Peace on earth… and in apartment blocks.
“Just because you live in a flat, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a bit of peace”, By Mary Dejevsky, The Independent
Not so long ago, managers of a block of flats in south London gained brief notoriety for setting rules that forbade – among other things – late-night television, early-morning whistling in the shower, and prams and bikes anywhere at any time.
“Monkey, pig and Stooges – what a circus this is”, by Jacqueline Maley, The Sydney Morning Herald
If question time was a YouTube video, this is what it would look like. Meanwhile, because things weren’t weird enough yet, independent MP Bob Katter released a YouTube video of himself breakdancing.
“Dennis Waterman and the ‘problem with strong, intelligent women’”, By Naomi McAuliffe, The Guardian
Despite admitting violent abuse and, by way of a justification, his own intellectual inadequacy, Waterman claims: “She certainly wasn’t a beaten wife, she was hit and that’s different.”
“When the Good Do Bad”, by David Brooks, The New York Times
It’s always interesting to read the quotations of people who knew a mass murderer before he killed. They usually express complete bafflement that a person who seemed so kind and normal could do something so horrific.
“Searching for Sydney’s Snooki in The Shire”, by Lucy Kippist, The Punch
Fake boobs, tattoos, cat fights, home-wreckers, trips to the mall, visible panty lines, Brazilian waxes, endless domestics and lashings of designer fashions.Let’s not beat around the bush, we love reality shows because they’re trashy.