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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Danjul View Post
    Certainly.

    Started seeing post #39 with Beveridge's propensity for chucking magnets around like he does.

    which led to the comment

    Bevo doesn't toss the magnets around, gets lambasted. Bevo tosses the magnets around, gets lambasted

    and I responded to both with mine.

    As per the section I initially highlighted, I'm interested in the meaning behind your comment about AI and WOOF? #curious
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    I know the guy who posts about the same thing every time isn’t calling me AI
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    I know the guy who posts about the same thing every time isn’t calling me AI

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    As per the section I initially highlighted, I'm interested in the meaning behind your comment about AI and WOOF? #curious
    That was an attempt at a joke. Alternative Intelligence. I was praising the fact that WOOF contains correct observations and sensible suggestions.

    Obviously fell flat. Sorry.

    Artificial intelligence scours the web to find accurate answers to real problems. Its intended purpose is to make use of what has been observed and published and aggregate it into a compact form. Its usefulness is supposed to be based on its accuracy , not on its ability to create alternative fact. It does not make up falsehoods ( usually).

    The user gets online, and gets help quickly. Problem solved.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    I know the guy who posts about the same thing every time isn?t calling me AI
    I wouldn?t let that guy bother you. I suspect he will be banned soon.

    Personally, I enjoy your comments. I actually look forward to them and was disappointed when they stopped for a while. Humorous and highly accurate, only known to be wrong three times, you are better than any Artificial Intelligence I have used.

    Not a joke.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    I've trawled the Carlton boards for information, Weitering trained but Tim Dekonig was unsighted. Both have been question marks with Weitering struggling with a quad (bad cork) and it sounds like he is a bit of a cork magnet and has copped a lot over the journey.

    Suggestions that Curnow is possibly playing injured (or has just been shit). Hopefully it is the former otherwise we likely play him back into form.

    From their boards:
    HERE is the latest injury news heading into Round 18.

    Jacob Weitering (cork)
    Experienced a cork to the quad in first quarter against GWS
    Availability: Test

    Tom De Koning (ankle)
    Experienced a rolled ankle in first quarter of the game against GWS
    Availability: Test

    Jack Martin (hamstring)
    Availability: Test

    Hudson O'Keeffe (hamstring)
    Availability: Test

    Sam Docherty (knee)
    Has been able to progress to the next stage of his rehabilitation (non-contact, light skills training)
    Will continue to work through this phase of his recovery over the coming months

    I put a call into Zane Cordy to see if he could lend a hand (knee) in the event Weitering gets up. In all seriousness it sounds like it will be a risk playing him and hopefully we have players making heavy contact with him (legally, of course) in every contest if he does front up.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Weitering is a gun but if he feels the slightest bit of discomfort out there he lets the people at the back of level 3 know about it. He’ll probably go to the rooms at one point but he’ll be fine to play.
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Weightman a definite starter. Only two Changers I?ve heard. Not sure the other in. Possibly Garcia Poulter or Baker

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by PR0408 View Post
    Weightman a definite starter. Only two Changers I?ve heard. Not sure the other in. Possibly Garcia Poulter or Baker
    Keith?

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by PR0408 View Post
    Weightman a definite starter. Only two Changers I?ve heard. Not sure the other in. Possibly Garcia Poulter or Baker
    Weightman for Naughton is fine and our forward line may even function better with one less tall.

    A midfielder for JOD is a scary prospect though - that only leaves Buku and Lobb v Curnow and McKay. Plan B consists of Coffield and Williams.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Is JOD even available?
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    Is JOD even available?
    To play? Certainly not - concussion protocols.

    To date? Not sure although he should be free on Saturday afternoon.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Danjul View Post
    I wouldn?t let that guy bother you. I suspect he will be banned soon.

    Personally, I enjoy your comments. I actually look forward to them and was disappointed when they stopped for a while. Humorous and highly accurate, only known to be wrong three times, you are better than any Artificial Intelligence I have used.

    Not a joke.
    How do you reckon we beat the Blues Danjul?

    I like hearing your take.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Grantysghost View Post
    How do you reckon we beat the Blues Danjul?

    I like hearing your take.
    Check out MJP?s take in the Crisis thread. If nothing else I felt A LOT better after reading it.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 18 VS Carlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    Is JOD even available?
    No, he will be for the next game though but it comes down to when he and Naughton can do a full session.
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