My favourite word at the moment is: EPICARICACY Pronunciation /ˌɛpɪˈkærɪkəsi/ Epicaricacy (rare) Rejoicing at or deriving pleasure from the misfortunes of others. Synonyms schadenfreude Etymology From Ancient Greek ἐπί (epí, “upon”) + χαρά (khará, “joy”) + κακός (kakós, “evil”). Usage notes The word is mentioned in some early dictionaries, but there is little or no evidence of actual usage until it was picked up by various “interesting word” websites around the turn of the twenty-first century. A new-found word, thanks to the good folk at Crikey (the only news service I pay good money for), from whom I learned … Continue reading Word Of The Moment #2
Well, take it or leave it – at your leisure or peril. This video is not the ‘greatest’ in terms of spelling and grammar, but the central message is in there. I don’t *necessarily* subscribe to this theory, but it is as good a theory as any, and there is much in the way of history and logic that points toward something VERY dodgy happening with these two ‘mysteries’ of the air. Statistics alone dictate that the chances of a catastrophic ‘failure’ of the same model aeroplane, operated by the same airline, within just a few short months of each … Continue reading MH17 Shot DOWN over UKRAINE is MISSING MALAYSIAN Flight 370
Distraction. The only thing our fantastical and terrible Federal government is good at. Distraction. Here’s a little 3-dot-point list of (some of) the failures of this government, and the actions employed (by design or by pure luck) to distract from them. 1. Promises made in campaign-mode – Broken (too many to put a number on). A plane disappears (MH370). “Look over there! Look, I will find that plane. Look, the world has made me the king of plane-finding.“ Operational result: FAIL Distraction result: 100% 2. A Federal budget so horrible, that it remains un-passed even as we draw closer to … Continue reading Look Over There! No, Not There; Over There!!
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Scientific research carried out by the American government in 1975 showed the powerful cancer fighting ability of THC and other compounds within the plant. They have known since then that cannabis combats tumor growth and in some cases kills the cancerous cells altogether. There is a reason we instinctively don’t trust our governments, and this is the reason. Big pharmaceutical companies, who know they couldn’t get the complete patent for cannabis, bought and paid for the silence of politicians. We know that politicians have first and foremost, their own interests at heart, so if big… Continue reading Cannabis, cancer and big pharma
Please click on the link below to be taken to the image (it’s just an image, alright, it’ll take a minute to read it…) A very brief history of Australia’s for-profit detention industry | #Serco #Transfield #G4s. Pressed this from Operational Matters (http://xborderoperationalmatters.wordpress.com/), with thanks. Continue reading A very brief history of Australia’s for-profit detention industry | #Serco #Transfield #G4s
NOTE: Another post that I’m dredging up from February. Re-posting this, just because it disappeared for a while, and today it was commented on by someone who tried to insult me by using bad words… (see below the post). So, the Australian Taxation Office has handed ~$880 Million to News Corp… What. The. Fuck? It is portrayed in the mainstream media as a “long-running court battle”. Well, I call bullshit. “The money represents years of claims for exchange rate losses run up by News following a 1989 restructure of the empire.” What the fuck? That’s just international business, right? Exchange … Continue reading $ervices Rendered – Re-Post