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Friday, October 15, 2004

League and racism 

Just saw the following press release by Shortland Street "star" Li-Ming Hu.

Shortland Street Star Speaks Out Against Racism
Actress and musician Li-Ming Hu, otherwise known as Shortland Street’s “Doctor Li-Mei Chen”, is calling on New Zealanders to attend the Wellington march against racism on Labour Weekend.

“Racism is still a significant problem in New Zealand,” said Li-Ming, “and in a way the National Front is just the tip of the iceberg. There is a lot of ignorance and misinformation about racial minorities. Marching against racist groups like the National Front is a vital way to bring the issue to the public eye.”........check out the full version on scoop if so inclined.

Couldn't help thinking about this article on The Onion when I read it.

Now onto the league, Kiwis $3.70 and Aussies $1.25.

I won't make any online head-to-head predictions as they'll come back to haunt me but I'd say the biggest danger to the Kiwis is its own half-arsed Bulldog's winger Matt Utai.

I've tried to find an article to link to however I'm pretty positive in the last test he played he walked off in the first minutes "injured" and then turned out just days later for the Bulldogs and scored at least two tries?

One thing I would advise punters to stay away from is the try scorer odds, complete crap.

Webb @ 2.30, Utai $2.10, Vagana $2.35, Minichello, Rooney, Matt Sing $1.75 come on TAB you've got a monopoly at least offer some decent fucking odds.

Look at the half time/full time doubles for some decent money!

I'd like to say that the Kiwis will hammer them by 20 points.


Kiwis by 22.

It's gotta happen one day. Enough thrashings at their hands for 5 tests followed by an 8 point win for us.

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