Archive for category Video
Just in case, you know, there is an American citizen somewhere in the world who has managed not yet to see this ad. One way or another it is what most Australians think and fear for the USA and ourselves
Today, just a day after the failure of industrial negotiations between itself and the Unions, and with people still furious only three weeks after CEO Joyce gave the finger to its entire customer base, the Prime Minister and Australia generally, the Qantas social media uber-geniuses began a twitter campaign with the hashtag #qantasluxury, asking […]
Posted: 22 November, 2011 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Computing, Economics, Internet, politics and government, values, Video.
Tags: Australian Politics, Australian Values, aviation, comedy, downfall, grounding, hashtag, Hitler, humor, humour, industrial relations, Joyce, lockout, politics, Qantas, qantasluxury, strike, tweet, twitter, unions, values
How far is this from the truth about the Catholic Church? Especially the last line?
Posted: 4 July, 2011 in comedy/humour, Culture, Life, Religion, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: bible, catholic church, child molesting, Church, God, paedophile, paedophile priest, pedophile, pedophile priest, Pope, purity, Religion, religious values, Sex, truth, values, vatican
Louis CK on being white. Sir Roger nearly choked on his Château Barréjat, spat out the truffle-marinated baby’s nipples…before realising it was shockingly true.
Posted: 3 July, 2011 in Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, fun, History, Immigration, Life, Racism, values, Video.
Tags: being white, caucasian, chateau barrejat, color, colour, comedy, cultural values, humor, humour, Louis CK, privilege, race, shameless, time travel, values, Video, white, white man, white people, wine
Should we take the coal industry’s advice and abandon renewable energy immediately? It seems far too dangerous. In The Know: Coal Lobby Warns Wind Farms May Blow Earth Off Orbit
Posted: 29 June, 2011 in comedy/humour, environment, Nature, Science, Technology, Video.
Tags: climate change, coal lobby, comedy, dangers of renewable energy, Earth, environment, global warming, humor, humour, Onion, Onion News, Onion News Network, renewable energy, Science, solar energy, solar power, technology, The Onion, Video, wind farms
The whole world, most of the Milky Way galaxy and much of the rest of the observable universe, is in deep mourning following the untimely death at 85 of the world’s first really truly true living god and actual – no, honest – miracle doer. The man was apparently a barber, (Hindi baba) although […]
On this Anzac Day 2011: If there is one thing that can be said of war it is that it is a massive betrayal of Humanity. It is a monstrous failure of human imagination, vision, ingenuity and intelligence. It is an unconscionably, and intentionally, blind refusal to allow any other possibility. It is a […]
Posted: 25 April, 2011 in audio, Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, History, Iraq, Life, Literature, politics and government, Racism, Religion, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: anzac day 2011, gouged these chasms round their fretted sockets
Sir Roger is really upset. He went on Skype today but there was no live sex waiting for him. Nothing from the Australian Defence Force Academy. No soldiers at all, actually. But surely everyone knows the rules, as the brass are now saying. If someone agrees to have sex privately they are also agreeing to […]
Posted: 17 April, 2011 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Education, Internet, legal, Life, Media, politics and government, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: live skype sex, skype sex, skype sex session
Play loud! I might like you better If we slept together I might like you better If we slept together I might like you better If we slept together But there’s somethin In your eyes that says Maybe That’s never Never say never
… while you’re having sex with him: How To Get A Guy To Notice You While You’re Having Sex With Him
Jesus is the light of the world. Oh, jesus!
Elizabeth Taylor. Ah. Sad. But a larger and more explosive and varied and glamorous legacy is rarely made. Sir Roger’s favourite Elizabeth Taylor movie is Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Perhaps it reminds him of his own torrid, if mercifully brief and nevertheless highly productive, union. Vale, and thank you, Elizabeth Taylor.
Posted: 24 March, 2011 in Culture, Life, Literature, Media, movies, values, Video.
Tags: AIDS, butterfield 8, cat on a hot tin roof, cinema, cleopatra, cultural values, Culture, elizabeth taylor, hollywood, hollywood star, movies, richards burton, sex symbol, star, virginia woolf, Who's afraid of virginia woolf
Sir Roger tells me he really didn’t want to have to write anything today. He has a new pair of Wellington boots and they are chafing his heels. He just wants to put his feet up and go to that nothing box men go to where women are not allowed. Perhaps this will help you […]
Posted: 21 March, 2011 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Computing, Culture, Internet, Language, Life, Media, politics and government, Science, Sex, Technology, values, Video.
Tags: australia, Australian political values, Australian Values, birth of a word, brain, brains, connection, cultural values, Deb Roy, democracy, election, government, idiots, Labor, Labour, Language, learning, Liberal, mars, men, men's, mens brains, MIT, networking, NSW, NSW election, nsw election ads, NSW politics, O'Farrell, political values, politicians, politicians are idiots, politics, slime, social media, social network, technological values, technology, TED, values, venus, women, women's, womens brains
Being wrong is hard for most of us to take. I watch men in their cars with women, fiercely laying down with utter conviction the way the world really works. Of course I don’t actually know what they’re talking about but like them I think I’m definitely right. Neverthless I always smile knowingly in my […]
Posted: 19 March, 2011 in Australian Values, Culture, Education, Iraq, Language, Life, Literature, love, mystery, Nature, politics and government, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: being wrong, cultural value, Culture, Hiroshima, Kathryn Schulz, Life, poet, poetry, Point B, Sarah Kay, spoken word, spoken word poet, TED, values, voice, wonder, wrong, wrongology, youth
Casey Heynes – hero or villain? The story goes that Casey Heynes, a pupil at a secondary school in Western Sydney [NOT Mt Druitt, but perhaps nearby], was bullied for months (in some reports his entire life) by these kids and in all that time he just took it but this last time it was […]
Posted: 15 March, 2011 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Education, Internet, Language, legal, Life, Media, politics and government, values, Video.
Tags: anti-bullying, asey heynes, australian education, australian education values, Australian Values, bullies, bully, bullying, casey, Casey Heynes, casey heynes' school, duty of care, Education, education department, education system, hero, Heynes, http://valuesaustralia.com/blog/casey-heynes/, pile driver, pupil, pwned, safety, school, school culture, school principal, St Marys, student, student safety, teachers, values, victim, villain, weasel words