Brutalism

Why? Because shut up! Devastating Mandurah scene by Alasdair. Could it be more perfect? And is this the style of letterbox featured more than 7 years ago?

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The Global Envribrancy

Stu’s regret on having to leave the brutal Perth envibrancing yesterday, reminds me to remind youse of what we are. Perth is the centre of the universe, where the rest of the planet is the environs. Paris, as Gerro are mere outer suburbs. Solari knows what’s real. Beautiful. Serenely beautiful photo from Chelsea Melbourne. I’d dine in.

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Look up, Look up!

Imagine getting the news from a Telstra box! The news that you’re a cunt that is. From Stu, who is finding it hard to deal with the envibrancing of Perth and is moving on to less, or perhaps more mature vibrancing pastures. Best wishes mate. And don’t forget. Look up. This is from Mt Lawley.

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Bayswater Vandalism

A plaintive cry against Bayswater council vandalism pinned up at the shops. Just what that vandalism might entail seems to have been missed. One may well cry j’accuse on Sylvan Alberts on his vandalism of concrete benches with pictures of his horrible puss on each one, but never fear, a kind soul has added the true answer. Free. Yes the vandalism of Bayswater’s dead heart with free wifi which you can’t use because you wouldn’t be there to use it. Ever. Or is it tree?

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Outrage Sunday 175 backyard cinema

Movies under the stars? Yes please! But not that UWA stuff – that’s for patsies. Perth Truth Seekers‘ Backyard Cinema: Summer Series is going strong. Last week we had Origins : Our Roots. Our Planet. Our Future, a “documentary about the intrinsic connection between the human lifestyle, our health and the vitality of our planet“. 600_431938670

It’s pretty clear that we have changed. Only a few generations ago, chronic illnesses like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes were seen in only a small percentage of the population. Today, some statistics show that more than three-fourths of the western world are afflicted with one of these major illnesses. The question is…

How did this happen?

We are so much more advanced in our technology, but, collectively, we are in the Stone Age when it comes to the health and vitality of our bodies. As a matter of fact, our Stone Age ancestors had this dialed in better than we do. Images of Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble do not give our origins justice… I’m pretty sure no one has ever eaten a brontosaurus burger, but I’ve seen plenty of people eat Double Whoppers.

In the new movie Origins, we get the inside look at how we lost touch with our natural state of well-being. We finally get an explanation of what happened, and how we ended up entrenched in disease. But, more importantly, we get a map on how to get back to our roots, and experience vitality NOW and well into our future..”

It was awesome, and I for one was astounded to discover what my mitochondria are really for! See you at the next Backyard Cinema:

THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what’s “really” going on in our world by following the money upstream – uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives.

Weaving together breakthroughs in science, conciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.

“My apologies to all those in attendance last time who would be expecting a film about Geoengineering,” our host said. “I do intend to set an evening aside for this topic in the near future but I really want to include some of my own video footage and numerous other footage shot in WA on this important topic. I need a little more time to put it all together in order to give an expansive presentation for those unaware of the global weather modification programs underway.”

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(Possibly last) Snuff’s Missing Links 53

Snuff’s commitments to the Shaolin means that this may be his last for a while. Thanks for all the wonderful links Snuff.

Spiritual duct tape.

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Her Indoors

Love this. A local RSL Club. Btw the “His” was a blank piece of glass. Probably punched out by a Kokoda vet.

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