Two things remain remarkably constant. One is personality and the other is culture. And they overlap.
A good example is the Japanese distinction between tatemae and honne. Tatemae means the face you present to the world and honne means what you feel in your heart.
Tatemae and honne define the Japanese culture and the Japanese personality. In the same way Flyting defines the Scottish personality and culture. And as Oz was founded by the Scottish Enlightenment, Flyting also throws light on the Australian sense of humour.
So it would make as much sense to relegate discussion of tatemae and honne to the Graveyard, as is makes sense to relegate Flyting to the Graveyard.