Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Welcoming Guests

Good morning and welcome to the Adelaide parlour meant for you and your enlightenment.  My name is Jeanie Yuss and I am likely to be here for the next two hours to answer any questions you may have about Villa Twaklinilkawt.

Today I will be demonstrating the skills required of a digital parlour supervisor.  I will also be demonstrating the skills required of any room guide within this ethereal villa.

As you may have already noticed, I am here mainly to listen.  I am also here to help, if possible.

On many sunny days, you are likely to find me out and about in one of the gardens of welcome, on the north side of the main house.  I am one of the guardians of the gardens.

Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Searching Australia

My name is Jason zu Innsbruck and I am visiting Australia at present with my grandfather.  His name is also Jason zu Innsbruck.  We are from Austria.

This is my first time in Australia and I have only been here three days.  I have had a brief look at the introductory guidance provided on how to supervise this parlour.  My grandfather is resting in the guest wing of Villa Twaklinilkawt. 

My grandmother died just over two years ago.  She was an opera singer.  Since her death, I have become very interested in my family history and the mysteries with it.

Monday, 22 August 2016

Heritage in the Parlour

In the 21st century, difficult personal and interpersonal situations are often put on public display.   This appears to occur purely for entertainment and touristic purposes, rather than protecting the interests of safety, democracy, respect and enlightenment.  

My name is Charlie Warra and I am a professor at the International Training Centre for the Harmonious Interplay of Beauty, Understanding and Magnificence.  Today I am here to teach everyone the heritage dance.  Are you ready?

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Encounters of the Investigator

An abusive romanticism is prevalent in the 21st century world.  Even so, enlightened explorers seek peaceful encounters with the truth as they sail through the surf of history, avoiding the flotsam, jetsam, ligan and derelict democracies wrecked on the political tides.

My name is Matt.  There are many matters mattering to me as I mutter about the encounters I have experienced during my investigations, past and present.  There are too many people with a debt to history, and even to the present.

Friday, 19 August 2016

A Full Festival of Meaningfulness

There are many festive occasions associated with Villa Twaklinilkawt, just as there are many festive occasions associated with Nilkawt, and possibly even Adelaide.

In Nilkawt, for example, a former abbess, who also happens to be a former government minister, is currently co-ordinating a meaningful festival with the assistance of several Nilkawtian ladies-in-waiting.  I have been invited to help.

I have also been invited to participate in a similar festival in Adelaide.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Histories and Mysteries

Celestial teapots are often described as unidentified flying objects.  Their presence in South Australia has been recorded for many years.

When was the last time you experienced something mysterious?

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Real Tea, Realty, Reality, Royalty and Royalties

Any significant difference between proper tea and real property is not particularly easy to distinguished without the assistance of reality and Reality.  Real property, also known as realty, is not real at all, unlike a physical cup of tea.

Real property may only exists on paper, or merely in an electronic database.  It has no real existence as physical property except through the rule of law and a financial system.  In contrast, a cup of tea can be tasted, consumed and enjoyed as an experience of momentary bliss.

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Taxing Conclusions

What does it mean to be poor, relatively speaking?

And what does being poor mean in terms of tax?

You may think it is somewhat odd to begin this concluding session of the tax forum with two questions.

An Advance for Australia

Good afternoon and welcome to the third public online session of the day here at the Twaklinomics Tax Forum in Adelaide.

This morning, we heard from Noah about various aspects of Twaklinomics and tax.  If you have any further questions about Twaklinomics, I hope to be able to answer them.

Parenting, Pensions, Property and Prosperity

Hi there kiddies and former kiddies.  I'm Granny Autarky, a global expert on parenting, pensions, property and prosperity.  I am also a more-than-comfortable self-funded retiree.  Lucky me.

My daughter Anna Quay was meant to be helping me here today, but she is usually unreliable so I am not expecting her to turn up.  As the mother of a wayward child, I know that kiddies can sometimes be as difficult to manage as a local economy. 

Twaklinomics and Tax

Welcome to day three of the 2016 Twaklinomical Tax Forum here in Adelaide.

The online coverage today will begin with an overview of our progress.

Monday, 15 August 2016

Fair Tax for All

If you have missed the earlier sessions of this online, ongoing tax forum, please do not worry.  You can catch up with the notes of each session here:

Notes on session one

Notes on session two

Notes on session three

Notes on session four

Notes on session five

Notes on session six

You are now attending session seven.