Still Life with Dahlias, Zinnias, Hollyhocks and Plums, Eugène Delacroix, 1835
Open Thread – Weekend 29 Oct 2022
1,916 responses to “Open Thread – Weekend 29 Oct 2022”
I’m not doxxing at all
Yet you make constant reference to it.
but why would you have a problem with doxing
you’re lying your fat arse off to cover for a plagiarist
I’ve no idea what you’re on about
you old drunken fraud.
You’re looking into a mirror when you say that.
Go burn those dirty sheets,
Has your maid jacked up on it? Not my job to burn your soiled laundry.
you lazy bludger
Again, looking into the mirror.
You’re not a nice person. You have much to atone for before you meet the maker, a day that ever draws nearer. Suggest you start mending your ways, or get used to the concept of eternal torment.
I’ve never seen the spiritual, holy man routine from you.
This may be a clue as to how little you know about others.
pity you’re a deceitful old fraud.
Yet there is not one thing on which I’ve ever been deceitful or fraudulent about. Perhaps you’re judging others by your own standard?
A common mistake.
IIRC you did claim to be a banker or something, deceit & fraud would be admirable qualities to you.
Furious Western Sydney leaders are calling for an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese — accusing him of pressing ahead with the resettlement of ISIS families into their neighbourhoods without enough community consultation.
State MPs and local and community leaders have banded together to slam Mr Albanese’s push to bring back about 60 women and children who lived as a part of the Islamic State during its torturous regime in Syria and Iraq.
State Labor MP for Fairfield Guy Zangari broke ranks to criticise his federal counterpart Chris Bowen and the Commonwealth for leaving his community in the dark.
“The fact that this is happening is very triggering to them … The community should be brought along for the broader discussion so they aren’t being left out,” he said.
“They have every right to feel that way because of the treatment at the hands of ISIS in Syria and Iraq. They deserve to be involved in conversations.
There’s probably a niche for them on the docks and with very local work, particularly carrying large volume/low mass freight.
Like the ports which are still congested in the US because older trucks are being refused admission to the docks?
So how’s the congestion going?
(The ports, 132 – not yours.)
Position Statement: Currently we’re positioned for two days in the Panhandle of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. I am sitting here with an open door to our balcony overlooking the pool in a holiday resort in a place called Panama City Beach. Outside I can hear the gentle shoosh of the sea shore and it could almost be that I am on board the cruise once more. It’s not sticky here as on the Cocoa Beach side and the temperature outside is mild at night. It was a six hour drive to get here along freeways all the way. Hairy drove and I was navigator, traffic monitor, driving adviser (lol), nurse (he has a sore throat), and provider of comforts on the road. Another Strepsil, dear?
Florida’s narrow strip (looking like the handle of a pan base of the rest of it) is just below Alabama (Montgomery is just above us here) and Georgia. We’re heading slowly towards Louisiana. It’s all a geography lesson for me. The only drama was a convoy of oversize vehicles taking up two of the three lanes, preceded by a sheriff’s car plus another, and followed up in the rear by a further car and sheriff’s car, lights flashing everywhere. Oh, and tonight in town Hairy did an illegal u-turn followed by a police car .. oops. But they were simply doing the same thing and ignored us!