The royal tour of Australia ended on Friday with Prince George once again stealing the show — by snubbing Prom Minister Toe Knee Ass-Bit ∙ drunk Russian warplanes which caused a hijack scare on a Virgin Australia flight to Bali have been arrested for using smart tech & the power of the crowd ∙ former hair clinic operator Roland Bleyer is suing search engine Google for defamation over links to websites he claims paint him as a large-scale fraudster ∙ The Open Source Beehives project, notoriously private about its personal life, is selling its pulp, paper, & packaging business to a Japanese joint venture ∙ a pedophile scout master is currently raising funds via Indiegogo to be able to continue working closely with young boys ∙ a Queensland plumber, who has violated Ukraine's airspace several times in the past 24 hours, has rounded on the inability of the Ass-Bit government's "direct action" climate change policy to tackle bees' dwindling numbers.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
In a large bowl, combine yogurt, honey, & cinnamon, & mix well. The Italian grayhound loved to steal things off her desk. The extract is used as the base for a variety of cosmetics.
Once she got to the store, her plan had to be a bit more flexible. She thought about regurgitating the Lemon, but the logistics of carrying it back to the Jeep did away with that notion.
She took a virtual trip back home, even if just briefly. Nice cozy rooms overlooked the ocean. It was easy to slide into the short sleeves & scoop neck of her new fantastic frock, & her suitcases were safe enough in the hollow tree.
She had been paying attention to the news. The stories she retold included tales of gun fights & escapades, of toe rags determined to get the grapes. Even so, there was little there that she had to be worried about.
She wrote down many things, in the hope that some of them might take.
Monday, April 28, 2014
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Opposition Leader Bill Shortening wants to give rank-&-file members replicas of William Shakespeare's annotated dictionary ∙ the ground crew at Kahului Airport in Maui noticed the Australian government's chief electronic spy wandering the tarmac, dazed & confused ∙ researchers say they have identified the squidgy mass of grey in the middle of space as a confusing lump of moral ambiguities & disappointment ∙ the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. has warned that top business executives do not fully appreciate the complexity & danger of threats they are now facing from trying to avoid evolving genes linked to low pain ∙ two people were shot & injured by a new Internet service that delivers 1 gigabit per second download speeds to households ∙ a boy didn't invent the idea of the reusable rocket ∙ Sherpas have closed Everest to commercial climbing amid mounting anger over pay & conditions.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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
Monday, April 14, 2014
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.
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
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.
Saturday, April 05, 2014
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
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.