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PoliticsOz march2013

I painted PoliticsOz1march2013 this week Update Yesterday I painted these three

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Merry Christmyth

Merry Christmyth I can’t but agree. ‘The Atheist Foundation of Australia wishes the non-religious and religious alike a very merry Christmyth season. Many people are unaware that the tradition is drawn from celebrations surrounding the pagan Saturnalia and was usurped by Christianity around the 4th Century CE. The alleged story of the character Jesus is […]

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New baby!

Alex and Karey are having a baby. I am to be a grandfather. Chris

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PM Gillard: Her Rights at Work

Her Rights at Work (R-rated version) The Political Persecution of Australia‚Äôs First Female Prime Minister By Anne Summers AO Ph.D 2012 Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture “Good afternoon everyone and thank you for coming along to hear me. It is a great honour for me to have been invited to deliver the 2012 Human […]

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May Day march

May Day March Adelaide from left Brian Mowbray, Ron Barklay, John Scott, Tom uren and Chris White

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Attack

Readers of this blog are informed that I am annoyed that this blog has been maliciously attacked, deliberately deleting the content of some 600 posts. By whom..? I have to more securely protect this blog.

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APHEDA Canberra fundraiser

Please join us on Wednesday 24 February 2010 after work. Come in anytime after 6pm to 11pm for a fundraiser for APHEDA at the Ostani Lounge Bar and Restaurant, Hotel Realm, National Circuit, Barton for vino y tapas. Build support for APHEDA Union Aid Abroad projects in Zimbabwe and South Africa. This is the first […]

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Vietnam holiday 2010

A holiday in Vietnam. A first visit for us both. 2-weeks January 2010 leave, with the Lonely Planet guide. Vietnam lived up our to our expectations and stories we heard. I like to start with cities. So for those who have not been to Vietnam, this introduction is as a tourist, inner-city Ho Chi Minh […]

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Post-Impressionism

First visit to Masterpieces from Paris at the National Gallery of Australia. Post-Impressionism from the Musee d’Orsay. Canberra’s National Gallery is worth seeing at any time. I spend more time there as I have been learning to draw and paint at lessons at the ANU School of Art as an external student and enjoying it […]

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