That exactly what our former foreign minister Julie Bishop decided to do in preparation for her press conference in Canberra today, following her resignation from Cabinet on Sunday.Ms Bishop remained cool, calm and collected as she faced a barrage of questions from media about the Liberal leadership spill and her resignation as foreign minister.She teamed her conservative navy dress and coat with a pair of red satin block pumps, a matching red manicure and a beautiful pair of pearl Margaret McKinney earrings.Julie Bishop at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra. Picture Kym SmithSource:News Corp AustraliaPicture: Kym SmithSource:News Corp AustraliaPicture: Kym SmithSource:News Corp AustraliaPicture: Kym SmithSource:News Corp AustraliaJulie Bishop’s hands during her press conference at Parliament House. Picture: Lukas Coch/AAPSource:AAPJulie Bishop’s statement pearl earrings.
He is talented there is no getting away from that. Not my cup of tea but I do appreciate talent when I see it. I think his performance was a calculated risk. Since I started using the internet the social website MySpace was the site everyone used to stay connected with friends, learn about new music, and almost anything you can imagine wanting to know about had a MySpace page, and some things I didn’t want to know such as learning how much some people will share with millions of people. MySpace had some great, fun additions you could add to make your page stand out, blinking letters and trendy quotes and sayings were seen on everyone’s page. MySpace was a virtual venue where new and established music artists could get their music listened too and receive feedback.
For what it worth it is just begging. There almost certainly isn anything more sinister than that. The passport won be hers, and nobody who believes the story is going to hold a distraught woman passport hostage over a few quid so she can go round offering it to people all day if she wants, and 3.50 is a convenient amount cos it easily rounds up to a fiver..
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA philosophy lecturer in Hawaii has resigned after getting into a disagreement with university administrators over his use of profanity in the classroom.Daniel Petersen, who taught at both Hawaii Community College and the University of Hawaii at Hilo, said he has never sworn directly at his students but would use profanity to add emphasis to his lectures.”The first thing I say is ‘[expletive] happens,’ in the context of free will and determinism,” he told Hawaii’s Tribune Herald this week.A student at Hawaii Community College had complained about Peterson’s choice of language to her father, who then brought it up with the school. The professor posted a copy of the father’s complaint onto his university website and encouraged his students to discuss the issue, which further escalated the situation.The college informed Peterson, 61, last week that he would not be needed for classes next semester. Peterson immediately tendered his resignation and says he intends to sue the university for infringing on his free speech rights.When contacted by the Tribute Herald, the school’s vice chancellor for academic affairs said he couldn’t discuss the issue or comment on personnel action.Do you watch your language in the workplace? Is swearing acceptable in the workplace or the classroom? Please give us your take in the comments section, but know that moderators will remove swear words.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.