- NEWS.com.au | Voters throw Labor out (March 29, 2004) - that's pretty accurate, really. They didn't vote Liberal in, they voted Labor out. People didn't really want Dickhead Newman but they really didn't want Dickhead Quinn. / Brisbane City Council - Election 2004 results - result: we got one of two crap choices, with the added bonus of a potentially hung council for every major issue over the next few years. Shit.
- NEWS.com.au | New laws target domestic terror (March 29, 2004) / NEWS.com.au | Democrats question terror law motives (March 29, 2004). Actually that'd be terrorism, but who am I to change a fucking stupid habit of politicians and our media.
- Govt disregarded Redfern warning before riot: claim. 29/03/2004. ABC News Online:
Former New South Wales assistant police commissioner Clive Small has revealed he warned the State Government about problems in Redfern just three months before a violent riot erupted last month.
- Tax to be slashed by $10 billion, say economists - National - www.smh.com.au. "What a load of bullshit" say the rest of us.
- FOX SPORTS | Other Sports | Rule must be applied (March 29, 2004) / You made the team, I'm not asking you to stand down - Sport - www.smh.com.au:
Ian Thorpe has accepted the referee's decision and doesn't see any way that he can take part in the Olympic 400m freestyle after his disastrous false start.Now can everyone stop talking about this? He fucked up, he must be terribly disappointed, move on. For anyone who says he should be given a place anyway; he didn't race and he didn't qualify - he was disqualified for a false start. Imagine if he was put into the team despite this, then did a false start at the Olympics? He may not have done it before but shit happens.
- NEWS.com.au | Brawling fans cost Bulldogs points (March 29, 2004):
THE Bulldogs will be penalised four competition points over their fans' brawling at Friday night's game against the Roosters. But the penalty will be suspended - and imposed only if Bulldogs supporters are violent in the future.That seems a bit harsh - the club doesn't have direct control over its fans. They can try to enforce this with tighter security and encourage fans to keep it friendly (it is, after all, just a game); but ultimately if some pissed people in the crowd want to start a fight there is nothing the club can do to prevent that happening.
- Brush with fame - TvRadio - www.smh.com.au. BOOM! BOOM!
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