Archive for October, 2004


A week of eating, on reflection

Friday 15th October 2004
I slept in, so breakfast was a piece of caramel slice and 300ml Diet coke from Joe’s cafe.
Lunch was jumbo Kingsley’s chips, breast fillet burger with chilli sauce, gravy sub and two croquettes + 600ml Diet Coke
Dinner was some lamb steaks or something
Saturday 16th October 2004
Lunch, I have no idea… The steaks from Friday may have been here instead
Dinner was Pizza and booze. ^_^
Sunday 17th October 2004
Again, no idea.
Monday 18th October 2004
Breakfast was Laksa w/out noodles
Dinner.. Forgotten again
Tuesday 19th October 2004
Breakfast was two subs from Subway
Dinner was Opporto’s and Sunkist and Diet Coke. (Also saw Donnie Darko Director’s Cut. That was good. ^_^)
Wednesday 20th October 2004
Breakfast was subs from the airport servo.
Dinner was Sizzle Bento. ^_^
Thursday 21st October 2004
Breakfast was subs frmo airport servo again
Dinner was two subs from Subway. Diet Coke a hoi hoi today.


Thursday October 14th 2004

Very late brunch: Combo Large from Sizzle Bento + random sushitrain stuff + Raspberry Crush from Boost Juice + Wheatgrass shot.

Saw Dr Turtle today, got my vital statistics measured:
134kg, 41 BMI.
133cm Waist
133cm Hips

Dinner: Another of those blocks of chocolate… Yeah, I know. But I’m out of food that I can be bothered cooking.

Breakfast tomorrow is courtesy of Joeseph Maatouk, and lunch will be in Civic or Braddon, and dinner… I dunno, but going shopping tomorrow night, so there’ll be food a hoihoi. ^_^


Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th October 2004

Tuesday was Servo hero sandwiches for breakfast, macdonalds for lunch, and calamari rings for dinner.
Wednesday was Laksa for breakfast, and sausages for dinner.
Yeah, I know. I got busy. >_<


Monday 11th October 2004

Breakfast: Little steak things on the barbecue

Lunch: Kingsley’s Breast Fillet Burger w/ chilli sauce and a gravy sub and three croquettes and a 600ml diet coke.

Also had a Raspberry Crush and Wheatgrass shot from Boost Juice.

Dinner: Chicken Medallions in the gorilla. ^_^
500g of Calamari rings w/ light Tartae sauce
half a block of chocolate. (Cadbury Old Gold w/peppermint chips)


Sunday 10th October 2004

Breakfast/Lunch: Seafood basket from Red Fish + Chicken Fillet Burger w/Chilli sauce + Gravy Sub from Kingsleys, and 300ml Diet Coke
Dinner: 6 Woolworth’s Chicken Kebabs. (I have no idea what flavour) and some frozen veggies. Also some cans of Lift, and some Diet Coke dregs.
Dessert: Block of mint-slice chocolate, more diet coke. ^_^


Australian Politics 101

Just when Australian politics couldn’t get any more confusing…

Yesterday, the federal progressive party (the Labour Party) campaigning on Health issues lost to the federal conservative parth (the Liberal Party) campaigning on law and order. Strange as that is, it’s normal.

Now the ACT’s local conservative (Liberals) opposition is campaigning against the progressive (Labour) government for next weekend’s electoin, promising to move money from law and order projects (a new gaol) into health care and hospitals.

I might go move somewhere where the politicians remember which side of politics they’re on, and where the party names make sense… ^_^


The Howard Miracle continues

Arrgh. >_<

People who’ve held still in front of me long enough, will have heard my idea that, although individual persons can be quite clever, people tend to be stupid. The larger the group, the stupider they act.

This principle seems to have elected John Howard as Prime Minister of Australia again. He managed to claim during the election campaign that Peter Costello was responsible for Australia’s good economic position, but that Mark Latham would single-handedly drive Australia into the ground financially, and at the same time insult the intelligence of every Australian who can do simple arithmatic.

For those whose arithmatic isn’t so good, 12 is less than 17, so the last labout Prime Minister reduced interest rates by 5% in one term. In three successive terms, John Howard’s governments were only able to drop it 6%. This last point isn’t really comparable, I expect, since a drop from 17% to 12% while the whole world is recovering from a recession isn’t hard, while 12% to 6% over three years while other economies are suffering is not easy. But hey, if everyone else can insult the intelligence of the public, why can’t I?