Friday Afternoon Lashout.

October 29, 2010

Jounalism school… a sheltered workshop for the terminally useless?

The perils of the qwerty keyboard.

Smartarses, we’re a global epidemic.

Attention Simon Whipp

October 29, 2010

I’ve found what you’re looking for.

Turns out there’s none to be had from the New Zealand public. Not sure how these threats are all that genuine given that the only source is Simon Whipp and the people suposedly targeted are in Australia while their primary threat is Sir Richard Taylors band of scallywags who are all just a smindge busy making the flim that you guys tried to screw.

Have a nice day though and feel free to stay out of our country k.

Whats this?

October 28, 2010

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Yeah… nice moves.

October 21, 2010

Helen Kelly killed Bilbo.

October 21, 2010

Nice work slapper.

Just another reason I love these gimmie gimmie gimmie unions/ they’re looking our for workers so much they make sure none of them will ever work again.

Tom Bosley

October 21, 2010

Interview here.

The Tennis Ball collection

October 19, 2010

Or: How to tell the story of the evolution of the torsion system by letting kids fire things a a wall to knock it down. Learning can be fun and destructice.

The oxybeles, the ballista, the inswinging ballista and the onager. All of them more portable than anything that came out of the middle ages. Hence i’m leaving my trebs behind for events next year.

These machines will be coming to a public event in Upper Hutt Feb 2011. Bring your kids and a quantity of money for the have a go range. Meanwhile in the main area I’ll be shooting with the larger machines. Or more to the point my crew will be, including my nieces who will be manning (girling?) Chucky next year. Possibly in Greek armour if I can find the money to make it up for them.

Firday Afternoon Lashout.

October 15, 2010

Cats are very aware of your moods and situations… they just don’t care.

Eat that Australia!

October 15, 2010

Longshore Soldiers: Life in a World War II Port Battalion

October 14, 2010

Below the fold is the company roster for the 284th Port Company of the 517th Port Battalion from 1944-45. If you are one of these people or a relative of theirs then Andrew Brozyna would like to hear from you. Andrew has written the book shown below which relates to his grandfathers war service and will no doubt be of interest to many.

The book is available from Amazon by clicking on the image above. you can contact Andrew directly a.brozyna-AT-gmail-DOT-com or at his blog.

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