posted on March 27, 2013 at 11:08 am


going crazy in this world

six million animals executed every few days

their blood is screaming out

some new pope gets elected …big deal

have they apologised yet for the inquisition and  the witch burning?

have they apologised for all the other atrocities committed in christs name?

all the money theyve got …why dont they give that to the poor and needy

do you think almighty god is represented by these clowns in their gold slippers and tiaras?

do you think the force behind this universe and all life

some ineffable glorious power …is his main man on earth  this goose?

one look at the flowers in my garden tells me no!

one look at the ocean tells me no!

child molesting greedy wealth-accruing cardinals …what an absolute joke

meanwhile the west bombs children in the middle east …why?

nothing is certain

everything is a lie

the filthy rich get filthier

the beasts get slaughtered

the children get molested and bombed

cooking shows on tv with triple chinned “gourmets” and their love of meat

as if its a product that just got there

scientists (gee) say animals have feelings now…oh really…?!

thanks for letting us know that

scientists say (oh golly) that there is some mysterious event causing everything (really?)

(but dont call it god!)

i see the wages paid to australian politicians

some of these lazy slobs are earning six grand a week

while they figure out ways to reduce the dole for single mothers

i dont vote

i wont vote

for what

theyre the same thing

gillard abbott whoever

who cares anymore

what about the beasts ?

what about the poor?

what about the children ?

why do children with cancer have to sell raffle tickets while we are in afghanistan costing billions

to protect australia? ha ha yeah sure!

meanwhile in america you can get assault weapons but hundreds of thousands in jail for pot

yeah that makes sense sure doesnt it?

thanks for protecting us

thanks for yer GMO food which is killing off the bees n butterflies

(there is no business on a dead planet!)

thanks for suppressing cancer cures and promoting your rotten legal drugs

thanks for the booze and cigarettes and big macs

thanks for yer chemi-trails and yer fucking fluoride

what can you believe?

i believe nothing


this computer age has unleashed a wave of disinformation

everything is probably bullshit (maybe)

they can tell you this n that

but they cant tell you who killed JFK or why building 7  fell down (for no reason)

going to the airport they take away your scissors

and tube of blah-gel in case youre a terrorist..oh ha ha ha indeed

yeah i’m taking over this plane with my toothpaste

flying it straight into the opera house for allah mc jesus and the pope frank the wanker…

look at the people who run this world!

deceitful carnivorous ugly bloated oafs and bags

turncoats and traitors they dont give a fuck about you

and if they did theyd lose their jobs

fatsos on tv trying to lose that entertainment?

vile radio hosts and brutish rascals inane twaddle for empty headed nobodies

i still believe in god

but i hate this age we live in

and i am so sick of the killing!

and i am so sick of old white men justifying it

with their carefully calculated disinformation

listen to your fucking hearts my friends


listen to your hearts

and then

get back to me





52 Responses to “disinformation”

  1. avatar
    Jerry Barfield | 27 March 2013 at 12:24 pm #

    If there is one thing to cling to, it’s that there really are more than just our “self” that have awakened. Some comfort I know…at least we are NOT ALONE! A small ripple can grow into a crushing wave of enlightenment.

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    k.p.buk | 27 March 2013 at 12:41 pm #

    the heart is deceitfully wicked above all things, but who can know it? into this bleak world we are thrown – we must ask… are there others? and if so what is life like on andromeda 3 for the ant men there? how can we know these things? because we do! the buddhists say (an i’m no buddhist) to accept the world as it is is the hardest of all buddhist practices – to know the world as it exists at this moment – and could exist in no other way – and that this moment is perfect and true unto itself – but how can we do this? the answer for me is in the difference between pacifism and non-violence. buddhists and those who subscribe to such tenants are non-violent, but in the extreme are far from pacifists. look at the buddhist monk who sets him self a flame in the ultimate sacrifice of non-violence the destruction of self is far from pacifism… we must know the reasons of these things… and for this… i say look here… the argument of why violence exists is solid but then our task is to compose a solution… as daunting, challenging, and beautiful as this may be…

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    Kohl Ette | 27 March 2013 at 12:49 pm #

    Hello hope you are ok apart from this. Apart from this bs you speak of which is not to say it’s bs but I know what you’re saying, I guess one has much to be grateful for. Meme after meme on fb reminds me of that, till sometimes it seems meaningless till I take a ‘break’ because of sickness, work, other obligations and I really am reminded there is a lot to be grateful for. I am also again reminded there is a lot of bs everywhere which can make the gratitude stronger. Still there is much confusion about this strange world. I suppose we can only keep going on in some kind of trust and courage, definitely courage.Yet no one has endless supplies of that, so if one can help another… in situations where the help is welcome and forthcoming, nothing better. I tried to purify my life, body and mind by eliminating lots of stuff so to speak. Why do I still feel sick at times? I can only conclude stress. Then I found that in coping with that I’m the only one who can really look after myself and what a struggle when my job is to care for others. Give us strength!

  4. avatar
    John Garratt | 27 March 2013 at 1:24 pm #

    From your fellow veg, Sarah Silverman:


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    Patrick B | 27 March 2013 at 1:55 pm #

    great post…but nothing new, SK. also, and i mean this with the utmost respect — i really do –, isn’t it ironic that you, too, are likely a source of “disinformation”??? i mean, it’s opinion. presented with the passion of fact. and that’s the age we live in now…whoever moans the loudest gets the attention. i’d rather read your moaning though…at least it’s thoughtful and poetic and interesting. so, point taken. no, you can’t trust any source of information. when everything is free, we’ll consume it all. mostly the junk though. i don’t know…meditate on what resonates in your soul is all i can offer. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” i really like that last part. the darkness shall not prevail. keep your chin up, Kilbey. you are one seriously talented/smart dude but don’t take it all so seriously. it’s out of your control. and like Nick Cave once said…”God don’t care for your benevolence any more than he cares for the lack of it in others.” not sure if that’s true but at least it sounds true…and it does keep it all in perspective. carry on, brother…

  6. avatar
    tracey | 27 March 2013 at 2:01 pm #

    my heart feels sad and yet comforted in connection.
    namaste sk

  7. avatar
    Gareth,Notts | 27 March 2013 at 2:07 pm #

    The so-called reality we live in,the one portrayed by the media and perpetuated by those incapable of critical thinking…is a carefully crafted illusion,no different to those ‘third eye’ hidden pictures….at first nothing makes sense because you can’t see whats really behind it,and some people never can…but when you persist and change your perception and focus,a little bit becomes visible,and then more falls into place until the whole thing appears…and once you have seen through it once,you see through it every time and no amount of deception can hide it anymore

  8. avatar
    nick | 27 March 2013 at 2:14 pm #

    Kilbey- you’re a straight shooter..and not full of shit… very refreshing!

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    Marty | 27 March 2013 at 2:36 pm #

    Wow Steve that was awesome, one point I would make is that in America we have those guns to protect us from Governments gone wild. In Cyprus the Government just stole people money right out of the bank! If those people were armed that injustice would not have happened. Anyway I agree with you 99% on all those things you just said and I can’t believe you mentioned chemtrails!! In 1999 I was screaming about it and people called me crazy. Well people are waking up and there just might be hope. Please make a CD about that! Sing songs like about those topics please!!! Thank you for giving me some hope tonight.
    All the best from NY where there is still no answer about building 7. Please write a CD!!

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    Ingrid | 27 March 2013 at 2:57 pm #

    Thank you so much for writing this SK, I agree with everything you have written here. The abuse of power by the imbeciles running this world is sickening and it just seems to be getting worse. It seems people with power are just getting more corrupt and greedy, while the situation for society’s most vunerable is getting more desperate than ever. Not to mention the disgraceful treatment of animals and the destruction of the planet.


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    perth poet | 27 March 2013 at 4:32 pm #

    Thank God for the poets and the prophets and the burden of insight that they bear for us…and the call to compassion and care they speak fearlessly and tirelessly…for the tears they shed on behalf of those who have few to weep for them and few to advocate for them. Thank God that they keep the wound open and their hearts open and their minds open and their eyes open while many close theirs in fear and selfishness and greed and ignorance and spiritual blindness. Thank God for sk…

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    kelda kelly | 27 March 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    I get it Kilbs.
    From a haitus without any media or cell phones to go to Aotearoa for my male best friends wedding this sums my heart up (especially after meeting a beautiful artist on my last night)

    of intense beauty and love
    that unfolded throughout the weekend
    almost running back into it later
    from just a bit further north
    away and now home
    where is
    my heart
    on the map
    of discovery
    what is about you welly…
    soul and jet lagged

  13. avatar
    Faye | 27 March 2013 at 4:59 pm #

    I hear you. Over 60 BILLION land animals slaughtered every year now. That’s apparently around 2,000 per second – meanwhile people are starving because most of the grain being grown on the planet is being fed to ‘livestock’ animals, the Amazon is being destroyed to graze cows and grow soy crops for factory farmed animals, 40% of the small fish in the ocean now is now being made into feed for cows!!! How to cope with all this insanity and stay sane I don’t know.

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    herman the German | 27 March 2013 at 6:32 pm #

    Spot on, Killer. It’s a sickening thought that the many malignant morons in power get and keep their jobs because of their callous, often malicious, disregard for our planet, the people and the animals. Slick arguments instead of thoughtful actions. An endless stream of lies instead of honesty. Massive media manipulation, which reaches to the farthest corners of the globe, leading to over-consumption by the richer and starvation for the poorer. Could a rabies-infested chimp in charge of the affairs of the world have caused more bloodshed and suffering than the high and mighty men and women responsible for wars, famines etc. through the ages?

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    david duchow | 27 March 2013 at 6:38 pm #


  16. avatar
    andy | 27 March 2013 at 7:50 pm #

    this all happens simply because nice people are’nt meglomaniacs………..
    be nice!….
    a little more assertive perhaps, but nice.

  17. avatar
    kell | 27 March 2013 at 8:06 pm #

    Enough is enough. We got to ascend. Just up to the next level. It’s not hard. You’ve been doing it all along. It’s ok. Enough is enough. We are all working on this….join in consciously if u like. Check out the fb page ‘Krystiality for Humanity’~ more info coming soon….Cheers xxx

  18. avatar
    kell | 27 March 2013 at 8:07 pm #

    Great vid & song by the way

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    This World Hell | 27 March 2013 at 8:55 pm #

    I’m already with you on all of it, Killa. I hate this fucking world and the shitbags who run and defile it. This is why I would never have children – subject them to a life sentence of misery, pain and heartache in this rancid shithole? Never.

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    Pr0fundus (jim speranza) | 27 March 2013 at 9:10 pm #

    Bless you, Steve! i agree with you 100% (more if i could!)
    Namaste, Brother!

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    kell | 27 March 2013 at 9:36 pm #

    Even better….u can join these groups on fb…it’s SO much fun!!! ‘Timeline Benefaction Collective in Service of the One Infinite Creator’. ‘The Interdimensional Association of Free Worlds’. Or just become friends with Maumuanua Ahrusalareh. Consciously participate, use yer creative powers (everyone!)2 become part of the Solution (even more!),rather than part of the problem….Cheers…

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    Anonymous | 27 March 2013 at 10:47 pm #

    good news – by way of necessity? a) By 2050 it is now being determined that the human diet will only be able to consume a 5% meat based diet – anymore and/or because of so much more (now) the world we know will not sustain any longer and veggie will be the only way to keep the world from starvation. (But now they’re going to have to remidiate all of the land that’s been ruined: NEW sought after career(s)comming: urban undevelopment, renaturalization engineers, etc. (schools? start your curriculums!!) My advice – everyone start actively moving that date forward – and quit eating meat now; and as much possible only eat seasonal and within 90 mile radius of where we each live. (I was stupid: I thought that was what globalization meant – that it was good… to teach everyone how to be self-sustaining in their own communities. But I was wrong: now it’s not just the white dudes… it’s every color on the planet making as much as they can off of what they don’t care to think about.

    b) at least in Russia, Canada, and some of the (other) northern european countries are now in population decline by choice(!!!) – those intelligent, caring, forward thinking people are realizing one child per couple is the only way to ultimately stop global pollution/destruction/overuse. If countries revised their tax laws to award those couples that have only one child and then for every further, increase the tax they pay, that might help people get up to speed on population control stat… (and no do overs if you split up/get re-hitched…) As it takes a few football fields for every single life you bring into the world just in their garbage to contain (their garbage) throughout their lives… unfortunately, the states, south america, africa and most of asia are not as enlightened yet – their populations will be going through the roofs – can you imagine this world with four times the population all taking from the same earth that now is over-stressed? (unless, of course, they see the light and halt the stupidity these countries/their populations are engaging in currently. …not yet though.)

    so though yes, it is the people running this world that are abusing power, it is the individual abuses that allow them that power – my thought always has been ever since a child: if people don’t do it, nobody can profit from it – and hopefully [I] won’t damage too much while I’m here.

    the new pope supposedly did pay his own hotel bill – so does the Vatican have an expense reimbursement account to submit out of pocket expenses to? Hmmm? Hope he is in a good way and he doesn’t submit too.

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    ps | 27 March 2013 at 11:02 pm #

    oh oh oh – the best way to remediate barren soils? grow pot/hemp! puts everything back in better way! God gave the world that stuff for a reason!! So see – if people get their heads out of the sand and started doing what’s good – well, this may be fun.

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    seoigh | 28 March 2013 at 1:36 am #

    I wish I could disagree with anything you’ve got in this one. If I can say anything at all it’s that ultimately your relationship with the infinite is yours alone. If you want to influence people to keep from making harmful decisions, literally the only tool you have is leading by example. I wish there were words to soothe the pain caused by the destructive actions of others. Sadly, there aren’t. But remember that all pain is a measurement of the distance between expectation and reality. All of it.

  25. avatar
    Richard Carey | 28 March 2013 at 2:18 am #

    In a world of human Fucking wreckage……………Plowed, Sponge

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    Brien Comerford | 28 March 2013 at 2:21 am #

    Great writing SK. Raising and killing animals for meat causes more global warming, environmental toxicity, pollution and deforestation than any other destructive human activity. Vegans and vegetarians reduce cruelty to animals, air, water and land pollution, myriad ecological crises. Each one saves an acre of trees every year and a previous commentor was correct- “food animal liberation can end human starvation.”

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      Anonymous | 28 March 2013 at 11:07 am #

      you’re right – killing animals for food is the #1 ecological disaster we face. besides being such a needless cruelty the world should be far past already. …and disease too along w/all sorts of disorders and premature aging and imbalances(hormones etc.): pre-puberty children w/breasts!!? girls and boys. and then the other things killing animals does to us as a society: hidden antisocial/learned behaviors become accepted lies told to/by ourselves over and over until desensitized to the horror of what is actually taking place… nobody even realizes how much their own costs are: being in denial to retain some facade of not doing harm. (your comments are always thought provoking – thank you)

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    interesting thought | 28 March 2013 at 2:36 am #

    ystdy in news the us supreme court’s scalia made a public comment that his opinion was it was not the time for them to rule on gay marriage – which is up before them currently. my thought is: does this have something to do w/the new pope/catholic church/scalia’s own religious allegiance? cuz otherwise, just do it… gay marriage – it’s time. and besides it would keep a ton of people (10s of millions) from using that one singular issue any longer to sway the rest of their votes/political affiliations into election campaigns that the rest of those candidates’ tickets/viewpoints are looming disasters. we were founded on separation of the two (church/state) – and yet it seems still to be an impossiblity. I don’t know why. one of those things you continue to wander around about.

    • avatar
      Anonymous | 28 March 2013 at 2:40 pm #

      ALL marriage is bullshit – why do people accept that they need the State’s permission to be together? Fuck em – just be together.

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        Anonymous | 28 March 2013 at 11:40 pm #

        you know, you’re right – but I think gay couples’ interest in the ruling is the financial benefits allowed hetero couples that aren’t allowed equally to themselves. historically (and if I remember correctly it was in france) the govt only issued civil union permits and the church was separate in marrying people under god’s blessings… then a deal was made and it caught on everywhere and the municipaliities and the church both made monies and the taxing system was built on man works woman raises children/takes care of home – so “he” was responsible for more expenses than a single man – thus the marriage credit at tax time and the further dependent credits as children were born. antiquity in today’s world

  28. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 March 2013 at 4:09 am #

    it’s a pretty song!

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    Kohl Ette | 28 March 2013 at 7:47 am #

    On the one hand, there is guilt at bringing children into this world. On the other hand, I am reminded that my view of the world is not the only one. While we and past generations have created problems for kids, they are the solution if they so choose and when they are older like we are now, another generation represents another promise for the future. I actually find that comforting. I have met lots of intelligent and good kids. Small families are good today but I think the one child policy is going a bit far. I have heard free thinking groups in France (surprise!) say that controlling child making is the ultimate in fascism…

  30. avatar
    Patrick B | 28 March 2013 at 12:16 pm #

    btw, it IS a good song! conjures up that P=A through SA era. will be ordering this. need to support real musicians still producing real music.

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    Anonymous | 28 March 2013 at 12:18 pm #

    yeah, I heard the same thing… they receive funding grants to pay for their free thinking – but a little control now (and only via taxation to reflect actual usage/no other legal mandate needed cuz people listen to their wallets probably moreso than anything else) means less control later on. Hopefully (you think) you’re wrong re this but then you worry: if nobody is willing to think on their own, eventually there will have to be severe draconian laws implemented disallowing free choice of family size/residence/diet/resource usage/everything! – and that’s coming fast at the rate the world’s been heading in the last 50 years – population growth has been compounding 1000’s of times faster than at any other time in history and still continues to compound seemingly w/out thought; to cause the same type disaster say as deer on some island or some other place originally set aside to be a haven for them… at onset an abundance of vegetation… all’s good until – and then eventually they starve/die off – we’ve seen this happen over and over; all over the world: and then to keep the species alive the area(s) become free hunting and/or closing their habitat down to humans (which isn’t so bad) so then they can release natural predators to take out the overpopulation etc.) anyway, you’re right~~! individuals freely choosing to limit their family sizes now will save the world from starvation and many other ecological disasters – except for the very wealthy, and they’ll be affected too – in say, starting within 30 to 40 years from now. Again, you’re so correct in your thoughts!: it’s up to each of us – free choice is the way to go – just like when you start thinking about: (even) pigeons seemingly have more common sense than humans; i.e. – they don’t breed when food is in short supply. And they too aren’t fascists, just naturally in touch with what’s going on around them and their desire/ability to preserve their own existence (without the use of predators). sometimes the ability to look at the worst case scenario ahead of when it happens helps to keep it from happening at all – almost like you can fortell the future(?) It’s patterns and logic and paying attention to the two and then the freedom to combine what is seen into better. it doesn’t mean you want things to go that way nor are you prompted by anything other than concern for others.

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    Kohl Ette | 28 March 2013 at 2:16 pm #

    Well said whoever wrote about worst case scenarios, pigeons and deer. I enjoyed reading that. Meant to say but I think implied previously, that personally I am for individuals’ control of birth control prob more than those who love to make love to procreate and yet I couldn’t feel I could tell the latter what to do, although I’d have my say and they’d listen politely too etc… To do what seems right at the time, nature knows it instinctively. I guess with humanity, despite having extremists ‘balancing eachother out’ (?) we will have the middle of the roaders too and lots in between including some real brains (not criminal intelligence) who may exert some subtle, strategic and welcome influence so, hoping for the best…

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    perth poet | 28 March 2013 at 3:20 pm #

    1 Westerner consumes the same amount of resources as 100 sub-Saharan Africans. There is enough food produced every day to feed the current world population 6 times over…it is not shared equitably. Rich countries are not replacing their populations and have stocks, shares, savings and superannuation to keep them in thrir old age. Third world people have none of this and rely on their children to support them in their old age. They cannot afford and do not have nursing homes. Statistics can be made to prove anything….

  34. avatar
    M Quad | 28 March 2013 at 7:52 pm #

    Blah, indeed, as moderately well said it is in places, but frequently well said it has been in many other places that bond not with I. Besides, your frames are too narrow and your eyes too wide, elucidating your shortness of breadth. And kneeling before a she in a he god’s guise makes one look nowhere near enough to see this in formation.

  35. avatar
    12string | 29 March 2013 at 5:53 am #

    I wouldn´t know!!! F*****g Great man!! As always!

  36. avatar
    hippy | 29 March 2013 at 6:04 am #

    That was the best blog post I’ve ever read. Thank you.

  37. avatar
    Allen | 29 March 2013 at 7:23 am #

    I love the new song SK!
    Visit often? Sounds like you pulled a lot of topics about chemtrails and 9/11 conspiracies from that site… all very interesting stuff that I visit often.
    Peace and happiness!

  38. avatar
    Trevor \|/ | 29 March 2013 at 10:05 am #

    What timing! Today is the 10th anniversary of the illegal invasion of Iraq, all based on a lie, and supported by then Prime Minister Howard, who went against advice from the UN and other sources, just so that he could curry favour with Bush. In an interview this morning he was still unapologetic and still insists it was the correct course of action based on teh ‘intelligence’ at the time.

    I wish they’d (the News) interview Andrew Wilkie and get his perspective on it as he was in the intelligence office at the time and knew the whole thing was bogus. Met Wilkie some years ago before he got into politics. Very nice, decent bloke. He was unsure at the time about running, I told him we need people like you in politics to ‘keep the other bastards honest’. Guess he listened!!

    Trevor \|/

  39. avatar
    rage | 29 March 2013 at 12:56 pm #

    deja vu all over again

  40. avatar
    DavidP | 29 March 2013 at 8:04 pm #

    it is a crazy world
    hard to know what to trust in
    with so much conflicting info out there
    I very much like your ending advice though
    listening to one’s heart
    seems like the way to go
    and I really like that song too!

  41. avatar
    Admin | 29 March 2013 at 8:52 pm #

    you are unbelievably brilliant!
    the fact that you can write in english better than almost any english speaking person i know is shocking
    i bow down to your incisive intelligence . i pay homage to your savvy.
    i agree with everything you write one hundred percent.
    for whatever any of it is worth. i believe in you
    i dreamed i read your letter before
    poets and poetesses are always lost
    lost to themselves and to each other
    it is a tragedy that you and i have never really met
    and probably never really will

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    Kohl Ette | 29 March 2013 at 11:12 pm #

    Imo opinion the experience of trauma has something to do with individualisation. Women are traumatised just for being women even in well off countries. It makes the ‘security’ of the institution of marriage seem appealing although your ambition may have been to be independent and work in a caring profession. But if you have a case which has gone to a tribunal for compensation for such things as interruption to career, moving premises, legal costs after a trauma, and then become married, you will receive a reduced amount of compensation because the tribunal will view your marriage as therapy and as you walk down the aisle, that is what you will also (want to) believe! It’s quite likely too most of the paltry compensation will be used to help fund the wedding.

  43. avatar
    Patrick B | 30 March 2013 at 12:19 am #

    terrific post.

  44. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 March 2013 at 1:20 pm #

    Easter Greetings & Blessings sk,

    Hope the Easter Bunny is good to you.


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    perth poet | 30 March 2013 at 6:12 pm #

    The poet, the love of beauty is his faith, his battle
    standard the Azure, his law Ideal!
    ask no more of him, because his eyes,
    in which the radiance of eternities
    has put the visions he follows eagerly,
    would not know how to abase themselves even briefly…
    if, from time to time, he would honour the present
    with a greeting and even deigned to play
    the role of priest, to love and bless, and wanted to be
    the voice that cried or laughed, when one laughed or cried,
    if toward the human soul his spirit bowed…


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