I’m starting to believe that the insanity is here to stay. Overnight, the man fired from Google praised the KKK, Donald Trump invented a new country and the dad-bod implant hit the shelves.
With the topic of legalising euthanasia up for debate in parliament this week, I travelled to Holland to speak to the man who started the conversation.
Morning, you. Overnight we’ve had a new name batter the Caribbean, Donald Trump Jr giving up his goons and Toys ‘R’ Us filing for bankruptcy.
I’ve voted, had my say, and made my voice heard. However we who vote Yes should not forget that we could easily be ignored, and all the pain and hurt would be for nothing. I hope I’m wrong.
‘Tis Monday. The day of things you have to do that you don’t want to. Well, it could be worse, Donald Trump could be immortalised by the skills of William Shatner, or your famous dad could shame you on Twitter.
Welcome back to another week of your life that you won’t be getting back. But don’t think about that, North Korea has launched warheads over Japan.
With the marriage equality debate heating up on both sides, comedian Hannah Gadsby highlighted a pertinent issue: It’s no longer a debate.
Well, hello, controversy. You’re looking…good? Overnight, another Melbourne Council moved against Australia Day, the new Press Sec spoke old words and a millionaire got a pimple.
Overnight, things got a bit silly. Apple got carried away, Ted Cruz has Internet scandal company, a mass of waste destroyed London…’s breakfast.
So, Monday again. While you were dozing, the world got weird. The genocidal robots from Dr Who marched for marriage equality, the US strapped up against a weather front and John McCain faced the media about his cancer.
Sunday. A day to reflect how we survived the week that preceded it. Hurricane Irma led the way, but there were enough winds of change, schadenfreude, and pity to go around.
Historic stupidity descended with the historic power of Hurricane Irma, as a billionaire hid out in a wine cellar, a frankly ludicrous tale was debunked and a pet Tiger was shot by American police.
The harsh light of morning makes me sad. Overnight we saw the Socceroos fail to qualify, a celebrity failing life admin and rather flawed argument over a flawed test.
After Hurricane Harvey swept through Houston, most of the rubbish that lined the streets was rumour, hearsay and outright lies. So, in order to dig up the truth, we’ve brought our sturdiest gumboots.
It’s a spitting-out-your-coffee-in-shocked-disgust kind of Monday. The world reacted to North Korea’s hydrogen bomb test, the US discovered a letter from the ex, and one man’s epic journey came to an end.
As the postal plebiscite is being shuttled to letterboxes around the country to define who I can marry, I thought I’d take this opportunity to not let a label define me. I’m a person, just like you. So here I am.
At some point we must reach the moral bedrock. But not this week! We’ve had the commencement of the anti-marriage equality campaign, more atomic threats from Pyongyang and the nurse that was taken away in cuffs, for doing her job. Wowzers.
My digestion of the coverage of Hurricane Harvey highlighted something galling. The gale forced empathy beaming from those who report on it is clear to see.
Bless you for not judging us, Thursday. Overnight we attended the rushed wedding of Amazon and Microsoft’s assistants, fears regarding drug testing and the legacy of Terry Pratchett secured. By a steam roller.
Morning! In the hours since we last met, a woman tore into CNN, a Brooklyn hipster’s schadenfreude went viral and GoT S8 was put back until 2019.
The social uproar over the teenager killed in one of Duterte’s drug raid is systemic to the misunderstanding of my government’s goal. It’s a tragedy, yes, but nothing in the larger scheme of things.