Friday 27th of November 2020

Gus Leonisky's blog

more intelligent than me and my computer — and trump....

crown casino, sydney...

Humans have tended to believe that we are the only species to possess certain traits, behaviors, or abilities, especially with regard to cognition.

 

world leaders have a chance to make a difference...

sir david

Sir David Attenborough has called on world leaders to do more to protect nature.

of conspiracies, false flags, emissions, deceit and bringing out our dead...

VW   In 2013, a small team of engineering students in West Virginia helped expose Volkswagen’s decade-long conspiracy to lie about its diesel cars’ emissions.

a fish without a bicycle...

A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle. Did the slogan that adorned many of the doors and walls of women's liberationists in the 1970s imply anything about women and politics? Women in Parliament are not women without men, they are women surrounded by them. But in making their way through the congestion of legislation, policy, scrutiny, representation, electioneering and leadership, are women as unnatural and unlikely as fishes on bicycles? Do a few fishes on bicycles change our perception of fish?

“histauree unt kultur — so eempurtunt.”

cannon
Try to say this with a mouth pouting like the arse-end of a chook laying an egg…

bad boys will be bad boys... amateurs versus professionals...

politics

After many years at the head of the Anglican north shore school Shore, the principal is about to retire. Yet it seems that as good as the education has been, he was unable to stamp out the “bad boys” out the flock. 

seeing the future from the cross. amen..

jesus

Directed energy weapons are finally set to play a serious role on the battlefield.

more than potatoes, patatas and kartoffel...

kartoffelkeller

From Mexico to France and Vietnam, many countries around the world have made a name for their unique cuisines, becoming globally renowned for their exquisite Michelin star restaurants or pop-up street food stands.

carbon copy, on the wrong side of history...

morron

“On Thursday, March 26, Morrison summoned a handful of senior journalists, one from each mainstream outlet, to meet him in the cabinet room where he would speak frankly about the state of play. He would do this on a handful of occasions during the coming weeks. John Curtin, Labor prime minister from 1941 to 1945, did the same thing during World War II.”


So wrote Rob Harris, the National Affairs Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on June 10.


the beginning of a new reality: teaching others the lessons we never learnt...

churchill  The US has made Russia an offer it hopes she won’t refuse: accept a new arms control deal including no limits on NATO weapons in Europe, or deal with a modernized American nuclear arsenal on its doorstep.

the end of reality?...

bill leak�s

We have got rid of the real world: what world is left?  The apparent world perhaps? … But no!  Along with the real world we’ve done away with the apparent world as well.

 

of science and pornography...

waterloo

Asking questions is fraught with getting answers.

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