Son's knocked these family favourites up for us for dinner ... correction, we do the fried onion with paprika potatoes, not their cheese version, but don't worry, in their fried version later, bacon bits go with them to -
It is good being a Baba, enjoying 'make & eat together' family comfort food (my task in the family production line tonight being playing, 'Snuggly, Buggly, In A Ruggly', with the Bub ), and sending vids back to the other Grandies O/S so they can see how much their treasures are treasured here.
Always good value commentary over at AdamD's Cat -
There’s Nothing Conservative About Renting Wombs
Posted on March 30, 2022 by kaysee
Last year, in an interview, Dave Rubin explained his transition from a left-leaning progressive to a free thinking classical liberal, and from there on, considering himself to be a conservative. He said:
What really is so beautiful about the conservative movement right now, is it is an extremely wide tent. . . . a pretty wide swath of people, and I’d say I fall more on the libertarian side of that.
Putin Blames the Leaders of Western Countries for Making Decisions That Lead to a Global Recession
"Step by step, they make one [decision] after another; they make decisions that push the global economy [into a] crisis, [into a] recession. They break up chains of logistics and supply; they increase inflation and inequality. They decrease [the] well-being of millions of people, [especially] in the poorest countries. And I am just sad about that. It could be leading to massive famine, and who's going to be responsible for that?"
I have heard that Midnight oil have cancelled their Darwin and Cairns gigs because Garrett has covid. It may surprise you to know that they aren't liked that much in the territory and northern Australia. Things may have changed with more public servants than ever before in the territory, but one night in Alice Springs where my relatively unknown little band had 700 through the doors of Bojangles, Midnight oil played down the other end of the mall in the Todd Tavern to 70.
So covid? Really? Do you have to be jabbed to go to these events in Darwin?
I loved the way Garret so thoroughly reminded people he was a privileged lawyer class wanker who played at being a musician, as soon as he took up politics and slipped so easily into his slimy lawyer mindedness.