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All Blacks' tactics 'pretty funny'

SPOTLIGHT: Lock Lukhan Salakaia-Loto dismissed suggestions the Wallabies were intimidated by the All Blacks' confrontational style, saying they would laugh off such antics in the third Bledisloe Cup T...

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The Sharks will concede 40+ don't worry 😢

8 Bulls, 7 Pumas, 0 Sharks or Stormers

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The only thing Irish players are good for is hollywood names

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Biggest problem is10. I am sure although only 18/19 years old Kurt Wolhurter can't go worse or even Schreuder of teh u21

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You mention history as if doing so somehow lends credence to your bizarre theories. It doesn't.
When early hominids and human beings lived in small family clans there was seldom, if ever, any such viral outbreaks. And if a virus was contracted, that small family group would die out, leaving the rest of the population uninfected.
Plagues and viruses only started affected humanity when it congregated in larger groups as towns or cities. And due to ignorance of hygiene practises and medical science, many of these places in Europe especially would have outbreaks that killed large numbers.
Then when white settlers went to America and introduced smallpox, which used to kill 3 out of 10 Europeans, the natives had zero immunity against such a virus and according to the experts, “There hasn’t been a kill off in human history to match what happened in the Americas—90 to 95 percent of the indigenous population was wiped out over a century. Mexico went from 11 million people pre-conquest to only one million."
So much for "2 000 000 000 years of beating billions of viruses".
Just as a matter of interest, the WHO, who you try to discredit, officially rid the world of smallpox in 1980.

But you know better than them about these things?

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