What a pity spoilsport Costello’s exit from leadership contention has denied us the opportunity to have a Lib party led by Abbot and Costello. But then, with apologies to Neil Young, in the field of opportunity Costello is good at the ploughing part, but fails to show up at harvest time. Continue reading Exit Costello – enter Abbott?? Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas Rudd!
You know, don’t you dear readers, that I pride myself on writing my posts my way? Always shooting for that quirky but precise turn of phrase, dipping and dabbing in the figurative palette…you get the picture. You gotta have ideals. Doubtless I miss the mark sometimes…but I hit it sometimes, too.
As in my recent Rudd post, when I likened him to Mr Sheen. I was damned pleased with that one, I admit it. Continue reading Dame Edna Takes The Sheen Off My Rudd Post!
One of the Comments in response to my recent post on Harry Palmer’s Avatar cult linked to a 2006 briefing in EPC, their in-house on-line publication “for Avatars, Masters, and Wizards” (link no longer working). Sounds like something out of Harry Potter, but this is serious mum. EPC stands for Enlightened Planetary Civilisation (who LOLed? Have some manners!).
The topic of the briefing is ‘Avatar Bashers’. I suppose I qualify as an AB, since I must plead guilty to having had a bit of fun at Harry Potter ‘s – sorry, Palmer’s – expense. Call me twisted and cynical, but mirth and ridicule are my natural responses to Hazza’s float tank revelation that we’re all from a distant planet, “Estro”, and inhabited by inner “entities” from other worlds that are the source of all human woes.
Actually, ‘twisted and cynical’ is but the tip of a particularly dire iceberg of psychopathology, according to EPC’s profile of ABs. Continue reading Confessions of an Avatar Basher