All Men Are Liars

Life at the bottom


Sam de Brito Prescription opioids are the new drug of choice. I hit the street for look behind the headlines.

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Gods of metal


Sam de Brito Hard rock gigs are a rare way for young men to get physical in an appropriate manner.

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Virtually impossible to prove wrong


Sam de Brito What if your life is just a simulation on a computer built by an advanced civilisation?

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Death knock


Sam de Brito Everybody, it seems, knows how to do a journalist's job better than they do; with more integrity, greater insight, fuller imagination and better "splleing".

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Sam de Brito "Overall, it seems you're still better off to be a man," said the article in this very newspaper."Excellent!" I thought, excited to find out how good I had it because I've been gifted with testicles .

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Fans with typewriters?


Sam de Brito The story within the story might be why every sports journo and commentator missed the biggest yarn of the last 10 years - if not ever.

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Horizontal drinking


Sam de Brito Feel that chill in the air? Time for some drinking in bed, I reckon.

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CSI suburbia


Sam de Brito What cringeable crumbs of evidence would crime scene investigators find in your home?

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Muslim Brotherhood


Sam de Brito So, in an attempt to counteract the bellicose hysteria about Muslims, Islam and the Middle East that seems to be generated or insinuated by many mainstream media organisations, I bin educamating...

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Peter Roebuck's sad legacy


Sam de Brito I feel sorry for gay blokes - not in a pitying, condescending way, and certainly not every gay man. There are plenty of gays who annoy me - particularly the vicious, snippy, Carson Kressley wannabes...

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Sam de Brito Yesterday, as part of White Ribbon Day, I flew to Melbourne and participated in a panel discussion about violence against women for the Law Institute of Victoria, and at the end of the talk, all...

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The worst feeling in the world


Sam de Brito Hopefully time will tell whether Troy Davis, the American prisoner executed last week in Georgia, was actually guilty of the murder he was accused of. For everyone's sake I hope he was ...

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Your obituary


Sam de Brito The news that highly-respected ABC journalist Paul Lockyer, as well as pilot Gary Ticehurst and cameraman John Bean have died in a helicopter crash has devastated many Australians familiar with his...

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Fleeing the island

Big spenders want out of Britannia

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 22:  A city worker ties his tie as he walks past the London Stock Exchange on September 22, 2011 in London, England. Share prices on world stock markets have fallen sharply today following several warnings over future prospects for the global economy. Both Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF and Robert Zoellick,president of the World Bank, have voiced their concerns over the health of the economic situation. Today the UK FTSE 100 has fallen 4.7%, whilst the US Dow Jones is trading at nearly 3.5% down.  (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

One in five Britons with more than £250,000 in savings are thinking of living abroad because they are tired of crime, poor weather and the high cost of living, new research has found.

Weigh in


Sam de Brito So, thanks to my somewhat pathetic, pleading blog post last month 'Give me a TV show', I've hooked up with a production company called R & R Media and we're going to shoot a 'sizzle reel' for All Men...

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Sam de Brito Next time a person swears at you in traffic, why not wave giddily at them so they'll spend the rest of the day wondering which acquaintance they just insulted ...

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Famous firearms

Bonnie & Clyde's bounty for sale

Bonnie & Clyde thumb

The guns that infamous killers Bonnie and Clyde were carrying when they were killed in 1934 could sell for as much as $200,000.

Picture perfect

Online dating: the rules


Dominic Knight, Sunday Life How do those looking for love online attract hits? A photo with a big smile and plenty of flesh helps, as Dominic Knight finds out.

Strange brew

The long black week

Man and coffee cup.

Matt Suddain, Sunday Life Just how hard could it really be to give up coffee for seven days? Very, finds Matt Suddain.

Passion in the frame melb  .charles blackman who will be celebrating his 80th birthday with an exhibition in melbourne

Lawrence Money Charles Blackman turns 80 today and will celebrate by launching a major retrospective.