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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Nope, black full body leotard.

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Might shorten the cape.

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Might shorten the cape.
    I imagine capes are standard fare in Toorak, you will blend right in.

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    https://www.westernbulldogs.com.au/n...34ecd4&mi_sc=t

    Music and the Bulldogs: The Emily Ulman story
    Emily Ulman's love of the Western Bulldogs is immediately clear to those fortunate enough to meet her in person.

    Emily Ulman's love of the Western Bulldogs is immediately clear to those fortunate enough to meet her in person.

    The talented musician and festival director is rarely seen without her Bulldogs cap, even when on stage.

    According to Ulman, any remaining doubt would be removed with a quick chat to her mum or any of her three sisters. "They know that when there's a game on, I'm to be left alone. No chats, no texts, no WhatsApp messages. When the Dogs are playing, they are my sole focus."

    In normal times, Emily can be found at almost every Western Bulldogs match, be that a men's or women's game, and at most VFL games, too, cheering on the 'Scray.

    Born and bred in Melbourne, Ulman is somewhat of an unlikely Bulldogs' fan. "Mum's a Carlton fan and Dad barracks for Collingwood. As I kid, I didn't want to let either of them down, so I chose another team."

    How did she settle on Footscray? "I think it was the colours. And dogs — who doesn't love dogs?!"


    The last couple of years have not been easy for Emily, both in football and work terms. She has desperately missed being able to see the Dogs on a regular basis, but her daily world has also been turned upside down.

    "It's just so long since I played a gig", is a phrase Ulman and many musicians have uttered since COVID changed our world early last year. For a music festival director, the pandemic has cut deeper still.

    But Emily Ulman is not one to take a setback lying down. The need and want to play and hear music has not abated because of COVID. If anything, the opposite has been true. Recognising this, Ulman created Isol-Aid, an online music festival and gathering space that has allowed artists to play short sets to an online audience who are encouraged to donate in lieu of ticket and drink prices they would have paid at an in-person gig.

    Isol-Aid has featured many renowned Aussie artists such as Courtney Barnett, Paul Dempsey Sarah Blasko, John Butler and Missy Higgins to name a few.

    In recent years, Ulman has also combined her two great loves, music and footy, by staging an annual "For the Jumper" concert on Grand Final Eve. "We get artists who support each team to play their club song and also another track that describes their season."

    The line-up plays in reverse ladder order, with the order of the final two artists — representing the two Grand Final teams — decided by a toss of the coin. According to Ulman, the coin has correctly picked the winning team every year but one since the first "For the Jumper" show in 2014.

    Sadly, the pandemic has meant there will be no "Fore the Jumper" concert this year but, with her mighty Bulldogs into the Grand Final, Emily Ulman is as enthusiastic as ever about footy.

    "I'm actually loving the two-week lead-in", she says, "because it gives fans a longer chance to soak up the feeling of making the Grand Final before the nerves start creeping in."

    Ulman is sad she won't be able to cheer the Dogs in person this year, but she was lucky enough to have been at the MCG for the 2016 premiership win. She celebrated that flag long and hard. "Even now, I still get friends coming up to me describing events of the following days of which I have no recollection!"

    If the Bulldogs prevail against the Demons next Saturday week, Emily's celebration options will be more limited than they were in 2016, but she will definitely find a way to celebrate long and hard again.

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    There are a lot of mad keen Bulldog supporters out there.

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...86502561377456
    http://journals.worldnomads.com/merantau
    "It's not about the destination - it's about the trip."

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    The one with the Bont, Smith and the bulldog is being painted by the partner of one of my best friends daughter. Damian Cazaly, who also did the one of Gawn, Petracca & Pickett.
    I bleed Red,White & Blue

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    https://www.mammaknowswest.com.au/mammas-top-picks

    click above link for addresses

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Nope, black full body leotard.

    Going the full TISM then?

    In personal conduct be always polite but never obsequious. None will respect you more than you respect yourself. Avoid quarrels as long as you can without yielding to imposition. But sustain your manhood always. Never bring a suit in law for assault and battery or for defamation. The law affords no remedy for such outrages that can satisfy the feelings of a true man.

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    FFC: Established 1877

    Premierships: AFL 1954, 2016 VFA - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, VFL: 2014, 2016 . Champions of Victoria 1924. AFLW - 2018.

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    Really have enjoyed going to the Railway in recent times when we have been out of lockdown.
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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    Best one to date

    I believe thatís in Yarraville? Which street is that on?
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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastdog View Post
    I believe that’s in Yarraville? Which street is that on?
    On the side of the Cornershop Cafe Easty, just opposite the Sun on Ballarat St.
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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastdog View Post
    I believe that’s in Yarraville? Which street is that on?
    Its the Railway I think.
    In personal conduct be always polite but never obsequious. None will respect you more than you respect yourself. Avoid quarrels as long as you can without yielding to imposition. But sustain your manhood always. Never bring a suit in law for assault and battery or for defamation. The law affords no remedy for such outrages that can satisfy the feelings of a true man.

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Here is a website with a map of all the sites that contain different paintings of RWB

    https://viewer.mapme.com/3c6965be-01...-14d54416c7c3/
    FFC: Established 1877

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    Re: The Town is being painted RWB

    Ameet Bains House

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    Premierships: AFL 1954, 2016 VFA - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, VFL: 2014, 2016 . Champions of Victoria 1924. AFLW - 2018.

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