Monthly Archives: August 2010

Blasphemous posters hit New Zealand


Advertising agency Muckmouth, Auckland, New Zealand created a blasphemous campaign for Eshe Streatwear. The campaign includes four posters posted all over the streets of Auckland, branded skateboards and t-shirts. Christian messages dominate my society. We all seem to show indifference. … Continue reading

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Working Families the pet politician’s target


I am so over the “Working Families” Crap in the Australian Election. Are these the families as defined by “Family First”? or does it include gay couples, Elderly retired sisters living together. What about an unemployed individual who has lost … Continue reading

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Institute of blah blah affairs


At the risk of providing a resource to those I disagree with, I want to point out how many organisations are not what they seem. One Example is “Think Tanks”  or institutes etc… Remember all one has to do, on registering an organisation is to ensure the name is … Continue reading

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“Coal”ition


Quote from the Age News Paper The Coalition has said it would tear up some of Australia’s international climate commitments, including cutting all funding to help the most vulnerable countries cope and axing the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute. … Continue reading

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Australian Political landscape


The Day after the election we can not be sure where it is going. Inclined as I am to the left of center it has not actually been a disaster (unless the Liberals actually gain power) . How could I … Continue reading

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Glimpses in the fog Blog


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