Green laffs

Written By: - Date published: 8:46 am, October 23rd, 2008 - 7 comments
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Russel Norman at Drinking Liberally – Auckland last night on Lockwood Smith:

Lockwood may think all Asians have small hands but what we really learned today is that Lockwood’s feet are so small he can fit them in his mouth

Classic.

7 comments on “Green laffs”

  1. lprent 1

    Yeah he was pretty good and made a lot of sense. I was pretty impressed with the coherence of his arguments (and with some of the quips like the one above).

    I managed to mess up the sound when I was trying to increase the volume (damnit). I’m crap at analogue devices. But he seemed carry on ok after that. Our usual sound and video people were elsewhere.

  2. Julie 2

    Glad to hear it went well, sorry I couldn’t be there. Stupid work meetings! (Actually I had a good time at the work meeting, but it would have been nice to have had the two things on different nights, ah well maybe next time).

  3. David S. 3

    I don’t suppose someone recorded this one?

  4. DeeDub 4

    David S.
    October 23, 2008 at 2:59 pm

    I don’t suppose someone recorded this one?

    Probably not. Politicians get nervous around recording devices these days for some reason?

  5. lprent 5

    Nope. Our usual media jockey was unavailable, so the option to do it wasn’t offered..

  6. I got most of it on recorder but haven’t listened to it yet, I’ll see if it’s good enough to put up.

  7. nah, it’s clear but too quiet, it was too far from him,

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