Industrious Athleticism.

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Do not look for approval from others, seek it within yourself.

One athlete won first prize, another won the second prize, they are both champions.

When you really want peak performance, want it enough to work optimally and rest appropriately.

Health is not about feeding our ego, but is about feeding our body nutritiously.

Train more intelligently. The championship is won by the athlete whose training is with their head.

If you want to be a high performance athlete, think of consuming highly nutritious calories and expending them on optimal training.

The obese should resolve to stop gifting themselves with tasty treats and begin the infinitely more healthy task of nutritious eating.

An athlete who is unable to motivate themself is content with mediocrity.

No athlete becomes great unless they contribute to others greatness.

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An athlete who refuses solid advice given fairly

Will suddenly be demotivated beyond recovery.

When sportsmanship is widespread, athletes rejoice,

But when indifference and money rule, the stakeholders groan.

An athlete who loves quality makes their coach rejoice,

But the one who keeps company with vampires squanders their hard work.

With principles a president brings improvement to the club,

but an administrator seeking personal profit brings it to ruin.

An athlete who flatters their opponent

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Raise the Rate, someone said.

Around a gold and jewel encrusted table, sitting upon fine italian leather chairs in custom made suits and clothing some individuals discuss the economic situation of the poorest of Australia’s poor, whilst a man named Robert Paulson serves the drinks.

Centrelink : Keeping Citizens in Poverty forever, to keep the workers subjected too!


“My shares are skyrocketing, it’s through the roof, climate change proponents have created a situation where government actually wants me to raise the price of the electricity our company supplies. So I did, and profits are through the roof, a typical home owner is now paying 141% MORE for the same amount of energy we supplied them last year.”
“I like what you’re saying there Bill. With agriculture becoming more and more efficient due to technological improvements we’ve managed to increase our profit margins by over 100% in the last decade, yet only increased the cost to home owners by 6%. It’s a small increase for them, but a massive profit increase for us.”
“Gentlemen and women, property prices are booming! People are frothing at the mouth for a new house to live in and I am informed that rents have increased by 10% each quarter for quite some time! People are paying more and more, for less and less, and if they complain about the house I provide, in any way shape or form, I simply end their contract and in comes someone else… whom I of course charge even more.”

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“Clearly the plight of the poor is something we need to be concerned about in this approaching hyper inflation situation, I propose that we raise the rate the largest we have ever raised it for three decades. Does anyone have a figure on how much we should give the poorest of the poor?”
“Sweet f.a.”
“Less than as little as possible.”
“Why give them anything at all? Obesity is a major problem and the poor are already too fat!”
“I like the obesity problem, keeps me in work as a cardiologist.”
“Please, please, I appreciate the sentiments, but we genuinely need a figure here thank you.”
“Ok, let’s give them less than half of the inflation rate, say roughly an increase of $1.80 per day.”
“A whole $1.80 per day! That’s ridiculous what about the workers, they’re going to spit chips when the unemployed, disabled and pensioners get $1.80 a day extra!”
“yeh we know, that’s half the point, we’ve got to keep the blue collar workers hating the poorest, so the middle class plebs don’t notice you know who.”
“Here here! Proposition seconded. Waiter, I desire another Grange.”
“Right away sir, we have just discovered some extremely rare bottles, early experimental stuff with a screw top! Its vintage is 1948, will that one do?”
“Just pour the damn thing Paulson.”

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