KIM DUTHIE… QUEEN OF THE TROLLS! DICKI-LEAKS!!!
Posted: December 23, 2010 by leroydragon in In The News
Tags: 17 year old school girl, AFL, DICKILEAKS, football, KIM DUTHIE, nick dal santo, NICK DEL SANTO, NICK REIWOLDT, nudes, SMALL DICKS, ST KILDA
*Edit. 21/2 – Queen Duthie is at it again!!! Seriously – best TROLL EVER!!!!! We commend you Queen Duthie with your efforts against the St Kilda Football Club and staff! Not happy with the Epic Lulz from Del Santo and Nicky Pin Dick, she has now turned the rage on St Kilda Manager Ricky Nixon!!!!! Who is next??? I cannot wait to post the nude pics of Ricky, that perm or whatever the fuck he is sporting is too good, bring on the n0000dz.
Everyone loves a good troll. And everyone I know hates football. So when someone trolls an AFL club, or players, or the WHOLE FUCKEN TEAM well here @ http://www.theangryfijian.com we call that shit LEGENDARY.
So Kim Duthie ( pictured below ) has scored all these pictures of St Kilda players playing with their willies and being generally gay. Not that this is a surprise, given that Molly Meldrum is the number 1 ticket holder, but anyway, its fucking LULZ all round for people like me, who like to see football players squirming their sleazy little arises off on the front page of the paper.
Being the super snoop that I am.. I managed to track downs Kim twitter account, and Im going to be following the circus, and of course, posting the pictures that nobody will post. Here is a couple:
You would hate to be these too small dicked wonders right now wouldn’t you!! Im sure there misses are beating their balls blue, and Im pretty sure, next year the St Kilda’s opposition is going to have plenty of ammo to sledge these motherfuckers into morbid depression that (fingers crossed) leads to a drug addicted career suicide.
St Kilda AFL captain Nick Riewoldt, Zac Dawson and Nick Dal Santo.. suck fucken shit. Hope your little fuck ups get you one step closer to a real job.
Crank some fucking Double Dragon while you are here:
The drummer from Rose Funeral want’s in on these shenanigans too http://www.thegauntlet.com/article/3915/20739/Rose-Funeral-drummer-wants-you-to-see-his-penis-(NSFW).html
As does Mike Patton.
All this voyeuristic prurient interest in the girl’s looks detracts from the central issue of why the AFL tolerates the breach of it’s own Child Protection Policy 2009, which along with the AFL Code of Conduct, enshrined the AFL Membership Policy, tells us that the more things change under Demetrious’ watch, the more they stay the same.
the reason there was so much legal action is because one of the suppressed photos showed one of the players performing oral sex on another.supposedly one of those photos is the first of a series leading up to the climax.if you know anyone who works at a tv station or newspaper,ask them as they are being shared privately.the girl apparently sent all the photos to all the media outlets,thats why the original story of the miami hotel room quietly went away
fuck you says:
you people are fucked if you think this is right or ar suppporting her sure i hate afl and think its gay but this isnt right oh and as for the comments about them getting a job fuck you lets see you run around and do there job. also how how is rugby any different just seems to be more touching in it and less physical fittness seriously you people should be ashamed of yourselves
HAHA HAVE YOU SEEN THIS PICTURE? http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:xppPCk3icPi1iM:http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitpic/photos/full/215732297.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=0ZRYP5X5F6FSMBCCSE82&Expires=1293596947&Signature=8smEdCHBymZJCH6%2BBt6mfqZbti4%3D&t=1
LOL, hadn’t but.. ew, haha
Eh, we’ll see what happens.
WINFIELD RED’S 25′s, was about a 35 a day… now maybe 15 a day.
haha. *rolls eyes*
you gave so many women hope, now you are just as bad as the players you wanted to expose. shame on you for pretending you would change things. now you’ve just proven exactly what you wanted to stop, the afl having complete power… so sad.
I just really needed a place to stay..
Do you know what it’s like to stay on the streets?
Do you know what it’s like to not be able to eat for a few days because you have no money?
if you like older men you should like me as am a bit more than twice your age…if you looking at spending time in adelaide let me know, at least still counts me as one of the 1 out of 10 people who like you and comment lol !!
why did you settle i feel like you let down a whole bunch of women who wanted you to carry the torch of train!
I’m Sorry.. I feel sort of the same way
Considering I’ve been to about 3 parties in my life?
I’ve been going out clubbing since I was about 14/15.. So tell me when – Inbetween running 7 days a week and clubbing I managed to fit a party in?
footballers are all cock heads that treat women like shit…more people like you should try to show the world what they are really like….you are very sexy
All the things I can’t explain…
I know you wanna be together, and I wanna spend the night with you.. yeah yeah… with you-oo yeah yeahh, so come with me tonight we can make the night last foreveeerrrr
oh, oh… Let’s pretend you’re mine… We could just pretend, we could just pretend.. yeah yeah… you got what I like, you got what I like, I got whatcha like.. oh cmon… just one taste and you’ll want more… SO TELL ME WHAT YOU’RE WAITING FOR!!!!
*Guitar Solo……* comeeee babyyy we aint gonna live foreveeerrrrr, let me show you all the things that we could dooooo.
yeah CBF writing anymore. ahah.
If you had sex with the footballers on march 27 that would mean the baby wouldn’t be due until about January 27 meaning they could not be the father of the child. correct
Um…. that was my duedate…
Kim Kim Kim……run away with me and we’ll leave Australia behind and we’ll travel the world and have a drink in every bar
that sounds amazing haha
im not going to answer that…
Apple last updated the MacBook Pros almost one year ago with Intel’s Core i5 and i7 processors. Apple has been due to refresh the MacBook Pros with the latest Intel Sandy Bridge processors which are said to be a significant improvement over last year’s processors.
MacBook Pro stock has been dwindling internationally and this morning two Italian sites listed give new MacBook Pro part numbers (MC720, MC721, MC723, MC724, and MC725) that are said to represent the new updates. The new machines are said to be making their way to Italian resellers towards the end of the month with a released date of Thursday or Friday.
We’ve since heard reliable confirmation that this information is accurate and that the expected release date is next Thursday, February 24th. The move would be a bit unusual for Apple to launch new machines on a Thursday. So, if you are about to buy a new MacBook Pro, wait until next week.
n Egypt’s President Mubarak
resigned on Friday, handing power to the
army, with the news sending US stocks
higher, but oil prices and the US dollar
n US consumer sentiment rose from
74.2 to 75.1 in February, but still below
forecasts for a result near 75.5. And the
US trade deficit widened from US$38.3bn
to US$40.6bn in January, just above
forecasts of US$40.4bn.
n European shares rose on Friday
in response to the news from Egypt and
higher corporate earnings from Swatch and
Alcatel. Shares in Nokia fell 14pct after
striking up a partnership deal with
Microsoft. The FTSEurofirst index rose by
0.4pct, with the UK FTSE up 0.7pct and
German Dax higher by 0.4pct.
n US sharemarkets rose on news
that Egypt’s President Mubarak had
resigned. At the close of trade, the Dow
Jones index was up 44pts or 0.4pct with
the S&P 500 up 0.6pct and the Nasdaq hit
3-year highs, up 19pts or 0.7pct. Over
the week the Dow Jones rose by 1.5pct
with the S&P up 1.4pct and Nasdaq lifted
n US treasuries were mixed on
Friday as some investors weighed up
latest economic and geopolitical news
while others embraced long bonds with
yields at 10-mth highs. US 2yr yields
were largely steady at 0.84pct but US
10yr yields eased 6pts to 3.63pct. Over
the week US 2yr yields rose by 9pts but
US 10yr yields fell less than 1pt.
n The Euro and commodity
currencies rallied in afternoon US trade
following news that Egypt’s President
Mubarak has resigned. The Euro eased from
US$1.3580 to US$1.3500 before reversing
course to end US trade near US$1.3545.
The Aussie dollar rose from US99.55c to
US100.30c, weakened to US99.90c, before
reversing to US100.20c at the US close.
And the Japanese yen lifted from 83.65
yen per US dollar to around JPY83.30,
before weakening to JPY83.45 in late US
n US crude oil prices fell on news
that Egypt’s President Mubarak had
resigned. The Nymex crude oil contract
fell by US$1.15 (1.3pct) to US$85.58 a
barrel. But the expiring London Brent
crude rose by US56c to US$101.43 a
barrel. Over the week Nymex crude fell by
3.9pct while Brent rose by 1.6pct.
n Base metal prices were higher on
the London Metal Exchange on Friday, the
exception being aluminium, down 1.7pct.
Other metals rose between 0.3-1.9pct with
lead doing best. Over the week metals
eased by 0.3-2.7pct but after soaring
5-7pct in the previous week. But the gold
price eased on Friday as investors
trimmed demand for safe-haven assets. The
Comex gold futures price fell by US$2.10
an ounce to US$1,360.40. Gold rose by US
$11.40 an ounce (0.8pct) over the week.
n Ahead: In Australia, housing
finance and credit card data are
released. Leighton Holdings and Bendigo &
Adelaide Bank release earnings. Chinese
trade data is released. In the US, no
major economic data is scheduled.
The Australian share market is likely to start today’s sessions slightly lower, following weak overseas leads, with US stocks edging lower as investors retreated following a five month rally that pushed the market to two and a half year highs.
On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, closed 7 points higher to 12,240, S&P500 fell 4 points to close 1,321 and the NASDAQ down 8 points to close 2,789.
European stocks were lower: London’s FTSE down 39 points, Paris down 18 and Frankfurt fell 2.
To Asian markets, stocks were lower: Hong Kong’s Hang Seng was down 320 points, Tokyo fell 18 points and China’s Shanghai Composite dropped 25 points.
The Australian share market finished higher on Wednesday. The S&P/ASX 200 Index closed 14 points stronger to 4,905 and on the futures market the SPI is down 5 points.
Turning to currencies and the Australian Dollar at 8:20AM was buying $1.0117 US cents, 62.83 Pence Sterling, 83.36 Yen and 73.7 Euro cents.
In economic news: Today we will see ABS labour force data for January.
Company news: On Wednesday shares in ASX Ltd. (ASX:ASX) rose 0.22 per cent to close at $36.70. Pressure is mounting on the ASX to join forces with a global partner, according to media reports. The London Stock Exchange yesterday confirmed it will buy the owner of the Toronto Stock Exchange – with the effects of the announcement being felt closer to home. If the plan can overcome political opposition in Canada, the group will be the largest platform for mining and energy listings worldwide. ASX Ltd reported a financial year net profit of $328 million in 2010.
Yesterday shares in Rio Tinto Ltd (ASX:RIO) rose 1.21 per cent to close at $88.38. The Guinean government has announced it will more than double its share of mining projects, putting Rio’s plans for the world’s largest undeveloped iron ore resource in jeopardy. Guinea’s new mining minister told The Australian Financial Review he would meet Rio officials next week to discuss the planned changes. For the six months to 30 June 2010, Rio Tinto reported a net profit of $7.4 billion.
To commodities: Gold is up $1.40 to $US1,365 an ounce for the April contract on Comex, silver is steady at $30.28 for March and copper is down $0.05 to $4.52 a pound. Oil fell $0.23 at $86.71 a barrel for March light crude in New York.
n The US Federal Reserve chairman
Ben Bernanke gave testimony to Congress
on Wednesday. While Bernanke is
encouraged by recent economic data, he
notes that unemployment remains too high.
Bernanke vowed to complete the second
round of quantitative easing and was not
concerned about the potential for higher
inflation despite rising global commodity
n European shares eased on
Wednesday as investors chose to take
profits across equity and commodity
markets in response to Tuesday’s decision
by China to lift interest rates. In
corporate news, London Stock Exchange is
to buy Canada’s TMX. The FTSEurofirst
index fell by 0.4pct, with the UK FTSE
lower by 0.6pct while the German Dax fell
less than 0.1pct. In London trade,
mining shares were lower with Xstrata
down by 1.7pct, Rio Tinto easing 1.1pct
and BHP Billiton was lower by 2.1pct.
n US investors chose to take
profits on Wednesday after seven days of
gains. Shares of financial market
exchanges were amongst the best
performers on news that Deutsche Boerse
is in advanced talks to merge with NYSE
Euronext. With an hour of trade to go,
the Dow Jones index was lower by 35pts or
0.3pct with the S&P 500 down 0.7pct and
the Nasdaq was lower by 14pts or 0.5pct.
n US treasuries rose on Wednesday
(yields lower). Investors chose to shift
funds from equities to bonds after Ben
Bernanke indicated little concern about
inflation and a determination to continue
with quantitative easing. There was also
good demand for an auction of 10yr notes.
US 2yr yields fell by 7pts to 0.79pct and
US 10yr yields fell by 11pts to 3.63pct.
n Major currencies were mixed
against the greenback during European and
US trade. The Euro rose from near US
$1.3610 to US$1.3740 and was holding near
US$1.3720 in late US trade. The Aussie
dollar traded between US100.85c and
US101.45c, and was near US$100.95c in
late US trade. And the Japanese yen
lifted from 82.65 yen per US dollar to
around JPY82.20, and was near JPY82.35 in
late US trade.
n US and European crude oil prices
diverged on Wednesday. US oil prices
softened in response to high stock
levels. The Energy Information
Administration reported that gasoline
stocks rose in the latest week to the
highest level in almost 21 years. But
Brent crude rose on concern about
simmering unrest in Egypt. The Nymex
crude oil contract fell by US23c to US
$86.71 a barrel. But London Brent crude
rose by US$1.75 to US$101.67 a barrel.
n Base metal prices eased on the
London Metal Exchange on Wednesday as
investors chose to take profits. Metals
fell up to 2.7pct with nickel doing best,
falling only slightly. But the Comex
gold futures price rose US$1.40 an ounce
to US$1,365.50 on simmering inflation
n Ahead: In Australia, labour
market figures for January are released.
Telstra and Rio Tinto are among those
releasing half-year results. In the US,
weekly jobless claims data and wholesale
trade figures are released.
PBOC lifts interest rates
The People’s Bank of China has lifted
interest rates for the second time in just
over a month. The 1-year deposit rate will
be lifted 25 basis points to 3.00pct while
the 1-year lending rate is up 25bps to
US chain store sales rose by 2.7pct last
week compared with a year earlier according
to Redbook Research.
European shares were mixed on Tuesday in
response to China’s decision to lift
interest rates. The FTSEurofirst index fell
by 0.1pct, but the UK FTSE rose 0.7pct with
the German Dax up 0.5pct. In London trade,
mining shares were higher with Xstrata up by
1.7pct with Rio Tinto up 1.9pct and BHP
Billiton up 0.8pct.
US sharemarkets rose again on Tuesday with
investors shrugging off China’s decision to
lift interest rates. Shares in McDonalds
rose by 2.9pct after the fast-food giant
announced that January same store sales beat
market expectations. Of interest, a small
start up company, Gateway Industries, was up
20,000pct today. With an hour of trade to
go, the Dow Jones index was up 48pts or
0.4pct with the S&P 500 up 0.2pct and the
Nasdaq was higher by 6pts or 0.2pct.
US treasuries fell again on Tuesday (yields
higher). Investors fretted about global
inflationary pressures following China’s
decision to raise rates for the third time
since October. US 2yr yields rose by 8pts to
0.84pct and US 10yr yields lifted by 8pts to
Major currencies again largely tracked
sideways against the greenback during
European and US trade on Tuesday. The Euro
held between US$1.3590 and US$1.3690 and was
near US$1.3625 in late US trade. The Aussie
dollar traded between US101.10c and
US101.90c, and was near US$101.45c in late
US trade. And the Japanese yen traded from
81.80 yen per US dollar to around JPY82.30,
and was near JPY82.35 in late US trade.
US crude oil prices fell again on Tuesday.
While strike activity has occurred in the
Suez Canal region, a senior canal officer
told Reuters that they wouldn’t affect canal
operations. The Nymex crude oil contract
fell by US54c (0.6pct) to US$86.94 a barrel.
But London Brent crude rose by US78c to US
$100.03 a barrel.
Base metal prices were again little changed
on the London Metal Exchange on Monday. All
metals rose between 0.1-0.5pct except lead
which lost 1.1pct. And the gold price rose
to three-week highs on Tuesday on global
inflation concerns with the Comex gold
futures price up US$15.90 an ounce to US
Ahead: In Australia, consumer sentiment
data is released. Commonwealth Bank, Boral
and Stockland are amongst those releasing
half-year results. In the US, Federal
Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke delivers
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It was pretty boring in terms of the data and news flow last night.
Equities did well around ze globe, on a run of positive earnings and the
strengthening view that global growth is strong. Bonds in contrast did
little – ditto FX – while commodities for their part were mixed.
The domestic news flow has been more interesting of late and we get another
decent release today with NAB’s January business survey (1130). It was only
a week ago that we got the December figures showing a drop in confidence
but a pick up in actual conditions. January’s numbers are likely to show
another drop in confidence given the floods, but as history has shown,
confidence figures tend to bounce back when things settle down, so we
shouldn’t be too concerned about any deterioration today and instead we
need to focus on the underlying momentum. I can appreciate that this is
hard to do though. The papers are relentless in telling us how bad things
are and so it is completely normal for confidence figures to be distorted
by extreme news events.
Underlying momentum nevertheless remains robust – and we saw this in
yesterdays retail results. Consumer spending ex food was strong for the 2nd
month running and has been pretty solid on average for the bulk of this
year. Yet what do we read in the press today? It’s about how the sector is
struggling – what rot. We’ve been hearing this since day one of the
recovery by the way, even when all the data was unanimous in showing
strength. Look, I’m sure some retailers aren’t finding things as easy as
they once were, but that doesn’t mean things are truly tough. Some of the
larger players who may be finding things harder may instead need to look at
their business model – spending patterns, the shop font – all of this is
changing and it’s not as easy as it once was. That’s what competition is
all about. That doesn’t mean, as the data proved yesterday, that consumers
have put their wallets away.
Things are not booming, no one is suggesting this, but the data is
unequivocal in showing decent underlying momentum. If consumers had really
put their wallets away, would household goods spending be up 1.5% in
December, after 2 months of strong growth? Would clothing and soft goods
retailing be up 2.7% in the month? Would spending in cafes and restaurants
have increased by 0.8% in December? If people weren’t spending, and noting
that I’m not very good at math (or spelling), I just don’t think they would
be – the numbers don’t add up. And remember that most of these goods are
subject to deflation, prices are falling, so if values are rising that can
only mean volumes growth is even stronger. The debate has become
ridiculous in Australia and we have several wags talking as if we were in a
downturn – really ludicrous stuff. I shouldn’t complain too much though,
because just like most the ‘debates’ we had last year, it does provide a
good opportunity to profit.
As to last night’s price action though, and with about half an hour to go,
US equities are up 0.5% on the S&P500 (1317) with financials, industrials
and tech stocks leading the charge. Energy stocks weren’t too far behind,
despite a 1.7% fall in crude ($87.45 on WTI or -0.6% to $99.26 for Brent).
The Dow for its part was up 63pts (12156), the Nasdaq was 0.5% higher
(2782) while the SPI was also 0.5% higher (4870). Finally stocks in Europe
were all up about 0.9%-1% on the major indices.
As mentioned, debt markets were subdued and US Treasuries are little
changed from yesterday afternoon. The 2yr yield is up 1bp to 0.76%, the 5yr
yield is unchanged at 2.28% while the 10yr is also unchanged at 3.64%.
Aussie futures did nothing on a tight range – 3s at 94.64, and 10s at
No real changes on FX either, AUD is at 1.0142 (down 6pips on a 50pip
range), EUR is at 1.3593 (down 16pips on a big figure range), GBP is 1.6124
(big figure + range) while Yen is virtually unchanged at 82.28. Gold is up
smalls ($1350) while copper is down 0.4% in NY.
Dataflow was reasonably minor. German factory orders fell 3.4% in December
after a 5% increase and are about 20% higher annually. Canadian building
permits rose 2.4% in December after a 10.5% drop in the month prior.
Finally, US consumer credit was a lot stronger than expected, rising $6.1bn
compared to expectations of $2.4bn. ON the News Front, the head of research
and the San Fran Fed said that the US economy had reached escape velocity.
Apparently the Germans are trying to end wage indexation, raise retirement
ages and lock in debt limits into EU constitutions – in a competitiveness
pact. All sensible stuff, although some of the troubled states have voiced
opposition to it.
Very little out tonight, German industrial production and a bunch of Fed
That’s it, have a great day.
Home buyer confidence dips 240 people have read this article Monday, 07 February 2011 Staff Reporter Economic uncertainty brought on by the recent natural disasters has impacted home buyer confidence. Just 48.2 per cent of properties cleared at auction in Sydney this weekend, significantly lower than the 68.2 per cent achieved this time last year. The most expensive property sold at the weekend was a three bedroom house in Punchbowl, which went under the hammer for $1.4million; the cheapest was a $151,000, two bedroom unit in Campbelltown. And the story was much the same in both Melbourne and Queensland, according to Australian Property Monitors. In Melbourne, just 61.6 per cent of properties cleared – down from the 75.0 per cent recorded this time last year. Meanwhile Brisbane achieved a clearance rate of just 23.0 per cent.