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White guy with the beard and glasses looks like John Goodman.


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It's like a Renaissance painting! :thumbup:


There's a very good chance someone's gonna turn it into one....


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LIterally 1 page & 10 posts back :roll:


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It's like a Renaissance painting! :thumbup:


To me, they look like pieces on a giant Monopoly board. Which, considering the money involved...


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she's 27 now? :shock:


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https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/int ... h-alopecia

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Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle has opened up about her battle with alopecia and the confusion her appearance can cause.

Castle was first diagnosed with Alopecia Areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair to fall out, at the age of 34 when she noticed her hair was thinning.

She has used hair extensions, wigs and bandannas to compensate over the years.

"It's got nothing to do with stress and I don't have cancer," Castle, 47, told ESPN.

"My brother suffers from it as well - he has not a single hair on his entire body; no eyelashes, no eyebrows at the moment.

"For me, I go through cycles where my hair falls out but then grows back again. So while I'm in a period of my hair falling out, I have to wear a hat or a bandanna, or whatever you want to call it. I'm not channelling Peter Fitzsimmons," she added of the former Australian rugby player turned journalist who frequently wears a bandanna on his bald head.

Austalian-born but New Zealand-raised, Castle has made her mark across the Tasman as a pioneering female administrator in traditional male sporting domains – as CEO of the Canterbury Bulldogs in the NRL and now at rugby HQ in Sydney.

She felt women were judged differently for their clothing and appearance.

"People can be really cruel. At the end of the day I understand the issue, but people judging you for your appearance, saying 'what are you, a pirate or a Muslim' and those sorts of comments when they are uneducated to the issue that I face, is just one of those things," Castle told ESPN.

Castle, a former CEO of Netball New Zealand, first spoke about her hair condition in 2014 after taking on the Bulldogs job.

She hoped revisiting the subject would help other business women with similar conditions.

"When I talked about it originally, I was concerned about three things: one, I didn't want people to think I had cancer. Secondly, it's not stress related - sure I could be healthier and do more exercise, but fundamentally that doesn't make any difference - it's just an autoimmune issue that my body has. Thirdly, I want to share my experiences with some young females in the business environment who are struggling with Alopecia."


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https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/int ... h-alopecia

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Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle has opened up about her battle with alopecia and the confusion her appearance can cause.

Castle was first diagnosed with Alopecia Areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair to fall out, at the age of 34 when she noticed her hair was thinning.

She has used hair extensions, wigs and bandannas to compensate over the years.

"It's got nothing to do with stress and I don't have cancer," Castle, 47, told ESPN.

"My brother suffers from it as well - he has not a single hair on his entire body; no eyelashes, no eyebrows at the moment.

"For me, I go through cycles where my hair falls out but then grows back again. So while I'm in a period of my hair falling out, I have to wear a hat or a bandanna, or whatever you want to call it. I'm not channelling Peter Fitzsimmons," she added of the former Australian rugby player turned journalist who frequently wears a bandanna on his bald head.

Austalian-born but New Zealand-raised, Castle has made her mark across the Tasman as a pioneering female administrator in traditional male sporting domains – as CEO of the Canterbury Bulldogs in the NRL and now at rugby HQ in Sydney.

She felt women were judged differently for their clothing and appearance.

"People can be really cruel. At the end of the day I understand the issue, but people judging you for your appearance, saying 'what are you, a pirate or a Muslim' and those sorts of comments when they are uneducated to the issue that I face, is just one of those things," Castle told ESPN.

Castle, a former CEO of Netball New Zealand, first spoke about her hair condition in 2014 after taking on the Bulldogs job.

She hoped revisiting the subject would help other business women with similar conditions.

"When I talked about it originally, I was concerned about three things: one, I didn't want people to think I had cancer. Secondly, it's not stress related - sure I could be healthier and do more exercise, but fundamentally that doesn't make any difference - it's just an autoimmune issue that my body has. Thirdly, I want to share my experiences with some young females in the business environment who are struggling with Alopecia."


Raelene's brother is NoHo Hank? :shock:

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We are not as bad, but due to steep hills around us we lose the son for three months of the year.

It really is a joyous event when the sun hits the front door once more so I can understand why they would think this worthwhile.


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We are not as bad, but due to steep hills around us we lose the son for three months of the year.


Tough-love parenting taken to a whole new level


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They seem to have made up nicely.


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They seem to have made up nicely.

Very cheap remake of Titanic.


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He said whilst masturbating furiously.


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Aussie born - no claims made from this side of the ditch


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They seem to have made up nicely.

Very cheap remake of Titanic.

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Lack of competition?


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We are not as bad, but due to steep hills around us we lose the son for three months of the year.

It really is a joyous event when the sun hits the front door once more so I can understand why they would think this worthwhile.


Surely teach him some basic map reading and a compass he would find his way home? Impressive he can survive in the wild so long though.

I do hope you dont tell the other one you refer to his brother as "the son"?


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I've eaten in that Korean restaurant.


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Is that the hull of a tank being cast?


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From the Rugby World Cup 2019 game promo :lol:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/rugby-world-cup/rwc-2019-japan/112789104/rugby-world-cup-world-cup-video-game-promotion-goes-offside-with-all-black-fans


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Is that meant to be food?


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Why are the defending team lined up all the way across the pitch?

Are they suggesting that the kick could go anywhere?


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Why are the defending team lined up all the way across the pitch?

Are they suggesting that the kick could go anywhere?

Well it is a hooker taking it


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Is that meant to be food?

Nope... a mother and her babies.


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Centipede wrapped around its demon spawn isn't it.


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