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About JK

A frustrated academic, I want to start a social movement that will bring people together to create a better world. The world is far from ideal and who is going to change it if we don’t?

Happiness is a birth right and at the very least, a worthy ambition for us all. We have a responsibility to work together to help all people experience happiness. Please join with me

Myer - no Harrods.

Good riddance to Myer's CEO!

And there are plenty more who should follow him. Don't these obscene executive salaries make you furious?

Money Business
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9 months ago
(Money & Business)
Your chances of dying from a shark attack are minimal.

What will you die of?

There are about 160,000 deaths each year in Australia. What's likely to get you?

Fitness Ageing Health
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10 months ago
(Health & Beauty)
Centrelink has contempt for the community it serves.

Centrelink demonstrates contempt for community

Why senior heads should roll over Centrelink's appalling phone query wait times.

Business Social Issues Politics Australia
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10 months ago
(Money & Business)
Terrorist attacks are a lot less frequent than you've been led to believe.

Is the world really more dangerous today?

Are there really more terrorist attacks today compared to years ago? The truth will shock you.

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10 months ago
(Ys Comment)
Separation of powers is about keeping the bastards honest.

Keep politics out of policing and our courts

Our federal politicians have been dancing on dangerous, sacrosanct ground when it comes to policing and our judiciary -- and it...

Community Social Issues Politics Australia
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10 months ago
(Ys Comment)
The chances of you falling victim to a violent crime are much lower than you've come to expect.

Are you living in fear of crime? Read on

What's your risk of falling a victim to a violent crime in Australia -- and are rates truly rising? You'll be shocked at the...

Community Social Issues Australia
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10 months ago
(Ys Comment)
The Beatles, icons of the 1960s.

Do you remember the Swinging '60s?

If you are under the age of 60, you probably don't. But neither does anyone who was truly there.

Culture Music History Nostalgia
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10 months ago
(Nostalgia)
They were happy days in the time of black and white.

Do you remember black and white?

It was a time when most of your media was devoid of colour. And it was great!

Movies TV Technology
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11 months ago
(Nostalgia)
The left and the right come at this issue from different starting points.

Our starting point divides us

I believe there's a relevant factor that separates us politically and explains the left-right divide. Let me explain.

Money Social Issues Politics Australia
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12 months ago
(Ys Comment)
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