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Milkshake can't see the problem with Mr Byron Kelleher's press release.
Posted 00:30 14th April 2012
Oh well, he's a rugby player. Halfbacks are usually noisy but I've never seen it in their job description that they have to be articulate.
He's been a tough competitor and I imagine he has taken a fair battering over the years.
Posted 13:44 13th April 2012
Posted 12:44 13th April 2012
Byron Kelleher - capable of both third-person and first-person self-reference - in the same paragraph, people.
Posted 10:08 13th April 2012
everyone knows darklord Byron is a dork -- he was hoofed from the galactico`s because he thought his ego was larger than anyone else`s. they begged to differ and his ego decided to leave the club,- before it got bruised- byebye byron!
Posted 08:02 13th April 2012
What the hell is he talking about!!! :-)
Posted 07:47 13th April 2012
could be fun for him to get a commentor's job
Posted 21:46 12th April 2012
Why does Byron Kelleher always have to talk in the third person?
Posted 19:05 12th April 2012
That's got to be the funniest release I've ever read. Reads like it was written by Nicholas Sarkozy
Posted 18:46 12th April 2012
..a great servant to rugby - worldwide. Chance!
Posted 17:41 12th April 2012
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