Making the average day more interesting... That's me below in the green, snogging the Pig. We've all snogged a few pigs in our lives.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Always check your child's homework.....

Thursday, October 16, 2008

What is the world coming to?

I picked up the paper this morning and within 1 minute read two items that left me shaking my head and once again asking what is the world coming to? :

No.1 – The state government has banned Christmas decorations on street signs and street lights.


Why is the government banning it? Because they are “too distracting to drivers”….
However, the hypercritical government are still allowed to have their adverts for the rail system hanging from the same street signs and street lights.

No.2 – All forms are football – including touch football – are now going to be banned from being played at lunchtime at a school on the Gold Coast. Even soccer - the girliest, sookiest, most feminine game in the world - is going to be banned.


First there was the girls in Far North Queensland who were banned from doing hand-stands and cartwheels, now this.

This country is going to be left with nothing but a bunch of sooks if these governments keep introducing pathetic rules such as this.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

What a fucking joke!

What is the world coming to?

A FORMER soldier says he will disregard an order by a council in south-east Queensland to lower his Australian flag, after a neighbour complained it was ``offensive''.
A Logan City resident erected a five metre flagpole eight weeks ago to honour friends who served in Iraq.
On Tuesday, council staff at Logan City just south of Brisbane contacted him to tell him a neighbour had complained and was told he could face legal action if the flagpole was not removed.
``I find it astonishing that anyone could find the Australian flag offensive,'' he said.
"My family and friends have served for the country and the very least I can do is have a flag to show my appreciation for Australia.''
A Logan City Council spokeswoman said there was concern the flagpole could fall down in high winds.
She said he needed a building permit, because the pole was only 4.5m from the kerb and, under the Queensland Development Code, it should be at least 6m from the front.
He said he would not be moving the flag.
``I can't see how moving the flag back a bit is going to stop it being offensive,'' he said.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

SurferCam’s Mottos

Over the years, I have lived by the following mottos :

- Be the Shepherd, not the sheep.

- Expect the unexpected.

- Why put off until tomorrow, when you can put it off to the day after tomorrow.

- A fussy man is a lonely man.

What are some of yours?