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Posted 16 Nov 2011 @ 11:54am

Alright everyone move back a bit, it's getting crowded around here. According to our mate Google, the planet is approaching a population of seven billion human people persons. Seven billion and on the rise. That means we're chewing up Earth's resources faster than a hipster cleans out an Op Shop.




Earth is a sinking ship....

Posted 8 Nov 2011 @ 9:54am

I wanted to wait until both the metaphorical and literal dust had settled from the Occupy Melbourne protests before bashing out this column. It can be difficult to consider all the implications of a protest while it's at its emotional peak. In New York, where the Occupy brand started, the protests pulse on as many people are getting arrested despite their peaceful stance. In our...

Posted 25 Oct 2011 @ 3:27pm

My longest and best friend in the whole wide world called me up the other day. This was the conversation: 


Me: "Hey loser face."
Mate: "Sup?"
Me: "Nothing, what's going on with you?"
Mate: "I've got a favour to ask."
Me: "Go."
Mate: "You can say no."
Me: "That tells me I probably will."
Mate: "Well you can make some sweet...

Posted 6 Sep 2011 @ 2:38pm

In writing this column I must be honest about the fact that I have never taken a recreational drug in my life. The closest I've come to a psychedelic trip is the gentle sugar high of red cordial. So from an outsider's perspective I at least have no real bias towards condoning drug use, which is what I'm about to do.


Laws around drugs are intended to protect us, yet they...

Posted 31 May 2011 @ 3:15pm

It’s 3am on a Sunday morning at the Gin Palace. You’re smashed. The sexy person you just met and have been making out with for a while is smashed. You both agree to get in a cab, go home and have graceless drunken sex. Awesome.


It’s 3am on a Sunday morning at Madam Brussels. You’re smashed. The seemingly sexy person you just met and have been making out with for a while is...

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