Just a regular married father of three type of guy. Writer of Haiku, founder of www.DementiaJourneys.com and other bits and other bobs.
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- @MatthewBevan Chopper who? https://t.co/iI39pyEWty 1 hour ago
- @PatsKarvelas Didn’t K Rudd promise every Australian child a device during the GFC. Did that ever actually happen?… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 hour ago
- The latest The JRBSays Daily! paper.li/jrbsays?editio… Thanks to @cunningham_cch #auspol #lnp 2 hours ago
- Funny how @qanda got so much more enlightening after the politicians departed. Thanks panelists. 12 hours ago
- @JulianBurnside Meanwhile in America. twitter.com/realdonaldtrum… twitter.com/realdonaldtrum… 12 hours ago
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Category Archives: Random Musing
misogynist [mi-soj–uh-nist, mahy‐] noun: a person who hates, dislikes, mistrusts, or mistreats women. Misogynist is a word that has been heard a lot in this part of the world in recent years, but it only occurred to me on hearing it … Continue reading
Enough Is Enough lays out a visionary but realistic alternative to the perpetual pursuit of economic growth—an economy where the goal is enough, not more.
I write this after completing day one of Dry July, a fundraising challenge to not drink alcohol for the 31 days of july. Dry July raises funds to create better environments and support networks for adult cancer patients and their … Continue reading
I’m happy to receive the first copy of my book JRB’s Haiku Journey and even happier that I’ve already sold some! You can get a copy of the paperback or eBook versions here Smiles, love and laughter. John Belchamber
Alain De Botton’s List For Life has a lot to teach us about living well, be it in our business or personal lives, no matter what your philosophical or theological outlook is.
Pope Benedict XVI is now on Twitter (@Pontifex) although he doesn’t start tweeting until later this week. I confess to having a feeling that this will not end as well as he (and his advisors) may think. However, I welcome … Continue reading
Tony Abbott has today stated that his government would make refuges complete ‘community work’ in return for the basics they need to live. I can’t think where he got the idea for this solution, but it seems familiar somehow.