Sunday, November 26, 2006

11 — Eggs — Nov 27

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Mimi Monica Wong, Sudan IV additive scare, the WKCDCCCACD and Trams.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

10 — Celtic — Nov 20

Milton Friedman, Buddhists, South China Morning Post humour failure and Eason Chan's father.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

9 — Dr WHO — Nov 13

Tung Chee Hwa get's a free doctorate and Beijing swaps Margaret Chan for Bird Flu.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

extra — dangerous when cornered

It may seem heavy handed but you just can't take chances with Shanghainese Officials...

Sunday, November 05, 2006

8 — Trees — Nov 6

APOLOGY: To everyone who left comments - sorry I didn't realise that I had to approve them before they would show up. In the interests of freer speech (and less work) I've disabled that feature now.
So please keep 'em coming and thanks for the support.

This week we have hill fires, altruist developers, Henry Fok and dangerous driving.

QUESTION: Secretary for Justice, Wong Yan-lung , issued a circular this week looking for more Law Draftsmen. By 2012 nearly two thirds of the people who actually write our laws will reach retirement age and they're having trouble filling the current vacancy. It's Directorate Grade 6 and carries a $160k per month salary so it's got to be worth a crack... What kind of law would you like to write if you had the chance?