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On my way to give a paper at a conference in Manly (Sydney, Australia). Hope the bed is comfy! 
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It looks like you took this from the back of a ferry or the side of a swimming pool
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The queen of the crime scene is back with a brand new season of mysteries.

Tune in to the third series of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries with Phryne, as she continues to solve crimes in the most unconventional way.

Tonight from 8.30pm on ABC TV.

ABC TV | http://ab.co/1EmgiEb
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I love this show! We've just been watching 1&2 on DVD.
Not least is the clever use of Melbourne's architecture but it is much more than that.
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How to make a quick and easy wave machine using tape, skewers and jelly babies
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How are America's Responsible Gun Owners preventing crime and tyranny this week? We bet there's just no end of stories of valiant crime-stoppers and freedom defenders to look at! Other Than That, Safety Class Went Great In ...
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How calm, thoughtful and endearing :)
A quick-thinking Emma Hayes knew exactly what to do when her best friend Dexter, 4, began to choke.
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Paranoid nutjob has an advisers position and is supported by Tony Abbott.

I just fixed the headline for them.
Climate change is a hoax led by the United Nations so that it can end democracy and impose authoritarian rule, according to Prime Minister Tony Abbott's chief business adviser.
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You'd have to be proud to have him as your son.
When Ben Moser met Mary Lapkowicz in the fourth grade, Ben always made sure she was included.
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Poor buggers.
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The Daily Telegraph allegedly portrayed her as "...a prostitute, a stripper, a bimbo, and a "deluded woman" for standing by a killer."

Now the Telegraph admits in court it was incorrect to say she's worked as a stripper and agree to pay $180,000.

Sooooooooooooo...is the headline "Deluded Bimbo Prostitute was not a stripper"?
Rachelle Louise has settled her defamation case against the Daily Telegraph, with the newspaper admitting it was incorrect to refer to her as stripper.
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I know it's not new news...but it's still good for a bloody good laugh.
My bigger concern is having nutters like this with nuclear weapons at their disposal and a coterie of advisers made up of their 'good ol' cousins'.

These people would fit right at home in Iran and North Korea.
That prominent Republicans cannot dismiss nonsense out of hand is becoming a serious problem for the party.
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Abbott: Just remember .... Size is not important.
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