Some random questions

What do Schapelle Corby and John Howard have in common? (hint see Hansard page 54)

What is it about Northern Territory politicians and fridges?

Why didn’t  I realise that Miranda Devine  was right? [NB not work-safe]

About Ken Parish

Ken Parish is a legal academic, with research areas in public law (constitutional and administrative law), civil procedure and teaching & learning theory and practice. He has been a legal academic for almost 20 years. Before that he ran a legal practice in Darwin for 15 years and was a Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for almost 4 years in the early 1990s.
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6 Responses to Some random questions

  1. Steve Edney says:

    From the Corby link ” In March this year, Indian police burnt Schapelle Corby’s boogie board and the 4 kilos of marijuana found inside her bag”

    Indian?

  2. whyisitso says:

    Wimmin’s Studies 101: First semester Examination.

    Question One – Tick three of the items in their correct order:

    The point of Mr Parish’s item about Miranda Devine and Britney Spears is:

    1. Devine’s comments are not appropriate coming from a conservative. This sort of thing should be left to Anne Summers aho has a much deeper understanding of the evil commercial exploitation of the female body.

    2. Devine’s comments are not appropriate coming from an anglo. This sort of commentary should be left to Kaysar Trad who has a much deeper understanding of the shockingly impossible to resist temptations that these carnal matters present to young impressionable Islamic youth.

    3. Mr Parish is a pornophile who is indulging a favourite net surfing pastime.

  3. Kim says:

    4. “Britney Spears” plus you know what might be the most popular search term on the intertubes right now.

    – and you’ve just helped Ken boost his google ranking by mentioning her name, whyisitso :)

  4. David Rubie says:

    It’s much simpler than that. Howard/Corby/Spears all feign total innocence and/or love to shift the blame to anybody but themselves when something goes wrong. It’s an emporers new clothes metaphor. These people even believe they are doing the right thing. Living in denial, the whole lot.

  5. Gadget says:

    Fridges, Frogs and Roosters.

    All in a weeks news. The question really ought to be along the lines of what do Singapore, Roosters and Darwin have in common.

    Answer: People’s Alert Power.

    Or, what does the university, and the humanities wing have in common?

    Answer: One doesnt exist.

    Or, what does the university and the governemt have in common?

    Answer: An agreement.

    Perhaps they’ll put a rooster wing in the University instead.
    Area 31 or 39.

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