This is Horus getting his Easter Eggs …
Since he is a sacred baboon you have to wonder if he might have been an altar boy.
That egg was from Tim to Francis, there‘s got to be one for Mal somewhere. One for Gayle, whose name has been changed to protect her identity. Better make that one easy. JM .. The Suet pudding. Julia. Given my advancing years I could probably even hide one for myself.
And today is about the rolling away of a rock.
And for all of you, everywhere. Be safe, come back alive. And pray …
Rolf Harris is an 82 year old Australian who has donated a wobble board to the Australian Museum. Son of Welsh immigrants … say no more.
G’day … and a happy Easter.
Because of the piece of music I am about to post I am thinking of a friend that had a very profound influence on my musical education and that I miss a great deal. One day we were discussing god. We both agreed He did not exist. We also agreed that He had commissioned some of the finest music ever written , so with Nancy in mind let me offer these, enjoy …
… had a farm, ee, i, ee, i, o
and on that farm he had a mine, ee, i, ee, i, oh.
So, I said t’ICAC, och the noo, good bloke that MacDonal
Obviously, no need to tell’em ma daughter worked for the lad.
… and their accomplice.
But first the monkeys. The lie from Wayne Swan …
At the centre of our challenges we face in this year’s Budget is the huge hit to government revenues we’ve taken since the global financial crisis.
The truth can be seen at Catallaxyfiles …
Do visit that link, there are some more graphs and some of the comments are spot on. It will show you that it ain’t the income that’s the problem, it’s the expenditure. But if you are going to sustain the expenditure you have to raise the money somehow. Your superannuation looks nice. The Cypriot solution, it’s obvious.
Enter Rob Oakeshott, he thinks it’s a great idea. Remember that he will leave the Parliament (hopefully very soon and with a large boot up his arse) with a nice big super safety net, provided under a completely different scheme to ours.
I have worked hard and saved sensibly for my retirement, reforms by Keating and Costello helped, the frequent changes to the rules did not. The only way we will ever see a good superannuation system is when the pollies are under the same rules as the rest of us.
Meantime, get your hands off my super, you thieving bitch.
And the rabbit …
I will call misogyny when I see it … unless it suits me to court it.
More at Tim Blair’s blog.