August Socials

Conscious that I sometimes share material on other platforms that never makes “the cut” here on my blog, here’s a few tweets, posts, and observations that still seem relevant from August. Lots of ephemera, but hopefully still quite entertaining.

August 3 : Oh no. 5g on Four Corners. I have a family member will see this is part of the preparation for the NWO etc. “They’re just preparing us…” (I can hear it now).

August 5 :As early as 1981, there were women called Karen asking the tough questions.
August 5 : Bless. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve seen that often recycled “radio” headline. Someone hasn’t looked at history.
August 8 : Visited the Bradman Museum today and it was great to see a major tribute to Lismore’s Adam Gilchrist with lots of local caps. Yes, I know Deni and Junee claim him too, but he’s from Lismore :) #settled
August 10 : First, this isn’t me. (Though it could be). Looking at the website for 2WEB (Bourke) and I note they still have the same panel I used in 1988-1989!! “Modern panels” last 7-10 years only. #goodolddays Visiting Bourke shortly for the first time since 2000! Can’t wait.
August 10 : For a long time I had the word “Network” (as in radio network) in my job title, and I still regularly receive phone calls from people wanting to sell me routers. Now I have “Planning” in my job title, and LinkedIn thinks I could be interested in development applications!
August 11 : Terrific tribute in The West Australian today for Geoff Duncan. Geoff, as ABC WA State Director provided me (as a rookie manager) with lots of great advice/wisdom during my time in Perth. Lots of great chats about art, too. Best wishes to Pamela and family.
August 11 : One of the things about the pandemic that makes me sad.
August 11 : The Guru is back with wise advice.
August 11 : The power of YouTube. Oxford Street Sydney tonight.
August 13 : Lovely clear morning at Sydney’s Circular Quay.
August 21 : The impact of The Masked Singer on Sydney buskers. George Street right now.

August 25 : I do a language course every Tuesday night via Zoom. Five months since the start of lockdown, I’ve noticed the participants have now replaced their coffee cups with wine glasses.

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