- Quote of the Day
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- 7Best (Lost Posters. 1/7)
- As we mythologise Mandela, comparison with another Legend, Kennedy 50 years on
- Dalziel Confirms Cunliffe In Breach of Electoral Act
- 7Best (Retro Cringe Advertising part II. 5/7)
- 34. Review: The Doctors Revisited dvd set (First to Fourth)
- Factoid at 3(pm) Stinging Alcohol
- Living in Nu Zulun #4
- Rage Against the MANchine. Harpie Feminist Nazis Attack Argentine Cathedral
- 7Best (Retro Cringe Advertising part II. 4/7)
- Pic of the Day (Punakaiki)
- Factoid at 3(pm) Candy Cane
- At 109, the Oldest Holocaust Surviver has something to tell us
- Signs of Our Times
- Living in Nu Zulun #3
- War & Warrior Wednesday #16 (Warriors of Kursk)
- Pic of the Day (Candidates)
- If Banks Goes at 11am, Will There Be A General Election?
- Why Detroit Is Broke (Will Detroit Bankruptcy Force a US Depression?)
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Monthly Archives: December 2012
The Jews have a saying, “Next year in Jerusalem!“ expressing the longing of their almost two millennia-long exile and diaspora across the globe since 70AD when their capital (and nation) was destroyed by the world super power of the day … Continue reading
For the record, here they are. For more info., see 1-10 Dr Who opposite (in Categories). One Doctor (#10) is actually married to the daughter of another (#5). See (9. Dr Who (Incest?). The seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) is in The Hobbit … Continue reading
Did anyone else watch the excellent 2012 Dr Who Christmas special with the intelligent snow, voiced by Sir Ian McKellen and the creepy killer snow men? Also, a reintroduction of the Dr’s mysterious new ‘companion’ (“Sorbet”?) who was trapped inside … Continue reading
Eminent eligible bachelor Cantabrian Richie McCaw, is taking a six-month All Blacks sabbatical to pursue a relationship with an English royal peripheral, Emma Payle. Emma describes herself as a church-going christian but, ahem, happens to own a company called Killing … Continue reading
How many squares? So far, I have 16.
Injured at Antietam. Private Patrick Hughes, Co. K, 4th New York Volunteers, was wounded at the battle of Antietam on Sept. 17, 1862. Credit: Painting by Edward Stauch, Nat’l Museum of Health & Medicine.
This new tourist initiative is being prepared by Canterbury Museum. It will be a walk in earthquake experience and feature a number of famous Christchurch pieces, including: the statue of city father John Robert Godley which used to stand in … Continue reading
HUSBAND. A pizza cutter.