"All three were basically gods to me when I was growing up. All three lived on my bedroom wall at one time or another during the 80s... And all three taught me that being a bloke wasn't as straightforward - or as stifling - as most of popular culture would have had me believe," writes Andrew P Street.
With so much going on yesterday you might have missed this incredible story about a heroic Australian tradie.
This Aussie hero fearlessly put himself into harms way to make sure the safety of complete strangers was protected.
We have such a problem with crime in Victoria, which I'm sure you know if you live there.
Women can't ride home at night on a bicycle without fear of being attacked and robbed. There seem to be more and more terrorist arrests every day. The police are doing their best but it seems like they can only do so much. And while all this is going on Premier Andrews refused to talk honestly about immigration and Islam. How pathetic is that?
Have you got any stories of heroism or any stories about similar criminal behavior? If you do please share them because it's only by talking honestly and listening to each other that we can learn what's really going on and find a solution.
Lucy & I were delighted to welcome the Australian & Pakistan cricket teams & their families to Kirribilli House today. A bit of backyard cricket and rolling down the steep lawn made for a wonderful family afternoon. Looking forward to the Sydney Test this week!
Here's a little clip of some of the fun we've had this year. Thank you all for being a part of our life. You are always our inspiration to keep bringing smiles and laughter to people's days. We hope to bring lots of happiness and love for Staffies again in 2017. Thanks for being with us, happy new year. ❤️❤️❤️