I have little to add to these quoted comments below from Paul Norton’s Anzac Day post at LP, which focuses on the militaristic myth side of Anzac Day. As usual, there are some illiterates objecting to the use of the word “myth” as if the word means “untrue in its entirety”. The usage of “myth” when discussing recent history always, of course, nearly always refers to the meanings 2b and 2c below:
Month: April 2009
This one is just so elegantly composed. North America got a very pretty show this week from the Moon and Venus.
WA Today: Prostitutes likened to AFL draftees in trial A barrister acting for a man accused of bringing five Thai women to Melbourne as sex slaves has compared their plight to an AFL footballer being drafted to another club. […]… Read More ›
I know you’re wondering why I haven’t done a referrer-logs search terms post lately. Here you go! Random searches bringing folks to Hoyden About Town: college rape statistics breast ptosis study redundant breast tissue thesis greenwashing toys i hated as… Read More ›
The Sydney Comedy Festival starts soon and runs for 3 weeks (27th April – 17th May). I’m thinking that I’d like to have a weekly group outing to catch 2 shows in a night and have some food/drink/chat before/between/afterwards. My… Read More ›