Archive for January, 2008
Suharto – a man who was in fact a monster, a thief and a thug on a massive scale, rivalling Pol Pot and Saddam Hussein
“Can you play a game of billiards? Can you canon off the cush?” “I can canon off the shithouse,” said the Bastard from the Bush.
Posted: 24 January, 2008 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Racism.
Tags: may crabs as big as spiders attack your balls a treat, The day McArthur farted, the day mcarthur farted and saved the town from drought
Fighting terrorism by creating it
We are humbled to have some of our work considered worthy of inclusion amongst the writings of the doyens of the ozblogosphere
Word by word, phrase by phrase, in a wretched display of weasel-wordmanship, Garrett yesterday stood well away from his once-strident profession of environmental beliefs
Recently George W. Bush made a keynote speech on democracy to the democracy-loving dictators, autocrats, kings, emirs, princes, ayatollahs and tribal leaders of the Middle East.
We have been waiting so long for a solution like this which not only destroys the cause of the evil but also punishes the perpetrator.
If you enjoy blogging or blog posts; if you like the variety that blogs provide, if you like their independence (especially from the main stream media), if you think that some of the best writing and best analysis of what really goes on is sometimes revealed in independent blogs then you will enjoy the Best Blogs of 2007.
Bush and Cheney are clearly guilty of numerous impeachable offenses. They have repeatedly violated the Constitution. They have transgressed national and international law. They have lied to the American people time after time.
You know, kind of one of the interesting myths is I haven’t been to the Middle East — I have been to a lot of the Middle East. I’ve been to Iraq a couple of times, I’ve been to Qatar and Aqaba, Jordan and Sharm el-Sheikh.
A man who throws half the contents of his fridge into the trash on a Monday morning fails to imagine, next time he visits the supermarket, that whole villages in Eritrea have children gasping for a droplet of milk.
Mr Fraser claims Mr Howard approached him in a corridor following a [tag]cabinet[/tag] meeting in May 1977 and said: “We don’t want too many of these [Vietnamese boat]people. We’re doing this just for show, aren’t we?”
the best fun with this applet is not the result itself but watching the graph forming, coloured dots burbling and frothing out of the void and then floating into place.