The return of DL Wellington

Written By: - Date published: 3:16 pm, February 3rd, 2009 - 6 comments
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Drinking Liberally Wellington is back for the new year.

Brian Easton, one of our leading left-wing economists, is speaking. Doubtless, he’ll have some insights on our current economic crisis.

And, it’s not just a chance to hear Brian. It’s also a chance to get together and talk about how we’re going to keep this government from doing too much damage in the tough year ahead.

What: Drinking Liberally Wellington
Where: Southern Cross Bar
When: 6pm, 12 Feb
Who: Brian Easton, you, a bunch of good jokers and jokesses

6 comments on “The return of DL Wellington”

  1. Julie 1

    Auckland DL is in the throes of getting something sorted too, hopefully for Feb 25th!

  2. Ari 2

    I was wondering if it was on a break. Thanks Steve 😉

  3. Monty 3

    I suppose you guys can talk about how socialism will save the world economy, and why Labour lost the election

  4. lprent 4

    Monty: I have to say that your suggested topic is a better topic than the alternate. How the greedy (like our current PM) attempted to destroy the world economy, That would be totally negative. It is a topic more suited to those carping dog-whistlers of the right like yourself….

    BTW: In that vein, it appears that adolf over at no munster has swallowed a medical dictionary? How else can one explain the ability to use words like bilious. I think that he is as illiterate and scientifically challenged as he has appeared to date – probably someone took pity and gave him a word.

    However as Dim-post says*… credit where credit is due – he almost used it in context (about himself).

    *Dim-post pointed out the slow and almost sad demise of whale (couldn’t happen to a more deserving guy). It appears that adolf is trying to claim the crown of self-appointed court jester of the political dog-whistle bloggers.

  5. monkey boy 5

    “It appears that adolf is trying to claim the crown of self-appointed court jester of the political dog-whistle bloggers.”

    Out of my cold, dead hands….

    [lprent: You’ll have to increase a few orders of magnitude on the bile levels. BTW: What does monkey bile smell like?]

  6. Chris G 6

    Wicked, I’m there.

    Maybe you should invite some Exclusive Bretheren.. I hear they drink just a tad. Hit up Johnny Friendly for their pigeon post address

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