Thursday, March 29, 2007

Female Orgasm Special.

Norman Swan, the cheery bloke on the right, of ABC's Health Report, interviewed Beverly Whipple on a subject of extreme human importance.
We are talking about pleasure here. And if you had any doubts about the reasons for orgasm it's worth reading her obvious, but sadly widely unconsidered, words.........

"The reason you have this is because it feels good and it's pleasurable. And I think that we have to start talking about pleasure so much more. And I don't know in your country, in Australia, if pleasure is valued, but here it's not in the United States. If you look at it, there are over 100 words for pain in the English language, and we can talk about pain. But there are only about 20 words for pleasure in the English language, and here in the United States, we can't talk about pleasure, we can't get funding for looking at what is pleasurable. But we can for pain. So I think it's very revealing about our country in terms of the value placed on pleasure, which is very little."
Beverly is a great communicator and is at the forefront of present sexual research. If the female ejaculation or g-spot is of no interest to you do not venture into the now available transcript or listen to this great report. I listened to and read ,very carefully, every word. So much pain around and if that was the only reason we ended up on this planet, as many powerful life haters would have you think, I would have cut my throat long ago. Go forward and be enthralled here.
And it does not go without saying that we are still very lucky to have Radio National......for brain stimulation.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Peace Breaks Out.

This is not a doctored photograph. In the same picture see two men, at the same table, who have been mortal enemies, you would expect, from the moment they first set eyes on each other.
Mind you, while they met, reports were that they both avoided eye contact.

I had to post it because I never thought I would see such a thing in my lifetime. Maybe there is hope for peace in the middle east. Na, forget it. For the full report on amazing progress in Northern Ireland go to this link.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Mother Therese.

Conflict of interest is the subject on many a mind as Santo Santoro most likely moves to a small room in an outer leafy suburb of Brisbane to continue his obvious skill as a day/night share trader. Business involvements of the spouse of a possible future P.M. are worthy of consideration as well.

Therese Rein who, according to a most unreliable sensationalist weekly,..." is the shrewd entrepreneur who has weathered fraud investigations into her $175m business and made a fortune on the back of the Howard government's employment policies, and also found time to raise three children".

No prob with a god fearing women making money from government contracts. What if there is a bit of opinion about, that the Howard governments privatised employment policy stinks? That it might be appropriate for the opposition ,in developing new policy, to redirect a lot more of the funds towards the people that the system was set up to help.

You do not have to look too far in most communities to see that the job getting business is pretty lucrative, if you know how to swing things correctly. Part of the work is standing over poor Newstart sods and demanding that they struggle harder for job opportunities, that for many, only exist on paper. There are some fine fleets of new cars that carry employment providers who have no qualms about doing the dirty work of a government hellbent on demonising the powerless.

Kevin Rudd has talked about placing his family interests into a blind trust. The countries interest might involve the dismantling of a large trough that he and his wife should not be seen to be dipping into, even from a distance.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Well disciplined P.M.

I am angry… very,very angry indeed*. Did you see it when my fists fleyed around? I took it out on the footpath/nikes' when i did my regular early morning walk in the park, because I am very disciplined. I am a role model for all children.

Monday, March 19, 2007

Incredible Lookalikes.

One gone and another on the way?

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Back in Business.

After a little break away with computer problems the shop is open again. With the help of an ancient foot powered machine, it is true, I have maintained a limited presence around the blogosphere.

All has changed now, because I am back with new vigour and a very satisfactory fully reconditioned turbo charged unit. Ready to take on the haters of democracy, justice and everything. Yes folks, EAT AT JOE'S having suffered an almost critical breakdown, is ready to accompany novices and hacks through this critical election year.

Barry Jones Manning Clark lecture has to be recommended to anyone who missed it.

Thursday, March 08, 2007

Tin Tin's revenge.

“Burke and Grill as a can of worms, was probably better left in the pantry"... quote from unknown hack political commentator.

Ross Lightfoot may be in for a few probs too. I heard Barry Cassidy on radio today suggesting that he also might be forced to resign. His share dealings, not being quite as benign as he claims. Goodbye to the Senate majority if he is forced to independent status. Thought it funny that Matt Price now seems to want the whole thing to go away…..pretty sure he reflects the opinion of many liberal backbenchers.

Monday, March 05, 2007

Computer Broken, no Jokin.

Sadly, we are out of commission for a while.

Unable to give a link due to tech probs, but sad to see "Bilegrip" (scum at the top) take an understandable break. One of the best on the net IOHO and HOPE they will return soon.
Hold on, try this.....

Friday, March 02, 2007

Masters of War rhetoric.

What do you do when a report comes out suggesting that your drug policy is failing the people it is supposed to be there to serve? Deny the evidence of course.

"Now is not the time to be wavering in the war on drugs by embracing harm minimisation over a tough-on-drugs approach."

Despite the fact that members of your own party have seen the need for change you battle on like some shell shocked veteran who cannot see the woods for the trees. It's not working Christopher Pine . Just like the war on terrorism the war on drugs is an abject failure.

People are avoiding seeking help for addictive behaviour due to a fear of criminal sanctions. All you can come up with, from your protected liberal cocoon, is war like rhetoric similar to 'we'll fight them on the beaches' Brendan Nelson.