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Aussie Rules Football players knock each other out on vicious hit, game just continues

Very heavy collision between Nick Riewoldt and Brodie Smith. http://t.co/gTCtMT3wsM

— AFL (@AFL) May 16, 2015

St. Kilda and the Adelaide Crows faced off last night in the AFL, which produced a scary collision between Nick Riewoldt and Brodie Smith.

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Angry Aussie Football Fan is the Most Amusing Angry Sports Fan

I love Australian accents. Even old guys screaming about their favorite Aussie Rules Football teams. I could listen all day. I’d even listen to his explanation for having sunglasses on the top of his head while he’s wearing regular glasses indoors. What a great accent.

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Aussie Rules Player Comforts Crying Little Girl Who Was Scared By Fireworks

Taylor Walker, a 6’3″, 220-pound Aussie Rules Football player, goes by the nickname, “Tex.” He was born in New South Wales, so I have no clue how he got that nickname, but he certainly acts like a Southern gentleman. 53 more words

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Gillian's Stand Up in Melbourne, Australia

As I have posted before, my sister Gillian is in Melbourne, Australia playing Aussie Rules Football. She found some time for a gig at Local Laughs and killed it. 27 more words

Aussie Rules Sucker Punch Floors Opponent

Here’s a brutal Aussie Rules sucker punch from the weekend. This one comes from a Sydney AFL match between UNSW/ES and Western Suburbs. You have to assume #26 will be facing some sort of ban for this all-time dirty cheap shot.  43 more words

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AFL International Cup! Go Canada!! #AFLIC14

My sister is in Australia for the Aussie Football League International Cup in Melbourne! If you’ve never heard of Aussie Rules Football before, you’re in for a delightfully violent treat. 131 more words

Gillian English - Makin' it Happen

Today is my sister’s 29th birthday and in the last few months she’s been making things happen. Firstly Gillian has finished very successful runs of her one-woman show “Drag Queen Stole My Dress” in New York and in Montreal. 261 more words