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A Welcoming Feel-Good Hate Group

We at the Backstabbers Guild Of Australia have long regarded the various hate groups that exist in Australia with some dismay. While we can read what they are writing and hear what they are saying, we feel that they are doing themselves an injury by being so exclusive. 546 more words

Backstabbers Guild Of Australia

What planet do you live on?

Gentle Readers, I recently yelled at someone who asked me for a “romance reading.” I know it was inappropriate to do so, but my level of frustration in trying to help her, well, my emotions just got the better of me. 450 more words


The Sound Of Silencer

I have a book in my library ” With British Snipers To The Reich ” and it is a very interesting thing to read – if a bit cold blooded. 670 more words

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The Class ( War ) Photo

A recent picture of a number of young black women cadets from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York posing on the steps of one of the academy buildings in cadet uniform and giving a Black Power salute while a couple of their members hold sabres over the group seems to be causing a little controversy. 403 more words

Man Talk

The Rules #9: Shots with the Girls

A few Fridays ago: I’m at a Meetup at a dive bar, after a long, stressful week at work. I’m alternately chatting with Meetup members and dancing with a girl who was the only other person in our group who wanted to dance. 1,135 more words


Bad Manners announce 40 YEARS of FUN AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 2016

“From start to finish, the show is full of almost obnoxious amounts of energy.” – SongKick.com

 THIS IS SKA! And damned great fun too!

 To celebrate 40 years on stages all over the world, BAD MANNERS are embarking on their most extensive run of Australian and New Zealand shows ever thanks to… 373 more words


You Tell 'Em...

What an odd thing to see on Facebook – and Facebook can sprout some very odd things at times. This one is a quote from a motion picture actor that tells me how to live my life. 207 more words