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Thirsty Tigers at the pump: Neil Balme (left), Kevin Sheedy and Mal Brown.
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Tigers turned to the treasurer for a top-up

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GARGLING gatherings in the garage, the Plugger pig plot and multiple Macs, SCOT PALMER’S Punchlines is a parade of plenty: BACK in the 70s these three Tigers might have been discussing the price of gas and how the oil crisis had sent it soaring from 50 cents a... More »

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The Wayne Harmes Grand Final storm rages on

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MAGPIES in the mire, Marmalade on the menu, Rex ropes them in and Tuddy sends them tumbling. SCOT PALMER’S PUNCHLINES provides plenty: COLLINGWOOD supporters hate to be reminded of it, but the famous Wayne Harmes boundary knock-on remains one of the great talk... More »

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Dougie puts his pollie days on hold

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POLITICIANS, PLAYMATES, PRINCES, PADDLERS – Scot Palmer’s Punchlines finds an old Bulldog much in demand, catches up with footy’s glamour queen, and recalls a brush with royalty: DASHING Dougie Hawkins seems to have put the state of Canberra ... More »

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Barassi tops the menu 

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PROCLAMATIONS, PRONOUNCEMENTS, PREDILECTIONS – SCOT PALMER’S Punchlines discovers hairy Demon ruckman “Bull” Baker is the toast of Tassie as a restaurateur, Bomber Alec Epis has struck gold as a vintner, and Carlton is celebrating the birth of a se... More »

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How Punchlines tracked down the wild man of the bush!

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SCOT PALMER has pounded out PUNCHLINES persistently and professionally for so long he has almost forgotten when it all began. Here he tells how he found the missing ruckman…or at least his wet socks: THE prized land of Tibooburra near Yellingbo, at the foot of... More »

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Sam told time to tone down his tastes

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SCOT PALMER serves up another action-packed, provocative PUNCHLINES package packed with powerful prose:   SAM KEKOVICH continues to live high on the … well, not the hog but the lamb. But not quite as high as he has become accustomed to for last decade or ... More »