Wednesday, 5 November 2014

…viewing the absence of good.

Goodness is something chosen. When a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man.
What good has Abbott done?

Shane with ballet Archive
Shane with ballet Archive

But more later in Wombat Droppings.

G’day Possums,

There was a get-together recently for those who were students at The Australian Ballet School celebrating its 50th Anniversary.
I was contacted by one woman who interested in the photographs on display wanted to know if I had any more. We met and I did, which I scanned for her. Then there was another contact expressing similar interest…. and then another. 
As there seems to be sufficient interest in the archive I have made over the years I have decided to scan the lot so people can view them like proof sheets.

Ballet Archive
As there are around 750 rolls of film, it will take some time.
More later….

I recently had occasion to visit a friend who has moved into Mt Macedon. It is a lovely place.

MT Macedon

MT Macedon

MT Macedon

MT Macedon

MT Macedon

MT Macedon
Wombat Droppings  or a small chronicle of the demise of egalitarian Australia and its descent into Fascism.

As I attempt write this I am listening to the eulogies for the memorial service of Australia’s greatest Prime Minister Edward Gough Whitlam.

There were standing ovations in the Sydney Town Hall when past Prime Ministers, Bob Hawke, Paul Keating and Julia Gillard entered…. and some applause for the present Prime Miniature, Rabid-the-Hun.

…..all I can do is to repeat the Anthony Burgess quote from “Clockwork Orange”, “Goodness is something chosen. When a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man.”

What good has Abbott done?

Perhaps the standing ovations symbolically represent the beginning of the end of this present dishonest, corrupt, venal , vicious and destructive  Liarbril rabble?

Vale Gough Whitlam, you made Australia great.
and this pretty much sums it all up:
 Pyne "The Whyne-and-Perfect-Prat-of-a-Prefect" has been bitching and tut-tutting on morning TV about the bad manners of booing "Rabid-the-Hun" and "Little Johnnie"Howard as they entered the service. It strike me Petals that what really hurt the Liarbrils is that the eulogies comprehensively demonstrated that they have not the intellect, passion or conceptual base to match Labor at its best. The booing was a primal expression of that understanding and of just how bereft of vision these faux tea-party minnows are.

Hoo-Roo Petals,

P.S. This is worth the read   

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