Coconut is still waiting for the opening of the Cow Bay toilet, suspecting there might be a tasty spread on hand by the council for all the official guests. In the meantime he has maintained his calories thanks to sneaking into the QT Resort’s wonderful birthday party. Thanks QT! And while he was swept up in the madness on the Estilo dance floor fuelled by the driving rhythms of the Latin orchestra, he did notice a need to update his appearance somewhat. Noting that Western civilisation has probably reached Peak Tattoo, he has decided to get one done forthwith. Except he is going to have devegetate an extensive area, painfully, even before he greets the tattoo needle. Nicholls, Lawrence Springborg and another bloke, on a vist to Cape York where they were on the lookout, the paper said, for an LNP candidate to run in the next state election. Does that mean David Kempton is no longer in favour? Anyway, it was mere days after this convivial little party got back to Brisbane that Lawrence was rolled as leader by Tim Nicholls. Must have been interesting on those long plane flights up there and back . . . Anyway, never one to be counted out, David Kempton meanwhile has challenged sitting member for Cook, Billy Gordon, to a debate on the proposed changes to land clearing laws, with Mr K making a very large donation to charity if Mr G accepts. No one’s holding their breath . . . cent to unseat the venerable Warren Entsch, who by the way has won all of the six elections he has ever contested. Sportsbet also likes the Big W – it has him favourite at $1.50 ahead of Labor’s Sharryn Howes at $2.75.