My week Monday 18 to Sunday 24 March 2019 was a middling one. There was democracy in NSW. There was a podcast. But there wasn’t a whole lot else.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 460: Chicken, sausage rolls, and democracy”
In this episode, Pauline Hanson explains the benefits of Mark Latham, Laura Ingraham has a message for US politicians, and Nicholas Fryer joins me to complain about things.
We talk about beer, quolls, politics, America, reproduction, bongs, sausage rolls, and much more.Continue reading “The 9pm Arch Window of the Scratchy Old Woollen Sock”
My fortnight from Monday 4 to Sunday 17 March 2019 was a difficult one. The terrorism at the mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which ended the week didn’t help. No one needs that in their world, least of all the victims of course. I won’t dwell on that here. That’s not because I have nothing to say. It’s because I have too much to say.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 459: Destroyed by a cold, but still a few cybers”
It’s hard to believe that the first episode of this podcast was recorded in 2010. Welcome to the Recycled Edict — the first of a few episodes gathering up some of the least-worst bits.Continue reading “The 9pm Recycled Edict 1”
My week of Monday 25 February to Sunday 3 March 2019 was moderately produtive, despite the “joys” of starting to adjust me medications to improve my sleep patterns. There were cybers, too.