The Christchurch Earthquake is serious business and has had a huge impact on the lives of the residents, BUT: as with any news event there are peripheral political, financial and media fuck-ups that make up the bread and butter of this podcast. So, with our full sympathies going out to the victims of this horrible event, let’s commence with the piss-taking…
Posts Tagged ‘Shortland Street’
Tonight, a very special presentation on the seedy world of lawn bowls, following this man’s 10 year ban from the sport…
…for getting his dick out.
Also on the agenda: Dave buys a TV finally then whines about it, plus we navigate the choppy seas of alternative operating systems/fucking time-vampires.
Normally, we here at the Egonomist set aside Thursday nights for our tracking sessions. We have our day jobs to go to the next morning, so we tend to limit ourselves to having a moderate amount to drink and tend to record as early in the evening as is possible.
This week we recorded on a Friday. While we had friends over.
So join us for a musical adventure as we gripe and yarn over protest/political music, bloated prog and 1980s aural electro-abortions. Also a look at the fight going down between the writers of the soap opera Shortland Street and the city of Tauranga.
EPISODE TEN! What a milestone. For what was supposed to be a weekly podcast, hitting episode 10 in week 3 of our existence is an incredible testament to the productivity of good, hardworking New Zealanders. So too is this episode. We talk about election promises, parity with Australia, labour unions – ALL THE FUN STUFF! God, we’re a crack up.
Phil Goff’s speech to the Grey Power AGM, mentioned constantly in this episode, can be read here: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PA1004/S00131.htm