Monthly Archives: September 2015


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**Spring Reading Challenge – 1/9/15 – 30/11/15**

The Aussie Readers group on Goodreads has the **Spring Reading Challenge – 1/9/15 – 30/11/15**; Our Spring Challenge for 2015 is something a little different. Let’s have a Mini Book Bingo:) The Rules: #1. Read a minimum of two (2) … Continue reading

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** October Challenge – Let’s go Travelling! **

The Aussie Readers group on Goodreads has the October Challenge – Let’s go Travelling!; All of us dream of being able to travel – well, for October we are going to travel far and wide; through our books! Rules: #1. … Continue reading

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2015 Banff Mountain Film Festival Radical Reels

Radical Reels Tour The 2016 Radical Reels Tour will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Featuring 9 short films, 5 Australian Premiers and a bunch of hard core outdoor athletes including Alex Honnold, Cedar … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes‬ #206 – Onion Skin?

It is a telling commentary on the now concluded 24-month-old Abbott government that even after it has expired, hustled out of office by an urgent up-welling of frustrated colleagues, its brains trust is still making poor strategic calls. The latest, … Continue reading

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because it represented a soulless entity

❝ “That’s our job. We’re supposed to protect and defend the taxpayers.“ He smiled, and in the dark I wasn’t sure if the government man or Susan had been more intimidating, but for totally different reasons. One because it represented … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2015-09-14)

In brief: * Local Governments Crack Down On The Monstrous Evil of Tiny Free Lending Libraries (2015-Sep-10) [io9] … This is what conservatives and libertarians mean when they talk about overregulation disincentivizing or displacing voluntary activity that benefits people. We’ve … Continue reading

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