(who definitely knew how to explete) for on Wikipedia’s list of fictional expletives, at least 5 are credited to the character Stingray Timmins, of Neighbours. He may possibly be responsible for more, (my eyes started to water), but I rather… Read More ›
Month: June 2006
So, for the moment, the ACT’s civil unions legislation lies in tatters on the Federal Parliament floor. The conflict between socially conservative ideals about marriage and politically conservative ideals about states’ rights* to self-government led to such a tight vote… Read More ›
I’ve never seen a fisk this neat before. Hat-tip to Crikey’s Blogwatch.
As in dummy fronting for a corporation rorting the ex-servicemen land grants in New Guinea after WW1, that is. The full story is in The Age. Two corporations, W.R. Carpenter and Burns Philp, are well documented as having given ex-servicemen… Read More ›