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Back at work since Monday. Column now due. No posts planned. Launch into the open thread!
Well I’m hard at work planning the final chapter of the thesis. Planning that is, not yet writing. Anyone who has written such a thing before is welcome to offer advice as to how to reconcile that big idea you had three years ago with the blank pieces of paper in front of you as the deadline closes in.Posted by Villeurbanne on 2008 04 03 at 09:43 AM • permalink
Oh my, as we are on the INTERNET, this sounds like global threadening.
Shall we pray to Lord Goreacle™, or PACO Enterprises?Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2008 04 03 at 09:43 AM • permalink
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#2 – you get more done around the house and yard when a thesis/exam/report is falling due.Posted by surfmaster on 2008 04 03 at 09:47 AM • permalink
Do as I enviro say, not as I do. Green hypocrisy in Toronto–another Earth Hour success story.Posted by andycanuck on 2008 04 03 at 10:00 AM • permalink
Oh geez. Three posts a day. And Tim needs to cut back?
Owww. Andrea, for the hundredth time. Don’t hit me with that paddle. You evil woman.Posted by wronwright on 2008 04 03 at 10:18 AM • permalink
#9—It’s the classic political maxim, “If we’ve lost the brutal machete-wielding thugs, we’ve lost the nation…”
WTF is that Sharia ad in the corner?Posted by richard mcenroe on 2008 04 03 at 11:18 AM • permalink
#3 Shall we pray to Lord Goreacle™, or PACO Enterprises?
Pray to PACO Enterprises that they get your Progressive Anal Communications Obliterator shipped before Tim comes back, or you’ll have to share. He’s too cheap to buy his own. (Sorry, Tim.)Posted by Deborah Leigh on 2008 04 03 at 11:36 AM • permalink
- here is the late breaking news in my area
#3 stolen!and this happened just .2 miles from my house. i tell you, the neighbourhood has just gone to the dogs
Tim’s doing a column, we get an open thread. Anybody get the feeling the next time we hear from Tim we’ll see him covering the sale of the Russian Far East to the United States live in Vladivostok?Posted by mythusmage on 2008 04 03 at 01:18 PM • permalink
Meanwhile in Zimbabwe:
Robert Mugabe is ready for a runoff in Zimbabwe’s presidential election, a government spokesman insisted today, quashing any opposition hopes that the veteran leader will concede defeat.
And so the armless, legless knight looks up at King Arthur and says, “Alright. We’ll call it a draw.”
Everyone ordered their copies of the outstanding Outside The Wire yet?
Anybody seen the Beast of Blair Manor lately?…
- #15 here is the late breaking news in my area
#3 stolen!I know what #1 is and I know what a #2 is.I’m very afraid to click on that link and discovery what a #3 is…Posted by Mr. Bingley on 2008 04 03 at 02:28 PM • permalink
- A little something for the pacos of this world
http://youtube.com/watch?v=criFYXM4srYPosted by Gary from Jersey on 2008 04 03 at 02:51 PM • permalink
Man, am I in the wrong profession…
Trust me, I could handle this job…
- So I’m over in NZ again working with the bloke who was ops manager at Woomera detention centre for a while. Some interesting observations…
He reckons riots were very common. The place was run like a battalian, they had a recce section and an intelligence section, and that’s exactly how the detainees organised themselves.
So the federal government organised a bit of a media stunt where a busload of women and children were taken into the township of Woomera (which is a fully maintained ghost town – but that’s another story) to the little zoo so that the media could see them having a nice time, and the minute they got off the bus the women got down on their hands and knees to eat the grass of the lawn, claiming they were being starved at the detention centre. Media laps it up, the staff just laughed. A propaganda war.
When he first arrived there the bloke he was taking over from showed him around, including the scar all the way up his spine from where he’d been captured during a riot and tortured.
Saddam’s little brother was there apparently. He was accompanied at all times by a retinue. One of these blokes approached the ops manager and said “You give me shoes or I cut my throat” and this was greeted with skepticism, but he did it.
When the riots were on the manager used to get the airforce to buzz the place with the two Hercules aircraft that were stationed at the nearby airfield, and because most of the detainees were military trained, the riot would cease because they would all go to ground.
Anyway. More snap shots from other than MSM sources.Posted by ooh honey honey on 2008 04 03 at 03:16 PM • permalink
Humans gathering in large numbers is my contribution to this open thread.
If Traceeeee hasn’t slashed her wrists yet, why not?
Australia ‘reverting on climate change’
April 03, 2008 03:48pm
THE Australian delegation to climate change talks in Bangkok has turned the clock back to the Howard era by failing to back binding greenhouse targets, environment group Greenpeace says.
Negotiators from more than 160 nations are taking part in the first round of UN-led talks since last December’s Bali meeting to advance plans for a new global greenhouse treaty.
According to Greenpeace activists in Bangkok, Australian delegation leader Jan Adams yesterday reverted to Howard government rhetoric of supporting US-style, long-term aspirational goals rather than binding targets.
“The Australian delegate suggested that a post-2012 commitment period shouldn’t have binding emission reduction commitments, it should be aspirational,” Greenpeace spokesman Paul Winn said from Bangkok.Posted by Mystery Meat on 2008 04 03 at 05:05 PM • permalink
THE PEOPLE’S 20/20. Come to Catallaxy and put your suggestions in the 20/20 Suggestion Box.
For example under social inclusion we have the suggestion to eliminate all public instrumentalities that are concerened to advance the interests of particular groups based on gender, race or ethnicity.
Under productivity, we have the suggestion to restore AWAs.
Under creatity we have the suggestion to limit arts grants to short-term contracts, with the results of the grant made public.
- You mean you’ve been off bludging since January?
Depends on the cutout… noone stole Kevvie from Parliament House on that Friday… but then again, it’s hard to tell the two apart – cardboard Kevvie or the other one, the one the Libs had.#20
Did you hear Desmond Tutu waxing lyrical about the good that Mugabe has done for Zim? This piece on the situation in Zimbabwe, quoting the “players”, doesn’t give the quote of Tutu where he says, paraphrased, “Mugabe should step down now so that we can remember the good he has done….”
And it’s been announced that the “runoff” will happen in Zimbabwe.
“You give me shoes or I cut my throat” and this was greeted with skepticism, but he did it.
Not deep enough, not far enough.
Just the kind of people we should welcome into Aus.
#7 – Ash, I think “Back at work SINCE monday” means he went back this week. And I bet he will enjoy this weekend like no other!
Congrats Tim on making sufficient recovery to return to work. Another milestone. Or is that millstone?
Topics so far covered for those late to the thread:
1. Concluding chapter in thesis. (try repeating the first one but with the sentence order reversed.)
2. Earth hour. (Funny how they spend more time talking about how great they did during ONE hour, but not if it changed how they acted during every other hour.)
3. Paddle spanking. (wronwright and his fantasies. Enough said.)
4. Mugagbe. (I did win, just let me count those votes again. I think he finally lost because rampant inflation drove up bribery prices above his bank balance! And Desmond Tutu is still a dickhead.)
5. Dog cuddles. (Hey, don’t turn this into lefty’s blog.)
6. Sharia is great ads. (Spend those oil bucks brother!)
7. Earnhart in cardboard worth $500.00. Stock in GE worth less.
8. Book vendors unite!
9. Some random youtube clip.
10. More spanking. See what he did?
11. Muslims want more grass.
12. Group hugs.
13. Australia does the Garnaut sums and doesn’t aspire so much anymore.
14. 2020 gets rafed.
15. Rudd is a complete WANKER!
Seriously embarassing. Bring him home before my cringes become permanent scars.
- Touching footage of our Dear Leader on the TV this morning. The camera caught him standing on his own in a crowded room in Bucharest, looking like a new kid in the playground, searching for a friendly face.
Eventually his face lit up and he saluted towards someone out of shot.
The camera followed Mr Rudd as he moved quickly across the room to fawningly greet his new friend, President George Bush.
Seems like being Deputy Dawg to Bushitler is no longer distasteful for the ALP.
- Tutu’s crazy:
The former Anglican archbishop Tutu, once dubbed by Mr Mugabe as “that evil little bishop”, said the veteran Zimbabwean leader could have had a fantastic legacy had he stepped down a decade ago. “He did a fantastic job, and it’s such a great shame, because he had a wonderful legacy. If he had stepped down 10 or so years ago he would be held in very, very high regard.”
#2 What’s the subject, Villeurbanne?Posted by Wimpy Canadian on 2008 04 03 at 06:19 PM • permalink
#6 Yeah, I enjoyed that story too, Andy 🙂Posted by Wimpy Canadian on 2008 04 03 at 06:20 PM • permalink
In today’s national broadsheet, a newspoll shows the left leaning ex teacher Premier of Qld extending her party’s lead over the invisible and incompetent opposition led by the salvation army tea boy Worrence Spwingbord.
You just can’t imagine any other important aspect of life that could be run so abysmally, except for Queensland Rugby.
#10 Ross, so true. Even the rats are abandoning ship.Posted by Wimpy Canadian on 2008 04 03 at 06:26 PM • permalink
Have a look at this and try to spot the glaring errorPosted by Pig Head Sucker on 2008 04 03 at 06:36 PM • permalink
#36 Peter m. The Rudd salute was embarrassing. The scene leading up to that salute was simply sad. Not at Youtube yet, but just before the salute Rudd was standing alone and ignored in the middle of the room, rubbing his hands together, looking very much like an uninvited and unwanted guest. He then spied someone he knew – Bush – and saluted. Bush must have politely acknowledged Rudd, who then rushed across the room to him. Can’t say Bush looked pleased. He was at a NATO meeting to talk to NATO leaders and he suddenly has in his face this annoying prat from Australia who only wants to talk about China.
The news said NATO didn’t adopt Rudd’s grand plan for Afghanistan (a celebrity 2020 summit chaired by Angelina Jolie and Kein Rudd?), preferring to go with its own. So it looks like Rudd utterances about “taking a leading role in Afghanistan” was so much horse shit. And as Mystery Moat points out at #31, the claimed “leading role on climate change” isn’t impressing the other warmanistas.
Think the rest of the world is doing what the Australian media won’t do and that is let all the gas out of Rudd.
Catallaxy refuses to let me comment – says I have the wrong username – so I’ll put my comments here:
Future directions for the Australian economy.
Repeal the Tax Act in toto and replace it with Estonia’s.
Future security and prosperity in a rapidly changing region and world.
Make breach of the citizenship oath a criminal offence.
Future of Australian governance.
Introduce US-style primaries for selection of candidates for political office.
Population, sustainability, climate change and water.
Water: Require States to construct a minimum level of dam capacity per head of population per unit of time.
Graph these figures and see what the curve looks like:
Reservoir volume (10³m³) constructed per million population
Reservoir volumes –
ICOLD Dam Register 02, Australian National Committee on Large Dams Incorporated
ABS, Australian Historical Population Statistics (3105.0.65.001).
Towards a creative Australia.
Privatise the ABC and SBS.Posted by s.r.intulom on 2008 04 03 at 07:35 PM • permalink
Krudd’s lip-licking has not gone unnoticed. I think there may be a clip or two on you tube where Chaser or some other show did a lick count. How many times he licked his lips in three minutes or something.
I reckon he licks his lips even more these days because after he got sprung chewing on his ear wax, he realised he couldn’t risk doing that in public any more. So, to continue with his daily wax-fix, he grinds his fingers into his ears every morning, then spreads the wax over his lips like a normal person would spread lip balm. That way he can eke out the pleasure all day by way of constant lip licking. mmmmmmmmmmmm
“Hellooo Mr. Frog!” called the scorpion across the water, “Would you be so kind as to give me a ride on your back across the river?”
What is the message sent by Beijing in sentencing the human rights activist Hu Jia to three and a half years in jail? A decision of this magnitude and its timing, just as the Olympic flame has started its journey around the world, doesn’t happen by accident…
…It is a mark of Hu’s determined character that the effect was not to silence him but to broaden his critique. The joint manifesto which he published last September with fellow activist Teng Biao is a remarkable document which ranges from the way that houses have been destroyed without proper compensation for the Olympics to the torture of Falun Gong followers in jail – and it deals with repression in Tibet too.
…and last week:
A Chinese dissident who dared to claim that human rights were more important than the Olympic games was sentenced to five years in prison yesterday after being found guilty of subversion.
Yang Chunlin, an unemployed former factory worker from Jiamusi, Heilongjiang province, was accused of accepting money from hostile foreign organisations, writing critical articles, and organising a petition on behalf of farmers who lost their land to developers. The petition, which was circulated last year, declared: “We don’t want the Olympics, we want human rights.” According to Yang’s family, it was signed by 7,000 to 8,000 people.
This is going to be the best Olympics since 1936.
IOC pleased with China censorship pledges
Gee, that’s swell!
Trust the IOC to make the management of Formula One look like upstanding citizens.
And what do we get for turning a blind-eye?
AUSTRALIA’S mining giants have been blackballed from selling iron ore into the lucrative Chinese daily spot market, in a dramatic escalation of their battle to extract more value from the world’s most powerful steel industry.
The boycott is being orchestrated by industry arms of the Chinese Government. It may have already cost Australia as much as $300 million in export profits, Australian mining sources say.
Call it a boycott, or merely an inability to stomach the whole thing, but I won’t be watching the games. That slimy creep Kevan Gosper and his mates can all go fuck themselves.
It’s time the West drew a line in the sand with China, about a great many issues, as our current approach clearly hasn’t made it’s unelected government any nicer.
Quote of the century goes to…
The Czech president, Vaclav Klaus, says those who voted to give the Games to China should not now be surprised that “China is what it is”.
Regardingthis article, I wrote to News two hours ago to tell them that the following para if fallacious:
“Mr Rudd is seen saluting the President in acknowledgment, bringing to mind Mr Bush’s description of former prime minister John Howard as his “deputy sheriff”.”
Bush never NEVER described Howard as his deputy sheriff. On the contrary when the proposition was put to him by a reporter he disageed with that characterisation.
I’ve also written to Andrew Bolt to point out the error – to his shame he has not published my comment – doesn’t want any criticism of his employer I suppose.Posted by Pig Head Sucker on 2008 04 03 at 08:53 PM • permalink
The Rudd stories are interesting.
Remember when we were told that Asia would not deal with us, versus the current snubbing of Japan? I can only hear crickets chirping on that one.
Rudd, the child of the left supporting a regime that has real human rights violations. Where are the papier mache heads in protest?
Saluting the POTUS and offering advice to Billary? Where are the howls about interfering in foreign politics? Of being a lapdog?
During WWII, the British people were short of everything, including lard.
A certain Moonie Ponds housewife, now Dame and Mother of The Nation, arranged for her house to be a Fat For Britain Depot. Collected mutton fat was put in jars and shipped back to Blighty to the delight of the beseiged poms.
Given current shortages, perhaps Earwax for Our Dear Leader should be collected at central points. Even the kiddies seem keen. An opportunity to do some real good for someone truly in need. It would make one feel good to think that every time Kev has a chew a valuable and nutritious resource has been recycled, rather than just wiped on a cotton bud or hanky.
Perhaps schools could be involved. Each morning, instead of putting change in the mission boxes to be sent to buy a goat in the poor countries, kiddies could have a morning dig and place their contribution in a blowie proof glass jar. At the end of the month, the school that has collected the most crud might be rewarded with a new computer, a carbon credit or Garrett could come and plant a tree.
#36 – re Rudd. Seems to me like poor old Kev was reliving high school and uni parties where he snuck in uninvited, was duly ignored by the cool kids and then was ecstatic to find someone he knew. Must be a huge comedown from the adulation he recieved from kiddies all over the country during the election campaign. Overall a pretty good picture of what kind of loser we have as PM.
I bet Therese still thinks he’s cool.
Fairly impressive that even after all he has been through, Tim has been able to maintain his column.Posted by Margos Maid on 2008 04 03 at 09:55 PM • permalink
Bolt has a good post on the press gallery’s fawning over Rudd at NATO as well as that stomach-churning salute.Posted by Art Vandelay on 2008 04 03 at 10:00 PM • permalink
I’m convinced that Kevin is the Nazi from Raiders of the Lost Ark.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 03 at 10:10 PM • permalink
I note that Traceee’s protests about interference with her channel seemed to stop just as soon as they brought in the heavy machinery.Posted by Margos Maid on 2008 04 03 at 10:32 PM • permalink
Kevin Rudd – 5 Star General of the Chess Club.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 03 at 10:33 PM • permalink
#74 – A protest regarding her loose fillings and chipped dentures is just around the corner.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 03 at 10:35 PM • permalink
Actually, tell me Rudd is not the image of an old lesbian.
Did Nova FM make a fuss about Earth Hour?
Because I rode past their offices at 6.30am (00:00 dark-hundred to the rest of you) and every light in their building was ablaze…. but almost every desk was empty.
Just wondering…. I never listen to them, so I wouldn’t know what they have been backing.Posted by mr creosote on 2008 04 03 at 11:28 PM • permalink
The headlines and comments by the Australian media collected by Andrew Bolt (Art’s link at #70) are somewhat ironic in that they have come out of Romania. A propaganda machine in communist Romania placed Nicolae Ceausescu in the middle of some of the great moments in history, such as the Russian revolution when he wasn’t.
Former journalists turned propagandists Grattan and Shanahan are doing the same with Rudd. Expect they were also those claiming it was Rudd who stopped Japan’s humpback kill when we now know that Rudd had never spoken to the Japanese PM on any topic. The Rudd salute TV footage reveals the truth. He would not have been that sad figure standing alone in the middle of the room if he was a man of influence.
- Part 2
Grattan and Shanahan’s respective employers should be asking serious questions about who these two are working for – the newspapers or Rudd? If I was an editor I would be very concerned that Grattan and Shanahan would cover up a great story or alert Labor if they thought it was going to damage Rudd.
The NATO summit has been a resounding sucess for Rudd. All of the European leaders and George. W. Bush said they would love to catch up with him when they are next in Vienna.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 03 at 11:51 PM • permalink
I’m no longer much of a magazine reader, but this looks interesting.
#83 – “I am a 44-year-old avid hunter and saltwater fly fisherman. I also like a great bottle of wine and 700 thread-count cotton sheets on my hunt camp bed.”
Sounds like Country Life for bourbon drinkers.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 04 at 12:03 AM • permalink
ABC Drive host will be talking about
is there a recession coming?
How will people cope who don’t remember the last one in the early 90s…
Well, I’m pretty sure that the ones gobbing off on the radio about the ‘coming recession’ (who were reminiscing about it), voted for Cerumen Rudd and his mob.
Your one-stop online bogan resource.Posted by Margos Maid on 2008 04 04 at 01:15 AM • permalink
So the Australian Media are embracing the “R-word” are they? The US mainstream Media and the Democrats (but I repeat myself) have them beat: they’re are throwing “Depression” around like a Frisbee.
Of course, it’s an Presidential election year, so outrageous hyperbole is the name of the game…Posted by Spiny Norman on 2008 04 04 at 01:52 AM • permalink
Snappy fella at Carmor Plains NT
Photos taken last week, about 50 metres from the house
#91 – I trust your sporting a lovely new belt and pair of boots. And I’ll bet the missus handbags a real beaut.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 04 at 02:14 AM • permalink
#93 – Bit scary having them around the house, but it does keep the German tourist numbers down.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 04 at 03:21 AM • permalink
Earth Hour ok. Earth Weekend shit.Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 04 04 at 03:35 AM • permalink
“Hellooo Mr. Frog!” called the scorpion across the water, “Would you be so kind as to give me a ride on your back across the river?”Nailed it.
Small wonder he’s friendless in his own political party, and OS, it seems.#50
He comes from a life of making pleasant speeches in bureaucratic environments where everyone smiles and nothing gets done.
We (former) public servants recognise the dick’s adminisphere-speak the moment we hear it … deplorable.
Bulgarian Idol, Mariah Carey’s “Ken Lee”, in English… , truly awful.
Look out Charo.
The Rudder won’t catch the crazy frog …
’specially down the swamp
- Michael Fullilove (now there’s a name to conjure with, but, like most folks with such jocularity-inducing names he’s probably heard them all before) is an admirer of the new PM. I heard him interviewed on the ABC the other day, now here he is in the SMH saying similarly profound things about Kevin and the Alliance.
”… there is good evidence that, with its embrace of the Bush Administration, the Howard government was loving the alliance to death.”
You have to read the whole thing to get the complete mess of potage flavour. I laughed during the radio spot when he said what a marvellous Foreign Policy speech Rudd had given (before his departure) to a lot of similar policy wonks who loved to soak up every nuance and complexity of diplomatic manoeuvering – and then described the speech as “crunchy”. He uses the same nuanced and subtle word painting in this article.
He took some snaps.
OK Perview is my fiend, if it doesn’t work it’s not my fault.
Did it work this time?
it says it in black and white …
Frank Devine reports: Make love, eat whale and ignore WWF Kremlin’s orders, apart from the Satanic glow emanating from a couple of houses where Japanese families were eating whale omelets by the light of blubber.Posted by stackja1945 on 2008 04 04 at 07:34 AM • permalink
- #116 Kae:
I am assuming that you are trying to link to an image in your personal album at Photobucket.
If so, try this:
Under the target image in your Photobucket album, click on the box to the right of the “Direct link” panel. A momentary yellow “Copied” message indicates that you have copied the link to your clipboard when you clicked on the box.
Back here at Timblair, paste that copied link into the first box that comes up when you click the “Links” button.
Hope that helps. If not, just tell me to piss off and mind my own business. I’ll go quietly.
last chance (following Skeeter’s destructions).
- #127 Kae, not sure what’s happening there.
I have just tried it as outlined in #125 with one of your favourites.
With Photobucket still open, I right-clicked on the red link in Preview, clicked “open in new tab” and the chosen image opened in a new tab.
All these wonderful things come to pass in Firefox.
but we won’t get fooled again
- Kae, looking at the element properties in your link at #130, the last part of the path is:
This seems to be taking us to your album, not to the target slide show.
This is different from the last part of the Direct Link you emailed to me.
I have copied and pasted the Direct Link from your email here, and it works fine in Preview.
Are you sure you are clicking the Direct Link button when you copy to your clipboard?
Or maybe all these wonderful things only come to pass in Firefox?
Anyway, I agree with Pogs. It’s a bloody good slide show and well worth the trouble.
What is Kiwi baked beans …
- Skeeter, I did what you said to do, and the link it made is at #130.
The link takes you to the main log in page for photobucket, not to the slide show.
Not to my page.
My photobucket account name is kae_album, that’s why it’s there in the path, the slideshow is a photobucket slideshow.Did any of the links I emailed to you work?I’ve linked to heaps of photobucket pics before, and except for once when they added a fourth link and I kept picking the wrong one, I’ve never had problems.
been waitin’ for this to turn up on youtube …
I just read this in the Age, it made my eyes pop:
Call to switch onus on racist offences
Race Discrimination Commissioner Tom Calma wants the burden of proof in cases of racial discrimination to fall on the alleged offender, instead of the person making the complaint.
Mr Calma said Australia’s laws made it difficult to prove there had been discrimination.
In Australia, the burden of proof rests on the person making the complaint.
“It is a difficult exercise to be able to get that evidence together and if the offending party doesn’t want to co-operate then you can’t progress it,” he said. “
Mr Calma said if people were forced to defend themselves, it might make them think twice before offending.
- Kevin Rudd.
How the world sees him.
How he sees himself.
islamic indoctrination in AustraliaPosted by We apologise for the inconvenience. on 2008 04 04 at 01:08 PM • permalink
#9 Zimbawe just issued a 50 MILLION Zimbabwe dollar note that will enable folks to buy three loafs of bread since it is worth $1.00. And people think we have it bad in the US….Posted by Deborah Leigh on 2008 04 04 at 04:14 PM • permalink
Correction. Bread cost 16 MILLION Zimbabwe dollars.Posted by Deborah Leigh on 2008 04 04 at 04:16 PM • permalink
#19 Anybody get the feeling the next time we hear from Tim we’ll see him covering the sale of the Russian Far East to the United States live in Vladivostok?
It would go well with Alaska. Hey! We’re collecting the set!Posted by Deborah Leigh on 2008 04 04 at 04:49 PM • permalink
Comparing a four-seater economy car to two two-seaters stacked one on the other. Nice.
Hazy, that’s hilarious.No matter how they try to dress them up, they’re still the UGLIEST car.
#152, kae, the smart car is just funny looking.. this is the ugliest car
Drat. An open thread, and me without my list of relevant topics.