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    Bloody brave fella, if that roo has kicked him...

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    Is that red stuff on the dog blood and exposed flesh ?

    Pretty lean dog, btw...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Bloody brave fella, if that roo has kicked him...
    Bloody dumb fella. Big roo legs are lethal.
    It’s only a dog. Shops sell them.

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    Don't say that to Headhunter....

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    Boatie who sparked a massive four-day search when his fishing trip went horribly wrong goes missing at sea AGAIN just over two weeks after his first ordeal

    • Tony Higgins, 57, sent out a distress call to police around 5am on Tuesday
    • He said his ten-metre long boat had been taking on water off Victor Harbor, SA
    • Earlier this month SA launched its largest search operation to find Higgins
    • Higgins and Derek Robinson were found four days later and said they were fine


    A fisherman who sparked a statewide four-day search after he went missing on his boat has disappeared again just two weeks later.
    Tony Higgins, 57, was moored near Granite Island off Victor Harbor, south of Adelaide, when he made a distress call to police around 5am on Tuesday.
    Mr Higgins said his wooden fishing boat Margrel was 'taking on water' and police have now launched another search operation with a rescue helicopter and Sea Rescue volunteers.
    Rough conditions on Tuesday forced rescue boats to return to shore.
    The fisherman and his friend Derek Robinson, 48, sparked South Australia's largest maritime search in history when they went missing while travelling from South Australia's Coffin Bay near Port Lincoln to Goolwa on September 3.

    Mr Higgins was fined $1,000 for having an out-of-date Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB), as well as old flares on board and not having an appropriate recreational boat licence.
    Gary Juleff, a freelance video journalist told the ABC when police arrived on Tuesday morning following the distress call, the boat had vanished.
    'When I got down here, nobody could see the boat,' Mr Juleff said.
    '(Police) tried to phone him back - no answer - so the answer to this question is 'nobody knows'.
    'They said there's nothing out there and we don't know where he is.'
    Over the weekend, Mr Higgins found himself in trouble again when the Margrel ran aground on a sandbar in Victor Harbor.
    The rescue mission is ongoing.
    Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said a second search party for the vessel was 'frustrating' for authorities.
    'I think it's fair to say there's an element of frustration that the state's resources are being dedicated to this for a second time,' he said.
    'The first event cost us in the order of about $650,000.'
    .... South Australian fisherman Tony Higgins missing again after disappearing two weeks ago | Daily Mail Online

    Take a bow, Tony. You're a Darwin award finalist.


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    Hull debris found washed ashore.
    Skipper - not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukan Kizmiaz View Post
    I remember this doing the rounds a couple of years ago.
    Snowflakes were up in arms about animal cruelty FFS.

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    Stopped it in it's tracks, anyway. Kanga had a look of "WTF ?" on his face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    I remember this doing the rounds a couple of years ago.
    Yeah that's not where it ended though, the Roo went to his house a few weeks later and called him out but Tom was having none of it. I calling the Roo the winner, Tom reneged on the rematch clause of the first fight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Stopped it in it's tracks, anyway. Kanga had a look of "WTF ?" on his face.
    Who the fuck calls them 'kanga's ffs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Who the fuck calls them 'kanga's ffs
    Hammers?

    From the 'Only in Australia' File #001-457nxz-gif
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    For non-Aussie, the pun is a KangaHammer
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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
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    reminds me of the old ad- ya kanna hand a man a granda spanna.


    (obviously phonetic)

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    From the 'Only in Australia' File #001-aj9b6yp_460s-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukan Kizmiaz View Post
    Thanks, the kids will have a good larf later. Didn't think about it but never expected to see a roo headlock a dog, though the roo didn't seem to know what to do next; if the guys didn't turn up, I guess it would probably eventually relax and loosen its hold for the dog to bolt.

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    If the big Boomer is chased by dogs and is near water he will hop in and when the dumb dogs follow
    he grabs them and sends them to a watery grave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    the roo didn't seem to know what to do next;
    He's gouging the fuck out of the dog's neck.

    There might be an opening for him at your local Foodland while they're waiting for that new bread slicer to arrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    reminds me of the old ad- ya kanna hand a man a granda spanna.


    (obviously phonetic)
    Which reminds me of this little ditty thats been stuck in my head for a long time


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    Quote Originally Posted by reddog View Post
    If the big Boomer is chased by dogs and is near water he will hop in and when the dumb dogs follow
    he grabs them and sends them to a watery grave.
    They're coonts they are.


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    [QUOTE=reddog;4163874]If the big Boomer is chased by dogs and is near water he will hop in and when the dumb dogs follow he grabs them and sends them to a watery grave.[
    /

    go the roos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Which reminds me of this little ditty thats been stuck in my head for a long time
    AB, Thommo, Fat Cat, and who's the other guy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Which reminds me of this little ditty thats been stuck in my head for a long time
    Thommo has the worst almost-mullet . . .



    And the XXXX tagline


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    And the famous jingle


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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Didn't think about it but never expected to see a roo headlock a dog, though the roo didn't seem to know what to do next; if the guys didn't turn up, I guess it would probably eventually relax and loosen its hold for the dog to bolt.
    No...what they do is hold the dog (or person) and disembowel them with a good kick or two. They are well-known for this. Their claws are quite sharp and the back legs very strong. That one was just waiting for a break and to get the angles right.
    It's instinctive behaviour, same as drowning the dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    And the famous jingle

    That made me nauseatingly nostalgic.

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