The internet is such a wonderful place isn’t it?
From now on, I will have to watch my unpredictable cussing habit which was also one of my New Year’s resolution, cut down on the cussing. Not that I have been cussing a lot but you know, the usual amount does actually equals to quite a huge amount.
Time to start behaving like an adult and perhaps start by cutting the cussing in this blog?
On a completely different note, I have finished reading a one-of-a-kind non fiction book lately. (blog later) That book has opened a completely different view to me of the democratic society in Australia. It gives outsiders a very detailed introductory level of understanding in how the politics run in this culture. (which I will mention more later)
Last week, the entire street suffered a total blackout. Cause: unknown. It was raining all evening and at about 9-10pm the entire street went black. It was eerily quiet and dark. Pitch black. Then, there were constant siren ringing. Police cars, fire trucks and so on. Turns out there was a car accident at the end of the road as a result of the blackout and traffic chaos begun. Also, there were smoke in this backstreet with two trucks of firemen trying to figure out what was happening.
I went to bed that night listening to the alarm that the fire set off ringing louder and louder by the second, inhaling air full of smoke and a random car blasting some ridiculously loud music. I was tired so I fell into deep sleep within seconds hitting the sack.
There was no news about what happened. But that was the first blackout I ever encountered in Melbourne. That was weird.