Sunday, May 11, 2008

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Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Holiday reading":
Dear Mr Mad as Hell,
Could I suggest that you start to read books that are soothing and relaxing? Perhaps a mindless murder mystery, or a romantic novel where the girl meets get the man, or the girl, or the man gets the girl, or the man? Or a sweeping historical mystery or romance? Maybe you are too brainy for your own good, and this is the reason why you are as mad as hell and not going to take it any more, at all. Or maybe a acid trip every Sunday?

Rohan has left a new comment on your post "Among the Living 08: More points awarded":
Just need Whitlam to die and I'll take the lead, yay for old people!

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Minor minor parties V":
Come on, we know you are a CEC stooge.
Get your blundstones back on, and I hope to see you outside Melbourne Central handing out your usual filth.

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "How did they know I was a Dandy Warhols fan??":
How is belief in God different from belief in any other concept.
You believe that an "atom" exists? O.K. show me one. You believe in string theory. O.K. show me a string. If you can't, then just shut up, seems to be your attitude.
Naturally, if religion posits an entity that is above and beyond material reality, then it is behind the eight-ball to prove to science's satisfaction that such an entity exits. In all likelihood, it is impossible for religion to "prove" anything within the conceptual horizon of science, because the evidence that those who believe in God does not count as "evidence" within science. Like, you want me to point to Mr God I saw down the Milk Bar the otherday.
Nonetheless, I urge you to go to Church and do the lightbulb experiment. I have prayed to God and Jesus told me that for the next six months the lightbulbs will be kept burning so that Mr Page O' Crap can reunite with his spiritual self.

elaine has left a new comment on your post "Dilemma":
ha! conversations with my godfather invariably go something like this: him: have you been to church lately? me: no. him: well, as long as you've been drinking some good bottles of red - and not that socialist grape* - then that's all that matters. come over here and give your godfather a kiss.

Mel has left a new comment on your post "Sosedi, Buren, Mezoblebi, ....":
Oh, we talked to the neighbours across the road when they got robbed too. Robbery seems to bring our street together...

Mary, Mary quite contrary

I'm stating the obvious, but don't believe everything you read in the papers. Well, take it with a grain of salt the size of the MCG.

We have all the papers saying the Victoria will have the highest paid teachers. Well, there is a caveat to that. You will be the highest paid if you are a first year teacher or a teacher who has been teaching for over 13 years. All others won't be. And this will change next year anyway when NSW get their pay rise.

And worst off are third year teachers who now will be thanked for having over two years of experience by being paid the same as first year teachers. Guess where I lie. Thank you so much Mary for representing me and others like me in the negotiations. That's how well we are valued, two years mean nothing.