Revenge of the Hamster

Friday, October 29, 2004

You know the left is in BIG trouble when....

…..the ABC axe the television show of George Negus, one of the Australian Left’s poster boys.

George has labelled the decision ‘curious’ and ‘strange’. I find George curious and strange.

What does he expect when he insists on broadcasting a show that, just this week, dedicated an entire episode to the colour ‘red’, including a detailed examination of old hoofers wearing red hats.

Even more curious and strange is George’s pose on the GNT website. Check it out ladies. Komrade George is looking saucy.

Thursday, October 28, 2004

When celebrities attack...

Ahhhh, the phenomenon of the celebrity UN Goodwill Ambassador.

It’s like listening to Beethoven’s 5th Symphony being played on a pocket-side pianola. You marvel that it exists, but about five minutes of it is all you can take.

Goodwill Ambassador, Angelina Jolie, comments on the crisis in Darfur, which, coincidentally, her employer is largely unable to resolve.

Angelina is on the case though:

Everywhere is not 100 per cent safe

Yeah, I don’t know what she means either. She English good speak.
It is just the worst thing I have ever seen

Which just proves my long-held belief that she never watches her own films.

Monday, October 25, 2004

Been fishing

Have been on holidays for the last two weeks and just arrived back last night.

Regular posting will be resumed in the next 48 hours.

Friday, October 15, 2004

The Nelson Muntz Factor

A chat to my wise husband revealed what may prove to be the dominant reason Biff lost the election: The Nelson Muntz Factor.

And I quote:

I mean, would you vote for him. He's bashed people, called women names and looks like a caveman. A vote for Mark Latham is a vote for the school-bully.

He's Nelson Muntz. And while there's something primal and attractive about Nelson, would you vote for him? He represents the very worst of us which, while occasionally appealing in its own right, is not something you want all the time.


My curiosity aroused by my husband's sudden interest in politics, a seemingly world away from his usual pursuit of soft-core porn, I asked him why he liked John Howard.

He reminds me of my dad. I love my dad ergo I love John Howard.

Double word. And he used the word 'ergo'.

Monday, October 11, 2004

Drinking is fun...

Excitement-a-plenty in the Hamster Household this morning.

Beside the obvious orgasmic experience (yes, I intentionally link to Alan when I say because he's leading my my Top 10 Hotties of 2005 list AND he's a conservative - stand back ladies) on Saturday, followed by my 30th Birthday yesterday, I'm heading today to the Falls Retreat for two days.

Which means no blogging. But it means some purty pictures coming soon...

In my absence, remember that John Howard rules, John Kerry has issues and Margoid can't spell. Universal truths I grant you, but it's nice to reinforce them from time to time.

Sunday, October 10, 2004

Dancing on the tables....

Another wonderful victory for John Winston Howard....

Tears were shed, beers drunk in honour of each year of service by the great man were consumed, and the residents of East Malvern were treated to impromptu and off-key renditions of Advance Australia Fair as I staggered home.

Our great national anthem, sung to ghetto-booty riddums....? Get her a record deal STAT my neighbours would have been thinking. Or dial 000. It's all good.

Super-fab result for the Liberal Party and positive reinforcement of the power of conservatism in this country.

I bet Margo is PISSED.

Saturday, October 02, 2004

Hottie spotting

I think I saw the delectable Alan Anderson this morning walking, no, striding manfully, down Elizabeth Street.

Well I think it was him. He was hot with dark hair and a come-hither stare... very much like Alan.

Whoever it was, they're lucky (or unlikely depending) I'm married otherwise much groping would have been an inevitability.