Wednesday 21st of August 2019

Gus Leonisky's blog

brexit bozo will blame Brussels if a new price on yellow haircut cannot be reached...

bozo's sky

Boris Johnson will be the UK’s next Prime Minister. While most of the chatter has been around what that means for Brexit, rather less attention has been paid to what it means for that other great global challenge — climate change.

it's the self-made can-do man...

boriss

Boris Johnson has been elected new Conservative leader in a ballot of party members and will become the next UK prime minister.

here comes the mad men from london and europa...

mad boris

Brussels is preparing to offer Boris Johnson a no-deal Brexit extension beyond 31 October in an attempt to help him keep the Conservative party together and provide one more chance to strike an agreement deal.

nothing to fear with racism...

fear

It has been a long and turbulent week in American politics, marked by an array of mutual accusations and controversial calls, with its climax being an apparent hoax claiming that Somali-American Congresswoman Omar had married her sibling.

astronauts should check the meaninglessness of their lives before setting up into a space rocket...

the meaning of life....

He went on to claim that many of the astronauts involved in those early days of space walks and Moon visits embraced spirituality or religion. Some had existential crises and struggled to understand the meaning of their lives.

a sparrow fart in the hand is worth two in the bush...

sparrows

The dwindling number of sparrows seen in Australian backyards — and around the world — is considered by some to be one of the great natural mysteries of recent times.

a sunday picnic launched on saturday...

Spektr

One of the most significant Russian space science missions in the post-Soviet era has launched from Baikonur.

The Spektr-RG telescope is a joint venture with Germany that will map X-rays across the entire sky in unprecedented detail.

stop substandard buildings from going up... or down...

shoddy...

Harry Triguboff's Meriton wants immediate reforms to the construction industry in NSW to stop substandard buildings from going up, as a growing number of experts argue the government should issue low-interest loans to apartment owners battling defects.

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