Delighted to Announce . . .

The Royes Family

Gorgeous Dunny and his partner Sim are getting married.


The wedding will be on Saturday 5th December just outside Portland in western Victoria.

If any Pubsters would like to attend, Gorgeous Dunny says they will be most welcome. Please get in touch with me for further details.


(Couldn’t resist that pic!)


290 thoughts on “Delighted to Announce . . .

  1. Well, well, well……

    Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull heckled at Qld event

    During a speech to commemorate the collaboration between state, local and federal government on the project, a group of about 50 protesters tried to drown Mr Turnbull out.
    Chanting “hands off … penalty rates”, the group, who were also holding placards calling for tax and education reform, yelled throughout Mr Turnbull’s short speech

    And then it degenerated into ‘didn’t Malcolm handle this well’.

  2. Just how dumb are we supposed to be.

    First the government cuts health funding to the states.

    Then they propose a 50% increase in the rate of the GST, telling us it will mean more money to the states for ……health!

    You’d have to be dumber than a fence post to swallow that rubbish. Increasing a tax to replace funding that was taken away to make a case for a tax increase. You can’t make up anything as nuts as this.

  3. Dunelands of Titan
    November 2, 2015

    Saturn’s frigid moon Titan has some characteristics that are oddly similar to Earth, but still slightly alien. It has clouds, rain and lakes (made of methane and ethane), a solid surface (made of water ice), and vast dune fields (filled with hydrocarbon sands).

    The dark, H-shaped area seen here contains two of the dune-filled regions, Fensal (in the north) and Aztlan (to the south).

    Cassini’s cameras have frequently monitored the surface of Titan (3200 miles or 5150 kilometers across) to look for changes in its features over the course of the mission. Any changes would help scientists better understand different phenomena like winds and dune formation on this strangely earth-like moon.


    This view looks toward the leading side of Titan. North on Titan is up. The image was taken with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on July 25, 2015 using a spectral filter sensitive to wavelengths of near-infrared light centered at 938 nanometers.

    The view was obtained at a distance of approximately 450,000 miles (730,000 kilometers) from Titan and at a Sun-Titan-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 32 degrees. Image scale is 3 miles (4 kilometers) per pixel.

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