Wednesday, April 16, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A busty Sports Illustrated model has been identified as a former 'grand dragon' of the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan ∙ possible black box signals likely to be hyped as the next super food ∙ the Federal Government took part in a little funny sketch about the deep pollution cuts recommended in the latest report by the United Nations panel on climate change ∙ a slow-moving robot accused of going on a deadly shooting spree ∙ if hemp seed does get the green light, Jewish facilities in Kansas are giving little sign that they will sign up.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

some march mallows

from won des laits.

discontext

frotteurge

insertify

astromisnomer

distaut

outlore

unsurerection

mssing

Monday, April 14, 2014

One sort of Pacific Cruise . . .


The past, present, & future track of what is currently category 1 (the lowest) Cyclone Ita. Actually started further to the right, on the other side of the Solomon Islands, as a tropical low that brought massive flooding to that area. Developed into a category 4 by the time it reached Australia, & has retained its cyclone categorization despite being over land for some time. Passed over us yesterday — we're the second (1) above the little doobilacky that shows where it currently is. Lots of rain, strong winds, but nothing destructive for us.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

3 production lines help

We offer a range of eco-
friendly paper goods
& guitardriven noisepop

centered around the
vegetable-based meat
flavors created in our

highly efficient manu-
facturing unit. We're
not a one trick pony.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

geographies: Arnhem Land

Modern Living & The
Ancient Way of Life

is a boutique fund
manager focused on

delivering long white
sandy beaches & azure

waters to researchers
tracking feral cats.

Friday, April 11, 2014

geographies: Charlie's Hill


Wednesday, April 09, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A man with a dragon tattoo is wanted for questioning over the murder of a Qantas plane in Adelaide ∙ at least four people are seriously injured after a vehicle crashed into a European bumblebee ∙ Australians are drinking less, but opting for better quality melted polar ice caps ∙ the latest data from the Hubble space telescope has shown that claims by big tobacco that more cigarettes are being sold & fewer people are quitting since plain packaging laws were introduced are just "junk science" ∙ Iceland's prime minister is unconcerned about possible extinction after a speech in which he said his Arctic island was full of Russian factory workers bathing in milk.

Sunday, April 06, 2014

geographies: Crystal Brook


Saturday, April 05, 2014

Today the
postman brought
me a framed
reproduction
of Washington
Irving Crossing
The Delaware
.
"What's wrong
with the pict-
ure?" he asked
when I questioned
its provenance.

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A warship wearing women's burqas has been on the run since evading police on Sunday ∙ a national campaign to teach parents how to use giant cuttlefish safely is being developed by the Queensland Office of Fair Trading ∙ non-essential lights retrieved by a Chinese ship will slink off & die once this year's Mardi Gras is over ∙ the Taliban have stitched up the rights to sell quick-fix diets, exercise fads, & obsession over bathroom scales ∙ the honeymoon period for gay and lesbian couples crashed into a tree & burned ∙ Labor is trialling community black box detection in five seats.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

spring tide, Boonah


Saturday, March 29, 2014

geographies: Havilah


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A Chinese news agency says an aircrew has spotted a "spiderman" burglar with a taste for Prada watches & Louis Vuitton bags ∙ Australians have a right to be bigots, having been whipped around by weaker-than-expected imported red squirrels ∙ new research has revealed that sleepwalking can reduce the risk of breast cancer ∙ one of East Staffordshire's worst pests could soon lose his manhood or undergo a sex change after Arnold Schwarzenegger gave one lucky man a chance to crush anything he wants in his tank ∙ a dentist who left a patient with a stormwater drain in his root canal has been criticized by the government ∙ the number of children suffering from tomatoes has doubled since 2011 ∙ most bracket sheets loaded with red X's are bizarre & incoherent, & promote no confidence at all.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Today the
postman brought
me an unemployed
dancing monkey. Put
me down as some-
one who can't tell
a lymph node
from a lung, but I
think there may
currently be a search
on for organ donors.

Friday, March 21, 2014

geographies: Springsure


Thursday, March 20, 2014

bon temps

It is the first day of coriander

I go for a walk uptown

The absence of working traffic lights perplexes me

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

wednesday newstrip

A West Australian telescope has captured images of the Pope's tiny Ford Focus blowing up about 12.5 billion years ago ∙ George Clooney likes to wear the shackles of imposed foreign ownership restrictions on his sleeve ∙ Prom Minister Toe Knee AssBit has searched the Yarra River & a rural property looking for evidence in relation to the murder of the Australian dollar ∙ a huge "wet zone" hundreds of miles beneath the surface of the Earth has created a mouse that expresses a fluorescing 'biosensor' in every cell of its body ∙ Russia has denied declaring war as it builds up the number of troops on its border with the Union Movement ∙ Communications Minister Welcome Turncoat has hinted that high-definition satellite imagery would be an ideal tool to use for the cold calls he makes to multinational letter writers.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Vernal equinox, Bulliwallah


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

wednesday newstrip

Australian police say a German backpacker who'd been missing for 18 days in the Queensland outback survived by eating space junk ∙ a new $150 million centre to combat the growing scourge of dredging at the coal port of Abbot Point will be set up at The International Criminal Court ∙ the battle over Sydney's tattoo trade is continuing to take twists & turns as tales of brutality, ill-treatment & appalling conditions continue to emerge ∙ these may be somber days, but Australia's asylum-seeker detention centers on Nauru & Papua were doused in a liquid & set on fire at an apartment building on Castlereagh Street soon after 6:00 p.m., lending light to the darkness.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

geographies: Broadleigh Downs