Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 10, 2020

This will be me, too, one day.

I just know it.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 10, 2020

When the shit hits the fan…

…it was probably sent there by a penguin.

(Hoping this takes your mind off riots, falling statues and the c-thing for a good thirty seconds)

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 8, 2020

Who had mutant potatoes on their list for July?

Woman returns home after lockdown to discover ‘strange’ potato growth.

And, if you missed it, we lost a second great musician this week: Charlie Daniels.

Has the warranty on 2020 expired yet? Can we return it to the manufacturer?

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 6, 2020

God damn this rotten year.

No, not another outbreak, not another kamikaze comet, not another riot:

Ennio Morricone dead at 91.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 5, 2020

They didn’t kneel.

She didn’t.

Claira Janover also encountered non-kneelers at Deloittes. The accounting firm withdrew their offer of an internship after Ms J posted a provocative message to anyone who had “the nerve, the sheer entitled caucasity to say ‘all lives matter.’”

Imma stab you. And while you’re struggling and bleeding out, I’m gonna show you my paper cut and say, ‘My cut matters, too.’

In the wake of her dismissal, Claira has passed through the usual stages of wokeist grief: It was all a joke, and, Trump supporters took my job away!

For Deloittes, this should be the best publicity they never paid for. In the current environment any display is spine is to be welcomed.


Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 5, 2020

Cook and Colonial. Bust and Beer.

As anticipated in an earlier post, MP Craig Kelly has received his bust of Captain James Cook.

Note the can alongside. This is a product of the Colonial Brewing Company. Last month Colonial were getting belted over their name. The managing director, Lawrence Dowd, explained that the beer makers who started the firm based themselves in Margaret River. That’s a part of WA that’s very well known for its wines, not its beers. Dowd said ‘They were basically colonising a beer company in a very famous wine region. That’s where the name came from.’

Mr Dowd didn’t quite tell the name-change brigade to subject themselves to intercourse with a bargepole. But he did have courage enough to avoid throwing himself on the floor and howling his shame at his unworthiness as The West Australian did over a cartoon strip.

Reaction on social media was very strongly against any name change. The brewery reopened its eatery last Thursday and they were booked solid. At this stage it seems the campaign is dead.

Let’s face it, if they had buckled, the media would have crowed about it long and loud. Take their silence as an admission of defeat.

How big was the force calling for change? It started with one journalist in Melbourne and spread to one liquor seller. That seller’s name was – ahem – Blackhearts and Sparrows.

BLACK hearts and Sparrows, in the aftermath of the campaign against Colonial, have yet to announce any change to their own name.

Maybe they’re racists.

Just putting it out there.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 5, 2020

A Fourth of July observation.

“America – a country so great even her haters refuse to leave.”

Seen on the internet:
I don’t think Hillary understands how some things work. She just called the suicide hotline and placed an order for Ghislaine Maxwell.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | July 3, 2020

You’ve suspected this for a while now, haven’t you?

Joe Biden’s pick for VP will be…
wait for it…
He’s got the experience! He’s got the connections! He’s had fifty years in Washington to figure out what’s really wrong with America!

 I hope this positive, uplifting message helps you cope through the rest of 2020.

H/t to Paco.

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