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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Back to Boganville


No password? Try here to watch Episode 2
and here to watch final Episode 3.
To watch Episode 1, click here

 

Of course, we watched the second and final instalment of Struggle Street on SBS and were torn between anger and pity: anger at the 'grown-ups' who blame everybody else but themselves and feel that society owes them a living, and pity for their children who didn't ask to be born into such filthy and self-inflicted squalor - click here.

I really don't want to say any more than that. Now that our politically-oh-so-correct world offers an excuse for every failure and a medical term for every misbehaviour, any suggestion based on common sense would be shouted down immediately.