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SOCIETY DOOMED

November 3, 2006 kim lien 0

It’s bad enough that rising sea levels, cancelled TV shows, harbour shadows, spiritual malaise, global warming and religious bigotry are destroying Australia. Now we must cope with, as the Age reports, the greatest threat of all: […]

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WHEN MOONBATS DREAM

November 2, 2006 kim lien 0

An NPR broadcast from September 2014, as imagined by some Daily Kos muppet: Former President George W. Bush began serving consecutive life sentences today for High Treason […]

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MALAISE GOING ON

November 2, 2006 kim lien 0

The ABC’s Kerry O’Brien interviews fearless leftoid novelist Richard Flanagan: KERRY O’BRIEN: [Your novel describes] two thugs beating up an old vagrant in Sydney’s King’s Cross, “They kept […]

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ALL SUNLIGHT EATEN

November 2, 2006 kim lien 0

Having alerted us to boat-munching seas that devour all marine craft, the Sydney Morning Herald now draws attention to a monster so hungry it will eat all the sunlight. […]

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UN-CONNECTED

November 2, 2006 kim lien 0

Kofi will be deeply concerned: You’d think that of all places that should have speedy and reliable Internet access, a United Nations summit on the Internet […]

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JOHN NEEDS HALP

November 2, 2006 kim lien 0

“20 million Americans must have seen it all over the Internet,” writes Victor Davis Hanson, “and nothing sums up the nothingness of Kerryism better than those smiling […]

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EIDING FRENZY

November 2, 2006 kim lien 0

Australian Democrats national secretary Suzanne Bassette agrees with Sheik Taj el-Din ole-Catmeat al-Hilali: I’m going for political suicide here but I’m willing to stand up with anybody […]

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EFFORT MADE TO BE SMART

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

“The gift that keeps on giving,” wrote James Taranto of John Kerry on Monday. Later that same day, the wealthy political hobbyist gave again: As the president was […]

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HOUSE OF MEAT

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

When purchasing your Uncovered Meat t-shirt, please take the time to inspect the entire CafePress range of meat-themed designs. Posted by Tim B. on 11/01/2006 at 09:45 AM (22) Comments • Permalink

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THOUGHTFUL DAVE

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

Asked if he wanted the US to win in Iraq, David Letterman (I’m a fan) at first hesitated, then waffled. Asked again (by Bill O’Reilly; I’m […]

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BEYOND THE PALE

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

You’d be surprised at how often people use the unintended yet delightful phrase “pale into significance”; everyone from local bloggers to BBC sports commentators and British parliamentarians. Posted by Tim B. on 11/01/2006 […]

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COLD = BAD, WARMTH = BAD

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

“Let the sunshine in,” pleads Oxford-based Mister Z, who is depressed to discover just how few hours of sunlight he can expect during England’s winter: Living […]

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KERRY BURIED

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

The New York Times reports John Kerry’s “botched joke” … which you’ll find hidden somewhere beneath 763 words of NYTedium: For at least a few hours on Tuesday, […]

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OUTSPEAKER UPGRADED

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

The Age’s Russell Skelton upgrades Sheik Hilali from provocative to controversial—although in its headline, Skelton’s newspaper sensitively describes the Lakemba Meatpreacher as merely “outspoken”. UPDATE. Age editor Andrew Jaspan disses the experts. Posted by Tim […]

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CRI 4 HALP

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

US troops take their concerns directly to Senator John Kerry: Meanwhile, as always, Kerry is flipping. His initial response to criticism of his latest goofiness: A furious Kerry […]

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APART FROM THAT, HE LOVED IT

November 1, 2006 kim lien 0

Selective, flawed, fear-mongering, hastily put-together, sloppy, unlikely, problematic, unrealistically pessimistic, alarmist: Bjorn Lomborg reviews the Stern Report. UPDATE. Beautiful one day, swarming with cannibal polar bears the next: Brisbane […]