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inconvenient behaviour

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  • I hope so. I'm creating a word-midden in my back yard so the anthropologists of 12008 will have something to sift through. I buried a cantankerous there last night after I prodded the landlady with it.

    July 3, 2008

  • You have a big head start as far as survival of the wordiest is concerned bilby. You may be the precursor of an Australian species of super wordies.

    July 3, 2008

  • True palooka, but we're starting from a low base. My neighbour only descended from the trees last week.

    July 3, 2008

  • I understand bilby that the city of Darwin is rapidly evolving since people naturally select it.

    July 3, 2008

  • This makes me angry.
    It's a good thing I don't live in Sydney, I'd probably be arrested.

    July 3, 2008

  • Lol, I live in Darwin! I'll send you a postcard of our uranium mine, dc.

    July 3, 2008

  • I wonder what would be considered "offensive" on a t-shirt? A picture of Darwin, perhaps? Hope not...

    July 3, 2008

  • "TONY JONES, PRESENTER: Under new regulations in New South Wales police, people can be arrested or fined for what's termed inconvenient behaviour during the Catholic World Youth Day celebrations.
    The rules were introduced without explanation or debate and they include a five and a half thousand dollar fine for wearing an offensive t-shirt.
    PHILIPPA MCDONALD: The new laws are in force until the end of the month and they're designed to ensure that World Youth Day rituals like this one are in no way disturbed. Critics though say it's a ludicrous over-reaction imposed with no explanation or debate.
    MORRIS IEMMA, NSW PREMIER: You obey the law. And people who break the law are dealt with by law enforcement.
    PHILIPPA MCDONALD: In this case being annoying or creating inconvenience could constitute breaking the law."
    - 'Youth day regulations provoke community outrage', Lateline, abc.net.au, 1 July 2008.

    July 3, 2008