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  1. Thread: Ekers

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    Re: Ekers

    Cam Wight?
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Cheers mate, I will try to get one.��
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    Re: Delists, Retirements - 2020

    Ouch!



    I don't think that you can do both. It's a philosophy thing and either you go to the draft and go with kids or you think that you're in a position to take shortcuts and still achieve...
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Having given up smoking in April I have been putting away my loose change. I've got over a $1000 in good coins alone so I'd happily pay that price. With Coronavirus work has been insanely busy too...
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    You may be thinking of a similar size/formatted book called The Clubs I think Easty.
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    Re: Serious allegations against Elijah Taylor

    That's how I read it too.
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    Re: Interview With Doug Hawkins

    The week before was our first MCG final in 24 years. R1 was the first time we'd beaten Carlton at Prince's Park since 1964.



    No 50 back then.
  8. Re: Who Are The Best Second Tier Players In The Competition?

    Pretty much the entire Essendon list is second tier. Or they would be on other clubs lists, it's just a matter of degrees as to whether they would be on the "best" second tier. Maybe a guy like Joe...
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    For some reason I have the hardback and the softback copy of that book.
  10. Re: The nostalgia series - four years ago today, our final against the Hawks

    I burped on the Albert Park tram once during GP week and people walking on the street heard it over the F1 cars.
  11. Thread: MVP Award 2020

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    Re: MVP Award 2020

    They definitely won't know the names of any other players nominated. Doesn't matter they will just say that Dangerfield was nominated and leave it at that.
  12. Re: The nostalgia series - four years ago today, our final against the Hawks

    Biggest burp? That's a fair effort.
  13. Thread: Essendon

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    Re: Essendon

    Essendon supporters like to point out that Smith won the B&F but with all due respect to them that's a bit like being the best looking member of the Bolshevik leadership in 1918. It's all relative.
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  14. Re: The nostalgia series - four years ago today, our final against the Hawks

    I haven't been able to read my copy yet. Every time I pick it up and start reading I'm balling my eyes out after two pages.*




    *True story.
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    Re: Interview With Doug Hawkins

    That pass to Edmond was perfect.
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    I'd forgotten about the rumble of noise engulfing us. I can remember the ball sitting upright and then breaking like one of Warnie's wrong 'uns and then the wall of noise hitting us.



    Have I...
  17. Thread: Essendon

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    Re: Essendon

    His, ours or their lols?
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    Poll: Re: Can we win the flag this year?

    who you tryna get crazy with ese dontcha know i'm loco



    https://youtu.be/dzvC2JP8V2E
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    Re: Congratulations Mitch Wallis - 150 Games

    The AA team is almost as big of a rort as the NAB Rising Star is.
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    Then when the game had finished I just ran. By the time I got out the front f the unit we were living in I was yelling "*!*!*!*! yeah, grand final, *!*!*!*! yeah." Son was right behind me yelling...
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    Early in prelim final week my ex rang saying she was over from Tassie and wantied to know if the kids wanted to catch up with her on the night of the game. As I expected daughter did, son wanted to...
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    No I didn't find either
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    The funniest thing I saw was in the next bay. A girl took off the swans scarf she was wearing and handed it to her boyfriend who gave her a quizzical look. She pointed to the bay all us bulldog were...
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    Good choices. The Tom Boyd goal especially. At the game and Buddy is running towards us with the ball (we were virtually alongside the goals they were kicking to) and we're thinking "no. Oh no" and...
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    As soon as I saw who it was running into it I just thought "goodnight GWS. Thanks for coming"
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    Poll: Re: Can we win the flag this year?

    He's playing as well as I've seen a bulldog player play apart from Kelvin Templeton and maybe the Bont over 45 years of watching. Both were match winners, KT could own a game like no other by taking...
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    Re: WB Game Day V Hawthorn R17 2020

    The best thing I've ever seen as a bulldog supporter was Bont running unto that kick that JJ stuck out in front of him and slotting the goal in the prelim against GWS. That's when I truly began to...
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    Poll: Re: Can we win the flag this year?

    That's a bloody good idea. Using lots of those funny Swedish punctuation marks that look like helmets.
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    Poll: Re: Can we win the flag this year?

    There we go.
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    Poll: Re: Can we win the flag this year?

    Point taken.
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    I have a friend who works in a library. I will ask her if it's available anywhere when I get a chance.
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    Re: Congratulations Mitch Wallis - 150 Games

    Mitch is as tough as teak and I'm wrapped that he's gotten to 150 games. Great stuff and congratulations Wally.
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    Poll: Re: Can we win the flag this year?

    What's your poll question 1eye? I should be able to edit it in.
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Almost impossible Easty. I checked for it and Unleashed a couple of months ago when I had some spare cash
  35. Thread: Essendon

    by Twodogs
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    Re: Essendon

    Weirdly I saw Dyson Heppell two weekends in a row while working. I saw him at the zoo one Saturday while working with a client and then saw him the following Saturday standing outside the 7-11 in...
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    I've only ever seen it at the Bulldogs shop at the footy ground Jazza.
  37. Thread: Essendon

    by Twodogs
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    Re: Essendon

    Take the tatts away and it's not unlike me really. My eyes are a bit darker.
  38. Poll: Re: We can be frustrating to watch at times because:

    All the *!*!*!*!ing time.
  39. Poll: Re: We can be frustrating to watch at times because:

    Easily. With one arm tied behind my back.
  40. Re: Three things you have learned Round 17 v Hawthorn.

    Bont was right on the 50 out for the winner v West Coast wasn't he? What I really liked about Tim's was he owned the shot from all that way out. No looking for the sneaky handball or putting it to...
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