No sign of global warming this chilly morn. Popping out of bed to make nearest and dearests morning cuppa, I beat a hasty retreat and donned socks and slippers after treading the tiled kitchen floor.
Yes it looks and feels like a miserable day - similar to the past three days - tiddling non stop rain, we even have worms coming into the garage to escape the wet.
Persons on lower incomes are up in arms with regard to the Fed Govt's proposed carbon tax of around $500-00 per year per household.
Millionaire Hollywood celeb Cate Blanchett, the actress with the big Smeller, who dwells in a $10 million country hovel at 'Hunters Hill' a Sydney suburb, is raking in more from the Fed Govt to add to her estimated $53 million.
Blanchett stars with actor Michael Caton in the Govt advertisement advocating this new tax.
Like most celebs she and he are out of touch with the lower levels of living and too preoccupied
with their own gaudy swill bucket.
It would seem $53 million would give you a whole pile of latitude to care for so many things.
To accomplish great things, we must not only act on them, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
P S, thank you Nigel for your E mail.
Monday, 30 May 2011
Ninety minutes work Simply disappeared from my blog prior to posting. gone forever. I am totaly*^!@^_^*# off. vest
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