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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 3:52 pm, May 8th, 2017 - 48 comments
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48 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. r0b 1

    The Brighter Future! I can see it! At last!

  2. Neil 2

    Ah planet key, dont worry john I will be there soon

  3. EE 3

    Bill English immerses himself in Virtual Reality (and the device is not even plugged in).

  4. ianmac 4

    Speak to me Oh God up there in Heaven.
    Pass on some good lines so that I may sway the many Doubters.
    I beseech thee oh wise one.

  5. mac1 5

    French Horse Blinkers.
    “French blinkers encourage the wearer to look forward and help prevent sideways vision.” These are English.

  6. weka 6

    PM does PR piece for new data extraction device.

  7. David Mac 7

    I knew it! Look at all those bongs.

  8. tc 8

    Next gen priced out of housing, welfare/health/education screwed over, filthy rivers, knackered akl, plunder aplenty for our mates geez these are great.

    Can we turn on the virtual setting now as the reality mode works fine.

  9. The decrypter 9

    Immigration UP. Home less UP. Poverty UP. Tax dodges UP. Tory party donations UP. Lies UP. Look UP with me and national ,Heading in the right direction UP.

  10. fender 10

    See I can live in two places at the same time! Now give me back my welfare payments..

  11. NZJester 11

    English looking at virtual reality representation of how New Zealand will look in 50 years so he can spot what parts of the environment have survived and better plan a more 100% slash and burn policy making sure nothing survives.

  12. Ad 12

    You see with this snorkel we can all swim in any river we like, you foolish complaining people.

  13. mauī 13

    Government commits to a 50% cyborg ratio in Parliament by 20999.

  14. Augustus 14

    Viewing ahead ever further: reduce debt by 2020, rivers swimmable in 2040, predator free in 2050, sufficient housing in 2060, 2070 equality…..2080

  15. Hooch 15

    “You better lose yourself in the music, the moment…”

  16. ropata 16

    Blinglish receiving orders from Xenu about the plan to enslave NZ

  17. Cinny 17

    Virtually private political porn, the tilted back head and parted lips gives it away.

  18. adam 18

    Bill can now be the best PM in the world!!

  19. ropata 19

    If all the National Party MPs get this great new device installed we will never have to see a poor person again!

  20. doc 20

    WoW this is great, all I need now is a dak. where’s Nandoz these day’s.

  21. One Anonymous Bloke 21

    “This new Cabinet Club sim is fantastic. I can see my patron backing up as though it were real life.”

  22. This leaked photo is widely considered the turning point between Bill English the politician and his future career as b.e. – extreme performance artist – it should be noted that this is the first photo of the scuba mask which features so prominently and controversially in later works.

    • the pigman 22.1

      The man’s entire political career has been absurd, b.e. was with us all along, we were just taking him too seriously to appreciate his earlier works. 😉

      Although I can agree that his work is maturing, instead of the mask slipping, he is literally putting it on.

  23. ropata 23

    This new “virtual social welfare” system will provide all low income NZers with virtual food, virtual healthcare, and virtual housing!

    The kiwi dream is alive and well in Second Life

  24. AB 24

    “I can see the wealth trickling down – amazing!”

  25. AB 25

    Wow – I don’t see any “pretty useless” Kiwis with these

  26. Wainwright 26

    “Is this thing turned on?”
    “Sorry sir, we’ve managed to create a range of fantasy simulations but the software simply can’t understand your request for “a world where neolib economics works””

  27. AB 27

    PM demonstrates new ‘social investment’ goggles capable of detecting benefit scroungers in utero.

  28. Incognito 28

    “FFS, take the red pill!”, what do you mean Morpheus?

  29. Incognito 29

    Nick, why are you wearing those shades and call yourself Agent Smith?

  30. Incognito 30

    Heh! I know for a fact that surplus isn’t real.

  31. Incognito 31

    Hang on, who’s that Little guy sitting in the PM’s office?

  32. AB 32

    PM demonstrates new ‘ethics scrambling device’ in preparation for an audience with Pope Francis

  33. David Mac 33

    “Please come back John.”

  34. keepcalmcarryon 34

    Prime Minister English checks progress on low cost housing builds in Auckland.

  35. fender 35

    Dim PM tries to contact 5-Eyes using Vive-5.

  36. Stuart Munro 36

    Gerry has failed us even in Australia! Dispatch War Rocket Ajax to bring back his body!

  37. Jesus Wept 37

    Wooh Hoo Mary. I’m the Mayor of Dipton.

  38. Jag 38

    Now they’re making me sleep in a doorway and they’ve turned the sprinklers on! I’m going to appeal my sentence, this punishment is inhumane!

  39. However, mid-debate, a loosely-fitted studio light fell, ending Bill’s brilliant political career.

  40. PM Bill English tries out a pair of “Chester Borrows” driving goggles and agrees they filter out all evidence of protesters.

  41. mac1 41

    “Wow”, says Bill, “This is really living!”

    Any one spotted the anomaly between what these virtual reality gogglers portray and what they are called?

  42. Policy Parrot 42

    Maybe if I do what the ostrich does, I too will be able to “bounce from cloud to cloud”.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjKd24UCPYY

    That’s provided I pull my head out of the sand.

  43. michelle 43

    I can see my demise its coming soon

  44. Philj 44

    Where’s the swimming pool I’ve been told to jump into?

  45. Philj 45

    “Hey guys, I’ve discovered this neat, new planning tool!”

  46. Treetop 46

    I sure have my blinkers on when it comes to unaffordable housing.

  47. mosa 47

    I love toy time.

    Steven, Paula you gotta see the colours and shapes !

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