To the ends of the earth

Tros, Tyriusve mihi nullo discrimine agitur
"Trojan or Tyrian - I treat them as the same without discerning between them..."

To the ends of the earth (BBC series - Australia)
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This is a three part miniseries from 2005 shown on BBC outlets

Its ostensibly about the voyage to Australia by the great sort of folks that did head for
the land of great beauty in what spirit they brought collectively as it were - but hardly
equally I daresay as Darcy (of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice)is not the equal to
The Rt Hon Mr. Malcolm Turnbull for instance of Prime Minister of Australia fame.
A true Irish spirit by comparison, easily in all due respects! (He is always kind in his
personal responses to my well wishes to him by email communication these past many years)

Indeed if you wish proof of he bad manners I speak of in respect of Darcy's personality type, witness the "Aggressive sex" forced on a woman in some degree of distress that her protest appears too weak in what are her sex's naturally limited abilities in such situations as it were - all the man has to say for himself (looking rather mean spirited and seeming certainly deliberately ugly to her own spirit that is) is "gee don't say this is something you haven't been through before" (he then dares to suggest that perhaps a coin or two might satisfy her virtue (without actually using the words that is).

Oh well, actions speak louder than words and if one is to maintain that
h is a true gentleman, let him show it in not being a mean spirited
cad and scoundrel when the test of his character is at hand - as it always
should be.

Michael Rizzo Chessman