You sit back and watch the fallout.
You attend a rally.
You get started by hitting social media, getting creative with some placards, and getting some anti-PM slogans out there.
You write a well thought-out letter to the editor, outlining all the reasons why they are so incompetent.
You start a blockade of parliament house to stop it from sitting.
Respectfully agree to disagree.
Tell them they’re wrong, and then ignore them.
Get excited by the idea of a good old-fashioned debate.
Stand by your answer, and back it up with sensible logic and facts.
I don’t engage in arguments. I’m right.
Occupy Wall Street
The Dalai Lama
‘The Prophet’ by Khalil Gibran.
‘Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas’ by Hunter S. Thompson.
‘Steve Jobs’ by Walter Isaacson (or any other biography about one of history’s charismatic thinkers).
‘On The Origin of Species’ by Charles Darwin.
Anything that encourages me to look at things differently.
The People Watcher’s Club.
I’d be more inclined to start my own – chances are there wouldn’t be a group whose opinions I agreed with (or who agreed with mine).
The Student Council, or any of the other union groups.
Something that stimulated my brain, like the Chess Club or the Engineering Society.
None. To change society, you need to be outside it.
Something understated and elegant – beautifully put together, but not too flashy or over-the-top.
Anything that makes a really bold statement – whether that’s in subject or execution. It needs to be unexpected.
Something from a brilliant up-and-coming artist that gets people talking. I’d love to get more people behind a fresh perspective.
If it’s similar to a Mondrian painting, I’m happy. Sleek, sharp lines, with everything in its place.
Give me an empty frame and let me fill it with my own art.
A library and research centre with the latest facilities, so your city can show the rest of the world what it has got.
You’d be protesting the developer’s involvement instead of making an actual suggestion.
You’d find out what the public really needs – then make sure the developer goes ahead with it.
You’d look into all the little details, from infrastructure to economic benefits – and go from there.
Rebuild the entire city – it’s time for something new.
Not even a major world event would make me watch TV
Port. I similarly mature with age.
Absinthe. Intoxicating, powerful, and it causes more than its fair share of trouble.
Anything alcoholic. It’s great for getting people under the influence.
Water. After all, it makes up roughly 60% of my body.
Gasoline. I’m a firestarter.
Gandhi’s Salt March of 1930
The Montgomery Bus Boycott
The Gettysburg Address
The awarding of the 1903 Nobel Prize to Marie and Pierre Curie
The fall of the Berlin Wall
Consider it carefully and from all angles. It may be time for some soul-searching.
Laugh. There’s no meaning to life.
Spread the word – people need to know!
Question their logic. You’re going to need some evidence.
Ignore it. You can't see how the meaning of life could be either universal or useful.