Category Archives: Competitions

CEOs bridging divides: the OECD and the little people

The OECD is getting pretty serious about bridging divides – you know righting the world’s injustices – that kind of thing. It’s making a difference. It’s probably thinking to itself “there’s got to be change” – or thoughts to that … Continue reading

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Adverse Action Lawyer wanted in Frijters versus UQ case

I am seeking a lawyer to run an Adverse Action case connected to the recent Fair Work Commission verdict that found systematic breaches of procedures and procedural fairness in the University of Queensland’s actions against me following my research on … Continue reading

Posted in Blegs, Competitions, Cultural Critique, Economics and public policy, Ethics, Inequality, Journalism, Law, Life, Media, Personal, Race and indigenous, Science, Social Policy | 10 Comments

Legal shockwaves following the dissection of the oath.

Following Nick and Rex’s tongue-in-cheek deconstruction of the ‘concept’ and ‘gravitational waves’, news has just come in that the oath witnesses take in Australia has been sliced into its fundamental constituents: perjury, utopia, and blasphemy. ‘It was quite easy to … Continue reading

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Click through and subscribe: Crikey! It’s on again: THIS OFFER MUST END (like the world … though the offer will end sooner)

Yes folks, the Crikey subscription is back at the top of Troppo for ONE WEEK ONLY as we’ve just been issued with the link – which will enable you to sign up. It’s here!. As aficionados will be aware, Troppo … Continue reading

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Crikey, it’s on!

Well folks, you heard the news late last week. The Troppo Crikey Subscription is on again. I’ve negotiated a rock bottom deal for Troppodillians. Again. Frankly the people at PrivateMedia never had a chance. But this year it was embarrassing. In fact … Continue reading

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  What is in the foreground of this picture. It is somewhere in Southern England around Salisbury.  The winning entry will fly first class to London to pick up the Troppo Mercedes Sports from the panelbeater – who’s had about … Continue reading

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Predictions versus outcomes in 2013?

In the last 5 years, I have made a point of giving clear predictions on complex socio-economic issues. I give predictions partially to improve my own understanding of humanity: nothing sharpens the thoughts as much as having to actually predict … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change, Competitions, Economics and public policy, Geeky Musings, History, Life, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Politics - international, Politics - national, regulation, Science, Society | 5 Comments