Armo injury worse than expected.

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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby saintsRrising » Thu 18 May 2017 9:28pm

Extra glad the club picked up both Steele and Stevens now..
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby ace » Thu 18 May 2017 11:42pm

Armo will be fine once the surgeons have removed both his legs and all his organs.
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby Teflon » Fri 19 May 2017 12:16am

Ive had hot spots before,
My wife loved them
Those were the days but I played through the pain....
I see dumb people...
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby elizabethr » Fri 19 May 2017 1:36am

Airlie Beach was a hot spot until trashed by Cyclone Debbie.
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby WellardSaint » Fri 19 May 2017 1:50am

elizabethr wrote:Airlie Beach was a hot spot until trashed by Cyclone Debbie.

But it's gonna come back better than before.
Banana-benders are resilient.

I visited Townsville about 3-4 weeks after Cyclone Yasi.
I was amazed at how tough the folk were.

I know there HAD BEEN damage, but I couldn't see much,
they musta just got on with fixing stuff.

I've lived in Perth for 20 years, and Melbourne before that since birth,
and if Perth or Melbourne had copped a whack like that, folks would be still stunned.

Nth Qld folk? Nobody spoke about the cyclone, the motel owner had a chuckle
when I asked about Yasi and said "Sh.t happens" no moaning, nothing.

Pragmatic, tough, rugged; "let's fix it and move on"
Summertime just means lots of sunburn, lots of pain.
Long wait till footy season, when the pain of sunburn is replaced by the pain of missed opportunities, missed shots at goal,
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby elizabethr » Fri 19 May 2017 1:26pm

WellardSaint wrote:
elizabethr wrote:Airlie Beach was a hot spot until trashed by Cyclone Debbie.

But it's gonna come back better than before.
Banana-benders are resilient.

I visited Townsville about 3-4 weeks after Cyclone Yasi.
I was amazed at how tough the folk were.

I know there HAD BEEN damage, but I couldn't see much,
they musta just got on with fixing stuff.

I've lived in Perth for 20 years, and Melbourne before that since birth,
and if Perth or Melbourne had copped a whack like that, folks would be still stunned.

Nth Qld folk? Nobody spoke about the cyclone, the motel owner had a chuckle
when I asked about Yasi and said "Sh.t happens" no moaning, nothing.

Pragmatic, tough, rugged; "let's fix it and move on"


Armo is a North Queenslander!
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby loris » Fri 19 May 2017 1:40pm

elizabethr wrote:
WellardSaint wrote:
elizabethr wrote:Airlie Beach was a hot spot until trashed by Cyclone Debbie.

But it's gonna come back better than before.
Banana-benders are resilient.

I visited Townsville about 3-4 weeks after Cyclone Yasi.
I was amazed at how tough the folk were.

I know there HAD BEEN damage, but I couldn't see much,
they musta just got on with fixing stuff.

I've lived in Perth for 20 years, and Melbourne before that since birth,
and if Perth or Melbourne had copped a whack like that, folks would be still stunned.

Nth Qld folk? Nobody spoke about the cyclone, the motel owner had a chuckle
when I asked about Yasi and said "Sh.t happens" no moaning, nothing.

Pragmatic, tough, rugged; "let's fix it and move on"


Armo is a North Queenslander!


It's only natural then, that Armo has all those traits Wellard mentions, pragmatic, tough & rugged. Great rellie to have eh Lizzie?
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby saintbrat » Sat 20 May 2017 9:51pm

confirmed on twitter today that the club have said surgery Tuesday
6-8 weeks
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Re: Armo injury worse than expected.

Postby WellardSaint » Sun 21 May 2017 3:18am

elizabethr wrote:
WellardSaint wrote:
elizabethr wrote:Airlie Beach was a hot spot until trashed by Cyclone Debbie.

But it's gonna come back better than before.
Banana-benders are resilient.

I visited Townsville about 3-4 weeks after Cyclone Yasi.
I was amazed at how tough the folk were.

I know there HAD BEEN damage, but I couldn't see much,
they musta just got on with fixing stuff.

I've lived in Perth for 20 years, and Melbourne before that since birth,
and if Perth or Melbourne had copped a whack like that, folks would be still stunned.

Nth Qld folk? Nobody spoke about the cyclone, the motel owner had a chuckle
when I asked about Yasi and said "Sh.t happens" no moaning, nothing.

Pragmatic, tough, rugged; "let's fix it and move on"


Armo is a North Queenslander!


Yes, that's why I mentioned NQ because Dave's from Mackay :roll:
Summertime just means lots of sunburn, lots of pain.
Long wait till footy season, when the pain of sunburn is replaced by the pain of missed opportunities, missed shots at goal,
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