The 9pm Half-time Bingo Card Update 2024 with Snarky Platypus

Main image by Rudonni via Pixabay. Foreground bingo card originally by Milton Bradley Company, photo by Abby Hendrickson under under a CC-BY 2.0 Generic license. latypus inset photo by Taronga Conservation Society Australia / Chris Wheeler. Digital composition by Stilgherrian. P

Back at the start of the year, my good friend Snarky Platypus and I created some bingo cards for 2024. Two sets of 25 things that might happen. Well, we’re half-way through the year, so let’s see how we went.

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In this episode we talk about Thai politics, the ongoing myth of a Melbourne airport railway, Rupert Murdoch and the nature of marriage, music created by AI, Nirvana, The Veronicas, the ongoing battle against HIV, mental illness, the South Pacific nations, Peter Dutton, and much more.

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Snarky Platypus has been on the podcast several times before.

On Wednesday morning I’m recording an episode with Dr Miranda Bruce, who worked on the World Cybercrime Index. If you’re a supporter with TRIGGER WORDS or a CONVERSATION TOPIC for this episode, please let me know by midday AEST tomorrow, Tuesday 9 July. That one will be posted this coming weekend.

On Thursday morning I’m recording with Barbara Minchinton, author of the new book Madame Brussels: The Life and Times of Melbourne’s Most Notorious Woman. Check the Wikipedia entry. If you’re a supporter with TRIGGER WORDS or a CONVERSATION TOPIC, please let me know by midday AEST this Wednesday 10 July. That one will be posted in a couple of weeks.

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