All Men Are Liars

Never 'beef down' to an internet troll


Sam de Brito The golden rule of hip-hop can also be applied to dealing with online pests.

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Bad habits

Things that make you dumber

SpongeBob SquarePants

With all the talk about self-improvement these days, in fact, there are many common behaviours that have been shown to make people stupider.

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Gentleman geek

Assange a revolutionary in pinstripes

Julian Assange

Dressed in a suit and tie and standing in the drawing room of a stately English home, he looked more like a stockbroker than a revolutionary and spoke more like an exile than a computer geek.

Power in the pantry

Forget an ATM receipt bachelors need a shopping list

Don Draper

A jar of martini olives, a bag of salted peanuts and a bottle of vodka stashed in the freezer are all essential tools for the socially ambitious man about town.

Rock legend

Mental in a good way

Reg Mombassa.

Andrew West Andrew West meets the artist and rock legend formally known as Chris O'Doherty.

Cat tales

Rich man, paw man

Jim Davis with his character Garfield.

Helena de Bertodano Sarcastic, slovenly Garfield - the world's most popular cat - is the creation of a man who couldn't be more cheerful or industrious. Jim Davis talks about the ginger tom that saved his life.

Sporting star

I am what I am

Interview: Paul Connolly, Sunday Life Former Socceroo Craig Foster on his sporting start, World Cup failure and life behind the mike.

Publicity trumps probity

(FILES) British artist Damien Hirst poses for photographs in front of his work entitled 'The Incredible Jouney' during a photocall at Sotheby's art gallery and auction house in central London, on September 8, 2008. Hirst entered the record books Monday September 15, 2008, after an unprecedented auction of his works raised 70.5 million pounds (89 million euros, 127 million dollars) with more than 160 lots still to be sold. Sotheby's auction house in London said that after 56 of the total 223 lots were sold M

John McDonald Damien Hirst's recent auction was just high-end commodity trading.