So much to say and so little time.
We watched some of National Bingo Night last night. Well, all of it actually. Fools! We won't do it again, that is for sure. Something dodgy about it all I reckon. We only needed one number in each game. The prophet describes the game better than I could. So tedious. Good to see an Indian person on tv. Bad that they used him a joke. (I have actually put some thought into that last sentence and that is my conclusion)
Less tedious was the Great Debate, the political debate where our Prime Minister debates the leader of Opposition party. It was a bit tedious really, that is until I turned over the Channel 9's coverage and observed the worm. I was mesmerised by the worm. I did not really hear much of what they were saying. I just watched the worm. Up and down it went in response to what they were saying, judged by an audience. What a hoot. Perhaps a cheering or booing audience might have been better, but this was a good substitute and did not impinge on the audio as cheers would. I doubt we will ever lack a worm again. We will always have worms.
Btw, because someone's partner has downloaded so many 'movies', we have been throttled for a few days, effectively we are on dial up. It is interesting to observe the difference. Anything text is quick, picture are slow as. I would not like to try to download a movie. The weather bureau's rain radar, my homepage, will not give an image, but that may not be related. Not sure why I have it as a homepage, given how rarely it seems to ever rain.
I am somewhat disturbed at the seeming ructions within, well maybe without, the Public Transport Users Association. I don't always agree with them, but I don't doubt their passion and commitment and I consider them a reasonably effective lobby group. When politicians start to get involved in lobby groups, I worry.