Do you usually inhabit a digital, suburban little villa, located in the delightful Australian village of Adelaide?
Do you have a sense of humour?
Are you a prominent supporter of brand Mozart?
Do you believe you have a right to be amused, with or without Trumps or trumpets?
Tolls are designed to change behavior as much as raise money. Idea is to encourage people to move to Adelaide and Perth where no toll roads.— Jack Stepney (@jfstepney) July 18, 2017
Sydney is not New South Wales.
Melbourne is not Victoria.
Perth is not Western Australia.
Adelaide is not South Australia.
Brisbane is certainly not Queensland.
Do you believe Australia requires several new city states, politically separated from the vast hinterlands?
Some ideas are floated but then take a long time to get off the ground.
The cover of our October issue (on shelves Monday)— Nick Feik (@NickFeik) September 29, 2017
With apologies to Magritte: pic.twitter.com/ZNeEiqMm60
The right to be amused is often related to the right not to be abused.
Do you ever connect your desire for amusement with your desire for meaningfulness?
Is this Japanese concept the secret to a long, happy, meaningful life? https://t.co/4Vc4da7024 pic.twitter.com/pnzF4XkO4D— World Economic Forum (@wef) October 1, 2017
Do you think most of the outback become a new Australian state, politically separated from all the major cities?
Do you find more meaningfulness in the local, the national or the global?
If you wish to be enlightened in an Adelaidean way, please note that Villa Twaklinilkawt is still ethereally owned by The Twaklinesque Muse of the World, who remains President of the Australian Political Reform Club and Head of State of Nilkawt.
Of course, owning an ethereal dwelling is often cheaper than owning a physical one.
Toronto, London and Sydney are among the riskiest housing bubble cities https://t.co/8hewioS79H pic.twitter.com/P4cGgbsZXL— Bloomberg (@business) October 1, 2017
Is your financial capital losing value against other major currencies, against inflation and/or against richer people than yourself?
Do you have an abundance of political capital and/or cultural capital?
It is not necessarily the constitutional structure of parliamentary democracy in need of reform in Australia but the culture of politics.
How are you contributing to that cultural transformation?
Are you finding amusing ways to do so whilst assisting the 21st Century Enlightenment?
Australia's finest and most enlightened news service is based in the Villa Twaklinilkawt. Most of that news is not necessarily amusing though it is necessarily enlightening.
The Australian Humour Rights Commission supplies guidance, nevertheless.
Enlightening, quality local news is often of global consequence, too, mainly due to the fact that it includes displays of enlightened leadership.
But most people would rather seek amusement than enlightenment.
Would you rather be known as highly intelligent or comfortably confident?
8 ways body language can trump #intelligence https://t.co/s6lfx8fFz5 #leadership pic.twitter.com/1wjLpya7Pm— World Economic Forum (@wef) April 7, 2018
But what happens when your knowledge of the world erodes your confidence in yourself and/or the future?
Driest Sept on record for Murray–Darling Basin exacerbates rainfall deficiencies in eastern Aus. #Drought statement: https://t.co/Rus42k6NHG pic.twitter.com/5IltwcjRXR— Bureau of Meteorology, Australia (@BOM_au) October 4, 2017
Members of the Revolutionary Climatological Needlepoint Committee will, as usual, be discussing such matters at a monthly digital salon for world peace. You may have occasionally joined them there in the past.
There is no advertising permitted in the Adelaidezone. Nor is any advertising permitted to be purchased in relation to the activities pursued in this digital location. This is to ensure privacy is properly respected.
There is nothing amusing about intrusiveness.
Does #GoingDigital invade #privacy? 61% of people in the #EU worry about #OnlinePrivacy & tailored #advertising ► https://t.co/iiiQBD1it4 pic.twitter.com/kAuTNoKKad— OECD Innovation (@OECDinnovation) October 11, 2017
Are your international trading partners are facing long-term upheavals? Are they in considerable debt?
How does your own financial situation compare with theirs?
Statistical Insights: What does household debt say about financial resilience? https://t.co/YcM8BfYeqj pic.twitter.com/KWaNU8iMMd— OECD Economics (@OECDeconomy) October 13, 2017
Do you believe every international, bilateral and multilateral agreement should be put to a referendum?
As you may be aware, the Australian Humour Rights Commission not only upholds the most suitably civilised parameters of Australian humour, it supervises the legitimate use of farce in this part of the world.
Many aspects of world trade are a farce in themselves.
There are few useful connections between the important and the imported in most societies.
How do you imagine the future?
When you imagine the future, you're actually accessing your memories, @julieebeck reports: https://t.co/oLFvvFjBna pic.twitter.com/eFdNZyoP3r— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) October 18, 2017
How will you maintain your right to be amused in the future?
Does great humour mainly exist in the least corrupt societies?
Does great humour mainly exist where happiness is most likely to exist?
Compared to similar countries, how do we rank for wellbeing? See chapter 9 for more: https://t.co/FXZxag7AFC #OzWelfare #TalkingWelfare pic.twitter.com/BQTbjg9tPC— AIHW (@aihw) October 19, 2017
You may feel you have a right to be amused by the following:
1. Just a few dramas from the parlour
2. State of the art
3. Another enlightening monologue