John Lord from THE AIM NETWORK says in his recent blog:
If you want a good read on growing inequality read this:
I had a look at these data. They reveal a lot about income distribution. Truly interesting!
Peter and I spent a few days in Canberra. We returned on Sunday, the 28th.
At about 10,30 we left the Tower and explored a little bit its surrounding and the views towards the city of Canberra. The fog had lifted. There was even some sunshine. The air was fresh and crisp. Temperature had risen to about 8 C.
When we had been arriving earlier in the morning we were just about the only visitors. But now more and more people kept arriving.
Apparently there is a bit of public transport going up here:
Then we drove on to the National Museum.
This one is about Mystery.
I took more pictures of other verses. I might show them some other time. All these verses made a lot of sense to me. This is why I took pictures of them to remember them. There was for instance more about hope, loneliness and thrill as well as devotion and passion.
We just had a look outside, but were sitting inside the cafe for our lunch.
Peter had some knee problems and at one stage was limping a bit. One museum staff member noticed it and promptly offered Peter the free use of one of the museum’s scooters. Very bravely, Peter rejected this offer. He just was not inclined yet to use one of these motorised scooters, hoping his knee would soon get better. And luckily, by massaging some relevant pressure points, it soon did get better, and Peter was able to walk around again more freely.
Saturday evening The Museum of Australian Democracy presented
THE HANSARD MONOLOGUES: Age of Entitlement
We had tickets for this very interesting show. The Museum of Australian Democracy is int the Old Parliament Building.
You might like to have a look at this website: