You know the drill – just move your mouse over and see the devastation See here
Terry Sweetman can’t keep ideology out of todays remembrance as he talks of good and bad wars in a piece entitled Remembrance day silence a time to contemplate the pointlessness of-war. He starts; We should think of lives lost, lives shattered, lives squandered, and lives given in service of what good men and women rightly or wrongly believed were good and just causes.
No wonder Dodge vehicles had a good reputation. This film was made by the Dodge Brothers in the 1920′s to promote their vehicle. Try this in your modern SUV or 4WD; it wouldn’t be easy.
This film was “lost” for many years. It was the first 35mm film ever that has come to light. It was taken by camera mounted on the front of a cable car as it`s traveling down the street. You feel as if your really there, standing at the front looking down the street, amazing piece
From today’s The Australian ‘Strewth column; DEMOCRACY is a precious gift. The incoming government is just loving it. It has the Labor leadership elections to milk — and boy, it is not going miss an opportunity. Like Julie Bishop yesterday: “Given that the last two Labor leaders were betrayed by one Bill Shorten, I guess
It’s not so much that the ALP are in denial when they say it was disunity that lost them the election, it’s that they say it and expect people to believe. To help them with their debrief I give them some hint of why they were turfed out. The Craig Thomson scandal and the alleged
I picked this up at Catalaxy. Worth sharing 40 maps that will help you make sense of the world
Listening to Home Affairs Minister Jason Claire on the ABC he said the issue of boat arrivals has become ‘poisoned by politics and; ‘’When people are dying the government should be given the power that it thinks it needs to stop this happening…” As in, it’s the Coalition and the Green’s fault – not the
Listening and watching the media it would appear Rudd is fixing some of the problems of Australia. The fact that he is fixing the problems that he himself caused doesn’t appear to be clear in the mind of a lot of commentators. He offers sympathy for the families of the drowned boaties without mentioning the
THE great experiment with foreign sporting coaches is coming to an end and the Kiwis can go back to being our arch enemies. Just weeks after South African Mickey Arthur was replaced by Australian Darren Lehmann as the nation’s cricket coach, Victorian-born Queensland Reds boss Ewen McKenzie is poised to take over from New Zealander