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August 2015

These are entries collected from various blogs written by Australia's GLBTQ community. They are aggregated here to make it easy for you to follow the blogs and find those that are of interest. If your blog is not listed here please email Panther with your details.

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This post is for Andrew.

Which subway system is the largest: New York, Beijing or Shanghai?


Taken from this article.

I’m not the biggest fan of social media, I’m still blogging so I must be old school.

I have a personal Facebook account with like 800 friends which kind of sucks because people post sooooo much rubbish (like crappy videos that they report) that I never get to see what anyone is really up to and I’m not on it very much.  I have had a few work Facebook profiles but they seem to get shut down, I’ve had 2 or 3 accounts with the 5,000 limit of friends get shut down which is a pain.

A little while back I setup a whole new bank of social media stuff (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr) and I haven’t posted anything naughty on there and mostly it is just reposting stuff that I write here.  I still really don’t get the whole Twitter thing.  I did sign up to some famous peoples Twitter and I couldn’t believe the amount of crap that was on there – I couldn’t read 1% of it so I don’t follow

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I haven't participated in River's Sunday Selections for a bit. Here is this Sunday's contribution of a mixture of photos.

Work on the new building behind and attached to the old Albert Park Manor continues in a leisurely manner. As we can't find any mention of apartments for sale at this address, we assume it will return to being a boutique hotel.


I removed the cheap dvd player with a non functioning remote control.

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One day, when the continuing crises have passed, we'll be able to indulge in our shared hobby - Z gauge model railways.

Yes, this is Z.

Posted by NMRA on Friday, 28 August 2015



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This morning

The following is my submission to the current Senate Inquiry into whether there should be a referendum or plebiscite into marriage equality. As you can tell from the title of this post, I am strongly against both.

For more information, or to make your own submission, go here: http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Legal_and_Constitutional_Affairs/Marriage_Plebiscite

Committee Secretary

Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee

PO Box 6100

Parliament House

CANBERRA ACT 2600

legcon.sen@aph.gov.au

Saturday 29 August 2015

Dear Committee Members

SUBMISSION TO INQUIRY INTO “THE MATTER OF A POPULAR VOTE, IN THE FORM OF A PLEBISCITE OR REFERENDUM, ON THE MATTER OF MARRIAGE IN AUSTRALIA”

Thank you for the opportunity to provide this submission on the question of whether Australia should

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We hot footed it from the large city department store when I saw a shirt I liked the look of and the price tag showed $319. We returned to our much cheaper usual city department store. Why don't we use smaller shops? We do at times, if one can be found that does not have loud music blasting our ears and staff so cheerful and bouncy that they seem to have inbuilt springs.

Fortunately there was a sale in our favourite department store. Is there never not one? It took a while but eventually I bought a shirt I liked. You see, there is a lot to check.

First, nearly half the shirts can be discounted because they are tapered, or tailored as it is now described. While I think they look terrific on the right person, sadly where the shirt tapers in the middle, I go in the other direction. Do my bosoms look too big in this dear? Not a thing a man really wants.

Then there is the pocket. An older person must have a pocket for reading glasses. No shirt ...