Yesterday was the first session in the Annual Holiday Drinkies Sessions. This one was held at the Griffiths Head - now pretty much the regular - and consisted of Tobias, Chadwick and little Stevie. Funnily enough not as many drinks were consumed as I'd like, but it was fun meeting up with the other half only for her to discover that I'd just bought the same book that she's bought me for Christmas, only I scored it at half the price in a half drunken stupor. Much giggling. Four meatballs later and it was back home, complete with rotten guts.

It has made me wonder though. The shops here have been open for last 24 hours straight. That's a boon for all of those who worked the graveyard shift - the award rates must be excellent. However come next year when Howards Industrial Relations reform legislation comes into effect those rates will evaporate. Now can you imagine being told you're working from 12am through to 8am on Christmas eve for the basic award rate with no penalties? It's gonna happen, and if those poor bastards refuse then they'll be out of work.

That's going to be the PM's Christmas present to us all - a return to the bad old days when his idol, Menzies, ran the country, complete with the appropriate xenophobia. Only instead of communists we now have Muslims under the bed.

Oh well, another drinking session today, tomorrow and possibly the day after. It could be worse, I mean, we have New Years Eve coming up too.

Roll on 2006.

Have a very merry christmas kiddies, and a safe and excellent new year.


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