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Did you go to the game? I heard it was dead. I expected Juve to draw a huge crowd. I still felt they brought a decent squad with them even with all the omissions. Would have liked to have seen Dybala play.

I did go and the atmosphere was pretty dead. Still, it was nice to take my son and reminisce about when I saw them at the same venue with my dad and brother in 1984.

Dybala is next level, Asamoah was fantastic as well.

Was great to see Seb Pasquali get on for Victory, 16 year old kid. Nice reward for his effort in the NPL team.

Juve in 1984 at the G...

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Great photo. Jealous you got to see Platini play.

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Great photo. Jealous you got to see Platini play.

Don't think he came, team on the day was:

Stefano Tacconi, Caricola, Gaetano Scirea, Sergio Brio, Cabrini, Tardelli (Prandelli 57), Massimo Bonini, Vignola, Zbigniew Boniek, Rossi, Penzo (Koetting 68')
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Who'se wearing the #10 then?

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Dunno, didn't notice that.
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Greetings from Jakarta, Ernie, your car is waiting.

 

 

@Foxhound - Where else are you travelling in Indonesia, and how long for? 

 

I hope that you have a great time. Indonesia's not necessarily an easy place to get around (diametrically opposed to Japan in that respect) but it's a fascinating place. 

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Don't think he came, team on the day was:

Stefano Tacconi, Caricola, Gaetano Scirea, Sergio Brio, Cabrini, Tardelli (Prandelli 57), Massimo Bonini, Vignola, Zbigniew Boniek, Rossi, Penzo (Koetting 68')

Took some clients to see Juventus at Etihad in 2008. We had the table next to Mick Gatto, his mates and their mistresses. I told my clients to resist ogling any women, under any circumstances.
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Greetings from Jakarta, Ernie, your car is waiting. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Nice thongs, are they bespoke?
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Took some clients to see Juventus at Etihad in 2008. We had the table next to Mick Gatto, his mates and their mistresses. I told my clients to resist ogling any women, under any circumstances.

Wise counsel, CD.
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Nice thongs, are they bespoke?

Looks like they don't fit. Must have got them online.
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Coombs charged me $75 for some insoles for my RMWs. Total farce.
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Hey Everyone!

 

Just started lurking around these forums again for the first time in a year or so. It's great to see so many familiar faces still keeping the Aussie SF community strong.

 

Not sure if it's been covered here, I know there aren't to many South Aussies about, but I was saddened to note that the Sam of Jaunty Shoe Shine at Adelaide Arcade vanished a couple of months ago and now his chairs have followed suit. Anyone heard anything about him? Has he moved or moved on?

 

 

I got a pass from Mrs Ovlov to pick up a new suit so I'm back looking for some more help.

Unless someone can recommend a good mtm service in Adelaide I think I'll try and arrange a fitting with Suit Shop, Oscar Hunt or the like, when I'm next in the big smoke. Can anyone advise whether Suit Shop's quoted 'sweet spot' for suit pricing (now $1k) is actually the  average price for a suit or the cheapest possible price? If so that seems a pretty hefty price jump since my last commission when they first set up shop. Anyone able to comment on what kinds of books are available at the cheaper end of the spectrum? Ditto for Oscar Hunt?

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Doesn't sounds good, Dusty. Hope all is well up there.
Nothing a good stout won't fix mate...

A large construction firm went into liquidation owing millions... I'm way way down that list but raising a family it ain't a grand thing when you lose $$$

World conditions are a lot worse so just have to suck it up and roll on...
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I though they were outlawed for men over a certain age?

Sorry to hear about your misfortune with the white shoe brigade.

It's a kick in the head, what can you do?

How's your place coming along?
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It's a kick in the head, what can you do?

How's your place coming along?

My son's pup has secured coal seam gas exploration rights for the back yard.

Still looking for the right linoleum for the kitchen/dining room.

Couple of VERY tasty stouts and a hand pumped porter at Bent Spoke at present.
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Still looking for the right linoleum for the kitchen/dining room.
 

 

 

Lino? That's very retro, GF! 

 

Or should I say - you're going to put Lino on your floor?

 

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