Archive for February, 2009
….smoke and fucking mirrors horseshit when the twerp Rudd and the “no brain only parroted talking points” Gillard and Dingly-Dangly “don’t hurt me”….
“Food pron” reminds us of this classic scene …
sudoku puzzle that updates daily. You can do three in one day, at different difficulty levels.
Wonder what that feels like… For your consideration: Our work is helping to build the movement of awake, committed, engaged people, an invitation we extend to everyone.
Posted: 22 February, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Economics, Education, History, Internet, Life, politics and government, Science, US Politics, Video.
Sit back and enjoy another inspiring TED presentation with designer David Carson.
“Grampa/ma tell us again about the olden days when you were one of the great Web Warriors who saved the Internet!”
Posted: 20 February, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Computing, Internet, Media, politics and government.
Tags: Australian Values, Ustralian Values, values, Values Australia
Here are two brand new videos from the extraordinary Ted Talks that you just want to watch.
We were all hyped, elevated heart-rate and blood pressure, steeling ourselves for the confrontation, ready to let fly with our rant. That’s when we met Sam.
Adam Voges catches Brendan McCullum in tonight’s 20-20 which Australia won by just one run.
We particularly like the bit where he describes Jeremy Clarkson as “a man who would eat his own testicles rather than petition for an apology, even though he’d have to remove them from his own personal brain where they’ve been living for all these years”.
brilliantly savage satire on the “reactionary, sensationalist, misinformed, under researched, often xenophobic” anger-inciting intolerance of “news”papers such as, I don’t know, say, the UK’s Daily Mail and others of its kind.
The interviewees were trying to explain that recovery from the breadth and abyssal depth of the recession America has entered will require a complete reconstruction of the US financial system and the interviewers were asking for stock tips. If America can’t do better than that there will be no recovery.
Sir Roger is excited to have stumbled across this photograph of extraordinary contrasts from the earlier days of last century.