What a week it has been. old enemies have kicked off fresh hostilities, Peter Dutton hit both a new high and a new low, and one man took a train ride he’ll never forget.
After it took lawmakers two days to submit a bill to ensure the safety of dogs on planes, the survivors of the Parkland school shooting have raised a rather important point.
Guten Morgen, mein liebchens. Overnight, the US/Russia scrape went the full playground, England decided to go the World Cup and Danny Boyle is Bond’s new dad.
With Peter Dutton beckoning South African farmers to step to the front of the immigration queue and ignoring everyone else, who he loves is obvious.
Ugh, what time is it? Overnight, an armed teacher accidentally shot a student, Kendall Jenner heaps didn’t waste our time and 1986 arrived at the 2018 Paralympic games.
Morning. Overnight, we’ve had another casualty in the Trump administration, a powerful anti-gun demonstration in Washington and Shia Labeouf tell all.
Oh, Tuesday. I hope it’s my last. Overnight, the internet picked on a man in a beanie, Donald Trump met some people and the Royal Commission will soon knock on the doors of those who lied on their home loan applications.
Monday morning. You again. Overnight, we’ve had Vlad the impoller rig the Russian election, Tiger Woods actually doing well, and one BBC journalist who cannot escape his past.
While most of us wring our hands at our treatment of asylum seekers, one father has decided to do something about it, powering himself to enact change with his own two feet.
What a week. It seemingly was a positive one, with concessions earned and the international pulse lowered somewhat. Thanks, Kim.
Friday fudging morning. Yew. Overnight, we’ve had Sydney Airport reach new destinations of disappointment, the discovery of something ancient, and the sad story of Mrs Colonel Sanders.
With Brain Awareness Week around the corner, it’s probably a good idea to reflect on our brain health, and the ways that we can better look after it. We only get one, y’know.
You in morning light, a bit of alright. Overnight we witnessed Russia’s possible reformation of the USSR, Alexa freaking out betas and an unfortunately named footballer harmed.
Well, the scanner tolls for those who casually steal at the self-checkouts, as new technology will now deny you the opportunity. Dang.
Blergh. What year is it? Overnight, the UN took umbrage with the United States’ actions in Syria, a Cheese festival got ironic and Emma Watson did a very bad thing indeed. UN believes US broke international law with Syrian airstrike. Yes, sadly, the entirety of the Syrian Civil War rolls on in earnest.…
In a particularly visceral week for the Trump Administration, a twice-fired aide has completely lost the plot on CNN, claiming that Donald’s goose is cooked.
Oh, Morning. Yeah, you’re ok. I guess. Overnight, the train delay fairy visited Sydney, people aimed dung at the Academy and Apple are set to drop their prices. Somewhat.
And it begins. With George Pell finally in court to answer child sex charges, the nation is set to hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
A lot of time is wasted in the gun control debate by people who have no idea what they’re talking about. One survivor to another, I know your pain.
Morning, all. Overnight we’ve had Donald Trump sing his love from the rooftops, a rapid man reaching the finish line and the city of Brooklyn turns the stomach once again.
Yesterday, Barnaby Joyce sensationally claimed that the question of paternity was unanswered. What this statement reveals, is a rather obvious pattern.