Happy Monday, rockstars. With job titles like “Wizard” and “Ninja” gaining traction, one can’t help wonder, is it the title or the workplace environment that inspires a motivated worker?
Yesterday, Theresa May told the UK that her Brexit deal had the backing of her own party. We now know that to be a patent fabrication. So, what happens now?
Back in October, Scott Morrison promised to protect LGBTI students and staffs in religious schools. One month later, and we’ve heard nothing more on the subject.
May’s Brexit deal has emerged from the fires of her own party, with Theresa believing that her way is the only way forward. God save our gracious et cetera.
Well, we’ve done it again. Yet another politician has officially made a fool of themselves, with Barry O’Sullivan switching genders in an effort to discuss an issue he’s already discussed in the past. ‘Straya.
According to the host of Jeopardy, Justin Trudeau wears a buzzer that secretly alerts his staff when he wants to escape a meeting. Does he know the number of the wholesaler?
This morning, a new Poke movie ‘Pokemon Detective Pikachu’ hit our senses, but it wasn’t very effective. Fortunately, the dorks of the internet have already made with the mirthful criticism.
Last week, California was set alight, as three destructive wildfires ran out of control. Bitterly, those three were not even the largest fires of 2018, and according to a recent study, we can expect a lot worse.
According to a UK study, by the time our kids reach their teens, 1,300 images of them will exist online. The minds behind the data blame us. And fair enough. Anyone for a 38-month status update?
Cutting out the middleman entirely, the Chinese decided to replace their robotic newsreaders with AI versions of them. Could work.
With the Democrats winning the House of Reps, it gives them the power to freely investigate Donald Trump’s purported wrongdoing. We already have their wish-list.
According to scientific research, your DNA presents clues as to when you’re going to die. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to figure out. So, who’s keen?
Over in America, one Clinton voter wanted to know why she lost the election. So, he created an app that openly shares your entire voting history. Seems sensible.
It has been shown that women investors are often more daring and more successful than their male counterparts. We’re left wondering…why not us?
Due to the nearly unbreathable air in some of China’s cities, a handful of entrepreneurs decided to sell them bottled air. I fear capitalism might have jumped the shark.
This morning, we discovered that not only is Hugh Jackman pally with the Trumps, he also does not discuss politics with them. Issue or not?
This morning, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison started a fight. Now, while it’d be entertaining to see them sort it out, I feel our focus should remain elsewhere.
According to one University, sexual intercourse with your ex will not stop you from moving on. It seems a bit…collegiate, though.
According to numerous studies, we’re not producing enough healthy food, and indeed, we’ll soon run out of it. The cockroach sandwich creeps ever closer…
‘Tsundoku’ is the Japanese art of buying books and never reading them. However, one scholar believes that the size of your library is irrelevant, as long as you haven’t read anything in it.
Darren Lehmann wanting to ease the punishment on the players and blaming Cricket Australia speaks volumes to the culture of entitlement that led to the ball tampering incident.
After one AI-created artwork sold well above the original estimation at auction, the art world believed that this “children’s painting” was nothing more than a blatant rip-off.