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Topic: the australia zone  (Read 30868 times)

FinchChunk

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the australia zone #135
I saw a quote from him somewhere that he'd rather be a loser than a quitter. Just, he was always such a fucking loser, we didn't need this to confirm it Tony.

Betoota has been on good form at least.
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the australia zone #136
I am still recovering from the election result. I wish we could have booted Pyne out rather than let The Fixer slink away.
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After years of trying to find a way to watch it and finding nothing at all, I'm now downloading 303 episodes of Spicks and Specks. This might be the best thing that's happened to me all year.

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the australia zone #139
After years of trying to find a way to watch it and finding nothing at all, I'm now downloading 303 episodes of Spicks and Specks. This might be the best thing that's happened to me all year.
Salubrious Rex, December 01, 2020, 05:36:49 am
Good work on achieving your goal though I'm not sure it's Wil Anderson's best work.

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the australia zone #140
The latest discovery on my attempts to find 00's Australian shows that nobody cares about anymore is this youtube channel that seems to have all of The Chaser's shows if anybody is interested in some outdated and probably insensitive poor taste satire. It also has The Checkout, which I think is just Craig Reucassel and Julian Morrow and not actually The Chaser, but I recall being decent and informative.

I grew up watching The Chaser's War on Everything, I had the first 2 seasons on DVD and wore them out, last I tried they were unwatchable from the years of use and handling. I'm also curious about CNNNN, I have vague memories of watching it as a child but all that I remember clearly is Fungries.

I don't know how well any of it has aged but that at least will be a fresh fount of nostalgia to distract me when I'm bored some time, assuming everything hasn't been wiped when the ABC finds out about it.
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CNNNN is probably gonna hold up stronger, the 24 hour news format holds up better and this country has not evolved in the slightest since then