Australian Horse Racing, Online Betting & Tips

Just wondering the easiest way to bet online for the horse races in Australia using a Thai bank account card

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The benefits of online betting in 2018 | Horse Racing Australia

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Which bookmakers are offering great deals for betting in Australia? | Horse Racing Australia

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CMV: Males are genetically predisposed to gambling

Gambling or betting on things seems to be an extremely male-dominated behaviour, especially here in Australia (and we spend the most on gambling per capita worldwide).
On a subjective level, almost every one of my male friends and colleagues gambles daily, and social conversations amongst friends often tend to steer towards what's going on in the horses/greyhounds/NRL betting/AFL betting/under-12 disabled Ukrainian volleyball if that's all that's left. Blokes will make bets with each other over things like the coin flip before a game, the exact time of kick off and if a racecaller will say a catchphrase during a race.
I believe that part of the reason is that betting advertising has become part of our daily life here. TV ads, radio, print media, social media; literally everywhere you look. They've even managed to seamlessly entwine betting watching sport - every ad break or pre-game show there is a representative from one of the bookmakers showing live odds, tips and gambling strategy. They have TV pop-up ads showing live odds. They even have banner advertising that is cookie-generated so you literally can't escape being marketed to if you're online at all and have looked up a sports result that day. In recent years, gambling ads are now primarily for racing and sports betting rather than, as in the past, for lotteries.
On the flip side, none of my female friends or colleagues have any interest in gambling. Quite a few follow sport here but never put any bets on or talk about gambling.
Is this because sportsbetting marketing is extremely targeted towards the male demographic? Here in Australia we also spend the most on gambling advertising over all other countries in the world. Our major bookies (Sportsbet, Ladbrokes, Neds, BetEasy) have incredibly male-oriented advertising with TV ads that specifically target men from 18 to 40 - this is obviously their bread and butter market but why? Sports betting advertising often features men standing together, drinking and watching a sporting match. Have a look at some examples of this targeted advertising all showing the single male demographic.
Is this due to the fact that sports in general are more popular with men, and this is the reason for the propensity to sports bet?
I think men are genetically predisposed to gambling or betting. From an evolutionary point of view, men have been more likely to be competitive with each other in providing for their family/tribe and having the ability to fight for alpha male status.

END NOTE: I am not referring to casino gambling. For some reason Casino gambling is a lot more gender equal.
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Why does gambling/betting seem so male dominated?

Gambling or betting on things seems to be an extremely male-dominated behaviour, especially here in Australia (and we spend the most on gambling per capita worldwide).
From a subjective level, almost every one of my male friends and colleagues gambles daily, and social conversations amongst friends often tend to steer towards what's going on in the horses/greyhounds/NRL betting/AFL betting/under-12 disabled Ukrainian volleyball if that's all that's left. Blokes will make bets with each other over things like the coin flip before a game, the exact time of kick off and if a racecaller will say a catchphrase during a race.
I believe that part of the reason is that betting advertising has become part of our daily life here. TV ads, radio, print media, social media; literally everywhere you look. They've even managed to seamlessly entwine betting watching sport - every ad break or pre-game show there is a representative from one of the bookmakers showing live odds, tips and gambling strategy. They have TV pop-up ads showing live odds. They even have banner advertising that is cookie-generated so you literally can't escape being marketed to if you're online at all and have looked up a sports result that day. In recent years, gambling ads are now primarily for racing and sports betting rather than, as in the past, for lotteries.
On the flip side, none of my female friends or colleagues have any interest in gambling. Quite a few follow sport here but never put any bets on or talk about gambling.
Is this because sportsbetting marketing is extremely targeted towards the male demographic? Here in Australia we also spend the most on gambling advertising over all other countries in the world. Our major bookies (Sportsbet, Ladbrokes, Neds, BetEasy) have incredibly male-oriented advertising with TV ads that specifically target men from 18 to 40 - this is obviously their bread and butter market but why? Sports betting advertising often features men standing together, drinking and watching a sporting match. Have a look at some examples of this targeted advertising all showing the single male demographic.
Is this due to the fact that sports in general are more popular with men, and this is the reason for the propensity to sports bet?
What's going on here? Are men just genetically predisposed to being competitive?

END NOTE: I am not referring to casino gambling. For some reason Casino gambling is a lot more gender equal.
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My Personal Market Research & Statistics in 2020: Countries That Gamble the Most

My Personal Market Research & Statistics in 2020: Countries That Gamble the Most
The gaming sphere is so different and immense that it is divided into many structures and substructures. For example, games can be divided according to their type, capabilities, gambling, devices, technology, etc. But what is more remarkable is the appearance of statistics in games, when you can see and understand many nuances with your own eyes. So, let's talk about gambling research and statistics in 2020.
Throughout its existence, gambling has been constantly subjected to various pressures from the law, states, and opponents of this activity. And the first step is to talk about the most important thing in the gaming industry, namely, legality.
There are several countries where gambling is allowed. This business is closely monitored by special authorities, subjecting the gambling activities of companies to various frameworks and rules. On the one hand, some laws can be very depressing, but compliance with them allows companies to legally and transparently offer their content to the consumer - and as a result of legality and licensing, the company ensures safety for the user and gains trust from him. There are also countries and their areas where games are partially allowed or have more severe rules.
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The main countries where you can gamble are:
  • Australia;
  • The United States;
  • Canada;
  • New Zealand;
  • The UK;
  • China (Macau).
But it is highly recommended to check the legality of gambling for money in your area, the rules and laws change quite often. Often online casinos have a separate page where you can check this.
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The most popular gambling games in the world are casino games (mainly slot machines and roulette), sports betting (mainly horse racing), and poker. It's also easy to see the big difference between playing ages between the United States and the UK. In the first country, young people play more, as in the second, those who are over 55 years old. This may be due to many factors, at least mentality and freedom of choice. Note that the world's most famous gambling capital Macau wins in terms of income per visitor, and the biggest losers are in Australia.

Australia
More than 6.8 million Australians are considered to be players who play in the country - this is approximately 39% of the total population. Australian people love to play, most of them love to gamble on portable devices that they can take with them, such as a mobile phone or tablet.
78% of players are able-bodied adults 18 years of age or older, and the average playing age is 34. Women and men play equally in the same amount, that is, 50/50, although earlier women players were 4% less than men.
Australians play pokies mostly for fun, and some older people play to train their thinking and improve their brain function. Residents are not against betting and consider them very useful for the economy and development of the country.

USA
As you know, the most common place for gambling in the United States is Las Vegas, but do not forget about Atlantic City and the water casinos, which are legalized in Louisiana and Illinois. Online betting is available for almost all states. Almost 65% of the entire adult population of the country, one way or another, play games, mainly on their smartphones.
More than $ 80 billion is the total value of the gambling industry in the country. Most of the people who play are mostly in the 18 to 30 years old area. 15% of all residents of the country play at least once a week. Mostly preferences are for online casinos, but many players love old school and play in land-based casinos. Americans love big win and impressive jackpots, especially progressive ones, which can easily reach up to $ 20 million.
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UK
In the United Kingdom, more than 46% of the country's population gamble and at least several times a month. Players prefer different strategies for their pastime and use handheld devices, but there are also a large proportion of those who still prefer a computer for their gaming sessions.
The older generation plays more in the country. These are able-bodied adults who are 55 years old and older. Most likely this is due to a large amount of free time and the possession of significant finances, which can be easily used in online casinos. Players prefer online casinos 10 times more than in other countries, but there are still more than 250 land-based casinos in the country. To a large extent, the British know how to play to win significant sums. They use the strategy of maximum possible bets on the same game regularly.

Canada
More than half of the Canadian population gamble and their percentage is growing every year along with the development of online casinos and the availability of gaming content. The biggest number of residents of the country prefer casual games, they quickly learn how to play in various slots, which also increases the number of new players at lightning speed. Also, Canadians like to use different tips for choosing a game or strategy, for example, such as the one here https://freeslotshub.com/offline-slots/
78% of the country's online gamblers are male, and the average age hovers 35 and a half, although almost a decade ago, he was with the index 45 years. The legal age for gambling in Canada varies from province to province, some from 18 and others from 19. The average annual spending per average Canadian on betting is over $ 17 billion, and every year the figure is growing by about 5%.

Other Countries that Gamble
Various forms of the gambling industry are legal and regulated in many places: in the countries of the European Union, Asia, and countries around the Caribbean, but they have much stronger control and rules from the state.
  • 44% of Singaporeans aged 18 and overplay.
  • Almost every 9th German player.
  • More than 31.5 million visitors to Macau per year.
  • Spain registers about 3.9 million new players every year.
  • Japanese gamblers spend over $ 31 billion in casinos annually.
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World statistics easily show that approximately 26% of the world's population regularly gamble and more than 17% of them play online.
The gambling industry is growing and thriving, over time the income of companies that are involved in the gaming industry will grow at lightning speed. To some extent, the development of technologies provokes this growth, because experienced players have simple and convenient access to gaming content, and new ones have the opportunity to try content for free without any risk of losing real money.
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A part of my story, can’t wait to use this tool to save my life. Gambling sucks

Hey, I’m Craig Rowe (Rowey) . I have been gambling since I was 16. I am currently 8 days without betting on what has to be and will be last time I quit. I’m just an average guy in Melbourne Australia. I went to a good school, play and followed sport, have plenty of friends, never had troubles working and come form a good family. I am married with two young kids. Unfortunately throughout all that I’ve been an gambling addict. Sometimes knowing it and sometimes deluding myself I was just unlucky and like to gamble heaps. A very large percentage of my friends would gamble, school friends included. We would go to the races from 16 years old, which was great fun. Races became a huge passion and I saw it as a sport. The sport was ruined by me however and my gambling. I’ve tried to not gamble and follow it but it always gets me eventually. So now I will be parting ways for good. Sport another big love of mine has also been ruined. I barrack for Carlton In the afl, which has prob added to my losing, sucking for the last 20 years! Over the time from 16 years old to now, I’m 38 next week, I have quit gambling either on my own will or by a big event causing me too. My latest break was 18months. This was on the back of my wife really wanting me to stop. We had just had our first kid and i had proven again I couldn’t just gamble in small doses, it was getting away from me. So I went cold turkey. I did not use any resources to stop, I relied on willpower. Which as I’ve heard on Jamie’s podcast it only lasts for so long. I would replenish it by telling people how many days I had gone. I shared this with one mate in particular, My best mate Marcus. We were best man at each other’s weddings. Anyway about 6 months in to not gambling Marcus got diagnosed with cancer and died 12 months later (36yrs old) During his chemo and trying to stay alive he loved talking to me each week about how many days I was up to. He kept me in check. You can probably see where this is going. So after the worst 12M of my life Marcus passed away. I gambled the very next day. Now, I don’t blame that, I’ve always as I can see now, been an addict. I think part of me used it as an excuse and part of me used gambling to get away from the hurt. I won 1200 on my first session back, a 100-1 Horse won. I had $10 on it and convinced myself it was Marcus giving me a winner! Ahhh the delusions. Anyway that was the worst thing that could happen. I ran that 1000 to 4000 over next few months on nba and cricket. Before losing it all drunkenly on greyhounds and harness racing one drunken night. This began my spiral. Not to mention I was hiding the whole thing from my wife and friends. I wanted to come clean to her so many times and almost did but got turned off thinking again I saw a sign to keep going. Getting further and further in debt I started taking pay day loans, Huge interest loans just for the 300-400 fix. Such was my past and financial state my wife controlled our money and my pay, except for $400 which I would get from her a month to spend on what I liked (except gambling) This plan was devised years ago when I used to gamble half my pay check. So she took over to stop this happening. The pay day loans added up and suck you in as much as the corporate bookmakers. I was in a vicious cycle. I had the thought we all do. Okay I’ll just get even and then quit. Great news in Jan. I got even. Yes I had been lying to my wife and friends for a year but I was even. I could stop and no one would know! Yes go me. Now clearly I didn’t stop and lost it all plus another 5k. There are many reasons I didn’t stop and tell my wife when i was even. (Lol even) but I don’t want to lie to you guys on our first meeting haha. Oh god. Anyway two weeks ago I did something I had never done and took cash advances on our joint credit card from the atm. My wife thinking I wasn’t gambling had no idea what they were and being super busy at work just brushed over them. I knew what they were tho, it was so brazen. I couldn’t not be caught I thought when I did it. I did it as a cry for help pretty much as I wanted it all to end. As I did the last advance I even messaged my wife and said “we need to talk” as I took the money out. I used the Money in a betting account minutes later and bet kamikaze. It was like I was going down with the ship, I felt numb and it was very out of body. Bloody dramatic I know. I got home thinking she knew, She didn’t. I wanted to come clean, I wanted it over and I eventually told her everything. I will exclude the full details to save some of her privacy but it has been made clear she will stay with me but if it ever happens again she will be leaving with the kids. This has been the most confronting week of my life with the realisation my wife and kids are on the table. I found the podcast after gambling by Jamie Salsburg. My head hurts from nodding to it so much. It has helped me so much. I even listened to an episode tonight with my wife. If you have a gambling addiction please listen to it, especially if like me you have just come clean and feel alone and scared. The comfort it has provided has made we want to share my story and also use every tool out there to save my marriage and my kids and myself. I’m not a bad guy, I’d say most on here aren’t, we have the right to a good life. I’m day 8 clean, I have a zillion other stories and I look forward to hearing your story. Rowey
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Sports Betting Guides

There are many popular sports across the world and these sports transition well in regards sports that generate a lot of betting interest from punters.
Below is a list of the most popular sports that punters like to have a wager on week in week out, over the coming weeks, I will take each sport and write a betting guide with the most popular bet types across each sporting sphere.
AFL.
Australian rules football is of course the flagship sport for most Aussie punters and the majority bet on AFL outcomes at some point within a regular season. The most common bets are placed on teams to win either the Premiership or the Brownlow medal.
For more popular betting markets and bet types click through to our AFL betting guide.
NRL.
Rugby league is also one of the most popular sports that punters bet on throughout the year with the main focus being the Premiership winner and the Dally M award. The rugby league world cup is also popular which comes around every four year.
For more popular betting markets and bet types click through to our NRL betting guide.
Soccer.
Soccer in Australia is quickly becoming one of the most popular alternatives to bet on with the A League which is Australia's premier division and the English Premier League being the two most preferred markets punters like to have a punt on. The World Cup which is held every four years is also very popular amongst punters.
For more popular betting markets and bet types click through to our soccer betting guide.
Cricket.
Cricket in Australia has a long standing history and the public also like to have the odd wager on the sport too with the Sheffield Shield and the relatively new twenty twenty tournament The Big Bash being the common choices amongst punters. The Ashes which is held between Australia and England is also a very popular market.
For more popular betting markets and bet types click through to our cricket betting guide.
Tennis.
With Australia hosting one of the four tennis majors each year it is no surprise that the sport is popular with punters, along with the Australia Open the other three majors which are the US Open, French Open and of course Wimbledon are also popular year on year.
For more popular betting markets and bet types click through to our tennis betting guide.
Horse Racing.
Way out in front of any sport or racing code to bet on is the thoroughbred's, each year horse racing turns over more money than all others combined and it is know wonder as Australia hosts some of the best racing carnivals throughout the world. The Caulfield Cup, Magic Millions, Australian Derby and of course the world famous Melbourne Cup are some of the most popular races each year.
As I wrote earlier, in the coming weeks, I will take each sport and write a betting guide with the most popular bet types across each sporting sphere.
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Form for North American/European Races?

Hi, I’ve recently gotten back into horse racing and I really enjoy betting the Australian races late at night (EST time zone). One of the main reasons I enjoy this so much is because Sky Racing World provides Jockey/Trainer stats and most importantly horses recent form. I know that equibase shows jockey and trainer stats, however, I have not been able to find any recent form options for the races outside of Australia for free. The one I found required a monthly subscription. Is there any reliable sources for horses recent form for these meets? I appreciate the help in advance!
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Filme gratuite legate de hiking & escalada de la Banff Mountain Film Festival

Banff Mountain Film Festival Films Online for Free
List curated by Lianne Caron
RJ Ripper
(2018, 20 min)
Kids and bikes; wherever you are in the world, they go together. The chaotic streets of
Kathmandu may not seem like a typical breeding ground for world-class mountain bikers, but
then again nothing is typical about Rajesh (RJ) Magar. Since learning to ride on a beat-up
clunker, to becoming the four-time National Champion at age 21, RJ’s story is one of boundless
childhood dreaming and unstoppable determination, forged from junkyard scraps and tested
on the rugged trails of the mighty Himalaya.
https://vimeo.com/275506930
BAWLI BOOCH - Downhill Biking India
(2017, 5 min)
4Play is India’s first adventure film company. A fun short film with a catchy song that will make
you smile. Downhill Mountain Biking in Manali (India), Himalayan cultural nuances and a
catchy Bollywood song that will make your foot tap and keep your eyes glued to the screen.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvExzRrB9Fg
Speak To Me Softly
(2019, 6 min)
Experience fear and emotion alongside climber Jenny Abegg as she ascends Moonlight
Buttress while fighting the self-criticism and doubt from that little voice we all have in the back
of our heads.
https://rockandice.com/videos/climbing/speak-to-me-softly/?cn-reloaded=1
Life of Pie | Pizza and Bikes Can Fix Anything
(2019, 11 min)
In 2002, mountain bikers and entrepreneurs Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller moved to Fruita,
Colorado, in search of cheap rent, world-class single track, and free time to ride. Over 15 years
later, the two unconventional women have helped reshape one of the state’s most
conservative towns, uniting the community through advocacy, inclusivity, and damn good
pizza.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7yg2PO07u8
Loved By All: The Story of Apa Sherpa
(2018, 14 min)
Every spring the summit of Mount Everest drews people from around the world. But in its
shadow live the Sherpa, a resilient, religious people, who, despite the riches surrounding the
highest peak on earth, are still quite poor and uneducated. A child of the Khumbu, Apa Sherpa
climbed Everest 21 times. Pulled away at the age of 12 to work as a high altitude porter, like so
many others, he would leave his family for months, risking his life on the mountain. Through
his work at the Apa Sherpa Foundation, he aims to create a different future for his people.
https://vimeo.com/270499256
Curated by Lianne Caron
Shepherdess of The Glaciers
(2016, 74 min)
A beautiful cultural film that will sweep you away to an exotic far away location. Way up in
Ladakh—at 16,500 feet, somewhere in the Gya-Miru Valley—lives a shepherdess with a flock of
250 sheep and pashmina goats on a huge deserted rock-strewn mountain. They are her only
companions, except for the troubling presence of wolves and a snow leopard; her only link
with the outside world is a little transistor...
https://vimeo.com/channels/lesfilmsdeladecouverte/147091400
Artifishal | The Fight to Save Wild Salmon
(2019, 80 min)

Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the
environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats
posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdNJ0JAwT7I
The Last Honey Hunter
(2017, 36 min)
In the steep mountain jungles of Nepal’s Hongu river valley, members of the isolated Kulung
culture have risked their lives for generations scaling dangerous cliffs to collect wild and
toxic honey. Deep and dark, the film glides through a misty world of forest spirits, dreams,
and woodsmoke to share the story of the leader of the harvest and his final journey.
https://vimeo.com/201695311
The Frozen Road
(2018, 25 min)
Self-shot and edited whilst cycling around the world, this short film charts my winter journey
into the Canadian Arctic as I completed my bike ride up the American continent. Compelled by
Jack London’s assertion, that ‘any man who is a man can travel alone’, I sought an adventure of
perfect solitude. Yet, as I came to realise, the harsh truths of travelling in such a formidable
environment were a long way from the romantic images I’d held of this land. The Frozen Road
is an honest reflection on my solo trip; of the wonder, terror and frustration I experienced when
riding through the unforgiving emptiness of one of the world's 'last great wildernesses'.
https://vimeo.com/252863313
Blood Road
(2017, 92 min)
Rebecca Rusch’s search for connection. In this award-winning film, Rebecca Rusche cycles
1,930km along the Ho Chi Minh Trail through the jungles of Vietnam. The goal is to reach the
site where her father, a US Air Force pilot, was shot down in Laos more than 40 years ago.
https://www.redbull.com/int-en/films/blood-road
Curated by Lianne Caron
Billder
(2018, 6 min)
Bill McLane is a trail builder. What started as a hobby between forest firefighting seasons
became a career which has helped shape the mountain bike scene on Vancouver Island. Billder
takes a closer look at the craft and dedication behind the trails we sometimes take for granted.
It shows that when people pursue their passion, we're all better for it
https://vimeo.com/378218839
Up To Speed
(2018, 20 min)
Some climbers perceive speed climbing as a fringe activity, but its inclusion in the 2020
Olympics means it’s now being taken seriously. Film-maker Zachary Barr takes an in-depth
look into the sport.
https://www.redbull.com/int-en/episodes/up-to-speed-reel-rock-s05-e01
Okpilik - Inuit Nunangat Taimaannganit
(2019, 4 min)
Mary Kudlak talks about fishing in Okpilik lake near Ulukhaktok as part of the Inuit
Nunangat Taimannganit video project.
https://www.itk.ca/inuit-nunangat-taimannganit/video_archive/okpilik/
Dark Peak Fell Runners
(2019, 17 min)
The Dark Peak Fell Runners base themselves in Sheffield, but their playground is the Peak
District National Park where they weave tracks through the fields, peat bogs and rocky
outcrops to create a tapestry of eccentricity, endeavour and endurance.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwTp28jbTP8

Chasing a Trace
(2019, 21 min)
This is a love story between a badass woman scientist and one of the most elusive wild
animals on earth set in the snowy high mountains of Western Canada.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQN16cJ4mLk
Climb Your Dreams
(2019, 2 min)
The rush of life in the city inspires a dream for an escape. The nature of reality is questioned
by the contrast of what we do for a living.
https://vimeo.com/362028659
Curated by Lianne Caron
Full Moon
(2019, 6 min)
Closing lifts and the setting sun mark the end of the action for most skiers. But not for Max
Kronech and Jochen Mesle. While ski towns fall asleep they head into the mountains to
see them in a new light.
https://vimeo.com/362028659
Good Morning
(2018, 4 min)
Every day, skier Richard Permin falls into his mundane morning routine. Right after getting out
of bed, he clicks on his skis and rides down the snow covered rooftops of Avoriaz.
https://vimeo.com/305915054
The Imaginary Line
(2019, 10 min)
In an act of political solidarity, a team from Mexico and the U.S.A assemble with the sole
purpose of establishing a slackline that crosses the border between them. In a world that is
constantly tearing us apart, they come together to cross an imaginary line and tell a
different story.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkG7koiNiq4
Age of Ondra
(2018, 47 min)
On the heels of a historic 5.15d ascent, we follow climber Adam Ondra from his home in the
Czech Republic, across Europe to North America, as he innovates new training methods,
establishes upper echelon first ascents, and attempts to be the first person to send 5.15 on
the first try.
Part one: https://www.redbull.com/int-en/episodes/age-of-ondra-part-1-reel-rock-s5-e2
Part two: https://www.redbull.com/int-en/episodes/age-of-ondra-part-2-reel-rock-s5-e3
Part three: https://www.redbull.com/int-en/episodes/age-of-ondra-part-3
Thabang
(2019, 13 min)
Thabang Madiba somehow found his way into the world of trail running and in the last few
years has become everyone’s favourite in the South African trail scene.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0NR4Qqje4A
The Redstone Pack
(2018, 5 min)
What began as an impromptu leap into the world of dog sledding, Aaron Natoniewski’s
methodical approach to the sport and understanding of his dogs has inspired a team of
sled hounds unlike any other.
https://vimeo.com/293860988
Curated by Lianne Caron

We Are Abel
(2018, 8 min)
We Are Abel features the story of a Gwich’in father who is standing against reckless plans
to industrialize the Arctic Refuge and not only fight for his culture’s existence, but also for
his son’s ability to know that culture fully.
https://vimeo.com/341401643
The River’s Call
(2019, 8 min)
The River’s Call follows seven kayakers through the deep canyons and challenging whitewater
of the Rio Apurimac the farthest source of the Amazon in the heart of the Andes.
https://vimeo.com/325319778
The Ladakh Project
(2019, 13 min)
Seven days, three rivers, one woman. This is the story of Nouria Newman’s solo kayak
adventure in the Indian Himalaya.
https://www.redbull.com/int-en/ladakh-project-nouria-newman-kayaks-india-rivers-interactive-s
t ory
The Flip
(2019, 3 min)
French skydiver Remi Angeli must face his fears in order to explore new expressions of
movement while BASE jumping in Mexico. On the other side of his fear he discovers life in
its purest form.
https://vimeo.com/390490875
Kai Jones - Far Out
(2018, 6 min)
Eleven-year-old Kai Jones isn’t old enough to go to the movies alone or order a sandwich at the
pub, but in the mountains age doesn’t matter. He is following in his family’s ski tracks...right
into backflips and tricks off of cliffs.
https://www.tetongravity.com/video/ski/11-year-old-skis-jackson-holes-gnarliest-terrain
Every Mystery I’ve Lived
(2019, 24 min)
At the end of 2017, rookie slopestyle MTB rider Emil Johansson was on top of the world. In his
first full season, he was crowned FMB World Tour champion as a teenager only for his world
to crumble around him with a mystery illness.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnicW-F52n4
Eclipse
(2015, 32 min)
Photographer Reuben Krabbe is someone captivated by the solar eclipse, and so in March 2015
he set out to take a photo of a skier during this infrequent occurrence in the northern
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archipelago of Svalbard, Norway. The story of this demanding expedition was documented by
Salomon in partnership with Switchback Entertainment and won Best Film: Snow Sports at the
Banff Mountain Film Festival.
http://tv.salomon.com/story/eclipse#overlay
Charge
(2019, 5 min)
Four top freeskiers and a world champion drone pilot are dropped at Chatter Creek, BC for
one week. Their instructions: charge as hard as you can every day.
http://tv.salomon.com/story/charge#overlay

Liv Along the Way
(2018, 23 min)
Since she first summited Mont Blanc as a teen, Liv Sansoz knew she would make her life in the
mountains. She was twice crowned World Champion in sport climbing, and eventually
expanded her professional horizons to mixed climbing, ski mountaineering, and base jumping.
In 2017, at 40 years old, Liv set out from her base in Chamonix, France to attempt to climb all
82 4000m peaks in the European Alps in a single year. As she’s learned several times
throughout her life, things don’t always go as planned.
http://tv.salomon.com/channel/hiking-mountaineering#overlay/livalongtheway
Frozen Mind
(2018, 33 min)
Together with his old friend Pierre Hourticq, snowboarder Victor de le Rue tries to write a new
story in the iconic mountains near Chamonix. Frozen Mind is not just a freeride film, it is a
story of friendship and a journey of discovery as the two men take unique paths in order to
conquer the same objectives.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axNnKy-jfWw
The 7 Stages of Blank
(2019, 42 min)
Blank Collective films takes you on a journey through The 7 Stages of Blank, a lighthearted
look into the bond that develops around the sport of skiing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSK-f5ES0i4
Circle of the Sun
(2019, 5 min)
Steep mountains, the ocean, the sun, and the aurora borealis. One rotation of the sun high in
the Arctic on skis equals one day of magic.
https://vimeo.com/344890300
Curated by Lianne Caron
Safe Haven
(2018, 8 min)
Founded on the belief that everyone is welcome, Memphis Rox opened a climbing gym to be
at the center of the city's revitalization. Watch and if you are interested to learn more about
Memphis Rox.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYjVzoxIkdI
Camel Finds Water
(2019, 8 min)
Trevor found the hull of an abandoned fishing boat in a field. He brought it home and built it
back to a sea-worthy state over the course of a summer. Then, he took it on its maiden voyage
to British Columbia in search of waves.
https://vimeo.com/328771728
This Land
(2019, 10 min)
Runner and advocate Faith E. Briggs used to run through the streets of Brooklyn every morning.
Now, she’s running 150 miles through three U.S. National Monuments that lay in the thick of the
controversy around public lands.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3dxCJK5BaQ&list=RDCMUC4qZJvaF8JKHFJzC_6lXWbg
& start_radio=1&t=5
Beneath the Ice
(2019, 16 min)
Canadian Will Gadd uses his unparalleled ice climbing skills and knowledge to lead a
scientific exploration into uncharted territory inside of the Greenland ice sheet.
https://www.redbull.com/ca-en/films/beneath-the-ice

Aziza
(2018, 6 min)
Set in the streets of Bou Tharar and the wide, craggy valleys of the lower Atlas mountains,
Aziza is the story of a young woman who has thrived in the world of ultra-running and how she
has become a role model for other up-and-coming athletes in Morocco.
https://vimeo.com/286846186
Standing Man
(2019, 13 min)
Cyclist Payson McElveen attempts to break the current fastest known time on the grueling
160 km White Rim Road in Canyonlands National Park.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=La8-Qqio0rU
Curated by Lianne Caron
Eli
(2019, 5 min)
As a rancher growing up in the rugged northeast corner of the Navajo Nation with no electricity
or running water, Eli Neztsosie learned through years of work what it meant to rely on
discipline and endurance. Now he relies on these same skills, running long distances— striving
every day, in his words, to be better than he was the day before.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l16tuTE99vA
A Nordic Skater
(2018, 5 min)
A Nordic Skater is the very first film about this little known sport. It features Per Sollerman, a
photographer who has been skating on frozen lakes and fjords for the past 10 years. During 6
captivating minutes, the viewer is transported to the region of Oslo to have a peek at a story of
a man who uses every sense he has to travel on thin ice.
https://vimeo.com/297673643
Out on a Limb
(2019, 21 min)
Engineer Kai Lin teams up with climber Craig DeMartino to design a badass prosthetic foot,
which if they succeed won’t just level the playing field, but will dish up, if not superpowers, then
a real sense of empowerment, which is almost the same thing.
https://mojagear.com/videos/2019/08/16/limb-prosthetic-climbing-craig-demartino/
Spirit
(2019, 20 min)
An intimate story of longing and belonging in India’s sacred mountains. Spirit explores what
it takes to make a home in a remote community in the thralls of change.
https://vimeo.com/369505425
Solstice
(2019, 4 min)
A skier’s tribute to the shortest day of the year when the sun arcs low over the horizon and
the ice crystals linger in the air. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTPovRc6OoM
Narics
(2019, 19 min)
In the midst of Kosovo, an area that’s been haunted by war and ethical conflicts, Elias Elhardt
discovers the small ski resort Brezovica.Snowboard enthusiast Hamdi is one of the locals
that now wants to breathe new life into this special place. He guides Elias through this
forgotten world and reflects on the question, how a future can be built if the past still weighs
so heavily.
https://vimeo.com/383514704
Curated by Lianne Caron

Valley of the Moon
(2018, 21 min)
Valley of the Moon explores the importance of climbing as a way to cross cultural barriers,
build friendship and chase adventure in one of the most breathtaking regions of the earth.
https://vimeo.com/299057800
The Legend of Rafael
(2019, 7 min)
A beautiful story about the power of two wheels and a community built through bicycling. After
a devastating breakup, Rafael finds solitude and restoration on the open road, pedaling his way
to emotional health from Mexico City to northern Colorado. With just $500 to his name, he
spearheads a revolution to help the underprivileged members of his new neighborhood the best
way he knows how—repairing their bicycles. https://vimeo.com/333580941
Over Time - Sammy C
(2019, 7 min)
Filmed purley in the heart of the BC backcountry, Over Time - Sammy C features the best
shots from a full winter with pro skier Sammy Carlson.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVXJ2E41_xE
Wallmapu
(2018, 6 min)
The Pehuenche people of present-day Chile speak Mapudungun: ‘the language of the land.’
This land, their universe, is known as Wallmapu. Two skiers enter, into a breathtaking creation
of ancient Araucaria trees, looming volcanoes, and windblown snow.
https://vimeo.com/306295979
Chasing the Sublime
(2018, 6 min)
Why do we put ourselves into the path of discomfort and risk? What drives us to get too cold
and too tired, to battle with fear, in the name of adventure? Follow the originators of The
Outdoor Swimming Society, ‘swim twins’ Kate Rew and Kari Furre, in this hauntingly beautiful
glimpse at the physicality of UK cold water swimming, as two friends set out to chase the
sublime. https://vimeo.com/292071219
The Running Pastor
(2019, 8 min)
Sverri is a local Pastor and avid runner who uses his time on the trails to work through not
only his own personal conflicts, but the conflicts of others he often is burdened with.
https://vimeo.com/340472874
Curated by Lianne Caron
BMX Nigeria
(2019, 13 min)
BMX street is one of the most frequently evolving sports in the world and, in Nigeria, a group
of local riders are reinventing riding at a grassroots level.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDZpsjtfYuY
The Shepherdess
(2018, 6 min)
A brutal drought is gripping the Southwest and the Navajo reservation especially hard,
threatening traditional shepherds and a way of life going back generations.
https://www.katiefalkenberg.com/#/shepherdess/
Silence
(2018, 18 min)
What does it take to climb the world’s first 9c? Let’s find out in Silence, a movie by Bernardo
Giménez. It shows what preceded the afternoon of September 3, 2017 when Adam Ondra, a
professional rock climber and currently one of the best climbers in the world, made a little piece

of climbing history when he climbed his project in the spectacular Hanshelleren Cave in
Norway. The route, later named Silence, received a new grade of 9c and became the hardest
route in the world.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRTNHDd0gL8
Ice & Palms
(2018, 32 min)
The documentary follows skiers Jochen Mesle and Max Kroneck on their most ambitious
ski tour yet. A 100% self powered adventure from southern Germany all the way to the
mediterranean sea.
https://vimeo.com/319200353
Sacred Strides
(2018, 12 min)
Bears Ears National Monument is a public land under threat. In 2018, a group of Native
American tribes put their differences aside and ran 1280 km to Bears Ears to send a message
of unity.
https://vimeo.com/283490560
Hourya
(2018, 10 min)
Fly Above the ancient sands of the Moroccan coastline. Let your spirit soar with lightness
and the feeling of Hourya.
https://vimeo.com/289029793
Curated by Lianne Caron
FAST HORSE
(2018, 14 min)
FAST HORSE follows the return of the Blackfoot bareback horse racing tradition in a new form:
the Indian Relay. Siksika horseman Allison Red Crow struggles to build a team with
second-hand horses and a new jockey, Cody Big Tobacco, to take on the best riders in the
Blackfoot Confederacy at the Calgary Stampede.
https://vimeo.com/358170802
The Moment
(2017, 74 min)
In the backwoods of British Columbia, three small but dedicated crews of adventure
seekers were quietly changing the course of a sport and carving their paths in history. The
Moment captures the birth and success of the original freeride mountain bike movement.
https://www.redbull.com/int-en/films/the-moment
For the Love of Mary
(2018, 6 min)
When 97-year-old runner George Etzweiler dons his lucky ancient green running shorts, he’s
not just running to the summit of Mt Washington, he carries something special with him: the
memory of his late wife of 68 years.
https://vimeo.com/273611679
Break on Through
(2017, 26 min)
Margo Hayes, a little-known 19 year old from Boulder Colorado, has moved to Europe to train
and climb with the goal of succeeding on two of the most iconic 5.15s in France and Spain. But
by pushing her body and mind to the absolute limit, she risks injury and failure in her quest to
be the first.
https://www.redbull.com/int-en/episodes/break-on-through-reel-rock-s04-e01
Life of Glide
(2017, 16 min)
Big Mountain rider Jeremy Jones dissects his lifelong passion for the simple sacred feeling

he calls “The Glide.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edYSL913rHI
Brothers of Climbing
(2017, 7 min)
How can you be what you can’t see? Mikhail Martin, co-founder of Brothers of Climbing said, “I
literally typed, ‘Are there black climbers?’ in Google ... someone said, ‘black people don’t
climb.'”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LWq5s-s4pY
Curated by Lianne Caron
Ride of the Dead
(2017, 12 min)
Enter into the world of Oaxacan mountain bike culture during Mexico’s famous annual
celebration known as Dia De Los Muertos.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLXR86vHUNU
Holocene
(2018, 12 min)
Join two riders from Japan as they dive into the cultural history of the dolomites clattering
up Via Ferratas and shredding down couloirs along the way.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8Yqf9Mn_ZY
Beautiful Idiot
(2018, 15 min)
Beautiful Idiot takes you on a ride through the mindset and motivations of those who feel
driven to pursue greatness, how it can feel to fall short, and the consequences of reaching a
lofty goal when the struggle to get there has defined you for so long. Featuring professional
freeride mountain bike rider Brett Rheeder.
https://vimeo.com/282402702
Perspectives | India
(2018, 5 min)
Professional mountain bike athlete and artist Micayla Gatto adventures to the Indian
Himalayas to experience the culture with her unique artistic perception.
https://freehubmag.com/videos/perspectives-india
Inside the Indus - A Pakistani Odyssey
(2017, 27 min)
An international team of kayakers heads to Pakistan to attempt a descent of the fabled Rondu
Gorge, on the Indus river. Hidden behind a wall of political and security factors meant it had
been eight years since the last expedition had ventured into the gorge.
https://www.facebook.com/twelveproductions/videos/inside-the-indus-a-pakistani-odyssey/22
4 8154562075004/
Skier Vs Drone
(2018, 4 min)
2018 Olympic Bronze Medalist skier racer, Victor Muffat-Jeandet, faces off against 2x World
Drone Racing Champion, Jordan Temkin, in a dual GS race to see who is the fastest down
the mountain.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn_Fx2MwCB0
Curated by Lianne Caron
The Faction Collective Presents: La Grave
(2018, 17 min)
Sam Anthamatten and Johnny Collinson travel to La Grave to push the limits of steep skiing
and discover what makes La Grave so unique - a mythic freeride location where time stops.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkinG08IoKk

Children of the Columbia: A Skier’s Odyssey
(2018, 20 min)
A cultural ski journey up the historically-charged waters of the Columbia River in interior
British Columbia.
https://vimeo.com/330851467
The Sky Piercer
(2018, 44 min)
Snow athletes Sam Smoothy, Xavier De Le Rue, Nadine Wallner and Fraser McDougall take
on the challenge of skiing down New Zealand’s highest mountain, the notorious Mount Cook
(Aoraki). Will extreme weather and icy conditions defeat them?
https://www.redbull.com/int-en/films/the-sky-piercer-2019-23-10
The Lorax Project
(2018, 35 min)
Six friends embark on a determined quest to climb and then BASE jump ‘The Lorax’, a
formidable climb in remote western Tasmania. Surrounded by some of the most pristine
wilderness in all of Australia, they contend with extreme weather and rugged terrain, relying on
each other’s skills and a bit of humour to reach their goal. https://vimeo.com/310331133
Escape
(2018, 8 min)
JaBig, a Montreal-based DJ, buys a bike on a whim and decides to attempt to beat the record
for the longest continuous bike ride in a single country. What’s more, he’ll ride a single-speed,
fixed-gear bicycle and finish in the winter, approaching the Arctic Ocean by way of Canada’s
northernmost continental hamlet, Tuktoyaktuk in the Northwest Territories.
https://www.mec.ca/en/explore/mec-documentary-escape
Facing Sunrise
(2017, 8 min)
While dealing with one of the darkest times of her life, processing family trauma and recovering
from injury, Azzah overhears a conversation around the question, “what do you want to do
before you die?” Inspired and energized, she rushes home and begins her bucket list. Although
she has never seen herself as much of an adventurer, she realizes she’s capable of more than
she ever imagined.
https://www.mec.ca/en/explore/facing-sunrise
Curated by Lianne Caron
Ascending Afghanistan *warning graphic content
(2016, 44 min)
Follow the first female Afghan mountaineering team as they navigate their first expedition and
fight for recognition as athletes amongst their country, culture, and families.
https://video.vice.com/en_us/video/vice-impact-ascending-afghanistan-rising-women/587674b
f f0d3f0d206a3cec6?latest=1
Brotherhood of Skiing
(2018, 10 min)
Since 1973, the National Brotherhood of Skiers has overcome barriers by bringing soul,
smiles and a party to the mountain.
https://vimeo.com/318824416
How to Run 100 Miles
(2018, 28 min)
The odds were stacked against Jayson Sime early in life: poverty, homelessness, dyslexia,
bullying. But he learned to fight. In 2017, he entered his first 100-mile mountain
ultramarathon, betting on his lifelong resilience to carry him to the finish line.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC7Lh4opLsc

Blue Heart
(2018, 44 min)
The Balkan Peninsula is home to the last wild rivers in Europe. However, a deluge of more
than 3,000 proposed hydropower developments threaten to destroy the culture and ecology of
this forgotten region. Blue Heart, now in its first digital release, documents the battle for the
largest undammed river in Europe, Albania’s Vjosa, the effort to save the endangered Balkan
lynx in Macedonia, and the women of Kruščica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are
spearheading a months-long, 24/7 protest to protect their community’s only source of
drinking water.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhmHByZ0Xd8
Carving Landscapes
(2018, 6 min)
Through the inspiring legacy of Mary Vaux we will venture onto the Illecillewaet
Glacier, reenacting her research and her mountain travel in the restriction of Victorian
dresses. https://vimeo.com/299359466
The Passage
(2018, 25 min)
In 1974, my 20-year-old parents and uncle Andy built their own canoes, launched them into the
Pacific, and became some of the first people in modern history to canoe from Washington to
Alaska up the Inside Passage. My brother and I grew up paddling those wooden canoes in the
Virginia rivers and the 1974 adventure became a legend in our family - shaping who we’ve
become, how we view our parents, and how our parents view themselves. In the summer of
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2017, we renovated those canoes and with our aging parents completed their 1974 journey. The
Passage is a story about growing up, growing old, and the wild places that define us.
https://vimeo.com/272632802
Grizzly Country
(2018, 12 min)
After serving in the Vietnam War, author and eco-warrior Doug Peacock spent years alone in the
Wyoming and Montana wilderness observing grizzly bears. This time in the wild changed the
course of his life. With the protection of Yellowstone grizzlies now under threat, Peacock
reflects on the importance of habitat and why he continues to fight for wild causes.
https://vimeo.com/300829054
The Botanist
(2016, 20 min)
After the fall of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan, a former Soviet Socialist Republic, plunged into a
devastating civil war. A famine struck the mountainous region of the Pamir where Raïmberdi,
a passionate and ingenious botanist, built his own hydroelectric station to help his family
survive through the crisis.
https://vimeo.com/267165412
Surviving the Outback
(2018, 57 min)
Could you survive alone across hundreds of kilometers of remote outback for a whole
month, trekking and sailing on a makeshift raft, with nothing but a time capsule of antique
stuff from 1932? Mike wasn’t sure he could pull it off either!
https://tubitv.com/movies/497254/surviving_the_outback
The Mirnavator
(2017, 11 min)
Ultra-runners overcome obstacles on every trail. In this film, Force of Nature Mirna
Valerio overcomes the negative voices that don’t believe she belongs in the sport.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5-CSQcYeXk
Ski Photographer

(2018, 9 min)
Drawn to the mountains in search of the ski bum lifestyle, Oskar Enander had no intention of
ever becoming a photographer. Is his affinity for cold stark places driven by his color
blindness? Or is it place that has formed his aesthetic?
https://vimeo.com/300544856
Curated by Lianne Caron
My Mom Vala
(2017, 10 min)
Life has a way of putting us where we need to be. For Vala, that’s in both Greenland – where
she works at her family’s fishing lodge – and Reykjavík, where she teaches her daughter how to
do it all on her own, too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERjQ7hcVxus
AMO
(2017, 7 min)
Amo; in the native Rapa Nui Language means, to carry on ones shoulders. Easter Island is a
place known the world across in myth and legend, but the people who call it home and the
unique culture that they embody is often overlooked as the most valuable piece of the islands
estranged story. In this short film, Heu Rapa Haoa, native born Rapa Nui and one of 800
remaining people left in the world who speak his native tongue fluently, tells his story of the
island, the stone heads that brought Easter Island renowned, and in what he sees for his future
and in that the future of his people the culture that defines them.
https://vimeo.com/254442752
Surface
(2018, 7 min)
In a photographic niche defined by familiar angles, Ben Thouard is driven by his desire to
create something original in surf photography.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeONe9teVWw
The Frenchy
(2018, 14 min)
Jacques is an 82-year-old badass athlete, but the real story is how he inspires us with his
contagious love of life, epic tales of survival and his ability to counter aging through
laughter.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dhfipv8LXRg
Dreamride 3
(2018, 6 min)
Inspired by a Dr. Seuss narrative, this mountain bike film is sure to take you places like no
other. https://vimeo.com/266377015
Treeline
(2018, 40 min)
Through a cinematic exploration of three extraordinary tree communities, Treeline brings forests
alive on screen, illuminating the reciprocal bond between humanity and nature - a relationship
we can’t survive without - and asks what responsibility we have to protect the exceptional
forests that remain.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCEaYInJbos
Curated by Lianne Caron
The Wolf Pack
(2018, 12 min)
The Braford-Lefebrve family lives to run and runs to live. Without cell phones or any
modern worry, the wolf pack roams the mountains around Silverton CO.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I83E6jSHBs4

Danny Macaskill: Danny Daycare
(2019, 4 min)
In his latest film Danny Macaskill takes on some child care the only way he knows how... by
taking them for a wee bike ride around Scotland!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj0CmnxuTaQ#action=share
Electric Greg
(2019, 20 min)
Record-breaking mountain endurance athlete Greg Hill has never shied away from a goal.
Through his time spent in the mountains, he's seen the effects of climate change first-hand and
came to realize the way he was approaching the mountains was only making the problem
worse. Two years ago he changed his approach and set out to climb 100 peaks without burning
any fossil fuels. But the question is: will it make a difference?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTL5l4CcBdE&feature=youtu.be
Defiance
(2019, 13 min)
The path of progression is paved with acts of defiance. Leanne Pelosi, Jake Blauvelt, and
Victor de Le Rue take the stage in British Columbia in a showcase of shred.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUN-2fAgp0A&feature=youtu.be
Par For The Course
(2019, 4 min)
Mirna Valerio takes on her first ever sky race at the 4th annual Broken Arrow Sky Race. Mirna
navigated the rocky, exposed ridge lines, steep climbs and snow filled descents of Squaw
Valley with an attitude unlike any other.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13kb8geCNNc&feature=youtu.be
The Motivator
(2018, 4 min)
Filmmaker Aaron Hitchins turns his camera on the person who has motivated him to lead a life
connected to the outdoors: his mother, Maureen. He wishes he were half as active as she is,
and her commitment to rediscovering herself is inspirational.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpLt8ThtOFc&feature=youtu.be
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2019 in Fabrics

As most of you are well aware, we’re hyper material focused here at Outlier, so like we did last year, I figured a good way to reflect on the year is to review the fabrics we used. So without further fanfare, in alphabetical order:

3-Ply Merino
Not much to say here, it makes a great cap, but it functions as an add on item. We’re happy to sell them and wear them ourselves but in someways the main reason we make them is for use in photo shoots.

60/30 Cloth
Pretty much it for this stuff, had a fantastic run and we’ll probably squeeze another run of Chinos out of what’s left around. Ultimately this one is dead by success, there are lots of stretch cotton chino fabrics out there now. With it’s snap, structure and micronylon this stuff is one of the best if not the pinnacle. If the puck wasn’t moving away from chinos it’d make sense to keep this stuff going as best in class, but since things are moving in other directions it doesn’t leave enough sales volume to keep this one going.


Albini Merino Broadcloth
This stuff is fantastic and we’re going to keep pushing it as far as we can. There are some deep level supply chain changes that might change it slightly but we’re pretty hopeful it can keep moving at full speed and if things go well get to a core, always in full stock, product level.


Cottonweight Merino
The new T-shirt cut really shined in this stuff, more to come!


Daydream Wool
This one is in the phase out, good stuff but I don’t see us doing much more with it in the near future.


Densewaffle/Warmform
This one had quite a year, launched in January, got renamed and came back in the Fall and overall has done quite nicely. We did quite a lot of “form finding” with this stuff this year while we have some early impressions we need to dig deeper and figure out what works and doesn’t but barring any surprises it should be back and running next fall.


Doubledyneema Alien Skin
This stuff is a rare gem, we’re sitting on the only black/dark versions of this stuff that exists and will use it, but slowly and deliberately.


Doublefine Merino
Down to the scraps but the scraps make great balaclavas!


Dreamweight & Dreamweight 95
The original stuff is gone (except scraps) and the 95 weight stuff was great but just a little bit more transparent and low UPF than we wanted. We’ve got a new mill trial of a 110 weight version that is absolutely fantastic, with experimental raw cut longsleeves coming in as early as tomorrow. This stuff has been through a long and rocky development cycle so we don’t want to get too ahead of ourselves but if we can get this quality going at production scale then it’s back to the races.


Duckcloth
Absolutely love this stuff, but we’re also starting to see it plateau a little bit. It’s the best damn cotton duck around but it costs a pretty penny compared to more commodity grade versions so it’s a bit niche. There is plenty more to come with it, but it’s a bit unclear just how far it can grow, but we should find out more this year.


Dystrong Twill
Still a little bit of this rare and unreproducible stuff around, we’ll keep doing something interesting with it until it’s gone.


Ecstatic Raincloth
This one only dropped a few weeks ago so it’s early but so far it’s pretty damn nice. The tricky stuff with this is all the larger context. The air-permeable membrane space has popped open over this year. Polartec had a monopoly that’s gone, and they also have a new owner that makes their supply chain situation different. North Face has the Futurelight out now and the membrane suppliers are now selling similar stuff to the laminators so there will be more. Add in the tariff situation and it’s messy. We’ll mostly be sitting 2020 out on this stuff to see how things shake out, but hopefully we’ll be back in this zone at some point.



Extrafleece
We got to a really interesting place with this stuff late in this fall as we got a lot more clarity as to wear this stuff really shines. Which is less as a midlayer (too bulky) and more as a jacket. That makes for quite a different dynamic with the product which we hope to explore a lot more. That plus it makes for absolutely incredible jacket pockets....



F.Cloth
What can I say this stuff is super central to what we do. The Futuredarts in particular are doing surprisingly great although we still need to figure some details out on them. Shorts, pants, shirts, jackets, even trim on the Throws of Passion, this stuff works everywhere. There will be refinement and iterations on some of the core, and the Futurecharge space has a lot of promise too.


Feral Merino Waffle
Think we used the last of this wild stuff. Beautiful but just not ready for life in a domestic setting.


Free/co
This one is still finding it’s sea legs. Definitley will be doing some more with it, but it’s a toss up whether it will hit lift off or not. If you love this stuff make sure you get behind it when drops!


FU/Cotton
I’m wearing this stuff as I write this, more to come.


Gostwyck
Still stunningly beautiful but also as we’re using it more we’re seeing how finicky it might be. We’ve still got plenty of this years fabric that we’ll work with so it’s not going away but at the same time we are proceeding with caution. We’re also pretty concerned about the fires in Australia and how they might impact both Gostwyck itself and the whole wool supply chain in general.


Grid Linen
Holding steady and strong. For a minute we thought the Wavy Linen might rise up and challenge it, but that stuff fell apart in the wash. The whole experience was quite interesting though and got us thinking about how both fabrics could be improved. All just ideas so far, but when we start meeting with suppliers we’re going to start conversations on how this stuff could evolve.


Hard/co Merino
This is a tough one in more ways than one. Absolutely love this fabric and the products it makes, but it’s got one of the weaker value propositions of anything we make. At the current prices you can get both a heavyweight cotton and a midweight merino piece for less than a single Hard/co, so the only real value is in replacing two garments with one. We’re exploring some stuff that might bring the price to a much better sweet spot but it’s 50/50 at best so we’ll see.


Hardmarine
This one is pretty early stages with a lot of promise. Right now we’re really trying to figure out just how it stands next to Supermarine/Ventile as they are similar products with subtle but real distinctions. We’ll be exploring this more this year and hopefully can get to somewhere really interesting.


Injected Linen
This was a really rocky year for this supply chain so we are proceeding with lots of caution. We’re hopeful things are worked out and if they are then there is lots of this stuff coming!


Mackenzie 17.5 Merino
Steadily amazing. A cut two tee in this is obvious but we’re taking it slow as we rushed the Gostwyck version and it didn’t quite shrink as we expected, we want to get this right. Either way an Outlier essential.


Nyco Oxford
Done for good. The Boxford came out great but the Nyco itself continued to suffer from an edge case fabric issue that we got fed up with. The lab tests said everything was good, we tried fixing it in design, fixing it in production, fixing at the mill but weird shit kept happening, so it goes.


OG Cloth
The original stuff lives on in the Free Way Shorts but otherwise it’s winding down. Maybe one day it cycles back to prominence, but for now structure and texture win out over stretch and technical sheen. It makes an amazing heavyweight short though.


Open Wool
This one we’re pretty sad to see go. The mill can make it at quantities that, while not wildly unrealistic, are just a bit too much to justify for how expensive the fabric is. The combination of openness and wool is amazing at times but on the flip only really shines is a pretty small temperature range. Injected Linen is far better at serious heat and the openness makes it hard to wear as the temperatures drop too much. Still it had promise, we’d love to find something a bit more dialed in in this zone.


Paper Nylon
Think we killed the last of it this fall. Another really nice fabric killed by the mills, not everything works out.


Polyamour Webbing
A sleeper, this stuff didn’t get used that much but it stays great.


Ramielight
So damn light, dry and airy. It wrinkles a bit too much in the long sleeve form, but the short sleeves are great. There are still some edge case things with this fabric that leave us searching for something even better but for now it does what it needs to.


Ramielust
It’s still the cheat code for the hot and humid. We got hit with some supply chain surprises with it recently that hopefully amount to nothing (or even a positive) but we’re going cautious on it this year.


Ramienorth
Still fantastic, this stuff is ready for some form finding.


Runweight Merino
This one is done as a solo fabric, for all the people claiming to love it, it sold like shit. My personal theory is that it’s a bit too “goldilocksy” of a fabric. For some it hit the balance of weight, quick dryness and merino content just right, but for others it was off in at least one dimension making it hard to get lift off. We’re still using it for various alphacharge linings though, it’s a great fabric that we are sad to see go.


S140 Twill
This one is in a tricky spot. We switched it from garment dyed to piece dyed as the garment dying caused a ton of issues, but it’s unclear if that’s enough. It sells decently but not great so we need to make some difficult choices soon. Either figure out a plan we’re willing to bet on to get this to real growth or kill the fabric.


Silk 55gsm Twill
An under-appreciated rookie here. If anything it’s handicapped by how pretty it is when dyed or printed, we haven’t done a good job communicating just how well this stuff performs in action.


Stronglinen
This is a tricky one, it’s a unique fabric with lots of character but we’re still trying to get a hang of designing with it. It feels amazing and looks great but mastering how it sews and drapes has been tricky, we’ve got more work to do.


Strongtwill
We worked out 2018’s supply chain issues so this stuff is in a pretty good spot, with some very interesting developments out there on the horizon too.


Strongwaffle
Pretty much done, an really nice fabric with promise, but the Warmform one out in the merino waffle race (or at least the heavier, not actually looking like a waffle section.)


Strongwool
Another one in a tricky spot. We finally found the natural form and use case for this stuff with the Throws of Passion but it seems to be a bit far out there for most of our customer base. That means to keep it going we either to need to broaden that base or drag enough of you guys along kicking and screaming to make this a viable long term material for us.


Supermarine
The caps were the surprise hit of this year. Especially for me as don’t even like this particular cap shape (although it looks great on a lot of people). More iteration to go there and this stuff keeps finding amazing uses in other spaces too.


Ultra Ultra
We’re taking this one slowly as the sportier space it really shines in is pretty price resistant. Still it makes a fantastic lightweight stretch garment so we’ll be iterating and testing to see if we can get this stuff to a lift off.


Ultrahigh Dyneema Composite
Done for now. As I’ve mentioned before this stuff is great but the price premium to extra performance ratio is just too far off. It’s genuinely superior to existing alternatives but because it costs so much more it only makes sense for niche and fetish use. No one as gotten this stuff to real scale and at this point pretty much the entire outdoor industry has tried. We continue to look for a better bag fabric.


V/Co
This one is on the borderline but probably not coming back. It’s quite a nice fabric but it’s not quite distinctive and separated enough from the pack to make us go forward.


Workcloth
The work horse. This one doesn’t get much attention but it steadily makes an amazing product. Nothing gets that 365 day wearability plus durability as well as this stuff, pure magic.


Workcloth 320
Another one with lots of promise but some real roadblocks. There will be more iteration and work with this stuff, but it’s starting to look like this is not a long term thing. It made a spectacular shank, but that’s not enough to keep a fabric like this going. We’ll be iterating on pants, but it’s been frustratingly difficult for us to get this fabric to wear we want it. The increased weight and structure are great but they come with an increased openness and sewing bulk. The openness is very much a mixed blessing as it makes it surprisingly comfortable in hot weather but also looses some performance as it cools. The sewing is a subtler and longer problem, this stuff is hard to get into the form we want it too, but we keep pushing on it.
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TIFU by betting a dead horse

Do you know those days where you feel lucky, and just have to do something about it? Well today was Melbourne Cup day, and I felt like I could be the luckiest man in the country, and thus this fuck up begins. For those who don't live in the lovely land danger that is Australia, once a year we have a horse race that 'stops the nation'. Ever since I was younger, this race would be the talk of the day, even being pulled out of class in school to sit in front of a TV to watch it, mostly so the teachers could see if they'd won.
Being 22 years old, I decided this year that I was adult enough to bet on a horse, and with my inner fire of luck, I knew I was going to win. I messaged my brother-in-law, an avid gambler, but also someone who knows what he's talking about, and asked him if he had any tips. He gave me three numbers, 9, 17, 23. I went on break at work, and searched the horses on Google. Now the way this website had set it up this list was as follows:
  1. Horsename (6)
  2. Anotherhorse (15)
I looked at this list over and over, and me, an intellectual, became perplexed, wondering which number was the horse number. A coworker sees me looking like I'm smelling vinegar, and asks what's wrong. I tell him my plans, show him the page, and the true fuck up of this story, asked for his help.
'The horse number is in the brackets, and the number at the front is the gate number.'
When I got home from work, I looked over my options of 9, 17,and 23 over and over again. I finally decided on number 9, feeling like this could be my lucky break, but of course, disaster strikes early. All of the competent betting apps in Australia were down, because not only do we have the most dangerous spiders, but we also can't avoid a fucking server overload when more than 5 people want to use the same app.
After an hour of opening and closing the app, persisting through the trudges of slow loading times, slowly growing more and more impatient, I had finally done it. $20 on horse number 9. My victory was nearing, I could feel it. I turn the TV onto Channel 7, and begin to watch. All the horses are getting ready to race, and I'm excited, slightly shaking. The commentator mentions that my horse was 'sweating excessively', but I shook this off, obviously the horse was nervous, who wouldn't be. Once again, an intellectual. The horses lined at the gate, they get ready, and they're off!
Fast forward three minutes, and I've worked out my complete idiocy. I had the horse number and the gate number swapped the wrong way around. The winning horses in order? 23, 9, 17. I couldn't believe it. I worked out that if I had bet correctly, I would have won back $200, instead, I had lost $20.
But TheifSyn? What happened to your horse, what did it place? It didn't. No, the horse I chose, not only didn't place, but had to be put down on the track. Like my hope for a good day, the horse I had bet was dead. Dearest Reddit, luck was not with me today, it was against me.
TL;DR: I had a good tip on bets for a horse race, but got the horse number and gate number mixed up. The horse I would have chose came second, the horse I did choose died.
EDIT: Of course my top post is due to my ignorance and bad luck, should have seen that coming. I just wanted to write something to clear some stuff up. This post is not about how I lost $20 at the races. The money is insignificant to me. I do not condone horse racing, but I also do not hold it in disdain. I know the losses that the horse racing community has experienced are terrible, and I don't think it's made serious enough, but at the same time, a day where people come together with similar interests and goals, to have some fun and relax is important in our day and age. I got caught up in the flair of it all, and tried something different that I don't think I'll be trying again. I do feel for the horse, any loss of life is horrendous, no matter what conditions. I am a flawed human being, I'm not trying to hide that. It's spelled out within the story, I know who I am (a child parading as a 22 year old). The reason I decided to post this small segment of my life to this subreddit, was so that people could have a chuckle at my expense. To see how everything that could have gone so right, went so wrong. I appreciate the civil discussion, and there have been a lot of points made by both sides that are astounding, but I just wanted to clear up the idea I'm portraying. Thanks.
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7 Years of Carnage

Hi all. Trigger warning as below I discuss real life betting scenarios and discuss real monetary loss.







I've been a gambler since I was 19. I'm 26 now and I'm sure I share the same story as at least a couple of you. I started innocently enough with a weekend multi (accumulator for those in the US and UK). I was working casually at the time while going to Uni with no debt commitments and no real bills besides $50 of board a week. I finally hit one of my $5 multis for a win of ~$120. I was elated but I remember the overwhelming feeling being that I had somehow cheated myself by not outlaying more. This was the sort of logic that was starting to infect my brain that would separate myself and the many other problem gamblers to those who are capable of having a social bet here and there. I was live betting on sports at the time placing multiple live selections in one betslip and hoping the 2nd division Hungarian woman's handball team I had just heard of would cover their -3.5 handicap. I had worked up to $20 size bets and would go on huge losing streaks. I would be paid $300 - $500 every Wednesday and would be shocked if I still had any money by the weekend. I developed a stereotype of being tight with money among my group of friends which I was more than fine with as it meant I never had to come clean with where all my money was going. In Australia the Federal Government closed the live betting loophole and you now had to live bet over the phone and couldn't easily combine events or selections. This put a stop to my binge sessions but I of course searched for something to fill the void. This is where I discovered Horse and Greyhound racing. This was perfect for my needs as the result of a bet would be known within 60 seconds of the outlay and there is always a meeting on somewhere in the world. Wednesdays and Saturdays are the feature Australian racing meetings during the week and the days I would do the most damage. I would wipe out my weekly wage on these 2 days 9/10 times. When I did win I would never withdraw the sum from my betting accounts, set my bet amounts higher and like clockwork wipe the account in a matter of days. This wasn't a huge issue as I didn't have a sizable amount of income to flush down the toilet at the time and I would pinny pinch in other areas of my life to get by.
Now as I wasn't able to save any money I had to get a loan for a car. This is the first point in my life where pure unadulterated degeneracy would rear its ugly head. I went into a pure tailspin and pissed away the loan in about 2 months chasing my own arse. Like many problem gamblers do I built a body of lies to insulate myself such as "can't find the right model with the right condition". I eventually had to tell my partner and promised I wouldn't gamble again. I got out another loan, bought a car and everything went swimmingly for about a year. I was still gambling here and there but nothing I huge and nothing I couldn't hide. I then finished Uni and got a job earning 60k a year in my field. I started being paid monthly which was a 4k cheque on the 1st. This was like putting a beer tap into an alcoholic's bedroom. Having 4k when you're used to having nothing all the time is like winning the lottery for a million dollars. This was gasoline on the fire I had been trying to suppress for years. This income also made me eligible for credit that had never been in my reach before. When I applied for a credit card it was instantly approved and at my door the next day. I wasn't even buying the lies I was telling myself about it being used for emergency purchases and like a self fulfilling prophecy that was maxed within 2 months.
I am now in the same lifestyle I was in when I was earning $300 a week but now at a larger scale. Money comes in and flows out like a river. Huge binge episodes which would result in me being too scared to check my bank account. Too scared to add up the deposits into all the online bookies. Overwhelming dread going to bed and waking up in the morning. A pyramid of lies and mistruths, fake expenses to explain where all my money goes. A rack of debt. It was honestly a win for me making it to the 8th this month before losing most of my money as normally I am bone dry by the 3rd or the 4th. If I didn't have more money coming in this month I would be absolutely fucked for Christmas and New Years.
I'm now at a cross roads to what I want to do. I can consistently make money abusing bookie promos and matched betting but this means having money in online accounts which I know deep down I can lose in minutes. I can also quit cold turkey for the new year but that means finally coming clean and addressing my problem and my debt. Also shamefully I still love to gamble despite the hardships it has caused me financially and emotionally. I haven't really missed out on much such as holidays and outings despite always being broke. Despite losing over 30k+ I know I am still stuck in the tornado and I have no idea how to get out.
Would be cool if anyone has any suggestions/ideas/stories that would like to share. I'm still looking for a wake up call. Also if you have any questions please let me know.
Your mate pmev.
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[Letter]

Dear Jordan Peterson
Hello, my name is Geoffrey, I am 44 years old and live in Australia. This is the first time I have written a letter such as this so excuse me if I share to much or not enough. I understand that you will be getting thousands of letters a week, some positive, some not so. Mine for the most part is positive asking questions/advice and of course about me and my thoughts so you know where I am coming from. I found you by clicking on the home button on YouTube, before this I had never heard of you.
My parents were ten-pound Poms, I was born in Australia, I have 2 older brothers and 1 sister, when I was 5 my brother was murdered. Not long after mum gave up work and decided to become a housewife, my dad had always worked long hours to provide for his family, growing up I remember sneaking into his bedroom just to see him sleep. Although I was the only one at home at the time he provided for the whole family. (my dad was a prison officer).
When I was 16, we moved to Tasmania as my parents bought a general store, sadly my dad lost his leg through diabetes, as the hospital was so far away I spent a lot of time running the store as well as completing school. On completing school, I had the marks to go to university however, seeing my dad coming home stressed I knew I did not want a stressful job so I thought I would work in a factory. However, working in factories I just could not handle the menial tasks. Some jobs I could last 3 months others a week.
By this stage I had met my first wife she was pregnant (my child), so we moved back to Tasmania as my dad had taken ill again we started to help out with the store. My brother had a heart to heart telling me to grow up asking me why I could not hold down a job? I explained it was mind numbing, he suggested I become a truck driver, so I took my test, fell in love with the job and never looked back. Sadly, I fell into the same trap as my father and worked every hour I could, I could be gone for three weeks or more, I had 2 children with my ex-wife, and we had been together for 10 years.
Our marriage ended because I was never home, I struggled with the breakdown, so I went to England for a working holiday. I met my second wife there; she already had a son (3) and had a career in the NHS. We have 2 children together and to allow my wife not to fall behind I became the house husband and she carried on working. I worked nights when we wanted holidays or had a big bill etc.
My intention was never to live in the UK, 6 long years later we moved back to Australia and for the most part its work out a treat. All 5 of my children live with us, my wife went back to university and completed her Bachelor of Nursing (something she has wanted from a young age). She has just signed up for a post graduate degree and I support her 100 percent.
Myself, I was assaulted at work 5 years ago suffering a broken neck and damage to my lower back. I have been told I will never work again due to the limitations placed upon me. I have had 4 lots of surgery trying to correct this. I try to look for the positives in life however not being able to provide for my family or do to much with them has caused some serious depression. Hopefully I feel like I am getting back on top with more good days than bad ones.
I have always had an interest in law so I decided to do a bachelor of law however, my wife was worried that I may not cope with the amount of study involved, so I completed an Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice through Victoria University Polytechnic that is a pathway to a bachelor of law at VU. I am now 53% through my degree. Sadly, with the Covid-19 our learning has moved to online and that is not working for me, so I am taking a break for the minute and enjoying the rest.
Australia’s First People
I have always believed they are their own worst enemy, after completing a legal unit on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (which is not a core unit) my thoughts have changed, I understand why some are upset when it comes to land ownership. The government have made things so hard I am shocked any group has managed to become caretakers of their lands
When it comes to Australia Day/invasion day (as some believe) due to the way Captain Cook took ownership of the land. For those that feel the land has been invaded and have no native blood in them, should they not hand back any land they own to the local tribe and leave Australia to the home of where their ancestors came from, or is that too simplistic? Are they not hypocrites staying in a country that was illegally taken? Are they not also part of the problem?
What happened to the first nations people back in the 1770’s from onwards was wrong it was barbaric and shameful, I also look at the convicts who were ripped away from their families for stealing a loaf of bread, sent to the other side of the world, never to return, convicted to hard labour, whipped on a regular basis and did not live much better and most cases worse than the local tribes. I think what happened back then to most people was wrong. I think in 2268 people will look back on us and may think we are barbaric. We do what we THINK is right at the time.
The stolen generation, again I believe the government were trying to do the right thing by the children however, some people either in authority or those in charge of the first nations care took advantage and were cruel. At the same time across in the United Kingdom thousands of young children were removed from their families and shipped to Australia and New Zealand, told their parents had died, parents were told their children had died. This is no excuse for the stolen generation. It shows the times and the way the governments thought.
On the outside I am very chauvinistic, racist, homophobic, the old saying is ‘I hate everyone equally including myself’. Growing up in Australia in the 80’s that is the way it was. Nothing was meant by it; you used words to describe someone, these same words are still around today. Now it seems you need to be in a box to use that term to tell that joke describe that person, when did the world become so sensitive?
I really do not care who is gay, what sex you are, what you identify as, what colour your skin is, I do not understand why your sexual preference, sex, sexual identity or colour of your skin should define who you are? What defines a person is their values as a person, nothing else really matters. Being smart does not make you a better person, going to church every week does not make you a better person, being homeless does not make you a bad person. Judge a person on face value on them, not because they are X come from X identify as X, we are all different and that makes as all unique. So if we are all unique how can we possibly fit neatly into a box marked Y?
In the Victorian Parliament they celebrated the fact that there was an equal number of men v woman. The first thing I thought of was, how many of those women truly deserve to be there, how many men that have worked hard missed out because of a quota, how much poorer will Victoria be. Then the next question needs to be asked, where is the disability quota, that needs to be at 50% and it cannot just be people in wheelchairs.
We have 200 nationalities just in Victoria and only 128 seats in state parliament. The Assembly has 88 Members and the Council has 40 Members. How do we get equality there? Once we get equality in one area, it must happen in all otherwise it does not work. To find the perfect members for council, their family must have at least 5 unique nationalities, preferably 2 or more disabilities, transgender and believe in one of the many faiths. I think that goes some way to ticking a number of boxes. Sadly even if we could clone forty more we would still fall short somewhere in equality. Equality is more than sex, more than skin colour, more than faith. Most people feel they have had to work for everything and have been discriminated against at some point in their life.
In Australia, they have started to increase superannuation contributions for woman due to the wage gap. With woman having children, working less, single mothers, etc, etc, they feel woman need greater protection. I am sorry but in Australia men do not get a say when it comes to children. If a one-night stand results in a child and the man says I do not want a child I will pay for the abortion and the woman does not want the abortion so has the child, that man is forced to pay for that child up to the age of 18 (21 if they want to go to university).
Where is the man’s right, what happens if he wore protection, is not ready or does not want the responsibility of the child? I understand it is the woman’s body, so it ultimately her choice. Surely part of that choice is understanding that the male wants no role in that child’s life so why should he be forced to pay maintenance when it solely her decision?
A couple living together for many years, a woman gets pregnant, the man wants the child, the woman does not, the man has no rights. So, to say the woman misses out on superannuation, it is solely her choice when it comes to children. If she lives with her partner for several years, automatically she is entitled to part of her partners pension. Why? because she chose to stay at home to raise the children, this is why she gets a higher percentage in the divorce settlement. The system is already set up in place for this. Even if a woman does not have children, she will receive a higher superannuation contribution, how is this fair?
The family courts are set up to favour woman in custody disputes, police will side with wives when arguments take place, we have woman only gyms, safe spaces for woman, so many places for woman suffering from domestic violence. Yet where do men go when they are attacked by their partners, where do they turn when they are raped, where do they turn when their partner kicks them out on the street, what services to they seek when their partner walks out on them leaving them with the kids?
Certainly, my generation you were taught to work hard and deal with your problems yourself, slowly there are men’s groups getting out there but, compared to what woman have? No wonder men’s suicide is so high.
It annoys me that you go to any clothes shop where there is a separate men’s and woman’s changerooms. Woman will be allowed in the corridor to advise their partner, which is ok as everyone is behind a curtain or door, but men are allowed nowhere near the female changerooms as it can make females feel uncomfortable. Where is the equality?
When a woman is murdered or raped or hit by a man there is this outpouring of emotion ‘Violence Against Woman’. Does it really matter that it was a woman who was raped, murdered, attacked, should it not be that a human life was lost, that a fellow human was assaulted or are we saying that woman are the weaker sex and as such need more protection?
Every time I see a news story that goes something like, first woman to… to me it always makes woman look weaker as if they have something to prove, in truth they have nothing to prove millions of woman are stronger, faster, smarter than me so on and so forth, in return I bet I am smarter, quicker, so on and so forth than millions of others. We all have our own strengths and weaknesses. I loved horse riding as a kid, but I am not going to sue Racing Victoria because I am 6 foot 4 and weigh a 120kg. There is no way I could be a jockey.
I just wish we could get rid of quotas as all we are doing is dumbing down the world, draw up a set of guidelines and hold the people accountable that do the hiring and running the world. Let’s hope they are smart enough to hire the right people for the job and they are not blinded by what is on the outside. I do not care of the make up of my parliament. What I do care about is their policies and they are being held accountable. All they are doing is getting you to watch this hand while they pick your pocket with that hand, well that is my belief.
I really am enjoying your talks, not so much for what you say (although I agree with most of what you say) but how you listen to the question and answer the question without getting upset for the most part even when being baited. What a great skill to have and something I need to learn
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, once the world returns to its new normal, if you are ever in Melbourne and fancy a home cooked meal, you are more than welcome at my table.
Kind Regards
Geoffrey
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Tips & tactics from one of Australia's premiere punters, Darren Potter.

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