1. Which letter in the standard Google logo is coloured green?
2. Where would you find speleothems?
3. In the TV series, what was written on the back of the Partridge Family bus?
Careful Nervous Mother Driving.
4. Who won his fourth MotoGP title last month?
5. Cheyenne is the capital of which US state?
6. Name the sisters in the Disney film Frozen
7. In legend, which ancient Greek town was the home of the Amazons?
8. Sylvia Plath was married to which British poet?
9. On December 9, 1990, who won Poland’s first direct presidential election? (Bonus point for naming the party he co-founded and headed.)
Lech Wałęsa. (Bonus point: Solidarity.)
10. To the nearest round number, what percentage of Australians voted “Yes” in the Marriage Law Postal Survey?
“I really loved the ’60s and ’70s when life was so simple and you could slap a woman on the butt and it was taken as a compliment, not as sexual harassment.”
The former member of INXS defends sexual assault. It requires a potent level of male privilege to believe this to be true or that Pengilly’s moustache is a good idea.
“I can’t comment. I’m living a private life now. All the best.”
The former parliamentarian avoids raids after complying with a court order to turn over documents relating to his failed business, Mineralogy. His life has become the sad final act in a low-budget remake of Jurassic Park.
“We are in unchartered waters.”
The lead opponent to marriage equality marks the passing of legislation to allow for same-sex marriage. Except that at least 25 other countries have “chartered” these waters quite well.
I was sodomising Jacqui McKenzie on the set of Romper Stomper.
The actor tells a joke at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards. It was not good.
“My new man-crush. Bradley Cooper out, Milo in. Loved every moment of my day with him yesterday.”
The former Labor leader shares his affection for Milo Yiannopoulos. Finally, a person who has lost almost as many jobs as him.
“I am, you are, we are Australian.”
Those present in the federal parliament for the vote on marriage equality break into song as the legislation is passed. Online, three simple words were trending internationally on Twitter: “Eat shit, Lyle.”