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The Adelaide Ventricle Think Tank

A repository of ideas? A repository of suppositories? Ideas to get the world moving, remove the blockages of bureaucracy and bureaucrats and just cut to the chase. Hey, we could even solve Ambulance ramping in Adelaide. Do you have a good idea to share with the tiny corner of the world looking at this page? Yes? Bring it on. Send it in and we'll have a look at publishing it. Fame, fortune, and maybe a novel fix to a societal problem could be just around the corner.

  • Mona Ghost Train
    The Adelaide Ventricle recently visited Mona in Hobart. This is what we saw.
    Posted: Tuesday 30 April 2024
  • God denied bail and locked up for coercive control offences spanning 2000 years
    God appeared in the Christies Beach Magistrates Court on Monday and was remanded in custody. God fearing individuals should fear no more after God was charged with domestic violence related coercive control and other 'course of conduct' offences spanning over 2000 years.
    Posted: Wednesday 29 November 2023
  • Adelaide Eastern Suburbs House Diorama Competition 2023 now open
    With most every Eastern Suburbs house in Adelaide looking like a life sized Diorama totally without any sign of life or living souls in the front garden, the competition for a top 10 place in the 2023 Adelaide House Diorama Competition will be fierce.
    Posted: Monday 15 May 2023
  • Albanese government abandons referendum to use s51(xxvi), also known as 'the race power', to create Voice in Parliament
    South Australia University of Winpega Lecturer Paul Jackson has been paid $30 million for saving Australia from having a referendum on The Voice to Parliament. Here's what we know.
    Posted: Friday 10 February 2023
  • Cute Guide Doggies of South Australia To Be Trained to Pee on Beam and Neuron Scooters
    Cute Guide Doggies of South Australia (CGDoSA) has this week put in an urgent request to the South Australian Government for for $3,000,000 additional funding for their dog training service in Adelaide.
    Posted: Thursday 10 November 2022
  • Facebook and Instagram Introduces Face Miles: Scroll Miles of Posts to Earn Face Miles
    A new Facebook and Instagram algorithm from Meta will start giving Facebook and Instagram users Flybuys type points according to the miles of posts they have scrolled each day. Known as 'Face Miles' the new Facebook Miles (or Insta Miles) will be allocated to user accounts and redeemable for stuff in much the same way Coles and Woolworths exchange stuff off their shelves for points.
    Posted: Saturday 5 November 2022
  • Two Drug Dealer Case Study: Unreasonable Drug Dealers vs Reasonable Drug Dealers
    The famous 'Two drug dealer' case study helps prove the point that in this modern world it pays to be reasonable. The success or failure of their criminal enterprise underlines the advantages of being reasonable, no matter who you are, or who you are dealing with. Be reasonable.
    Posted: Monday 31 October 2022
  • Australian University Marketing Graduates Urged to Take Drugs to Improve Marketing Messaging
    A Senior Lecturer at the University of Winpega, South Australia, has urged businesses employing new Marketing Graduates from Australian Universities to give these graduates drugs. The urgent plea from Dr Jackson has been made to combat the ridiculous and boring 'calls to action' and 'marketing messaging' being seen on high streets around Australia.
    Posted: Wednesday 11 May 2022
  • TripAdvisor Reviewer Gets Reviewed by Business Owner
    Thanks for your review Jenstar97. Your cutting words and rudeness have really touched me. Your baseless accusations and attacks on our business have awakened something in me. I imagine in a previous life we could have been friends, or even lovers. You have touched my core.
    Posted: Thursday 5 May 2022
  • Medical Breakthrough Puts Red Wine Drinkers in Demand for Uric Acid Donations
    Uric acid is produced as a waste product in the human body. A new discovery about a new use for uric acid has alcoholics and heavy red wine drinkers in demand as they can donate excess uric acid like blood donors currently donate blood.
    Posted: Sunday 20 March 2022
  • 'Stay The Heck Away From Me Public Trustee' Insurance Policy Launched.
    The Winpega Insurance Company has today released a new insurance policy for vulnerable Australians worried about falling under the administration of Public Trustees.​The 'Stay The Heck Away from Me Public Trustee' insurance policy will be provided at a discounted rate at around $1 a day.
    Posted: Friday 18 March 2022
  • Kerbside Hard Rubbish Assembled into Giant EMF Absorbing Statue on South Road in Adelaide
    The anonymous art vandals group the Vigilante Artists Collective of South Australia (VACOSA) have struck again in Adelaide overnight with the construction of a new statue made from ecologically sound kerbside rubbish. The group says the statue will generate electricity by harnessing EMF electromotive force charges into a Tesla battery and be available for homeless people to charge their phones.
    Posted: Thursday 17 March 2022
  • Mullet Hair Infection On the Rise Again: LADWAM Professionals Advised to Take Precautions
    Mullet hairstyles are making a comeback post COVID lockdowns but an urgent plea has gone out from Lawyers And Doctors Without A Mullet (LADWAM) to young lawyers and doctors to NOT become 'mulleted'. Dentists are not affected by the alert. Volunteer groups are being organised to distribute 'demulletfication' information to mullet wearers on the street before the mullet spreads.
    Posted: Wednesday 16 March 2022
  • Native Birds locked in Aviaries For A Long Time Say: Let Me Out!
    Noted Australian Bird Psychologist Dr. Brian Beechworth has translated the birdsong of native Australian birds using The Bird App. Birds locked in aviaries and zoos for years on end are saying they just want out.
    Posted: Monday 14 March 2022
  • 'Heavy Trucks Exhaust Brakes Orchestra' Performs For Adelaide Fringe Festival
    An ensemble of more than 20 hardworking truck drivers and their large B Double Trucks will have a special performance of Beethoven's 5th Symphony at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2023. The trucks will use their exhaust brakes to perform a work called 'Beethoven's 5th - A Major Cacophony'. Rehearsals are already underway on Portrush Road.
    Posted: Sunday 13 March 2022
  • Gaming Room Open Signs Banned From Adelaide Streets
    'Gaming Room Open' signs must be removed from Adelaide streets within 7 days after an administrative error found that the 'Gamble Responsibly' warning wasn't properly checked and was actually a paradoxical oxymoron. According to legislation, 'Gaming Room Open' signs without a legally valid warning are not allowed to be displayed until an updated warning is adopted.
    Posted: Saturday 12 March 2022
  • Adelaide Man Wins Archibald Prize with Portrait of His Thumb
    Adelaide individual Paul Jackson (He/Him) has taken out the 2022 Archibald Prize with a 3.4 metre portrait of his thumb. The painting entitled 'Man with Thumb' is the first time ever the Packing Room Prize winner has also won the $100,000 Archibald Prize.
    Posted: Monday 7 March 2022
  • Australian Mask Wearers Offered Nose Mask In Win-Win Breakthrough
    Australians unable to cover their nose with a mask now have an answer with Adelaide company 'Nose By Design' manufacturing a mini nose mask to help cover the nose. The new mask works like a nose strip for blackheads and will clean the blackheads off your nose, while covering your nose. "It's win-win", said Nose By Design spokesperson Mr Jackson.
    Posted: Wednesday 2 March 2022
  • Social Influencer Charged by Police For Driving Under the Influence of Herself
    Social Influencer Kylie has today been summonsed to appear for driving under the influence of herself. After seen driving erratically on North Road in Brighton, Melbourne, Kylie, a social influencer, was pulled over by the police. Recording a zero blood alcohol level, police then decided to use the new social influence test (SIT) for driving under the effects of a social influence.
    Posted: Monday 28 February 2022
  • The Perpetual Motion Adelaide to Sydney Train Project Breaks Ground at Winpega.
    The Perpetual Motion Adelaide to Sydney Train Project (The PMATSTP) has broken ground in Adelaide this week with Premier Steve Marshall planting a tree at Winpega on the $2.1 billion project. The PMATSTP will use a series of existing and new undulating hills between Adelaide and Sydney for the F-Trains to move people and goods interstate at almost zero emission.
    Posted: Friday 25 February 2022
  • Medical Receptionist Shirley to fill in for God when God has a holiday next month.
    Medical receptionist Shirley from the City of Boronia in east Melbourne has been approved to fill in for God when God has a holiday. As the principal gatekeepers to doctors The Medical Receptionist Guild of Australia (MRGoA) have determined that Shirley has the right disposition to deliver judgements on applications usually made to God. This includes petitioners seeking to speak to God.
    Posted: Friday 25 February 2022

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