#2 - Captain Stubing and Gopher aren't doing much.

The Focus Group - they’ve been begging for our unsolicited advice this week.

* Advice for politicians who sing.
* Advice for politicians when it looks like someone next to you is collapsing
* Advice for politicans considering “thinking outside the box” - a moonbase is never the answer. Nor is a floating city.
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Also, Jeremy tells on Dave to the IPA.

Captain Stubing and Gopher aren't doing much

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I've only just started listening to Episode, The Second, but this occurred to me.


Webcams in whyalla. It's night time so it's hard to see the flesh-eating, but the electricity does appear to still be on.

Dammit - it looks like I'm not original:


July 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew Of Canberra

Song suggestions, anyone?

Tony Abbott, on border control: "Don't Pay The Ferryman"

July 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew Of Canberra

"Stench Of Leftist" ... from all good perfumeries

July 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew Of Canberra

Tonez might have to rework that song considerably. I mean, what halfway competent ferryman would even contemplate getting you to the other side before first fixing a price that reflects market realities? And would any rational agent even want to be ferried by a person so lacking in basic commonsense?

But poor old Tonez just can't seem to communicate any internally consistent position as alternative PM. Gillard today asserted that the Indonesian govt is against towing boats back towards Indonesia. Tonez told the media this wasn't his "understanding" of the Indonesian's position; then was apparently unable to explain just what his understanding of the Indonesians' position actually is.

Poor Tonez's aspergers-like reticence is such an impediment to his being able to elaborate any policy detail (such as workplace relations) of the post-Labor utopia he clearly intends.

July 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJack

You guys are still #1 in Society And Culture!

July 7, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew Of Canberra

If those two independent thinkers [EDIT: the two identical posts by the banned troll have been deleted. -Jeremy] are correct, then I guess the loony Greens will be shedding their 'power' in favour of Looney Tonez.

Yep, it's entirely possible more than a few voters will be stupid enough to buy the proposition that ADF people "signing up to do dangerous work" equates to doing the dirty work of a reckless political opportunist.

You know, someone who prates earnestly in Parliament about tragic deaths at sea and humanitarian protection for vulnerable people.

While seriously planning to subject those poor people as well as our own defence personnel to further danger at sea.

And all in the service of a three-word slogan pitched at chauvinist morons.

The current Australian political landscape is like the mess left by well-fed dogs.

July 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJack

Hi guys,

Sounding good, kicking goals, and a helluva an antidote to the suffocating right wing media noise machine.

July 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTom Arto
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