The awning of a new age of petty bureaucracy

7 May 2011

Sometimes when the world seems full of testosterone, belligerence and people cheerfully murdering each other, it’s good to get mad about something really petty. Thank you, red awnings.

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Royal Commemorative Cartoon box set

The Mercury 30 April 2011

I’m just going to come out and say this: while as over-the-top weddings go I heard the other night was to *die* for, I still don’t see how that makes it any less ridiculous that some Pom is our head of state.

I note some eyes bulging ‘neath well-tugged forelocks and I say to you, just keep it to yourself. A monarchy in this day and age is silly. Royally silly. That is all.

Anyway, I did a few cartoons about it, which probably proves that I’m even sillier. Here’s the other one from the Sunday Tele.

The Sunday Telegraph 1 May 2011

Heil pokies

The Hobart Mercury 19 April 2011

Sorry, but if the best dirt the pokies dirt unit can come up with is some bloke saying Wilkie forced him to do a Nazi salute at the ADFA 30 years ago, then they’re not really earning their shovels.

Now don’t get me wrong, Nazis were evil bastards, even more evil than pokies, and being a complete arsehole at Duntroon (while apparently quite the done thing) is not cool, but come on guys, surely he was selling swastika throw rugs at the carpet shop or doing unspeakable things to kittens or something. Do your jobs. Dig dig.