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The final test of truth is ridicule (H.L. Mencken)

The final test of truth is ridicule. Very few religious dogmas have ever faced it and survived. Huxley laughed the devils out of the Gadarene swine.

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Aussie festivals: you won't believe that!

Festivals ¬†correspond to Australia’s atmosphere! You’re feeling good as long as you take part to the party ;)


Monday Muse. I thought this only happened in Fireman Sam.

The burly fire fighters of London Town may be the knights of the city when it comes to burning buildings, but they’re also somewhat of a blessing with regards to the little things in life; that is, the little things that aren’t made for the introduction of little lives. 76 more words


Grateful Heart Monday

I haven’t posted for Grateful Heart Monday in a while but decided that I had to make a post today because I am very grateful for an offer that was made to me last week. 362 more words

Aussie Life

Putting your dreams on hold for what?

July was the month where my dreams were suppose to be taken off hold. I was suppose to be studying full time in Darwin, soaking up the sun and falling in love with person I was growing into. 134 more words

Early humans 'kept their chin up'

‘A new theory suggests that our male ancestors evolved beefy facial features as a defence against fist fights.

The bones most commonly broken in human punch-ups also gained the most strength in early “hominin” evolution. 298 more words


Book Review: Krakatoa by Simon Winchester


By Simon Winchester

My Rating: 3 Stars

To say that this was a book about a volcano doesn’t really do it justice. I never thought a book about a volcano would cover so many different subjects. 336 more words