Sunday, 16 October 2011
Monday, 12 September 2011
Saturday, 23 April 2011
"Abbott has been intent on both cultivating and surfing a psychology of disaffection in the community. If you keep viciously disputing the terms of the political discourse, then nothing is allowed to settle - like a chord progression that never resolves in harmony" - a fair description of Abbott's "power at any cost" mentality that has damaged good policy-making in Australia ...
Friday, 25 February 2011
Here is Neil Mitchell's response to Jones' rant about punctuality.
Thursday, 24 February 2011
The US drama is about a high school science teacher with cancer who turns to drug manufacturing to shore up his family's finances before his eventual demise.
It's a great show, but the automotive casting director must have been looking for ugly. Living in Australia, I'm not familiar with a lot of American cars as only a few are actually sold here. Until Breaking Bad, my ugliest car experience was the Ssangyong Stavic from a few years ago. The cars in Breaking Bad make the Stavic look almost pretty.
Walt's Pontiac Aztek is truly hideous, especially in that beige.
Now that it's ever more unlikely that the Independents would switch their support from Labor to the Coalition, Tony Abbott has called on popular revolt against the carbon tax to achieve his aim of becoming the Prime Minister.
I assume that the usual Liberal Party supporters in the media will join the chorus and pretty soon, every bogan from Blacktown to Broadmeadows will all of a sudden become climate experts declaring climate change to be crap.
Poor fella my country.