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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: BOXING DAY December 27, 2014

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On Boxing Day, Dexter and Hannah were taken out for a walk. They when out on Christmas Day, although some other days were missed. However, it is true that on Sunday, “one walks his dog(s) – “Le dimanche on promene son chien(s)”. ¬†Our meandering is more progressive digressions, than promenade.
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CORPORATE TRIUMPHALISM, DEMISE OF DEMOCRACY? December 23, 2014

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If this is the challenge, how do we meet it? Let me quote myself from a comment posted in response to “The Ship of Fools”:
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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: GOOD FORTUNE December 20, 2014

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If it is true that everything is transient, then good fortune will pass in due course. There is a suggestion, and it is difficult to what credence some intelligence might have that much of the area will be converted to housing. Meanwhile Dexter and Hannah live in the present.
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NON-ARMED INTERVENTION December 16, 2014

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I don’t know anything about civilian non-armed intervention, or how it works and in what circumstances, but it seems to me in regard to the recent hostage event in Martin Place, such an option might have been very useful.
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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: TOMORROW CAN WAIT December 13, 2014

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That was then, and now is now. Time seems to have moved on. Dexter and Hannah have memory, but seem to live, as far as I can tell in the present.
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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: TALKING AWAY December 6, 2014

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Every day for the past week has involved thunder, lightning and rain. Fortunately, these events have arrived in the evening and here we have not borne the full brunt, including hail, as has occurred elsewhere.
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MORALITY AND REFUGEE POLICY December 5, 2014

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Green Senators spoke with emotion on the treatment of refugees in the last evenings debate on the amendment to the legislation. The debate, such as it is, was delivered to a near empty Senate chamber.This is a moral case, and as democratic citizens we have to take responsibility, and hold those who presume to rule us to account.
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