What a week it was. Indonesia was rocked by an earthquake, the banks did poorly and one gent immortalised himself with a phone charger.
Overnight, Bill Cosby was found guilty. While the man will see prison, his sentence might have to be taken as a small victory for his many alleged victims.
Friday. Wunderbar. Overnight, Telstra’s incompetence struck new levels, as 000 went down, Bill Cosby was kicked out of the Academy, and a drawn line became significantly smudged.
Friday. Sadly, it’s a bit of a sad one as we’re ever closer to understanding the end of Avicii, the scope of Bill Cosby’s evil and the lasting effects of total war.
Morning! As your coffee cools, the FBI has kicked down the door of Donald Trump’s lawyer, the bloke who nutted Tony Abbott was jailed and another visceral image met our peepers.
Our reaction to those responsible for sexual abuses in Hollywood has been admirable, but misguided. We should still enjoy art for art’s sake.
Public holiday Monday. It doesn’t matter, because you’re all still asleep. Trump assassinated by lobster, Bill Cosby wins Nobel Prize, Katy calls for Swift peace action.
With Bill Cosby formally charged with Indecent Assault, there are some who claim that justice is pointless, because minds are made up.
Rich Jackson’s Longreads this week bring us multiple rape cases in Bill Cosby and the University of Virginia, John Pilger on Julian Assange, and from Narrative.ly, how to befriend a mugger(!)