Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Irony unites Khouri and McAuley

Australian kayaker Andrew McAuley must qualify for a Darwin Award.
The adventurer died recently on while trying to become the first person to paddle alone across the Tasman Sea from Australia to New Zealand.
Shortly before his death he had said that, although he didn't think adventure was worth dying for, nonetheless, some people needed to put their lives at risk to appreciate how precious life is.
And his death proved what, exactly?

Meanwhile, Norma Khouri did not turn up for the world premiere of Forbidden Lies, the film in which she stars. Instead, she has been sending out letters of protest saying that the film is all lies.
I'm starting to get the giggles.

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