Today Malcolm Turnbull took the extraordinary step of calling on the Pope to sack an Archbishop. If he’s now involved in this issue, this should be his stance.
Well, it’s almost Friday. That’s something. Overnight, Elon Musk promised to not make killer robots, a man made another man-made record and a Liberal MP went and said a silly thing.
Well, the world has not yet blown up. I’m disappointed too. Overnight, Trump took back what he said, Australia added inches to its assumption and Cher and Meryl kissed. Cool.
Well, geez. This morning Donald Trump sided with the Russians over his own, a terrible restaurant in London opened and John McClane wounded your most basic friends.
Over the weekend, Henry Cavill became the latest notable that missed the point of #MeToo. So yes, we’re here again.
What a week. We witnessed a miraculous rescue, the continuation of violence in Brisbane and Kim K leaping into the fires of nonsense.
We all laughed when Elon Musk’s offer of a submarine was rebuffed. However, it now seems that the Thai government will find a use for it. They didn’t say when.
Well, there’s shades of difference this morning, as Boris Johnson quit over Brexit, the internet danced over a ruling and Robin Wright finally decided to address Spaceygate.
Good Monday to you, victims. Overnight, four of the boys have been rescued from that Thai cave, Paulinho marched back to China and 1977’s Vogue has some health advice for you.
I always marvel at how radiant you look in the morning. Don’t think I haven’t noticed. The news? Oh, Justin Trudeau was held to a different standard, Edinson Cavani wants to blow up science and Scotland disappointed itself. Now come back to bed.
Morning! Overnight, Cameron Bancroft subjected himself to torture for our benefit, the Statue of Liberty was harmed by democracy and the House of Cards still stands. Who knew?
Morning, poppet. Overnight, Belgium betrayed the narrative of the World Cup, Australia literally fought the Philippines and one newspaper decided to birth a social movement.
Monday morning. Yay. Overnight, Russia shocked the world, Bert Newton was a goose at the Logies and Adam Sandler ruined someone’s wedding. Go back to bed. Please.
Friday! Good morning parts to you! Overnight, Japan made football cry, Ed Sheeran was sued for plagiarism and Breaking Bad is now six years away from getting its licence. Uncle HaaaAAannkk.
Well, Germany crashed out of the World Cup, Brazil rolled on and the millennials got another gift from their parents. Stop the world, I want to get off.
Hooley Dooley. I hope you enjoy fetid nonsense, as the VAR system made itself truly known, a nonsense Twitter page was taken seriously and the city of LA outdid itself in the realms of ick.
Well, Monday. It’s a thing. Overnight, England dared to dream, New South Wales actually won and one notable out-of-touch Turk voted for another.
Friday. Huzzah. Overnight, Australia didn’t win, but we found victory, Melania Trump wore words and a bunch of angry dorks wants to remake Star Wars. Ok.
Well. This morning Donald Trump listened to criticism, the World Cup in Russia went the full borscht and ‘Chicken Alfredo and Sprite’ entered the lexicon. Donald reverses his ‘caged kids’ border policy, promises to let everyone in. This morning, the masked figure of empathy swung through the windows of the White House, vice…
Donald Trump’s separation and caging of children at the border is not just reprehensible, it has a historic parallel.
The father of the man charged with murdering Eurydice Dixon has taken to the media to decry the amount of abuse he’s suffered. Is he allowed our empathy?