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    Amazon says human staff will always be needed in the future. Well, of course they are. Robots will never be able to tell which crocs are in fashion this month. It's the clear ones -and I am happy to own a pair.

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    post10.jpgA daily gag

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    I tried hot yoga for the first time today. The guy running it had converted his office into a practice studio. So basically, while I was doing the downward dog, they had one of those cat posters on the wall that says “hang in there”. Weird.

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    Taking various roads on a journey, has its own rewards. Kate Jessop was 17 years old. She had earned immense popularity at high school, for a floral piece donated to the grounds statue. A 2 meter wide rose arrangement, took up all the attention at the monolith. It was enough for the student body to award Jessop, “Best Stylist” -and for the local paper at the time to run a half page spread and photo. They called it, “a Bouquet of Pride”. Kate had a reputation in town as the daughter of Dora Jessop, a celebrated wedding designer and decorator to the elite. The link though, was only part of her success. Kate was an affable, kind and determined young girl. Other girls at Destiny State High loved Kate. With personal wealth somewhat foregone, her parents insisted she follow this through with a husband. Dora Jessop, for one, was a conservative type and argued it was “really the only idea”, but Kate fought back. In place of design, she chose law as a college path. Legal books, Kate quickly realised, were tricky things. The only way to master them was with clear mind and focus. So, to that end, upon graduation, Kate used what little money she had to rent an old timber apartment. She culled half her clothes for a “travel easy” wardrobe and held to the studies. A husband right now was not the focus. Indeed, over the next few years, Kate surprised herself with how comfortable she became in the disciplined life. The old timber apartment, complete with air friendly walls and a leaking coffee pot, was home. It would only be in the practice of law that Kate came to find something more disturbing than cold nights in. The dirt of corruption, that would not wash away. Read more in Dirt Kernel!!.KateJessopconceptart.jpg

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    Why is it with Australia we only have “small success stories”?. It's like even our animals are only half of where they should be. A kangaroo could be a deer, but if you told one it had a red nose, it would just punch you in the face. A wombat could be a pig, but instead of a cute oink, it just sneaks through grass -and a koala is doing a damn poor job of being a bear.

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