Get your motors warmed up as Friday Raffle night is about to begin
Make sure you have plenty of fuel
Even if they are on the soft side.
Beware There are many dangers ahead of us
But keeping a cool head and racing as a team, victory will be made all that easier.
Our race starter CK Watt, will begin the raffles shortly.
Hector wishes you all the luck in the world.
Have a good evening.
407 thoughts on “FORMULA 1 FRIDAY RAFFLES”
Labor asked if the documents the guy who got the boot was going to present would be produced. Abbott said that is the customary thing to happen.
Which of course means it won’t as the oaf hasn’t met a convention that he doesn’t want to trash.
So will 3 Corners be a PvO WOW tweet ?
One RNZAF Herc going to Vanuatu – that’s the whole NZ AF gone then.
I don’t know what McClintock thinks he is doing #hockeyfairfax but, judging from Michaela’s tweets, he is all over the place.
Can’t think this’ll be good for HoJo but, then again, who knows.
I believe 2 went …………………………………….. 40% of the fleet 🙂
I hope Peru doesn’t attack while they’re away.
If the Bolivians decide to send their warships you know you’re in trouble.
Did something happen on the Ides? Another “concession”
Mr First Dog:
As Al Palster has already suggested, the program may be a mere rehash of old stuff, but it’s a great pic:
Isn’t Scotty just so cute?!
“require agencies to obtain a warrant to access a journalist’s metadata ”
Warrants to be dispensed from coin operated dispensers in the AG’s office. Journalists not informed.
Every small girl I’ve ever met would jes’ lerve to have her very own My Little Pony of the Apocalypse.
Talk about cuteness on a stick!
As someone suggested, F.M has turned from satire to documentary.
Well that was fun. Trapped in the waiting room at the eye specialist’s for an hour and a half with – Ye Gods and Little Fishes! – the TV stuck on ABC24. Talk about torture. They kept playing a news piece featuring Pyne – even worse torture. There were talking heads burbling on about interest rates and I couldn’t understand a word. And more Pyne. I had to restrain myself from making rude remarks. No-one could change the channel, the thing is 2 metres up the wall and the remote is kept deep in a secret place in an office somewhere, probably guarded by one of Cerberus’s pups.
Leone I almost always sit in waiting rooms stuck on Channel 9. It drives me nuts – OK, I go into orbit.
The best waiting room was the opthalmogist (eye doctor – I can’t spell) where we had eye drops in our eyes so reading magazines or watching TV was impossible. Mrs Party Animal was an invalid pensioner with diabetes that had taken her eyesight, being short of income an outing to the quack was a social highlight. Being blinded by the magic eyedrops and consequently bored the whole waiting room rose to the occasion and made sure we had such a rip-roaring time the specialist apologised for interrupting our fun
We all had dilating drops too, but there was no-one who wanted to engage in any fun today. Sometimes there’s a lively crowd, sometimes i’ll meet someone i ‘haven’t seen for yonks and have a good chat, but not today. And useless taking a book or reading magazines as a distraction because the drops take away my close-up vision.
I’m used to the long waits, I’ve been doing this every month or so for a year, but today – ugh!
The good thing – my eyes are doing brilliantly, best they have been in ages. Worth all the waiting.
Leone I hope you visit to the eye doctor went OK
In the clinic where I used to go regularly, Channel 7 was always present shouting out its numerous ads. I often thought it was rude to impose such horror to the patients. But then, people on the whole didn’t seem to mind listening to that garbage. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if the hospital got sponsored by Channel 7.
Leone good to hear that your sight is OKish. If it really was OK you and I wouldn’t grace the waiting rooms of the eye doctors.
My most frightening visit was the day after the original lasering that didn’t take – the number 2 eye doctor had had instructions over the phone from number 1 eye doctor who was 100 km away. There were 2 people in that surgery praying that he would get it right. He did!
No surprise that this was ignored
LNP, the party for wealth and hellfare
LNP, the party for wealth and hellfare
Bob Ellis making a lot of sense –
Tony Abbott and the condemned terrorists
I don’t know if this will work, but if it does it is worth the watch, only a minute or so.
Comment from Tony Burke about the clip.
“Tony Burke MP
Did someone hand Christopher Pyne and David Speers the next Clarke and Dawe script”
Pyne The Fixer.
Good luck with that one.
Well done to Tony Burke, he hit the nail on the head.
Here is a beaut article from Laura Tingle…..it’s a wow, wow, wow.
Those Tory types haven’t really changed much in 59 years.
50 years even
http://www.pipingshrike.com/2015/03/lifestyle.html a must read. Best blog post on the topic so far.
That 4C made best in show for damp squibs.
The only stuff I hadn’t heard was the involvement of the NCC and I’m sure they garnered enough votes for Tony to “win”. NOT.
They had Senator Edwards saying stuff.
What he said for the show was not exactly what he reported at the time of the spill vote. Tried to make himself out not quite as easily duped as he really was.
Laura Tingle lays into Your Government.
She is a damned good analyst.
The entire LNP front bench is just a bunch of dozy thespians…a mumbling of mummers fluffing their lines…what a bunch of mugs.
The Piping Strike’s argument is that neither side has incontrovertible and undeniable evidence to support its case.
The aborigines have problems as do the rest of the inhabitants of this country.
The issue for me is that they have ways of life forced upon them much more than others. Forcing relocation, on anyone, mostly for money reasons, is totally unacceptable in our wealthy society.
Seems that our NE is intent on moving people like pawns (“You will go where the jobs are” or “You will go to let the miners get their hands on our resources”). And, as for Bambi wanting to move a town, …
Of course it is “redacted”. You wouldn’t want to spotlight the guilty and their errors of omission or commission.
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