Quote 100 peer-reviewed studies to support your point and people will still argue with you.
Start your argument with “Did you see the Mythbusters episode…” and you win.
Well, I have voted in the election and had my say.
This election is a bit weird. Both major parties have adopted the American practice of focusing on the leader. This mean that we have been subjected to an election that is basically a popularity contest between the guy that no-one likes and the guy that everybody hates. And no-one knows which is which.
I generally find the best way to find out the policies of one party is to listen to the other party, as neither party seems to ever talk about what they stand for, only badmouthing their opposition.
This is the first post on my blog, so I guess I should introduce myself (though why anyone who doesn’t know me would be reading this early, I don’t know).
I live in Adelaide, South Australia, over the road from the beach. My main interests are music, mostly the Junior Eurovision Song Contest [JESC] (and the adult version too); during the Australian summer, Softball and, during winter, Lacrosse.
I also run the jescipedia website, a site that gives statistics on the JESC, and contains the jescipedia forum.
Well, I guess that’s enough for a first post.