Didn’t take long

Written By: - Date published: 10:25 am, April 4th, 2008 - 7 comments
Categories: humour, john key, slippery, youtube - Tags: , , ,

A reader just sent us this – REM meets John Key.

(Hat-tip: PJ)

7 comments on “Didn’t take long”

  1. Steve Pierson 1

    hilarious. Our two different posts went up minutes apart both referring to Hollow Man, without either knowing.

    That’s what happens in multi-author blogs sometimes.

    like the vid PJ.

  2. monty 2

    More likely KDS is contagious. You have both a bad dose. Only remedy is 12 years living under a National Government.

  3. Steve Pierson 3

    What’s KDS?

  4. Tane 4

    ‘Key Derangement Syndrome’. It’s one of Whale’s lines, which is all the more ironic given his gallery of photoshopped images of Helen Clark, some of them pornographic and most of them sexist.

    [captcha: massive RIOTERS]

  5. r0b 5

    Watch it all the way to the end. “Ambiguous for New Zealand”. Brilliant.

  6. Ari 6

    Usually I dislike negative politics, but this is actually reasonably funny. Well done 😉

  7. AncientGeek 7

    Like Ari I’m not much on negative politics either.

    But if the tories don’t release at least SOME policy soon, then they will be campaigning on Key and a hollow policy deficit. That does need to be highlighted. I think I’ll e-mail that link around a bit.

    If the LP could get permission to use the song….

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