The news, eh? What is it? Where do I find it? What do I do once I’ve caught it? Is it contagious? Already 2011 has been awful full of news, and with human-produced news levels at their highest point in recorded history, what can be done to prepare for the eventual catastrophe which everyone is certain is coming from somewhere soon?
Posts Tagged ‘Korea’
Quick! Everybody change partners! Switch it up! – Sarah Palin comes out in support of North Korea and David Cunliffe comes out in supports of not-quite-but-kind-of-privatisation-but-not-really. It’s like that movie, you know?
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!
SPORTS! The Delhi Commonwealth Games is upon us and it’s covered in shit. How will our athletes fare in the scatological fallout as John Key dares them all to a game of ‘poo chicken’? In that vein we delve back into other shitty sporting events like the Montreal Olympics where New Zealand pissed off all of Africa, the 81 Tour that John Key doesn’t remember, and celebrate the legacy of Eddie the Eagle:
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:
Apparently waving this flag at unelected Chinese officials gets you in trouble.
I wonder how they’d react to this one then:
In this episode, Dan and Dave discuss the perils of sino-vexiphobia (look it up – I had to), and how YOU can avoid getting roughed up by goons on the steps of your country’s house of elected government. Also in the news; MORE HIPPIES:
The UK Election, 9/11, Cuban Missile Crisis and BOOBQUAKE! How’s that?
This was supposed to be a short and sweet episode. How did that turn out? Much like this: