Episode 2 with Darren Watson in the hotseat. Local elections results are in and EVERYBODY IS STOKED:
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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.
Today we recap our interaction with the Coastal Coalition, and the steamy depths of wacky beliefs held by other, smirking, ACT party affiliates, including their boners for stuff like Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally and Ayn Rand, homicide groupie, because to people who hate other people, apparently this video is sublime:
How to completely infuriate a Frenchman. Show him this photo:
Then play him this episode, in which we list the reasons France has no right to complain about anything ever at all. Not even the above picture. Or America. France started it. Shut up, France.
Hahaha, we just totally talk about pizza for like the entire time. Ok, that’s an exaggeration, we do get around to talking about real stuff: The pathology of the right wing, the crimes of Labour governments past, morality, tea and , of course, coffee.
This was recorded before the Chris Carter debacle. The next episode is going to be all over that.
We’re amazed that nobody hit upon this solution earlier: pay the teachers less! Roger Douglas is a man with a vision. Also, stupid laws and embarrassing musical purchases round out this episode.
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 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!
Baseball meets the justice system and ACT meets the demands of their hysterical, uninformed constituents in this week’s biggest news: The Three Strikes Bill. Also, we ask the hard questions about why “Mum and Dad” investors would want to buy something they already own, where Dolf Lundgren is these days, and what Tory Horse thinks about all this.
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”.