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"
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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:
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