From the Guardian this morning (around 2.00AM because I can’t sleep):
Unhappy meals: American doctors’ TV ad features a corpse holding a hamburger and the line ‘I was lovin’ it’. McDonald’s, which has thrived in the recession, isn’t laughing
I’ve had maybe two McDs meals in the past three years (and regretted each one) – not necessarily a ‘hater’ of the company but it’s kind of embarrassing for the species that we allowed the company to make so much money from selling rubbish wrapped up in greaseproof paper. We suck, we really do.
Here’s the video:
Monday morning at Indonesia Export and we’re still working on getting one of the offices painted right… still looks less than perfect to me.
The weekend was a breeze — hot and sunny. Didn’t do much except to sit around and wait for Mount Merapi to blow its top.
Got a call on Sunday evening — a friend of Athina‘s heard a large bang and thought maybe there’d been another terrorist attack so we spent a few hours checking online and watching the news but as far as we can tell, nothing much happened. Most likely a neighbor overdosing on Spermamax.
33 days to go and I’ll be married… so excited about it.
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I’ve been reading a lot of stuff about the proposed new pornography laws in Indonesia and, yes, I find a great deal of it disquieting.
At the office, this topic has featured in five or six different lunchtime conversations and everyone does have an opinion.
Last week, we went as far as to get ourselves a copy of the bill and I had it translated. Interesting reading to say the least.
But why the broohaha? It’s a law. Indonesia doesn’t enforce them anyway. Pornography’s against the law (meaning the hardcore stuff) but you can get it pretty much anywhere. Continue reading “Bali, Pornography & Public Morality”
Ok, you can pretty much ignore the title but an interesting thing…
Yesterday, over lunch with the chaps of Indonesia Export, going over the weekend activities, it turned out that Antonia went to mass at Kerobokan jail (most recently featured worldwide with stories on the Bali Nine, Schappelle Corby and all the other distinguished Australian ambassadors of goodwill currently serving time or getting shot on Bali). Continue reading “Going to Jail in Bali doesn’t seem like such a bad thing really…”