Those of you who follow our twitter may already know this (and it’s not going to come as a shock to the rest of you) but Dan got into a scuffle the other week. He runs down the events that got him covered in blood. This sparks an oral history of getting monged in Wellington, which is arguably the only topic we’re actually qualified to talk on.
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Ecstasy deaths, the perils of the aristocracy in getting themselves KFC, the impending crippling labour relations in the UK, gigolos, and, of course, donk.
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.
Boy, oh boy. This episode has EVERYTHING. Sexual disease, sexual perversion and conspiracy nuts! Inglewood High School has turned into a harem, Auckland district court has turned into a peep show, and Dave’s life has become very complex since hearing the news about aliens, Planet X and the TRUTH.
Yes, failblog went and scooped us. That’s what we get for pre-recording episodes, and what you get for reading failblog.
Here’s that fucking BC, BTW (source). I am so sick of your shit, everybody.
As promised in the episode, here’s some photos of the protest piece that Dave made an delivered to the US Embassy following the leaking of footage of US airmen killing civilians, but also some pictures relating to why he did so. Some pictures are taken from that footage and will be distressing.
In this episode, Dave gets visited by the police. Looks like some uppity superpower threw down some surveillance following a little anti-war protest action, and he’s now on a watch list. While we’re on the topic of protest, the marches against mining on Schedule 4 land, and National’s response, get a good old talking about too.
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.