The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 continues with this delightfully chaotic conversation with cartoonist and artist — yes it’s Tasmania’s own Jon Kudelka.
We talk about snakes and steaks, Peter Dutton’s head, pokies and Percy the Currawong, Scott Morrison’s handling of the COVD-19 border controls, Tasmania’s state election, and many important personal life lessons.
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CONVERSATION TOPICS: Garth Kidd, Joshua Graham, Reselsnark and one person who chooses to remain anonymous.
THREE TRIGGER WORDS: Byorgen Druffeldroff, Gay Rainbow Anarchist, and one person who chooses to remain anonymous.
ONE TRIGGER WORD: Dan Ilic, Drew Mayo, Joel Michael, John Twyman, Jonathan Ferguson, Joop de Wit, oberonsghost, Paul Williams, Paul Williams, Peter Blakeley, Peter McCrudden, Ramsay Smith, Ric Hayman, Stephen Collins, Syl Mobile, and two people who choose to remain anonymous.
FOOT SOLDIERS FOR MEDIA FREEDOM who gave a SLIGHTLY LESS BASIC TIP: Andrew Kennedy, Ben Moretti, Bob Ogden, David Amesbury, David Heath, Frank Filippone, Garth Kidd, Gavin C, Greg Randolph, Katrina Szetey, Rohan Pearce, Susan Rankin, Syl Mobile, Tim Johns, and three people who choose to remain anonymous.
MEDIA FREEDOM CITIZENS who contributed a BASIC TIP: Bren Carruthers, deejbah, Errol Cavit, Ron Lowry, Sam Spackman, and two people who choose to remain anonymous.
Another five people chose to have no reward, even though some of them were the most generous of all.
Certified National Treasure unlike some charlatans. Cartoonist at the @satpaper & @themercurycomau. semper erit benevolens. Gallery at https://kudelkashop.com.
Kandiah Kamalesvaran CM, AM (Tamil: ??????? ??????????; born 13 November 1934), better known by his stage name Kamahl, is a Malaysian-born Australian singer and recording artist. His highest charting local single, "Sounds of Goodbye" (1969), reached the top 20 on the Kent Music Report singles chart. Another single, "The Elephant Song" (1975), peaked at number one in both the Netherlands and Belgium. Generally his repertoire comprises pop and adult contemporary music.
12. Second woman accuses Tasmanian Liberal candidate Adam Brooks of pretending to be 'Terry' on dating app - ABC NewsIn reality, the north-west businessman is a former Tasmanian mining minister who told the parliament in his inaugural speech he "did not go to university".
David Pope, The Canberra Times, 23 April 2020
Peter Barraclough is one of Tasmania's finest artists. His works can be found in galleries around the world. Peter can often be found in his studio at Salamanca in Hobart, Tasmania. Call in and have a chat.
Tasmanian Liberal Premier Peter Gutwein is a lot of things. A hopeless patsy for the Federal Group’s gambling stranglehold on state political discourse, sure. A deeply weird dude who recently suggested that questions about calling an election date that will be mere weeks short of opposition leader Rebecca White giving birth were “questions you should put to her,” absolutely. But one thing that hadn’t been revealed about him until today was the fact that he has, would you believe, a truly big ass panther tattoo on his right arm.
This week we are looking at a mischievous little word that originated from Tasmania. A nointer is a slang term for a spoiled or difficult child, one who is particularly brattish.
Tasmanian magpies are very polite. Of the almost 3,000 reported attacks so far in 2019, only one was in the island state.
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