Archive for the tag "merit"
reat news from the USA! Atheism is on the rise. But never mind. Ruthless biblethumpers can still make their millions for a while.
Posted: 3 October, 2009 in Australian Values, Life, Religion.
Tags: agnostic, America, atheism, atheist, Australian religion, Australian religious values, Australian Values, baptist, Catholic, civilisation, civilization, ethics, Europe, Fox, Fox News, merit, morals, organised religion, organized religion, protestant, Religion, religious values, USA, values, worth
Stark as it may seem, we fear that the nadir Western Civilisation may reach the northern hemisphere well before it comes down under. You think that’s a nadir? Now that’s a nadir! We have so much lower in Australia that we can go.
Posted: 28 September, 2009 in Art, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, environment, History, Life, Literature, Media, politics and government, Racism, Science, US Politics.
Tags: A Current Affair, Barnaby Joyce, Bush, Children Overboard, Chris Pyne, civilisation, civilization, climate change, cultural values, football, George Bush, global warming, Helen Coonan, Isaac Newton, John Howard, Lascaux, merit, Mozart, nadir, Newton, Nine Network, Onion News, Onion News Network, Pauline Hanson, political standards, political values, president, President Bush, Rugby League, Seven Network, standards, Tampa, The Onion, Today Tonight, Tony Abbott, value, values, western, western civilisation, worth
…college howlers collected over many years by a History Professor. Here are a few excerpts that had us falling off our throne (for you young things, ROFLMAO)
Posted: 13 September, 2009 in comedy/humour, Education, History, politics and government, Religion.
Tags: Black Death, Catholic, Church, college, comedy, Education, educational values, England, Ethiopia, France, Germany, historical values, History, history values, Hitler, howlers, humor, humour, Italy, Lenin, Lloyd George, Luther, mediaeval, medieval, merit, middle ages, Mussolini, peace, Poland, political values, Pope, right, Russia, school, screamers, standards, university, values, Versailles, violence, war, World War I, World War II, worth, wrong
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
It’s no surprise that corporations buy politicians to “balance” the democratic process. Clearly it’s effective, o2 the lobbying industry wouldn’t be so huge.
Posted: 4 August, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, Medicine, politics and government, US Politics.
Tags: Australian Politics, democracy, ethics, favour buying, health care, Keith Olbermann, lobby, lobbying, lobbyists, merit, MSNBC, Olbermann, political prostitution, political values, politicians, politics, PR, principles, prostitute, prostitution, US Politics, values, vote buying, whore
… 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