma. We all know what I'm talking about. There was an aroma, okay? There was an aroma. And I was told to my face, dad, you're being paranoid. There's no Roma. The gaslighting you. I know. I know that aroma. You don't was cool once. I know, that sweet smell. It's unmistakable, okay? Now, we've got some incense on a go. That is not you. That's how you party. That is not your Lang Lang, so I've said they can't, I do not want to smell the waft of an aroma. Anyway, I said, do you know what, though? We're going to do something this year because you're turning 16. Dad wants to make you something. So I said, you know, what I'm going to make you and your mates are profiterole mountain. I went, no, you know what? I won't make you a profession. This is my 6 one week. I'll make you a donut mountain. So I'm going to make a donut mountain. Perfect. After the kids after they set that aroma. No aroma. No, ya Lang Lang incense. I don't want to smell anything. Other than too much aftershave on the boys in camera, okay? I'm going to make a donut mountain, but I need quite a lot of donuts to make a substantial good thing for her and her mates. Easier to stack though I imagine than profiteroles. Has anyone has anyone got any experience of making a profiterole or a donut mountain? Well, I need glaze as some kind of like glue. Will they? What about toothpicks? Couldn't use like put a series of toothpicks down or like chez lipsticks. But when the kids come in intoxicated. There's no Roman. And no toothpicks. But Christian O'Connell show podcast.

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"ballarat" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Old things. It's just like, you're almost there. Like, one step further. I just love that he said this to all of his people. And then he goes on to say a couple more quotes that I just found so delightful. He's saying the lack of desire only leads to sadness and indifference to sad communities sad priests or bishops. And then he says, it's sad when a priest has closed the door of desire. Sad to fall into clerical functionalism. Unlike, are you listening to yourself? It is sad. We all think it's sad that you've stripped desire away from your priest. That's exactly what you've done. If only they could. Only they could listen to. Get rid of desire in their priests. Wow. Well, that's true. But what you're like, you're stripping away any way for them, too. Perform. Yeah. You know? Yeah. It's just interesting, but I feel like this is such a prescient talk because it seems like I'm guessing most religions right now are suffering with this exact same thing, which is they are seeing their religions die from the inside out. They are from the outside in. Either way, it's shriveling. People aren't believing it the same way that they used to. We have so many things to build our lives upon that I don't think we need to build them on religion the way that people used to. And so they're probably seeing that people are doing these rote things their heart isn't in it. They're not connecting and they're not connecting and I feel like great. That's the kind of the death toll for religion. Hopefully, this hopefully pretends things to come, you know. Right. So yeah, well, can you reform it? And keep people in. That doesn't even need to be. What does it even mean? Have people left religion for different reasons than the Pope thinks? Yeah. Because that's what it's kind of says to me. He doesn't understand why people are like oh, I don't think he does. He recognizes it. He knows there's a problem. Yeah. He thinks it's because. They've lost a passion about it. And let's face it, mass is boring. Totally. Right. And so he's like, well, they just like being entertained all the time. And it's like, I don't think that's it. I don't think it's boredom. Yeah. Sir. Well, I think he needs to listen to everything he said. Listen to the things he says, listen when you tell people that they're being selfish because they have want pets and not kids. Exactly. Yourself some serious questions. Yeah. That's awesome. All right, well, I got another Catholic Church. Okay. All right. Also about priests and desires. Oh. Not good. Okay. There's some researchers down in Australia. They've put together a first of its kind project where they are mapping clerical pedophile networks. Oh. Right. And they're finding that they are quote mafia like. Really? Yeah. In silencing people or influencing people and how they basically vows of silence amongst the priests who are in the know and who protect each other and then like with the moving people around in order to protect that's gone on for a while. But let's see the first mapping effort has linked 99 clergy to 16 pedophile networks in the Melbourne and about a rat and another part of Australia. Ballarat diocese. Wow. It documents the oral histories of at least 60s or I'm sorry, 50 survivors who who maybe weren't sharing certain details because I didn't know that they were kind of important. Yeah. Apparently. And so the reason they're listening to these stories and they're like noticing links. So they're putting like they're connecting people in this network. And they're finding that it was far more organized. We've shared stories on the show before about there was this one group of pedophile priests that once they sort of groomed a young man or a boy rather, there was a specific crucifix gift that they would give him and then he has a sick. And then it was a signal to other pedophile priests. Gross. He was that he was an easy mark. Oh my God. And so we know that there have been like really organized programs, but this is actually finding that there was these networks throughout these dioceses throughout nations, essentially. I wonder, it's in Australia, but they suspect that they want to take it. And start making all of these connections to see how this web works. But they absolutely compare it to the mob to well they call them dark networks. Which are other sort of organized kind of dark web servers terrorist organizations have similar patterns, youth gangs, drug trafficking rings, price fixing cartels, and other criminal enterprises will have the apparently the pattern of this network. Interesting is identical to the same kind of networks the seas groups. Yeah, so I wonder, I don't know. I wonder how I don't get really how they come up with that network. It sounds really interesting, but can they once they kind of visually see the links between the people how I wonder how they're communicating? Is it all verbally? Do they send emails? Can they search messages between people to get a lot of signs and signals? As to how they identify and each other. And then the network, I think in this kind of case, you know who else is in the group? Ro do they know? Well, apparently it starts a lot of times in seminary. When they're it's kind of like a telephone problem. They start to connect and find each other. That early. Wow. And then they sort of know who each other are. They know who's who can be trusted. Yeah. Who can't be, and it's all word of mouth, right? And they connect, but they're doing it by interviewing the survivors and saying, well, he and he. Yeah. Those were the two that lasted me. And then other people had those exact same ones. Yeah. Through the survivors stories. Wow. It's fascinating. It's such a horrifying talk. It's horrifying. But what did beautiful thing? To be exposing it for what it is. And this is a sick criminal network. And hopefully it does go global, and then end to it. If that's even possible, I have no idea. Yeah, but wow. Pretty amazing. That is amazing. Well,.

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"ballarat" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Profitable. The amount of numbers they get there. And I kind of assume in this committee is thinking that I think will still be at the chance. I think they're in for a rude shock. I really do it because I think that was part of it. People would go to as I said, Australian racing is dominated by the flag. You go the races for four or 5 years in the row and not see your jumps race. It's all upstairs you've got this media that I think, which is Easter, by the way, so everyone's in party mode. And you go down and go down for a few days of racing. Have a great time out. You can watch some great maybe not from a quality perspective. You know, we're not talking Cox plates and everes, but you can go down with some wonderful flat racing, some wonderful jumps, race, and now that whole dynamic is going to change. I think it's very sad, but at the same time, I think it's very ominous for jumps racing Australia because Victoria is the only foothold now. And I suppose in the way, if you want to be involved in jumps race, and you're going to go and base yourself in Victoria, and that might build that up a little bit, but I think overall it's awful for the industry out of the jumps racing and I think it might be on the way out. Well, that's so many people who are going to be the jobs as well, which is absolutely no joke. But when ruby Walsh went down in 2015 and won the Australian grand national on is that ballarat race course, and it was on bash boy who seems to be a bit of a legend. He was 12 years old age at the time. And ruby going down there was a big enough story, but for him to actually go and win the race was just another example of his genius. Karen Marta, fantastic job, getting the horse prepped and ready to go and win as well. But that track ballarat is that now still going to be open or is that gone as well? That will be because it's in Victoria. I must have been I'm not really up to speed on the jump scene down there as I've said a few times I'm sort of grew up on the flat, but that's in Victoria. So I'll still have jumps racing there. But they held things like that. The grand steep will at poke bank now I would imagine, that's one of our biggest races. I would imagine that will be absorbed by one of the racetracks in Victoria. But I don't know. I don't know what the player it was. The thing about it is it came from left field. It was nearly no one caught a new about it until it happened. They didn't seem to be any consultation. Leading up to us is one day South Australia decided that they said, you know, you know, I used a government had chats with the committee or something and they decided just to close it overnight. It really was a bit of a shock. So I would imagine the bigger race has now well, I have to be running Victoria. That's the only place to run them. So the fact that they did that so quickly without any warning. Does that give you does that give you pause for concern that something similar could happen to flat racing in one of the jurisdictions? I don't think so, because you've got to understand over here, depending on which side of the fence you sit on, but let's be honest, flats huge jumps huge. We have two year. It's big racing by them. They're massive animals. In Australia, flat racing is huge. Trump's racing isn't and hasn't been for a long time. I mean, James racing has always to be fair being the sort of very much played second fiddle to the flat in Australia. I don't think it could happen to the flat in Australia. I mean, a racetrack or two could close, or suppose unexpectedly, but I don't think he could close down anything as far as that guy. But the other thing is too, you've got to remember half the reason we're fighting the penis of the world and that is we just know if we give him an inch down one a mile. So why are you giving up the bloody inch? Do you know what the main look? It's kind of, well, now that now they don't have to campaign about closing down jumps racing in the majority of Australia because we've done it for them. They've got on the Victoria and stalker. You're the only one who does it. It's got to be a reasonable and you know that. Spin it, they won't say it was an economic or anything like that. That was a bit. Well, all the others are seeing the light they know. It's cruel. What's your problem? That's it. I mean, we know what they do. Look, I actually believe that you should have activists in just about any industry, but sensible ones that are balanced. Because they keep people honest and they keep you aware. But when you get, I'm not trying to, well, I am a surprise. I can't stand the ones like Peter in that. I just think that with our lives. Listen, they won't come in and have a look. Look, I used to work in a big property uncensored Australian. We have what we call brambles out there, which are wild walnut systems. I know you don't really get them here. I think you get a few ponies or something but you don't get wild horses. You've got to appreciate what you do. That some of the properties out there are literally the size of the county. So you go at three four days at the time and the horses you wouldn't take bikes out to a lot of the country you're going through wasn't accessible on the bike. And you'd go out and you'd sleep under the stars of a swag and you'd bring those horses in. You'd bring cattle and whatnot and the amount of times you'd find the horse died on the ground usually from a broken leg because some silly bugger from either here brought over rabbits back whenever because of missing missing England decided they wanted to shoot a few rabbits. So they brought whatever it was in a dozen or 20 in the next year, you know, we've got 300 million of things. So these poor horses put a leg down the hall. They just happened like, I'd be blown on the ground for two or three days time. And we used to have to go for a long. I mean, I don't want to make people feel sick to the listening to this. But you'd have to go along the rifle straight between the eyes and shooting them. That's all you could do. Because you were doing the right thing because this thing was in agony..

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"ballarat" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

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Of course, in typical self loathing Melbourne fashion, everyone had a crack at the date of choice being April, whatever it was. Because of course the clashes with rammed four or 5 of the AFL in half. The most important heaven forbid we have two sporting events held at the same time. But, you know, at least it's in the defense of the April date at least it's that Rand 5 kind of period of the iPhone. You know, the Grand Prix and the AFL says news to start simultaneously. It was a clash of the Titans. So you get to understand those bit of try to give it some clear a but when it's yeah, I ran 5 to the home and I when we're talking, you know, north belvin versus golkar sons that ballarat. It doesn't matter. Yeah, I think if you, if you are a football official now, I chances are you're gonna get caught for ticket to me how. So you're gonna go to that. You're not gonna you're not gonna sign out to the corporate tickets to the Grand Prix. I think it'll be fine that April slot. Of course, an awesome date, so the weather could be temperamental. Dial it. I think glued around that time. So that was actually a lot rice. I don't think I thought about this. No, I hadn't thought about that. Is that the first time since, you know, whenever we weren't last time the first round of the season 2006 ish, that we're on the other side of daylight savings. What does that mean for the good folk of Europe who love to complain about the title? What is the date of the savings Grand Prix? Yeah, what's the weekend before? It'll be the week because normally the first week of April for Australia is daylight savings comes on. So and this is the 10th of April this right. Right. And also it starts to get Dhaka around that period and I'll have to be early on so you don't do it yourself any favors. Is this a subtle hint that it's going to the big winner in all this is again the favoring for the second reference of cows in this podcast today? The cast ice of Queensland who of course did a world famous referendum on oh actually that was corrected. I think it was south as Queensland that elected to opt out of daylight savings. So therefore I just had to be different in the whole thing. So, yeah. Yeah, again, but what other Formula One podcast will consider the ramifications of dialect savings to the Formula One calendar only this one. Yes, only this fun in fact. And look, I've just done some quick Googling. And sunset is at 6 p.m. on the 10th of April, which means the race can't start any lighter than three p.m., even though I would argue is pushing it, but I'm sure they'll find a way. Which will be 6 a.m. in London, so bloody hard enough because that's when this weekend's rises, that's one a.m. for New York and ten p.m. for LA. So that's okay, I think. In fact, you could do a bit earlier. You know what for the first time on this podcast? I'm willing to say, we should we should satisfy the American market. 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"ballarat" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Conversations

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And that far john beautiful trees. I love the mall. Look it so mixed species. Foothill forest is what it's nine as so foothill. Forests are the forests that are kind of hugging the bottom of the great dividing range. They're not the mount nash. They're not alpine forests and so the variety of the trees depends on where you are in the forest. Where i am here. It's very mixed species. It's largely mess might. But there's also a lot of sent bark narrowly penman candle bark. And it's just beautiful. And but then as you travel a little bit higher out to chewed and where it's wetter you get a different species. Such as brokers gums and the form of the mesmerize changes instead of branching early in more kind of woodland style. They get really toll. Amazing do you do you leave me those trees. What's your actual hassling. I live right in. i'm i'm light looking at all sorts of trees now and nestled. I think is the word. Yes and what birds are closest to your place. Then what can you hear and see from your yard. Oh wow well my best friends here. The white winged chef so for people who don't know what chaffetz are they're just wonderful and lacombe white birds that cruise along the ground in very noisy groups. And i've got to an avery rescue birds and when i go and put the food out on the compost ao perch next to me and coal and they bulge their eyeballs. They've got these Red eyeballs with pink skin and bulge. There is out as a excitement display. It's really funny. We've also got gang gang cockatoos. All sorts of honeyed is and because we're on the edge of the central victorian plans because we got the goldfields by region. Goes down onto the plane. I actually get occasional. Woodland birds visiting me and occasional wet forest birds visiting me like crescent honeyed is so there's a bit of a struggle and of course we get al's well. What about one bat slow. The places called wombat forest yet. I giggled then because it's such a misnomer should be called wallaby forest because this wallabies everywhere i've been leading walks and walking around the wombat for nineteen years and i was doing a lot of keyed education and i saw my first live wombat five years ago and yeah it was amazing and it was with a group and of the parents thought. I'd put a wombat statue on the other side of the creek to entertain the kids because they're very shy. You don't see them during the day and but it was just the wombat was firs and very still looking at us so it took. It took that long though before you spotted a bomb. Were the wallabies. Make give you if there are lots of those look. What wallabies a lot like most animals. It really depends on what you like. And what your life is like so when i had a terrier here the wallabies would run away and when i had a very elderly friendly dog here. They just are oblivious. 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"ballarat" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on The Property Couch

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"ballarat" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on AoS Coach

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"ballarat" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Hack

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Humans are responsible for virtually all of that and now really is indisputable that the burning of fossil fuels is actually cooking out planet to avoid the west of climate change. Scientists say we need to keep global temperatures from warming more than two degrees and even try to stay below one point. Five degrees of warming production gaga says. We're on track to hit that sooner than need sink. The lightest offices. Save report shows that at card levels of brain has gas emissions that we're actually on track to rage with that one point five degrees of warming above preindustrial levels in the early twenty thirty s. And so we will actually break two degrees sometime around. Mid-century unless tape reductions in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases like may sign. Actually report also focuses on specific impacts in our region professor. Lesley hughes is a spokeswoman for the climate council and she's contributed to two previous ipc say reports and she says australia's already warmed by one point. Four degrees which was above the global average. Australia resort considered one of the most vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change. The report doesn't pull any punches. It says that as woman continues we will get longer hotter dry. Droughts oughta heatwaves more bushfires. You know that black summer bushfire season won't be a one all it's really grim news but it's not all bad doctor. Guy says the scientists have found that there is still time to avoid the worst impacts if we stop fossil fuels and emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every single fraction of a degree really matters when it comes to climate change so yes we do have a certain degree of climate change. 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"ballarat" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Published...Or Not

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"ballarat" Discussed on Kush Conversations

Kush Conversations

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Kush Conversations

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"ballarat" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"In Saint spiders folding down on you? I'm sorry You weren't dreaming. It wasn't a nightmare. It's actually happening in Western Australia. Let's just all keep calm. Okay? Western Victoria, not western Australia, if only maybe the window, picked him up and carry them away. Clean Jasper. It's on ABC Rural reporter who's here to help us get around this nightmarish situation. Good morning, Clint. Morning, Clammy. Where do we find you this morning? I'm on a farm between coloration and harrow, and we're just about to start. Preg testing some youth say all part of the glorious farming cycle here this morning held before you get to the old practicing off the use. Can you take us through What's happening? I'm told that Spider's a raining down in the sky. Yesterday after yesterday's morning shoot. I met one of my friends for lunch in Bella Raton. She has just had a baby and mentioned on the way there. She was, like so many spiderwebs on the crab like, Yeah, not on the tram. And then as I started driving to the next destination, basically from Cholera at the next stop, was in like a bull at literal spiderweb. Just raining from the sky away through the power lines, senses hanging from trees just but trump big enough that you could see them doing that and on the road. Was doing a 3 60 of the car right now. Yeah, that body has attached to it. But this this is this freakish one off event or is this is part of the seasonal cycle of I'm not sure greeting and migration. Told My personal panic is a moment panic because the locals are very used to it and what I've witnessed is apparently quite a mild case was looking at some photos last night when I was trying to work out what was going on and in other years where it's gone quite cold quite quickly. Um, entire landscapes have bean richly blanketed in Spider webs. It looks like yes, the whole landscape is defending wrapped in one big Spider Web site. Thankfully, I'm not in that situation at the moment, but the locals are all totally chilled. Absolutely. This was saying, Wait till I get scolded. You see, even more of them, But I'll be back in moving by then. So hopefully I went about this sort of public service announcement that city slickers need to be aware if they were to encounter these everything is cool. Yes, I the spot is apparently cruel Tol the highest place they can win. It starts to get cold and stick their abdomens in the air and shoot out the silt So That put sends it flying across the landscape. Someone's take to decide. Same thing happened in your belly yesterday. Spider webs everywhere. Someone else's I'm in Western Victoria and currently freaking out. Glad I'm not the only one. But yes, I'm a farmer in Southwest Vick tweeted me when I asked if this was all normal on whether I should be turning around on d. Yeah, he assured me that it could potentially even this year. Get, um Don't wanna say worse, but a lot more abundant this bit more. We'll be okay. Well, thank you for the update, and to helping us perhaps calm down a little bit. Klinger, no way She's contest for their ABC rural Lexington, Waverly. Good morning, Jack. Good morning, Sammy Going What would you like to claim for your 10? What I'd like to climb kept food because I believe my two cats really helped during the meetings and negotiations, and in what way? Well, I think most people's animals joined in, and there's a room meetings and that top of thing during lockdown, and I think they really hope you're straining economy. Morale wa So do you think, actually adding to captivity negotiation? You know what? That night? How can you not negotiate when you're seeing a cat's face or Or all the dog jumping up on the on the bench or something like that. I think that that kept their economy going and Joe and their companies Look, Jack. I'm gonna get out on a limb off the back of my chat with Tim Low assistant commissioner and say he's probably gonna go for this. Well, I think that's extremely disappointing. Actually, you know, I think that's really disappointing for all of us. Pit on is and adopt aged during lockdown. Not to mention the cats. Little listening. Hey, what do your cat's name is, Joe? Well, I actually have Nelson on Di had circle, but Fogel actually passed away at the end of lockdown on now we have just adopted Barry from Ballarat. Brilliant. Well, look to them. That will to you. That will always be. It seems more than texted actions because that's not gonna be possible. But given the pet from us, Thank you. Bye. Jeez, jacking Glenn Wavell, its 25 past seven. I feel the need to sing you a song. This is one that Well, Every musical comedian has to at some point down the Peter Allen pets and Well, that moment came for me last night, so I believe Frost have another sound wizard and he's a wizard. Don't you worry. He's sweating from the temple. He is sweating bullets, but we're ready to go. Let's do this. Dean to city but always locked down from Paris. Auckland on old London town..

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"ballarat" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"If you like. Or alternatively, we could move to happy birthday. George Clooney Temple unmatched the best of 2006 or sports movies. Look, I think I might jump back to sports movie if that's okay, Phil. OK, Katherine is OK. Question Number four. Which 2000 and two British sports film stars per Minda, Niagara Kiera Knightley and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Oh, Oh, you're not like Um Mm. Mm hmm. No, I'm I don't know. Shall upon sorry. No worries that yet You have introduced the world to the Spanish flea. Thanks, Catherine, but likewise, by 1 308 100, Triple two is the number The Duchess is with us too. Hello? Emily Howell. I still can You hear me? Yes. I can hear you. Loud and clear. Did you like the Spanish flu? Good, Because I can have you made Thanks. Not very good now. Have you given it a thump, Emily? Work Have you given to the bank? Even know what a bang thump Give it a bang. I'll give it a bang on the right track it at Did you get into town today, Emily. Had not now I'm going tomorrow. Okay, good. Yeah. Now, I any guy at a like, I could go every week. But I have another being doing a bit of lessee up a lot. You know that. But I'm not going hungry or any thinking about I was any shit like that. All all the pets now ever seen. Sure, right, you know, running low on supplies. Have it. Oh, yeah. Keeping clear of camp for a while. You know enough, that's right off. That's very bad apart from there on the droid. I haven't got that thing yet. Well, you're not gonna get that, Emily. Don't you worry about it. I'm not worried. I am a little bit about that. Now I'm up to Can the Mara and up and I'm gonna get the Children get shot If you family Neither the pie stoppers and take me my life and then put people awake family. You should have a needle for that for that thing Anyway. For that, you should have a needle. You should have a vaccine for that in there that covered thing anyway. Out. What did you sign it? I said you should have a needle. You should have a vaccine. You should get a vaccine that shot No, I'm not having that. I've got it up seat. I've got other complications in my body. And I'm not having that buddy stuff. All right, I am runt again. That cases that can't that can't stay away. Shakes feel that held up. I've got other complications in my body. And I'm typing with all of the piece. I have cried a three different now, that's run and allergies and got nice. What? And that's why I've got to be careful what I had. That's all right. Emily, You just take a second. Look, I got mad enough. Well, that I should pay for that are well understand the sink. Well, let's not get into it him. Answer this person gave it never even What does family coming out with those charges? Emily what What? What Which 2000 and two British sports film stars Per Minden. I grabbed Kiera Knightley and Jonathan Reese, Miles. I walked up. I want a 2002 British sports film. Which stars Perm in the Niagara, Kiera Knightley and Jonathan Race. Myers. Oh, my God. My lobby. Look at just how lie to everybody at them at all the cake Well, and I'm real Well, I have a lot of, say, a big red hot. I No guy and garish said barrel on on the men. Friendship. Really, Jenny? Beautiful. Catch her, Ro. You, Emily. Hey, that's just off double with this. 1 308 100. People to Damon's in Perth collide, Damian Uh huh. So his aunt, just a nobody has that much energy level is 97 to be 98 in September. Which 2000 and two British sports film stars from India, Niagara, Kiera Knightley and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Well, not too good with movies. She's It was two sports film. Um I really don't like Good. That worries Thanks anyway. But boy 1 308 100 triple too. Rock on the sunshine casket. I broke Yeah, sure. Yeah. Very well wrapped a questionnaire before we're in sports movies a song. You don't ask me that shot. 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"ballarat" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"I been given a scoop. So great. Is this when you the listeners or as I started calling you lately? Listen, a PD a my source of all knowledge. Have informed me that there's no hard rubbish in Bendigo. Mount Martha Ship it in Ballarat Foster north. The list goes on. Didn't realize this. We need to maths will get you some answers. In the meantime, we certainly know that he In the immediate city and suburbs. Hard rubbish is, of course, a celebrated time of year where we can find things discard things reuse things, abuse things. But no greater abuse was sudden. And when a man Who describes himself as the king of lemons in Pascoe Vale. 312 limits from his trade left them on the nature strip for people to take one or two at a time. Returned half an hour later to find them all gone. Somebody had taken every single lemon in one Foul act. Legal Sure, probably. But moral We're not so sure. Here on breakfast will be talking to the king of lemons later on. This hour. As I ask you, dear listeners, what have you found on the nature strip? 1 300 Triple 2774 Lee ends in Apollo Bay. Nice place to Bailey, and it's a lovely place to be a semi Have you found something or discarded something on the nature strip? Well, it didn't happen in Apollo by. I just wanted not to, you know, be disparaging of Apollo babe people, So I put out a white cane chair and table said it was a little bit became something to unravel off the legs a little bit, but I put it on the nature strip. And it was collected pretty quickly, and the next day I went out no being brought back. Your own hard rubbish was rejected. Sick Berlian friend of ninth and it's okay for a few days and a friend of mine suggests that I put a Your style $20 sign on us which are deed and it was gone overnight. Did they leave $20? No, but the perceived value Well, I think I think the idea of getting something that had across three was more attractive than the furniture. Fantastic Face land. Okay, bye. 40 minutes past seven. So basically says one takes two in camera. You Milburn, Ian's distant appreciate her spoiled indulged. You are with your decadent, hard rubbish collections. Well spilled. Indulge, Maybe. But yes, they give a troll the leafy eastern suburbs on hard rubbish. Take good times. Someone says I found a solarium on hard Rubbish day..

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"ballarat" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Podcast 42

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"ballarat" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"ballarat" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

"An essay rooms dot net. But there are a number of things that i need to be talking about. We had on my very good friend pat gormley last week and we were talking about how pat lives in pittsfield massachusetts which is a twin city to a balance in county. Mayo and everybody. I in pittsfield is all excited. Everybody in ballarat is all excited. Because joe biden's family comes from ballot but in this little brief everybody in ballot seems to belong to that family. It isn't a coup christly isn't a cousin of them because it's a small town but well. It is a city actually and as cities go relatively small city but so is pittsfield massachusetts. It's not a huge city either so they're perfectly paired but very presidential city because the great mary robinson our first female president and hails from balan our well. They're in the process of creating a presidential library for quite appropriate that they can claim both an irish under married on the us president. Yes and that's very interesting. Thought i hope they do promote it. That way and of course. Mary was the one who was promoting getting this library. Built so watching. The politics of that was very funny over a good couple of year period but You know there's somebody silly things that make me laugh but in any event You can see me with mary. Robinson first female president of ireland in episode nine of travel. Tv with stephanie. Abrams which is posted archived at s abrahams dot net and it's called of olympic proportions. And i'm with mary and kenny. What did i say olympic. Oh shoot me thank you for. I need somebody to keep me. Honest of titanic proportions and mary. ann. Kenny was then the taste shock of ireland. Was there Mary's brother adrien. Who's an attorney. What a lovely fellow years and about three thousand other people piled into his little tiny town of lower dan for the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the sinking of titanic on april fifteen. Two thousand twelve and you can see all of that In episode nine of my tv show so to say dot net What was interesting to me. When i learned that my good friend mark. Leslie was on the line with us. At the moment. I earned yet again another award for truly award. Winning work easier for you to say. Watch your web at At the patrick kavanagh center in county monaghan ireland would. I didn't know until this moment when we were in the commercial break is that it's joe biden's father's side that comes from ballarat but his mother's side comes from county louth and where exactly county louth the family come from mother's side of the bike family come from the comes into cooley mansions which just above scheme where the patrick cavernous antra where. The great is epic the tale con cooling took place. The great brown was hidden in those mountains by king. Conham nessa to stop the the greedy queen may capturing it and this is an epic war that took place in the linage which for longtime was considered to be missick. But they're finding more of or archaeological evidence to realize like troy. It was a missile legend based on real historical places and events So there's a strong tradition of culture and poetry and patrick having a a very great poet. See greatest irish poet of the middle century from a very humble forming background. He's like robbie. He was a plowman poets self educated so convinced of his own genius. he didn't even have to stretch dublin. bitty walked anyhow and this proved his genius And paves the way for the poets three of the every day finding magic in every day. Thanks very much continued by famous. Haney who covers of similar very humble rural background and did a wonderful story of completely unknown. Shame ziti down to dublin as an unknown young man and deciding to pay homage to governor by going to the pub that he was. I'm to drink as a famous literary pub. And amazingly for non usa prostate awful when the great poet looked up spotted. The young man coming said he ne- question mark and he knelt it and without another word covered slid creamy pint of guinness across and caught up a less without saying another word and be astonished. Unlock said he's never anyone a drink. In his life he must have met a worthy successor. And why do you think that great nobel laureates carry the flame of a particular style mood at poetry founded by governor but through his knowledge of islands. Joe biden passed a lot of knowledge about governor on to barracuda bomb. When he was the vice president obama was the president and obama used to pepe his speeches with quotes from kevin rather than he just to be. One jump ahead to the. us pundits. You know who knew he. D inside backwards to decide the bookish bob to go one besser a quote he needs guru rather himself and that was thanks to joe biden housing the information on say they gotta learn guy. You really immersed yourself in a way that the average even scholar of patrick kavanagh's poetry. And for those of you just joining us. i'm talking with mark leslie He is responsible for building fabulous visitors centers all over the world one of his newest open. This year in county monaghan called the patrick kavanagh center. Patrick kavanagh I got lucky. Enough to be immersed in the life and times of and works of patrick kavanagh being taken on a guided tour by mark leslie and i found in thinking about the experience once we were out. The door is a small place but it is a very intensive experience being there. And when you leave you feel like you truly knew the man and you just come to visit him at home. 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Recapping Valorant's First Strike Tournaments From Around the World

Esports Minute

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Recapping Valorant's First Strike Tournaments From Around the World

"Fowler was relieved the summer. All the competitions have been ones that e Sports organizations paid to host. And while these events have produced Some solid moments. All eyes have been on Riot for how they'll begin to craft and Esports structure around the popular town. The first step was last weekend most likely of Legends Riot would worldwide with the first set of tournaments holding Seventeen tournaments in different regions around the world almost all were brand as first strike been the region so first strike and then a first strike you first by Korea et cetera, et cetera a few others were incorporated into other existing events like the ESL Thailand championship and mine skeevy XV wage. The notable Omission was China because the game hasn't been approved by the Chinese government yet. So that left three major regions any you and Korea each of these regions had the biggest prize pool for First Strike with 100 Grand a piece. We're still in a period of time where teams are figuring out who the best players are so big orgs are not yet dominating like they will in a few years in Korea Vision Strikers took down tnl Esports. Both teams were created specifically to compete in Ballarat and have no other rosters or prior history according to League pedia in Europe. The winter is recognizable as team. Heretics grab first. Second place was summoned F250 Valerie team looking for an org and but they find one and it was too big fan favorites who competed for the title as 100 thieves btsm the entire group of first strike in a was actually really big box. It feels like the only region that had that in addition to thieves and TSM. There were also Sentinels Renegades Envy FaZe Clan T1, and Immortals viewership was good to write games allowed KO streaming down. The fans can watch individual players perspectives big names like myth and ninja commanded solid audience during first strike n a it's too early to say whether or not Valerie will be successful. But this event went well things considered anecdotally the game was fun to watch even though I'm not a huge shooter fan. Normally, it seemed a bit less hectic than OverWatch. Even if it was sometimes hard to follow the action. That's something that every game goes through during first few broadcasts. It's just really hard to figure out what they should be prioritizing on air if Valerie is successful. We can say we witnessed a crucial moment in the birth of a new sport this past weekend.

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Weekend Racing Preview - Pakenham

Three Wide No Cover

05:48 min | 3 years ago

Weekend Racing Preview - Pakenham

"Get started where we always Josie track report. He's focusing on Paknum. Is that Roger Riot true good for for their cap. Mating expecting nightline around saw should be beautiful conditions. A little bit of wind. Fifteen to twenty five says Wesley. So it'll be in their faces in the strike but look twenty-five Kaiser that track is very exposed so you can be partial to a lot of wind but only twenty five. You'll have too much impact but if it does it'll be in a headwind in the strike. Usually we always speak abaout back. Nakas Nakas really. Low percentage apply but they even packing him a little bit. You can swing moored such a long strike. Get your opportunities. So I expect to play fairly daily but not as big a disadvantage being off the spade was a couple of other tracks like awful prices. spayed it's not such a big disadvantage banging packing on the the soft six a drawing soft six. We hope can help these conditions move on the worst of that five and the troops truce off six just going to have have to say this race play. These track plays. I think it's in that because they've obviously had to irrigate heavily throughout the WACO. I just can't imagine come rice my warning that track. He's a fix it from the way that we've got coming up. So this is one of those guys. Josie we talk about it. You can get the older. One is my wife until the day before. Let's apply on the die in. Let's have good advice there are. We have pointed caveat here we're going to cover off plenty of rice from packing them and then we're going to have the group stop. Where else would we stop the sports bed packing them? Cop shows you might not be the the greatest of fields but there is definitely a winner here to be fan and the boys duvall on sacred buys is your fiber to two dollars. Forty five Chapada at six dollars ca calves off at seven dollars credence seven fifty nine dollars. Fifty Midterm Return Twelve Bucks back then the bottom the big awards strapping. Who they're at the doors Josie the Matt Pretty Canaan Valiquette Alec Is? Let's be honest does Ram trucks. y'All want me having a sin south probably get up there. I'm I absolutely the Rondo full with James Locks to go forward meet term probably lost two weeks ago with a capital loss whenever it was to actually go run away to go forward guys horses and usually put some genuine Tampa sacred wise and Chapada. They've got sticky guides. It'd just be interesting. I think Chapada probably goes back sacred on the seven day backup. Wouldn't be surprised if they beat. The bullet sort of went forward and try to find a spot of us even want to be posted. Three Ward Dare nightside with no Kebab imortant just carry much just bought the bulletin go forward and if it does find a spot I think it is the winner or I have marked opted to thirty four. I think the price is pretty good at the moment tales. Forty five dollars fifty. You can get. I think he's got to be Mardi heart debate. I think he's just the raw vine form fourth up here. He's on the quake seven dieback which we love. We ask dying offices. He's very good at many valley. It was only moderate Tampa but hyman about eleven on last week which is pretty good for the die. He's got twenty four hundred meter win at core field backing April and that was in good time ran a terrible light section. But it doesn't matter if you're on like section. It's terrible if you live in front who absolutely ks not may not getting that I am with sacred I I think he's perfectly placed. Twenty five hundred meters. No concern has one of the twenty four caufield teamwork. And he's a really good bit very good Josie and instead you have to give this pushes is wow. You're be very keen on cigarettes yell at the process of live nation. When you look at the field what invading? He tends to pick himself. Lock the backup as well as three eight nine cava facing the braves. It was a solid test to bait rupture who ran quite well in Bendigo Cup on dog running that Benny. CK kept backing behind. Him Wasn't too far beyond him. Control on through that the cows off he loomed to win but then didn't unquote run an ad. It at Ballarat Ballarat sports bit Beller at Cup. So more question Maki's a strong two thousand five hundred for Loyd cows off at that value. He was fourth close. But I can't seem running strong twenty-five and Beta sake replies if you look carry and you're running the best in the rice with the lack of speed I think across in use it and then lock and load after the first four hundred Maracaibo is interesting drawn. Lie He can roll. Fold and hold a Pasi Savvy Oak just court shaw with him but I think Chapada is the is the binding and the reason for that. He's got attach a class in a little bit of expecter about him and I'll side is because he still a young horse trying to form. These Weinstein ranks third against the autumn Sun a group living in Sydney and and then the southern France. He wasn't far off at seven France. who was you know some form of Melbourne Cup? Chance going into that Mobile Cup this year. So he's drawing awkward could but he's got fifty five and a half if he can find tile and get some Cabot Chapada up. Capitalism is a danger to sacred on the backups differently. The debate Vandeweghe because he can in sty. He'll run the two thousand five hundred and he's drawing low and you'll get a soft around. I think the full wakes fresh. He's the value so I'm gonNA clued in time. Rice moldy a little bit lighter. We'll talk to that right. A choice they josie just very quickly. You spoke about the Quick Seven Day backup has backed up. Before Sake reply back it was twelve hundred boy. Mouse Madrid renforce. Enforce was twenty to one side nine on the quick seven day. Backup

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