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 is i am not a racist the new i am not a crook
is `i am not a racist` the new `i am not a crook`?

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preferences to decide seat of kalgoorlie

The Kalgoorlie seat is too close to call, with Nationals Tony Crook, Labor's Darren Forster and Liberals' Kyran O'Donnell neck and neck in the race for the Goldfields.Speaking to WAtoday this morning, Crook said all three opponents were close on primary votes and the winner would be decided on preferences.
Nationals candidate Tony Crook hopes preferences won't trip him up. Photo: Supplied"All of the tickets were preferences against me, so I am hoping people haven't followed their cards. One booth in particular I got a really strong preference flow, but not a lot of votes, which is the problem," he said."I think there are three pretty credible candidates. Darren Forster has run a pretty good campaign, the Liberal candidate has run a good campaign and we have run a pretty good campaign as

trump tax returns: rachel maddow recalls richard nixon

In the introduction to a headline-making episode Tuesday of her MSNBC show in which she revealed the contents of one of Donald Trump's old tax returns, Rachel Maddow had cause to remind audiences of a particular presidential one-liner from American history: the moment in November of 1973 when President Richard Nixon told the American people, "I am not a crook."Though Nixon was already embroiled in the Watergate scandal that would lead to his downfall and the line was widely interpreted as a reflection of that situation — the break-in that started everything took place in 1972, and Nixon had been questioned about that too — the line came in response to something else. At an editors' conference, a journalist named Joseph Ungaro asked whether the President's taxes had been accurately reported

the least racist people we’ve ever interviewed

Writers of The Atlantic reflect on President Donald Trump’s claim that he isthe least racist” subject.

crocodile feeding frenzy at whale carcass in remote wa

Helicopter pilot John French was flying along the remote Montgomery Reef in WA's Kimberley region when he spotted something very large and very dark on a wide patch of sand exposed by slack tide.After taking the chopper in for a closer look, he saw the big lump was a dead whale that had become beached and a single saltwater crocodile approaching the carcass ready for an enormous meal.
The crocodiles are utterly dwarfed by the whale carcass they're feasting on. Photo: John French"He [Mr French] flew right close to have a look and the smell was just atrocious," Adrian Crook, Director of Kas Helicopters and Mr French's employer, said.Mr Crook returned with Mr French in the chopper the next day to have another look, this time with a tour group on board, and the scene made for incredible view

runners stream through brisbane for brisbane times city2south

A rainbow of runners flooded Brisbane on Sunday morning, as thumping music and the pledge to raise money for charity saw more than 5000 runners stream through the city.The Brisbane Times City2South presented by Westpac took over CBD streets once again, with finishers gathering at Musgrave Park in South Bank to enjoy the post-run festivities under glorious sunshine and clear blue skies.
City2South first home for men was Daryl Crook and for women, Cassandra Fien Photo: Toby CrockfordParticipants and supporters created quite the spectacle, with an assortment of brightly-coloured clothing and headbands on display.
City2South first home for men was Daryl Crook and for women, Cassandra Fien Photo: Toby CrockfordThere was a visible police presence along with a 20-second silence in memory of S

jethmalani to kejriwal: you used worse abuses than 'crook' for arun jaitley

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sympathy for the con man

Confidence tricks have enjoyed a special place in American culture since the 1840s. But three TV shows suggest the image of the likable crook may be evolving.

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

a large recycled wood mural was installed on the side of this building in belgiu

April 13, 2017Artist Stefaan De Crook (also known as Strook), has created a large recycled wood mural on the side of a building in Ostend, a coastal city in Belgium.After spending a month searching for discarded wood to use for his mural, which was found from local beach houses, studios, homes, schools, and even a boat that had flipped, he started to piece them together to form a 29 foot (9m) tall mural, his largest to date.Assisted by his father who is 70 years old, Stefaan never paints the wood that he finds. Instead, the wood is left as it was found, with the old patinas creating a unique end result.Stefaan mentions “it’s like a footprint of time because every piece has its own story and comes together in a new composition with then forms yet another story. The pieces of wood are silent

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