I’m particularly fond of women with intelligence. A sharp wit, a cutting intellect… what’s not to like? As far as physical attributes are concerned, curly hair and a cheeky smile are pretty much at the top of the list.
And so I found myself sitting down to watch ‘Canberra Confidential‘ on Channel 2 (Australia’s government funded television body – the ABC), which was being hosted by one of my favorite political writers – Annabel Crabb. She’s always offered some very considered and thoughtful political commentary, and has some great curly hair and a very warm smile.
The show was great. It delved into some of the more bizarre back room (and often lounge room) historical goings on in our political capital – and was worth the watch. Even if it was more along the lines of entertainment, than political discussion.
But hey… with a title like ‘Canberra Confidential’, what more did you expect? I just wish there was more of it!
So, I’m guilty… I enjoyed the show. And I enjoyed it all the more for seeing Annabel Crabb sitting behind a great looking Remington 5 typewriter, along with some great Deco era decor. Gear that I’d feel right at home at.
Is it wrong to find this…. visually appealing?
The typewriter. Not Annebel Crabb.