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The shrine of the risen Mully

By johnboy 6 April 2010 45

The Shrine Of Mully

In the raging debate over the meaning of the horrific Narrabundah car crash p1 sent in the immensely helpful contribution of the above image from the Woden bus interchange (if I recognise it correctly).

I draw this to your attention simply because not everyone has the time and the energy to read all the 400+ comments on that story so some of you may have missed this gem.

In the Easter Wotz on Guide Mr Evil predicted that Mully would rise from the dead to prove that the cops really couldn’t catch him.

Woody Mann-Caruso then noted the miraculous cleaning out from his fridge of any and all bourbon and cola. One is sure that for most of you a trip to the fridge will show this Mully-miracle is indeed widespread.

Can we look forward to Canberra becoming a Mecca for the Cult of Mully?

Will car thieves travel from around to world to:

    –pay homage at the scene of Mully’s spectacular departure from this world?
    — Marvel at his empty tomb?
    — Be inspired by the devotional art at the Woden Bus Interchange?
    — Avail themselves of our merciful judiciary by indulging in a high speed car chase?

Has the Great Prophet Mully ushered in a golden age for Canberra?

What other activities can we Canberrans encourage to cash in reveal the gospel of Justin Mully Williams?


What’s Your opinion?


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cleo 11:39 pm 11 May 10

Wonderfulworld 38#

+ 1

neanderthalsis 8:31 am 19 Apr 10

I find it amusing that “mully” has been memorialised by some Woodstock Bourbon & cola cans under a tree and graffiti on the door of a public toilet, which according to some, is a gay beat. I also love that his fan page on facebook has 12 friends while those that are glad Darwinian intervention occurred number 187.

I love mully and his kind. They give me a warm glow of superiority and quite a few chuckles.

canberrareaper 1:32 am 19 Apr 10

“Fletcher Caldwell R.I.P MULLY 4 EVA LOVED SNUCK & TWEEK
March 31 at 9:22am · Comment · LikeUnlike · View Feedback (6)Hide Feedback (6) · Report
MizzDanika Maree Austin likes this.”

If your name is “SNUCK” would you put it on FACEBOOK…..

Pommy bastard 12:46 pm 10 Apr 10

fgzk said :

How childish Pommy. He did it more…..first. Really I’m sure you can find a better excuse for your appalling behaviour.

Disregarding the illiteracy of that post, I fail to see how noting Mully’s offensiveness her on this board can be considered in any way as bad as being a career criminal, parasite, child killer and loser. Maybe on your planet that is seen to be so, but, here on earth we tend to think differently.

How does that make you any different? How far are you from Mully, on the scale of offensive?

Mully was an offense to society, being a career criminal, parasite, child killer and loser. I am different by being a law abiding, contributor to society, a decent human being (some may object to this view,) you have offered nothing to counter that.

Not that far in print.

Compassion trolling, it’s all the rage.

gospeedygo 10:03 am 10 Apr 10

WonderfulWorld said :

wurds

Well there you go. You just participated in the purveying of opinion relate to something in/about Canberra. Thats the point. Some people found this thread in bad taste and others found it funny. It has created discussion. There you are sir. This is it.

Hells_Bells74 9:14 am 10 Apr 10

I think people just live in hope that the dead get to read RA.

p1 12:49 am 10 Apr 10

My Question to RA regulars: Do you have any feelings? Is this just a debate site? Do you think before you respond?

[1] Yes;
[2] Not just, but it is one of the things I value it for;
[3] Sometimes yes, other times no. Occasionally, in retrospect, I feel bad about something I post, but I would say this regret is no more or less then what I would experience about comments I make in person to people.

I first came to this site when it was brought to my attention when an individual who had made accusations about me started a thread to try and garner support for [his/her] cause. The regulars at the time treated both sides with their usual tough scrutiny and lack of compassion, yet several years later here I am. Cycle of life I guess.

WonderfulWorld 9:25 pm 09 Apr 10

Always interesting to read RA: Johnboy seems to start a lot of blogs that receive 5*s why is that?
Moving on, People have died through tragic but connected circumstances. Knowing who they are and how they are connected is very interesting but irrelevant to any argument; it can not possibly have been an intentional decision that placed at the Oppelaar/Ford families in Mr Williams’s path. Rather a bizarre coincidence. I do understand and appreciate that RA is a place for debate, personal opinion and in most cases it is. This in my opinion has crossed the line.

My Question to RA regulars: Do you have any feelings? Is this just a debate site? Do you think before you respond?

From what I have read, there are regular bloggers who sympathise with last years Richardson crash and say how sad it is, no comments on who, why or investigation into deeper links, whereas this incident where they question every move.

I may be in the wrong and I’m always open to opinion if I have misunderstood.

In 2006 I started reading RA when one of my closest work colleagues was murdered. I found it after searching for information on the death. I have not been a regular participant in debates but have read it regularly since that time. Most of the time I find it very valuable information and the intent of blogs quite sincere and reasonable, from both sides of each story.

Grateful if somebody would remind me what this site is for. Debates, yes and I think it great, but slandering people, especially when they have passed?

Wraith 9:11 pm 09 Apr 10

sloppery said :

Clown Killer said :

Its more important to the community that we get a fuller understanding of why a post like the one above gets written and printed

Aside from my own surprise that my post made it past the mods. Which aspect of “Mully’s” life – thief, delinquent father, lousy driver, killer and cock sucker would you like to defend as valid and useful contribution to society?

Cock sucker, it would seem…

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

My Sides hurt………..seriously.

p1 1:56 pm 09 Apr 10

Sadly, it appears that Snuck’s writing isn’t as neat when don’t from above.

It occurs to me that this message could be quite cryptic to someone unfamiliar with the story.

stonedwookie 1:14 pm 09 Apr 10

funny post pbo saw anothere on the back of action bus seat the other day but it was 2 dark to get a picture

PBO 11:16 am 09 Apr 10

fgzk, do you wear a cape and your underpants on the outside? I can see that you are trying to do good here but failing.

zig 7:42 am 09 Apr 10

haha it’s a rather fitting memorial for such a piece of shit of society as Mully was.

The dumbass that did the spraywork is probably too stupid to see how funny it is.

gospeedygo 8:03 pm 08 Apr 10

I’m still waiting for the posthumos rap album.

georgesgenitals 8:00 pm 08 Apr 10

fgzk said :

How childish Pommy. He did it more…..first. Really I’m sure you can find a better excuse for your appalling behaviour.

How does that make you any different? How far are you from Mully, on the scale of offensive?

Not that far in print.

We all understand that you don’t like some of the posts here. Fine. But do you have to keep whinging about it?

Thoroughly Smashed 6:27 pm 08 Apr 10

fgzk said :

How far are you from Mully, on the scale of offensive?

Not that far in print.

Comparing someone’s conduct on the internet to theft and vehicular manslaughter just makes you look silly.

fgzk 5:11 pm 08 Apr 10

How childish Pommy. He did it more…..first. Really I’m sure you can find a better excuse for your appalling behaviour.

How does that make you any different? How far are you from Mully, on the scale of offensive?

Not that far in print.

Thoroughly Smashed 4:54 pm 08 Apr 10

PBO said :

I will toot my horn in support when i see the pink Torana drive past.

2004 Holden Torana TT36 Concept

Jim Jones 4:34 pm 08 Apr 10

Nice to know the forum is frequented by such a pious group of people.

indigoid 4:31 pm 08 Apr 10

I saw an immaculate pink Torana coupe on my way to work yesterday. It had clearly had a LOT of time and love put into the restoration. I gave the driver a thumbs-up as I rode past and got a huge smile in response. Not my favourite colour, IMHO, but still a very tidy car

+over9000 re: appropriateness of RIP message in Woden toilets. Is it a poor reflection on me when I instantly recognised exactly which public loo in Woden was in the picture?

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