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In case the younger readers think otherwise – no, I do NOT mean the fairy vampires. Normal transmission will resume shortly. Do not adjust your screen.
You probably haven’t heard about the Bosnian girl who was filmed throwing puppies into a river recently. Or maybe you have – the video went viral, and was picked up by the mainstream media, to the usual accompaniment of tabloidesque … Continue reading
Greens are economic vandals
While watching the World Cup, and pondering the phenomenon of ‘diving’, I came to the realisation that soccer, among other sports*, has contradictory imperatives embedded in its rules. Theoretically, soccer is a non-contact sport. However it involves a contest for … Continue reading
First uni put a big dent in my reading-for-pleasure time, and currently the exam period is keeping me from posting much, so I thought I’d show you what I’ve been saving up for the break. A couple I’ve been meaning … Continue reading
This is a very good development. I hope it presages a seachange in Australia’s attitude towards the incredibly useful (and yet maligned) cannabis plant.
If you’re reading this post, it’s because I’m not dead. It also means I have survived organising a wedding, getting married, and a mini-honeymoon, during which I could not blog. You know the saying, “if you want something done, give … Continue reading
All three of you, that is. Sorry for having not posted anything recently. I couldn’t concentrate long enough to write because I’ve been worrying about not getting a university offer. Thankfully, I have finally been accepted into UNSW to do … Continue reading
I idly checked the spam filter today, and saw a comment by Mark Hill from 10 days ago stuck in there (and 1,489 ads for meds). Sorry Mark! I have now un-spammed your comment on the Cuban thread, and it … Continue reading