Sky Hooks: The Autobiography of John Kane
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Skyhooks had No. 1 albums on the Australian Kent Music Report with their 1974 debut, Living in the 70's (for 16 weeks), and its 1975 follow-up, Ego Is Not a Dirty Word (11 weeks). Their No. 1 singles were "Horror Movie" (January 1975) and "Jukebox in Siberia" (November 1990). Show more Delivery service and customer communications are excellent. Delivered on time and in full ‘every time’.One I did in my SysOp days: the laser printer jammed and "evil Edna" (an older secretary, not computer literate) pulled the network cable out of the printer. SysOps convinced her that individual characters are sent down the wire and there must be a pile of spilled characters on the floor. The cleaners were not
There is also "the box of punch holes to fill in accidentally punched holes in paper" (from secretarial days)Firstly, to be used as a temporary support by being able to hook it over items such as floor joists or ceiling grids. A "Fools Errand" is the practical joke of sending a person to fetch some non-existent but plausible sounding item. The joke is usually played at work on a new employee or apprentice and its effectiveness depends on the naivete of the victim. Here are some of the more common Fools Errands. There are hundreds of such errands; many are specific to particular occupations. Many of the objects are non-existent items. Others really do exist, but not in the context of the occupation where they are set as a fool's errand e.g. fallopian tubing makes sense to a doctor, but not to a plumber. Many errands rely on an apprentice being overwhelmed by technical jargon; as long as the errand or object sounds plausible, he assumes it to be yet more jargon. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1993 in March, Skyhooks were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.  Strachan relocated to Queensland in that year and started as a regular presenter on home makeover program, Our House, where he resurrected skills from his pre-Skyhooks carpentry trade.  He also presented a breakfast radio show, with Gary Belcher and Dean Miller, on the radio station Triple M Brisbane in the 1990s. Strachan left Triple M in 1997 following a pay dispute.  He died in August 2001 while solo-piloting a helicopter, aged 49.