Who the heck is Jon Doust?

While surfing the net, checking if this blog would still rate on Google, I happened on the above heading.
Guess what? There’s another Jon Doust plying the vapour world.
And he reckons he’s better looking than me.
Check him out:
Not bad.
He lives in France. Got a business there. Was there during the rugby world cup and wasn’t sure who he should yell for.
I was yelling for the All Blacks, poor buggers play beautiful rugby every day except the one that matters.
Now check me out:

Sorry, that’s another bloke.
Obviously a bloke who has played too much rugby and always lead with his face.
No idea who he is.
This is me:

Notice the fine cheek bones and the square jaw, all characteristics of the Southern Hemispheric Dousts.
(I think the other Jon has a similar jaw. Must be cousins.)
Ok, why am I searching Jon Dousts on Google?
Well, I’m not really, just been a while since I made an entry and I wondered what that meant.
It means, this blog has slipped down the first Google page.
What does that mean?
It means I either get back to it, or it slips further.

Here’s some other news
My garlic is almost ready to harvest.
Pics coming.
I have very high levels of lead in my urine.
This house we live in is for sale.
We have another house in Albany, deep south of Western Australia, where we will live from December this year.
It’s colder, wetter, greener, nicer, wilder.
Yes, all good reasons.
It is on the tip of this side of this continent and the only place to follow is Antarctica.
Humpback whales love it and regularly pass by.

Let us hope that the insane decision of the Japanese government to kill 500 magnificent humpbacks fails in its implementation, because the humpback mob will remember and may not pass by again, or may even take their anger out on folk who love them.
While you’re here, why not sign this:
Or even give money to these courageous people:
Or take a look at the other Jon Doust’s blog:
Jon Doust
Or go here for the latest news on a new book:
The Last Whale

This blog shows up on Google’s page 22 of Jons.
Have to work on that.

2 thoughts on “Who the heck is Jon Doust?

  1. Japanese whale fishing is completely lawful. And is completely scientific. In addition, it is a Japanese gastronomic culture to eat whales. You should refrain from the act of denying the culture of another country. watch this video.To the person who wants to know why Japan hunts whales http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=xWYOJYEOvSk%5BDragonBall%5D Freezer VS Japanese whalinghttp://au.youtube.com/watch?v=HdUPHXNPVR4http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Ap_0uUICejnG3TGasvh8ePvsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20080204060044AAgG9CyWhy do the media of australia tell a lie and censorship?if doubt me? Post my comment this URL. http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,23155612-5007146,00.html

  2. thank you daisk5.Whale fishing scietific? By this do you mean that all the instruments of the hunt, the menas of finding the whales, then killing them, are scinetific? Don\’t doubt it for a minute. Couple of points, whales are not fish, they are mammals. You, Daisk5, are a mammal. No, don\’t want to deny another culture its eating habits, but want all cultures to take responsibility for the state of the planet, including the country I live in, Australia, which has a horrible record.The oceans need whales.Why don\’t you breed all the whales you need to eat in captivity, keep them in a mammal-tank, and let the wild whales do their thing.Censorship?You must be joking.Australia is a modern, democratic country, just like Japan, and neither government would involve itself in anything resembling censorship.Dear oh dear, what do you think we are fighting the War on Terrorism for?It\’s to preserve all the things we fought for last time!

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