The latest obsession in the media is the number of young people who binge drink. It’s astounding how some old topics crop up from time to time. Nothing comes of the discussion. Nothing can come. Just a lot of hot air. Here’s more of it…
The U.S is just like Australia in that it wants a change, a break with the past. The free world suffered a major shock in 2001 when the Twin Towers were attacked by Muslim fundamentalists. This was a turning point in history.
What the world needs now is another diet, don’t you think? We have carbo-loaded in the Seventies which made us fatter. We low-fatted ourselves in the Eighties into obesity, low-glycemafied our systems into total confusion, not to mention more obesity. We Pritikined, Stillmaned, Atkinised and Zoned ourselves into morbid obesity. So where did that get … Continue reading Another Day, another Diet
There’s hardly a day that goes by when we aren’t bombarded with another medical report concerning the dangers of not getting enough sleep. We’ve been told that unless we get enough sleep we will become obese because the hormone that suppresses appetite is produced only during sleep. Lack of sleep leads to premature aging, loss … Continue reading Counting Sheep
On the long road from Brisbane to Sydney, you’ll find young Sarah Bishop. She’s busy running the 1000 kilometres for a good cause, as she told the reporter from the TV station on the 19th of this month. Her purpose is to bring attention to the problem of global warming. And she is even rotating … Continue reading A Convenient Cult