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I completely empathise that the cultural element would be tough for these guys, and you mentioned elsewhere about the consultation of it and I think manly fucked that too.

But they chose to oppose because of their religion. I know culture and religion are intertwined, but surely you don't think they have less of a choice in their religion than their sexuality?
I think everyone and both groups have significant choice and they all should have been consulted.
 

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I completely empathise that the cultural element would be tough for these guys, and you mentioned elsewhere about the consultation of it and I think manly fucked that too.

But they chose to oppose because of their religion. I know culture and religion are intertwined, but surely you don't think they have less of a choice in their religion than their sexuality?
I think everyone and both groups have a choice as to what they do and want to believe and this is influence by many things.

Ultimately they should have been consulted and not dictated too.

I don't disagree that LGBTQI group have issues and have been treated badly and they should be treated with love and respect like every body else.
 

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Its not cool but cunts carrying on on social media is hardly a "death threat". And if the "attacks" are so vile switch it off big boy, delete the app or however it fucken works.
Agree, but we don’t actually know what was said, so there could be death threats amongst all the **** talk from keyboard warriors which would NEVER actually eventuate.

Still thou. I’m assume from Souths fans, so Piss poor from your own supporter base.

Russell. Stop it!
 

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Agree, but we don’t actually know what was said, so there could be death threats amongst all the **** talk from keyboard warriors which would NEVER actually eventuate.
It'd need to be fairly descriptive to raise an eyebrow, like mine or my families address, what the house is like, mentioned where mum shops or something. I can't imagine anything more than dumb drunk losers punching out incoherent crap like "ur fukd u fukn dog cnt i wil kut ur froat cnt"
 
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It'd need to be fairly descriptive to raise an eyebrow, like mine or my families address, what the house is like, mentioned where mum shops or something. I can't imagine anything more than dumb drunk losers punching out incoherent crap like "ur fukd u fukn dog cnt i wil kut ur froat cnt"
Word for word apparently.

Cap????
 

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I know it means nothing in the context of the result, but the Harry Grant try last night pissed me off. They let Cheese walk 3m off the mark and take the marker out of play ffs.

If they are going to check the other 579 things in the lead up, how about we let them deny a try because the ball was played nowhere near where the tackle was completed.
 

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I know it means nothing in the context of the result, but the Harry Grant try pissed me off. They let Cheese walk 3m off the mark and take the marker out of play ffs.
Yeah, agreed, but the refs only ever pick it up once in a 1000 and makes the player move back to play the ball.
 

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I know it means nothing in the context of the result, but the Harry Grant try last night pissed me off. They let Cheese walk 3m off the mark and take the marker out of play ffs.

If they are going to check the other 579 things in the lead up, how about we let them deny a try because the ball was played nowhere near where the tackle was completed.
Agree. They should be treating it the same as a bad play the ball. They will soon stamp it out.
 
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Agree. They should be treating it the same as a bad play the ball. They will soon stamp it out.
Yep.
If they penalise it instead of calling it back (once in a blue moon), players will adapt.
but the NRL needs to do that from the start of the reason and stick with it…..
 

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I know it means nothing in the context of the result, but the Harry Grant try last night pissed me off. They let Cheese walk 3m off the mark and take the marker out of play ffs.

If they are going to check the other 579 things in the lead up, how about we let them deny a try because the ball was played nowhere near where the tackle was completed.
The Munster try really pissed me off

Don’t think anyone did anything wrong he’s just my opponents captain in SuperCoach
 
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