Monday Forum: March 25, 2019

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  1. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    I hereby declare this thread closed in respect for the traditional blog owners

  2. Muddy

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
    #2971792, posted on March 27, 2019 at 5:14 pm
    I take it that will be changing?

    I think so. It seems to be more centred around ‘the feelz.’ I think there may be one or two female sections in a couple the Inf Bn’s already. Also it will probably be made mandatory for everyone to march in full uniform at annual Oxford St vomit parade in March. Marching on ANZAC Day will become a ‘chargeable offence.’

    Weapons are to be redesigned so that they appear less phallic, have a diversity of shapes, and can receive as well as deliver, kinetic energy.

  3. amortiser

    What an afternoon in the Federal Court!!

    Murdoch for JCU continued their defence setting out the dreadful conduct perpetrated by Dr Ridd.

    When he got to the matters about Ridd’s appearance on the Jones Show on Sky the Judge intervened.

    Ridd had criticised the trustworthy ness of research at the AIMS and JCU saying it lacked quality assurance, proper checking and replication.
    JCU said that this was denigration of colleagues and the university and constituted a breach of conduct.

    Judge Vasta then said that he would have expected to see submissions from JCU showing how they had addressed the issues raised or what processes were in place that cantradicted Ridd’s statement.
    He said that there was none of that.

    He said that he was telling him this to be fair. He said that he didn’t want him to see this view for the first time in reasons for his judgement not that this was his definitive view just yet.

    Murdoch didn’t seem to have his heart in it. The bench pounded him on the allegations of breaches of confidentiality and derogatory words.

    When Murdoch stated that the action taken against Ridd had nothing that do with him having differing scientific views, Stewart Wood SC for Ridd burst out laughing and was admonished by the Judge probably a bit tongue in cheek.

    The case will conclude tomorrow according to the Judge.

  4. Helen

    Congrats to Calli for her wonderous anniversary and to Tinta’s imminent birthing.

  5. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Some of you women are extraordinarily credulous.

    Am not so. I know Calli isn’t preggers. So it’s an anniversary; thought so, from the restaurant bit.
    If Bespoke is preggers, tell him I don’t recommend natural childbirth, especially bad for blokes. 🙂

    As for the Wran girl, rock bottom is a very bad place to leave your child and for each child that place is different and must be determined by people who know and care about them. Rock bottom is often when the young ones die. I’ve met many grieving parents who wish they’d never heard the word. Some versions of tough love can be too tough and counterproductive. Pick up before then, Jill. It sometimes takes quite a few goes, but show her your love never ends. Help by discussing a way forward.

    Seen it work, Dr. BG.

  6. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Lizzie, gush over him then tell us more about the olive trees.

    Gush? Gush? You don’t know me, Dr. BG and one day, if you ever do, you can regret that term . The olive tree is now well-staked, thank you. I can cut you a branch off it any time you’d like to offer it back to me.

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