News papers are awash with vastly differing opinions regarding the Carbon Tax levy.
Rest assured this dilemma will not be resolved overnight or even in the foreseeable future.
Super star Cate Blanchett and Michael Caton are being continually berated by the press and opinion from readers.
Surveying the opinion on a for and against vote the jury would have had Cate and Michael 'Topped at Dawn' today'.
Journo's will have a field day with this carbon tax thingy. although very few will venture forth during the inclement weather continuing to harass New South Wales In general. Right now the rain is lashing down with high winds in concert with trees rattling the walls and windows. The semi rural road drainage system; consisting of an 18 inch pipe under the driveway conveys rain water along a grassed covered curved course which at this moment could be likened to Chalgrove brook.
Nearest and dearest and I have made the decision not to venture forth today under any circumstances.
England have won the first Cricket Test Match against Sri Lanka (Ceylon in older times).
Sri Lanka 400 all out and 82 all out. England 496 for 4 wks dec. winning by an innings and 14 runs.
Americans need not bother to fathom out the cricket info. It is mainly for the Australian public who will not read this result until tomorrows papers hit the stands.
Or you could do as I do and have the Daily Telegraph Australia's most widely read newspaper; delivered daily to your door. If you are aged and poorish it saves you money and leg power.
I am still waiting for more comments from my Aus and UK rello's, BTW I know who is looking and reading. Anyhow have a bright and sunny day(please return the favour).
Back Soon....Vest.....Remember 'No person has the right to rain on your dreams".
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