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Posted by Mr Roberts , 01 March 2010 · 679 views

G'day Everyone (sorry if I've left anyone out), a newbie, I also reside in Adelaide "The city of churches", South Australia. By day I toil at a box factory in a die tooling work shop. On special occasions they take the corks off my cutlery and I am allowed to look out the window.

On weekends and evenings... lunch-breaks, before work, during the drive home, loo-breaks and pretty much any spare minute not devoted to being father to three bottomless pits and husband to a strawberry-blonde warrior Queen, I write novels in the D.N.A. (Showers and rainbows in the desert) tradition of far-fetched humour. People have applied such labels to me as atheist, nihilist, blasphemer, huge and shower hog. I prefer to think of myself as simply being white on the outside, red and slightly salted on the inside.

Looking to touch base with like minded thinking folk, I'm after pointers on atheist music, movies and literature. Particularly humourous literature. I love the aforementioned D.N.A. and other fonts of wonderful fun such as "The Bible according to Spike Milligan" and Peter Ustinov's "The Old man and Mr Smith."

A man ahead of not only my shoulders, but probably yours too, I look forward to sharing ideas and observations (but not my sticky date pudding) with you all.

Big group hug,

Mr Roberts.
http://www.zeus-publ...ree_agendas.htm



Wonderful stuff. Why not share your sticky date pudding, it sounds nice so far?
You wrote: By day I toil at a box factory in a die tooling work shop. On special occasions they take the corks off my cutlery and I am allowed to look out the window.

I've worked in places like that - where the boss says things like, "They don't want fancy working conditions; they love slopping around out there, getting covered in grease and grime."

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