Bonus Stage (30.03.2016)
In an alley off a busy Redfern street there is a wooden door that could easily be overlooked, mistaken for a wall, if not for the sign above it, emblazoned; giantDWARF. Giant Dwarf Theatre is an artsy space that hosts many a great comedy performance; the one in question herein is the monthly live video-game talk show that is Bonus Stage. I had the pleasure of attending the March instalment of the show and [spoiler alert] pleasurable it was.
So, I’m getting up to my exams and stuff now, which is the reason for the lack of posting. Once this is all over, I’ll be free to post as much as I like, but at the moment I haven’t got enough time to write many reviews or anything. Just thought I’d let everyone know, so they don’t think that Kooloo-Limpah is dead, which it definitely isn’t. Oh, and I will still be updating every now and again, but not nearly as often as I’d like. I’ll do my best though
So, apparently, it will not be a crime to bypass the internet filter that Communications minister Stephen Conroy is planning on introducing to Australia. No fines, or gaol time, or anything. It will be completely and perfectly legal. Which begs the question – what the fuck is the point of making the filter in the first place? People will bypass it, then teach others how to bypass it, and eventually everyone will have third-party programs in their computers to bypass the filter, and no one will actually have the filter functioning on their computer. What a waste of money and argument.
This website also opened my eyes to the fact that any euthanasia-related material will, under the proposed filter, be blocked to all Australians. This thing is a joke.