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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.

  • 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
  • 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
  • Spare Parts People Website Launched in Australia
    The innovative Spare Parts People business sweeping Asia has launched its Australian website in anticipation of a stock market IPO later this year. Spare Parts People is a business started in China by The Chinese Government that brokers body parts from living donors, although the model has come under fire for exploiting the poor.
    Posted: Wednesday 16 February 2022
  • LAW: Baby Accused of Crying Like a Baby Claims Baby Defence: I am A Baby! Also claims Nappy Defence.
    A baby boy in Prospect, South Australia accused of purposely disrupting the peace of shoppers at an Adelaide Bunnings Store has successfully raised the Doli Incapax defence in Court where no child under 10 is capable of forming a guilty mind.
    Posted: Friday 11 February 2022