Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Heel is on the Other Foot

With Kevin Rudd sliding badly in the polls, some pundits are suggesting Julia Gillard might take over the reigns before the election. I don’t think that will happen, but if this snap from an ABC News update last night is any guide, Kevin Rudd might be trying on her heels already for a positional swap? […]

Wikileaks Screwup – Time for a Line in the Sand

There’s been much ado on the interwebs over the last couple of weeks about what many see as a “victory” against the mandatory filtering of the internet in Australia, with many people misinterpreting the “shelving” of the policy by Senator Conroy and/or Prime Minister Rudd as being the end of the policy forever. Alas, this […]

Kennett Has Convenient Memory

Well, Jeff Kennett is flapping his gums once again, and is displaying his carefully convenient memory – especially when it comes to the defection of former Hawthorn CEO Ian Robson to Essendon. Kennett Says Robson ‘Wasn’t Totally Focused on Doing His Job’ In today’s media, Kennett states that: Ian came to me at the beginning […]

Stop! Hammertime!

Courtesy of a Facebook share from Jason Calacanis, comes the “Only in America Stop Sign”. Any comment would be superfluous!

Mark Larkham Has A Go Too!

A few weeks back, I posted a video of Neil Crompton having a go in Mark Winterbottom’s FPR Falcon at the Clipsal 500. These little segments by the Channel Seven commentators are for use in the coverage of the 2010 V8 Supercar season. Last weekend it was Mark Larkham’s turn in Greg Murphy’s PMM Commodore […]