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Friday, August 31, 2007

Here's your freakin hat...

Whats your hurry?

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Thursday, August 30, 2007

The SNOW!!

We're back a day or so and frankly I will let a picture tell a thousand words and I have a thousand things to catch up on!!



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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Strip club visits: Rudd regrets, Whitlam regales - theage.com.au

Strip club visits: Rudd regrets, Whitlam regales - National - theage.com.au:

"KEVIN has done it, not just once but twice, as he confessed last night. Brendan Nelson has done it, when he was 20. Alexander Downer says he has never done it when on official business. Tony Abbott won't talk about whether he's done it, because he doesn't want to fib. And nobody quite dares to ask John Howard whether he's been to a strip club."


"Nobody dares?" More like "No one gives a crap" If John Howard has never been to a strip club, then he ought to make a up a story that he has!

Me? Oh yes, I have been to the odd strip club. Twice this year alone. (once for MY bucks, once for Donny's). In fact I would like to confess here and now that I fell asleep during my last lap dance as I was "tired and emotional" That's how much I rate titty bars. Meh.

Political considerations aside ("Are the women empowered by the money and position they hold over the men?" vs. "Why do university student women with all those brains and education so often stoop top such a debasing job?" blah blah), if you are a group of 10 or so men, then best of luck getting into a bar/nightclub that isn't a strip club at 1am on a Friday/Saturday night.

I remember my old mate Dan Tehan's bucks night- we ended up in a strip club at about 1am despite trying to get into about 3 bars as a group and even failing when we broke up into groups of two. In the end we could either go to a gay bar or a boob bar.

Hey, what can I say, boob bar won out.

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Saturday, August 18, 2007

Ladies and gentlemen

Carl Vickers:

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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Whole lotta burning DOUG!

Here is Father-in-law Doug "celebrating" 30th anniversary of the passing of The King.

Oh dear.

And now the video:

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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

What if you had a recession and no one cared?

SA in technical recession: report - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation):

"An ANZ Bank report shows South Australia is in technical recession."


What the report didn't say however was that

"...no one in Australia gives a crap about SA"

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xkcd Comic- too true...?

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Chinese Market Awash in Fake Potter Books - New York Times

I freaking love this- fake Harry Potter books are for sale in China! I am reading The Last Harry Potter as we speak (no spoilers please!), but I really want to read some of these:

Chinese Market Awash in Fake Potter Books - New York Times:
"These include "Harry Potter and the Half-Blooded Relative Prince," a creation whose name in Chinese closely resembles the title of the genuine sixth book by Ms. Rowling, as well as pure inventions that include "Harry Potter and the Hiking Dragon", "Harry Potter and the Chinese Empire," "Harry Potter and the Young Heroes", "Harry Potter and Leopard-Walk-Up-to-Dragon", and "Harry Potter and the Big Funnel"."


My guesses on the plot for these:
"Harry Potter and the Hiking Dragon". The Dragon comes out of hiding with the crouching tiger and he's ready for some campfire side fun. Kum bah yah and bring your own marshmallows to this rollicking tale!
"Harry Potter and the Chinese Empire," A truly splendiforous tale about Harry's life after graduating from the First Hogwarts Normal School of Hunan, when he travels with Professor Yang Changji, his high school teacher and future father-in-law, to Beijing during the May Fourth Movement in 1919. Turns out that Professor Yang holds a faculty position at Peking University. Thanks to Yang's recommendation, Harry works as an assistant librarian at the University with Li Dazhao as curator. Harry registers as a part-time student at Beijing Wizards University and audits many lectures and seminars by famous wizards such as Chen Duxiu, Hu Shi, Qian Xuantong, etc. During his stay in Beijing, he read as much as possible, and through his readings, he is introduced to Communist theories. Read More
"Harry Potter and the Young Heroes" It's Harry Potter, only with Young Heroes instead of those losers Hermione, Ron et al. About time eh?!
"Harry Potter and Leopard-Walk-Up-to-Dragon" Harry is very bored and sleepy while sitting with his older half-sister outside, until he sees a White Rabbit looking at his watch and talking to himself. He follows the Rabbit down a very deep rabbit hole and ends up far beneath the ground in a hall with a tiny locked door that leads to a beautiful garden. He eats and drinks things that make him change in size, but he is still unable to get through the door into the garden.

When he becomes huge, he cries in frustration and when he shrinks, he is small enough to swim around in a pool made of her own tears. In the pool, he encounters many creatures, including a Mouse. The creatures and Harry manage to get out of the pool and dry off, but Harry is soon left alone...
"Harry Potter and the Big Funnel" Simply put, this is the greatest Harry Potter tale of all. Let me set the scene..

Take one Harry Potter and add a fuck-off BIG FUNNEL and that's about the sum of it. Harry Potter, BIG FUNNEL...!

*Details!!* I hear you cry?!?


Ok.



Harry P...& a Big Fuck Off Funnel.


The end.

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