Click here to see the passer-by and heckler highlights of 2014.
The full videos:
Jamie asks: Kylie or Dannii?
Jamie has a blog and is raising money for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre by completing forty tasks.
Click here for his comparison of the two sisters, Danni and Kylie Minogue.
Aaron has some insightful ideas about the value of the Arts. Click here to hear him speak.
These two have just been to a Japanese Tea Ceremony in the Botanic Gardens. Click here.
A Scotsman speaks.
This Scottish fellow talked politics, and won a few votes. Click here to hear him speak.
Eliot spoke about population, and was positive about the future. Click here to hear him.
Today John talks about abiogenesis (the origin of life). Click here.
Ali, from Lebanon, has a few words to say about the problems of democracy. Click here.
John has a few thoughts about Israel and Palestine. Click here.
Tony has a few words of advice for the passers-by. Click here.
Click here to hear Jaiya talk about her school project.
This young fellow wanted to talk about the environment, but it was a hard job with Mr Bashful and an old geezer asking questions, and with his sister Jaiya assisting in the background. Click here.
Up from Melbourne, Rosali chose to philosophical. Click here.
Click here to learn why dancing should be an Olympic sport.
Who knows what this guy said? But he said it well!
In the first few seconds of his speech on The Ladder of Knowledge, this brave fellow had to suffer Tony’s interjections. Tony seems to think any speaker is fair game – age and inexperience aren’t factors to take into account. One wonders: if a sparrow perched on the Ladder of Knoweldge, would Tony heckle it in a battle of wits? Who knows? Though one thing is for sure: the sparrow would win. Click here.
John stood on The Ladder of Knowledge to talk about coal as a source of energy, and other stuff. Click here to see what he said. He has opinions on all sorts of things. Here is his site.
The hug man.
Mr Bashful was one of the lucky ones to get a hug from this warm fellow. Click here.
This hirsute gentleman was protesting outside the gallery. I asked him why.
This passer-by delivered a few epiphanies of her own, but we can’t reveal what she said, and there is a clue in this excerpt to suggest why.
The wind was a nuisance, and Mirko more-so, but Poppy still managed to represent the charity, Plan International, with gusto. It was her day off, but you can see where her passion lies. Click here.
With a strong New Zealand accent, Jacob praised which country? Click here to find out.
Steve, a regular but silent visitor, explained why it was unjust and unacceptable to solely blame Japan and Germany for World War II. Click here.
There is more wisdom in this passer-by than in all of the hecklers combined. Click here.
Little French Girl.
Despite her reluctance to speak it is easy to see this little girl is delightful. Click here.
Janet, of the Australian Heritage Dancers.
Click here to meet a delightful young maiden from the Australian Heritage Dancers.
The atheist God? God of himself?
Brendon was understandably reluctant to get up onto the Ladder of Knowledge and speak, but his girlfriend Dana wanted him to. So, a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do. He got up and did a good job. Click here.