The neoconservative thought bubbles emanating from the Commission of Audit are designed to make Joe Hockey's upcoming budget look moderate by comparison, writes Mungo MacCallum. Even after 15 hours of surgery, my recovery was not entirely beset by hallucinations. But given the amount of kites, balloons, smoke and mirrors emanating from the government about what will and won't, might and mightn't, be in the budget, it may as well have been. Since this unlikely proposal was not only rejected by an army of economists but also contradicted most of Treasurer Joe Hockey's actions since his election, this always appeared dubious at best.
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Review: Run All Night Is A Dull Movie About The Hoariest Myths Of Blue Collar Masculinity
Losing your goddamned mind is the most human thing of all. As boring, alienating, and generally meritless as it is, Run All Night does nail virtually every hoary myth of blue collar masculinity. The kind of player who can compete with the younger, faster, more naturally athletic almost always blacker players simply by remembering his fundamentals and never sass talking, trash talking, or showboating. Pull up your pants! Pistols on each defender! Hands at 10 and two! Kinnaman, now sufficiently pissed off, hits the guy with a few straights and liver shots that having him writhing on the canvas.
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Also known as ice cream headache, the sudden pain can almost make you regret that triple scoop of mint chocolate chip. Here's the science behind why it happens, plus how to ease it fast. It happens to just about everyone: you take a delicious first lick from your ice cream or long sip of a cold slushie, and then bam—your head begins to pound, or pain radiates all through your skull. The pain continues as you shut your eyes and wince, and then it subsides, letting you to go back to enjoying your cold treat again. Like sudden lightning storms and itchy mosquito bites, brain freeze is one of the downsides of summer.