The Fog of Law – Edith Cowan

Gave a lecture to Edith Cowan University design students yesterday about this site, and the development of Perth. Pretty quiet bunch. Took this news remarkably calmly. (Maybe they always suspected).
“Edith Cowan may have been man”. A researcher has poured doubt on claims that Cowan was WA’s first female parliamentarian. DNA evidence…
I’m happy to report that the ECU cafe is called Clusters (!) And as a start to a pleasant morning, I reported these smokers and their “tavern” for brazenly breaching the new campus wide smoking regulations. Really, I did! They seemed to be acting music types – who else would be drinking in the morning. (Except a guest lecturer, and that would be totally different.)

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12 Responses to The Fog of Law – Edith Cowan

  1. Bento says:

    Please tell me the presentation was in the Yoko’s Anal Moon building.


  2. rottobloggo says:

    Did anyone upbraid you for your appalling spelling and grammar?


  3. Russell Woolfe's Lovechild says:

    You mean that isn’t a meeting of the ECU Sartorial Society?


  4. Snuff says:

    The New Wine is found in the Cluster.


  5. dudecloverdale says:

    Is the whole campus smokefree or summat?


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  7. Anonymous says:

    did the uni student fog (quiet bunch) have anything to do wit,h still processing the last three hours of information from seminar?


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