Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Mark Latham: the shane warne of politics

i have one thing and one thing to say about this whole latham saga of shame and patheticness, and that is: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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what a pathetic attack on the party that failed to make a yobbo PM. yes yes mr latham, the partys falling apart, with a leader who stands for nothing, of course we're still going to vote for them *cough*jerk*cough*

on the other hand, i must say that after watching lateline tonight i now adore tony jones. im full of admiration that he managed to take the high road and be polite to that jerk whilst interviewing him, and at th same time degrading him to such an extent that he was publically and extensively humiliated and shown up as the jerk that he is. in mean, the guy has style. he managed as well to force that "A-Grade asshole" not to name names as is his wont, and also accused him of hipocrasy in such a way that there was no way he could get out of it without blatantly dodging the question and looking like an idiot. give the man a coconut, he has done well!

in sadder news than the public decimation of dickheads, don adams died today. for those of you who dont know, he was the guy from that vastly amusing 60s show get smart, which i still own mulitple copies of. i spent this evening watching these multiple copies and realized what a truly great comedian we've lost. and he would have to be one of the few in the world who has been genuinely funny without degrading a single other person. there were no mother in law jokes, politics gags or even cracks at the police, just great, cheesy laughs. for all those who havent seen this brilliant show, find it, its worth a watch.

as to study, i survive only through picturing the supreme torture thats coming to those books once im done with them. and im getting paranoid. not only do i think every so often that im being poisoned by close family members, but i diagnose myself daily with colds, flu, heart murmurs, malaria, paranoia. its positively pandemic. neither is it healthy to spend entire days listening to nothing else matters over and over and over and over. in fact, metallica in general is not a sign of mental well being nor is it promoting a calm and happy state. i tried ben lee for that and just came out wishing for swift death.

well, i shal leave you for tonight my poppets, as tis late, tis in fact tomorro, which is more than a little disturbing, but, as annie said, the sun'll come out tomorro, which has to be promising, eh?

i shall leave you with photos of my 2 current favourite people




sweetdreams my sweetlings

toodlepip

rani

3 Comments:

Blogger Mephistopheles said...

Don Adams was sexy. And in that photo he looks a lot like adam sandler.
I hear that the also hugely talented and underrated Steve Carell will be taking on the mantle of number 86 for the film next year.

2:26 pm  
Blogger Rani-Banani said...

ooh, i hadnt heard who was playing him, but i'll be interested to see if he can live up to it

11:25 pm  
Blogger Mephistopheles said...

ppooooaaaaasssttttt

3:10 pm  

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