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Monday, September 6, 2010

DERBY: "He found he'd split his jeans, but he could splice them back again. 'Structure, structure!'" PL Inkletter said, wishing many diseases goodbye.

Be all that as it may, meanwhile:
'In other news…'
06th September 2010

Monday: The highlight of today was visiting my Uncle M, soon to turn 90, in his nursing home in Midland. I picked up Mum from Melville, and we drove to Midland to see him. I was under the impression that he was in a home several suburbs south of there. The lovely man still has his wits, and his character is evident in spades, against formidable odds, arising from the car accident that disabled him three years ago, and the enormous challenges from the fellow patients and the environment around him. I have described a bit more of this visit in tomorrow's posting.

Lateline Business: Brigid Glanville looked refreshing, don't you agree, in her simple striped shirt, as she hosted the program:

A delightful bit of colour to spice up the LATELINE BUSINESS program, and a great choice for jammies as well, Brigid Glanville in danger of setting the studio at Ultimo smouldering
A billion dollars of property to be offloaded by Woolies? Not unless Charlie Aitken gives it the go ahead?

Full marks to Charlie Aitken for his stylish combination of textured tie with non-conservative shirt colour, all within a conservative dark jacket package. It certainly had Brigid Glanville taking notice.
She is going to have to watch that financial devil, Charlie Aitken, and the games he's playing with her, or is it some psychic power he wields? – as the picture below attests:

Is Charlie aitken it again? What manner of power can do this to a woman?
On a less lighthearted note, tonight's LATELINE – LATELINE BUSINESS package illustrated the power and value of research and understanding. Leigh Sales' interview with Professor Hugh White demonstated that Ms Sales, by her comments and questions, that she had researched Professor White's Quarterly Essay 'Power Shift: Australia's Future Between Washington and Beijing', and understood the gist of it. Brigid Glanville, on the other hand, demonstrated the opposite, unfortunately, during her interview with Austin Williams, Director of the Future Cities Project in London.

Mr Williams was courageously blunt here and there with some of his returns to Ms Glanville, and I was left with the impression that she was not around the issues he was addressing. He made a great deal of sense. I wouldn't mind hearing Leigh Sales interview him on the same subject.

To be fair to Brigid Glanville, I don't know how much time she had to prepare for the interview. Preparation time is definitely a factor, in which some ferocious paced reading would need to be done.

Uh oh! I've put my guest to sleep! Brigid Glanville tests Austin Williams' fortitude and stamina on LATELINE BUSINESS 6th September 2010

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