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Ranting because it’s Xmas and people should be nice to each other, apparently. My gift to you – where to get the cheapest domains, plus Merry Xmas or whatever.
Posted: 24 December, 2010 in Australian Values, Blogging, Culture, fun, Internet, Life, Media, Religion, values.
Tags: Australian Values, boxing day, boxing day test, chrstmas, crazydomains, cricket, cultural values, domain, domain name, domain name price, domain name prices, domain name pricing, domain name renewal, domain price, domain renewal, domain renewal group, domains, Festival of Sol Invictus, Festivus, Flying Spaghetti Monster, i really like chrstmas, Internet, melbourneit, mithras, ramen, religious values, Saturnalia, scam, Sol Invictus, Tim Minchin, values, White Wine in the Sun
With enormous respect to the genius who created the original, here is a joke for the sophisticated (i.e. the middle classes) and Sir Roger’s inelegant mash-ups
Posted: 23 November, 2010 in Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, Economics, fun, Iran, Sport, values.
Tags: 20-20, anarchy, arms, ashes, australia, Australian sporting values, Australian Values, cartoon, comedy, cricket, cultural stereotypes, Economics, Eire, financial crisis, global conflict, humor, humour, IMF, Iran, Ireland, Oz, politics, sporting values, tea, values, weapons
How exciting is it! The fourth anniversary (of the famous Strayan Cultural Respect Seminar first held at Cronulla Beach, a famous sewer near Sydney! Oi! Oi! Oi!
Posted: 25 January, 2010 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, Immigration, politics and government, Racism, Religion, values.
Tags: Aussie values, australia, Australia Day, Australian Citizenship, Australian Values, barbecue, Barry Humphreys, BBQ, Boob, Bradman, Brighton le Sands, Cathy Freeman, citizenship, cricket, Cronulla, Culture, Dean Jones, great aussie bloke, jingo day, jingoism, lamington, patriotism, pavlova, pom, pommie, skinhead, Straya, values, vegemite
Happy Christmas, or Xmas, or Saturnalia, or Mithraismas, or Festival of Sol Invictus, or whatever dodgy god-bothering suits your fancy…
Posted: 24 December, 2009 in Australian Values, Blogging, comedy/humour, Economics, Education, environment, History, Internet, Life, Media, Medicine, mystery, politics and government, Religion, Science, Sport, values, Video.
Tags: Australian religious values, Australian Values, boxing day, boxing day test, christmas, cricket, cultural values, Dan Gilbert, happiness, happy chrifsmas, Hermann Bondi, Life, life values, Martin Seligman, Mithraismas, noodle, pastafarian, pirate, pleasure, positive psychology, psychology, Religion, religious values, Saturnalia, Science, Sol Invictus, Spaghetti Monster, TED, TED talks, values