Found art

Written By: - Date published: 11:14 pm, March 18th, 2017 - 9 comments
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9 comments on “Found art”

  1. NZJester 1

    Was it ever in service? Most of the time his mouth just dribbles National Party talking points like a parrot.

  2. Chris 3

    I don’t know what the fuss is all about. His face has always reminded me of the back end of a bus.

  3. gsays 4

    Wow, new order are touring with a new singer.

    • Yes gsays,Along with the new singer, -‘bill the double dipper’ – the old conductor joyce is still calling the tunes but is now conducting with his new dildo batton.

  4. Foreign waka 5

    I honestly change station when I hear him espousing his “wisdom” on the rest of us early in the morning when I travel to work. His conviction that uniformity of the rich is the only measure and the rest of us can go and…. is beyond any reason. He is a bought men and his well to do status depends on greasing to those who can pay. I understand, but please have this despicable way of life not trumpeted as a valid ethical story on the rest of us.

  5. It’s perfect placement, lol.

    That said, that ad is so emblematic of the problem with political mainstream media in New Zealand. Always it is about personalities and never about nuance, or parties other than Labour and National, and never is it about the audience rather than the presenter.

    It all needs to burn down so it can be thoroughly replaced from start to finish IMO.

  6. rhinocrates 7

    You can lead a show pony to water, but you cannot make him think.

  7. Ad 8

    Love it.

    I think I might just turn that into a T-shirt.

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