Wow, glow in the dark skin implants that react to various genes. You could have each knuckle on each finger done. The one described is for the brain’s circadian clock, but I’m sure you can think of other ones that would be cool to have triggered. Or perhaps a little dot in the middle of . . . → Read More: Skin implants
It was with dismay that I read that Telstra could sack someone for some activity they undertook outside work hours. Is this a fair and reasonable punishment? Would they sack someone from being a scientologist or a jew? I know many people when I worked there who attended lunch time bible . . . → Read More: Telstra can fire sex romp girl
I have been eating sausages from this butcher for a while. They have sausages that won the national and state championships. But I had never been to the butcher. So I took time on my day off to go and buy some. I can recommended them. While there I did not . . . → Read More: Sausage heaven
Japan was a medieval world who’s leaders were unwilling to change. Some people wanted change and actively sought it. When the Americans forced change they took the opportunity and said never again will another country do this to us. So they built a big army, navy and later airforce. Some time later some . . . → Read More: a short history of modern japan
people in sydney, particularly western sydney, that I know, seem to have a great hate for Brazilians, particularly their soccer team, who are, for some reason sad and unhappy.before this, I have just remembered, taxi drivers used to make statements about longhaired players from the brazilian soccer team who had been seen around sydney. at . . . → Read More: Brazilians
this dream happened a lot during the 1980’s. It had several variants and seemed to evolve over time.
I am at a dug in gun emplacement. Initially it is just a gun emplacement, in a tunnel, that has been overrun. Years later I wonder why. I watch from inside the gun emplacement a hoard of . . . → Read More: A gun emplacement
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“aus nsw alicia dsc05086” by yewenyi [?]
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We went around to Pete’s place to celebrate his becoming and Australian. While driving there I thought, I need an Aboriginal flag to fly. Maybe next year. Though I prefer the Torres Strait Islander one. The only piece of clothing I have with a flag uses this one.
“Gosford Citizenship Ceremony 26 January 2008” by . . . → Read More: Pete becomes an Australian
People in Sydney have one eating habit that I find really weird. They think that eating the same food as someone shows that you like them and support them. I have never come across this before in all my travels of the world and in all the other places I have lived. Even the people . . . → Read More: eating food habits
The other day when in Barrington Tops, my phone was playing up. First it was saying that it had 3G coverage, when clearly that was not possible and then it crashed. It would not even boot. So I turned it off. About an hour later, I had a thought. I took the flash card out. . . . → Read More: N95 dramas