from our friend, Dr Vacy Vlazna …
In Red Dwarf, Lister, the last human in the entire universe, teaches Kryten, the droid with a head shaped like a badly-peeled potato, to lie — as if lying was at the core of being human.
May I convey my sincere condolences to the families of those who have been killed in Paris.
May the injured recover fully.
May peace enter the heart of everyone.
I'd like to apologise for this crummy cartoon which is too complicated but simplistically represents how we distort the human condition with stupid religious views.
I feel like the annoying uncle creating mayhem in a perfectly "normal" family, by telling eager junior it's okay to be a prankster. I seem to harp on about the religious hypocrisy and useless faith day in day out. It has nothing to do with any doubt in my life, nor about trying to defend my patch of lawn.
Aboriginal dispossession served capitalist interests, argues Paddy Gibson, but Aboriginal people have remained a “problem” from the point of view of Australia’s rulers ever since.
In 2009, Swedish documentary filmmaker Fredrik Gertten released his film "Bananas!*", telling the story of a lawsuit brought by 12 Nicaraguans against the multinational Dole Food Company.
But before it was due to premiere at a Los Angeles film festival, the company filed a lawsuit against Gertten and his company for defamation.
Our glorious site yourdemocracy.net.au has been a bit sick for a couple of days. It seems the gods of the internauts are possibly angry. My guess is that some doozy from the Metadata collection pressed the wrong button and mucked up. Or it could be just an accident of a provider going plonk.
Trying to get anything other than the GST onto Malcolm’s ever shrinking tiny table is nigh-on impossible, but if we could, what’s wrong with introducing a financial transactions tax (FTT) to meet our growing financial requirement?
with idiots in charge of the future you can only worry or bury your head in the sand... we're screwed.
The Turnbull government minister in charge of scrapping generous travel entitlements for former MPs was himself a major beneficiary of the scheme, racking up almost $90,000 in taxpayer-funded flights.
An international expert on planning healthy cities has warned Sydney against following the Asian model of concentrating high rise around train stations to house a booming population.