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What’s a Dead Penguin Worth to a Politican?

August 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment · Updates

It’s been a while since one of Real Dirt’s favourite contributors, Professor Poongschtock, has felt the need to fly into print. This time penguin exploitation has irked the good professor and he is as mad as a cut snake… Just how low can a politician stoop in pursuit of power? It’s a question that’s been […]

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The Fires of Mordor

October 19th, 2009 · 8 Comments · Blog

Some of you may have heard I had a serious accident in April this year, which is a bit of a lame excuse for why I have neglected, Real Dirt. I fell off our roof while adjusting the solar panels, landing on my head, knocking myself out and ending up with six days of amnesia. […]

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Hazard Reduction Burning: ecological or pathological? SMH/REAL DIRT EXCLUSIVE

September 8th, 2008 · 19 Comments · News

Picture by Rick Stevens Story by James Woodford It’s spring, and soon we’ll start to get sensationalist stories predicting a horrendous bushfire season ahead. They will carry attacks on agencies for not doing enough to reduce fuel loads in forests close to homes, for unless those living on the urban fringe see their skies filled […]

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