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Dmitry Grozoubinski
Founder . Trainer in negotiation skills & trade policy. Fmr Aussie trade negotiator and current Visiting Prof. at . Badger Czar.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 10h
In light of what's happening to the parent of the sick child who confronted Boris Johnson, I draw your attention to this Chris Cook piece. In it, he catches Dominic Cummings in a blatant lie. Rather than accept it, Cummings goes full offense and attempts to discredit Chris. 🤔
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 11h
This choreography was produced entirely by chance. Each of those people is an independent commercial entity who moves in response to market forces and takes no central direction from any official.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 14h
Apparently the only place the BBC thinks activists should be allowed to offer opinions without first reciting a political resume is the BBCQT audience.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Replying to @xtophercook
But yes, I am sure your lucrative job openings for executive positions at 19,000 pounds a year in London will attract many fine drongos.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Replying to @xtophercook
My first job as an adult in Australia was opening envelopes at night. Open envelope. Take out paper. Put paper into pile. I was paid ~22 pounds an hour for the first two hours, then penalty rates kicked in and raised it to ~28 per hour for four hours, then back to 22.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Abomination!
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
“It is one thing to regain sovereignty, it is another entirely to agree where to point it” My new article on the United Kingdom, trade policy and the divisive debates still to come for .
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Replying to @wewantarock @IanDunt
Applied. Interviewed. Wasn't accepted.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
It is said everyone has one great piece of writing inside them. Mine is now largely on a very unlucky team of firefighters.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Replying to @IanDunt
Clearly there's more that unites us than divides us.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Replying to @IanDunt
I wish I knew enough about sports and sporting to make a hilarious joke about Australian FoM enabling the UK to finally assembling a decent squad for... sport... things.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 19h
Replying to @davidallengreen
"Who art thou to judge?!" "We're.... we're literally the judges."
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
Replying to @jamesrbuk
Foul, Ball.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
Replying to @supermathskid
Would you say the UK plan is... "model" legislation? Oh, you had best believe I will see myself out, madam.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
"Yeah, I guess that's pretty crazy haha. You got me. Let's move on and speak of this no further." <whispers to self> "He didn't notice that wasn't ink."
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
I begged you not to open my dream journal. Begged you.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
"I'm Georgina, Wright or Wrong."
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
It's actually a reexamination of the very notion of nationhood through a Marxist-feminist lens, drawing on Gramscian theories of cultural hegemony and phrenology to frame migration as a reverse colonization by the bourgeoisie of labour's rightful Aryan skull-shape.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
I honestly think there might have actually been another stop in London in there. God we all hated our department's travel agent.
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Dmitry Grozoubinski 20h
With layovers the ridiculous flights DFAT put me on to get to Geneva took 30 hours >.< It was something stupid like Melbourne, Singapore, Ankara, Geneva with hours in between each.
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