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This is a preamble piece in discussion of BHP selling Oil and Gas assets to Woodside. Climate Alarmists maybe/should be alarmed.

The heading give's the rationale for the story, its the thinking process that should be interesting to a discerning reader.

The article is written by an economist I greatly admire in Greg Canavan, when you read this you may pick up some more informati

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Raptor Jesus replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"Well said Alan."
3 minutes ago
Blaze replied to Scott Gregs's discussion RCG not taking his last year to consider move to new Dolphins
"For a team that prides itself on its forward pack and all its momentum drives from the forward pack i.e when the forwards don't aim up and dominate we struggle to turn moment and loose. This will be a massive loss, he has been our best forward and…"
6 minutes ago
Simmoeel0891 replied to Scott Gregs's discussion RCG not taking his last year to consider move to new Dolphins
"That is a crock of shit lmao. They are one the most political driven clubs in the west. Its about who you know there, not what you can do. 
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7 minutes ago
fake midget pseudoachondroplasia replied to Poppa's discussion This is a preamble piece in discussion of BHP selling Oil and Gas assets to Woodside. Climate Alarmists maybe/should be alarmed.
"The people with the power (rich) love their lifestyle so will be reluctant to initiate change and those without power (poor) can't afford too.
The rich are the biggest hypocrites using china who do what they want to produce cheap throw away products…"
8 minutes ago
Raptor Jesus replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"What a strange take. You seriously think JA helps our attack more than Brown? JA plays like he is underwater. I've had this discussion with you before. You need to look beyond the terrible try assist stat. It is misleading.You forgot the most…"
9 minutes ago
Coryn Hughes replied to Scott Gregs's discussion RCG not taking his last year to consider move to new Dolphins
"This is it if one of the 3 youngsters can step up out of Greig Kaufusi & Rodwell then your rolling.You got RCG for another season him make sure we use him up and it allows the best of the rest to stake there claim.
Outside backs Cotric is a good fit…"
15 minutes ago
Raptor Jesus replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"The problem we have with that Rock is the JA factor. We don't want JA in the top 30 at all let alone the first choice backup half.
We need to sign someone to replace Smith if he is leaving. I wanted to sign Peachey but the club dragged their feet…"
17 minutes ago
Raptor Jesus replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"We need an NRL backup half and JA is not the answer.
Will Smith is only reserve grade standard yes - but that makes JA under 20s standard.
The Panthers had Burton and May as backups to their halves in their premiership year - we currently have JA…"
20 minutes ago
Raptor Jesus replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"Papalii will want a huge upgrade.
150k to probably 500k. More than double the cap impact."
22 minutes ago
Raptor Jesus replied to Scott Gregs's discussion RCG not taking his last year to consider move to new Dolphins
"Both RCG and Paulo are vital to our success IMO.
It was no coincidence we wilted without RCG in the games he was injured.
Paulo is equally as important for dominating the middle, generating second phase play, fast play the balls etc. He has a…"
24 minutes ago
Mick replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"I think next year we will be competitive but the following year could be a decline "
31 minutes ago
Mick replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"I dont see conflict of interest being an issue, its having courage to make a call based on whats being played out and not worrying about getting peoples back up- it's hard to argue that JA played 4 or 5 too many games "
40 minutes ago
Brett Allen replied to Scott Gregs's discussion RCG not taking his last year to consider move to new Dolphins
"Mind you, in the depths of our winters we can get down to 18 or 19 deg, lol. "
57 minutes ago
Wizards “Prof Dobber”Sleeve replied to Scott Gregs's discussion RCG not taking his last year to consider move to new Dolphins
"Paulo had a pretty meh season . RCG added starch. Something we have lacked for decades. "
1 hour ago
Grasshopper "'blue-collar workman-type'' member replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"Such nastiness is unnecessary and unproductive. You live in a world of hate and fear. Look deep within for that inner light, there you will find equanimity and peace. Also, enrol in an English 101 program, it may assist with getting your views…"
1 hour ago
Grasshopper "'blue-collar workman-type'' member replied to CarloEEL2's discussion Conflict of interest
"Be at peace. Let all have their view. Let the reader decide as to the credibility of one's comments, be content in the knowledge that discussion and diversity are good. 🙏"
1 hour ago
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This is a preamble piece in discussion of BHP selling Oil and Gas assets to Woodside. Climate Alarmists maybe/should be alarmed.

The heading give's the rationale for the story, its the thinking process that should be interesting to a discerning reader.The article is written by an economist I greatly admire in Greg Canavan, when you read this you may pick up some more…

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6 Replies · Reply by fake midget pseudoachondroplasia 8 minutes ago
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Conflict of interest

So how do you manage a perceived possible conflict of interest with club decisions 🤔a coach has more than one child coming through the junior ranks ....... we have seen coaches with one like Cleary or Flanagan what about two 🤔what processes are in…

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