posted on March 21, 2007 at 7:33 pm

i am the blogge king
i can do anything
warm humid morning here in n bondi
birds twitter n tweat outside
as it dawns
everyone still sleeping
still dreaming
reluctant to rise
sydney tries to squeeze another 10 minutes outta the night
dreaming their big time dreams
today i am filled with no rancour
i feel even
let em do whatever they will
this is all an obstacle course
you cant sort it out
you jusy gotta get thru
its 2007 and weve got ipods
that can hold 5 million songs
and weve the iraqi “war” dragging on n on
why is australia in there?
is there an australian reading my blogge today
who can tell me why our soldiers in baghdaddy
are protecting these shores?
ha ha
you just gotta tell a big enough lie
i cannot believe the standard of the politicians these days
the druid here
the “premier” (u.s. = governor)
of nsw
was on telly the other night
his speech
his oratory skills
his manner
were like an awkward 8 year old
reading his composition to the D class
for fucksake
is that the best we got?
this bumbling mumbling stumbling oaf
is the premier of australias most important state?
(mainly because it contains tim powles and i)
the man has all the charisma of cold garlic bread
whatever this guy does
i know i could do it a million times better
and i can pronounce long words
write my own speeches
come up with new unusual attacks on the opponents
be so photogenic that all the olde dears’ll gimme their vote
i wont toe that party line
i’ll give all that money earmarked for boring stuff
(eg roads dams etc)
and funnel it into the sk foundation
a non-prophet tax-free scheme
to promote olde renaissance space rockers
i mean wouldnt you rather have me living it large
than another fucking road somewhere in the country
sod it
spend the money fixing bondi up
turn the parking meters into poker machines
5 bucks for a 10 minute stay
or you could win 100 bucks in 2 dollar coins
have some surrealist meters
so you stick youre money in and they say things like
bugger off and park somewhere else, you yuppie
we live in the void of metamorpheses
what is the sound of one wheel parking
i dunno
get rid of all those nasty parking inspectahs
replace em with clowns
let people park where they want
1st in, 1st served
spend those traitorous bastards salaries
on pavement artists
gimme some time to think em all up
give people some situationist surprises in their lives
close down all the butchers shops
turn them into temples for arcane gods
put some funny signs on the beach
ooh i wouldnt swim today, youll probably drown
beware! sharks prefer irish tourists!
dont feed the killer whales
if stung by jellyfish, kiss arse goodbye
and you know translate them into some useful languages
like latin
or sumerian
or icelandic
with accompanying diagrams
eg a great white swallowing paddy backpacker n winking
an idea i thought of when i was a wee kid
could now be instigated
on a certain day of the week
all women must walk around naked
no hiding at home there
just act normally
except that youll be totally starkers
i think a few “children should be seen n not heard” days too
and the occaisional “not seen or heard “day as well
now check out this dudes name
morris iemma
i mean iemmas kinda ok in a weird fucking way
but morris?
a premier should be called something…
something masculine yet sensitive
something classic but not olde
a fine masculine name
with an inferior feminine equivalent
a loyal royal name
its coming to me…
itsa coincidence
but whaddya think of …
you can call him steve for short if you wanna be familiar
or even stevo if you play footy together
or even stevie boy if you got him some good news
or you can call him steven
if youre his mother brother or wife
so just with this one change
steve iemma
oh i kinda dig that
stevo iemma …wow nearly all the vowels, you owls
i got so many suggestions its a burden to me
but i get infuriated that we just couldnt have
just a generally more “with-it” geezer
for such a groovy, merciless, suntanned, wicked ,”with-it”place
as nsw
i know you laugh
but i ask you
could i do a worse job?

we got inflation deflation stagnation across this nation
we got a higher and a lower blah blah blahs than anywhere else
we should invade the good bits of qld and vic
(dont fuckin worry melbourne then! ha ha!)
we should annex the rest of aust(whatever that means)
we should sink new zealand
get rid of all those hammy actors n tribute bands
eg not armageddon but close
we should tow tasmania into shore once n for all
after all they gave us an encore at the wino-ree gig..
it can join up with melbourne
as a place to send convicts gooseballs n ex-premiers
we should disarm the army
un-knave the navy
the disappeared into thin airforce
make suits a misdemeanour
fine those smarmy bastards dressing up to impress people
a huge tax on all lexi, beemers, mercs, jaggys,
except my own lamborgini station wagon
with retro rockets
in nsw you got 2 choices
ones a total dullard
the other is the nastiest sneakiest ratbag ever
a real sniggering mudslinging effeminate snobby turkey
hes got a phd in muckraking
and his smirking visage is truly gruesome
great choice
a choice between nothin n nothin
is this demockracy?

57 Responses to “velocity not speed”

  1. avatar
    Centuryhouse | 21 March 2007 at 8:57 pm #

    I agree, why are so many of our politicians so yucky? Bland, dishonest, unimaginative, ineffective and unable to speak as well.

    I got a good laugh out of your commentary. I like your remake and plans for a “new” NSW.


  2. avatar
    Anonymous | 21 March 2007 at 9:12 pm #

    We love you Kilbey, you’re just so damned cute!!!

  3. avatar
    veleska1970 | 21 March 2007 at 9:13 pm #

    the politician pickin’s are slim over here, too. of course, you knew that already.

    i thought morris was a cat that peddled cat food on tv. what do i know?? **oooff**

  4. avatar
    John Garratt | 21 March 2007 at 9:13 pm #

    “something masculine yet sensitive”

    How about…Clarence Kickass?


  5. avatar
    CSTCoach | 21 March 2007 at 9:34 pm #

    that was fucking brilliant. its the same problem here. we’re saddled with halfwits and sleazebags who don’t have an original idea or an ounce of integrity between them. and, despite the party lines, they all have the same dumb ideas.

    situationist parking meters and signs is a brilliant idea. and i’m most certainly in favour of nude ladies day. in fact, i’m launching a campaign to lobby our government of dullards by suggesting some of these changes.

    if you win, can i be head of the nsw Secret Police??? (the secret is that we have no secret police – i just sit in a quiet room all day and read books while raking in a comfortable salary for leaving people the fuck alone 😉

    we are very much on the same page here, killa.


  6. avatar
    kat | 21 March 2007 at 9:53 pm #

    i am queen for a day! the first day of spring and my b-day. going down to the river to celebrate ;]


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    Anonymous | 21 March 2007 at 9:55 pm #


  8. avatar
    the dean | 21 March 2007 at 10:23 pm #

    The australian government believes if it’s a good dog,we”ll get tossed a bone.
    The Australian people have forgotten who they are.


  9. avatar
    Anonymous | 21 March 2007 at 10:27 pm #

    You want me to hand out pamphlets at the Bondi Public polling station for ya on Saturday? I’ll wear a ridiculous, oversized T-shirt and large badges with your big bonce printed on them – I’ll harrass, cajole and pester in your name. I would do this as a loyal supporter and ‘true believer’…..wouldn’t I?

    Well, actually, no.

    I’d do it only on the condition that you’d appoint me to a plum job in the Ministry for the Yartz as soon as you are elected. I’ll need an office in Circular Quay with 360 degree views of the harbour and a staff of 35; a pied de terre near the office for those nights when I am too tired to go home to my (govt supplied) 6 bedroom/4 bathroom maison with pool, tennis court and deep water frontage. I’ll also need a car and a driver and one for my spouse….and a whooping salary with 50% super. I agree to having all the power but no responsibility etc etc

    And I’ll need to take over and fully refurbish (at a cost to tax payers of $47 million) the Bondi Pavillion to house and display my extensive cardboard box collection as a permanent exhibition.

    Ahhh…public service….the most noble of callings.

    The Right Hon. B.Bon

  10. avatar
    jj | 21 March 2007 at 10:32 pm #

    Heh, heh…..that’s quite an agenda of great ideas. They’re all about order, control, confiscating your feedom in the name of….safety? Or conformity? It’s all over the world, Steven. Like a disease. Hard not to feel beat down; god knows I face it at work.

    Politicians in power over here in “Freeland” are so fraudulent. Chickenhawks launching pre-emptive invasions based on lies. Spending on their biz pal donors in corporateland like drunkards. Sounds like much the same in Oz. Why can’t the good people survive the system? Get funded? Get on the ballot?

    You are the Blogge King……wish you could do anything. You had me laughing today – thanks for a good read.

  11. avatar
    isolde | 21 March 2007 at 10:47 pm #

    P.Garrett will be looking for more staff soon

  12. avatar
    Leelinau | 21 March 2007 at 10:52 pm #

    Today our carpark turned into a raging river full of warm spring rains…

    lets fill all the
    bloody politicians


  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 21 March 2007 at 11:20 pm #

    one more year and this asshole is out of office , maybe the next asshole we elect will pull the troops out of baghdad…..I did’nt vote for him… signed …. an american voter

  14. avatar
    Wil-O | 21 March 2007 at 11:28 pm #

    SK 4 PM

  15. avatar
    Celticat | 21 March 2007 at 11:32 pm #

    Ah-ha – you got booked for parking didntcha!!!

    Much Love

  16. avatar
    zorro 10-15 | 22 March 2007 at 12:39 am #

    SK 4:20 PM

  17. avatar
    Daniel12 | 22 March 2007 at 1:05 am #

    YEAH!!. This the stuff Killa.

    Your poetic stories are good
    but this is the stuff i really hang out for.

    Take note all you space rock fakers.
    This is how every space rocka worth his salt should be.

    Unhinged!,Messianic !, full of absurdist philosopical schemes to change the world.

    Exellent work ,when r u gonna start
    your party?. I’ll vote 4 ya..

  18. avatar
    syrinx | 22 March 2007 at 1:16 am #

    Our guy (I use the term “our” in the loosest sense you can imagine), I cannot BEAR IT when he opens his mouth. Not a shred of eloquence in him. The estimation of Americans in the eyes of the rest of the world drops points per word, so I’m happier when he’s brief.

    To highlight his down-to-earth quality back in the day, a joke used to be told about him. His wife (shudder) is a former librarian (if you have ever been a librarian, are you *always* a librarian?). Anyway, the joke went like this: when they began dating, she had to explain to him that a bibliography was not the biography of the person who wrote the bible.

    I notice no one has told that joke in a very long time now…

  19. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 1:28 am #


    I am an avid PG supporter – he is my local member! Does anyone happen to know his political position on cardboard boxes…?


  20. avatar
    nv | 22 March 2007 at 2:20 am #

    politician: war! we need to draft our kids for suicide missions
    Artiste: peace! we need to craft our kids for the mission of living
    I think you’d do it a million times better
    n know better what to do with the million$
    a modern magician three times great
    singing paintings of poetry
    also a top notch travel agent for trips thru innerouter space

    sk suprised you haven’t done much photography
    with all the travelling you do
    silver imaging
    combine and contrast
    night and day
    break on thru
    the moment the shutter releases
    the mirror flips inside
    like painting
    like poetry
    like music
    another vehicle of self expression
    to be driven by your muse

  21. avatar
    nic | 22 March 2007 at 2:23 am #

    you got my vote SK



  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 2:28 am #

    But which is witch & who is hoo?

    Dutch Pierre

  23. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 22 March 2007 at 2:33 am #

    wow man…

  24. avatar
    matthew | 22 March 2007 at 2:38 am #

    glad you’re feeling better – that was hilarious! (“are you ‘avin a laff? IS ‘E ‘AVIN A LAFF?”)

  25. avatar
    nv | 22 March 2007 at 2:40 am #

    oh yeah-and as premier your muse wouldn’t have to pay to park!

  26. avatar
    Daberhasher | 22 March 2007 at 3:27 am #

    you know, whilst i was checking out the breakfast interview on ABC the other day, i read a bitta other news from your fair country… i was struck by the striking similarities, ha ha, of one Santo Santoro and our own grand fuckface, Alberto Gonzales, prince of forgetfulness… my precipice of naivete crumbled beneath my feet, “wots all this then, Australia’s not full of Peter Garretts and Wayne Lynchs and Steve Kilbeys???,
    where’s the HOPE?!?”
    guess it’s right here, blogge king…

    hey, how ’bout that sweet crescent moon hanging over us people!!!

  27. avatar
    captainmission | 22 March 2007 at 4:00 am #

    Excellent, loved your surrealist parking meters.

    Politicians are like nappies. They both need changing regularly and for the same reason – Author Unknown

    Don’t vote, it only encourages them. ~Author Unknown

    Don’t Lie, Steal, Cheat, that’s the Govts Job – Bumper sticker

    One ought to recognize that the present political chaos is connected with the decay of language, and that one can probably bring about some improvement by starting at the verbal end. If you simplify your English, you are freed from the worst follies of orthodoxy. You cannot speak any of the necessary dialects, and when you make a stupid remark, its stupidity will be obvious, even to yourself. Political language – and with variations this is true of all political parties, from Conservatives to Anarchists – is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind. One cannot change this all in a moment, but one can at least change one’s own habits, and from time to time, one can even, if one jeers loudly enough, send some worn-out and useless phrase – some jackboot, Achilles’ heel, hotbed, melting pot, acid test, veritable inferno or other lump of verbal refuse – into the dustbin where it belongs. ~George Orwell, “Politics and the English Language,”

  28. avatar
    Leelinau | 22 March 2007 at 4:11 am #

    Don’t vote,
    it only encourages them.
    ~Author Unknown



  29. avatar
    Symon | 22 March 2007 at 4:24 am #

    Steve…I thought of you the other day when I saw on the news that some big fuggin yuppie developers wanna turn Bondi into one big boardwalk for the cafe latte set. I thought…BULLSHIT…Steve’ll stop ’em.

    Also, with news of how the NSW train system is supposedly the worst in the world (not sure where Baghdad’s rates though)…I knew it wouldn’t take long for you to very accurately, clincially and decisively pot the whole NSW political spectrum.

    Could be worse though…you could always have Steve Bracks as Premier.

    ps…I thought you really loved Melby and wished you’d lived here instead of Sidney…why would you want to join us up with Tassie ?? No one could be THAT mean…surely.

    keep the faith…Symon

  30. avatar
    ...being here, doing this... | 22 March 2007 at 5:01 am #

    “today i am filled with no rancour
    i feel even

    there’s a story of a disciple who told his guru that he was going to a far place to meditate and hopefully attain enlightenment. so he sent the guru a note every six months to report the progress he was making.

    the first report said,”now i understand what it means to lose the self.”

    the guru tore up the note and threw it in the wastepaper basket.

    after six months he got another report which said, “now i have attained sensitivity to all beings.”

    he tore it up.

    then a third report said,”now i understand the secret of the one and the many.”

    it too was torn up.

    and so it went on for years, until finally no reports came in.

    after a time the guru became curious and one day there was a traveller going to that far place. the guru said, “why don’t you find out what happened to that fellow.”

    finally he got a note from his disciple.

    it said, “what does it matter?”

    and when the guru read that, he said, “he made it! he made it! he finally got it! he got it!”

    liberation requires letting go of even the hankering for freedom

    only the content are truly free

    Anthony de Mello

  31. avatar
    redpotty | 22 March 2007 at 5:30 am #

    I’ve always wanted to start my own country for freedoms sake. AFter A little reasearch I found others trying to do the same by buying islands, building islands. Dreaming of Islands out there.

  32. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 6:04 am #

    seeing pics like seeing an old friend! more please sir? lots of platonic love and admiration to you.

  33. avatar
    Peter | 22 March 2007 at 6:59 am #

    Pleased to see you’ve cheered up !
    Last evening when playing with my 6mnth old daughter I flicked on the old music centre and on came Gloworm. I was moved to tears . that is such a beautiful song …thanks that’s your genius .

    Heh Lois is my first child. been with you guys from the start so no spring chicken, find it all quite emotional.

    See ya in London , What’s wrong with the North !!!

  34. avatar
    flowerpower | 22 March 2007 at 7:14 am #

    Yeah! Other tlaking parking metre ideas

    “Your Life Now Has No Meaning”

    “Life is meaningless and it is meaningless That It Means Nothing”

    “Your Illusion is Your Bliss”


    “You have just WON a prize to an all expenses paid holiday to Faluejah…”

    Steve, your stunning rendition of Hounds of Love left me breathless! More Bush! (not the nasty one)

  35. avatar
    the other steve | 22 March 2007 at 9:09 am #

    Steve, have you ever had an IQ test?

  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 9:27 am #

    Attention B.Bon
    Just faxed through for you from your local Member
    Your personal assistant

    Member for Kingsford Smith
    Shadow Minister for the Arts
    22 March 2007

    Government inaction creating uncertainty for cardboard box industry

    The Howard Government’s lack of response to the Review of Australian Government Box Support is inexcusable.

    Announced in May 2006, the review was designed to examine the effectiveness of current government support, with a particular emphasis on how best to harness increased private investment.

    Now almost ten months later, and with a change in Minister, the industry urgently needs certainty to attract big-budget foreign boxes to our shores.

    The 2005/06 Australian Box Commission’s annual national survey of feature and TV boxes found the value of production activity in Australia had fallen 33 per cent from the previous year, largely as a result of the sharp drop in the value of foreign features boxed in Australia.

    This figure was just $ 23 million in 2005/06, and is the lowest in recorded history – significantly below the five-year average of $ 172 million.

    Increased competition from locations like Hawaii and New Zealand, coupled with an uncertain government incentive environment, has meant big-budget cardboard box productions are increasingly heading elsewhere.

    Recent reports suggest the producers of the big-budget mini-series “B.Bon’s Pacific Boxarama” have scouted a number of locations including here and Hawaii for the follow-up to Tom Hanks’ and Matt Davison’s “Band of Brothers’ in Boxes”.

    The budget for “B.Bon’s Pacific Boxarama” has been estimated at over $ 100 million and would provide significant benefits to the industry including jobs, technical expertise and infrastructure.

    If the Howard Government is serious about ensuring the vibrancy and sustainability of the box industry then it’s critical we see some cardboard action from the new Minister.

  37. avatar
    mattdavison | 22 March 2007 at 9:36 am #

    You’re the hammy actor Shylock.

    “Howard” the ageing School dean waiting to cain the indignatious class, while secretly trying to get into the pants of his principle Georgina..While his students stay back in detention.


  38. avatar
    fantasticandy | 22 March 2007 at 10:38 am #

    ah! gas-guzzlers get a right hammering in blighty from now on.
    new huge road tax hike on the bloody things just announced.
    andy L.

  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 12:15 pm #

    you so funny, sk, we love you big time. richard

  40. avatar
    gator | 22 March 2007 at 12:16 pm #

    I say this to all my fringey-type friends:

    If you could exterminate everyone [[[and let’s be honest, what we’re talking about when we say ‘our nation should be different’ — we’re really saying ‘i’d like to kill all the ___x____’]]] who didn’t think like you, you’d have no fringe, from which to smirk. Like telling a retard to go sit in the corner… of a round room.

  41. avatar
    verdelay | 22 March 2007 at 2:01 pm #

    Somewhere today here in this small town
    A flower opened its petals
    Unfolding its soft flowery skin in the weak spring sunlight.
    It was yellow, but not in a cowardly way.
    It was scented, but not overpowering.
    There are a hundred just like it in plain sight, and yet this one was unique, and not just because I was watching it.
    After it opened it did nothing.

    And so I voted for it.

    And now it represents me.

  42. avatar
    nickfiction | 22 March 2007 at 2:49 pm #

    put up some more pictures, can you give us a cockatoo foto?

  43. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 5:16 pm #

    teach more hate less…but to each their own….Steve’s right on , of course. Let there be light! but there was only darkness… so ya need a flaming sword…Dee in Tx…on lunch break from teaching art class to elem. kids who hardly speak any english- and the classes are all over 30 people…figure that out…have a nice day.

  44. avatar
    knot | 22 March 2007 at 5:47 pm #


    (as I am your familiar)

    “And that,” put in the Director sententiously, “that is the secret of happiness and virtue-liking what you’ve got to do. All conditioning aims at that: making people like their inescapable social destiny.”

  45. avatar
    stealthblue | 22 March 2007 at 7:19 pm #

    Hello Everyone.
    Hope you are all having a groovy day. Spring is here!

    Oh, as far as all that political stuff…ah, fuggetaboutit! I just wish there were more peeps like our Kilbo in office that’s all. (I would love to visit the NEW NSW!) Certainly, more un-sheltered people with open minds and clear, REALISTIC visions of how to embrace a wider spectrum of individuals (not just the super wealthy, greedy “powerful” types, etc) Know what I mean? I really don’t think it is just the U.S. or Oz where the politicians are corrupt, self-interested elitists…it just doesn’t work like that. Right? Look at history, but when are we really gonna learn from our history instead of just repeating it in a much more dangerous and crowded environment? Thankfully, it SEEMS that there are a few “good ones” working their way in. Let us pray that more and more people “doing the right thing” can work their way into office…if that is what they want to do. Also, IF we can figure out a way to make elections more honest, etc. Sickening isn’t it…how it all works, it’s usually all just lip service.

    Ah well, Much love and respect to everyone here…
    Ben V.
    KILBEY FOR P.M.!!!

  46. avatar
    davem | 22 March 2007 at 8:44 pm #

    Yon blogge strikes a chord over here too.
    We waited so long for a Labour Government and then we got…..Blair’s New Labour.
    Such a let down.
    Hoping that Gordon Brown is going to rise to the challenge and give us at least a few years of true left wing politics.
    See you after the revolution.

  47. avatar
    gareth,notts | 22 March 2007 at 9:20 pm #

    i wish you could come over here n run whats left of this increasingly pathetic country!,all our politicians are a shower of shite,n corrupt to the core.good ideas…i’d vote for ya anyway!i agree with peter 5.59 whats wrong with playing the north? especially Nottingham????????????????????

  48. avatar
    Not The Church...But Damn Close | 22 March 2007 at 10:16 pm #

    Excuse Me Mr Iemma!!! Slag off the NZ actor if you wish, but leave the tribute artist alone thanks. Just because most of the successful artists over there are / were Kiwis. Dragon, Split Enz, Misex, Evermore, 1/4 of The Church. I only do it because you buggers won’t come and perform here. What a cheek. Such arrogance from the T B 🙂

  49. avatar
    mattdavison | 22 March 2007 at 10:35 pm #

    PL don’t take it all so seriously..
    Thought you wudda got sk’s mercyless hummor by now…

    hE HE..

    HEY /* gotta say mr K, that paul puts on a valient show..voice a bit (eratic)))but impressive g-tar
    solid passion 4 the crunch.

    you should be flattered

    >and me well… Iam just a sycophant that loves to have a rant.

  50. avatar
    PAGEY | 22 March 2007 at 11:05 pm #

    at least you still got Peter Garrett in the parliament don’t you?

  51. avatar
    Anonymous | 22 March 2007 at 11:08 pm #

    gods I’m hungry
    and this blogger hates me, can’t sign in!

  52. avatar
    Not The Church...But Damn Close | 22 March 2007 at 11:20 pm #

    MD. I didnt take it seriously, didnt you C the smiley face at the end. Thanks for the review, I agree my vocal can be erratic at times, half the reason being, the gig PA has no monitors (EG PR Bar) and so I cant hear my f-ing voice. Fucked. Just tried calling you, but you must be on the net.

    P L. Auckland

  53. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 March 2007 at 12:12 am #

    I guess there at least is a tribute band in NZ which is not bad goin considering The Church never tour there or sell many records – there should be one in Sydney!

    Dutch Pierre

  54. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 March 2007 at 1:23 am #


    You seem to have engaged in lobbying before!! (Your’e not some apparachik with a secret penchant for cardboard and paper products are you?) In any case, I feel a groundswell of support growing for this small but very influential faction within the party and no doubt the alarming cardboard situation will now be recieving some well deserved attention from the shadow cabinet. I am close to publishing my manifesto – ‘An Inconvenient Box’ – which will send shock waves through the voting public and the govt…the Howard administation will not be able fob us off for much longer!

    Thanks for doing an excellent job as PA – I’m upping your salary by K$100 and I’ll chuck in a couple of Lexi (Thanks SK for alerting me to the plural form of Lexus – I’m gonna be using it a lot!)

    The Right Hon. B.Bon

  55. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 March 2007 at 1:38 am #

    Canning Melby now!! I’m hurt sk, after everything, now this!

    I’m really excited though, cos your masterpiece “Art Imitating Life” is being sent out today, so I should get my copy on Monday, oooh I cant wait! Better dust off the old headphones for this one!

    Love always from a hurt Melbournite,

  56. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 March 2007 at 2:01 pm #

    “…the man has all the charisma of cold garlic bread”

    Can I use that in my letter of response to my impending redundancy?


    Richard, AKA, RA

  57. avatar
    don joe | 24 March 2007 at 12:11 am #

    no of em are worth a pinch of shit.

    de”mock”racy very true!!

    don joe

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