Monday, March 31, 2003

Other cool quotes (this one's from Hedwig and the Angry Inch):
Tommy: Do you accept Jesus as your lord and saviour?
Hedwig: No, but I love his work.

4 posts in one day, I'd better go have a lie down...

Favourite quote:
Wilson: I've just seen god.
Lackey: What'd he look like?
Wilson: He looked like me.

24hr party people was really good.

I particularly enjoyed Wilsons wife getting a shag in the toilets...(not a euphimism) off of Howard Devoto,and as Wilson storms out protesting that he only got a blow job
the real Howard Devoto steps forward to say that none of this happened and WIlson doesn't have all his wheels in contact with the road.

Also whoever played the antions favourite schoolyard bully Shaun Ryder was a genius...no a jayne-eee---oosss.

Polx

Ooh! My first "open in a new window" type link...

Speaking of Alan Partridge, I've had this gem sitting on my hard drive for a while... Richard Madeley is a B-list (some would say C) talk show host in the UK - and he is quite, quite mad. There are definitely a lot of similarities there...

Saturday, March 29, 2003

err seppos,septic tank =yank

liked the stencil site specially the obey giant pastiche with Bert Newton.


thank you kindly...hooray drink is back in my life...ciggies are still out...as is sex.

saw baise moi on wed on DVD...slomo...ahaem moving briskly forwards then back and then...

Odd peeps the poms You ain't allowed to see the old in out unless it is in a french art film...starring porno actresses.

love you all and miss you tons.
If I sent you my passport eve could you submit it from your address?

ooooh that is wicked!

Polx

Friday, March 28, 2003

Argh, I'm crap at cockney, comes from living in Ealing where everyone spent their time trying really hard to be Bridget Jones, Penelope Keith, etc.
Never mind, here's a link to the stencil revolution site - which has now got me singing 'children of the revolution'... go figure.

Tuesday, March 25, 2003

british losses so far,16.only two in combat the single largest loss down to our pals the seppos

Saturday, March 22, 2003

yikes,it appears...that I have to be in Oz to apply for the lil blue book.
Shit.
Can I extend my Perm res while outside the country?
that is the q otherwise I will be back before sept 29th 05.
Hmmm
eve can I marry your husband?
polx

Friday, March 21, 2003

oh yeah...it's war innit.


1) The yank general who declared it to be "Hammer Time!" I defy anyone to hear that and not do the first few bars.

2) the British Lt Col how said the following

Lieutenant Colonel Tim Collins gave the battlegroup of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish the pep talk as the US deadline for Saddam Hussein to leave Iraq or face action ticked away.

Reporters said the men listened in silence to the address at Fort Blair Mayne desert camp, 20 miles from the Iraqi border.

"We go to liberate not to conquer. We will not fly our flags in their country," he said.

"We are entering Iraq to free a people and the only flag which will be flown in that ancient land is their own. Show respect for them.

"There are some who are alive at this moment who will not be alive shortly. Those who do not wish to go on that journey, we will not send.

"As for the others I expect you to rock their world. Wipe them out if that is what they choose. But if you are ferocious in battle remember to be magnanimous in victory.

"Iraq is steeped in history. It is the site of the Garden of Eden, of the Great Flood and the birthplace of Abraham. Tread lightly there.

You will see things that no man could pay to see and you will have to go a long way to find a more decent, generous and upright people than the Iraqis.

"You will be embarrassed by their hospitality even though they have nothing.

"Don't treat them as refugees for they are in their own country. Their children will be poor, in years to come they will know that the light of liberation in their lives was brought by you.

"If there are casualties of war then remember that when they woke up and got dressed in the morning they did not plan to die this day.

"Allow them dignity in death. Bury them properly and mark their graves."

To his 800 men - an arm of the 16 Air Assault Brigade - he said: "It is my foremost intention to bring every single one of you out alive but there may be people among us who will not see the end of this campaign.

"We will put them in their sleeping bags and send them back. There will be no time for sorrow.

"The enemy should be in no doubt that we are his nemesis and that we are bringing about his rightful destruction.

"There are many regional commanders who have stains on their souls and they are stoking the fires of hell for Saddam.
He and his forces will be destroyed by this coalition for what they have done. As they die they will know their deeds have brought them to this place. Show them no pity."

He said: "It is a big step to take another human life. It is not to be done lightly.

"I know of men who have taken life needlessly in other conflicts, I can assure you they live with the mark of Cain upon them.

"If someone surrenders to you then remember they have that right in international law and ensure that one day they go home to their family.

"The ones who wish to fight, well, we aim to please."

He warned the troops not to get carried away in the heat of battle.

"If you harm the regiment or its history by over enthusiasm in killing or in cowardice, know it is your family who will suffer.

You will be shunned unless your conduct is of the highest for your deeds will follow you down through history. We will bring shame on neither our uniform or our nation."

Warning that the troops were very likely to face chemical or biological weapons, he said: "It is not a question of if, it's a question of when. We know he has already devolved the decision to lower commanders, and that means he has already taken the decision himself. If we survive the first strike we will survive the attack."

His closing words were resolute: "As for ourselves, let's bring everyone home and leave Iraq a better place for us having been there. Our business now is north."
(source the Beeb)
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Doo doo do doo do
s'hammer time

Thursday, March 20, 2003

Bugger. I will write something soon, I promise...

Monday, March 17, 2003

greetings fellow noodlers.

wait.

is that a bit rude?

hang on: *grabs dictionary, flicks to noodling*.

hmmmmm.....uh uh.....oh....it isn't

HURRAH!

anyway,

collectivenourfilmworks are proud to announce the screening of our short film: 'Pest Control' at the Embassy bar in the city on wednesday the 26th of march @ 8:00pm.

here's the movie poster



i think we might be screening 'sup homes and misguided tour as well, so come along. bring your friends.

i'll email you all properly with the details, and maybe a map....ooooh a map!

guys I have a small favour to ask.
I now have all the forms to fill in for the citizenship application,but two facts are answered nowhere,and seeing as you can't talk to anyone at australia house (not joking they have no outside manned number) I was wondering if one of you could phone the department of migration in lonsdale st and ask them two questions for me.

firstly how much does the application cost in A$s...I know seems daft but it really says nothing on the form or the website.

And secondly and more importantly can you apply from outside Oz?I am having the disaster premonitions.
I don't see why not as you have to be outside to get your permenant residency.

Anyhow if one of you could oblige I'd be enormously in your debt.
Phoning office hours for Melbourne from here is a bit tricky.
Oh and don't mention my name...dunno why not just an anonymous enquiry.
love to you all

Polx

thanx for the master class alex I am enlightened.
I saw the local anti war protesters marching on saturday afternoon.
They were the ususl mixed bag at any event,mothers and kids,a few of the mangier of the student body,local vicars and the anglicans against war
I was in the window of a computer shop,when I heard one male shop assistant tunrn to the next and say that they should use the water cannon on them.
to which his colleague agreed heartily.Strange effect prolonged exposure to the daily mail can have on even young minds.

bored

Polx

Pol you need to harness the power of the image tag. type the following, only with < and > instead of { and }.
{img src="http://home.pacific.net.au/~ahw/pj/finale.jpg" border=0}

should result in


In other news: I dyed my hair black. Changing one's hair colour is a fairly mild form of self-mutilation or self-abuse, second only to not washing oneself or not cleaning one's teeth. Or not sleeping and going mad as a consequence of sleep deprivation. Then comes circumcision ... ear piercing ... tattoos ... 'body modification' ... but then wearing shoes every day is a form of self-abuse, because our feets would be nice and spread out if it weren't for them shoes what we wears every week ...

Also Pol sir if you wanted to use that image to link to something else, maybe your tattooist, it would go a little something like this ...

{a href="http://oralse.cx"}{img src =http://www.artwanted.com/images/large/5211_17008.jpg border = 1}(/a)




Also: Happy St Patrick's Day, Paddies Plastic and Geniune Alike! Best piece of Nationalist PR there ever was, like, so. I wonder when George intends on invading Ireland ... I hear they have lots of terrists up there. Can anyone else hear the thunderclouds rumbling? I can't believe that hick moron made jokes during yesterday's Azores meeting:the one where he didn't even have the cojones to admit he was threatening an invasion of Iraq.

Saturday, March 15, 2003

Oral sex makes pregnancies safer and more successful - study

here

"He says the protective effect was strongest if the woman swallowed the semen."

:-)

Friday, March 14, 2003

how do you post piccies? Ilooked but I could only find a blog PLUS premium thing

here is the tatto I am going tob get


voila


dunno if that worked

Polx

oh yeah and the banner will say "mightier"

Tuesday, March 11, 2003

righto,there's this show in Scotland called chewing the fatthat has some old blokes singing old time songs.
And I think you should give em a listen

bill you wrote the words like it was something that you would be good at ..and professionally too.
I on the ither hand cannt type

Monday, March 10, 2003

PUBLISHED!!!

Sunday, March 09, 2003

This is probably a bad idea for most of you, and the site's been slashdotted all to hell, but apparently rockstar has released a free version of GRAND THEFT AUTO for the PC. You can download it from their site (if you can get into it) here

Saturday, March 08, 2003

the adventures of....Tic Tac Machete


this is great

Friday, March 07, 2003

OK so apparently the Hooters chain has launched an airline. And I for one am glad. Because it gave Henry Harteveldt the opportunity to say this:

Henry Harteveldt, an airline analyst for Forrester Research in San Francisco, described Hooters Air as a novelty idea that would not give established carriers such Delta Air Lines, which operates on the same route, anything to worry about.


"I expect Hooters Air to bounce along until they go bust," Harteveldt said.
< rimshot >

Tuesday, March 04, 2003

after 7 consecutive days of working ridiculous hours at torus (bless the games industry) i now have 2 days off.

and it's wonderful :)