Australia Hun hangs itself … ABC attack? Must be an election ahead … red flag over brown river?
Squid Game (Netflix): GI-Hun and Oh Il-Nam find themselves on the 7th floor of a building for a very precise reason
© Netflix Squid Game (Netflix): GI-Hun and Oh Il-Nam find themselves On the 7th floor of a building for a precise reason the final of Squid Game, broadcast on Netflix, showed the meeting between Gi-Hun and Oh Il-Nam on the seventh floor of a building. But, this meeting would have a very hidden meaning ... broadcast on Netflix , Squid Game has been a colossal success since its release in September.
Panned The Victorian government’s pandemic bill — described in these pages as “” — has been the focus of quite terrifying “debate”, with protesters and several homemade gallows brought along to protests against the new powers ( ).
The Herald Sun‘s Susie O’Brienwhy this might have happened: “The sight of three nooses hanging off a makeshift wooden pole carried on the streets of Melbourne during weekend protests should repulse every single Victorian … Signs showing Premier Daniel Andrews mocked up to should also revolt us.” And yet, the piece’s next line may be illustrative: “I don’t resile from calling Andrews a dictator many times over the past 18 months, but it’s offensive to depict him as a Nazi leader responsible for the death of millions.”
Green Light, Squid Game Season 2 Is Happening. Here’s What We Know So Far
Guys, girls, Gganbus. It's official, Squid Game is coming back for another round. The popularity of Netflix's most-watched series of all time can't be ignored and it hopefully won't be too long before we have more games to watch. Now that we know Squid Game season 2 is actually real, what else do we know about it? Squid Game season 2 confirmed After Squid Game's popularity skyrocketed, the creators managed to dodge questions about a sequel for some time. That all changed at a red carpet event for Squid Game in Los Angeles this week where creator and director Hwang Dong-hyuk answered everyone's prayers.
Perhaps O’Brien’s fellow columnist Andrew Bolt has some idea how things got so out of hand, after former Victorian Liberal Party president called the bill “” on his show (giving him a great headline), or the IPA’s Gideon Rozner accusing Andrews of trying to build a “ “.
State of Origin Still on the pandemic bill, Labor MP Jaala Pulford has an idea for how to take the sting out of the debate: make it about state rivalry. The employment minister put together a list, the primary use of which is show all the stuff Victorians could get that those chumps in New South Wales can’t.
We’reas the people in NSW, Pulford. Just tell us what’s in your pandemic bill and we’ll vote for it.
Video: Morrison has been 'very badly damaged in a personal sense by the events of this year' (Sky News Australia)
Is this Australia’s destiny? The world’s brown energy theme park
We took the global warming wooden spoon at COP26, so should we just run with that? The world's best example of climate change failure?At a global level, we seem to be heading full-tilt towards a capitalism of global renewables, funded by joint state-private enterprises and initiatives, fuelled by massive shifts in huge finance funds, themselves kept bubbling over by low interest rates on a global scale.
Inquiry to stop inquiries? You can set your watch by it. With the election likely to be about six months away, of course the government takes a wild swing at the ABC, proposing a Senate inquiry into its complaints handling process. Just the right time to intimidate journalists into not calling out Morrison. Combine that with the minute-by-minute balance measuring that happens during election campaigns, might just be enough to nullify the ABC’s reporting.
Meanwhile, in a jarring shift in rhetoric from the PM, he was asked (pretty much apropos of nothing) about whether he was the underdog in the coming election and said he was. In light of the power of incumbency during COVID and with large chunks of the media standing by him — not to mention all his apparent recent successes — it’s hard to know where he got that from. But hey, it worked for him last time, we suppose.
Deputy Who Shot Andrew Brown Jr. Tampered With Gun Afterwards: Lawsuit
A deputy sheriff involved in the shooting death of Andrew Brown, Jr., an unarmed Black man sitting in a car outside his North Carolina home, allegedly removed the bullets from his pistol in an attempt to cover up the extent of his actions while “stressing out about how many times he fired his weapon,” according to a bombshell federal court filing. An amended complaint for damages, filed Oct. 28 by a lawyer representing Brown’s family, claims Investigator Daniel Meads of the Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office tampered with evidence after becoming nervous that he may have gone too far in shooting at Brown as the 42-year-old tried to escape the fusillade of gunfire.
Yarra Council Will the red flag rise above the brown Yarra River tonight? The city of Yarra — Fitzroy, Collingwood, Richmond, Clifton Hill, an area with the GDP of whole nations — may be about to elect a socialist mayor. Or not. Last election the council became the first Greens-majority council in Oz, 5-4. Now Greens councillor Anab Mohamud has taken leave of absence while she deals. It ain’t your mung beans Greens any more. That ties it at 4-4, with no casting vote for the council-selected mayor.
A meeting last night couldn’t resolve the deadlock. Tonight it’ll try again. The council’s two socialists — Steve Jolly and Bridgid O’Brien — may be able to persuade one of the fracturing Greens quartet to back them for a term. Or they might back a community independent while the council faces a COVID revenue squeeze and services crisis.
Whatever happens, local member Richard Wynne will face an increasingly bolshie — small and big B — outfit.
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Sister Wives' Christine Called Her Marriage to Kody 'Sad' Before Split .
Sister Wives' Christine Called Her Marriage to Kody 'Sad' Before SplitThe Wyoming native, 52, called a family meeting during the Sunday, November 21, episode of Sister Wives, but Christine, 49, had her heart set on moving to Utah instead of to Kody’s land in Coyote Pass, Arizona.