In this episode we ask you to believe that we planned for a rant about war to come out around Armistice Day and that this episode isn’t just the random wafflings of a pair of Mark Corrigans that was going to happen anyway. Do it!
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Race, religion, sexuality, Australia and Maurice Williamson – a mix as volatile as a meth lab in an earthquake, of which we’re fairly certain some poor fuckers are desperately cleaning up right now.
The National Party Conference has just been, which means comedy gold is in the air. From the promises themselves, the dodgy stats backing up the decisions, to the unions who tried to storm the castle, we get a bit of fodder out of the whole ordeal. Also on the agenda: The future of the Maori party, Molotov Mitchell tweets about non-specific violence, the US revolutionary war, the PEDA fiasco and fallout, and Lego:
Just to cheer you up some.
Ladies and gentlemen; here are the children who are running your nation. Speaking of running nations, in this episode we ask whatever happened to that Saddam chap the US used to have as a playmate a few years back, and at some point we manage to get onto Dan’s favourite subject: what’s wrong with all of you people.
And meanwhile, in Iraq:
In this episode we talk about K-Strass, a purported Yo-yo expert who has been pranking local news shows in America with is yo yo “act”. Also, the UK election results are in, Paula Bennett’s an idiot, and Dave unveils his own new single-issue, special interest political party, the CAIP.
Conservative messages in popular music never seem to work on an artistic level, but as unintentional comedy they are absolute gold. We take a peek at this phenomenon via examples such as The Right Brothers, Wolverines, and some poor girl who will surely grow up to regret posting videos of herself singing over a Michael Jackson song about health care reform and Glen Beck.
We got wise to some of this stuff due to the awesome blog “Et tu, Mr Destructo?”
The first video we talk about is this, from Wolverines.
If that somehow wasn’t to your tastes, you might enjoy Satellite High’s dis-track in response to it (you will)
Also talked about is The Right Brothers’ “Bush Was Right”.