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Date:2012-10-04 07:58

2 and a bit weeks to go until we find out...

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Date:2012-10-04 00:04

My long post disappeared just as i was finishing it. iPads suck when they do that. I'm going to bed.

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Date:2012-10-01 07:13

Public Holiday Monday. But it's raining, so that's nice.

Finished watching Community Season 3 last night, so that's sad.

If you live local to me, i'm planning a Zombiepalooza Video Thingy around Halloween. Got a few zombie dvds i've been meaning to watch, so seems like a Good Excuse. Have a few more coming. They are all going to be Notable. Sadly, it doesn't look like "Cockneys vs Zombies" will be out by then, but otherwise there's a good mix of straight and zomcom. A fair proportion are foreign-language and subtitled. Should be fun.

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Date:2012-09-30 11:05
Subject:Status: Uncertain

Still looking for full-time work. Helping out at the Crypt (working on admin, book orders and dispatch, and a bit of ebook conversion work), still doing Tours. Have slowed my submersion.

Open to leads. Considering options.

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Date:2012-09-29 17:34
Subject:Back now.

Miss me?

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Date:2012-09-17 18:40
Subject:Harlem Roulette

The loneliest people in the whole wide world are the ones you're never going to see again.

Mountain Goats' Transcendental Youth is out September 28.

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Date:2012-07-19 21:56

Rituals. Funny how there's always Bundy and Coke in the house on July 19th.

I hate Bundy and Coke. Luckily, I always share it.

I can't recall seeing any photos of him from the last few years where his eyes weren't black.

Date:2012-06-24 15:59
Subject:Googly-eyed Garfield.

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Date:2012-06-11 15:27
Subject:Happy Birthday, Queen

So, what's everyone doing this weekend?

I'm enjoying the rain, wombling about sorting thing, rooting around on tha Intawebs. Popped over miladyred's place and said hello. Trying to set my machine up so I can get some proper stuff done. Stuffs.

How about you?

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Date:2012-05-28 19:35
Subject:In honor of the Miami Mush Muncher story

Magnetic Fields - Zombie Boy

Damn that story's sure doing the rounds...

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Date:2012-05-27 22:24

Saw this on elucid8's FB:

It put me in mind of this...


vids here and here.

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Date:2012-05-15 22:14
Subject:Scary Tree!!!

Just added a tree to my Eye Trees Gallery.

Scariest Tree In The World

Just did another LinkFrenzy. Another post here tomorrow. For now, I think I bed.

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Date:2012-05-07 15:17
Subject:Little-known facts, #78

If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has one front leg in the air, the person died as a result of wounds received in battle; if the horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle; and if the horse has four legs in the air, a horse fell on them from the sky.

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Date:2012-05-02 20:50
Subject:Media's double standards are clear

Via a friend's flocked post, a letter from The Age:

Media's double standards are clear

WHEN John Howard was prime minister, he haemorrhaged seven ministers in his first term alone with scandal after scandal. He had to rip up his promised ministerial code of conduct because he couldn't afford to lose any more. He also reneged on almost all his election pledges; he took us into one dubious war and one illegal one; he lied about asylum seekers throwing their children overboard to win an election; the list goes on. And yet the media didn't call for an election and nor did the opposition. The media instead judged him on the health of the economy.

Julia Gillard's government has had fewer ministerial scandals than any in living memory. Craig Thomson allegedly misused a union credit card before he was in Parliament, and Peter Slipper isn't even an ALP member. Neither has been charged with anything. But still there are almost daily calls for an election from the Opposition Leader and 70 per cent of the press.

The country survived the financial crisis better than any other country, and the IMF recently named our economy the best in the world. And yet, unlike under Mr Howard, these statistics are hardly mentioned. All we seem to read about is the incompetence of the government, constant opinion polls and calls for an early election.

Brett Elliott, Boondall, Queensland
Just a little reminder that the mainstream media is lying to you.

This is also worth a look:


As I said on BaseFork, "I don't think anyone need guess who Murdoch requires to be the next Australian PM."

Oh, and
Prominent Liberal says Gillard should be kicked to death
Liberal urges Australians to kick Julia Gillard to death - but the media don’t think this a story. David Donovan reports on Australia’s propagandistic press.

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Date:2012-04-25 21:11
Subject:ANZAC Day 2012

At the going down of the sun, and in the morning. Lest We Forget.

Nothing further to add, nor to retract. Perhaps next year.

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Date:2012-04-02 22:48
Subject:Magnetic Monday Music Micro Mix.

Sorry, I was busy linkfrenzying, so it's just the one tonight.

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Date:2012-03-31 08:41
Subject:Couple of defriendings

Have just dropped Twitch and Jag off my flist as neither has seen fit to let me know why they took me off their flists a while ago.

Ciao, guys. Take care.

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Date:2012-03-26 21:16
Subject:Magnetic Monday Music Mini Mix.

Clicky Clicky.Collapse )

Date:2012-03-26 17:46
Subject:1097. Hello, tree.

Damned stupid mynah birds have their nest next to the road. I just had to rescue a chick. I won't be here next time. And the parents may even ignore it now. :{(>

Date:2012-03-18 17:06
Subject:House of Reps marriage equality survey

This one should be shared far and wide: the House of Representatives has a very short, very simple survey about marriage equality, ie, should we have it? Word is that it's so far been spammed by naysayers, so it would be cool if that could be turned around. The survey is here: http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House_of_Representatives_Committees?url=spla/bill%20marriage/index.htm (snarfed from lizbee)

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