There’s nothing like a grand final to make grown men cry and grown women dance on the ceiling.
The AFL definitely won the pre-game entertainment versus the League, and while it will be a tough year ahead for all those who aren’t a little a little pie-curious.
Now they’re over, and people can sober, time to settle in for the long stupor of summer with the cricket.
If only politics captured the nation’s attention in the same way.
Well Gillard’s working on Seb Blatter, head of FIFA about bringing us a world cup – before telling NATO that Australia is punching well above its weight in the FIFA football rankings.
Even the Commonweatlth Games seem to have gone off without a hitch, in a victory for Indian management. However one fantastic aside has been the tough work Mark Arbib has been doing in India.
Not only does he appear petrified in all the media he’s doing spruiking terror threats– but he actually wasn’t able to get into a venue due to security over the weekend.
The security guards apparently cited problems with the facial recognition software.
Speaking of faceless, or should I say nameless, the World Cycling Championships in Geelong were held over the weekend, and without surprise, Cadell had more excuses than celebrations.
You’re probably well aware that there’s not much in Canberra this week, but they’re all back next week.
Four Corners looks fascinating this week – with the program doing one of those spy on the wall, behind the scenes look at the deal with the indies after the election. Should be good.
As for qanda, it’s a bit more like book club this week, with Tariq Ali, Paul Kelly (the boring one), Geoff Robertson and… I don’t know. Dangerous ideas? More like the hypothetical end of certainly staying awake.
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