Ban songs I don’t like!
A new careers counsellor at a leading secondary college discovers some of the students could make fine politicians.
Source: Career counselling with Rocky
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Golf is a game of humility: Even the best players are brought low by nature and chance. Then there is Trump golf.
It was just a harmless huntsman, but it provided definitive proof of what Australians have long suspected.
The First Dog on the Moon Institute has developed a machine to scientifically quantify Australia’s public displays of racism
Monday 1 May 2017 A conservative government was elected on September 14 in the year of our Lord 2013. Later a requiem mass for the death of truth in the mainstream media and government was held at old Parliament House Canberra. The service was conducted by Archbishop Murdoch and assisted by an Abbott. The eulogy was…
(ANTIMEDIA) New York — To the delight of the crowd, former media commentator Jon Stewart dropped in on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show for a visit on Monday. Or, more accurately, he popped up. Colbert was addressing the camera on the controversial issue of the U.S. president’s banning of certain media outlets from press briefings: “And the root of all this conflict is that Donald Trump calls any story he doesn’t like ‘fake news.’” Upon hearing the term “fake news,” Colbert’s buddy Stewart popped up from under the host’s desk. The crowd cheered in surprise, and once things quieted down, the
“SNL” becomes a target as Donald Trump and his aide Sean Spicer don’t find the show’s attacks funny VIDEO
By Ross Sharp Liberal Senator Eric Abetz, former Minister for Employment in the Abbott Government, wee nyaff, nudnik and vainglorious shtunk, has a degree in law and a curious habit of speaking factitious nonsense on matters he knows nothing about. Starkly bereft and deficient in experience on anything resembling tangible matters of substance, oblivious to the realities of life in this, our real…