Friday, April 29, 2011

Never enough Port Adelaide jokes

Port Adelaide, originally uploaded by theclutterbells.

Seen at the Hutt Street Homeless Centre this morning.

Slow News Day in Australia

No coverage of all the Gagging Ozzies?

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Skywatch Friday

Blue Skies and Lollipops. Well no Lollipops, just a beat up hoarding.

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President Obama demands documentary evidence that Donald Trump’s hair is real


President Obama this morning launched an attack on gaudy television monstrosity Donald Trump, by asking for documentary evidence that his hair is both real, and of American origin.

As Trump continued to question the authenticity of Obama’s presidential status by suggesting he’s not clever enough to be in the White House, the President issued a stinging rebuke of his own.

Obama told the White House press corp, “If Donald Trump truly has nothing to hide, then let him show the public exactly what sits atop his head.”

“Anyone considering running for president must be open to the sort follicular scrutiny that I am subjecting him to.”

“There are a growing number of Americans that believe Donald Trump’s hair originated in an Eastern European laboratory, and it is up to him to convince us otherwise.”

“That hair is not American, I don’t mind if it’s Canadian or British or whatever. What concerns me most is that it may not even be human.”

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Adelaide Congratulates Will and Kate

The Best Comments from a Fox News Story on Obama's Birth Certificate

Does everyone here understand the Fed Reserve has not had a press conference in 90 years and they are having one today!!!!!
This BC is being released today to distract from the real bad news we are about to get from the bankers. This is merely another “bait and switch” from this Admin. It has been a ploy all along.
The objective is to produce exactly what you see here. Forget this BC garbage, the country is being destroyed! ! ! ! ! !
Why are so many words not typed on the same alignment? There is probably some good info in the shorthand notes in a lot of the fields. 1=Caucasian, 9=African? I would like to see a few other example birth certificates from that hospital from the same time period. Do they have the same anomolies? Or is this one unique?
Then why did every blaque in America vote for him?
Well, the article calls this a Birth Certificate, but it’s actually a Certificate of Live birth. There’s a difference! This solves NOTHING because we already knew about this worthless piece of paper that solves and proves NOTHING!

CAN YOU can’t handle The TRUTH if this BC has been faked?
The movie, “Catch me if you can,” directed by Steven Spielberg. It starred Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks and Christopher Walken. It is true story about Frank Abagnale, Jr. who, before his 19th birthday, successfully conned millions of dollars worth of checks as a Pan Am pilot, doctor, and legal prosecutor.
In the movie, Frank understood the significance of paper in making pseudo paychecks.
Therefore, the way to prove once and for all the pseudo birth certificate that Obama produced is to check the quality of the paper and that it was typed on a typewriter in the 1960s.
I mention this because when Dan Rather in (Memo gate) tried to pawn off an authentic, record against President Bush, it was proven false because the had a font that did not come into existence until the age of computers.


Now, let’s clear up the issue of Obama being a “Christian”.
GOOD is: order, love, peace, honor, telling the truth and doing the right thing.
EVIL is: chaos, hate, anger, cheating, lying, stealing and revenge.
Which of the above best describes Obama? Which of the above best describes you? I rest my case!
He’s Arab-American
How can you say obama is an African American? He is the offspring of an EAST African and a Caucasian. His ancestry is not from west Africans. He did not grow up in this country. He has no part of the African American heritage. Neither he nor his family lived through the civil rights upheaval. How does he meet in any measure the right to claim he is African American?
It doesn’t matter WHERE 0bama was born.
His father was not a citizen = He is not a NATURAL BORN CITIZEN
It does look phony, esp the designation of ‘Race’ as African. Africa is a continent with many races living there—this is a dead giveaway—it would have said ‘ne gro’ or ‘colored’…
having a foreigner namedhusein in office is very very serious!
I cannot believe that Fox News would believe this stuff. Birth Certificate is different then certificate of live birth. He was born in Indonisia with birth certificate under berry sortoro and registered in hawaii with certificate of live birth as barack obama. You people need to wake up. I have always watched fox news but lately you are reporting erroneous info.
My favorite part is how his mother’s name is signed differently then it is officially typed.
Obama’s birth certificate (if it’s real and unaltered) proves that he is not eligible to be President.
To be President, you have to have received citizenship naturally. The only way to do that is to be born in the United States to parents who are both citizens. Obama’s birth certificate states that his father is Kenyan. Therefore, Obama’s allegience, at birth, is shared between two countries and he does not receive citizenship via the natural path. His citizenship is derived from US law instead. Article II Section 1 of the US Constitution requires the President to be a “natural born Citizen.” Obama is a statutory citizen, not a natural citizen. He is specifically excluded by the Constitution from being President.
Smoke and mirrors..Once seen an entire airplane disappear on stage in Las Vegas..Amazing what a good trickster can accomplish..
his school records are missing also
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The Chaser’s letter to Her Majesty The Queen | The Chaser

Clarence House. Bunch of stuffy spoilsports.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Photo Hunt: Dusty

In a parking garage on Moore Street, Adelaide. What is it with dust that it always finds a spot on top?

Skywatch Friday

Looking up from my front door.

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Friday, April 22, 2011

Camille - Ta douleur

Stand up is decided
let me take your place
I'll take your pain

Softly without making noise
as it awakens the rain
I'll take your pain

She struggles she struggles
but not resist
I will block the elevator ...
sabotage the switch

But who is this embedded
the storm before the summer
dirty bitch of little sister?

I'm going to confiscate
his darts and his whistle
I'm gonna spank ...
the transfer of recess

But who is the heiress
who bathes that lurks
in warm water of your kidneys?

I'm gonna deny dessert
make him bite the dust
all those who have more hunger ...
all those who have nothing

Tell me that science cares
when will this bridge between our bellies?
if you're hurt where you're scared
you do not hurt where I think!

What is that? She wants this conasse
butter or butter money
that you live or you die?

Should she die of happiness
or it changes godasses
it is awash in flowers
changes color ...
I'll play doctor

Tell me that science cares
when will this bridge between our bellies?
if you're hurt where you're scared
you do not hurt where I sing!

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Thursday, April 21, 2011

I am in here somewhere.

I am the guy with the large Akubra Mateys.

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Rolling Stone's 100 best albums of the '80s


This has been the first rock & roll decade without revolution, or true revolutionaries, to call its own. The Fifties witnessed nothing less than the birth of the music. The Sixties were rocked by Beatlemania, Motown, Phil Spector, psychedelia and Bob Dylan. The Seventies gave rise to David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, heavy metal, punk and New Wave.
In comparison, the Eighties have been the decade of, among other things, synth pop, Michael Jackson, the compact disc, Sixties reunion tours, the Beastie Boys and a lot more heavy metal. But if the past ten years haven't exactly been the stuff of revolution, they have been a critical time of re-assessment and reconstruction. Musicians and audiences alike have struggled to come to terms with rock's parameters and possibilities, its emotional resonance and often dormant social consciousness.
Rolling Stone's Original 1980 Review
The following survey of the 100 best albums of the Eighties, as selected by the editors of Rolling Stone, shows that the music and the values it stands for have been richer for the struggle. Punks got older and more articulate in their frustration and rage, while many veteran artists responded to that movement's challenge with their most vital work in years. And rap transformed the face -- and voice -- of popular music.
The first 10 entries here span the Clash's polyglot punk, Prince's crossover funkadelica, Afro-bop from Talking Heads and Paul Simon and hymns of innocence and experience by U2 and Tracy Chapman. Further down the list, old-timers like Dylan, the Stones and Lou Reed hit new highs; Public Enemy and Run-D.M.C. kicked out some serious streetwise jams; Metallica and Guns n' Roses established new hard-rock beachheads; and Hüsker Dü, Sonic Youth and the Replacements offered definitive statements of postpunk angst. The embarrassment of riches on this list is all the more remarkable, since arthritic radio programming, corporate sponsorship and outbursts of racism and sexism in rap and metal have complicated rock's present and raised fears for its future.
Best-of lists such as this one are by nature subjective. But rock in the Eighties was like that -- lively, varied, contentious and, to some degree, inconclusive. Looking at the best rock has had to offer in the Eighties, it's clear that there's plenty of life left in the old beast yet. The next revolution may be just around the corner.

Hit the link to see the list.

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