Movie: ice and snow everywhere. Two men in front of bookshelves, one throwing all the books out. Second man objects – “these aren’t just books, they’re art!” First man (striking stoic squarejawed three-quarter turned pose) – “no they’re not, they’re… Read More ›
Month: July 2008
Runners Up: Iz Mouse Gone? Karate cat split entire tree in halves I’m likely to be blogquiet a little while longer – just a fair bit of real life going on (nothing particularly bad or amazing, just life stuff).
We said it would. Despite a cheery press release from Communications Minister Stephen Conroy that all is going well, an analysis of the actual test results shows that the tested filters slow connection speeds significantly (which means ISPs would have… Read More ›
What the Foxtrot do others do to cope with the horrendous discombobulation of having a bingo word in Scrabulous but nowhere to put it down?
This post is from regular Guest Hoyden baroquestar. Baroquestar is a 28 year old singer who has just completed (CONGRATULATIONS!) her Masters degree in museum geekery. She likes to make trouble in her spare time. ~~~ I will admit, I’ve… Read More ›
Andrew Bartlett: Mandatory detention (sort of) scrapped It is wonderful to see the news that the federal government plans to finally scrap mandatory indefinite immigration detention and adopt the common sense (and much cheaper) approach that people should not be… Read More ›
Never mind that he wasn’t even born, add her to the many victims on the Obama Death List, which miraculously includes the name of a man who was also apparently part of the Clinton Body Count 10 years earlier. (That… Read More ›