Day 91 (6 Mar) It is Wednesday, another work day, another rainy day. Showers, showers, showers. I know, there will come a time when we will want rain, just not now.
|Time for the bonsai, at 6.12am|
Wednesday evenings for the next three months will be interesting. I have a tute from 6-7.00, following a two-hour lecture. Most shots on this day then will be from 'inside the tute room' at 6.12pm; could be interesting.
|Tute 'about Japan', at 6.12pm|
Interesting machinations in politics in Australia today. The day starts with news that the Katter Party in Queensland was going to take on the volunteered services of some 40 people who are to become the 'shadow ministers'...outside parliament...you'd like to say this was odd but we must recall that present Premier Campbell Newman 'led' the Liberal National Party from outside the parliament, before becoming the member for Ashgrove. You set precedents...you take on consequences.
Just when we thought that would preoccupy netizens for the day, by evening, Victoria was up for a new premier. Our politics is a bit of a mess at the moment.
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Certainly, signs of things to come, today.