John Howard turns 101!

Yes, 101 uses for a John Howard has reached 101 just in time for the election. The book of the blog is also available from the site which contains 10 extra uses for GST including uses for Peter Costello, Tony Abbott, Brendan Nelson, Philip Ruddock, Kevin Andrews, Mark Vaile, Helen Coonan, Joe Hockey, Malcolm Turnbull and Alexander Downer.

Remainder Bin

remainder bin
Another cartoon that’s been getting requests for prints – you latte-sipping Review readers clearly have far too much spare cash.

A truly great remaindered novel should not only be easy to light, but should also burn steadily for a long time. First published in the Review section of The Weekend Australian, September 8-9.

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derideo ergo sum

The Australian 17 June 2006

The Australian 17 June 2006

I’ve had a few requests for this cartoon which probably amounts to the cartoonist manifesto and which sounds far more convincing in Latin. First published in The Weekend Australian Review section 17-18 June 2006.

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Keeping Sydney safe from comedy

winning the war on satire
When one has been made to look like a complete and utter twat by having one’s $250 million security lockdown infiltrated by a handful of piss-takers on an ABC budget of probably a slab of beer and a medium sized margarita pizza, one should have the good grace to laugh. It seems the only bloke with a sense of humour is Alexander Downer, and that’s a worry.

Harry Highpants

harry Highpants
Here’s the latest book illustrated by the annoyingly talented Tom Jellett. The piccies are lovely and the story is about pants and pants are always funny. Go and buy a copy from the nearest quality bookstore.

Harry Highpants

Illustrated by: Tom Jellett
Written by: Tony Wilson

Everybody in town wears their pants at a different height: Mum is on the high side and the builders down the road are definitely on the low side. Harry Highpants wears his pants very, very high. Then Roy Bland, running for Mayor, decides to make a law saying that all pants must be worn at ‘normal height’. As a result the kids organise a Free Pants Convention, a festival of pants. And Harry Highpants shows himself to be a pants champion, and strikes a blow for pants freedom!