Pauline Paton, Suzanne Wicks, Ken Hudson, David Markham, James Wall, Peter Noone, Andrew Smith, Stephanie Edwards


Pauline Paton of Centennial Park has simply returned from Norfolk Island and is eager to report an indication she noticed posted on the message board outdoors St Barnabas Chapel. “Pray like Jesus. Wash your palms like Pilate.”

“Look, I don’t wish to be (too) pedantic however when Jack Dikian says that 11.05am is the optimum time for creativity (C8) is he speaking about customary time or daylight saving time?” asks David Markham of Flynn (ACT). “If I’ve to be optimally inventive twice it will be a bit tiring.”

Stephanie Edwards of Roseville believes that “the ‘time for optimum creativity’ (C8) is prone to fluctuate relying on the person, however is often about 15 minutes after morning espresso. Though for some it’s delayed till after a drink or two round 6pm.”

Having a relative within the non secular sister (C8) enterprise, Suzanne Wicks of Potts Level and her household have “alway used Sister Mary Holy Water if we didn’t know her identify. Over the a long time we met lots of and couldn’t bear in mind all names.”

Greatest definition of a lie (C8) Ken Hudson of Wollongbar ever heard got here from the Fitzgerald Royal Fee in Queensland. “A witness was described as ‘he treats the reality carelessly’. What a ripper!”