Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Says It All

OFF to the golf club, which often means posting a trick shot video to hold the fort. Not today, though. This is much better value -- and just as applicable here:


The speaker is Evan Sayet.

11 comments:

  1. The Old and Unimproved DaveDecember 5, 2012 at 2:58 PM

    Will a trick shot yarn do instead ?

    A golfer hits a big slice on the first hole, and his ball ends up behind a small shed. He's about to chip out when the caddie says, "Wait! I'll open the window and the door, then you can hit a 3-wood right through the shed."

    After the caddie opens the escape route, the golfer makes a big swing. The ball nearly makes it, but hits the windowsill, then bounces back and hits the golfer in the head.

    The next thing the golfer knows, he's standing at the Pearly Gates. Saint Peter sees him with his 3-wood in hand and says, "I guess you think you're a pretty good golfer."

    And the guy says, "Hey, I got here in two, didn't I?"

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  2. On a not inapposite note, see “A Conversation about Race” (available here).

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  3. Bloody good one Professor. That was brilliant.

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  4. A brilliant 47 minutes ..... Take the tip - worth the time
    Cheers - John S - Hunters Hill

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  5. This clearly explains Fairfax and the ABC's idolisation of Gillard and hatred of Abbott.

    Ian of Brisbane

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  6. Professor, if you like Evan Sayet, you might also like Bill Whittle. It's a couple of years old, but still essential viewing.

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  7. I really enjoyed watching this video. Thank you for posting.

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  8. Great insights all true. What a task we face in bringing sense into government

    Alan Moran

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  9. The rise of social Marxism will I hope encourage the right to not only explain why the Liberal Left's vision is fatally flawed but also revisit, restate and recommit publicly its own beliefs. Sayet's video does exactly that. Tony Abbott and team please take note.

    A great starting point would be to accept that discrimination is the only means of understanding what is right and what is wrong.

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  10. and he knows how to pronounce hyperbole

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  11. Evan Sayet sure knows how to say it. That was the best summarisation of the "progressive" thought process I have seen.

    Thanks for sharing, 45 minutes well spent.

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