The images of a lonely Scott Morrison at the G7 shouldn’t be a source of laughter, as I believe he’s inadvertently achieved what he has long coveted: relatability.
There’s one question in a conversation we all fear: What do you do? However, in France, they’ve elevated small talk into medium talk. Let’s try that.
So elastic is the push to curb gang violence by outlawing conversation between different groups, that the proven innocent face risk of imprisonment.
I find the pub a venue not to meet people, but rather listen in on the conversations of others. In fact, within the pub setting are various fragile ecosystems.
The easy, casual nature of social media “unfriending” disguises the emotional damage of a click of the wrist.