Like sand through the hourglass, this was another day in our lives. Well, seven. Tony Abbott got zinged, a Trump flunkie got sent to the slammer and a billionaire was murdered by schadenfreude. Standard.
Friday. Good lord. Overnight, our Navy clashed with the Chinese (sort of), one harsh regime relaxed slightly and one Uber driver put the rest to shame.
Happy Sunday! This week NZ made us look old, a very important bill cleared the first hurdle and one citizen took on the man…with bants!
Enough, already! This week saw the reemergence of blame in the results in the US election, the return of a 1990’s approach to stop piracy and the promotion of idiots on YouTube.
Morning, fellow students. What happened while you were asleep? Well, it rained, Trump complained and Uber will refrain…from leaving you alone. Think I pulled that off. No?
Oh, the week that was. Everything old is new again. Pauline Hanson, the Cold War and someone hitting the law where they don’t like it – in the stomach.
With witting or unwitting misinterpretation comes great danger, especially about the potential foreign policy of Donald J Trump.
The US foreign policy stereotype of “Democrats: good, Republicans: bad” is dead; so who’d be the most destabilising? And no, it’s not who you think – Nicholas Harrington