…but still astonished and appalled that Sam Stosur could make it to the French Open final but there was no news about it on the morning chat shows this morning. Granted we were only watching for about half an hour… Read More ›
Month: June 2010
The TWENTY-FIFTH Edition of the Down Under Feminists Carnival is out, and it’s a doozy!
Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. Is there anything great happening in your life? Anything you want to get off your chest? Reading a good book (or a bad one)? Anything in the news that you’d like to discuss? What have you created lately? Commiserations, felicitations, temptations, contemplations, speculations?
The new Mining Tax – we’ve heard it all before
Imagine a world in which you could be held by a government agency, against your will, for up to a month.
If you have a mental illness, that is now a real possibility.
Or, as I have immediately renamed it in my head, Semiotics of Soubrettes.
The study apparently says that many people with MS put off telling their bosses (and so receiving appropriate accommodations at work, which might help them to manage their MS) because they are afraid they will be discriminated against.
Dr Simmons says that fear is unfounded, because “only 15 per cent of people [left] their jobs because they were sacked”.
Rise, Sir Patrick Stewart. Farewell, Rue McLanahan. C’mon, Sam Stosur, c’mon.
And today’s Cheezburger theme is … “The course of true love never did run smooth.”
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Mobility News : Police apologise to woman after seizing mobility scooter: ” A disabled woman from Ayr in south-west Scotland has received an apology from the local constabulary after one officer wrongly seized her mobility scooter. Mia Spalvieri had asked… Read More ›