The Stace

Hi, I’m Mike Stacey and I’m just keeping an eye on things as I approach the sunset of my life. Well certainly closer to the sunset than the sunrise at least 😉

This site contains a mixture of my scribblings, podcasts and radio shows.

I suggest you use the “Blog“, “Podcast“, “Quotations” or “Radio” menu items if you want to segment what is displayed. Under “Blog” you can also just choose one of the categories to further limit what is displayed. Look for the “Older Posts” at the bottom of the page to show the next page of posts.

If you would like to find out a little more about me, please check out my  “About” page.

 

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My favourite Senate candidate

Meet my darling wife Molly, who I am proud to announce is standing as a Senate candidate for the Health Australia Party.

See the party website here or their Facebook page here. You could also follow Molly on her journey at her personal website here which has links to her Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Here is Molly’s electoral “pitch”: Continue reading “My favourite Senate candidate”

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Election time

“We should all welcome the disappearance of a ministry which has neither achievement in the past, policy in the present, nor prospects in the future, to justify its existence.”

Chris Watson, first Australian Labor leader 1905

Dark Emu: a book review

Dark Emu has shaken me, it has shaken the foundations of my very existence, torn away layers of conditioning that has been provided for me over the years. It is that serious a book.  As I have now discovered it is not the first to lay out the notion of a more developed people inhabiting this country than was the view of the original English settlers. But it is probably the manner in which this book has been written that sets it apart.  Continue reading “Dark Emu: a book review”

Beyond?

You know you are getting old when you have the following happen to you. We were sitting in the car at traffic lights when my wife innocently asked me “How do you feel about dying?”. I thought about it as we travelled through the intersection and then blurted out “I’m quite looking forward to it really”, a response that nearly caused my wife to run off the road. Continue reading “Beyond?”

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