Cheap thrills

Written By: - Date published: 5:15 pm, March 31st, 2008 - 7 comments
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If you’re in the market for some cheap BZP but don’t want to sell your soul to the ACT Party to get your hands on it, apparently you’re in luck.

7 comments on “Cheap thrills”

  1. randal 1

    hey its my CHOICE…guaranteed under the constitution (sic) to do whatever I like as long as I am civil and obedient

  2. Ari 2

    Hey now, ACT doesn’t want your soul, just your vote, and your kiwisaver, and your working for families, and your public education, and your…

    Okay, so close enough.

  3. MikeE 3

    As opposed to Labour, National, Progressives and NZ first who would like to see you in Jail if you were holding that bucket from midnight tonite onwards.

    At least ACT, Greens and MAori party gave a shit about personal freedom (although both the greens and Maori have been inconsistant – on freedom of speech and tobacco respectively)

  4. ak 4

    Speaking of cheap laughs, nip over to Farrar and check out the “Good Bsa decision” thread. The libs and fundies are on to sex – utterly hilarious match-up. Watch for burt on masturbation (boxing gloves tied to the bedstead), “breasts flying all over the screen”, ratbiter getting all prudish, gems galore!!

  5. Tane 5

    MikeE, I think Base was taking the piss. Personally I think the ban on party bills is stupid. Just went and bought me a fiddy bag for five bucks.

  6. Matthew Pilott 6

    I thought those were .22 rounds, and that they were a rip-off. Then I wondered why Tane needed 50 of them…

  7. MikeE 7

    Just to get the standards blood boiling:

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