The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 19
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
[Adopted and proclaimed by United Nations General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) of 10 December 1948]
Hi! My name is Boy. I'm a male bi-coloured tabby cat. Ever since I discovered that Malcolm Turnbull's dogs were allowed to blog, I have been pestering Clarencegirl to allow me a small space on North Coast Voices.
A prime ministerial musing:
Word is that a number of hoomins along the Northern Rivers have been emailing messages of support to the PM like this: I sincerely hope that you lead the Labor Government into the 2013 federal election campaign as Australia's Prime Minister.A very moggy musing:Mata Hari, the slinky oriental cat who lives on Yamba Road, took a walk with me through the Yamba Bypass - Section 1 Species Impact Statement and asks - "What gives?" For the life x9 of her she can't understand why the author on one page mistook Yamba for Ballina and on another confused Deering Street and Cox Street, before deciding to slap an environmental offset bang in the middle of another stage of the bypass route.She reckons Yamba Feline Birdwatching Troop Inc.will be ecstatic, because it'll be so much easier to arrange takeaway meals once Clarence Valley Council destroys all those trees & bushes that dinner little birdsget to hide in.
A Hhmmmmmusing:Maclean Local Court 9.30am 11 June 2013 Mention (Other) Criminal Jurisdiction NSW Police v Geoffrey William LEVINY Case Number 201300148044 [NSW Online Registry]A Hogan-esque musing:Which North Coast Nationals candidate at this year's federal election is complaining to anyone who will listen that the mainstream media is ignoring him?
A thought to ponder:
In case of bushfire or flood - do you have an emergency evacuation plan for the family pet?
An adoption musing:
Every week on the NSW North Coast a number of cats and dogs find themselves without a home. If you want to do your bit and give one bundle of joy a new family, contact Happy Paws on 0419 404 766 or your local council pound.
Archived musings can be found here.