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LUCY KIPPIST’S NOVEMBER ALMANAC

Oh hello… thank god you’re here! I appear be stuck in a bog of depressing songs, poems and even films devoted to the month of November.

Take it from me, whatever else you do this month, just be grateful you’re an antipodean. Because every one of our artistic northern cousins, from Emily Bronte to Tom Waites, appear to have mourned the second last month of the year.

Let’s be clear about this, November might be the month to remember, but we don’t need to feel so glum about it. The next four weeks should be devoted to reflections of just how fast ...

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3 Comments

  • Reply November 5, 2012

    ro.watson

    About womens’ facial hair~yes we get this~ remember that movie “Fried Green Tomatoes” ~ where a younger one does the plucking? I am shocked that it is still a source of commentary that women have hair on leg, under arms, and on chins and above lips. Normal~ not unnatural..

  • Reply November 5, 2012

    ro.watson

    Silly hair headlines~ anyway I reckon the Melbourne Cup is so BIG~ because it is spring…. And Michael Kirby is a treasure for coming out~ eventually~ sticking up for the notion of “human rights” which has not always found favour or education among other black letter lawyers…

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