February 26, 2006


This is why I love children. Link.
Sorry about the lack of posts lately. I haven't really got much to say. I'm thinking about starting a new fictional blog about zombies, combining with a podcast. Just need some decent server space. Any ideas?

February 16, 2006

fascism is great... for me to poop on

"...A roaming rabble of communists, anarchists, promoters of homosexuality and thier assorted sympathizers."

If you were going to try promote yourself as a warrior-cum-propagandist for the far right wouldn't you, like, check your spelling? Or facts? Or yourself before you ridi-ridi-wrecked yourself?

Image hosted by Photobucket.comClick here for some unintentional comedy gold, such as "If the Aussie flag is a "racist symbol" then the Rainbow flag is a symbol of homosexuality... oops, it is!"

If you can no longer read this, it's because you've just been blinded by Benny's science.

It's weird how a murderous regime and ideology boils down to some knob with a compubox and —5 charisma.

Postscript: I forgot about this excellent sticker a friend made a while ago.Image hosted by Photobucket.com

February 06, 2006

a disturbance like a vandal

I know that a lot of my anarchist friends read this blog. Can I encourage you to join the Australian Anarchist Bulletin Board? Especially you Sydney types. There's hardly any of youse on there.

February 03, 2006

if you feel the need to freak do the jitterbug

I don't usually talk about parliamentarian politics on my blog unless a politician decides to say something completely batshit crazy. If you haven't heard already, Senator Barnaby Joyce (Nats), has "spoken out" against a vaccine for cunt cancer because it might give 12 year old girls "a licence to be promiscuous." Do I even need to explain why this is completely insane?

Speaking of strange creatures from the deep, I went to the Aquarium and it was even cooler than I expected. I looked right into the eye of the giant squid. The best part of the Aquarium was being centimeters away from sharks in this fishbowl hallway. You could actually see inside their mouths. And no-one told me the stingrays could be so fucking massive.

[left] The vampire squid, Vampyroteuthis infernalis, lit. "vampire squid from hell"
[right] Vampire squid in defensive position.
Not actually a squid, part of a genus on its own between squids and octopuses. Colouring can be deep red or jet black, depending on the light. Instead of ejecting ink to confuse prey, squirts jet of bioluminescent sparkles. Diet mainly consists of human souls.
It cost $15 (conc.) to get in, but it was totally worth it. The only thing that was dissapointing was the lack of deep sea creatures in the exhibit (I wanted to see more strange glowing things, maybe a vampire squid).

Oh, and there is a "ride" you can go on at the end. It's bizarre because it has absolutely nothing to do with creatures of the sea. it's a set of moving chairs and a screen that give the illsusion of movement at high speed. It's all about dodging large ice blocks in the Antarctic.