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  1. You're shocked that Wendy is an idiot?
  2. Ive just been watching the doco (almost at the end). I admit I was a little sceptical of some of the allegations being reported ... i always thought he was probably guilty of doing some things to some people, but once that idea is laid, its easy for others to suddenly also claim they were victims. Especially when people go to the press or make documentaries so long after the fact. I've seen other examples first hand of people claiming things for publicity or money. Like this doco - I still dont really understand the reasons for making it NOW. What is their end goal? BUT - after hearing these stories, its pretty clear how genuine they are, and how easy it was for the rest of the world to be fooled by this monster. I hope that this can make everyone more aware of the warning signs and a better understanding of how victims can be so manipulated that they dont even realise they are victims.
  3. Paul

    Maroon 5: most boring superbowl in history

    - hmm, you're just standing there singing bits of songs that some people might vaguely remember. Its really boring. - Oh, well what if i just progressively remove my clothes throughout the performance. People might not notice the boring music... - you think there's people in this country that havent already seen you without your clothes?
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    Maroon 5: most boring superbowl in history

    oh my, this is already the worst half time show ever. except for madonna's drummers that have returned.
  5. I came here expecting this to be about her.
  6. I'm sure they've done their market research, and know that its usually women who buy the razors for their husbands or sons. They've done focus groups and tests. They knew it would be 'controversial', which gets them A LOT of exposure without buying the ad time. But having said that, I think its a completely valid ad. For a brand that has traded on "The best a man can get", its entirely appropriate to explore this theme. Some people are saying it implies all men need to do better, not just the small percentage who treat women badly. But this misses the point - it is indeed every single man who can and should do better, because we can all do more to call out bad behaviour in others, which too often we walk past as if its someone elses problem.
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    The Weeknd

    homophobe and misogynist???
  8. a few good artists, but overall soooo boring. they almost seem embarassed to name them all.
  9. So, I remember Australia's cardinal George Pell once debated Richard Dawkins, and argued that only people that had faith had a moral compass for deciding what is right and wrong. So, yesterday Cardinal Pell was found guilty of "historical sexual offences" - he molested some boys back in the 70s or 80s - BUT due to a suppression order sought by his defence lawyers, the Australian press is not allowed to report that he was even found guilty. The Pope has quietly not renewed his appointment to his private council, but he remains a cardinal and holds some other position in the vatican. My oh my the evil that religion has done to this world.
  10. Paul

    Your top albums of 2018

    what a boring year for new music. The only album I was interested in was Robyn, and thank god it was brilliant.
  11. So Mr Mould removed the mold! Seriously, Fake or Fortune is one of my favourite shows. I love a good art mystery. I'm also in love with Fiona Bruce.
  12. Paul

    Trump / US politics thread 🚽

    The senates a bit funny because the seats up for election were those from six years ago, which was very strongly Democrat then, so even though the republicans picked up some seats, their support compared to the 2016 election is still lower I think. So if the trend continues, Democrats should get control of the senate back in 2 (or maybe 4) years. Some good news in Florida - even though the republicans won the governor race, in the future ex-felons will get back the right to vote, which currently unfairly discriminates strongly against minority groups, so expect more democratic support in next election. (Unless there are further unfair barriers introduced like voter ID cards). As crazy as Australia can get sometimes, I am so thankful that here every citizen has the right to vote. So, can someone explain - can the House get rid of a president?
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    Australia's political shambles

    I was reading quickly and thought this said "the Horizontal church".
  14. Paul

    Australia's political shambles

    It really didn’t matter what they decided today. They will be kicked out at the next election. Good riddance.
  15. Paul

    Australia's political shambles

    It’s a disgrace, showing us at our worst. These people get paid a fortune and carry on like selfish children. But, I wonder if other countries might wish it were a bit easier to get rid of their leader?
  16. In fairness, once you've been in business class, its very very hard to ever go back to economy.
  17. ... and now we have to put up with stupid arguments for another 3 months.
  18. Paul

    Chris Cornell Has Died

    Stunned. Saw him live about 10 years ago when he was doing his solo thing. Such a talent and such a loss to the music world. He had such a powerful and emotional voice.
  19. Paul

    George Michael thread

    Very sad and a real loss.
  20. i think you're right. The GOP will have told him to do exactly as they say, otherwise they will get rid of him.
  21. Dear America, what have you done?
  22. I dont really know why some people hate Hillary, but the best thing that will happen after she wins is that (hopefully) we wont need to ever see or hear Trump again. Goodbye.
  23. was it really deadly. I thought it looked like a tree snake? i like snakes (that cant hurt you).
  24. Paul

    Tony Blair, Chilcot report.

    I disagree with many of the criticisms in the report, for example: intelligence can never be 100% confirmed, so if we have to always wait until we were 100% sure nothing would ever happen even if the intelligence advice had been clearer that it wasnt certain and there were intel gaps, the decisions would still need to be made on the probability of risks so the decisions made may not have been any different some of the findings are subjective so don't really support a clear conclusion that an alternative approach would have been better. BUT: I really don't see the need for this inquiry at all. I would have thought that ever since Vietnam War, it was pretty clear that if you are going to war for ideological reasons without any thought about the practical impacts on the people in the country, and you don't have the widespread support of the people in the country, and you can't describe what a successful outcome is, and you have no exit strategy - then don't do it. When will we ever learn?