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I loved the main ar­ti­cle on Matt Da­mon and how down to earth he is, re­gard­less of what he’s achieved.

BEN, VIA GQ.COM.AU

I read the in­ter­view with Ed­die Mcguire – he seemed so smug and not sorry for his in­sen­si­tive re­marks. Even if his club pun­ished him with a slap on the wrist, he is not sorry for his ac­tions. He never was and never will be.

KOKOSUMI, VIA IN­STA­GRAM

Need­less to say, the feed­back on our chat with Mr Mcguire was fairly one-sided. Thank­fully, yours is one of the more mea­sured re­ac­tions.

Ed­die say­ing he was on drugs is hardly an ex­cuse for be­ing a racist. Dis­ap­point­ing in­ter­vie­wee choice!

CHRIS WIL­LIAMS, VIA IN­STA­GRAM

Please, please stop giv­ing this racist, misog­y­nis­tic nar­cis­sist the at­ten­tion his ego de­mands.

TIMO, VIA TWIT­TER

What drug was he on when he ‘joked’ about drown­ing Caro­line Wil­son?

NICK, VIA TWIT­TER

A mag­a­zine from the same sta­ble as The Aus­tralian pro­vides a plat­form for a racist mis­ogamist. He joins other Aus­tralians to grace those pages, like Tony Ab­bott and Malcolm Turn­bull. Knock me down with a feather! #ed­diemac­quire

PETER, VIA IN­STA­GRAM

Mis­ogamist? You mean some­one who hates mar­riage? Well, Ed­die’s been hitched for nearly 20 years, so no, we’re fairly con­fi­dent he’s not. Also, it’s Mcguire, #ge­nius.

Why are com­pa­nies al­lowed to sell painkillers that make you racist? #Ed­diem­cguire is a #dick

CHRIS, VIA TWIT­TER

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