It’s been a while since I delved into the more nebulous parts of the blog admin’s world. Let’s start by opening the door to cavernous world of mystery that is the blog’s Spam folder. What gems lie therein?
I used to be suggested this web site via my cousin. I’m not positive whether or not . . . → Read More: Spam on Saturday
Can something really be unseen…?
So, I was reading an article about Lance Armstrong (but don’t worry, that’s not what this post is about – no matter how much he might like us to unsee things!) which mentioned how people had been posting unfavourable reviews on Amazon, and that Manly library were going to move . . . → Read More: Reaching for the mental bleach
Rumour has it that the next generation of Apple’s iPhone, the iPhone 5 (or “The New iPhone” if the iPad naming convention sticks) will have a different connector on it.
Firstly, we’re talking about a rumour leaked from a supplier, which may or may not be true – Apple themselves never comment on such things . . . → Read More: You know where you can stick that…
Most lunch times these days I am busy applying for jobs while living the width of our great land away from said jobs. I ring temp agencies, employment agencies and potential employers and try to get someone to tell me that they will take me on the first Monday after I land in NSW. It . . . → Read More: Kim Kardashian has 20 shampoos, and other important information
Something of an experiment here, so let’s see how it goes. Today, we have a topic for you to debate. We’ve heard flat Earth rumours before, but today we turn our attentions to our largest natural satellite.
The proposition is: That the Moon is flat.
I want a fair, honest, respectful and above all balanced . . . → Read More: Topics on Tuesday Debate: The nature of the moon
It’s here! It’s here! Census time is upon us once more!
I hope you’re ready to load up your significant other onto a donkey and travel back to the city of your ancestors, only to find there’s no room at the…. what’s that? We don’t do it that way anymore?
Tweet . . . → Read More: WWW – Window to the Ways of the World
It began, I recall, with a phone call.
Tweet . . . → Read More: FOF: Forging Onward Forever
OK, now here’s the other dinner party. If you could ask five fictional people/characters to a dinner party, who would they be?
For me this is a much more difficult proposition than the real people but here’s my list:
The Doctor (Matt Smith incarnation because he’s the latest and has all the memories and experiences of . . . → Read More: Wibbly Wobbly Wednesday
The royal wedding has come and gone, and amongst the excitement, it’s been reported that one in three Britons want William to take over the throne, bypassing Charles and Camilla (this comes 75 years after the last royal abdication because someone wanted to marry a divorcee).
An abdication actually requires a lot more paperwork than . . . → Read More: WWW – Waiting Windsors on Wednesday
In an article in Monday’s SMH (No One’s trying to reduce government waste. ) Ross Gittins presents a discussion of Government waste and the difficulties of reducing it, or even of measuring it. An excellent article, but one paragraph particularly caught my attention because it hit close to home:
I’ve no doubt waste exists, and . . . → Read More: Woeful Wastrels We