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  1. #1
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    Dickheads

    I had decided to drop this one, but after seeing Richard Cranium Darcy
    'whoever' on TV tonight, I am so annoyed and frustrated that I now
    include my thoughts as typed a couple or so weeks ago:

    "Don't often agree with Bolt, but on this one he is the only writer to
    make sense. Interesting that the picture shows the 'real' bullies
    in this incident.

    <http://www.news.com.au/national-news...rude-but-shes-
    not-the-bully/story-fnii5sd6-1226650913020>

    I have never heard nor understood the word 'ape' to be racist. Had
    friends over the years known / called as 'hairy apes' and while they were
    hirsute, they were much lighter in skin colour than Mr Goodes.
    Surprisingly they did not get upset.

    Guess this is a beat up to get drugs, afl incompetence, Demons and a
    number of other embarrassing headliners off the front page - and
    unfortunately it succeeded; an absolutely disgusting carry on. The
    virulent and vicious attack on this young girl reflects very poorly on
    Goodes, Demetriou et al. Was I in the shoes of her family, I would be
    heading for a lawyer to sue Goodes and the AFL (including the security
    subcontractor) for enough to retire on. I think this action could
    succeed; AND in spite of the fact I absolutely despise the Yank sue, sue
    attitude. However in this case I would swallow my dislike of the 'sue
    for anything' approach to which our society has sunk.

    Goodes pointing actions, the bullying way in which security reportedly
    escorted a young girl off the ground without an appropriate adult being
    present, the (reported) 2 hour 'grilling of the girl by adults, again (as
    reported) without appropriate adult support. Absolutely disgusting, if
    the actions occurred as reported.

    The only one (apart from Bolt) who made sense was Eddie. Again it is a
    poor reflection on Goodes and his manager that they had not already
    jumped on this opportunity. The amount of exposure Goodes had had over a
    stupid minor incident could have been turned into a money earner. He
    would have had an immediate association through the 'ape' aspect and
    would have been an ideal PR / marketer for the movie, had he been man
    enough to get over being 'hurt'.

    Eddie, as an experienced marketer obviously recognised the link, but
    unfortunately let himself be overwhelmed and flummoxed by loud 'talkers'
    such as the writer of the following and the 'holier than thou' approach
    adopted by the afl as represented by Mr Demetriou; guess the latter does
    not like Eddie as he jumped at the flimsy opportunity to formally
    chastise him. I suspect he backed down as methinks it would be he rather
    than Eddie who would have been job hunting when the big gun powers came
    into the argument.

    <http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/opin...-silly-man-on-
    air/story-fnh4jt5z-1226652814101>

    Comments on the above story seem to reflect a pragmatic approach which I
    have found to be the reaction from every person to whom I have spoken on
    this matter. Comments varyingly included: disgusting, storm in a tea cup,
    precious, bully boy attitude, sad reflection, over reaction.

    Interestingly on a side issue, I was speaking the other day with a lady
    who stated she was embarrassed and disgusted with the picture of Michael
    Long lifting his jumper to point to and 'flash his boob'. Guess that is
    not a PC comment? Puts a different, but not unreasonable turn on this
    revered act. People can have differing viewpoints on the same situation;
    does not make any particular one right; or indeed, wrong!"


    --
    avagoodone His reasons are as two grains of wheat hid in two bushels of
    chaff: you shall seek all day ere you find them, and when you have them,
    they are not worth the search.
    William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, Act I, sc. 1

  2. #2
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    Re: Dickheads


    "giovani" <giovani@nothere.not_there.invalid> wrote in message
    news:520620b2$0$11119$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
    >I had decided to drop this one, but after seeing Richard Cranium Darcy
    > 'whoever' on TV tonight, I am so annoyed and frustrated that I now
    > include my thoughts as typed a couple or so weeks ago:
    >
    > "Don't often agree with Bolt, but on this one he is the only writer to
    > make sense. Interesting that the picture shows the 'real' bullies
    > in this incident.
    >
    > <http://www.news.com.au/national-news...rude-but-shes-
    > not-the-bully/story-fnii5sd6-1226650913020>
    >
    > I have never heard nor understood the word 'ape' to be racist. Had
    > friends over the years known / called as 'hairy apes' and while they were
    > hirsute, they were much lighter in skin colour than Mr Goodes.
    > Surprisingly they did not get upset.
    >
    > Guess this is a beat up to get drugs, afl incompetence, Demons and a
    > number of other embarrassing headliners off the front page - and
    > unfortunately it succeeded; an absolutely disgusting carry on. The
    > virulent and vicious attack on this young girl reflects very poorly on
    > Goodes, Demetriou et al. Was I in the shoes of her family, I would be
    > heading for a lawyer to sue Goodes and the AFL (including the security
    > subcontractor) for enough to retire on. I think this action could
    > succeed; AND in spite of the fact I absolutely despise the Yank sue, sue
    > attitude. However in this case I would swallow my dislike of the 'sue
    > for anything' approach to which our society has sunk.
    >
    > Goodes pointing actions, the bullying way in which security reportedly
    > escorted a young girl off the ground without an appropriate adult being
    > present, the (reported) 2 hour 'grilling of the girl by adults, again (as
    > reported) without appropriate adult support. Absolutely disgusting, if
    > the actions occurred as reported.
    >
    > The only one (apart from Bolt) who made sense was Eddie. Again it is a
    > poor reflection on Goodes and his manager that they had not already
    > jumped on this opportunity. The amount of exposure Goodes had had over a
    > stupid minor incident could have been turned into a money earner. He
    > would have had an immediate association through the 'ape' aspect and
    > would have been an ideal PR / marketer for the movie, had he been man
    > enough to get over being 'hurt'.
    >
    > Eddie, as an experienced marketer obviously recognised the link, but
    > unfortunately let himself be overwhelmed and flummoxed by loud 'talkers'
    > such as the writer of the following and the 'holier than thou' approach
    > adopted by the afl as represented by Mr Demetriou; guess the latter does
    > not like Eddie as he jumped at the flimsy opportunity to formally
    > chastise him. I suspect he backed down as methinks it would be he rather
    > than Eddie who would have been job hunting when the big gun powers came
    > into the argument.
    >
    > <http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/opin...-silly-man-on-
    > air/story-fnh4jt5z-1226652814101>
    >
    > Comments on the above story seem to reflect a pragmatic approach which I
    > have found to be the reaction from every person to whom I have spoken on
    > this matter. Comments varyingly included: disgusting, storm in a tea cup,
    > precious, bully boy attitude, sad reflection, over reaction.
    >
    > Interestingly on a side issue, I was speaking the other day with a lady
    > who stated she was embarrassed and disgusted with the picture of Michael
    > Long lifting his jumper to point to and 'flash his boob'. Guess that is
    > not a PC comment? Puts a different, but not unreasonable turn on this
    > revered act. People can have differing viewpoints on the same situation;
    > does not make any particular one right; or indeed, wrong!"



    Once again Gio you make sense. Thanks for pointing out who the immature one
    was in this confrontation and the illegal acts of the Vic Police.

    --
    > avagoodone His reasons are as two grains of wheat hid in two bushels of
    > chaff: you shall seek all day ere you find them, and when you have them,
    > they are not worth the search.
    > William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, Act I, sc. 1



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