The usual obligatory and self-indulgent stats: 24, Aussie, athiest, law & criminology student at UNSW, feminist, fan of: Carl Sagan, bacon, science, art, metal, politics, debating and probably some other crappola as well.
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s.e. smith, ‘Happy Holidays! Are You Enjoying the Imaginary War on Christmas Yet?,’ xoJane (via se-smith)
HAYNE J: The second point that seems to be wrapped up in it, but which may be not unimportant, is that the notion of marriage is not now, at least on one available point of view, never has been fixed.
MR GLEESON: Will your Honour bear with me if I - - -
HAYNE J: Of course.
MR GLEESON: - - - deal with that at point 4? Thank you.
HAYNE J: Leave the time bomb just ticking there, Mr Solicitor.
MR GLEESON: I was interpreting it as a happy present, your Honour, but as always I am mistaken.
HAYNE J: It is that time of year, Mr Solicitor.
SOURCE: The Commonwealth of Australia v The Australian Capital Territory  HCATrans 299 (3 December 2013)