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Samsies

Posted on 19 October 2013

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Syrian Rebels Shoot Down Dumbo

Posted on 09 October 2013

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Politics

I Do Not Like Student Elections

Posted on 26 September 2013

(with apologies to Dr. Seuss) by Pete Green (with Lucie Cadzow and Phil Peters)   I do not like Student elections, I do not like Pointless selections, I do not like them On the campus, I do not like it When they canvass.   Even when They offer beer, Or to keep The car parks […] Continue Reading

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Jon Stewart on Crossfire

Posted on 10 September 2013

To celebrate its completely unneccassary return from a well-deserved cancellation, here is Jon Stewart destroying the last incarnation of CNN’s ‘Crossfire’. It’s ok though, the new one has Newt Gingrich. Continue Reading

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Internet, News & Opinion, Politics

The ALP That Could Have Been

Posted on 09 September 2013

Pete Green Editor in Chief @Dr_Green So the election is over and Tony Abbott is Prime Minister. Congratulations to him, as Jaymes Diaz proved, one does not simply fall into elected office in this country and he ran a well-managed campaign. The ALP has suffered a defeat that, while not as catastrophic as some had […] Continue Reading

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Politics

Election Predictions

Posted on 06 September 2013

Pete Green In anticipation of being too hung-over to function on Sunday morning, I’m going to try and address all possible outcomes now. Best-case scenario, somehow I pick a winner, which given the nature of the scenarios I’m about to outline isn’t much to get excited about. So here we go: some things that might […] Continue Reading

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Round and Round – Super Best Friends

Posted on 30 August 2013

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News & Opinion, Travel

Notes from The North: Part 1

Posted on 30 August 2013

The Difference the Atlantic Ocean can make on a Language Dave Macindoe Never to be confined to one enormous country, The Bucket charged me, your faithful correspondent, with exploring the great landmass known as Canada. Alright, so I was coming here for a student exchange anyway but that’s really just nit-picking. Over the coming several […] Continue Reading

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News & Opinion, Politics

General Purpose Election Catch-Up

Posted on 27 August 2013

Pete Green I am going to resist the temptation to be snarky and sarcastic with the opening of this piece, because much like a grown man defending his fondness for My Little Pony, sarcasm and evasion only makes the underlying situation sadder. We left you all alone for about three months. It wasn’t because we […] Continue Reading

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Science

Atomic Theory: It Really Matters

Posted on 09 June 2013

Dave Macindoe A pre-eminent scientist was recently asked what single piece of information he would preserve if some sort of Asimovian catastrophe destroyed all our scientific knowledge and only one idea could be preserved. The scientist neglected such profound insights as evolution by natural selection and instead favoured passing on the concepts of atomic theory […] Continue Reading

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