Tuesday, July 24, 2007

further hp hating

From the ever wonderful (and possibly Marky) Wondermark.

In other news: I've discovered labels! Fuck me I'm cutting edge.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

the hp report

Blah blah wands blah blah muggles blah blah snore...

Got to page 43, realised I'd skipped several pages, couldn't face going back through it again, gave up.

Am now reading this instead. Much better.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

jay 'the smasher' sherman?

I love the idea of Jon Lovitz mashing someone's head into a bar, but I just can't quite picture it.

For those who don't know: Jon Lovitz voiced Jay Sherman in The Critic and has appeared as various characters (Artie Ziff mainly) in The Simpsons.

Fave line from The Critic:

Jay: You're old enough to be my mother.
Doris: So? You're fat enough to be my car.

Andy Dick is well named.

Monday, July 16, 2007

rugby racing and beer

From the Alternative Rugby Commentary. Bloody hilarious. Warning: should not be viewed by Australians...

WeeputoCarterCartertoRokocokoRokocokohitsthejetstry. Brilliant! Warning: should not be viewed by the French.

Friday, July 13, 2007


Beautiful, magical and terrifying:

Scary wonderful stuff...

Thursday, July 05, 2007

god i hate people

From the internal e-news circular:

Supreme Court cuts energy wastage

The Supreme Court is leading the way when it comes to conserving energy by switching off computers at the end of the day.


This is leading the way?

I thought this was the bare fucking minimum, something that every person with two brain cells to rub together would be doing anyway?

Oh wow, the Courts are 'leading' with this incredible move. Who knows, perhaps next they'll be turning off lights when they leave or *gasp!* recycling materials in their building.

Don't worry everyone, the planet is being saved!

You judges and lawyers can keep driving your 4 litre Urban Assault Vehicles over from the North Shore each day, getting your shitty coffee in polystyrene cups, buying lunch made from all imported ingredients, relaxing in your climate controlled offices - all guilt free because you're turning off your computers at the end of the day. Well done.

The planet thanks you for your courageous sacrifice.