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The most offensive Christmas song ever

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Wonder if they found the Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka at the same time?

A frog thought to be extinct has been re-discovered.

In 1853 Edward Frederick Kelaart, a physician and naturalist, collected a strange frog on the island of Sri Lanka then a British colony known as Ceylon. The specimen was a large shrub frog (about 2 inches or 5.5 centimeters long) with black-outlined white specks on lime-green skin. He dubbed it “starry” after its pale specks, but that was last anyone heard of it. Even the holotype—the body of the amphibian collected by Kelaart—went missing. Fast forward nearly 160 years—two world wars, Sri Lanka’s independence, and a man on the moon—when a recent expedition into Sri Lanka’s Peak Wilderness rediscovered a beguiling frog with pinkish specks.  Read more »

Merry F*#@ing Christmas To The World

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No they don’t

This remix still makes the wrong assumption that Gingers have souls. They don’t.

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Merry F*cking Christmas

When I worked at a major bank I worked in a team of people that in retrospect probably all had a combination of Tourettes and Aspergers. We all worked ina high stress department and so it wasn’t really a surprise that after a year of answering stupid, moronic questions day after day that at Christmas our favourite refrain was “Merry F*cking Christmas”.

This post is for them, they know who they are.

Just Voted

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Labour’s Lies and their Underpants Stealing Strategy

Now the World Cup is over Labour seem to have reverted to their underpants stealing strategy. David Parker has told a total lie about Sensible Sentencing in a classic underpants stealing move that Trevor Mallard would be proud to have committed himself.

A recap for the uninitiated. It is from  the Gnomes episode of South Park.

This is the clip that explains why the gnomes are stealing underpants.

There are many synergies with the gnomes and the Labour Party’s election campaign. So their campaign strategy of stealing underpants is:

Phase 1:   Steal Underpants (an euphemism for some stupid policy that has no chance of winning any votes)
Phase 2:   ?
Phase 3:  Win votes

If left wing bloggers wish to recycle this idea without acknowledging Whaleoil they should at the very least acknowledge they are describing an Underpants Stealing strategy.

Understanding Stealing Underpants

A recap for the uninitiated. It is from the Gnomes episode of South Park.

This is the clip that explains why the gnomes are stealing underpants.

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There are many synergies with the gnomes and the Labour Party’s election campaign. So their campaign strategy of stealing underpants is:

Phase 1:   Steal Underpants (an euphemism for some stupid policy that has no chance of winning any votes)
Phase 2:   ?
Phase 3:  Win votes

If left wing bloggers wish to recycle this idea without acknowledging Whaleoil they should at the very least acknowledge they are describing an Underpants Stealing strategy.

Oh the irony

Does anyone else think it is funny watching Labour MPs bitch and moan about electoral law.

Moaning about signsOh the irony. I wonder if he is mad because someone has complained about his signs, or just that he is the son of the devil and no one in Labour’s caucus likes him.

Not a single one

You know Labour’s in the shit when the community paper goes out, asks people who they’ll vote for and not a single one was a committed Labour supporter….in the People’s Republic of Canterbury.

Your views: Capital gains tax

21st July 2011

Labour released its capital gains tax last week but the new policy has failed to boost its popularity. The Star asked who people would vote for if an election was to be held this weekend.Stuart Fabian, 61, retired, of Sumner, would vote for National. He believed they were more equipped than Labour to lead the country. He said National was doing okay in power considering the circumstances and economic climate.

Grace O’Brien, 23, nurse, of Riccarton, would probably vote for John Key. She didn’t think anyone else had stepped up to challenge the Prime Minister.

“He’s the best of a not so fantastic lot.”

Samantha Griffiths, 21, student, of St Albans, didn’t know who she would vote for. She would choose a party depending on its student loan and student allowance policy.

Ray Smith, 67, retired, of Addington, would vote for National. He said National was doing a good job with the country’s economy. He wanted to see them abolish MMP and return to the first past the post system.

Max Gold, 58, lecturer, central city, normally voted for Labour but he was disappointed with the party’s capital gains tax.

He would watch Labour to see how they fared in the lead-up to the election.

Ben Greig, 21, electrician, of Burwood, would vote for John Key. He thought the Government was doing a good job dealing with the recovery ofChristchurch.

“It’s a hard job, they’re not doing anything I wouldn’t do.”

Frances Kett, 69, retired, of Casebrook, would vote for John Key because he promised not to raise the retirement age.

Helen Roberts, retired, of Addington, didn’t know who she would vote for. She would be looking at the health policies of the major parties as well as looking for a party promising to raise wages to match inflation

Pretty bad…sounds like no one is listening to what Phil Goff or Labour is saying. Perhaps they are just “Brown Noise“?