Archive for the tag "cost"
Roger Waters is touring The Wall from 15 Sept to 13 Dec 2010, through the US & Canada. You can apply for presale tickets for a better chance of getting tickets
Posted: 18 April, 2010 in Art, audio, Australian Values, Culture, Education, Internet, Life, music, politics and government, Religion, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: Andrew Lloyd Webber, another brick in the wall, Canada, cost, cultural values, God Almighty, Jesus Christ, lottery, miracle, music tour, music values, pink floyd, pop music, presale, rock music, roger waters, the wall, tickets, tickets on sale, tour, USA, value, values, we don't need no education, we don't need no thought control
It is now clear that Kevin Rudd is not leading a Labor Party. He is channeling a dead man while he is still alive. He is Howard’s Mini-Me, i-Suck, 2.0
Posted: 3 November, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, environment, History, Immigration, legal, politics and government.
Tags: asylum seekers, Australian Politics, Australian Values, boat people, cost, environment, environmental values, ethics, Garrett, government, Howard, howard 2.0, humanity, immigrants, Labor, Liberal, Martin Ferguson, migration, Montara, morals, oil, oil drilling, political values, politics, politics and government, principles, PTTEP, refugees, Rudd, standards, unlawful immigrants, values, West Atlas, worth
Who was responsible for approving the oil drilling contract? Who prepared, and who approved the EIS that the company would have been required to provide?
Posted: 19 October, 2009 in Australian Values.
Tags: accident, Australian government, Australian law, Australian legal values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, bureaucracy, contract law, cost, EIS, environment, environmental impact statement, Garrett, government, law, legal, legal values, oil, oil accident, oil exploration, oil slick, oil spill, Peter Garrett, petroleum exploration, politics, principles, PTTEP, standards, Thai company, Thai oil, Thai petroleum, Thailand, values, worth
GetUp! says the answer to the coal industry attempt at rebranding “clean coal” is to rebrand their rebranding. “The good news is we have just the ad to do it.”
Posted: 12 October, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Blogging, Economics, environment, Media, politics and government, Science, Video.
Tags: advertising, Australian coal associatoin, Australian Politics, Australian Values, branding, clean coal, climate change, coal, coal 2.0, coal industry, coal lobby, cost, emiisions, emissions trading scheme, energy lobby, environmental values, ETS, Get Up, GetUp, global warming, government, green, green coal, Greens, lobby, lobbyists, Media, new coal, new gen coal, political values, politics, pollution, renewable energy, values
Gillard is full of words, void of content. She is quite absent. The only clue to her is that excruciating pain, as if your corneas are being scraped off
Posted: 2 September, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, Education, Literature, Media, politics and government.
Tags: australia, Australian, Australian Politics, Australian Values, cost, debate, Defense, democracy, ethics, Gillard, government, hologram, Julia, Julia Gillard, merit, Minister for Defence, morals, political spin, political values, politics, PR, principles, spin, spin doctor, standards, Swan, talking points, Treasurer, value, values, Wayne, Wayne Swan, worth
Jon Stewart’s Daily Show welcomes back ‘the most interesting man in the world’, the Big Man, Bill Clinton, fresh from his Korean triumph. Fox doesn’t like it.
Posted: 7 August, 2009 in comedy/humour, History, Iran, Media, politics and government, The Daily Show, US Politics, Video.
Tags: Bill Clinton, Clinton, comedy, cost, cultural values, Daily Show, Fox, Fox News, global values, humor, humour, Iran, Iran Contra, Jon Stewart, journalists released, Korea, media values, merit, moral values, North Korea, Oliver North, Ollie North, political values, principles, values, Video
… the reason Economists, particularly economic forecasters, get the big bucks. What they don’t get paid for is for making accurate economic predictions.
Posted: 25 July, 2009 in Australian Politics, comedy/humour, Economics, politics and government.
Tags: access, Australian Values, cost, economic values, Economics, economist, forecasters, forecasting, fortune telling, gypsy, merit, meteorology, politics, principles, standards, travel, values, weather, worth
Joe Hockey responded to the announcement of ex-Senator, now Professor, Robert Hill’s appointment to some carbon thingy…climate change initiative… today by saying that he welcomed it (guy’s a Liberal, after all) but added that he didn’t know why Rudd wanted to pay him.
Posted: 21 July, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, politics and government, Science.
Tags: Australian economy, Australian Politics, Australian Values, carbon trading, climate change, cost, global warming, Joe Hockey, Kevin Rudd, politics, Robert Hill, value for money, values