New horizon   27/9/2013

Fascinating. Makes you wonder how often this happens and what it contributes to climate change.

Barely half an hour after they were jolted by a major earthquake on Tuesday, people of the Pakistani coastal town of Gwadar had another shock when they saw a new island emerge in the sea, just over a kilometre from the shore.

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Or should that be Hockers?   

With no interest in certain proceedings this weekend, can I copywrite my term for this event? The Dawkers GF.
As to my headline, that signifies you have something to sell. I ain’t buying.

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Sacked   25/9/2013

Normally, I don’t miss too many interesting local news reports. This one seems to have slipped by most of us, particularly those who pay a lot of attention to Catholic and carnal matters.

Melbourne priest Greg Reynolds has not only been defrocked, but also excommunicated by the Catholic Church over his support for women priests and homosexuals. The order came directly from Vatican under the authority of Pope Francis, who just recently said that the Church focuses too much on gays and abortion.

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Driving Ms Crazy   

Guess you could call it road thrill.

Two women are heard talking as they film a minivan driving next to them, while two people appear to be having sex in the driver’s seat.

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Poppa star   24/9/2013

Another hair fell, a joint creaked just a little louder, I didn’t quite catch that comment and I had to squint twice to take this in. He always thought he was great, but I doubt it was in this regard.

NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UPI) — British rocker Mick Jagger will be a great-grandfather when his 21-year-old granddaughter Assisi gives birth next year, the New York Post reported.

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Flagging interest   23/9/2013

Freo and Hawthorn Grand Final. Yawwwwwnnnnn – About as interesting as an ABC current affairs group-think session.

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Bike ride   

What is it about crazy Swedish “national bankers”?

A masturbating man has been caught on film rubbing himself against the seat of a bicycle, whose owner had grown tired of finding the tyres punctured and set up a camera.

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Spouse bouts   20/9/2013

More laugh out loud stuff:

When I got home last night, my wife demanded that I take her someplace expensive. So, I took her to a gas station. And that’s how the fight started…..

I tried to talk my wife into buying a case of Miller Light for $14.95. Instead, she bought a jar of cold cream for $7.95. I told her the beer would make her look better at night than the cold cream. And that’s how the fight started…..

My wife and I were sitting at a table at my high school reunion, and I kept staring at a drunken lady swigging her drink as she sat alone at a nearby table. My wife asked, ‘Do you know her?’ ‘Yes,’ I sighed, ‘She’s my old girlfriend. I understand she took to drinking right after we split up those many years ago, and I hear she hasn’t been sober since.’ ‘My God!’ says my wife. ‘Who would think a person could go on celebrating that long?’ And that’s how the fight started…..

More here:

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Perv coddling   

The law is an ass. Again.

Some are finding it hard to believe that a father who beat up a naked peeping Tom outside his daughters’ window is now facing charges.

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Rising doubt   

Hey Flannery, here’s something to stuff in your briefcase on your way out.

CLIMATE change scepticism is rapidly increasing in the UK with a FIFTH of people now unconvinced the world’s temperature is changing.

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Devine intervention   19/9/2013

Miranda Devine doesn’t hold back. And she’s on the money.

We’ve just suffered through a three-year experiment of quota queens in charge of the government and what an unmitigated disaster that was, with the objective result that Labor scored its lowest primary vote in a century, despite swapping back to an even more hopeless man at the end.
So criticism of Abbott’s cabinet lineup is shameless hypocrisy from the party which set up its most formidable female politician to fail and then tore her down when she did.

All this lefty whining drowns out the fact that Labor wouldn’t even nominate a female for the Opposition leader’s job.

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Who’s on the scoreboard?   

It wouldn’t take an eternity, but it would sure pass a lot of time.

Saudi Cleric Muhammad Ali Shanqiti: Muslim Men May Enjoy the Company of up to 19,604 Women in Paradise

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Up with the best   

Epitaphs don’t come better than this: “He beat the Greatest”.

LAS VEGAS — Former heavyweight champion Ken Norton, who beat Muhammad Ali and later lost a controversial decision to him at Yankee Stadium, died Wednesday at a local care facility, his son said. He was 70.

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Court red-handed   18/9/2013

Put it down to a misprint: The court reporter obviously meant to write “bench”, not “beach”.

When asked if it was now acceptable to masturbate in public if you don’t direct it towards a specific individual the prosecutor said it was “okay.”
“The district court has made a judgement on this case. With that we can conclude that it is okay to masturbate on the beach. The act may be considered to be disorderly conduct.”

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Climate clangers revealed   16/9/2013

As many a wise person has predicted: the truth will out.

THE Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest assessment reportedly admits its computer drastically overestimated rising temperatures, and over the past 60 years the world has in fact been warming at half the rate claimed in the previous IPCC report in 2007

This letter in The Oz dishes it out immaculately:

Over the billions of years our planet has been evolving, it has been forming continents, oceans, shifting plates, and was suffering ice ages separated by warming periods well before the arrival of humans and industry.
Against that scale, the period since we arrived is only a few years, our industry only months and the records on which climate change claims are based are only hours old.
If the IPCC could step back and marvel at the majesty of nature, it might encourage a measure of humility in man, allowing some reason instead of limiting its mental activity to jumping to conclusions.
Grant Gascoigne, Mitchelton, Qld

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Wrong move   14/9/2013

Tiger Woods a cheat? Never!

Tiger Woods shot what he thought was a 1-under 70 on Friday at the BMW Championship but was alerted that he actually shot a 1-over 72 after a two-stroke penalty that was brought to officials’ attention two holes after his first hole of the day.

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Political sacrifice   

Come on, KRudd, your turn to pledge. But then there’s not much else for you to do.

Minneapolis mayoral candidate Jeffrey Alan Wagner promises that if he’s elected, ‘I will not take money from the developers, I will not take money from the political angle – I will not even go to strip clubs anymore!’

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Gone and ungrieved   

Unfond memories:

The obituary begins by saying she ‘spent her lifetime torturing in every way possible. While she neglected and abused her small children, she refused to allow anyone else to care or show compassion towards them’.

It goes on: ‘When they became adults she stalked and tortured anyone they dared to love. Everyone she met, adult or child was tortured by her cruelty and exposure to violence, criminal activity, vulgarity, and hatred of the gentle or kind human spirit.

‘On behalf of her children whom she so abrasively exposed to her evil and violent life, we celebrate her passing from this earth and hope she lives in the after-life reliving each gesture of violence, cruelty, and shame that she delivered on her children.

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Time for a stick day   

Where was the union on this when yours truly was in the workforce?

Russia is celebrating its eighth annual ‘day of conception’ as couples in the eastern region of Ulyanovsk are being advised to stay at home to procreate.

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Seems God did give rock ‘n roll to him   

What a wonderfully changing world. A crazy rocker who invoked righteous wrath and warnings of damnation from religionists in the 70s and 80s has come to the defence of US sport’s most public Christian:
Has polarizing football player Tim Tebow gotten a raw deal in the press because of his religious beliefs? And would he be treated more respectfully if he were not Christian, and specifically, Muslim? Gene Simmons thinks so.

“He’s got a religious passion, as well he should, we’re in America,” the KISS frontman told earlier this week. ”He’s proud to be a Christian, what’s wrong with that? And yet, with sports media and pop culture media, they make fun of his religion. Really? In America? If he was wearing a burqa, they wouldn’t dare say anything [editor’s note: only Muslim women wear burqas]. But if you’re a Christian, you get to be picked on? What the hell? The guy’s got family values.

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