Oct 18, 2009

Getting there / being there

I'm allergic to bees but I like honey. I spotted this one at the tram stop on the weekend. My last encounter with a bee involved it stinging me on the top of my head and going to Emergency at 3 AM with a brain crushing migraine and lymph nodes strung like a bunch of grapes around my neck. Encouraged by the prospect of trawling the hard rubbish on the streets of Malvern I was fearless. Last year I scored in this council zone, but this year was a bit disappointing. It seems the GFC has effected the quality of hard rubbish in this rather affluent suburb. Yes, it's that serious! There was plenty of actual rubble, not the haphazard piles of promising miscellanea I affectionately refer to as rubble. And countless bundles of foliage (yawn). This mattress below was perhaps the nicest thing I saw. The strangest thing was 4 half empty bottles of Cinzano. At least that's what the labels said, it was a bit too early for sampling. I left them for wayward children. I hope they are not too busy playing on the computer to rummage and pilfer. Kids these days....

Oct 12, 2009

Food Therapy (continued)

Look what I found in my mailbox today.... a flyer from the Chinese Food Therapy Restaurant! (see post from Sep 13th, 2009) The good news is fried chicken cures everything. I plan to take my 'unable treated disease' there soon. I'll be sure to avoid the Lotus Seed Soup...

Oct 11, 2009

First aid, second hand

Every body hurts. Prepare yourself.

Tree Vs Coke

Sharks eat metal and so do trees. (At least trees in Italy do.) And so begins Nature's Great Revenge...

Oct 5, 2009

iSnack on Oz mite (v.3.0)?

Oz Mite....then again Oz Mite not. Are the marketing team from Kraft getting all their ideas from 2nd hand knock-off badges from Camberwell Market? Probably!