New rules

Written By: - Date published: 1:16 pm, May 12th, 2009 - 5 comments
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Makes you wish we had some good political satire here.

5 comments on “New rules”

  1. r0b 1

    Tyre pressure (at 4:25). Light bulbs and shower heads, starring John Key as the American: “Fuck you – get me more oil”…

  2. Paul Robeson 2

    gee I needed that after today in NZ. funny

    the audacity of soap…from the hit song land of soap and water…

  3. Ms X 3

    absolutely priceless.

  4. edoze 4


    [lprent: still haven’t received an explanation about your last comment. Looks like you stay in auto-moderation]

    • edoze 4.1

      What was i commenting on last time? To be fair to all parties, it could have been the author, the person above me, or a generic statement of facts.

      Either way im open to interpretation as to the whom im meant. Surely not you Lynn! I have more respect than to hurl mere piffle at you.

      Does that equivocate enough to get me out of the corner?

      [lprent: Yes. If you want to sling abuse, the general rule is that you sling it at someone, preferably with a point. Then the moderators will decide if it is within the bounds of a robust debate and take action if required. Sling it at random and I’ll assume it is it at me and take generally more severe action ]

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