Spoiler Alert….this Blog may upset some people. Well Doctors mostly. Unless you have a runny nose, GPs seem to be a complete waste of time and an unnecessary level to getting to real help. Real help are Specialists. It seems… Read More ›
Month: January 2018
Sudanese Gangs in Melbourne: What’s a Gang? What’s a Sudanese? Verbal Bendiness By Authorities leads To Weak Leadership On The Issue
Over the last few months in my Daily Morning News Wrap, I have noticed an increase in reports about Sudanese Youth Gangs. Over the last week though what came to my attention was one of the Sudanese Community leaders coming… Read More ›
This blog forms the sermon notes of a message I am preaching at CityNet Church on the 14th January 2018 as part of a Series on Foundations of our Faith called Bearers and Joists. STATEMENT OF FAITH Introduction What you… Read More ›
One year and one week ago this week (January 10th 2018), I was contacted by a young lady who was an IVF Baby (now 35). This was in response to a blog post I had written titled Wrestling with the… Read More ›
The Earth is round.
Advice To NSW Police: -Don’t let considerations of revenue stipulate where Highway Patrol resources are allocated
29 people died on NSW roads over the Christmas/New Year period and the police are now scrambling to come up with new strategies. Last week I wrote a blog titled: Are People Dying In Car Accidents Just A Fact Of… Read More ›
Over the course of the last 20 years, I have been able to travel to various places around the world, some for work, some for study, some for pleasure and at times I have been able to combine two or… Read More ›
A friend of mine’s uncle committed suicide a month ago but has only just been found. In the media report no mention is made of suicide. In fact, the media have this weird social convention of never mentioning suicide. They… Read More ›
Are People Dying In Car Accidents Just A Fact Of Life? My Musings After A Horror 2017 Christmas/New Year Period On Our Roads.
I drove for a couple of hours on Queensland roads on Christmas Day and I drove for another couple of hours on NSW roads on Boxing Day. Particularly in Sydney, I was amazed at the number of mobile police cars,… Read More ›