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Jeremy Sear seeks to determine the extent of his influence on the Australian election.

Posted by Tim B. on 11/27/2007 at 10:02 PM
    1. It’s difficult to imagine a bigger nob in the Strayan blogging scene.

      (No John Holmes connection intended.)

      Posted by Tony.T.Teacher on 2007 11 27 at 10:09 PM • permalink


    1. Jemmy, don’t go out in a breeze. The tickets’ll blow off.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 27 at 10:11 PM • permalink


    1. Are we talking about Jeremy’s Am I hot or not vote?

      Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2007 11 27 at 10:14 PM • permalink


    1. Does Jeremeh! have a poll for his pussy, too?

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:16 PM • permalink


    1. Slightly O/T, but Turnbull has backed saying sorry (and thus exposing taxpayers to extensive and expensive litigation), and given the nod to nobbling workplace reform, accompanied by fellow northshore fatboy knobend Joe Hockey- a display of pathetic invertabrate snivelling that’d ashame a bluebottle.

      I don’t think whoever gets the leadership of the liberal party’s going to make any difference- they already were a mild centrist social democrat party, they’ll now veer further to the left, and idssapear into irrelevance as they have on a state level.

      Time for a new party methinks, one that actually holds conservative/libertarian values and sticks to them.

      If the option is a pack of spineless panderers and spendthrifts over the incumbent apologise-addicted drunken sailors, the ALP’s going to be in office until the place goes bankrupt and finally turns to the inevitible Mad Max 2 dystopia that the electorate richly deserves.

      Posted by Habib on 2007 11 27 at 10:20 PM • permalink


    1. Jeremy’s influence reaches as far as his weiner.  About 2 inches.

      Posted by wronwright on 2007 11 27 at 10:21 PM • permalink


    1. It’s a good thing Jeremy loves himself. Has anyone else who loves him been found yet?

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:26 PM • permalink


    1. #6 ww

      As far as that? I’d have put it at half that.

      Posted by Retread on 2007 11 27 at 10:28 PM • permalink


    1. #5
      Turnbull $ays government $should $ay $orry. Either/Any government that i$. I heard it at about 9:02am.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 27 at 10:31 PM • permalink


    1. So persuasive is Jeremy Sear that he was principally responsible for 2 extra green votes.

      This guy is an endless source of laughs.

      Posted by lingus4 on 2007 11 27 at 10:33 PM • permalink


    1. Habib, better to be inside the tent.  I sent of my application form for Libs membership on Monday.  They are a shower of shit and need more good people inside sorting it out.  How?  No idea yet, but you gotta start somewhere.

      Posted by Razor on 2007 11 27 at 10:38 PM • permalink


    1. Lingus, I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s just him voting for himself.

      I’ll take a poll on it here… Who thinks Jezza voted for himself?

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:40 PM • permalink


    1. #12 I do!

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:40 PM • permalink


    1. #13 Me too!

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:41 PM • permalink


    1. Jeremy’s been poling himself for quite some time.

      Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2007 11 27 at 10:43 PM • permalink


    1. #5
      A sellout egotist in the Rudd mold – condescending turd …
      Rudd won cos he was Howard-lite, not Beazley, FFS.A competent leader will prolly come from the back of the field, like Thatcher, not a front-running show pony …

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:43 PM • permalink


    1. #4: Dude! Don’t drag his cat into this. He’s really touchy about his cat. It’s the kind of thing that’ll make him come over here and do one of his “Yawn” comments (You know the kind of thing I’m talking about: “Yawn. I see the wingnuts are going to need the whole three years to get over it. Hi ho.”)

      Posted by paco on 2007 11 27 at 10:49 PM • permalink


    1. #17 Him being so sensitive about his pussy makes me wonder if he’s hiding something…

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:54 PM • permalink


    1. #17 paco
      Hehe and other such catty remarks …
      His love of pussies is something he shares with Margo?

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 27 at 10:56 PM • permalink


    1. Turnbull (and his idiot wife) are North Shore luvvies straight out of central casting- he’s acceptable to the left, because he agrees with a lot of their fruity ideas; I think the Liberal party’s had the dick, all the wet retards and embarrassing cretins like Petro Georgiou, Bruce Baird and Dana Vaile got back in while more conservative (and effective) types like Mal Brough got the arse.

      BTW, I don’t think any party has the right to apologise (and thus expose to litigation) to anyone on behalf of taxpayers without getting their approval (via referendum) to do so- I’ll be fucked if I say sorry for something that’s none of my responsibility, particularly when the actions being apologised for saved lives and educated the alleged “victims”.

      Get ready for a return to Keatingesque black armband bollocks big time.

      Posted by Habib on 2007 11 27 at 11:09 PM • permalink


    1. #11 Me too, Razor, and I was wondering how many others had done the same.

      I don’t agree with Turnbull on Workchoices at all. Abandoning your principles is not the answer, especially when your policy is actually effective, even if your argument of it is not. Doing that hands the ALP a further victory and even more re-writing of history than we’re already seeing.

      Posted by arbee on 2007 11 27 at 11:20 PM • permalink


    1. Sweet Nancy!  I’d be embarrassed to put up a poll like that and then draw so few responses.  Anonymous Lefty either has an ego so towering as to not notice how ignored he is, or he loves being humiliated.

      Posted by RebeccaH on 2007 11 27 at 11:28 PM • permalink


    1. Ahh…it must be one of the many benefits of leftoid group-think no?

      Even if you are a complete tosser, like Jeremy, all your hopes, dreams and beliefs you’ve asserted, become vindicated if the mere political team you barracked for, wins an election.

      Back in my day, people taking victory by proxy were merely described as having a low self esteem.
      Go figure.

      Posted by Admonkeystrator on 2007 11 27 at 11:31 PM • permalink


    1. Tomorrows headline: Rudd attributes landslide to cat pestering, hack lawyer with insignificant blog.

      Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2007 11 27 at 11:41 PM • permalink


    1. The cats of Australia have spoken!

      Posted by Nic on 2007 11 28 at 12:13 AM • permalink


    1. So, Jeremy Sears, Esq., helped deliver 52 anti-Liberal votes? What an awesome political machine! Practically a one-man Tammany Hall, an Australian Boss Tweed!

      Jeremy Sears – king maker.

      Posted by paco on 2007 11 28 at 12:27 AM • permalink


    1. #26: He’s so great, in fact, that I had to pluralize him! No one person could be so powerful!

      Posted by paco on 2007 11 28 at 12:29 AM • permalink


    1. #27 We should launch a campaign to clone Jeremy! The potential for a brighter future is endless!

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 12:34 AM • permalink


    1. #28 It’s a cunning plan, that cannot fail.

      — Nora

      Posted by The Thin Man Returns on 2007 11 28 at 12:37 AM • permalink


    1. #28: Precisely! Then in the next election, he and his twin can move 104 votes!

      Posted by paco on 2007 11 28 at 12:41 AM • permalink


    1. #29 Not to mention, the pharmaceutical companies will make a fortune. With multiple Jeremys, there’s only one way the laughter will ever stop…

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 12:42 AM • permalink


    1. #30 They’ll be absolutely unstoppable!!!

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 12:44 AM • permalink


    1. 28. Ash
      Lucky cloning is around, it may be the only way of preserving that particular bloodline. Just think in the old days one of you ladies would have had to “take one for the team”, of course you could still do it the old fashioned way if you want…

      Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2007 11 28 at 12:44 AM • permalink


    1. #33 I’m busy that day, Frollicking. And any other day you can suggest.

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 12:51 AM • permalink


    1. #25 hehe
      The top cat’s poll.

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 28 at 12:52 AM • permalink


    1. #21
      Precisely. Juz because Joe Public’s having a dalliance with the Left, doesn’t mean that Turncoat has to be a Mr ‘Me Three’.
      Who’s advising this clown?If the Krudder can hold the Left of his party at bay with threats that they’ll be unelectable without his Rightish spin at the helm, prolly how he’s got to choose his own cabinet, Turncoat can enjoy a long wait on the opposition benches whilst Kevni enjoys the view from the throne …

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 28 at 12:59 AM • permalink


    1. Julia.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 01:05 AM • permalink


    1. Lay off the cat! I happen to know that cat has voted for Howard….twice! A strong supporter of workplace flexibility, this cat’s only problem is the loser that hangs around him.

      Posted by Quentin George on 2007 11 28 at 01:15 AM • permalink


    1. #33 Oh, and Frollicking? I’m certain the other ladies here are also busy that day. Uh, the Ladies’ Conference, or something like that.

      Right, ladies?

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 01:19 AM • permalink


    1. #39
      You’ve got that right Ash. Even Asta is busy that day.— Nora

      Posted by The Thin Man Returns on 2007 11 28 at 01:21 AM • permalink


    1. 39,40.
      I had a feeling that might be the case. So Ill pencil you both in around the time the sun turns into a small cold lump of coal then??

      Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2007 11 28 at 01:26 AM • permalink


    1. #41 Sometime long after that is when my calendar is showing it’s next availability Frollicking, but I might have some spare time in say, 49058295940728976519571112023934496889738597439 AD.

      But that’s subject to change.

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 01:28 AM • permalink


    1. I suppose in a way, yes, Jeremy, you influenced how I voted. I voted below the line on the Senate paper and numbered every box from 1 to 68. That 68th place would have went to Jeremy if he had stood for election, so instead I was forced to put some nutjob from the CEC (who spams me on a regular basis) dead last.

      Posted by Caz on 2007 11 28 at 01:32 AM • permalink


    1. OT: TV just said “Comedy was around in the time of Jesus, and the time of Mohammed, and will remain around forever.”

      Yeah, I can picture that big guy Mo laughing, especially at self-parody. He’s well known for his humour.

      Posted by Ash_ on 2007 11 28 at 01:33 AM • permalink


    1. #43
      Oh, me too, Caz, I fill the whole lot in.
      We’re a small minority.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 01:35 AM • permalink


    1. #40
      Me too.
      And me dog.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 01:36 AM • permalink


    1. #45

      It’s a time-consuming effort, for sure, but it means that your preferences go where you want them to go. My only qualm this time around was which party got to go dead last.

      Posted by Caz on 2007 11 28 at 01:40 AM • permalink


    1. #47
      So many to put dead last.I explained to someone, number every box to select your preferences “In the order of detestation”.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 01:44 AM • permalink


    1. Phat Phil, phresh phrom E. Timor and pheigning phragility, phronted up to the ABC ‘phone, phinding phormer phoes and phalse phreethinkers phrustrated by the … Oh, phuck it

      Tim, he mentioned your esteemed person by name among all those (Andrew Bolt, Piers Ackerman, et alii) who must surely be gnashing their teeth and wailing at Saturday’s result.

      All those who must be “bitter”, and remain so for three years at least.

      I paraphrase, but his plummy polemic ran to such poesy as I later imagined thus:

      “Bitter as gall must it be unto [Tim Blair, &tc, &tc.]. Bitter as wormwood. Bitter as earwax.”

      (“Aha!”, Thought I. “How do you know how it tastes?”, I asked the car radio accusingly. “How do you know how it tastes?)”

      So far removed from reality is he that never would he consider for a moment that such an outcome as was seen, lo, this weekend past is like water to the wizened, fruit to the fruitless, use to the useless—yea, what grist to the gristless mills of punditry and parody this long heralded cumming of “le gauche” has provided, and in full measure!

      The proof of the pudding is in the eating, as the old saw goeth.

      Pass me a spoon!

      Posted by MentalFloss on 2007 11 28 at 01:48 AM • permalink


    1. #5. Time for a new party.


      Seriously, zero chance of achieving anything that way.

      Posted by Brett_McS on 2007 11 28 at 01:50 AM • permalink


    1. I’d wait for Tunbull’s own, full statements to hit the ground before getting too excited.  The ABC have a habit of leaving out key parts of any statement, just by accident.

      Posted by Brett_McS on 2007 11 28 at 01:54 AM • permalink


    1. #21 – I don’t agree with Turnbull on Workchoices at all. Abandoning your principles is not the answer…

      True. But perhaps the real plan is to let Labor undo Workchoices and for the unions to re-gain the upper hand.  Then, when unemployment and interest rates skyrocket and half the country is on strike, the Libs will be well-placed for a return to government after a single term of Labor.

      Posted by walterplinge on 2007 11 28 at 01:55 AM • permalink


    1. #52-the Libs will be well-placed for a return to government…

      But first we must deal with Jeremy the King of Swing Sear and his Pussy of Power.

      Posted by eeniemeenie on 2007 11 28 at 02:13 AM • permalink


    1. I still like Jeremy better than Barnaby Joyce.

      Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2007 11 28 at 02:15 AM • permalink


    1. #51
      Aunie’s PM’s quoting Costello’s dad, a ‘long time Lib member’ as saying that his son was burdened with Howard’s refusal to say $orry (Costello did the Bridge walk? – a mistake IMHO) and thus the Libs are destined to sit on the opposition benches for a decade …Bet if Turncoat were to hold a referendum on $orry, he’d be a loser, as he was with the referendum on a Republic: how good is he at reading Joe Public on the big issues, hmmm …

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 28 at 02:26 AM • permalink


    1. #52
      $orry, methinks Kevni (a rat-cunning survivor, as was JWH accused) will outsmart Turncoat: entertaining times ahead …

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 28 at 02:31 AM • permalink


    1. It’s sad (so sad)
      It’s a sad, sad situation
      And it’s getting more and more absurd,
      It’s pretty plain we’ll see
      $orry proves to be
      the dearest word

      Posted by eeniemeenie on 2007 11 28 at 03:34 AM • permalink


    1. #37 – Our glorious leader.

      Posted by AlphaMikeFoxtrot on 2007 11 28 at 03:56 AM • permalink


    1. I was always going to vote for a progressive party So 83 respondents weren’t going to vote Labor.
      Just because some knob-end found out that progressive is the antonym of conservative doesn’t suddenly make the socialists flexible libertarian free thinkers.
      Oh and I’m with Razor.  Especially if new members are allowed 10 minutes alone with the Qld executive. I’ve got a mattock handle which needs to be worked in.

      Posted by lotocoti on 2007 11 28 at 04:06 AM • permalink


    1. #58, I prefer this image of our glorious leader. It comes complete with head tilt. Although, this one is probably more telling (look at the shadow).

      Posted by Richard Sharpe on 2007 11 28 at 04:16 AM • permalink


    1. #39, damn straight! I’m very busy, I’m converting my Australian accent into an American one. Lots of embroidery involved, no time for – ahem “team” work.

      By the way, Ash, if that falls through, I’m counting on you for an alibi. You and the bub are my second string.

      Posted by carpefraise on 2007 11 28 at 04:17 AM • permalink


    1. look, the ALP has a mandate for back to the future on workchoices.  That’s the kind of thing you have elections for.  Now, I happen to think that workchoices was overall a good thing badly promoted by Kevni Andrews, but my opinion is clearly overruled by the majority.
      Now, in this situation the libs must pass the new IR Bill as long as it is consistent with what the ALP promised in their election platform.  Any further though, and the coalition should amend it in the senate.Now, while passing this heap of shit, they should also make it clear that they are doing it only because the ALP has a mandate, even though they know it will cost jobs.  Harp on and on about how they know it will cost jobs.
      Dig up stories of small business laying off staff that they can no longer keep due to the risk.  Present examples of bosses unwilling to give little johnny a go because of the risk they won’t work out.  etc. etc.

      And when the unemployment rate rises, Kevni will get the blame.  And teh libns will be seen to be more contructive htan the mindless enate blockers that were the ALP/greens when they controlled the senate.

      And while I am at it, as soon as Kevni has signed Kyoto, start harping about how it hasn’t made any difference, and is typical labor – mindless and meaningless symbolism.

      Posted by entropy on 2007 11 28 at 04:17 AM • permalink


    1. #49, you’re a welcome returned traveller, Mental Floss!
      Hope the medical stuff went ok…here, have a nice puffy armchair.

      Posted by carpefraise on 2007 11 28 at 04:20 AM • permalink


    1. #57 eenie
      Those $orry lines have been running through my head for some time!

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 04:21 AM • permalink


    1. OT I have seen the various causes favoured by a lefty poet I know (and am actually quite fond of): the Palestinians, che Guevara, Mike Moore, Chavez, Iran, etc, all the favourites.

      Is there a list these people sign up for?
      Can anyone enlighten me without disturbing the delicately balanced razor edge of relevance we all attempt to tread here?

      Posted by carpefraise on 2007 11 28 at 04:23 AM • permalink


    1. OMG Mental! Your’e back! I didn’t realise it was you, didn’t recognise you!!
      Hope all is well and you’re back for the long haul…

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 04:24 AM • permalink


    1. #65
      I was just thinking today that I have a lot of friends I grew up with, these are friends from my teenage years. We were from the other side then, we were young and silly – well, ill-advised.
      I was thinking that many of these friends would be quite shocked that I visit here a lot and hold the views I have.
      I tend not to discuss politics with my friends, it’d only make me cranky.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 04:40 AM • permalink


    1. #67 you’re probably wise.

      Posted by carpefraise on 2007 11 28 at 04:57 AM • permalink


    1. #68
      Probably. Sometimes.

      Posted by kae on 2007 11 28 at 05:09 AM • permalink


    1. Jeremy Who?

      Posted by Captain Sensible on 2007 11 28 at 05:38 AM • permalink


    1. (wronwright walks into the room, noticing that MentalFloss is sitting in his extra padded leather arm chair and grimaces.  How does he remove the esteemed gentleman from his comfy chair?)

      MentalFloss, did you drop that $50 bill?

      Posted by wronwright on 2007 11 28 at 06:06 AM • permalink


    1. #11 & #21 – That would be at least three of us who have done so, my application was sent off today. Although my membership is of the er, Young Libs.

      Apparently I can remain young for 6 more years.

      Posted by AnthonyC on 2007 11 28 at 07:39 AM • permalink


    1. Jeremy gets over-excited whenever Tim posts some kind of link to his site. He’ll make a new post about it, its title belying its real message of, ‘oh look, Timmy gave me some attention and a sudden surge in site traffic’.

      Jeremy is adorable.

      It’s also true that Polly votes Liberal. I saw her on polling day. She came incognito, dressed as a cocker spaniel.

      Posted by Apple77 on 2007 11 28 at 07:56 AM • permalink


    1. Try this poll:

      Does AnonymousLefty have sex with his cat?

      Posted by Young and Free on 2007 11 28 at 08:02 AM • permalink


    1. It’s good to see Caz is back to blogging after her umpteenth dramatic exit from the internets.

      Posted by M Box on 2007 11 28 at 09:07 AM • permalink


    1. #49
      Phatty’s been back at work for weeks since East Timor, as have presumably the other staff; it’s highly coincidental that he takes time off immediately prior to the election in which his de facto is taking part.Doubtless, this will be part of a meeja watch investigation …

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 28 at 10:19 AM • permalink


    1. #76
      He came off second-best in a Climate Change Collision …

      Posted by egg_ on 2007 11 28 at 10:31 AM • permalink


    1. #74: A glorious idea! According to results thus far, I fear that his nibs may be getting a call from the Humane Society (and possibly from Julia Gillard’s appointments secretary).

      Posted by paco on 2007 11 28 at 10:41 AM • permalink


    1. #75 What are you talking about? I stopped blogging on TSSH in April. I didn’t say I was going to stop COMMENTING on other peoples’ blogs, halfwit.

      Posted by Caz on 2007 11 28 at 07:53 PM • permalink


    1. # 76. I am talking about your sooky-la-la tantrum throwing. No need to get your knickers in a knot Caroline.

      Posted by M Box on 2007 11 29 at 01:16 AM • permalink


    1. On second thought, at the risk of being named and shamed IRL I take it all back Caz. You’re teh best.

      Posted by M Box on 2007 11 29 at 01:23 AM • permalink


  1. Fans the gentleman in question here should check out his new page

    Posted by NICE.PERSON on 2007 11 29 at 09:18 AM • permalink