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PAYTON L. INKLETTER
Thursday, October 28, 2010
HAMPTON: "Tipsy with the numbers, yet he found the smoking gun," PLInkletter notes, "and no blood money, against death before old age, a living doll."
Monday, October 25, 2010
BRIDGEPORT: "Tennis for two perhaps, but no nukes for any or all!" noted PL Inkletter. "He strived to rinse the pong from the little boy and fat man."
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
HILL END: "Two sisters, a similar vein, Star of Hope, aureum buyers, stained glass…" PLInkletter rambled, "just picture it if you can, hi ho, silver!"
"Because in looking to benchmarks you need things that can be measured and there's a big difference between the sort of elections we have here, for example, and the sort of elections you have in Afghanistan.
"So I'm wondering where in that continuum you would think that that's a functional government?"
Julia Gillard: "Leigh, in part this is for the Afghan national people to determine.
And let me be clear: I would dearly like to be wrong, and see the fruition of the allied efforts with a rapid achievement of a peaceful self-governing society in a stable and developing Afghanistan, with a consequent orderly and soon wind-down of all military engagement by all concerned. The nation would obviously be Islamic flavoured, but how about a moderate flavour? And let it then hold its head high a part of the United Nations of peaceable forward-striving collective of humanity.
Friday, October 15, 2010
GOTTHARD PASS: "At last, some light without heat at the middle of the tunnel!" PLInkletter yodeled movingly, "But what is a mountain to faith anyway?"
|David Suzuki shared much wisdom under the gentle direction of Leigh Sales in this wonderful LATELINE interview|
Friday, October 8, 2010
BEIJING: "Xia, please give Xiaobo a big hug from the rest of us who value liberal democracy," asks PLInkletter, "and keep hope alive for his release."
Friday, October 1, 2010
WASHINGTON: "It's hardly rocket science," PLInkletter maintains, "more like a singalong: 'Oh give me space, lots of space, under starry skies above…'"
|Her bright red jacket only failed to ignite Ticky Fullerton's hair because it is so much shorter now|
|There's nothing quite like black and white in politics: Craig Emerson and George Brandis were predictably starstruck by their own side's performances|