Sunday 22nd of April 2018

yosemite mal...

 

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Aid groups have criticised the Federal Government's plan to dramatically ramp up defence exports, accusing the Coalition of contributing to a global arms race.

well said...

the thought of the day...

Henry Ergas is not all stupid... From time to time despite his entrenched erroneous opinions he will profess an amazing insight...

See also: http://www.yourdemocracy.net.au/drupal/node/27358

 

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joe and tony's car crash with no air bags, only hypocrisy...

 

 

happy days...

happy days

This illustration by L. Sabatier, the Café de la Paix in Wartime, 1917, was reproduced in L'Illustration magazine, January 26, 1918. As we celebrate Australia Day/Invasion Day on the 26 of January in Australia's whitey history, we should think of all the traumas of this species called Homo sapiens — a species that really does not sapiens (think) enough and fights worse than any other species on this little planet — and ponder.

The shit-pumping philosopher explains why shit-pumping is important...

philosophing

THIS week the great majority of Australians, including those who identify as Aboriginal, will celebrate the end of the Stone Age on this continent.

on "white trash" ...

on "white trash" ...

Donald Trump’s presidency feels both unprecedented and oddly familiar

bernardi at work...

at work...

Men At Work frontman Colin Hay has slammed South Australian senator Cory Bernardi's attempt to start his own Hottest 100 playlist.

the russians did (not do) it...

dolls Speaking to Radio Sputnik about his explosive, detailed and documented but broadly overlooked investigation into how US intelligence agencies, not Russia, were the ones trying to meddle in the 2016 US presidential race, retired CIA officer-turned political activist Ray McGovern outlined why changi

fired up, furied and fudged folly, flabbergasted, flumped, flooshed, frumped and fiddle fit with good teef...

testing test

White House doctor Ronny Jackson says he's got "absolutely no concerns" about Donald Trump's cognitive ability.

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