At Least Ahmadinejad Is Consistent

Iranian President Imanutjob said at a conference in Teheran on Wednesday that Israel is ‘a regime that only understands the language of violence and force. I am confident that there will come a day when all Zionist criminals will be brought to justice.’ Being consistent means he’s predictable – it isn’t too hard to guess what he’s …

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No Evidence Against Slumdog Dad

Mumbai police have found nothing in newspaper reports, or in video of a meeting between a fake sheik and Rafiq Qureshi, to suggest he was trying to sell his daughter, Slumdog Millionaire star Rubina Ali. There never was anything to this. The real story should be how a shonky News Of The World journalist lured Rubina Ali’s father to a …

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Dual Saw

These dual blade saws look pretty cool – powerful and precise. When you see it in action, the dual saw seems such a great idea you wonder why no one thought of it before. They don’t seem to be available in Australia yet. Damn.

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Mine Your Own Business

I watched Phelim McAleer’s documentary ‘Mine Your Own Business’ again last night. It is difficult to watch and not feel angry at the easy complacency of western environmentalists who, from the comfort of their air-conditioned homes, tell people in the developing world that their way of life is quaint and worth preserving, and that even though they …

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Miscellaneous

1.  It’s raining on Kangaroo Island. I realise this may not be much of a cause for celebration for you, but it is for me! Most communities on KI have no mains water. We rely entirely on rain water we catch and store at home. Rains usually come in April, and here they are. Just in …

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