What we thought we knew has been confirmed. The ALP is controlled by factions. The faction with the most power seems to be the NSW right. They turned over the leader as soon as his popularity started to dip. So far so good. Continue reading ALP in danger
Alexander Vinokourov won stage 13 of Le Tour today with a late stage attack. He jumped clear at the bottom of a small climb 10 km from the finish. He managed to hold a 10-second advantage over the sprinter’s teams who were probably driving the peloton at speeds approaching 60-65 km/hour on the flat.
I know you’re frightened to see such a publicly display of man-love as the fat controller put on show in that last post. I know it was every bit as gut-retching as he imagined it was heart-wrenching. I know, and I’m sorry. This hasty post is designed to move it down the page, post-haste, for the good of the internets, hallowed be their name.
Wouldn’t it be great if soccer matches were decided only by skill and ability? But dives and handballs are inevitable when 22 dudes are making split-second decisions with the single objective of maximising their team’s chance of winning. Continue reading Crashes are cycling’s yellow card