Temporarily took yesterday’s light-hearted post down. Sorry. I’ll put an updated version up (including all the new photos that everyone has been inundating me with!) soon. Essentially before it goes up, to place it into context, I need to finish my analysis on what the response I’ve received says about Australian society and culture, the Australian media, and also politics in the web 2.0 age – but as a social experiment this really has worked beyond my wildest dreams!
Plus, I need to work out what to do with the issue of comment moderation, and a few other minor things (like doing a male equivalent – Simon in his SES uniform has already secured himself top billing!)
We apologise for any inconvenience caused & all other similar cliches.
In the meantime, I’m interested in people’s thoughts on what I should do about comment moderation.
Update: I really can’t be bothered commenting on the sillyness of some in the Australian Media at this stage. But, for the benefit of the mentally-challenged, allow me to clarify: I have nothing to do with the Lib Students or YL’s anymore. This isn’t any sort of recruitment drive. This was a joke between friends. A joke. Humour is a concept the Australian political scene is tragically devoid of, so if you’re unaware of the concept, you can look it up on Wikipedia here. So stop being so uptight, or thinking that I’m pimping off girls in some nefarious plan.