errorism

One of the lowlights of ‘007 was the “don’t tase me bro” incident, which was converted into a brilliant remix (check in video); and plenty of re-remixes on the tube. Some commentators said he was an attention-seeking git; i prefer the term performance artist. If only that dead Canadian guy had heard the song, he…

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Hasan Elahi – the Visible Man – found himself on the wrong side of federal government agencies. “Where were you on september twelfth?” they asked him, before grilling the guy with nine lie detector tests. So Hasan decided to publish every tiny morsel of his life. Many times during each day, images from his location…

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More from the media: book reviewer Rosemary Sorenson, writing in the Weekend Australian Review (02 dec), reckons that it (that Cairns pub incident) all depends where you were standing at the time, and regurgitates the patrons’ version of events. (.. a version i heartily disagree with ..) Rosemary also claims that management have declared they…

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Do the Nut Bush. Do the Funky Gibbon. Do the Expressive Chicken. Yah! Or .. Do the Motionless Standstill.It’s the latest craze.Mm-hm, the Stock-still (apparently).Would you believe the Very Slow Robot?The Freeze Frame? The Matrix Slow-Mo?Sigh! Will i ever live this down? Standing still on a dancefloor !?No way .. i wasn’t .. i didn’t…

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If you’ve just tuned in, i’ve been writing because my story appeared in newspapers around Australia (and Europe): cairns, brisbane, adelaide, sydney, melbourne, perth, tassie, england, the.uk, ireland and yes – sweden. (plus: front cover of cairns post! pdf 900kb) This was a bit of a buzz for me, especially as the story was faintly…

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Stating its reasons as public safety, the Japanese government is passing legislation to enforce fingerprinting for all foreigners. Vegetable Japan posts a strong protest, noting that all of the anti-civilian violence in Japan has been carried out by the locals rather than Gaijin. She believes that the government is using widespread fear to crack down…

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Today’s letter-to-the-editor writers suggest that the Liberal party hacks caught distributing fake pamphlets are another example of a party machine that is thoroughly “beneath contempt“. There’s plenty of community anger over this episode. Of course the wives knew nothing, and the heads of the party knew nothing. Just like the heads of the party knew…

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This quote from a reader in the UK (The Register): “In the UK he’d get a bullet in the brain, Canada tasered until he stops moving and US shipped off to Guantanamo? He should consider himself lucky.” Well honey, thanks for your blessings and the kind reminder. i really do consider myself lucky. i’m living…

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