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Repco Supercars Championship / Re: Silly Season 2022
« on: August 22, 2021, 07:05:01 PM »
Read in the Qld. Sunday Mail (cant provide a digital reference):

Renee Gracie, who rumour has it makes more money without her driving suit than in it, has apparently announced plans to buy a Supercar to run in Bathurst 2022 where she expects a top 10 finish.

An unnamed team owner has said that it will cost $500,000 for a car and another $500,000 to run it. No mention of REC or Wildcard.

Of course, 2022 is set to use the el-cheapo Gen 3 cars.

P.S. Did a bit of searching.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-9915589/OnlyFans-star-Renee-Gracie-spend-1-million-fund-return-V8-supercar-race-circuit.html

and this one suggests 2021.
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Bathurst 2021: Renee Gracie to spend almost $1 million in ...
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/motor-sport/bathurst-2021...
Renee Gracie is set to spend almost $1 million in a bid to return to the sport she abandoned for porn. The V8 pin-up girl turned adult actor is set to buy her own team as part of a plan to race at ...





She could pull off a big surprise :-*.


















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General Discussion / Re: COVID-19 discussion
« on: August 05, 2021, 05:14:03 PM »
Quick, knock on a piece of wood Tasv8, A plane full of Melburnians landed in Tassie and all told to go in to isolation. Whole state of Vic going back into lock down tonight.



I've been in lockdown for years 8). Generalisimo Dan will keeps all the Vics safe.

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General Discussion / Re: COVID-19 discussion
« on: August 05, 2021, 11:02:20 AM »
I booked in for my jab 3 weeks ago and I've still got to wait until 5th September before I can get my first shot.

I remember saying to my next door neighbour almost exactly a year ago that before the end of this we would all have to be vaccinated or face restrictions with overseas and local travel and more than likely restrictions on where you can shop or use your local facilities. He just scoffed at me and said it would never happen. Well, it appears now that not only will it happen, it will be part of daily life before too much longer.

In any event, it doesn't worry me because I'm too old to give a **** ;), but I can see more civil libertarians jumping up and down and no doubt more mass protests.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-08-05/covid-vaccination-passport-how-it-could-work/100350778
Huge difference here.  Not to rub salt in the wounds, but from what I gather at the huge Meijer Supermarket and all-inclusive everything else store here in town, you can go up the the pharmacy window, show them your insurance card, fill out a form and wait for about 15-20 minutes.  Then they call you into the back room and administer the shot.  They are doing the Pfizer one (I think).
I booked in for my jab 3 weeks ago and I've still got to wait until 5th September before I can get my first shot.

I remember saying to my next door neighbour almost exactly a year ago that before the end of this we would all have to be vaccinated or face restrictions with overseas and local travel and more than likely restrictions on where you can shop or use your local facilities. He just scoffed at me and said it would never happen. Well, it appears now that not only will it happen, it will be part of daily life before too much longer.

In any event, it doesn't worry me because I'm too old to give a **** ;), but I can see more civil libertarians jumping up and down and no doubt more mass protests.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-08-05/covid-vaccination-passport-how-it-could-work/100350778
Huge difference here.  Not to rub salt in the wounds, but from what I gather at the huge Meijer Supermarket and all-inclusive everything else store here in town, you can go up the the pharmacy window, show them your insurance card, fill out a form and wait for about 15-20 minutes.  Then they call you into the back room and administer the shot.  They are doing the Pfizer one (I think).




Yes Mike, I live in Tasmania ( The little blob at the bottom of the mainland  :).) It's different up North in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and they get their shots up there pretty quickly. That's where the bulk of our population is located and where the most political votes are to be gained (only joking). Another thing is we haven't had a covid case in this state for nearly 8 months so we're probably not a high priority at this point of time.

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General Discussion / Re: COVID-19 discussion
« on: August 05, 2021, 10:18:32 AM »
I booked in for my jab 3 weeks ago and I've still got to wait until 5th September before I can get my first shot.

I remember saying to my next door neighbour almost exactly a year ago that before the end of this we would all have to be vaccinated or face restrictions with overseas and local travel and more than likely restrictions on where you can shop or use your local facilities. He just scoffed at me and said it would never happen. Well, it appears now that not only will it happen, it will be part of daily life before too much longer.

In any event, it doesn't worry me because I'm too old to give a **** ;), but I can see more civil libertarians jumping up and down and no doubt more mass protests.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-08-05/covid-vaccination-passport-how-it-could-work/100350778

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