Monday, July 29, 2013


He caught the Motorail from Giru to Proserpine. He was early. It had stopped running twenty-five years before.

Sunday, July 28, 2013

The Man Who Would Be King

pimps his ride

& ends up as
(i) The King of the Clichés, or
(ii) The King of Kitsch, or
(iii) The Liberace of The Outback.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

saturday newstrip

Royal baby has been spared the ordeal of testifying against his tormentors · Spanish police have formally detained Russian President Vladimir Putin & shared the delicacy with crowds of Roman Catholic pilgrims · giant pike derails parliamentary committee—how gay is too gay? · Dimitry Medvedev makes first public political appearance dressed in Martian green joining Pope Francis at Sydney's ANZ Stadium · The United States is a very 'poisonous fast-moving train' · NSW is one step closer to allowing same-sex marriage following the slump in the gold price · Sir David Attenborough has described the pair as neglected fossils.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Saturday newstrip

A pedophile Catholic priest is seeking protection from creditors who include public-sector workers & their pension funds · face of 'real, evil' Boston bombing accused retired for "health" reasons, given a one-way plane ticket to England & paid an on-going "food allowance" · priceless artworks torched by a real-life RoboCop hours after protests by his supporters had broken out in Moscow & a half dozen other cities · any asylum seeker who arrives by boat without a visa is one step closer to having a beer with a 50 million-year-old thief's mother · video for this article is not available as your browser either does not support JavaScript &/or Flash Player 9+.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

The Man Who Would Be King wanks on

The Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, is caught in a masturbatory pose.....

Saturday, July 13, 2013

I am responsible

for what happens on my watch . . .

but accept no responsibility
for what happens
on my grandfather clock.
The President (of Tierra del Fuego)

Friday, July 12, 2013

Juan lapins

some of last month's posts to won des laits
which Blogger now insists I title
so, rather than have redundancy,
the title has now become the post.









Thursday, July 11, 2013

thursday newstrip

Aussie injured in running of the woolly mammoths • crowded bars during early childhood may restrict a child's brain power • an amphetamine-derivative drug found in Siberia last year is still buzzing around & feasting merrily on decaying corpses • the chicken meat industry will be going on display at an exhibition in Japan for failing to observe medical ethics • Queensland's Newman government is considered a toxic liability by Pakistan officials • the most tantalizing image is of France's national medical body strolling through their compound wearing cowboy hats to try to throw off overhead surveillance • Osama bin Laden has already signed up to get the snip—in front of an Adelaide audience & streamed live on the internet.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

geographies: Loess Hills

A parking lot is
located on one of
the hills, houses
a six-story movie
screen. A shuttle
bus offers cookouts,
karaoke & music. The
vista is dramatic, but
the Lasershow Spec-
tacular at night is
a national treasure.

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

wednesday newstrip

A man found savagely beaten to death had previously fallen foul of the law for setting his pet balls on people • metal bar falls mysteriously from sky wiping out entire populations in northern Australia • Julia Gillard is atypically grim in a superhero film that's as serious as the genre gets • odd eviction letter sent to Melbourne grandmother • dwarf crocodiles have met their match as artificial lighting at night interferes with chemicals in the body • Ecuador never intended to facilitate Krypton's famous orphan in his flight from Hong Kong.