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Sunday Herald Sun - - Front Page - MIKEY’S MEMESOF THEWEEK

had a day out while you had a day off. The Eu­ro­pean stayer stopped the na­tion and halted the late charge of and

to win the Mel­bourne Cup. Favourites

and dis­ap­pointed pun­ters but there was a sil­ver lin­ing: Magic Cir­cle’s owner

didn’t ac­cept the tro­phy wear­ing noth­ing but a hot pink G-string. That truly would have been the lace that stopped a na­tion. Ir­ish horse

was eu­thanised af­ter break­ing down dur­ing the race.

La­bor MP quickly put a “for­mer” in front of his ti­tle af­ter ABC jour­nal­ist

made al­le­ga­tions of him hav­ing touched her in­ap­pro­pri­ately. “First, women should be able to go about their pro­fes­sional lives and so­cialise with­out be­ing sub­ject to this sort of be­hav­iour. And I want it to stop,” she said.

In the US, there was more ap­palling be­hav­iour — that needs to stop — when ex-ma­rine

let off a smoke bomb in­side Border­line Bar and Grill, north of LA, then shot up the place, killing 12. We can count our­selves lucky So­ma­lian-born Wer­ribee man

did not have a gun. He stabbed a man to death and in­jured two other men af­ter his Holden Rodeo ex­ploded in the CBD at 4.10pm on Fri­day. The lone ter­ror­ist was tack­led by by­standers and po­lice, who shot him dead as he lunged at them with a knife. Chang­ing the vibe but stay­ing pa­tri­otic, world cham­pion surfer and shark flirt be­gan a cam­paign ti­tled Un­leash a Cure to help fight mo­tor neu­rone dis­ease. Do­nate $20 to fightmnd .com and you may end up surf­ing with Mick, sans great white. Read Fan­ning’s mes­sage to son

in our trib­ute story on p24.

FOX Sports re­leased a trial de­scribed as “the Net­flix of sports”, an on­de­mand stream­ing ser­vice of­fer­ing a range of sports in­clud­ing cricket, AFL, NRL, Wim­ble­don, NFL and NBA. I can see you drool­ing on your re­mote con­trol. That means you can flick from to

to Ben Watch­ing For Hours And It’s Time To Go Out­side.

Spice Girls an­nounced a re­union tour and the puns started fly­ing thick and fast af­ter de­clined to re­join the band, (prob­a­bly) tex­ting “Zig-a-zag nah”. Mul­lumbimby rap­per

is no longer signed to her la­bel so maybe she fills the void

leaves. Aza­lea has al­ways been a Wannabe.

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