|Link to XXX rated news February 14th. 2007
||[Mar. 18th, 2008|05:36 pm]
February 14th. 2007 Sydney Morning Herald
They found up to 60,000 "very explicit, XXX rated" DVDs and videos with a retail value estimated in the millions of dollars, a police spokeswoman said today.
The raids were carried out after investigations allegedly found 90 per cent of the material sold at the stores was illicit.
I have no idea what a "XXX" rated video is. It implies that it has been rated by some form of rating authority. The only such authority I am aware of able to rate video material was the OFLC (now the Attorney General's Department based in Canberra and under the jurisdiction of the new ALP appointed Attorney General Robert McLelland)
The only "XXX" rated videos that I am aware of are advertised in the Penrith Sensis Yellow Pages both in the local Penrith Yellow Pages and in the on-line version of the yellow pages (that's apart from entering XXX as a search term in the Sensis search engine above (Australia only)).
I get brothels lesbians and orgies amongst other things !
On the 28th. March 2008 the Censorship ministers of Australia meet in the Barossa Valley. I don't why they bother. Anything they discuss is totally irrelevant to reality.
This is a censorship related posting :-)
I took my bike out for a spin this afternoon and purchased 100 1 a day fish oil (Omega 3) tablets (as advertised on TV). These will supplement the anti-cholesterol tablets I'm currently taking. The GP told me that he regularly takes fish oil tablets and indicated which of the numbers on my blood analysis report could possibly benefit from fish oil. This is a different number to the one the anti-cholesterol tablets can improve. I've applied for two application forms for a low-income health care card. I now need one for myself and one for the company I've incorporated. My tablets would be costing at least $70 a month after March 25th without a health care card.
I've also linked my company up to PayPal. It will take 3 days for PayPal to verify.
I thank Trevor the comments regarding Sir Paul McCartney. 24.3 million quid sounds a lot but as the YouTube Video sent to Alan's "Starry Eyed" list notes money doesn't buy happiness (the video incorporates one of 'mediocre' Sir Paul McCartney's songs)