Monday, March 31, 2003

I just came across The Apathetic Online Journal Entry Generator, and now I feel stupid. I've been wasting my time!

Apologies for the lack of recent blogging, but my mind isn't at all focused on what it should be focused on. It sounds almost unnaturally ignorant of me, I know, but the last few weeks have been very stressful. I'm working on the implimentation of a routine, but until then, it's going to be irregular posting as I'm sure you're already used to.

Does anybody else out there find it kind of ironic that Muslims are so avidly protesting the war, while at the same time declaring Jihad on the West?

Thursday, March 27, 2003

THERE'S NOT really that much to blog about today. I haven't really been following the war due to the pinheaded nature of the news coverage, and the fact that not much is happening anyway. At least, not that I'm overly familiar with... which is probably the result of me not paying much attention to the war at the moment anyway.

*sigh* It's a vicious cycle.

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

A VERY GOOD FRIEND OF MINE who recently moved to Sydney has had his opinion changed about the war. However, it was for somewhat unorthodox reasons:

I changed my mind to wanting war after the bullshit they [anti-war protesters] started pulling. They want me to protest!

My respect has incresed tenfold.


Give me your money

It deserves your praise and money.

Monday, March 24, 2003

I COULDN'T have said this better if I tried.

Sunday, March 23, 2003

THE WAR is being shown on a very large screen at the Southbank Piazza here in Brisbane. It sure beats watching Baghdad being bombed on my own TV here at home! Word on the street says that there's a large Sony screen at Moore Park in Sydney doing the same thing.

Friday, March 21, 2003

HA! It's probably a good thing that I didn't go to the "protest" in Brisbane this evening. On the evening news they said there was, and I quote, "a disappointing turnout", then the camera panned out and showed all of 12 or 13 protesters in King George Square. It was only early times, but 3000 or so protesters appeared pretty much out of nowhere yesterday, so I was expecting more today. Apparently the smell of pot in yesterdays protest was nearly overwhelming, so perhaps today the majority of protesters thought they were in King George Square, but weren't really.

WHEN the protesters attacked NSW Premier Bob Carr's escort in Sydney yesterday, did they realise that he is, in fact, opposed to this war? What made it even more funny was that in the background of the news shots, Labor Party signs with "NO WAR" were written on them.

UPDATE: The confused protesters became even more confused when balloons were thrown out of an office building at the protesters, hopefully containing honey, flour or perhaps even brick (I can only hope). The protesters felt some kind of moral victory when one balloon was run over by a renegade bus. The confusion quickly turned to anger when members of the same office were yelling out pro-war slogans such as "BOMB IRAQ".

OH JOY, big protests this afternoon here in Brisbane. I'm very tempted to go on the very slight chance that I could somehow get a microphone or, better yet, a television appearance. Then I would be able to at least get some kind of satisfaction in telling protesters what I think.

What I'd really like to do if I got on television or in front of a crowd, would be to publicly state how much I detest the Brisbane Lord Mayor... um... I forget his name (note to self: learn the name of this assclown).

However I may not go because within about 30 seconds of me being there, I'd be belting protesters with whatever I could, beacause they annoy me.

FORWARDED to me by email today from my sister; the Quote of the Day.

"You know the world is going crazy when the best rapper is a white guy, the best golfer is a black guy, France is accusing the US of arrogance, and Germany doesn't want to go to war."

So true.

Thursday, March 20, 2003

HMM... Saddam Hussein is due to appear on Iraqi television soon. Should be interesting.

UPDATE: Pffft. I was disappointed. Although he did look goofy with those glasses... hehe...

Wednesday, March 19, 2003


The movie of the new millenium!

You can't say that it doesn't deserve at least 14 Oscars.

So I was walking down through Queen St. Mall in Brisbane the other day, right, and there's this crazy guy who sits in the middle of the mall with a whole heap of art supplies and paints stuff while yelling at the same time. So I goes up to him and I says, I says,

"Hey! Stop yelling! I don't appreciate it!"

and he replies, he says,


So I kicked his ass and stole his wallet.

THERE HAS BEEN a new office set up in an undisclosed area of the Sydney CBD to monitor anti-war protest activity until the war in Iraq is over. Protestors are outraged. Why is it that every time law authorities decide to monitor protest activity a little more closely than usual, the idiot protestors take it as though the evil government is trying to take away their right to free speech?

In my mind, it’s an incredibly logical move to monitor the anti-war crowd while the war takes place. Most anti-war protestors are loud, annoying, but peaceful. I can deal with that, as long as they don’t throw things at my car while I drive past, or interrupt my life in any other way. There are a select few, however, who declare themselves a moral authority above everybody else and resort to vandalism, irrationality and gross idiocy. It’s these idiots who almost deserve to have their free speech taken off them, because they’re letting themselves get a bit carried away with it.

Anyway, nobody has said that this extra monitoring is the work of some CIA-like agency in order to silence those who dissent from the government. The left is pretty paranoid about things like that.

Friday, March 14, 2003

I think I should work on updating this blog more often. Starting next week, I'll think about the idea of updating it slightly more often. Maybe.

Let it be known that all anti-war protestors are smelly and that all the cool people out there hate them.

This has apparently been flying around a San Diego radio station lately:

"The anti-war crowd sounds intelligent because they have arguments that you have to know a lot about in order to come to. ‘No Blood for Oil’ is one of them, so you think that they know about the oil situation with the middle east but if you talk to one of them you soon find out that they are just parroting what the rest of the group says, and they have no understanding of the oil world and how we get it.”

Too bad they're too stupid to realise that they're stupid.

Declaration of War

I am sick to death of anti-war protestors.out there. So I am officially declaring war on the anti-war bunch.

When you think about it, it makes perfect sense to declare war on these soft-palmed, limp-wristed, whinging, pacifist idiots. Really, what are they going to do? Fight back? It's a sure victory!

Thursday, March 06, 2003

A WORLD FIRST - presentable protestors! There was another pro-US, anti-French (mainly the latter) demonstration at the French embassy in Washington. Complete with pictures of non-stupid French people.

Links thanks to Glenn Reynolds of InstaPundit.com.

Monday, March 03, 2003

MORE INSULTS!!! If you haven't come across it yet, here's an insult generator that will provide you with minutes of entertainment! Bear in mind that the insult generator likes to use language that is ..... passionate...

Since I don't like Simon Crean, here is my psycho-analysis of him:
You pus-sucking pinko-commie-sympathising airheaded up-chuck inspiring butt-licking pecker!!!

See how colourful your insults can get!

TAKING A BREAK from warblogging, I found a page where you can find your inner insult. Here's what I got:

Take the test, by Emily.

Er..... I should have warned you before you saw the pic about the language, but it's too late for that now!