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2012-05-08 02:05:19 AM  

Aussie_As: Fury Pilot: The article does not provide a comparison number of women. There may be only 86,000 "marriage material" men, but in comparison to how many single women (less than, greater than, these things are important to detail).

Also, who asked the Catholic Church for its opinion?

\Disqualified for being over 34 :)

This story received some minor attention in Australian media. Stupid Australian media, that is. The answer to your question is, according to this survey, 1.3 million single women. I somehow doubt that they excluded women with kids or women earning under $60K, like they did with men to get this stupid statistic.


I'm an Aussie too and I've seen it before on the news.

It states though that there are 1.3 million women to 1.343 million men in that age group - no mention of being single etc, just a general count.

It then jumps to 86,000 "marriage material" men, but no mention if that is greater or less than the number of "marriage material" women.There is no mention of the number of "marriage material" women at all.

There is one positive, at 39 but meeting all the other criteria, I am no longer marriage material :)

This story can safely be ignored. It's what happens when stupid Australian Catholics get into stupid Australian media. Here in Australia we do have some occasionally excellent media, and for all I know there may be some non-stupid Catholics too.

I don't hold much hope for the media, the stupid part seems to be spreading ...
 
2012-05-08 02:06:12 AM  

Pray 4 Mojo: Men are figuring out what a scam the whole system of marriage, divorce, support and custody is. And many... like me... simply picked up their ball and went home. Not investing my effort in a game knowing the rules aren't fair.


Yep. It's all the women's fault. Totally and absolutely.
 
2012-05-08 02:12:49 AM  

trappedspirit: Fury Pilot: Makh: ::Scene of a New England style clambake:: Man Drought. Foster's: Australian for beer.

Don't ever make the mistake of stating Fosters: Australian for beer around an Aussie, it is a bootable offence.

\I'll let you off this time with a warning :)

That's refreshing. After sampling some Fosters, it wasn't anything I had to spit out of my mouth. And I've had one or two since. But I had this feeling that this was not all Australia had to offer. What do you like?


The English in particular seem to be under the impression that Fosters is an Australian beer, but it appears to be just a brand name stuck on whatever local production they do. I cannot think of one time I have seen someone at a bar here order a Fosters.

I'm not much of a beer drinker myself as I have a dodgy liver, but Matilda Bay Breweries make some interesting beers - especially Beez Neez, which is a honey wheat beer.
Of the bigger breweries, I think Cascade tends to be the best.
 
2012-05-08 02:16:04 AM  
www.advocate.com
 
2012-05-08 02:17:21 AM  
Homely men of the world, take heart!
 
2012-05-08 02:19:19 AM  
I somehow blame Vegemite.
 
2012-05-08 02:19:53 AM  

trappedspirit: I never considered the "sharp knees" meme and Australia to be on the same continent. One you are in the outback, you're lucky to find one that understands shaving.

/this was meant to bring out the extremely rare but exceptional photos of Australian models


If I can, I'll be straight onto that after work ....
 
2012-05-08 02:20:02 AM  
Found one!

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2012-05-08 02:22:49 AM  
i618.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-08 02:25:43 AM  

Fury Pilot: The English in particular seem to be under the impression that Fosters is an Australian beer, but it appears to be just a brand name stuck on whatever local production they do. I cannot think of one time I have seen someone at a bar here order a Fosters.

I'm not much of a beer drinker myself as I have a dodgy liver, but Matilda Bay Breweries make some interesting beers - especially Beez Neez, which is a honey wheat beer.
Of the bigger breweries, I think Cascade tends to be the best.


You have good taste, IMHO :)

Beez Neez is a good brew. I like the other Matilda Bay beers too - Redback (wheat) and Fat Yak (Pale Ale).
Over here in WA we have Little Creatures which is also pretty tasty. It does get out of state, but not massively AFAICT.
There are a bunch of smaller brewers popping up now too.


To the original question - much like the US there are a lot of generic lager styled beers, pretty nondescript and light on flavour. These are(just like in the US) pretty darn good on a hot day when you want something cold, but not exactly beer to relish for taste. Tooheys and Hahn seem to be the main ones, though there's also Swan, various varieties of "Carlton" and a few others. Cascade is a similar style but more crisp and I reckon it's slightly more of a 'real' beer than the others. I mean, you can tell it's got hops in and everything!
 
2012-05-08 02:27:35 AM  

Gothnet: hundreddollarman: If all the Sheilas in Australia look like Yvonne Strahovski, I'm immigrating.

/(turns in U.S. passport)


As an immigrant to the fine nation of Australia, I'll say this - the women are beautiful. BUT, by about the age of 30/35 they turn leathery. The sun here is totally unforgiving.


I assume one is allowed to build windowless sound-proofed basements in Australia.
 
2012-05-08 02:29:22 AM  

El Brujo: [i618.photobucket.com image 200x253]


Ok.
4.bp.blogspot.com
Ok.
 
2012-05-08 02:39:30 AM  
I'd take the ones that are at least living comfortably....Of course, they're all working over here in Whistler and Banff.... either way, sexy accent is sexy
 
2012-05-08 02:42:35 AM  

Gothnet: Fury Pilot: The English in particular seem to be under the impression that Fosters is an Australian beer, but it appears to be just a brand name stuck on whatever local production they do. I cannot think of one time I have seen someone at a bar here order a Fosters.

I'm not much of a beer drinker myself as I have a dodgy liver, but Matilda Bay Breweries make some interesting beers - especially Beez Neez, which is a honey wheat beer.
Of the bigger breweries, I think Cascade tends to be the best.

You have good taste, IMHO :)

Beez Neez is a good brew. I like the other Matilda Bay beers too - Redback (wheat) and Fat Yak (Pale Ale).
Over here in WA we have Little Creatures which is also pretty tasty. It does get out of state, but not massively AFAICT.
There are a bunch of smaller brewers popping up now too.


To the original question - much like the US there are a lot of generic lager styled beers, pretty nondescript and light on flavour. These are(just like in the US) pretty darn good on a hot day when you want something cold, but not exactly beer to relish for taste. Tooheys and Hahn seem to be the main ones, though there's also Swan, various varieties of "Carlton" and a few others. Cascade is a similar style but more crisp and I reckon it's slightly more of a 'real' beer than the others. I mean, you can tell it's got hops in and everything!


Obviously in Victoria, Victoria Bitter (VB) and Carlton Draught are popular and easily accessible (bottle-o, on tap etc). Cascade as a Tasmanian beer is also pretty common, but Tooheys and Hahn as northern state beers aren't so much.

I believe that Little Creatures is from the guys that foundered Matilda Bay. I have seen it for sale occasionally in better bottleshops. I think Matilda Bay is a Cascade brand now.
 
2012-05-08 02:45:07 AM  

SpaceyCat: Heh. A couple of decades ago, it was the reverse. When I was in high school, I remember hearing about "ads" for women to move to Australia - they'd receive 50K if they moved there permanently.


Somehow I doubt that went directly to them. Once their passports were stolen and they were beaten into submission their pimps might earn that much.

Women need to be very wary of immigration traps.
 
2012-05-08 02:48:23 AM  

Fury Pilot: Obviously in Victoria, Victoria Bitter (VB) and Carlton Draught are popular and easily accessible (bottle-o, on tap etc). Cascade as a Tasmanian beer is also pretty common, but Tooheys and Hahn as northern state beers aren't so much.

I believe that Little Creatures is from the guys that foundered Matilda Bay. I have seen it for sale occasionally in better bottleshops. I think Matilda Bay is a Cascade brand now.


Ah right, that would make some sense.

The old Matilda Bay brewery is just down the road from where I live and looks like it's been empty for years. I have heard mutterings from folks over here (in vaguely disparaging tones) that it moved "Over East", the generic term for anywhere else in Australia.

Did not know Tooheys and Hahn were northern state things! I knew XXXX was a Queensland thing, and I did forget entirely about VB. Probably for the best :)
 
2012-05-08 02:54:38 AM  

Fluorescent Testicle: Mojo


Fluorescent Testicle: Pray 4 Mojo: Men are figuring out what a scam the whole system of marriage, divorce, support and custody is. And many... like me... simply picked up their ball and went home. Not investing my effort in a game knowing the rules aren't fair.

Yep. It's all the women's fault. Totally and absolutely.


If you say so...

'cause I certainly didn't say that.
 
2012-05-08 02:59:17 AM  

Gothnet: Fury Pilot: Obviously in Victoria, Victoria Bitter (VB) and Carlton Draught are popular and easily accessible (bottle-o, on tap etc). Cascade as a Tasmanian beer is also pretty common, but Tooheys and Hahn as northern state beers aren't so much.

I believe that Little Creatures is from the guys that foundered Matilda Bay. I have seen it for sale occasionally in better bottleshops. I think Matilda Bay is a Cascade brand now.

Ah right, that would make some sense.

The old Matilda Bay brewery is just down the road from where I live and looks like it's been empty for years. I have heard mutterings from folks over here (in vaguely disparaging tones) that it moved "Over East", the generic term for anywhere else in Australia.

Did not know Tooheys and Hahn were northern state things! I knew XXXX was a Queensland thing, and I did forget entirely about VB. Probably for the best :)


Both Tooheys and Hahn are Sydney breweries and I suspect probably both owned from the same company these days.

The funny thing is the XXXX is produced by Castlemaine Breweries (named after Castlemaine, Victoria), but I doubt it has been produced in Victoria for a long time. Certainly only remember it while I was living in Brisbane.
 
2012-05-08 03:00:20 AM  

Gothnet:

Beez Neez is a good brew. I like the other Matilda Bay beers too - Redback (wheat) and Fat Yak (Pale Ale).
Over here in WA we have Little Creatures which is also pretty tasty. It does get out of state, but not massively AFAICT.
There are a bunch of smaller brewers popping up now too.


Oh there's quite a bit of Little Creatures in Melbourne! This place is a great place to lounge around in on a hot summers day.

Love some Beez Neez too!
 
2012-05-08 03:02:31 AM  

Dunit: Gothnet:

Beez Neez is a good brew. I like the other Matilda Bay beers too - Redback (wheat) and Fat Yak (Pale Ale).
Over here in WA we have Little Creatures which is also pretty tasty. It does get out of state, but not massively AFAICT.
There are a bunch of smaller brewers popping up now too.


Oh there's quite a bit of Little Creatures in Melbourne! This place is a great place to lounge around in on a hot summers day.

Love some Beez Neez too!


How did I not know this place existed.
It is like only 10 minutes away.
 
2012-05-08 03:18:00 AM  

Gothnet: Fury Pilot: The English in particular seem to be under the impression that Fosters is an Australian beer, but it appears to be just a brand name stuck on whatever local production they do. I cannot think of one time I have seen someone at a bar here order a Fosters.

I'm not much of a beer drinker myself as I have a dodgy liver, but Matilda Bay Breweries make some interesting beers - especially Beez Neez, which is a honey wheat beer.
Of the bigger breweries, I think Cascade tends to be the best.

You have good taste, IMHO :)

Beez Neez is a good brew. I like the other Matilda Bay beers too - Redback (wheat) and Fat Yak (Pale Ale).
Over here in WA we have Little Creatures which is also pretty tasty. It does get out of state, but not massively AFAICT.
There are a bunch of smaller brewers popping up now too.


To the original question - much like the US there are a lot of generic lager styled beers, pretty nondescript and light on flavour. These are(just like in the US) pretty darn good on a hot day when you want something cold, but not exactly beer to relish for taste. Tooheys and Hahn seem to be the main ones, though there's also Swan, various varieties of "Carlton" and a few others. Cascade is a similar style but more crisp and I reckon it's slightly more of a 'real' beer than the others. I mean, you can tell it's got hops in and everything!


www.taste.com.au
 
2012-05-08 03:35:07 AM  
For a generic beer that you might buy any day Toohey's Old far surpasses anything similar in the US. For good micro brews and specialty beers, I really enjoy the range offered us here in Australia.
 
2012-05-08 03:39:14 AM  
I recall the beers in Adelaide being quite good. The men, less so, but I can't judge properly as I'm not a Catholic priest.
 
2012-05-08 04:03:39 AM  
I'm an Australian who's opening a microbrewery so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2012-05-08 04:09:54 AM  

D_S_W: I'm an Australian who's opening a microbrewery so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.


I have never, not even once, abused my powers. However, if you do not send me a sample of your wares I am so banning your arse*.

* your arse will not be banned. Please indicate the name of your fine product and I shall endevour to purchase some. In other words... TAKE MY MONEY!!!!
 
2012-05-08 04:21:01 AM  
all the Aussie guys are in Whistler, BC bangin Canadian chicks.
 
2012-05-08 04:27:06 AM  

Fury Pilot: trappedspirit: Fury Pilot: Makh: ::Scene of a New England style clambake:: Man Drought. Foster's: Australian for beer.

Don't ever make the mistake of stating Fosters: Australian for beer around an Aussie, it is a bootable offence.

\I'll let you off this time with a warning :)

That's refreshing. After sampling some Fosters, it wasn't anything I had to spit out of my mouth. And I've had one or two since. But I had this feeling that this was not all Australia had to offer. What do you like?

The English in particular seem to be under the impression that Fosters is an Australian beer, but it appears to be just a brand name stuck on whatever local production they do. I cannot think of one time I have seen someone at a bar here order a Fosters.

I'm not much of a beer drinker myself as I have a dodgy liver, but Matilda Bay Breweries make some interesting beers - especially Beez Neez, which is a honey wheat beer.
Of the bigger breweries, I think Cascade tends to be the best.


You might be surprised to know that Fosters sold internationally uses nearly the identical recipe that Crown Lager does domestically. Both, in my estimation, are essentially not too far off from V.B.

Also, they all suck major ass.

I like many things about Australia, but the beer is not one of them. There are some good small breweries like Little Creatures, Burleigh Heads and Lobethal, but you'll be damned if you can find anything but a Little Creatures at the bottle shop most of the time. Also, for a country of raging alcoholics, let me tell you - the beer prices are farking criminal (no irony intended).
 
2012-05-08 04:34:03 AM  

Gothnet: Nah, this is a non-story based on the rantings of a catholic priest who is decrying the decline in marriage rates. Naturally he blames women for this, and has decided they are too picky about who they want to marry. Never would he consider that less people get married at all because they don't feel the societal pressure to do so any more, or that those that do get married are doing so later. No, it's women being picky and unreasonable.


Who said it wasn't both?
 
2012-05-08 04:40:44 AM  
Reminds me of when I first got on Facebook a couple of years ago and caught up with female friends from college. The ones who dated dirtbags because "I just want to have fun now" and thought that there would always be an endless supply of quality men beating down their door got a large reality check. Now they're in their thirties complaining that all the good men are taken. Yeah, because they were snatched up during college (and the first few years after) by the women who looked more than a week into the future. Still none of the "he's so interesting, he's got a motorcycle and a drug addiction" crowd are able to admit they let opportunity pass them by. They still think one day things will return to how it was when they were under twenty five and had a endless supply of suitors to choose from. I see lots of cats in their futures... lots and lots of cats.

/Still not as pathetic as the divorced cougars who don't understand why they can't get away with treating everyone like crap as they did when they were twenty year old eye candy.
 
2012-05-08 04:55:01 AM  

"Are women getting too choosy? I'd say yes," Father Tony Kerin from the Archdiocese of Melbourne told the Herald Sun of Australia. "I think many are setting aside their aspirations for later, but by the time they get around to it, they've missed their chance."

This sounds a bit too much like "a woman should be submissive and obedient to their husbands in Christ".
 
2012-05-08 04:55:10 AM  
Women need to stop being picky period.

Spoiled by choice they are, I make $120g a year as do most of my co-workers and we are spat on by women here in BC. We can be sensible, hard working non pushovers and all we get is shiat on. It's never enough for them.

I swear we live in a societ of women all suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder.

That or they are just spoiled rotten because they don't get punched out like guys do when we act like utter assholes.
 
2012-05-08 05:29:07 AM  

Fury Pilot: The article does not provide a comparison number of women. There may be only 86,000 "marriage material" men, but in comparison to how many single women (less than, greater than, these things are important to detail).

Also, who asked the Catholic Church for its opinion?



Math is hard. The dude had X number of men, Y number of women, only 86000 men were marriage material, because the rest were gay or married.

Then the farker assumes that 100% of the women are still marriage material. Who the fark married the men? Kangaroos? And there are no lesbians over there?


And if a catholic priest is complaining about the lack of marriageable men, maybe he's a little too lonely...
 
2012-05-08 05:38:53 AM  

Gothnet: Fark Me To Tears: So, WTF? Did the dingos eat most of the male babies?

Nah, this is a non-story based on the rantings of a catholic priest who is decrying the decline in marriage rates. Naturally he blames women for this, and has decided they are too picky about who they want to marry. Never would he consider that less people get married at all because they don't feel the societal pressure to do so any more, or that those that do get married are doing so later. No, it's women being picky and unreasonable.


Really? Seems more like the demographer who has a unrealistic view of what a marriage worthy man is.
 
2012-05-08 05:44:15 AM  

Hey_shut_up: Women need to stop being picky period.

Spoiled by choice they are, I make $120g a year as do most of my co-workers and we are spat on by women here in BC. We can be sensible, hard working non pushovers and all we get is shiat on. It's never enough for them.

I swear we live in a societ of women all suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder.

That or they are just spoiled rotten because they don't get punched out like guys do when we act like utter assholes.


I know people make less than half that and have no problem meeting women in Vancouver. You're either looking in the wrong places or are too picky yourself.
 
2012-05-08 05:48:47 AM  

ladyfortuna: Set up an exchange program with China, solve the problem quickly...


Worked for me (not intentionally, just turned out that way). Have never met anyone I'd be happier with than Mrs LC. Seems the chinese have less entitlement attitudes than the local ladies.
 
2012-05-08 05:49:57 AM  

Fury Pilot: Dunit: Gothnet:

Beez Neez is a good brew. I like the other Matilda Bay beers too - Redback (wheat) and Fat Yak (Pale Ale).
Over here in WA we have Little Creatures which is also pretty tasty. It does get out of state, but not massively AFAICT.
There are a bunch of smaller brewers popping up now too.


Oh there's quite a bit of Little Creatures in Melbourne! This place is a great place to lounge around in on a hot summers day.

Love some Beez Neez too!

How did I not know this place existed.
It is like only 10 minutes away.


It's a surprising place, Fury Pilot.. looks quite small and anonymous when you walk past on Brunswick St and yet you go inside and it's a large warehouse/beer hall.

Gets busy in summer but has great food and beer (obviously). Well worth a visit if you are 10 mins away!
 
2012-05-08 05:50:11 AM  
im doing my part to keep one aussie female busy but be farked if i'm going to take up the slack with the spares.
 
2012-05-08 05:59:26 AM  
Well, there is the natural tendency for men to emigrate to colder climates and women to emigrate to warmer climates, so maybe that's a factor? Having lived in both Florida and Michigan, I have seen a definite difference in male-to-female ratios between them, and been amused by the changes in dating habits this causes; ergo, in Florida men tend to be pickier and/or sluttier versus Michigan having women do the same, simply because they can, habits made possible by these gender ratio imbalances. For an extreme example you need only look at Alaska, where men outnumber women by over ten-to-one (or so I'm told).

In other words, whichever gender is in shorter supply gets to bend the rules in their favor, and that supply can be effected by something as simple as the weather outside. At least that's my theory.
 
2012-05-08 06:10:09 AM  
I know people make less than half that and have no problem meeting women in Vancouver. You're either looking in the wrong places or are too picky yourself.

Women in Vancouver outnumber men 3-1, now here is the real question: Of all these ladies your friends are meeting are they just "fark and chucks"?

I have spent a lot of time in Van and Kelowna (Currently live in Kamloops) and BC chicks are all the same.

Spoiled "Princesses" that when life gets a little hard or heaven forbid they have to act like adults they go running back to mommy and daddy.
 
2012-05-08 06:31:20 AM  

trappedspirit: I never considered the "sharp knees" meme and Australia to be on the same continent. One you are in the outback, you're lucky to find one that understands shaving.

/this was meant to bring out the extremely rare but exceptional photos of Australian models


As previously promised, I've left work and are prepared to fulfil this request.
This time I'll try not to get in trouble for posting pics of a scantily clad Anna Torv :).

ANNA TORV
i1024.photobucket.com

MEGAN GALE
i1024.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-08 06:32:31 AM  
MIRANDA KERR
i1024.photobucket.com

JENNIFER HAWKINS
i1024.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-08 06:33:34 AM  
YVONNE STRAHOVSKI
i1024.photobucket.com

THERESA PALMER
i1024.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-08 06:37:39 AM  

Bob Down: im doing my part to keep one aussie female busy but be farked if i'm going to take up the slack with the spares.


"The" Bob Down?

i1024.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-08 06:37:39 AM  

hundreddollarman: Abby


Just so long as you bring a razor.

/machete?
//it's a jungle out down there
 
2012-05-08 06:44:43 AM  

kidsizedcoffin: Gothnet: hundreddollarman: If all the Sheilas in Australia look like Yvonne Strahovski, I'm immigrating.

/(turns in U.S. passport)


As an immigrant to the fine nation of Australia, I'll say this - the women are beautiful. BUT, by about the age of 30/35 they turn leathery. The sun here is totally unforgiving.

I assume one is allowed to build windowless sound-proofed basements in Australia.


Residential basements aren't that common in Australia. I've never actually seen one in a house (apart from on TV). I was wondering why on earth you'd put a window in a basement in the first place - wouldn't you just be staring at soil/rock? I had to google it to learn that that basements aren't always completely underground.

The weird thing is that I've seen townhouses like this on TV:
upload.wikimedia.org
But somehow never twigged to the fact that those small low windows led to a basement. I thought they were weird floor-level windows that let light into the ground floor. Now that I think about it, that'd mean the front door would open a metre above the ground, but - in some strange Escher-esque fashion - that somehow seemed perfectly fine in my head.

Anyway, back to beer - any other Aussies tried u-brew-it? It's a you-brew-it-on-their-premises thing Link. It's pretty fun (and I hate cooking, so theoretically I should hate brewing), and I was really impressed with the results. Definitely at the "microbrewery" level, not the normal "home brew" level. None of us happened to choose the Little Creatures based recipes, but they do have copies of Beez Neez and LC's Pale Ale. The ones we did choose that were copies of existing beers were spot on.
 
2012-05-08 06:46:57 AM  
I started to read the article..then saw it was from the Catholic church, and quit. You cant believe anything they say. Also, the 16 ads that popped up were farking annoying.
 
2012-05-08 07:26:47 AM  

Gothnet: Fark Me To Tears: So, WTF? Did the dingos eat most of the male babies?

Nah, this is a non-story based on the rantings of a catholic priest who is decrying the decline in marriage rates. Naturally he blames women for this, and has decided they are too picky about who they want to marry. Never would he consider that less people get married at all because they don't feel the societal pressure to do so any more, or that those that do get married are doing so later. No, it's women being picky and unreasonable.


Came to say this, someone smarter and faster did it sooner and better.
Oh and screw the Catholic church. They've been embarrassing Catholics for too long.
 
2012-05-08 07:43:36 AM  

Fluorescent Testicle: Yep. It's all the women's fault. Totally and absolutely.


Holy strawman.
 
2012-05-08 07:48:03 AM  

gameshowhost: hundreddollarman: If all the Sheilas in Australia look like Yvonne Strahovski, I'm immigrating.

/(turns in U.S. passport)

They're all Abby Winters Girls. O.o


And this is a problem? I happen to think the AW ladies are refreshingly real.
 
2012-05-08 07:56:23 AM  

EngineerAU: Reminds me of when I first got on Facebook a couple of years ago and caught up with female friends from college. The ones who dated dirtbags because "I just want to have fun now" and ... gather ye rosebuds while ye may ... as they did when they were twenty year old eye candy.


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