Howling success   31/12/2004

Why would you dedicate a blog to Coober Pedy happenings? So you could report matters like this.
Dog-gone Councillor
The November District Council of Coober Pedy meeting was getting bogged down in the discussion of determining the areas where dogs could be exercised free of leash. It had drifted into the kind of dogs councillors owned, and attributes of dog breeds, and how they exercised their dogs.
But the areas were finally determined and the motion was put and voted in. And then Councillor Mike Maylin got up without leave or explanation and walked out of the chambers.
On his return minutes later he announced boldly, as if under compulsion to explain his disappearance,
“I just went and asked me dog and he said it’s alright!”

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Laughing at the enemy   

Thrashed in elections, seriously wounded in the cultural wars and exposed as delusional hypocrites, the pseud-intell left is now copping that most painful of punishments, ridicule.
And it’s all because they can’t help themselves. Whatever happens, whether it’s a bloody violent act of God or the enforcement of responsible migrant-refugee policy, it’s linked by the loony-left to crazy theories about dangerous neo-Hitlers plotting humanity’s enslavement from enclaves in Washington and Canberra. Given that political prisoners are pretty thin on the ground in both cities it seems a rather off-beam conclusion.
Yet on they babble, with their conspiracy theories, doomsday fantasies and self-hatred projected onto political foes.
But now, even the non-political are cracking up at silly lefty green attempts to link the Asian tsunami to the unproven theory of manmade global warming. And even some left-leaning journalists are prepared to admit the litigation-exhausted and truth-challenged Bakhtiari family have been used and abused by the mad left.
Most importantly, intellectually powerful commentators are having a wonderful time ridiculing the conformist commentariat. Not sneering in the fashion of their opponents, merely enunciating amused bafflement at the stupidity paraded before them.
Gerard Barker exposes and demolishes the latest pathetic anti-US hysteria:
In the past three days I have been impressed by the originality of the latest critiques of the evil Americans. The earthquake and tsunami apparently had something to do with global warming, environmentalists say, caused of course by greedy American motorists. Then there was the rumour that the US military base at Diego Garcia was forewarned of the impending disaster and presumably because of some CIA-approved plot to undermine Islamic movements in Indonesia and Thailand did nothing about it.

Adopting a similar tone, Derek Parker, also in today’s Australian, suggests the rabid left hate Howard so much because his life is pretty much an open book. Parker has waded through tired old lefty scribbler Mungo McCallum’s recent anti-Howard tirade, Run, Johnny, Run: The Story of the 2004 Election in which the PM is branded a “sluggish and rather stupid predator” and “an unflushable turd”.
This leads one to ask: Is this it? Is this what the Left has come to? Schoolyard insults and self-indulgence? So it seems. It is difficult to know what the Left is trying to achieve with this sort of rhetoric. Certainly, Howard himself is unfazed, wearing such attacks as a badge of honour. Equally, the electorate is unmoved — one might even say that as the language employed by commentators such as Phillip Adams, Bob Ellis and Margo Kingston gets nastier, support for Howard increases.

The tone of these letters to the Australian suggests Parker has nailed it:
MY experience as a new refugee has shown me how kind and compassionate Australians are at home, and their quick response to the tsunami relief appeal has made me realise how humane and generous they are towards people elsewhere.
Hassan Sabbagh
Coogee, NSW

MANY correspondents to the press during 2004 have described themselves as ashamed to be Australians, for various political reasons. Even during the past few terrible days, there have been some who have used our sterling aid efforts as an opportunity for Australia-bashing. Yet Australians surely can take pride in our Government, our NGOs and ourselves for our wholehearted, generous response to thise horrendous disaster.
Geoffrey Zygier
Malvern, Vic

NOW the Bakhtiyari family has been finally sent home to where they belong after trying to pull the wool over our eyes and costing us millions of dollars, can the “limousine Left” please shut up and worry about the thousands of people who really need our help after the tsunamis.
Nick White
Brisbane

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Next he’ll want an unbeliever’s gift   30/12/2004

Is this the most pathetic, pointless whinge of 2004?
From Fox News:
An effort to boost Christmas Tree recycling in Chicago has come under fire by atheists, who say it unfairly benefits Christians. Authorities planned to hand out a year’s worth of blue recycling bags in exchange for one used tree, but atheist activist Rob Sherman says the program is inherently unfair to those without Christmas trees.
Officials told him he could bring someone else’s tree but Sherman complained that “Atheists shouldn’t have to go begging from home to home for a Christian who will sponsor them.” The city will now offer the blue bags to anyone who visits a tree recycling location and brings a large bag of any recyclable material.

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Yes, oh yes, oh yeeessss, Ministaaah!   

Wouldn’t you like to be a fly on the wall at a policy development session if this suggestion by Australia Institute director Clive Hamilton ever got legs?
No one wants to return to the days of sexual repression. But surely it is not beyond the wit of decision-makers and regulators to develop a system that allows for a thriving market for erotica in which men and women are shown engaged in sexual activities that are affectionate and egalitarian as well as explicit and varied, and at the same time controls pornography that harms children and the adolescents.

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Flood of news   28/12/2004

Tim Blair is doing a great job of covering and updating the tsunami tragedy. He’s got contact numbers for charities, too.
Iowahawk reckons he knows who the culprits are:
“Wheels of thunder-wagons wake up Big Earth Spirit-Mother, make to crazy tingle in hairy child-place. She now go to water lair of Tai-Waku, make big angry love on tectonic plate,” said Novak. “Big Earth Spirit-Mother say, ‘if ocean rocking, don’t come a-knocking.’”
Although they disagree on the precise causes of the wrathful spirit world, scientists were largely unanimous in recommending immediate global regulatory action. Remedial steps suggested in the report include ratification of the Kyoto treaty, elimination of automobiles, volcanic altars for virgin sacrifices, creation of a sustainable urine-based economy, and improved faculty dental benefits.

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Faster than a speeding bullet   

Great Scott, as Clark Kent would say, blogging is more powerful than kryptonite.
Just as Rathergate was breaking, corporate America got its clearest sign of blogger muscle—in this case, brought on not by memos but by a Bic pen. On Sept. 12 someone with the moniker “unaesthetic” posted in a group discussion site for bicycle enthusiasts a strange thing he or she had noticed: that the ubiquitous, U-shaped Kryptonite lock could be easily picked with a Bic ballpoint pen. Two days later a number of blogs, including the consumer electronics site Engadget, posted a video demonstrating the trick. “We’re switching to something else ASAP,” wrote Engadget editor Peter Rojas. On Sept. 16, Kryptonite issued a bland statement saying the locks remained a “deterrent to theft” and promising that a new line would be “tougher.” That wasn’t enough. (“Trivial empty answer,” wrote someone in the Engadget comments section.) Every day new bloggers began writing about the issue and talking about their experiences, and hundreds of thousands were reading about it. Prompted by the blogs, the New York Times and the Associated Press on Sept. 17 published stories about the problem—articles that set off a new chain of blogging. On Sept. 19, estimates Technorati, about 1.8 million people saw postings about Kryptonite (see chart).
Finally, on Sept. 22, Kryptonite announced it would exchange any affected lock free.

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Best wishes   24/12/2004

A shopping list here needs attention. I’m to procure a fruit flan and a cheese cake, a crayfish, a bottle of Jamieson’s Irish whiskey, a 2002 Shiraz, a 2000 Cab Sav, a 2003 chardonnay, a box of Crown lagers and four litres of Coke. Wazzat … a cartridge in a bear’s pee?
A very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year to all who visit these pages without animosity.

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All I want for Christmas . . .   

At last, light at the end of the tunnel . . . literally. Since my operation for a detached retina, vision has been distorted by a gell-packed pad at the back of the eye, embedded to help with healing. It dissolves eventually but in the meantime is ever-present whether the eye is open or closed and it’s like looking at a full eclipse of the sun. I can’t read or watch TV for very long and matters are getting tedious. Not helped by a trolling nincompoop who has been finally banished from these pages after being made to look exceptionally foolish by a wise man from Brisbane. Anyway, the black disc is shrinking and at this rate I expect unimpeded right eye vision by tomorrow. In further news on the ailing geezer front, Julie Craig from Midland, Texas, has emailed that husband Wallace from www.biggolddog.com will spend Christmas in hospital following extensive heart surgery. Seems they got to him just in time. Here’s Julie’s note. I’m sure they will welcome your best wishes.
Mrs. Craig reporting. Just wanted to let you all know that my brave little soldier is scheduled for triple by-pass around noon the 23rd. The procedure should last between 3-5 hours.
He woke up this morning (22nd) feeling rotten, no chest pain, but back and shoulder pain and some shortness of breath. I got him to the hospital around 9. An angioplasty was performed at 4. There are three (3) blockages and a blood clot (what the doctors called a “time bomb” that could have broken loose at any time and, well, you know what happens then). He didn’t have a heart attack. He was getting ready to have a big one.
He is a horrible patient. He says it’s worse than prison…not that I want to know, but has he ever been in prison? He is restless, a little nervous and by the time you get this, he will have been shaved from the top of his chest to his ankles…that was quite an ordeal itself…the nurse began at 10:45…I left at 11:30 and he was halfway through, they had to go recharge the battery and change the razor head out. He WAS one hairy guy! I will let you know how things turn out tomorrow afternoon, maybe evening-depending on how long the surgery lasts. We can’t use our cell phones at the hospital, there is no phone in his room in the CCU, but I will be back in touch with you. All prayers are welcomed…Christmas will be spent in the hospital.

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Credible contrarian   23/12/2004

According to a bothersome simpleton, manmade global warming sceptics I’ve quoted here are lackies in the pocket of big, bad oil companies.
This guy has been Professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia, served as the State Climateologist and been a member of the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment of the Committee on Science in the United States House of Representatives.
I can’t find any reference to him getting paid by the energy industry, but he probably drives a car which is enough to get some green nuff-nuffs shaking at the knees.
Oh, he has written for the Cato Institute, which publishes the splendid rationalist libertarian website Reason. Duh, I should take that back, dreaded oil companies donate to Cato. Gee, oil companies and auto manufacturers advertise in the Fairfax press. There goes their credibility.
Nearly ten years ago, I first testified on climate change in the U.S. House of Representatives. At that time, I argued that forecasts of dramatic and deleterious global warming were likely to be in error because of the very modest climate changes that had been observed to that date. Further, it would eventually be recognized that this more moderate climate change would be inordinately directed into the winter and night, rather than the summer, and that this could be benign or even beneficial. I testified that the likely warming, based on the observed data, was between 1.0oC and 1.5oC for doubling the natural carbon dioxide greenhouse effect.
Since that first testimony, the global mean temperature of the earth has not warmed a bit. Three independent measuring systems – surface measured temperature, temperature of the lower atmosphere measured by weather balloons, and temperature of the lower atmosphere measured by orbiting satellites – all show no warming.

The important thing here is that Professor Michaels, like many other scientists, demonstrates that manmade global warming is far from a laydown misere. And even if it were proven to exist, sane inquiring minds would investigate whether this was beneficial or disastrous. This has not been the response from empire-building doomsayers or a dumb gullible media wetting their pants at the possibility of the next disaster scenario.
On the other hand, hysteria runs rampant among many manmade warming believers:
According to CorpWatch Climate Justice Coordinator Amit Srivastava, the tour is designed to highlight the relationship between global warming and environmental racism, or the tendency to site polluting industries in poor US communities and underdeveloped parts of the world. “When it comes to climate change, the world’s poor suffer a double whammy, ” stated Srivastava. “There is the immediate impact of living in highly toxic environments and the long term impact of global warming which will disproportionately effect poor communities,” he added. Srivastava also announced that a coalition of environmental justice groups have sent a letter to President Bush urging that he reconsider his position on climate change highlighting the particular devastation that global warming would bring to poor communities.
They can’t be taken seriously, either. They get their funding from the Sierra Club, Greenpeace and other extreme green groups. Vested interests, you know.

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Season’s greetings   

A Christmas chuckle. Don’t open in the office.

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Chilling news   22/12/2004

Karl Zinsmeister reveals an earlier myth about climate change:
When I was in high school, the big environmental panic was “a looming ice age.” Consider this excerpt from “The Cooling World” in the April 28, 1975 edition of Newsweek:
“There are ominous signs that the Earth’s weather patterns have begun to change dramatically…. The evidence has now begun to accumulate so massively that meteorologists are hard-pressed to keep up…. Meteorologists are almost unanimous [that] the resulting famines could be catastrophic…. A survey completed last year reveals a drop in average ground temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere…. The present decline has taken the planet about a sixth of the way toward the Ice Age average…. Climatologists are pessimistic that political leaders will take any positive action to compensate, [like] melting the Arctic ice cap by covering it with black soot…. The longer the planners delay, the more difficult will they find it to cope with climatic change once the results become grim reality.”

And here’s a little common sense applied to the subject:
While the global climate changes over decades and centuries, the weather changes even more radically over periods of a few months. Consider that from January to August the average temperature in most of the world’s populated areas rises by ten times as much as in the apocalyptic global warming scenarios. Temperatures that may average below freezing in winter can easily rise above 90 degrees Fahrenheit in summer. This temperature range is repeated year after year in most regions outside the tropics. It is perfectly normal and quite survivable, by both man and the environment.
For decades, Malthusian fears of imminent collapse of world food supplies have found a ready audience.47 The new apocalyptic fear is global warming. The doomsayers have it half right. The global warming issue is of critical importance to America and the world, but not because there is a threat of millions dying or world ecology being destroyed. The real threat is from inappropriate and counterproductive responses imposed under a political timetable devised by bureaucratic planners.
It is ludicrous to suggest that the same government which cannot balance the federal budget can somehow balance the world greenhouse gas budget. Almost every aspect of daily life would be impacted by global warming legislation. Special interests would strongly influence the resulting regulations and the bureaucratic micro-management required to enforce an international treaty would dwarf any in existence. The theory that such a system would actually benefit society is even weaker than the arguments supporting a global warming catastrophe.
There is no indication that the world is facing a climate crisis, either immediately or in the coming decades, and no reason why costly emergency responses should be adopted as international policy.
If warming does occur, it will bring many beneficial results. Most important are the longer growing seasons and increased crop yields from CO2 fertilization. The claims of worsening storms, increasing droughts and melting ice caps are frightening but unsupported by the evidence.
Kent Jeffreys
Director of Environmental Studies
Competitive Enterprise Institute

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Unintended humour   17/12/2004

Bye-bye to Lardarse, Fatso, Megahips, Suetsack… a politically correct term has been devised for bloody big bastards.
James Taranto in WSJ reports that a dingbat women’s studies centre at the University of Oregon complained that auditions shouldn’t be held for a performance of The Vagina Monologues because they were “exclusive”.
Producer Nicole Pete said that last year, “the queer community, the women of color community and the plus-size community did not feel represented.”
Taranto ponders whether anorexics are represented by the minus-size community.

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Problems   16/12/2004

A number of readers have reported that they can’t access comments on this site. I can’t either in MS Explorer. However, I can in Firefox. Although in Firefox I can’t get the auto-tags for bold, italic and links. I don’t expect people to change browsers to just read my comments so I’m gonna have to find an accessible to all solution. Plus, there’s this problem where referring links appear at the bottom of the page. I’ve got a hunch that might correct itself in another day. UberScott can’t find a solution, so I might have to set up another blog. Anyone got any suggestions? Please email if you can’t get comments.

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