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The Earley Edition has officially moved to My dot com, that is. Thanks for joining me.

Thursday, August 04, 2005


The to-do list has made a comeback in my 'organised' life. I've found it helpful when I do what needs to be done, but sometimes I don't like to know what I haven't done... Things are getting out of hand however, when the last four days have included a leftovers-from-saturday dot point as a to-do item. Tomorrow is Friday, and hopefully last weekends leftovers will be done by the time another weekend rolls around. Leftovers made me think of food and, without giving you a picture of a half-finished plate of food, I thought of this pic, which is as good as.

In the news

  • NEW ANTI-TERROR UNIT REVEALED - The first ever operation of this new special forces unit? Shooting an innocent Brazilian eight times at close range, primarily in the head. Good start.
  • NEW PRESIDENT FOR IRAN - Mahmood Ahmadinejad is now the man in Iran. While I am a poet, I am sure it was also music to Ayatollah Khamenei's ears to hear his speech "punctuated by cries of "Death to America, Death to Israel" from regime officials at the ceremony". Ahmadinejad also "indicated that he is ready to work with any country that does not show animosity towards Iran". Because wanting death for Americans and Israelis is in no way a threatening gesture.
  • saturday leftovers
  • AUST HOME TO TERROR SUSPECTS - Up to 60 suspected Islamic extremists are being 'watched' in Australia. It's a fine line between rights and protection, but the blame will fly thick and fast if any of those being watched actually DO anything. As Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty says, "“We are not focused on the Islamic community per se." No, just completely as the term we used, Islamic extremists, would indicate

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