Happy Festivus (for the rest of us)!

Time for the Airing of Grievances...

It’s December 23.

Time for the annual Happy Festivus post and a nod to a classic Seinfeld episode.

Get out your aluminium pole and commence the Airing of Grievances!

3 Responses

  1. 1. The BBC’s distribution of Line Of Duty S6.

    2. The fact that the ABC’s documentary on The Wallace Line, ran for 3 hours without explaining what actually occurred, who Wallace was and what he did, who named it and never mentioned The Weber Line. In simple terms life in Eurasia and Gondwanaland evolved separately. And when Australia/Papua broke off and drifted up to SE Asia, the straits in between Indonesia’s many Islands kept them separated for another 50m years. Wallace noticed that the strait of Indonesia’s main Islands stop large Eurasian mammals and non-migratory birds from cross, and Weber that the strait of Papua did the reverse. However more mobile plants, bird and reptiles have crossed into the middle, and in a few cases right across.

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