Archive for the tag "oil"
This is about the tightest argument against woo-woo one has seen.
Posted: 22 October, 2010 in comedy/humour, Culture, Economics, mystery, Religion, Science, values.
Tags: astrology, auras, capitalism, chiropractic, comedy, crystals, curses, dowsing, Economics, economy, energy, finance, GPS, health, hexes, homeopathy, humor, humour, Life, military, oil, prayer, profit, quantum, relativity, Science, semiconductor, space travel, tarot, xkcd
Unleaded petrol was $1.29/L last week. That was the price months ago when the dollar was worth much less. Shouldn’t it be more like 80 cents per litre now?
Posted: 17 October, 2010 in Australian Values, Economics, values.
Tags: Australian dollar, Australian economy, Australian Values, car, carbon economy, commodities, dollar, dollar value, Economics, economy, global economy, industrials, industry, oil, oil companies, parity, petrol, petrol price, pump price, transport, US dollar, value, values, world economy
Obama – The ‘Kick-Ass’ Song
Posted: 14 June, 2010 in Australian Values.
Tags: BP, British Petroleum, government, Gulf, humor, humour, kick-ass, leak, Matt Lauer, music, Obama, oil, oil spill, oilspill, political values, politics, rap, today, Today Show
President Obama in 180 degree personality reversal – intemperately seeks “Ass to Kick”. And he’s not looking for a mule. Jon Stewart’s Daily Show:
Posted: 13 June, 2010 in comedy/humour, Economics, politics and government, The Daily Show, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: Barack Obama, blame, blame shifting, BP, British Petroleum, cocaine, comedy, complex, complexity, complicated, culpability, Daily Show, financial crisis, florida, Gulf, Gulf of Mexico, health care, hookers, humor, humour, it's complicated, Jon Stewart, louisiana, mexico, mississippi, Obama, oil, oil companies, oil company, oil spill, political values, politics, presidency, president, President Obama, regulator, tar balls, texas, tourism, US Politics, values, Video, whores
Black oil spill humour from Clarke and Dawe on ABC-TV’s 7.30 Report
Posted: 7 June, 2010 in comedy/humour, Economics, environment, legal, Media, politics and government, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: 7.30 Report, BP, Clarke and Dawe, comedy, Gulf, humor, humour, John Clarke, oil, oil spill
James A. Fitzpatrick on Copenhagen in 1937 and “the manners and customs of a people who have contributed much to the stability and progress of the white race”
Posted: 11 January, 2010 in Australian Politics, Economics, environment, History, Life, movies, politics and government, Racism, Science, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: and so we say farewell, as the sun sinks slowly in the west, change, climate, Copenhagen, documentary, fraud, global politics, global warming, James A. Fitzpatrick, oil, oil industry, oil lobby, political correctness, politics, Racism, Science, science values, tobacco, tobacco industry, tobacco lobby, travel, Travel talks, Traveltalks, values, weather
The Guardian has a review of Sarah Palin’s “book”, Going Rogue, that is probably a more honest distillation of the spirit of the book than most other reviews
Posted: 5 January, 2010 in comedy/humour, Culture, History, Literature, politics and government, Religion, Science, Sex, US Politics, values.
Tags: AK47, Alaska, bridge to nowhere, Bristol, dinosaur, God, Going Rogue, Going Rouge, government, guns, John McCain, oil, Palin, Piper, political values, politics, Religion, religious values, Russia, Sarah Palin, Senator McCain, Todd, Track, Trig, values
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