Nobody knows exactly when we will next get to vote. It could be thrust upon us at a moment’s notice. You could be at home, you could be at work. You could be out, it might be dark, you could well be drunk. So it pays to think CONSTANTLY about how you’d vote or else you might get caught out and end up voting for the wrong people in a kind of panic. In this episode we moan about there basically being nobody to vote for, identify who we think are the “Most Egonomist MPs”, Dan outlines precisely what it will take to get him to vote Green, and Dave reminisces about ripping off his shoddy neighbor‘s unsecured wireless internet.
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PRIORITY MAIL! OPEN IMMEDIATELY! WIN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS! TURN INTO A DOUCHEBAG! HANG AROUND IN WATERFRONT BARS! BECOME PRIME MINSTER!
BONUS: Hear us talk nicely about Pansy Wong two seconds before she was forced to resign. Dan’s been singing the praises of Brownlee all week since this.
Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins. What does that have to do with anything? Eh?!
Join us as we try to set Dan up with Deborah Hill Cone. Have a look at her sterling wit here, just before John Campbell has to actively resist punching her in the face.
But mainly we take a look at Andrew Little – can he be Labour’s Don Brash In A Good Way Don’t Get Me Wrong Here? Can he save us from the horrors we so accurately predict (will be Bill English’s fault)? It’s all a bit of a downer – BUT! Comedic relief is here in the form of a brand new ACT MP! Hurray!
Jesus Christ, the second we ask where John Howard’s got to he goes and does something newsworthy. We’ll tackle that next week, I guess. Anyhow, for now: FIFA vs France, Pope vs Brussels, Humans vs Airlines, Vinyl vs CDs, Brightly coloured luggage vs Losing your shit. It’s all good.
Some music mentioned in this episode:
Australia is going through a bit of an upheaval at the moment, but it’s still going to be shit. Dan and Dave reminisce about the Nats’ promises to stem the flow of Kiwis crossing the ditch, illustrated by this billboard of theirs which invoked that most Australian of political institutions: Kidnapping. Meanwhile, grumpy Brit voters are getting what they asked for. And at home, drink driving goes to the next level of ridiculousness with these two winners.
If you’re wondering about this donk business…
In this episode North Korea gets its game-face on, the drinking age gets kicked around like the political football it is, and we generally lament the state of the world. Hooray!
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.