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This week's show features Bobby, Stephanie, Bob, Steve and good ol' Joey Braccino talking comics wow, so crazy and they dive into a plethora of listener questions that have been building up for a little while. We discuss the new Suicide Squad trailer, Wonder Woman footage as well as the other cool little bits of news that dropped since we last recorded.

That's right Each contestant is also going to have a turn asking questions and also play along too. We'll explain things before everything kicks off. Movies, TV pilots, other stuff The gang talk about plans for the show in the future yay cool things! Bob, being our beloved curmudgeon has a couple bones to pick with but you'll get to hear all about it on this week's episode. The grand finale of all our awards podcasts where we announce the winners. Votes are cast, winners are announced. And it's great. A complete list will be posted after we get the chance to sucker you all into having to listen to the show.

It's the second day of our Best of deliberations and the gang is here to figure out their nominees for Breakthrough Writer, Breakthrough Artist, Single Issue and Graphic Novel of the Year. It's the first day of our Best of deliberations and the gang is here to figure out their nominees for Best Adaptation of a Comic Book, Best Publisher and Best Cover. Bob also celebrates the arrival of Patsy Walker: Hellcat with a rundown of the character's history.

It's the last normal show of the year! That's crazy, right? Is the price of comics poisoning the industry? Additionally in the latter half of the show, we begin discussing some of the titles that will come up for our Best Of lists, so take a listen to be in the know. The latter portion of the show is the review and features two parts: the first half is our initial thoughts without spoilers so you can listen to that if you haven't watched the show yet and the second part of it is our specific thoughts, which DOES include spoilers.

We'll give you plenty of warning before we start talking plot points and such, so just keep that in mind on this week's show. Is The Ultimates 1 as good as advertised? Will Stephanie ever sleep again or will she continue to just play Fallout 4? All this and more on Talking Comics.

With Spectre hitting theaters the Talking Comics crew discuss Dynamite's James Bond 1 from Warren Ellis and Bob gives us his favorite films in the franchise and a history of the character. We also talk favorite new Marvel titles, web comics and the war on Christmas. Death Vigil Vol. How much did we love the pilot for Supergirl? Are we excited for the Jessica Jones Netflix series? How does Gail Simone's latest ongoing start out? Listen to this week's Talking Comics Podcast to find out! What did we think of Stjepan Sejic's Switch 1? Did it get us interested in the Top Cow universe?

How was this week's run of All-New, All Different book? It's the week before NYCC and in addition to the return of Stephanie, the guys are joined by the delightful Huw Parry who brings joy and alcohol to the mix. Happy Batman Day! Bob and Bobby are your dynamic duo for this episode of the Talking Comics Podcast. On this week's "Bobcast" the crew discusses what Batman means to them, Mark Millar's new initiative, the new Marvel books on the horizon, the many faces of Nick Fury, and the third volume of Sunstone.

We will be discussing The Empty Vol. We are back! This week we dive deep into the Star Wars expanded universe. We also start a new feature where we discuss interesting articles from around the net in depth. There is also talk of Daredevil, Batman and Bob's favorite comic of the year! Talking Comics th episode is finally upon us and we celebrate in style. Sit back and enjoy the ride as we talk Plutonia, the origin of the podcast and even buckle in for some tough question from The Man Cave Podcast's Jeff Schaeffer.

Talking Comics puts on a radio play version of Fantastic Four 1. Listen to the crew ruin the book that started it all! Thor and Squirrel Girl FYI: the crew have gone all superhero on the world, thanks to the wonderful Hanie Mohd. Like them? Make sure to follow her and let us know what you think of our superhero pictures. Our Twitter handle is TalkingComics and you can email us at info talkingcomicbooks. This is it the last regular Talking Comics before we hit episode We also get to some comics! Justin Townson joins in on the podcast this week since he was the only other member of Talking Comics that Bobby could convince to go see Fantastic Four.

Bobby and Justin review the film in the second half of the show. With much sadness in our hearts, Steve steps out from the show this week due to a death in his family. Steve's beloved Moo Moo cat has passed away after 15 wonderful years. Please send Steve some love and condolences and let him know that you're thinking of him and his precious fur baby. Marvel 17, The Nameless City Vol. We give our two cents about Jena Malone being cast in Batman vs. Lots of comics are also discussed How dumb is the writer vs.

What did Stephanie think of Ant-Man? How do we store our physical stuff? What do we think of comic books? It's all here! Fight Like a Girl Vol. Ant-Man is here and that means we are ready to give you another Talking Comics movie review! A TON of news broke since the last show so we have quite a bit to discuss. Look at the majestic pup to the right. So handsome. So very handsome. Maybe even more handsome than the God of Thunder himself. Lots of news came out last week just before SDCC kicks off so we discuss at length. Image Expo happens and we go through the list of new titles coming soon.

Marvel's post Secret Wars lineup was revealed this week and we break down all the books. Which ones are we most excited for? What do we think of Marvel's dedication to the X-Men? Do we see any issues with the new lineup. Bob, Steve, Bobby and special guest Carolyn cover this, what it takes to write a book and much more.

The Delinquents Vol. Lots of news got announced before recording commenced so Tom Holland getting cast as the new Spider-Man is a topic of discussion, Kelly Sue DeConnick leaving Captain Marvel and the new team that's coming on board , Noelle Stevenson leaving Lumberjanes and all sorts of other things get brought up. Oh haaaaay there! Not much news dropped this week so things kick off with lots of comic book talk shocking, I know. They come into the show this week with a bunch of news out of there as well as some talks with creators and other such things.

Why isn't Marvel promoting the X-Men anymore? What do we think of Charlize Theron as Captain Marvel, are half page ads in comics a good idea? It's been a long time since we answered listener questions so we spend the show answering as many questions as humanly possible in a reasonable amount of time. Thor with a side-bar into What If? Bob reads off some of the sales numbers for this month and the gang talks about how this year's superhero shows have held up as the season finales continue to air.

Manifest Destiny Vol. On this week's show, we talk Batman v. We also look at the new Valiant movie universe and chat about who is line to take over Daredevil. On this week's show we review Marvel and Netflix's Daredevil and we say our goodbyes to the great Herb Trimpe before we kick things off. Predator 1 so make sure to read that and send us your thoughts. The main topic of conversation will revolve around our Shared Book of the Week aka Convergence 0.

That's all in the second half of the show. A new week, a new podcast featuring all kinds of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey comic book discussions and more. If you want to learn more about The Doubleclicks and talk to them online, make sure you follow them on Twitter — TheDoubleclicks and check out all their new songs, livestreams and more on their YouTube page. LOTS of stuff went down this week and all before we recorded so there is quite a bit to go over. There's the post-Convergence costumes for Wonder Woman and Superman that were revealed spoilers: they're awful.

And then there's certain higher ups over at Image ranting about the "vocal minority" on Twitter and then pulling a very Rob Ford-esque apology. So, you know. Stuff happened. If you get a chance, make sure to check out this blog by Adam Gorham regarding the male fanboy perspective on the Batgirl variant controversy and The Killing Joke. We get into everything throughout the show and then there's the good ol' regular segments in which we talk about comics. These ones in particular The Surface 1, Deadly Class Vol. On this week's show we talk All-New Hawkeye 1 and how it stacks up on its own and against the Fraction run.

On this week's show we talk Spider-Gwen 1 and expectations vs. We also talk about comic book origins, how much they should be messed with and what we think of the new Runaways. Welcome back to the Talking Comics podcast. It's a new week and we discuss all kinds of new news including Secret Wars, Momoaquaman, Spider-Man rumours and other such things. And the cold Check out what comics we talk about below:.

Sensation Comics 7, Ms. She is an extraordinary creator, formerly a zoo-keeper learn more about all that! Make sure you get your pre-orders in for Issue 1 before the end of the month with the code JAN If you want to learn more about Corinna and talk to her online, make sure you follow her on Twitter — CorinnaBechko.

Annnnnnnnnnd… we say it on the show, but just in case you missed it, the Talking Comics crew on Twitter are:. Issue Princeless, Thor and Listener Questions. Welcome back to another episode of Talking Comics. On this week's show, we get right to the point and talk comics because, well, we're a comic book podcast and that's what we do. The books we discuss can be found in detail below. In the second half of the show, we go through an abundance of listener questions that have piled up over the last little while.

We answer as many of them as possible and have fun doing it. OH YES. We also go through the criteria that we'll be using to cover our Top Characters of All-Time List. YEP, that's happening. It's a good show. Special Issue: Interview with Dafna Pleban. Download Directly From iTunes. Dafna joins me on the podcast to discuss what it is she does as an editor on a day to day basis.

If you want to find Dafna on the internet, make sure you follow her on Twitter. A-Force, Spider-Man coming back to the MCU and DC's post-Convergence plans, so in the first half of the show we get straight to the comic book talk with our various rounds. Here's what gets covered Marvel 11, Operation S. One of the reasons that we started Talking Comics and continue to do Talking Comics is to host amazing events that hopefully help change the way the world looks at things. Maria joins us on the second half of the show to discuss some of the issues at hand, how we can work at fixing them and more.

She explains why this event is so important to her and why it should also be important to all of you. In the first half of the show, there is some banter as per usual and lots of talk about comics like during our Group Book of the Week which, for this week, is The Dead and The Dying 1 by Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim. Phil and I talk about his work doing mocap, voice acting, plays and more. We talk about going to conventions, geeking out and what the etiquette is for approaching a celebrity. It's the second annual blizzard show!

This year New York is dealing with Snowmageddon so your fearless group of comic book pundits are all calling in Skype style! This episode also marks our first ever joint book of the week segment with Bobby, Steve and Bob tackling Ivar, Timewalker 1 from Valiant. I guess over the holidays, all the publishers were like "How can we collectively make every single blogger and podcasters brain explode all over the place?

After almost 3 years of working together, Stephanie finally sits down one on one for an interview with the one and only Bill Willingham. Fables is coming to an end soon with Issue and Fairest just wrapped up with a story by Bill and art by Meghan Hetrick Issue What are you waiting for?

Stop reading this and listen to the podcast! You can do both? Steve, Bob and Bobby debate the nominees and even put in a few passionate pleas for last minute vote changes. With a writer fella called Grant Morrison? Chris joins me one on one to discuss the comic, his art and some more miscellaneous shenanigans in this special edition of Talking Comics to help start off the right way. Listen and let us know what you think and how excited you are for Nameless.

You can pre-order the comic from your local shop and can use this handy-dandy form that Chris has posted up on his web site. Make sure to follow him on Twitter as well TheBurnham. Digital Comic, Breakthrough Writer and Breakthrough artist. Nailbiter writer, Joshua Williamson joins us to talk about his work, the industry and more.

We also talk the controversy over Batgirl 37 and the Archie relauch! This week's show is all about YOU. Suicide Squad casting news is hot off the presses as Talking Comics sits down to record a brand new podcast! We wrap it all up by talking some of the books that may make it onto our end of the year lists. Turkey Day is once again upon us and in between stuffing our faces with mashed potatoes, stuffing and maple bacon cupcakes we want to talk about what we are most thankful for in comics.

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Listener questions abound in this new issue of the Talking Comics Podcast! Justin is once again in the house and the gang discusses Batman vs. Spider-Man, what historic figure belongs on the Avengers, and if Black Widow does indeed deserve her own film. All this and more from our awesome listeners. Marvel announced their entire Phase 3 slate and we take you through all of it.

How about Aquaman, Cyborg, and Suicide Squad? Can Stephanie marry the Age of Ultron Trailer? You find out that and more! Plus we do a massive lightning round which includes:Lightning Round: Ms. With our host Bobby Shortle getting married this weekend the crew needed a few days to recoup! Never fear we will be back with an episode later in the week where we will talk all the big news of the week!

We don't want to miss giving you content on a Wednesday so we are bringing you some special stuff! We had so much content from NYCC it took two podcasts to bring it all to you.

We recap all the remaining days of NYCC from the show floor and the studio. Then the crew gets together to recap their favorite stories from the con, the big Civil War news and Wonder Woman's origins. They also discuss their books of the week which include Wytches, Birthright, Batgirl, Batman, Sabrina and the Arrow premiere.

What interviews did they get? What interviews didn't they? How muxh money did they spend? You'll have to find out! Trade waiting is part of the main discussion as is the cancellation of X-Factor the Bob Reyer curse strikes again , Fantastic Four being cancelled and Spider-Man potentially coming to the Marvel movieverse. The fabulous Marguerite Bennett. This gal seems to be writing absolutely everything these days and she's doing one helluva a job with what she's working on, so make sure you take a listen to what she has to say in the second half of the show.

In the first half of the show, it's the regular stuff going on Thoughts are non-spoilery for anyone who hasn't watched the show yet, so tune in and see what they think of that. Death of Wolverine is in full swing so, the Talking Comics crew is breaking down what they think of death in comics. Does it work in superhero books? What about independent titles? What are some of the worst? The best? Their answers and yours are chatted about on the show. Of course we also find time to talk about the books we've been loving. Talking Comics is hit another milestone and that is our th episode.

We broadcast the show live and took listener calls all evening. So, we got to discuss our favourite comics and talk to all of you amazing people. Steve is lost in Canada so it's just Bobby, Stephanie and Bob on this week's show as they tackle some of the big news from this week such as Marvel's cancellations goodbye Elektra : and answer listener questions submitted by It's a new week and a new podcast is here for you to help you get your geek on. Brenden and Cameron are up first talking to the team about their process, the book and more followed by a one-on-one interview between Bobby and Babs.

All that and more in the second half of the show. Lightning Round books include: New Avengers 23, Ms. Welcome back to another Talking Comics Podcast! Stephanie is out for one more week and in her place we have fellow Canadian Nikki Alfaro iamasianbatgirl! This week on the show we pick the 5 books we can't live without, swap 3 DC and Marvel creators, talk about the Death of Superman and so much more! This is the opinion of Editor in Chief and is not necessarily the opinions of the rest of the writers and hosts. After a few weeks of reviews and recaps we have our favorite kind of show.

It's Listener Questions time! We muse of the upcoming DC movie slate, recount our favorite books of the year, admit our favorite Green Lanterns and even reimagine a DC book to our liking. We also say goodbye to one of the greatest comedians of all time; Robin Williams. Guardians of the Galaxy came out over the weekend and it's the movie that pretty much everybody is talking about right now, including your podcast hosts.

This show is dedicated to exactly that: talking about Guardians of the Galaxy and giving our opinions on what worked in the film and what didn't in two parts: non-spoilery talk and spoilery talk don't worry, we'll make sure to give you lots of notice if you haven't seen the film yet. The second half of the show is dedicated to bringing up a few exciting tidbits from us and from you, our wonderful and loyal listeners.

The first half of the show is all comic talk and we jump right into things with our Lightning Round consisting of such books as: Supreme: Blue Rose, Batman and Robin, Daredevil, Invaders, Steed and Mrs. Nigel talks about Mayamada, how the idea came into existence, what the book is all about and more so make sure to take a listen. You can find out more about Mayamada by visiting their web site here. On their Twitter , Facebook or other social media outlets, all of which can be found on the site. If you want to check out the Samurai Chef Kickstarter, you can do so by clicking here.

We ask him some of our questions and read him a bunch of YOUR amazing questions, so make sure to tune into that in the second half of the show. Stephanie is back this week and the gang reunite to talk about a whole lot of comics. What a week for comics. What does FireRickRemender really say about the comics book industry and it's fandom? This plus talk of Jeff Lemire's new creator owned series and what we think of the Green Arrow comic book becoming more like the TV show? We discuss the heartbreaking World Cup, the place of feminism in Wonder Woman, and why the comic media will continue to endure.

We almost always talk about things that we love on the podcast and usually that love is directed towards comics and lately the World Cup. Ooh la la! There's no "official" topic for this week's show but seeing as Bob and Steve took the time to interview some amazing folks at Special Edition NYCC, we include some of their interviews that they got a chance to record while at the show. Interviewees include Gail Simone, Will Sliney and more. It has been a tough road for Marvel Studio's the last few weeks but Ant Man has a new director and we chat about the choice and what it means for the overall direction of the MCU.

We also construct our dream comic shop, give our philosophy on review writing, and what long lost character we want back. The main topic of the week is just our pull lists and comics in general. What's going on with our reading schedule, what we're thinking of reading or discontinuing and more. On Friday, the latest X-Men flick hit theaters everywhere and in case you've been living under a rock for the last little while, that movie was X-Men: Days of Future Past. As per usual, the gang get together to talk about their thoughts on the film in two parts: with non-spoilers and then with spoilers.

Bobby gives the heads up when the latter part happens but just in case you don't want anything ruined for you, make sure you pay attention to that note. It's pre the Days of Future Past talk and Antony offers up some great insight into his works as well as into the industry itself, so make sure you tune into the interview conducted by Stephanie and Steve. This week on the show the crew answers which comic book movie they secretly love, their thoughts on the new Godzilla movie, who's on the Mount Rushmore of comics, and what X-Men characters they want to see brought to the screen. It wouldn't be Talking Comics with out a book of the week and this go around we have Rust Vol.

But, wait we also have two, yes TWO, special treats for you. The first is an interview Stephanie did this weekend at SpringCon with Aquaman, Batman '66 and Flash Gordon writer Jeff Parker and the second is a post credits spoiler filled conversation all about Arrow! What do we think of Ben Affleck's Batman costume? How did The Movement end? What series do we think ended before thier time? We also find time to talk sales numbers, Channing Tatum as Gambit, and the many comic book TV shows on the horizon.

We want to extened a huge thank you to all who donated to our fundrasier. We hit our goal in just 5 days and will be securing TalkingComics. Books of the Week are also back, coupled with the second show with our new segment, Lightning Round. Bobby introduces a new segment to the show this week, which we will tentatively and possibly permanently title the Lightning Round. Make sense? Ha cha cha! We head back to our roots and we pick just ONE Book of the Week so that we have time to get to as many listener questions as possible.

Basically a lot of 1s, which are 1 in our hearts this week. Our main topic though is YOU. Which of our favourite characters would we kill off if we HAD to? Make sure to follow her and let us know what you think of our new superhero pictures. How was it? What impact does it have on The Avengers? What's the deal with Scarlett Johansson's hair? The crew gives their general thoughts no spoilers kids then give ample warning before they dive into the ins and outs of the plot. Captain America week continues next on the docket an interview with legendary comic book writer Steve Englehart.

The man who brought back the Cap of the 50's gives us an inside look at Marvel, his idea of who Captain America is, and what it was like to write such an iconic character. This is one you do not want to miss. Welcome back to another issue of Talking Comics. Rocket Girl co-creators Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare talk about the book, their process, their characters, writing, drawing and more. We also say goodbye to a comedy legend. Our topic is you guys and gals. We take your questions and we cover everything from the books we'd most like to write to the great places to eat in NYC.

Thanks to everyone asking about a podcast featuring the ladies of Talking Comics, a new podcast is debuting today on the site. That podcast is The Missfits, featuring your hosts: Stephanie Cooke, Mara Wood and Melissa Megan, who you might be familiar with in various degrees from around the site. This new podcast is a geek centric podcast focused on all things geek, including comics, video games, TV shows, movies, books and more, but all from the perspective of female fans that's us! On our first show, our main topic that takes place in the second half of the show is She-Hulk.

The ladies got educated on the green amazon and do a little roundtable discussion on the character and some of the books that she's featured in. The Missfits are:. Marvel 1 as written by G. Willow Wilson and drawn by Adrian Alphona. We do a group review of the book as our topic of the week, so tune in to hear our in-depth thoughts on it. Jesse Eisenberg was cast as Lex Luthor this week and the internet exploded.

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Beyond the classic cars, salsa and cigars, lies a country that fiercely guards its Cold War persona--perhaps even more so after the death of its iconic leader. The way I was portrayed is not who I am and not the person that I am. You're welcome. These criteria reflect physical, physiological and biochemical changes as a result of inadequate food intake quality and quantity and diseases. Incidence of and mortality due to sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock in Italian Pediatric Intensive Care Units: a prospective national survey. Such a pity, because there are so many beautiful pictures and you find some of the best. It is also not alone in violating weak US labor laws and taking advantage of ineffective labor law enforcement.

So, the Talking Comics crew dig into, not just, what they think of the man who was Mark Zuckerberg playing Superman's biggest foe, but why we all get so bent out of shape about who gets cast in comic book movies in general. The gang also discussed Justice League: War and discusses the validity of winter preparedness in Arkansas with guest host Mara Wood.

Talking Comics predicts what the big news of will be in the world of comic books. These things may happen if the Talking Comics crew is to be believed! Even a blizzard can't stop us from Talking Comics! A snow storm is raging in NYC but not in Canada! This week's podcast is a bit different and unlike regular shows, will be a video podcast of Bobby, Bob, Stephanie and Steve via Google Hangouts.

Well, you can watch it as a video or choose to listen to it the good ol' fashioned podcasting way via sound. Heck yeah! Batman Vs. Captain Marvel, Locke and Key Vs. Dardeveil, Greg Capullo vs. David Aja and where the hell is Saga and Fiona Staples? Talking Comics Best of comes to an end with our award show! This is the best of comics according to Talking Comics! On this week's show we get right into things and discuss our choices for Best Of Comics We talk news Fraction off Inhuman! The categories discussed on Part 1 are:. Is Amazing Spider-Man 2 heading for disappointment?

What is X-Men: Apocalypse? Stephanie returns after a week of travel hell and the gang talk about some TV shows, and discuss LOTS of comic book news and a bunch of comic book movie trailers were launched, so opinions about those fly on the show. We are joined once again this week by cartoonist and comic book historian Trina Robbins! Marvel and even gives us an update on Go Girl. What does the Marvel Universe look like in the wake of Infinity? Is DC making a Suicide Squad movie? How do we feel about a Young Justice live action TV show? Which All-New Marvel Now books are we the most excited about?

Find out all this and more on the Talking Comics Podcast! Stephanie Cooke is once again out on the open road so Joey Braccino steps up and helps the gang cover the news, listener questions and of course our Books of the Week! Is Paul Rudd Ant-Man? Thanksgiving Day is upon us in the United States and the Talking Comics crew lets you know what they are most thankful for in the world of comics. From Kelly Sue DeConnick, to Daredevil, and all the way around to you our loyal listeners it has been a year to remember.

Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner stop by Talking Comics to chat about the new Harley Quinn ongoing series, their working relationship and how they would prepare for the zombie apocalypse. Stephanie Brown is back, Comic Book sales are up and Bat Kid gives us hope in the new podcast about the news that's been going on in the comic book work and the answering of several amazing listener questions.

The crew also chats about Netflix picking up four Marvel shows, Nightwing being rumored for Supermen vs. Batman and the launch of a new X-Force. If you are interested in checking out Logan Rowland's Indie GoGo we spoke about on the show you can find that here. On this week's show to discuss the Neil Gaiman and J.

And then we did into some horror history with Bob Reyer! Bob sits down with long time X-Men writer and comic book legend Chris Claremont to talk about his inspirations, writing strategies and what he thinks comic books should really be about. Kevin Smith talks Comic Book Men, reaction to the show, bringing comics to the masses and taking chances.

Our fearless podcasters return for recaps of days 3 and 4. Already ankle deep by the time we saw it. The worst was trying to get to Gil. It was waist deep almost and strong enough to throw around logs. I reached him and he was submerged and freaking out. Looking back I can see how scary it was. We are securing the house as much as we can and going through the damage. A lot more. Our friends Belinda and Steve are setting up a fund to help.

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Audrey: What line of work are you in? He intends to avoid prosecution in the U. Earlier this month, he revealed in documents provided to the Guardian that the U. Snowden will be doing a live-streamed interview with the Guardian on Monday. Clark: How much will it cost to send this letter to? Defense Logistics Agency is responsible for overseeing all fuel purchases in Afghanistan. It contracts the job out to private suppliers who decide, in keeping with Pentagon regulations, where to buy the fuel. These companies purchased 5. Seth: How many would you like?

It was violently crushed by the military. Just after the Obama administration vetos a ruling that was against Apple. Nice to know the some cororations have as much clout as trail lawyers and federal employees unions with a bought and paid for administrations. He loves to be the center of attention. McGraw-Hill Cos et al, U. It was rebuilt 20 years ago after being burnt down by animal rights activists. Lift stations like the top of Blue Sky Basin look like ancient timber barns, but are in fact made of powdered aluminium.

Sammie: Can you put it on the scales, please? The bellows opening is infested with bacteria that write CDOs and other very flimsy come-ons, or scams like Facebook that claim that ten percent of outstanding shares are a reliable indication of the value of the rest. Sanford: Whereabouts in are you from? Sales will probably total , metric tonsin as the amended regulation allows smelters to boostshipments, said Agung Nugroho, corporate secretary at PT Timah. Northeast, home to the Marcellus and Uticashale fields, which are rich in natural gas and related liquids. Percy: How do I get an outside line?

According to Fox 2 Now, one of his medications caused him to lose 70 percent of his hearing when he was a toddler. He said at one point, he even became suicidal. This validates he was one of the best at what he did. Markedly lower prices for clothing and footwear for summer sales helped push this rate of consumer prices index CPI inflation lower.

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HRT in this group was associated with an increased risk for stroke and venous thrombosis, and a lowered risk for hip and total fractures. After discontinuation of therapy most of the effects were no longer evident. The investigators were surprised by and at a loss to explain a small nonsignificant drop in breast cancer. Following discontinuation of HRT this decrease achieved statistical significance. Women under the age of 60 in this group also had small but signifcant reductions in all-cause mortality and myocardial infarction. Eblanned: Is this a temporary or permanent position? Capitol in Washington in this January 21, file photo.

State Police divers have been searching the water, bomb squad officers from across the state have been sweeping the entire area, and helicopters will be hovering overhead with infrared cameras trained on the crowd. Some people just use it for the dual-monitor feature, which can really help your productivity. Francis: How much notice do you have to give? Hospitals were left on a financial knife-edge and they are clearly struggling to maintain standards of patient care after more than three years of chaos. TheNasdaq Composite Index was up 7.

Skill in stock picking is needed to access emerging growth, especially because Japan is strong in unexpected places. They ruin nets and cause chemical burns on the hands of fishermen. Normand: How much does the job pay? I trust this matter is resolved. Monte: How do you spell that? Now, a new, more powerfulgeneration of adjuvants, including one known as AS03 that iscontained in the bird flu vaccine, is being developed whosesafety is relatively untested.

Kieth: Could you ask her to call me? Johnnie: What part of do you come from? They had the misfortune of having to listen as he unleashed a string of loud expletives directed at himself and a ball that bounced over the green into the rough. A natural way to start doing that was to focus on things like compliance and training. Alan Kuperman, one of the authors of the University of Texas report, says a study by the U.

National Laboratory in produced different results. Marcus: Where are you from? Emmett: Can you hear me OK? The more hierarchical the society, the easier it is to get away with organization towards instability a trend which seems self-reinforcing. The number of jobless claims is down 20,, double the amount it was the previous month. Earnings are looking a bit stronger at 1. Walker: What do you like doing in your spare time? Pharmacopeial Convention, the body that sets standards for drugquality and purity. His first NFL contract paid him league-minimum salaries and it included no signing bonus.

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Amy Smart stepped out wearing a sparkly diamond ring on her left hand. The year-old was charged in the juvenile system. Charges against the year-old who allegedly videotaped the incident were also dropped last March. Marion: What sort of music do you like? James: Have you seen any good films recently? Warner: Could you ask her to call me? Elliott: Is this a temporary or permanent position? At the moment headlines are focused more on his health, after he was diagnosed with diabetes. His own health minister Martin Holcat said on Friday that the president must cut down from his usual to cigarettes a day and sharply reduce his alcohol consumption.

Any reports that we have ruled anything out are not correct. Arnulfo: Who would I report to? Few people read Adorno, apart from left-leaning musicologists. But everyone listens to Britten, and children the world over sing his songs. Even France, the country that resisted him most strongly, has become almost Britten-obsessed.


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The firm has changed cleaning and smock-changing procedures in response. Lynwood: Who would I report to? Ian: Whereabouts in are you from? Danny: Can I take your number? Arianna: How much does the job pay? Jeramy: Do you have any exams coming up? Shannon: When do you want me to start? With interest rates near zero in the U.

The flow of that money has now begun to reverse. Secretary-General BanKi-moon of the Russian findings. Ban is scheduled to meet AkeSellstrom, the Swedish scientist heading a U. We tried to squeeze out of the bottom of the wagons to get out and we realised the train was burning. I was in the second wagon and there was fire. I borrowed a review book from a friend and worked through it in conjunction with the free downloadable testing software available from ETS. Each helped to simulate the types of questions I would be asked in each section. The listings include everything from New York apartments to Costa Rican tree houses.

As for the wealthiest, they are undergoing a PR campaign of sorts, trying to display more modesty. Why is that? But if Rohani does gain some traction in nuclear negotiations, the sanctions picture could slowly evolve for the better. And even if negotiations fall flat, it will still be a lot harder for the United States to keep the sanctions coalition as airtight as it was with Ahmadinejad in power. But privately who knows if some players are eyeing him carefully, wondering if, his denial aside, he would actually stoop to such a level.

He was the first to hire a full-time assistant, and he also scouted teams overseas to learn and incorporate new systems and coaching philosophies. Darrin: Another service? Your thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victims. Every player situation, every recruit situation, all I know is it will always be in the back of my mind. Isaiah: Which year are you in? They are concerned that certain health plans i. Taft-Hartley plans provided by employers with subsidies from the government will not be subsidized under the ACA. That means that employers may discontinue the plans for their employees if they no longer get subsidization from the government.

It is not clear yet if this will happen, or how it will affect the cost after implementation, but the unions who have members covered under these plans are concerned about the implementation. Loren: How much will it cost to send this letter to? Bright Star usually is held every other year, but the maneuvers were canceled following the revolution that ousted President Hosni Mubarak in January. The inflows are also likely to significantly drive down yields, cutting borrowing costs for the sovereign, and ultimately corporates.

Already, falling OFZ yields have been driving local bank investment out of that market and into corporate bonds Barclays estimates their share of the OFZ market has dropped more than 15 percentage points since early Six others were reportedly injured, after police used tear gas, batons and smoke grenades to disperse the crowd. Darryl: What sort of music do you listen to? Ahmad: Would you like a receipt? The United States now ships about 60 percent of its oil, compared to 40 percent in Dante: Do you know the address? The year-old mastermind behind the famous franchise walked down the aisle with Mellody Hobson, 44, at his Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, Calif.

Journalist Bill Moyers officiated the ceremony and director Steven Spielberg was on hand to offer up a toast. Lewis: Do you know each other? Off-duty medics and police officers gave the man first aid until an ambulance arrived, but he was declared dead from his injuries, Shyy said. Lamar: Could I take your name and number, please? Hilario: Could I borrow your phone, please? However, while gasoline refined from likely cheaper crude oil makes its way to consumers and refinery issues are resolved, AAA continues to predict the national average will fall as the holidays draw near.

He comments on his photographs, the people he met on his journey, and the tragic toll malaria takes on children and families around the world. Obviously, whatever was that big and high up in the sky was not put there by a hobbyist, and if no one at the Air Force or Pentagon truly knew what it was, perhaps a private company, or maybe even a foreign power, was behind it.

The reports and news faded away, but the mysterious object hung like a question mark in the sky. Conservative groups were less likely to be approved for tax-exempt status and more likely to have their applications delayed, the report said. People should be rewarded with lower effective tax rates only after they invest, and not in hopes of them investing.

Tommy: How do you do? The plan met with a furious response from Unite leader Len McCluskey. Raymon: How long have you lived here? More than people went to hospitals with injuries, but only a small number were critically injured. Following the blowout, Kim was checked into rehab by her family. Tommie: How do you do? The conference of U. The lettersaid that represented the price paid by the prince to the Sultanof Brunei to acquire it, plus the cost of modifications.

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A bachelor, he moved there to be near his brother Theodore Stephen, estate manager to the Duke of Bedford. In the present economic and market environment, companies are penalized for investing and rewarded for cost-cutting. How do you think we got into this situation in the first place? That blaze has blackened morethan 4, acres and destroyed eight structures. Fourfirefighters have been treated for minor injuries. Editing by Andre Grenon. Percy: Have you read any good books lately? Apple Inc, Google Inc and Amazon.

She manages rental properties with her husband of 30 years. She has two adult children, including one who is an attorney. She is involved with rescuing animals in her free time. During jury selection, she said she had been the victim of a nonviolent crime. Warner: Is this a temporary or permanent position? The pope was transferred to an open vehicle where he finished the ride, beaming.

Employment fell in both July and August. Last week, local news reports showed Landon as a happy, healthy-looking little boy, running and playing as any three-year-old would. Clement: Which university are you at? Shoppers can find seven days of savings this year filled with hundreds of deals each day including items eligible for Free Shipping and Prime Free Two-Day Shipping. That will help to blunt the impact on asset prices, as retirees sell assets rather than accumulate them. It also implies that the savings rates needed to fund a year life in a shrinking population world may be a bit lower than feared.

One of their friends was taken to the hospital because he ate too much of the fast food. This is probably true for a lot of people, but one billion is a very big milestone, and there is no doubt this number will increase to two billion before too long. Natalie: Have you got any qualifications? Elias: How many would you like? Kristofer: Do you have any exams coming up?

Many experts have said the expected Environmental Protection Agency regulation would end the building of new coal plants because doing so would no longer be profitable. Grant: Do you know the number for? Jayson: What line of work are you in? Tom has lived in Cluny Drive for 30 years.

Pablo: What company are you calling from? There has been a debate about whether the reserves should be kept for domestic use or exported. International companies are involved in the gas sector. Garland: Would you like a receipt? Clayton: How much notice do you have to give? No court has ever found a for-profit company to be a religious organization for purposes of federal law, the Justice Department said in its briefs.

Government would be unable to function, the department suggested, if children could be exempt from child labor laws on religious grounds, for example, or if employers refused to pay taxes because of religious objections to how the money was spent. Rashad: What do you like doing in your spare time? Among its prized habitats are heathlands, grasslands, fresh and salt water marshes, as well as historic ancient woodlands.

More than 6 of every 10 Americans blamedRepublicans for the impasse. To double-check whether women who said they quit smoking really did, their saliva was checked for cotinine - created when nicotine is broken down in the body. The venture has been testing mobile payments using phones equipped with technology called Near-Field Communication that can be read at NFC-equipped point-of-sale terminals. Adrian: Why did you come to? Winfred: Have you got any qualifications? The protesters blocked roads, causing massive traffic jams and angering residents.

Franklin Rose. Jonathan: How much is a Second Class stamp? From an animal welfare, human health and greenhouse gas perspective, the system is incredibly broken. Valeria: Do you like it here? Both airlines were viable competitors standing alone. Someone pulled many strings behind the scenes in Washington to let that merger get through. Watterson, a year-old public relations executive in Boston, recalls that about a dozen years ago, she, her sister and their parents went on a vacation with her maternal grandparents to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

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Claire: What sort of music do you like? He will join the boardat the start of next year and take over as finance director whenLucas retires at the end of February. Benito: Would you like to leave a message? Clyde: How much notice do you have to give? Periphery European countries are also improving recently. Andcentral banks have confirmed that easy policy will be in place.

Chester: Could I order a new chequebook, please? The Lumia is hitting a sweet spot, offering the price and quality that new smartphone buyers are looking for. In an early, tentative estimate, the SECsaid anywhere from 50 to brokers and portals could initiallyseek to enter the space after the rule is adopted. It has shied away from trying to ban the party outright but has ordered investigations into it and plans to introduce laws against hate speech and deprive the party of state funding.

The show has won Golden Globes, Emmys and Peabody awards. Laverne: Could you ask her to call me? But the agency has tried diligently to get its data to the public website in about 2 seconds after the data is issued. In Bahrain, Hagel said the U. Felipe: Will I get travelling expenses? Falcone that backs LightSquared, are all poised to be minority investors alongside Centerbridge in the deal, some of the people said. Syracuse has, in moments, been bothered by teams that extended defenses and pressured ball handlers, as Minnesota did with some success in Maui.

Rudolf: Have you read any good books lately? The number is higher by a third than publicly known. Zachariah: Have you got any experience? Last month, DARPA asked researchers to help develop ways to use more drone aircraft that could be piloted automatically. Seventy-two hours after surgery, troponin levels were an average of 17 percent lower among patients who had remote ischemic conditioning than among those in the control group. Since science is a major component in developing the technological marvels that people buy, the US must devote more to science if it wants to retain its economic and technological leadership.

Unfortunately, this costs money, and China appears willing to devote more of the financial resources needed for this development. However, one other possibility exists if the US is willing to cooperate with China on various developments and share the progress achieved. Otherwise, China will become the sole, dominant superpower, and the US will continue to fall behind. Jennifer Lopez traded up from the 6. Lowe popped the question to the year-old in a romantic Thailand proposal that aired on the season finale on March 11, Giudici shared a black and white photo of her amazing rock the following day on Instagram.

The team expects him back at some point this season. Barry Zito , 4. Zito began warming up in the bullpen in the bottom of the 16th in case the Giants tied it. Carlo: Can I call you back? While tensions over the islands are high, exchanges in other areas are continuing. Bryce: Do you need a work permit? That industry lost 2, positions.

We should alert Border Force at once to hire extra staff. How else are we to ensure this precious cargo departs our country safely for market? There is talk up thread that the Coalition are just lukewarmers, so nothing will change. If you were PM, what course would you take? Last time, we used the Keysen reponse, and it seemed to work at least we avoided a recession. This part say they are better economic managers, and I expect they will do even better. The financial markets have been wrong before, Morrison will implement the tax cuts immediately because of bracket creep and that input should give the economy a boost.

Keynes may no longer be appropriate, so you invite our biggest trading partner to explain where we stand with their Belt and Road. Brace yourselves for the propaganda. B1 and B2 tied to a chair in a dimly lit basement, a gun pointed at their heads. It happened as a credit lurch in October The recession arrived in June and still has a year to run. That they should have noticed something wrong by now is par for the course. The australian grid is already struggling and increasing demand will make blackouts likely.

The Qld. Only the Greens would object and they would be isolated as Labor decides to ignore their losing policies. Might need to flesh this out a bit more, the mechanisms involved. Do you have a graph of this projection? That is a good graph, but some scientists disagree with the argument that we are heading into a Maunder. That is the problem. The sun is unpredictable as the real physical processes are chaotic and relatively uncertain.

That said, the Dalton might have been initiated by the Laki eruption and made worse by Tambora leading to the Year without Summer The second got off to a bang with Krakatau. I've turned all of your caught comments free whenever I see them. There is no daily restriction on you or anyone else. Mr Fitz we all get caught by the automatic mod at some point, but our words are eventually released in due course.

I am not usually a JOnes fan, but that was gold. I thought I would watch just to hear the rationalisations and bleating. Jones was icing on the cake. I think a few of those cow punching Vegan anti meat freaks may also have polarized a few farmers from anything todo with the looney leftos as well. One thing ive noticed, is that when every weird thing is excused and actually encouraged usually under threat of imprisonment should you object , that things start to fall apart.

The best medsage for ALL politicians is that they need to rein in PC and grow a backbone, otherwise they are unelectable….. I think QLDers were the grown ups in this election, they grabbed the pollies by the scruff of the necks figuratively speakubg are shook them till thier teeth rattled. Need more of it…. Do you believe in climate change and that big bad companies should pay to address it? Do you believe in climate change and that you should pay to address it? The Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, encourages investment in large-scale renewable power stations to achieve 33, gigawatt hours of additional renewable electricity generation by The target stays the same from to and, under the current law, new renewable energy power stations can continue to be accredited after Financial incentives were provided for small-scale solar systems over a 15 year deeming period until From , the deeming period was reduced to 14 years and will continue to reduce by one year, every year until the scheme ends in For eligible solar hot water and air source heat pumps, financial incentives are provided over a year deeming period.

From , the deeming period reduces by one year every year until the scheme ends in This will be a real test to see if they remain viable, and if new investment dries up. This could be the start of lower electricity prices. Price of LGCs will continue to tank as excess intermittent generation capacity is installed. The only way to maintain the LGC price is by limiting supply on market and that would smack of collusion as there should be close to enough capacity to meet the RET already.

Small scale intermittent will continue to get funding because there are state incentives and still more than 10 years on the deemed output to get a decent up front payment. Watch out for Matt Canavan now. There may be bigger things in store for him in energy related portfolios. And that needs to be backed with legislation so political nutjobs cannot simply take over the place again.

Not a real snapshot of the aussie population. This site has trumpeted that the election was on Climate Change. It was not entirely so. Labor told what they were going to do, and it was terrible. The Coalition said it was doing no more and no less than it had been for 3 years, and it was thus less terrible. Morrison did not win the election. Shorten gave it to him. This election was mid May. So, Morrison has had nine months to unwind Turnbull. He did not. Bishop would still be Foreign Minister if she had not spat the dummy.

Consider that. Bishop, now known to be an absolute vindictive wrecker — as is Turnbull — she would still be there. Morrison would not have sacked her. The Poodle would still be there, but he thought Labor would win, and the gravy train would lessen. Remember that! The Coalition was merely less toxic than Labor. Not better, just less bad. Many have said that here.

Of course not. Morrison did not say: He was going to remove solar subsidies; He would withdraw from Paris; He intended to build coal power stations, only that he would investigate them; He would cut spending. Instead, he said he would increase it! The surplus has come from income, not cut expenditure. Morrison has said he will govern from the centre. No, he should govern to the right of centre. That is where the future is, as all this other bullshit burns out, and self-destructs. And that, dear people, is why, although pleased that Labor will not be there to really shaft us, I fear Morrison will at least give us all a bit of a tickle, and blow a lot of money on so-called re-newables.

Q1 provided record wholesale electricity price. With the vast sums of money going into intermittent generators and their connections, it is difficult to envisage circumstances where wholesale prices will drop. The reduction in the price of LGCs might provide a saving but the State governments all have ambitions to increase intermittent capacity and that comes at a high cost to consumers.

SA may save a bit on gas if it gets the large capacity interconnection to NSW and the synchronous condensers but those projects are more than a year away and will need to be paid for once construction commences. The only way I see power prices going down is if the federal government provides some direct support.

That means electricity supply is no longer an economic entity but a drag on the economy. Eliminating the RET might provide some downward pressure but the transfer payment to large scale intermittent is already declining rapidly and the deeming period for small scale intermittents has been declining for 5 years. That means the benefit of eliminating the RET is already diminishing.

This is a relatively balmy day across the country in the middle of May. Starting with less baggage, a reinvigorated Morrison government should take a good hard look at energy supply in this country and get away from fairy dust and hopium to make use of the abundant coal dust and certainty of supply from it.

Please do not ask Finkel or any of his paid clowns consultants. I am constantly in awe of the fact that we have so many people here who know how to run a country. Not surprising if you run a company you should be able to run a country. I have done a few things that have taxed my meagre abilities, but running a country isnt one of them. Malcolm Turnbull plotted the destruction of the conservative Liberal party since they accepted him as member, itself odd as his family was always Labor royalty. Once again Malcolm was wrong.

He was wrong again to back Phelps against Sharma. As all the rats have now jumped ship before the election, having left holes in the hull and Pyne submarines which are utterly useless, the good ship Liberal is still afloat and sailing off, without the many rats. Hopefully we can stop building Green diesel submarines too.

Even Phelps must be pretty annoyed at the fickle and arrogant Turnbull family. Surely that personal and unvetted largess cannot stand? Saving the Great Barrier Reef? Not according to Professor Peter Ridd. No, public theft. It should not be possible in a democracy. In the swing was 3. Of course, obviously one deserves to be rewarded just for betting on Labor winning. I am sure the Sportsbet management will look very closely at who made the decision to pay out on a race before the race was even run and why? It was not an advertisement for responsible gambling and whoever did it would not get a job with any bookie I know.

Who would employ her now? And her sincere congratulations to Scott Morrison. Enjoy retirement. And already with the respect of the US President and half of Europe. Three degrees and one in international politics, you could not get a more qualified ambassador, rather than the usual jobs for the boys. For the next four years, our relationship with the US President and with China are the two most important issues to confront Australia. No one is more qualified, more energetic, more experienced and with more international respect than Tony Abbott.

Then he has an economics degree and in Japan, his credentials as an Oxford blue in boxing would mean instant kudos, so important in Japan. A martial arts expert. Personally, it would be the perfect move for Australia and for Tony, a unique opportunity to place Australia on the world stage with real credibility. It is really an exciting opportunity in the interests of everyone. Except the Greens and GetUP. So if you bet on Labor to lose and Labor to win and Liberal to win you would have had three payouts.

Greentards should read this. A wind turbine needs lots of steel plus concrete, carbon fiber, and glass polymers as well as many other refined metals — copper, aluminum, rare earths, zinc, and molybdenum. Solar panels and batteries need high-purity ingredients — silicon, lead, lithium, nickel, cadmium, zinc, silver, manganese, and graphite, all hard to make in backyard charcoal-fired furnaces. Transporting, erecting, and maintaining wind and solar farms plus their roads and transmission lines need many pieces of diesel-powered machinery.

It bears reiterating: The Green Death is de-population, de-industrialisation, destitution and despair. It is nothing other than the jumped up old-hat murderous ideology of Marxism and its derivatives, all of which should be forever expunged from the lexicon of civilised political discourse. They dominate the inner city set. The inner cities are infested with Greens. Inner cities have become refuges for dingbats and reporters who are themselves dingbats.

It is a self-sustaining unreality circus that is leeching off productive workers in the suburbs and country areas. However the relative concentration of Green votes in ironically areas that have no idea what land care is about makes them vulnerable. A well funded campaign in the inner cities exposing the dogma the Greens use to herd their cats could have a major impact. But these people are resistant to science so any campaign needs to out the evil.

The real impacts of unconstrained immigration as opposed to what political correctness allows to be acknowledged , the impacts of not permitting GMO products. Impacts of banning agrichemicals. The DDT ban killed millions banning Glyphosate could even precipitate a famine. Many Greens are deluded into thinking there is no downside to their activism, shown the true outcomes they will see through the lies. You never hear about this issue. Arent the city centers filled mostly with lawyers and accountants?

Science isnt really their thing is it.. Have your losers talked to our losers yet? It sounds like they could come up with one blockbuster of a pity-party by pooling resources. So Labour and the left were insisting this was a Climate Change election. Confident that the election was in the bag. This is the third time they have gone to and lost due to climate policy. Turnbull almost lost due to his warmist leanings and the fact he knifed Abbott. What amazes me is the loser left pollies and presenters yesterday were insisting that the Coalition must Pick up their game re Climate Change.

Suddenly they had forgotten it was the Climate Change election and they were rejected. The talking heads on their ABC were all in head nodding agreement,not one mentioned the obvious. Far far better at ignoring the facts And seeing only their own dreams. Bureau Of Mismanagement Mt Stayplton rain radar has been dead for about 3 days.. During this time please access nearby Marburg radar in addition to high resolution satellite imagery.

She says both business and the community are looking for certainty around climate change and energy…. What to do? But who cares. Babies always cry loud. Dr Phelps thanked her supporters and urged Prime Minister Scott Morrison to focus on a key issue highlighted in her campaign for re-election. The big business groups have been captured by the global warmers instead of demanding cheap coal and gas power. Today Innes was out making a fool of himself. Having said that it was obvious the left were in control and had a short leash.

Listening to Matt Canavan on Credlin he is talking dams, including Hells Gate and northern coal fired power plants. Hells Gate, if my memory serves me well will dwarf the Burdekin Falls Dam and, being on the western slopes of the divide can feed water into the western plains easily. Why not grow the rice and other irrigated crops where the water is rather than piping water south at ridiculous [impossible? The Black Soil Planes have been named for good reason. Before there was bitumen all the way to the Isa, even light rain made the road impassable, the wet dirt built up under the guards.

The local wags said even the fence posts would grow. The case for a northern coal-fired station is sound. There is no base load generation north of Rocky and, to be honest, the KV line is from Gladstone. That line passes near the coal fields and ends at Townsville. The north is a BIG area to be getting supply from so far south. I hit post instead of preview.

Drainage is the most important part of any irrigation scheme, salt is very easy to manage if you plan from the start. The MIA made a huge ongoing mess by not sorting drainage for 50 years.. When you begin to understand they have a character that is a mm wide and a micron deep, you begin to understand that a vote for them is a vote against yourself. There is no there, there except pretense and misdirection. Reality has nothing to do with what they are selling. I think he is referring to himself and Lewandowsky.

There is nothing sillier in real science than a cognitive scientist. There should be a game for making up professions. Mann is a tree ring physicist. He and Lewandowsky and Cook do threaten our species with their non rational science. Hold on, I am a cognitive scientist, specializing in the structure and dynamics of complex issues. I also do the science of science. Cognition is certainly there to be studied and not just by psychologists. Just because some of us are AGW crooks does not mean our field is fake. I also do animals joke intended. Sorry, I had no idea. What I have read about Lewandowsky and Cook is just drivel, reviewing papers without understanding them purely on the basis of what they think is being said without any attempt to understand what is being said and this from analysis of phrases and key words.

Any study which changes or cherry picks the data to suit the preformed conclusion is the opposite of rational science. Yes it is pure junk, for the reasons you say. Plus you can accept AGW without believing action is needed. There are really three schools of thought. The alarmists, the lukewarmers and the true skeptics like me. A real cognitive scientist would know that. Labour in power would have seen us crash and burn. Liberal in power, we may still have a very bumpy ride, maybe even a crash. No first home buyers scheme, or no stamp duty or thousands for having a baby.

My power bills skyrocketed — my only solution was solar panels — so now I heat using RC air-conditioning. My kids struggle to find work. My wages are lucky to go up by CPI each year. I went four years without a pay rise. Meanwhile greenies tell us how to live, stop burning and digging up coal, give up your jobs while doing exactly the opposite. Vegans tell us what to eat while ruining peoples livelihoods.

Latest new — Fairies in the bottom of the garden now feared extinct due to climate change, global warming, climate disruption or kids burning their fairy carboard cut-outs…. Polls had an error margin big enough at 49 — 51 to allow for exactly what happened. There is a mathematician in Queensland who correctly predicted Trump, Brexit and Morrison, using algorithms and the twittersphere. This is telling.. The oddity about the win is that we now see the blue collar workers voting LNP and the rich inner city champagne drinking elites voting Labor. Venezuela shipping free oil to Cuba.

Australia selling coal they were not allowed to use themselves. The attack on successful democratic countries never stops and in some cases has been very successful at impoverishing whole nations. Australia at last is fighting back. If there was one great thing about this election, it is that Labor and the Greens were so certain of success, they told the truth about how they were going to rip off everyone.

Warmist commentator Alan Kohler now advises that Labor should have said nothing or lied. Sure Alan. Never signal theft. The victims might wake up. This rubbishing of Qld reminds me of the bad ole days when airlines captains would say: Wind your watches back 20 years and 1 hour, we are in Queensland. At that time we were the only state with free hospitals,. When the High Court held that such state taxes were illegal he Commonwealth stepped in as the collector so Qld had to act like it had a tax and then refund. We keep seeing this across Western nations.

About half the population has lost their minds, and the other half are desperately trying to save their democracies. The opposite has happened!!! Sadly , I think the comedy no required viewing documentary Idiocracy had it right. The low IQ people tend to outbreed the high IQ people. Millions of southerners voted with their feet and moved to the Gold Coast. Point is Joh used that cash wisely and developed the state. SA has as much mineral wealth as Qld but they are yet to take advantage of Olympic Dam even. The Lib Nationals are close to a final event horizon.

One short of an absolute majority. Ahead in three seats and a real chance in a fourth, if late voting favors the Liberals as has been historically true. Off Topic as it is not about elections. The only climate changer that won was the Steggall in Warrngah. Bandt, Haines, all the Greens in the Senate. Thats just off the top of my head with superficial knowledge. I am sure there are more. Bandt has been the only Green seat in the democratically elected House of Representatives, for the seat of inner Melbourne.

Nah we got one in Indi as well , a green that wears orange as a disguise just like the last one. If only the Libs had of dis endorsed Sophie we would still be a liberal seat. The forces against Tony Abbott did what they did to John Howard, convinced voters that they could please someone by removing Abbott. In fact they have lost their voice in parliament and all the good that Abbott did over the many years.

Tony could return in a few years and win his seat back, but until then he needs to remain active. My guess is that Abbott will continue his roving lectures on climate change, totally free to do and say whatever he likes. The good news is that Australia is like the bloke on death-row who has had his execution stayed pending an appeal. Whoo hoo! The Liberals are still the same spineless piss-weak party they were last week. Look at Abbott. But there is little joy in seeing Labor schooled in how NOT to sell their agenda. The same agenda will be back, slicker next time, disguised.

We bought some time with this election, but the grand arc of history is no longer with the lucky country. We have conceded way too much. We let them rewrite our history. We lost the inner cities. We quit our religion. We sold our ports to the Chinese.

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The Left owns our research institutions and controls the funding. They set agenda, write the human resources guidelines, and direct our national narratives. They stock the libraries and rank opinion on the search engines. They compose the songs, playwright the theatre, act the films, paint the murals, brainstorm the ad campaigns and fund the festivals. They own the publishing houses and even decide what you can say and cannot say safely in public. We are no longer free to speak our minds. All that is left now is to make our serfdom official.

They only have to win once, like the National Socialists in the Weimar Republic. I think Morrison is not the firebrand conviction politician Abbott is. He is a steady worker though. Whatever he believes about man made CO2, he recognizes that Australia is paying a very high price for nothing at all. As for opinion polls, a lot of conservative voters will not talk to pollsters. They are offended by the whole idea of an intrusion into their lives by people wanting their time for nothing.

They are often not politically active either. However even knowing this, the polling companies ignored the intrinsic bias in polling and they were all wrong. However Andrew Bolt did call it. Many others saw it happening. While Morrison was saying very little, he was not promising to tax everyone to death, as Bill Shorten was. Shorten may have seen it as a brilliant way to ignore the older voters and take all their money, but these people have children and people are aspirational. These groups do not see making governments rich does anything but strip them of their hard work.

No one votes to be robbed. As warmist columnist Alan Kohler said, he should have said nothing or lied, but Labor were so confident of victory, every mad ripoff scheme on the planet was proposed. Really, half the cars electric in 11 years? Who actually believes that nonsense? And Morrison just let him do it. That was very effective. We will see if he is just as effective in government but as the man who actually stopped the boats, he gets things done.

Which is why we do not expect the boat invasion which would have surely followed a Shorten victory. Really unpopular policies forced Labor voters to vote for someone else, but not for the Liberals. This fits the concept that people barrack for teams and will never vote for the traditional opposition, but they will punish and barrack for someone else.

Thanks to Palmer and a host of other candidates, Labor voters had somewhere to register their protest vote. Instead of chasing the mad middle, Labor would have done well not to presume their traditional voters would stay loyal no matter how mad and greedy Labor became. It makes no sense to tell Australians that we cannot use our own coal or dig up more. It is our largest export and we are not the only country in the world. They should be sending us cash for nothing, making us rich.

If only so we can buy their useless windmills. Victory must immediately cemented with concrete action. You can take a cue from the adventures of Trump. The Left never gives up. Regulation must be reduced. The left never gives up.