Itt’l be a cold in hell Friday





Before Turnbull  isn’t useless

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or Hanson isn’t a racist cow


But despite all that it will be a cold day in hell before we still can’t have a laugh,drink or food with friends and family and strive to have a happy and caring life despite what all that is going on.

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477 thoughts on “Itt’l be a cold in hell Friday

    • Good music. (You try and tell the young people of that today, and they won’t believe you.)

  1. Where now for Julian?

    Here’s what we know so far about Swedish prosecutors’ unexpected decision to drop their investigation into a rape claim against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after almost seven years:

    .The decision was taken because “all prospects of pursuing the investigation under present circumstances are exhausted” and there is “no reason to believe that the decision to surrender [Assange] to Sweden can be executed in the foreseeable future”.

    .It means Assange no longer faces sex crime allegations in Sweden, though prosecutors stressed they are not making a finding on Assange’s guilt or innocence and the investigation could be reopened should he return to the country before the statute of limitation expires in 2020.

    .In London, the Metropolitan Police have said there is still a warrant for Assange’s arrest on the “less serious offence” of “failing to surrender to the court” in June 2012. It would be “obliged to execute the warrant” if Assange leaves the Ecuadorian embassy, it said.

    . It is not known whether US authorities are seeking Assange’s arrest for his role at the head of WikiLeaks, which has published tens of thousands of leaked classified US documents. There may be a sealed indictment.

    .WikiLeaks has tweeted after the Swedish announcement: “UK refuses to confirm or deny whether it has already received a US extradition warrant for Julian Assange. Focus now moves to UK.”

    .Per E. Samuelsson, Assange’s lawyer in Sweden, has told Swedish radio: “This is a total victory for Julian Assange. He is now free to leave the embassy when he wants. We have won the Assange case.”

  2. In my youth – up to and including my 20s – I was a complete and utter musical snob.

    My preferred styles were (1) classical, (2) jazz, (3) folk, and (4) so-called international music.

    These days I enjoy and, more importantly, appreciate, most styles.

    Still don’t like anyone’s swooning strings of the 1940s-early 1960s, or hip hop and its derivatives. Slide guitar, on the other hand …..

    When I was 20 I would have turned up my already turned-up nose.

  3. Was only joking re age vs music concern, will age musically disgracefully and defiantly 😆


  4. A friend of mine just hasd a stage 3 lung cancer diagnosed. The radition oncologist basically said, ‘Don’y bother’.

    She is 64 and smoked for 50 years.

    And they shoot people for carrying a stash of drugs but allow tobacco drug pusher executives first class seats on the plane. Fckn murderers.

    • What sort of idiot commissions a designer dress to ‘celebrate’ the anniversary of a war?

  5. Isn’t the Endocrine system where Yoda lived?

    They lost me at obesity. Never mind the 60g (average) of refined sugar you’re eating every day, there might be something in the plastic container that’s making you fat…

    EDC home audits are the new Feng Shui.

    It’s an exercise in confirmation bias: “I’m an endocrinologist, therefore everything is caused by the endrocrine system/endocrine disrupting chemicals.” *

    Endocrine disrupting chemicals: Is your home making you sick?

    (* “I’m a theoretical physicist that believes in a ‘multiverse’, therefore that slightly colder spot on the cosmic microwave background survey must be a parallel universe.”)

  6. Well, now they know it was all just a “negotiation tactic” the Russians won’t fall for it,will they?

    “A third government official briefed on the meeting defended the president, saying Trump was using a negotiating tactic when he told Lavrov about the “pressure” he was under. The idea, the official suggested, was to create a sense of obligation with Russian officials and to coax concessions out of Lavrov, on Syria, Ukraine and other issues, by saying that Russian meddling in last year’s election had created enormous political problems for Trump.”

    Bozos. If this is defending Trump, I’d hate to see the guy under attack.

  7. Good morning Dawn Patrollers.

    Now an as yet un-named senior White House adviser “close to the President”, is under attention with respect to ties with Russia,
    Donald Trump told Russians firing ‘nut job’ James Comey eased pressure from investigation. What an idiot!
    The president isn’t big on foreign travel, but he’ll have his needs accommodated on the nine-day jaunt, including his beloved steak with a side of ketchup. What havoc will he wreak on this trip I wonder?
    Now Kate McClymont gets on to the job on the big tax fraud. I was wondering yesterday how could Cranston NOT look at his son’s amazing wealth and wonder where it came from?
    The AFR also goes inside the ATO scandal. Google.
    Doug Cameron played a role in getting the tax scam into the open. And it appears that up to nine government agencies’ contract workers have been affected.
    And said contractors are disgusted and furious over it.
    Michael West puts the tax scam into perspective.
    Paula Matthewson says that Albo is fighting for something much bigger than the leadership. It’s the values that the Labor Party should stand for.
    All is not well in the Sydney University residential college.

  8. Section 2 . . .

    Peter Hartcher wonders how the Trump chaos will affect our alliance with the US. The last paragraph is good.
    Trump shouldn’t worry though. Mesma has said it’s all OK.
    Although it’s off to a slowish start the Bunning foray in to the UK may well give things there a big shake up.
    Elizabeth Knight looks at the various gambling games revolving around Trump.
    And Noel Towell writes “Tax authorities were warned two years ago that ATO managers were routinely breaching policies and bypassing internal controls and their “sacred cow” status protected them from detection.”
    Next Wednesday the NSW Coroner will hand down his report on the Lindt siege. The SMH says there are six question to be answered.
    Michael Pascoe writes about the effect of the budget and Labor’s $3000 maximum deductibility for taxation management on not only accountants but also quantity surveyors.–and-quantity-surveyors-20170519-gw8y54.html
    Mike Seccombe says that Turnbull leads a government that seeks political capital by making it harder for foreigners to settle or to buy real estate here, and that stresses integration and “Australian values”. Whenever immigration is mentioned – and it’s mentioned a lot – there is always a “but” attached.
    Stephen Koukoulas laments that having inherited $273 billion from the Labor government in September 2013, the Coalition’s policies have added a rib-cracking $220 billion in just 3 years and 8 months, and all of this in a climate of decent global economic growth, a lower Aussie dollar and record low interest rates.

  9. Section 3 . . .

    Former Vice President Joe Biden had harsh words for former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday night. “I never thought she was the correct candidate,” Biden said at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, according to Fusion reporter Hamilton Nolan. “I thought I was the correct candidate.” I think he was right.
    A very good contribution from Laurie Oakes on the value of quality journalism. Google.
    And Ben Eltham writes about how we should put a levy on the likes of Facebook and Google to fund good journalism.
    As Australia considers extending its presence in Afghanistan, key figures have split over what has been achieved in the Middle East writes Karen Middleton.
    Crispin Hull wonders why we and our allies are still appeasing North Korea.
    In a long article Jack Waterford talks about how top cops massage the news.
    The Australian headlines that the Catholic education system has declared war on the Turnbull government with plans for a ¬nationwide mining tax-style campaign against the Gonski 2 education reforms, which it claims will rip funds from the most in-need primary schools and force closures. Google.
    Ebony Bennet writes that Palaszczuk and Turnbull governments are Adani mine’s lonely fans.
    Ross Gittins’ conclusion is that the opportunity Gonski 2.0 presents to have both sides politics accept and entrench needs-based federal funding, and an end to sectarian deals, should be grabbed with both hands. There’s nothing to stop Labor, or anyone else, coming along later and fixing its weaknesses.
    This article via the Philadelphia Times says that it’s time to face the fact that Trump doesn’t know what he’s doing.

  10. Section 4 . . .

    Peter van Onselen writes that the bank levy is a failure of good policymaking, Liberal philosophy and it risks setting a precedent for similar ad hoc taxes when fiscal strains require it. The government doesn’t care because being at war with the banks is good short term politicking. Google.
    Anthony Weiner’s going to spend 27 months in the slammer.
    There is significant overcrowding of trains on the Blue Mountains route and this is affecting tourism, not to mention pissing off the regular commuters.
    Michael Gordon writes that the calculated cruelty on Manus Island is a reflection on all of us.
    The nation’s most powerful doctors’ group has thrown its weight behind same-sex marriage for the first time, declaring it a public health issue and calling on politicians to end the divisive debate. It’s not going to go away Malcolm!
    So maybe the Spaniards can’t build canoes either!

  11. Section 5 . . . Cartoon Corner

    John Shakespeare’s idea of Trump’s diplomacy.

    No words are necessary here.

    Alan Moir goes to Roman history to describe Trump’s doings.

    Broelman on Trump’s latest whinge.

    Cathy Wilcox takes us back to a prescient cartoon she did for CNN on the Trump inauguration.

    David Rowe has really taken depicting Trump as a child to heart!

    Ron Tandberg sees Comical Ali off.
    Inside the ATO with David Pope.
    Mark Knight reckons it’s far from over for Dan Andrews and his problems with the fire fighters.
    Jon Kudelka sees Trump off on his trip to the Middle East.

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