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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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?
Back in August Paula Rebstock, a former commerce commission head and therefore the most appropriate person to make these sorts of life-and-death decisions, released her welfare working group’s issue paper which set us off like a firecracker in episode 50 (highlight here). Rebstock is back this week, with her group’s recommendations. Claiming our economy cannot support our society, she makes the dual mistake of forgetting that it’s our society that should come before our economy in that sentence, and that economies do tend to behave rather catastrophically when you base them on bullshit figures.
Dogs are not a man’s best friend and they do not understand “bros before hoes” at all. Stupid Henry. Hear an old story from Dave’s youth, Dan’s views on animals and the morons who love/speak to them, plus the usual shit about Chris Carter.
In this episode: The filth get in the way of Sara Goff getting her donk on in Sydney, which is all news to her father. Gerry Brownlee is a gigantic idiot PUN INTENDED. John Key has imaginary friends (finally found the news article). Australia now has the most stringent laws in the world for people wanting to enter the masturbation industries. And TV3′s David Fane fails at all but the most unintentional of comedy when he insults a persecuted race and people with a stigmatized, debilitating and deadly illness all in the one statement, delivered at an event that he presumably had time to prepare material for. BIT LIKE AN EGONOMIST EPISODE THEN EH HAHA! Fuck you.
This episode seems to have recorded a little hot. Pardon me.
Bigger picture time, ladies and gentlemen. How significant is MP misuse of credit cards for a few hundred in cheeky expenses when you remember that the minister of finance gets tens of thousands of tax dollars to live in his own home? Or what expectations do you have for those at BP responsible for the gulf spill in the light of what justice has been handed down to those behind tens of thousand dead from a gas leak in India 26 years ago?