Monday 20th of November 2017

rome is on fire... bernardi plays the fiddle like nero... they laugh...

nero

NERO NEVER FIDDLED while Rome burned.

It is a popular myth, but it’s simply not true — there were no fiddles back in Roman times.

Nero is, however, reported to have sung a song about the sacking of Troy while watching as 70 per cent of Rome was swallowed by flames in a single blistering gulp.

xenophon betrays voters again, for a pack of gnomes beyond the black stump on the other side of bourke...

mal and x promote rupe...

Australia's media industry looks set for a major shake-up, after the Federal Government finally struck a deal to pass a suite of changes.

the "socialists" dictators of the turdy-turnbull COALition hate the concept of renewables...

AGL plan for Liddell...

The coal munchers of the rabid CONservatives pseudo-Liberal are betraying their beliefs of "free-market" as they hate "renewable" energy sources taking over the supply of electricity in Australia from their mates, the Coal Merchants. AGL is thus under the gun... Here Mr Leonisky, of the engineering firm WindSun & Sons, gives the schematic plans for the upgrade of the Liddell Power station by 2022, free of charge.

it didn't happen, did it?

that sinking feeling...that sinking feeling...

"almost hundred per cent true"...

jihadi's privates...

A military and diplomatic source told Sputnik that the US Air Force had evacuated more than 20 Daesh field commanders from the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor. The US-led coalition denied the claims.

mission impossible...

mission impossible

“Your mission today is to destroy the enemies of democracy. This recording will self-destruct in two seconds”. Poof... 

global warming is far more severe than "planned" by our soft response to it...

irma

The New York Times tells us that we "We need to stay within our carbon budget."

It's a false premise.


To prevent the worst effects of global warming, we have to keep temperatures from increasing by more than 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2.0 degrees Celsius) above the preindustrial level — the upper limit agreed to in the 2015 Paris climate accord.

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