Maybe not very social, but definitely networking

Written By: - Date published: 9:12 pm, November 4th, 2009 - 13 comments
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And so my nomination for the 2009 Best Named Site Award goes to a fan club for our beloved Mayor of Whanganui Mr Lhaws:

Michael Laws is a complete twat

Probably unduly flattering when you think about it, but hey in the overall scheme of things you’ve earned it Mick. More than 3000 members and counting, well done.

UPDATE: the site is currently growing at a rate of more than 250 members per day, pretty soon it’ll have more members than all the people who voted for ACT in the last election.

13 comments on “Maybe not very social, but definitely networking”

  1. I guess some people have nothing to do.

  2. lprent 2

    Perfect. He really just likes the attention. Any attention.

  3. Deemac 3

    Sideswipe in the Herald got upset too – and to think the right keep telling the left to get a sense of humour! (and proportion)

  4. Sprout, your comment should have been written as:

    All Labour MPs are a complete twat

    That’s more appropriate, isn’t it?

    [That’s not even grammatical. Nor do I think that you’re the real redbaiter, which would make this identity theft. You’re probably just linkwhoring your new blog. If the real redbaiter comments here and requests it I will take down this comment — r0b]

  5. JD 5

    You can’t be a playa without having haters.

    Go Michael.

    It’s actually kind of amusing to see the left rabidly frothing at the mouth about Laws’ statements being taken out of context.

    • JD: i get the distinct impression that most of the people commenting on that site aren’t particularly political and wouldn’t necessarily consider themselves left or right; quite a different demographic to this site.

  6. Join up everyone this is neat fun.

  7. Izzy 7

    Personally, I’m a fan of “Brian Tamaki and Destiny Church can suck my dick”. “John Key is not my homeboy” is also entertaining.

  8. Group Membership:
    ACT Party vote 2009:

    Um… What can I say?? soon?? at that rate it will take about 400 days to reach ACT’s votes.

    Oh and FYI:

    Any reason why you picked ACT?

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