This is the eulogy I gave at my sister Andrea’s funeral. ___________________________________________________________________ When someone is dying in your life, your mind plays old recordings of things they have said to you, stories they repeated and sayings they relied on in their day to day dialogue.  The human brain is a funny thing, in that it…

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The following is an extract published in a local paper of a letter my grandfather sent back from his posting in Jerusalem in WW1 Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser Thursday 25 April 1918 JERUSALEM THE OLDER TROOPER W. H. L. WYATT’S DESCRIPTION Mr. arid Mrs. W. G. A. Wyatt, of  ‘Red Cliff.’ Apple Tree Creek have just received a very…

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A couple of blokes, one from the Guardian, the other an ABC contributor talk about how the erasure of women is a good thing and that gender critical feminists are actually bigots and should STFU A Guardian journalist and a PHD student school a lesbian and woman of colour about women’s rights and how they…

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Hi, My name is Christine Edie Chehade, I blog and tweet under Edie Wyatt. I want to raise some concerns about Greg Jericho.   I graduated from Griffith University with a First Class Honours in Humanities in 1994 from the Institute of Cultural Policy Studies. My thesis “Policing Culture” took a then radical, and now…

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I am by nature grumpy and that has been well established. Before I went for my walk today my husband told me something in relation to the postal survey debate, that made me so angry, I thought my head would explode, and it involves Hummus. No, that is not a typo, no one called anyone…

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