12/12/12 Open Forum

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  1. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    “Duckbum … Notice how haggard she looks in today’s ABC studio propaganda video?

    Good. I want the witch to suffer personally – health, mind, financially, the whole shooting match. I want her to suffer mightily. Mightily.

  2. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Stevie @ 3.57. How lucky you are that I am a busy woman and have only just come back in and spotted your sparkling riposte to me. I have had a fun afternoon. Thus I am moved by your general ineptness to be gentle with you at this stage by offering you a few corrective hints for your overall improvement.

    Firstly, you do give yourself away as an unattractive novice in the art of enjoying the natural frisson that exists between men and women. Flirting is mostly non-verbal, you fumbling L-plater. I barely said a word to my tradesmen, and certainly nothing that was not strictly about their legitimate work or a passing observation on the day. Flirting is NEVER harassment. No doubt in your sad and fevered imagination you think that Peter Slipper was ‘flirting’ in those dreadful texts he sent. He certainly seemed to believe he was doing so. Nothing could be further from the truth. Somewhat like you (there, I’m being nice by qualifying that for you), he seems to be a bumbling amateur with a creepy sexual attitude.

    Secondly, I’ll talk about whatever I like here and anywhere else, Stevie, without your censorious labelling, you poor excuse for a clapped-out woodwork teacher.

    Thirdly, I am petite, not short. Get it right.

  3. Mk50 of Brisbane

    So, to date we know that:

    - the computer models of the glowball warmy charlatans are wrong
    - all their predictions from the late 90s are wrong
    - they perverted the raw data to accord to their wrong models (Darwin Zero being the smoking gun proof of that scientific fraud)
    - there is a cabal of rent-seekers at CRU who know they lie and pervert data for monetary gain
    - the IPCC ‘cast of a zillion scientists’ is actually 24 linked persons all in on and profiting from the con
    - even the latest IPCC draft report now contains information (doubtless to be be excised from the final report) that AGW is horsesh*t
    - actual real-world measurements disprove all the AGW predictions: every single one of them, no troposphere hotspot, no warming ocean, no warming trend, and all of that despite increased CO2 levels

    And yet, the increasingly frantic AGW cultists screwm ever more shrilly that their cult is right, and keep that cash rolling in.

    It’s a con run by spivs for their personal profit

  4. jumpnmcar

    Parliamentary behaviour in the Ukraine.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmkvO_IwsZ0&feature=player_embedded

    Over the speaker position, I think.
    Translator please?

    ( I see no acts of misogyny )

  5. steve from brisbane

    I want her to suffer mightily. Mightily.

    You want to spit on her, as crossed Gab’s mind the other day?

    BTW: you’re a nut, harry.

  6. Mk50 of Brisbane

    Lizzie, I nearly took a meataxe to Sh*tfer regarding that boorish, ignorant and misogynist comment… then I thought ‘nope, Lizzie’s going to respond and that’s gonna be worth waiting for’.

    As it was, dear lady, as it was. Bravo!

    Watch out for the shredded bloody gobbets of sh*tfer dribbling down the walls, folks.

    Lizzie’s been… busy with her warhammer.

    I’ll go get the hose.

  7. Gab

    I wouldn’t waste the saliva, SFB.

  8. Rob

    Solar activity and its subsequent cosmic rays not only determine the earths climate they also influence cloud cover and jet streams. Therefore the suns activity correlates with el nino and la nina, as its cloud cover over the pacific ocean that dictates the sea temp.

    Since when did the sun have anything do with the temperature? That’s so 8 minutes ago.
    Everyone knows that carbon warms the planet, which is why the best way to stay warm is to get a power station to burn a chunk of carbon for you.

  9. Pickles

    Markl. No go till 2nd week Jan. somewhere around tennis time.

  10. jumpnmcar

    Lizzie
    Non-verbal flirting with tradies should be mandatory :)

    SfB said;
    L

    izze: the tradies thought it was harassment by a short woman who wouldn’t stop talking about herself.

    How the fuck would you know what a tradesman thinks?
    Did New Idea have an article on it ?
    Retard!

  11. Pickles

    I feel somehow responsible for the ridicule above. In a good way.

  12. Gab

    SFB, I hope you keep attempting to insult Lizzie. I quite enjoy her drubbing of you. It’s quite an art form really.

  13. steve from brisbane

    I suppose it’s a part of the Women Who Want to Be Women and Men Who Want to Support Them Catallaxy Collective who think non-verbal flirting with strangers in the house to do a job is all just a bit of fun.

    Sounds a bit creepy and unwise to me; but I suspect petite (always a danger sign, women who want to use that) Lizzie just hasn’t been the same since reading 200 Shades of Grey. (She’s read it 4 times.)

  14. jumpnmcar

    Sounds a bit creepy and unwise to me;

    Straight from the Mcternan playbook,” what we are, we will accuse our opponents of “

  15. Tom

    Sounds a bit creepy

    You do indeed, Dogshit.

  16. Elizbeth (Lizzie) B.

    Very droll, Stevie, very droll.

    All together now, let’s have a laugh.

    Fourthly Stevie, it takes two to make a flirtation. Me oh my, maybe they started it.

    Fifthly Stevie, go to Myers and look at ‘petite’ sizings. Nothing suspect there.

    You go on Stevie, and we’ll continue to enumertate for you.

  17. sdog

    Can I be permanently banned from this blog?

    My desire to come here … is something I fear I cannot overcome myself.

    steve from brisbane
    13 Dec 12 at 10:38 am

    A cry for help. Either that or his wife got hold of the keyboard. One of those.

  18. Mk50 of Brisbane

    Hey! The Sh*tfer gobbets are still gibbering, down there in the sewer. (I swear, they do look to be at home down there in all that filth.)

    This’ll be fun to watch.

    Pickles – damnit. Well, can’t be helped.

  19. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Very droll, Stevie, very droll.

    All together now, let’s have a laugh.

    Fourthly Stevie, it takes two to make a flirtation. Me oh my, maybe they started it.

    Fifthly Stevie, go to Myers and look at ‘petite’ sizings. Nothing suspect there.

    If you go on Stevie, I’ll continue to enumerate for you.

  20. johanna

    Lizzie, I am too old to flirt with young tradies, but find that a decent tea/coffee/softie during the job and a bottle of Coopers at the end goes a long way. Also, leave the poor buggers alone while they are trying to work.

    On another topic, is anyone else pissed off at all the free TV outlets that were given to existing players, especially ABC and SBS? I have just looked at tonight’s offerings, and once again it is clear that they are struggling to find anything other than the Test Pattern. Repeats, repeats, repeats.

    Surely there are people out there who, given a free-to-air channel, could source some new and interesting content, or even create their own?

    The ABC is the worst offender. Leaving aside (and it’s hard) the ideological bias, it has at least one surplus TV channel which someone else could do something with, in the sense that it simply reruns things shown on another ABC channel. SBS is not much better.

    A Coalition government should prise this spectrum from their dead hands and sell it – cheaply – to someone else.

  21. Mk50 of Brisbane

    it’s actually pitiful:

    non-verbal flirting with strangers … Sounds a bit creepy and unwise to me

    This is what normal people do all the time. it’s a standard human activity and one of the many that make life worth living.

    Only a degraded pervert would think otherwise.

    …oh, wait…

  22. Gab

    ooh, TV – thanks for the reminder, Johanna.

    Tonight on SBS we have When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions at 8,30pm.

  23. Pickles

    And the best way to invest in AG production is share farming. Find a good farmer who’s hamstrung by debt. Go him halves in next years crop. Or something like that.

  24. steve from brisbane

    Fourthly Stevie, it takes two to make a flirtation. Me oh my, maybe they started it.

    This’ll all end in tears one day, Lizzie.

    All it would take is for one bloke to ask “so, you’re husband’s not home for a while” and you’d be regretting it. But no, you’ll probably tell me you can fend off any man with a ballet kick to the groin, so some such guff.

  25. Gab

    This is fun, SFB. Keep yammering away.

  26. Septimus

    I am petite

    And no doubt, with nicely turned ankles enhanced by the wearing of the new pair of high heels.

    Not unlike Mrs Septimus herself, to be sure. :)

  27. sdog

    This’ll all end in tears one day, Lizzie.

    All it would take is for one bloke to ask “so, you’re husband’s not home for a while” and you’d be regretting it.

    Fuck me. He’s having rape fantasies about our Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    That’s just skeevy as hell.

  28. Gab

    I was thinking the same, Spot. What kind of mind goes from non-verbal flirtation to rape/murder in the same breath? Call the FBI, we need a profile on the unsub SFB.

  29. sdog

    All it would take is for one bloke to ask “so, you’re husband’s not home for a while” and you’d be regretting it. But no, you’ll probably tell me you can fend off any man with a ballet kick to the groin, so some such guff.

    By the way, this is why SfB’s opposed to women having the right to own and use guns in self-defence.

    Bastards like him need women to be easily-overpowered by brute force and are shit-scared of the idea of them being able to equalise things a bit.

    People like SfB are exactly why I’m pleased both of my sisters are CCW holders.

  30. candy

    Flirting can be a bit hazardous, to guys it’s a definite come on and they can be surprised when it’s not what was intended. vice versa too.

    i think Lizzie is talking about general friendliness and chatting? fellows can get confused tho and not read the right signal

  31. Tom

    I was thinking the same, Spot.

    X3.

  32. val majkus

    a very funny article
    http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/8781321/export-only-justice/
    It comes down to everyone wants to have their case heard by an English judge. And why? (a bit of cut and paste)
    “It is easy to understand why litigants come. Writing in 1940, George Orwell came as close as he ever could to praising the British establishment. ‘The hanging judge,’ he said, ‘that evil old man in scarlet robe and horse-hair wig, whom nothing short of dynamite will ever teach what century he is living in, but who will at any rate interpret the law according to the books and will in no circumstances take a money bribe is one of the symbolic figures of England.’

    So he remains. The average English judge has no instinctive understanding of the importance of freedom of speech, or of rights to protest and rights of association. Since he has had the power to enforce the European Convention on Human Rights, the only right he has enforced with vigour is the right of celebrities to keep their private lives out of the newspapers. Yet for all his double standards and blind spots, the notion that he might take a bribe or obey an unlawful command from a politician is as hard to credit now as in Orwell’s day — for the time being at any rate.

    You cannot say the same of judges in Moscow, New Delhi or Beijing, and businesses all over the world know it. One of the most revealing cases of recent years was an action brought by the Russian bank VTB Capital. An English High Court judge said VTB had to pursue its case in Russia. The bank went to the Court of Appeal. It too said VTB had to go to Russia. The distraught bankers appealed again to the Supreme Court, a step that would have occasioned less comment had not VTB been a state-owned Russian bank. Even the Russian state does not trust the Russian courts, and prefers to resolve its disputes here.”
    Lawyers are earning so much in such cases they have no time for English litigants; and some of its corporate lawyers have never a human being.
    check it out – it’s well worth reading and will give you a laugh-

  33. steve from brisbane

    Gab goes for the 6 spoons of hyperbowl yet again.

    My example was that it would only take a tradesbloke to even indicate that he had misread the situation for Lizzie to regret the “non verbal flirting”.

    But, I suppose, this all depends on what “non verbal flirting” means.

    Could mean anything, really. But the talk of high heals involved (and, it happening at home) – just sounds the type of flirting that is unwise to me.

  34. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    it’s a standard human activity and one of the many that make life worth living.

    Absolutely, MK.

    Although not so that it interferes with ‘getting on with work’ or important male bonding, like the football or in the army etc.

    Some of these old guys never think they are too old Johanna and nor are they (you should have seen my gardener, 55 years old and with a beer belly and deep vein thromboses he was proud of), so in the interest of gender equity make sure you give ‘em your best smile when you serve the those drinks. :)

    Anyway, let’s draw a line under flirting now. Moving on ….

  35. sdog

    You claim to have a wife and kids, SfB, and it’s past work/school hours so I assume they’re home with you now. Do they fucking know your all-day-every-day trolling has progressed to this point?

  36. steve from brisbane

    Relax, sdog. Pet one of your guns to calm yourself down.

  37. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Stevie, do dry up.

    Most men are not animals, they’re just nice enough people. It’s people with minds like yours who are problematic.

  38. Alice

    Sdog says

    “Either that or his wife got hold of the keyboard. One of those.”

    ROFL – that wasnt bad.

  39. Gab

    SFB if a bloke wants to attack a female it really is not dependent upon whether she flirted with him or not.

    You’re basically saying a women who flirts and gets raped has brought it on herself. The Slutwalkers are going to have your gonads for garters.

  40. Alice

    Candy you are spot on here,

    “i think Lizzie is talking about general friendliness and chatting? fellows can get confused tho and not read the right signal’

    I think that can be the case fairly commonly. It doesnt happen so much to me anymore LOL (thats being older for you) but it used to!! ie wrong signals or wrong reception (I was never sure which one it was!)!!

    Thats life. Fortunately I dont have so many problems with that these days! I dont have to often, if ever, send males with the wrong idea packing now!

  41. steve from brisbane

    Oh that’s hilarious. Gab suddenly wants to join the slutwalkers.

  42. Gab

    You’re very strange, SFB. I said the Slutwalkers would be after you.

  43. jumpnmcar

    Gab suddenly wants to join the slutwalkers.

    How the fuck did your brain compute that ?
    WOW!!

  44. Alice

    Yes jumpncar exactly. How did he compute that unless there was faulty wiring somewhere.

  45. Tom

    I’m thinking: it’s actually a derro with a laptop drinking sherry under a bridge on the Brisbane River.

  46. Pickles

    Lizzie. The tomatoes were Dilicious. As was the wink.

  47. steve from brisbane

    Anyway, time to move on, as Lizzie the flirter says.

    By the way, I would not be addressing the topic at all if were not for Lizzie’s out of the blue introduction of the topic of the fun of “non verbal flirting” with tradesmen. I made a joke about it at first (yes, at Lizzie’s expense), Lizzie then escalated it to a full blown self justification, and so on.

  48. C.L.

    Steve is right.

    Look where a bit of innocent flirting with a tradesman got Julia Gillard.

    Lumbered with the Leftist Woman of The Year.

  49. johanna

    Lizzie, I am far from repulsive, but don’t kid myself that a hot 25 year old tradie is going to be dreaming about me (unless he has mommy issues – eeeeuw!)

    That said, assuming both parties are hetero, a bit of flirting is possible at any age. And, I play up to my gay tradies as well, in a different way. It’s just harmless oiling of the wheels of social intercourse, if I may use the term.

    Oh, and sfb, you are a creep. Been meaning to say that for a while.

  50. Gab

    By the way, I would not be addressing the topic at all if were not for Lizzie’s out of the blue introduction of the topic of the fun of “non verbal flirting” with tradesmen.

    See, Lizzie? This is all your fault! You made SFB respond to your comment. You held a gun to his head and forced him to comment.

    Lefties- it’s always always someone else’s fault. Never theirs. Their locus of control is forever tuned to external.

  51. steve from brisbane

    I take heart from the qualified support of candy.

    It’s candy and I against the world. Is there a song with a title like that?

  52. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Candy, I am a bit of an expert at picking out and freezing off the unwanted attention. Yes, in referring to ‘flirting’ I am talking about general friendliness and spark. I know what you mean though, and for young girls a level of parental protection and guidance is a good idea. It is all part of growing up and the great panorama and pageant of life.

    I had to learn the hard way, but a lesson hard learned is never forgotten.

    But neither I nor any other woman in western society needs a brother and a burka for ‘protection’ against predatory males. We have western civilisation as our protection. Treasure it and fight for it.

  53. steve from brisbane

    Lefties- it’s always always someone else’s fault. Never theirs.

    Heh. And yet Gab never says a word against CL’s view that Julia Gillard has personally killed every drowned asylum seeker by shepherding them onto the fateful boat.

    All for personal responsibility is Gab, until it’s her brainiac half brother talking.

  54. Huckleberry Chunkwot

    Several months ago I made the proposition that SfB showed all of the hallmarks of being a sexual predator.
    This comment was taken as just a bit of shit stirring, but I was serious.
    This bloke shows signs of genuine depravity, and I ask once again, Steve- how is that Working with Children Check going?
    I don’t believe that you would be eligible because there is no way that a perverted fuck like you has not been brought to the attention of plod.
    You truly are a sick bastard and Sinc was right to ban you.

  55. Gab

    It is her fault – they’re induced her by her policies. By dismantling policies thatb worked for 11 years or so. This is common knowledge now.

  56. candy

    “But neither I nor any other woman in western society needs a brother and a burka for ‘protection’ against predatory males

    true. when I said “hazardous” I meant from the point of view of causing hurt feelings to another by “leading” them on and perhaps giving false expectations.

    the rape thing is a whole different question.

  57. C.L.

    Lefties- it’s always always someone else’s fault. Never theirs.

    Heh. And yet Gab never says a word against CL’s view that Julia Gillard has personally killed every drowned asylum seeker by shepherding them onto the fateful boat.

    The first comment (italicised) is Gab’s. Steve then ‘rebuts’ the observation with further proof that Gab is right. To wit, by absolving Julia Gillard of responsibility for the deaths of 1000+ people. Foot, say hello to shotgun.

  58. steve from brisbane

    Do calm down Chunkwart. There’s a good, deluded, chap.

  59. C.L.

    Gerard Baden-Clay denied bail.

    Defence team to argue she committed suicide?

    Wow.

  60. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Hey, and it wasn’t exactly ‘out of the blue’. SfB jumps onto any political comment with a vaguely sexy hint (e.g. in this case, my admiration for Tony Abbott’s photos in Afghanistan).

    Pickles, of course, is deeply enmeshed too. :)

    Da tomatoes are good this season, Pickles.

    Now, I have fed and bathed and kissed the bumps on a very boisterous three year-old (not one of mine btw) during this fracas, so I am having a well-deserved glass of red and then will minister to the chief occupant of this zoo, who once more is rattling the hungry bars.

    Blue-eyed cod tonight. Easy peasy.

  61. Gab

    You’ll have argue with someone else, SFB. I’m watching the NASA Apollo series on SBS now.

  62. steve from brisbane

    The stupidity: it hurts.

    CL, you are all for people making their own decisions and living with the consequences when it comes to gambling, drinking, drugs, diet, playing dangerous sports, and having sex, to take a few examples.

    Asylum seekers do ultimately make their own decision about making the trip.

    To say that Gillard has “killed” 1000 of them, as you routinely do, is a farcical rebuttal of the rest of your moral philosophy.

    You can’t hide that.

  63. John Mc

    ShitFer, considering that people weren’t getting on boats to get here before KRudd, it’s pretty clear that something changed. Could it have possibly been the message given out by the government?

  64. Huckleberry Chunkwot

    Don’t tell me to calm down you creepy, lying depraved fuck.
    Don’t you have a “wife & family” to attend to Steve? More lies.
    Tell us mate, what is the sound of one hand typing?

  65. jumpnmcar

    Sfb, nah, forget that loon.
    If I invited you to a game of Russian roulette with a big prize, and you died. Who is to blame for the death?
    I think it’s both you and I in equal measure.

  66. C.L.

    CL, you are all for people making their own decisions and living with the consequences …

    Right. Gillard must live with the consequences of deliberately instigating a policy that was predicted to cost lives and did, indeed, cost 1000+ (and counting). She did this because she hates John Howard and couldn’t admit that he was right. She still refuses to apologise.

  67. blogstrop

    Good grief! We’re right back to where we were before Sinc got temporarily even smarter than usual and banned SfB. Enjoy.

  68. Mk50 of Brisbane

    Huckleberry – this guy’s been problematic from the start as the pattern is the same. Anything with the slightest sexual innuenado (even a perfectly harmless passing comment about the sort of mild flirting that goes on every day – switches sh*tfer into pervert mode.

    It appears all the time.

    it’s increasingly obvious that he’s a twisted little deve.

  69. jumpnmcar

    Hey blogstrop, how’s thing?
    On the topic of young motorists I’ve held the view, for a long time, that at age 16 all youth should do 12 months on a motorbike to instil a sense of concentration and vulnerability.
    Your thoughts ….

  70. Pickles

    Lets talk about share farming.

  71. Gab

    Well, that was enjoyable. Even though released in 2008, I’d never seen the documentary When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions. It a series, beginning with the Mercury missions and next week it’s Project Gemini and so on.

    I’m such a nerd.

  72. C.L.

    Wacko imbecile Harry “Tally Me Banana” Belafonte has advice for Barack Soetoro:

    Imprison Opposition “Like a Third World Dictator” (Video).

  73. C.L.

    Troubled drunk, Nancy Pelosi:

    This Fiscal Cliff Stuff Is Getting Boring.

    “Is there a dove going to fly in with a message tied to his wing?”

  74. Gab

    What’s Joe Biden doing these days? Never hear about him anymore – have they locked him away in a cupboard somewhere?

  75. Tal

    Nancy has had another bad batch of botox Lad,the last time she was seeing dead people

  76. John Mc

    What’s Joe Biden doing these days? Never hear about him anymore – have they locked him away in a cupboard somewhere

    I suspect he’s walking around a Walmart somewhere in a moment of senility, babbling incoherently while his minders desperately look for him.

  77. Rabz

    What’s Joe Biden doing these days?

    Rehearsing for his next star turn on BLR

  78. sdfc

    Steve’s right, the refos made a choice to attempt the crossing. The Government is in no way culpable for their actions.

  79. Huckleberry – this guy’s been problematic from the start

    Your status as a pompous, hypocritical asshat of the highest order who all sensible people would run away from if they heard you pontificating in a bar about your status as an imperialist has been rather problematic for me from the start.

  80. Tom

    Just like the the Labor thieves’ decision to borrow $250 billion had nothing to do with overvaluation of the AUD by 30% which is destroying Australian manufacturing. How long do you think the pillaging of the country by policy vandals can go on, sdfc, you adolescent clown?

  81. sdfc

    The Aussie is valued highly because the economy is doing better than those economies where the cash rate is near zero.

  82. Tom

    this guy’s been problematic from the start

    You are a creep, Dogshit. You have no redeeming features. You are a waste of food. Fuck off and leave this blog alone.

  83. That’s a pity Tom. I’ve got my high heels on for you. Does that make a difference?

  84. Tom

    The AUD has been driven through the roof by foreign investors buying government debt.

  85. sdfc

    Central banks have been buying CGS because it is a high yielding AAA asset.

    It’s high yielding because our economy is doing relatively better tban the near zero cash rate economies.

  86. papachango

    Wacko imbecile Harry “Tally Me Banana” Belafonte

    Didn’t know he was a kooky far leftist, but there you go. How does he reconcile the leftist cultural relativism with singing about people of colour and bananas?

    Or leaving a ‘little girl’ in Kingston Town? That’s either vastly condescending towards adult Jamaican women, or crypto-paedophilic…

  87. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    I’m such a nerd.

    Just like da Hairy Ape, Gab. He was engrossed in that show all through dinner. My friend staying here this week with her little one was subjected to an across the room TV festival while she ate with us after returning home earlier than expected.

    I wonder if she would like to watch a DVD of the Ballet Russe with me.

    Ha ha. Only DVD that works is in this room where he is settled in now.

    Tit for tat, I say.

  88. Lazlo

    I’m such a nerd.

    Yes, it was great – re-living moments like Sputnik, the many failed US rockets, Gargarin, Shepherd, and then Grissom.

    Gus seemed to wear the bad luck for all the crew, from the near disastrous landing – did he ‘screw the pooch’? – to his untimely death.

  89. twostix

    This’ll all end in tears one day, Lizzie.

    All it would take is for one bloke to ask “so, you’re husband’s not home for a while” and you’d be regretting it. But no, you’ll probably tell me you can fend off any man with a ballet kick to the groin, so some such guff.

    I do believe tonights effort has been a plan of steve’s. He’s trying to get himself banned. I don’t think that comment yesterday morning asking to be banned was a joke but was literally a cry for help.

    Steve is ill and we’re all mean to him.

    I feel bad for you now steve.

  90. 2dogs

    sdfc, you are right when you say CGS are a very attractive asset, which prompts so many of them to be bought from overseas.

    Tom’s point is that there shouldn’t be so many of them available. This is because when those overseas purchasers buy them, it forces up the AUD.

  91. sdog

    That’s a pity Tom. I’ve got my high heels on for you. Does that make a difference?

    Next he’s going to ask you to turn on your webcam and pee with the bathroom door open, Tom. While his purported wife and his purported children are… well where are they this or any other given evening, SfB, and what do they imagine you’re doing on your computer all day and all night? Seriously, what do you tell them about his pathological “hobby” of yours?

    Skeevy. As. Hell.

  92. I feel bad for you now steve.

    Good. Good. Now just send money for my therapy, will you?

    (Works here for the IPA, apparently.)

  93. sdfc

    There isn’t much CGS available.

  94. H B Bear

    Mr Gai Brodtmann has just run the Slapper’s interview on 7.30 Report ….

    Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott… Mr Abbott…

    If you squinted you would have thought it was Andrew Bolt or something. The woman is passing through the final stages of madness. Even the ALPBC were struggling to put any gloss on it.

  95. sdog

    If he starts texting anyone, keep logs.

  96. twostix

    Well, that was enjoyable. Even though released in 2008, I’d never seen the documentary When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions. It a series, beginning with the Mercury missions and next week it’s Project Gemini and so on.

    I’m such a nerd.

    It was good wasn’t it Gab?

    I was flicking between it and “Carrier” which is about life on an aircraft carrier. Then on came some show about the logistics of war which was also interesting.

    Then I flicked past ABC24 and copped the most embarrassing, childish “take” on the US fiscal cliff I’ve ever heard.

    How bad was it? They ran some random democrat congressmans campaign ad as “support” for the narrative that it’s all the “childish”, evil republicans fault who are desperately trying to raise taxes on the middle class to cut taxes for the “top 2%”.

    It was more partisan than anything I’ve seen even on nutty leftist sites on the internet.

  97. Lazlo

    I sympathise Tom. But we are dealing here with a weirdo who types with one hand while pleasuring himself about how many people here despise him. He has orgasms when he provokes reactions.

    He also like to pompously reproduce tracts from greenslime web sites about CAGW, while not having any idea about science.

    In the post Richmond Report world, he is ‘in the care of the community’. So treat him as you would the village idiot in olden days.

  98. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Da Hairy One has trundled off to bed grunting, and we are left in peace to do some girl talk.

    Somehow I missed that quote of Stevie’s giving me his good advice.

    Glad I missed it.

  99. Rabz

    Now just send money for my therapy, will you?

    The woman is passing through the final stages of madness.

    FFS, now that they’re mad, please destroy them, God!

    You know it makes sense…

  100. SteveC

    Great to see you back Steve from brisbane. Gab’s been a bit lost without you. She needs someone to ignore, like this:

    I wouldn’t waste the saliva, SFB. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 6:41 pm

    SFB, I hope you keep attempting to insult Lizzie. I quite enjoy her drubbing of you. It’s quite an art form really.Gab 14 Dec 12 at 7:03 pm

    SFB is just not into fun He tried it once Gab 14 Dec 12 at 7:23 pm

    This is fun, SFB. Keep yammering away. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 7:33 pm

    I was thinking the same, Spot. What kind of mind goes from non-verbal flirtation to rape/murder in the same breath? Call the FBI, we need a profile on the unsub SFB. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 7:38 pm

    SFB if a bloke wants to attack a female it really is not dependent upon whether she flirted with him or not. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 7:50 pm

    You’re very strange, SFB. I said the Slutwalkers would be after you. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 7:58 pm

    See, Lizzie? This is all your fault! You made SFB respond to your comment. You held a gun to his head and forced him to comment. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 8:14 pm

    You’ll have argue with someone else, SFB. I’m watching the NASA Apollo series on SBS now. Gab 14 Dec 12 at 8:30 pm

  101. Total Commonwealth Government Securities on Issue – $260,786m, consisting of:
    Treasury Bonds – $223,148m
    Treasury Indexed Bonds – $17,119m
    Treasury Notes – $20,500m
    Other Securities – $19m
    As at 14 December 2012
    Updated weekly
    Face value amounts rounded to the nearest million.
    Securities on issue subject to the limit under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911 total $256,199 million.
    FMD.

  102. sdog

    This’ll all end in tears one day, Lizzie.

    All it would take is for one bloke to ask “so, you’re husband’s not home for a while” and you’d be regretting it.

    “AND YOU’D TOTES DESERVE IT, YOU YOU YOU FLIRTER YOU” he pants, while his wife and children look on in increasing concern.

  103. Are you in Australia at the moment sdawg? I sense an absence from the comforting presence of guns is unsettling your mind.

  104. twostix

    Good. Good. Now just send money for my therapy, will you?

    I won’t enable you any longer Steve. I argued that you shouldn’t have been banned but now I see that for your own good it must be.

    I’m actually serious, I notice that you often try and stay away but always come back on a binge after about two days. Perhaps because of your self loathing you then post nasty things towards lizzie and gab for a few hours after you cave in to your addiction.

    You need some balance in your life and you need to purge this place from your mind. Only a good old fashioned two month banning will allow you to do that.

  105. johanna

    OK, things are quiet (except for gollum – ugh).

    Elephant in the room – Christmas. Views?

  106. Tiny Dancer

    This blog was so much better when that oxygen stealing, bread thieving fuckwit SfB was banned. Now another contender emerges to challenge him

  107. nilk

    Over it on the secular front, Johanna. :)

    On the religious side of things, it’s my second fave season after Easter.

  108. twostix

    Isn’t it a little weird that all of a sudden SteveC who disappeared at exactly the same time that SfB did, has now returned…at the same time that SfB did?

    And coincidentally his first post “helps” SfB attack Gab?

    I’d say something about SteveC being a sock puppet but I’m afraid SfB would make a sexual “joke” about puppets.

  109. Lazlo

    Hey shitfer! I assume you are quite OK with ABC News lying about warming in Casey, Antarctica this evening?

    Temperature records (data, that is) show no such warming.

    But all OK for ‘the cause’ eh?

  110. You’re late to the party, twostix. I had the same theory about Gab and CL about 3 or 4 years ago. Now I just settle for the lost twin theory; CL’s parents sold her for a sack of potatoes in Ireland after their house was razed to the ground by Winston Churchill. It would explain a lot…

  111. Gab

    Awww, SteveC’s jealous I don’t pay him any attention. And look, he went to all that trouble to gather my gems twinkling throughout the thread. Ain’t that sweet? That’s just dedication for you and deserves a nod in acknowledgment. There ya go SteveC, feeling better now?

  112. Infidel Tiger

    I can’t be bothered reading the whole of this thread. Shall I just assume that Steve has disgraced himself more than a Amish boy on Rumspringa and been beaten harder than a Persian Rug on dusting day?

  113. johanna

    Being what the current social constructs call an ‘introvert’, I have never enjoyed those ghastly family get-togethers, where people who sensibly avoid each other for the rest of the year are forced together.

    The work ones were more fun, because you could just stand back and watch all kinds of weird and revealing behaviour. I recall an incident between a couple of intoxicated people on the front steps of our building, afterwards known as the ‘Stairway to Heaven”.

  114. No, not exactly, IT. I’ve been deemed a pervert for noting that a Woman Who Understands Women Who Want to Be Women who says she told her husband that she flirted with the tradesman while in her high heals the other day might not be taking the most sensible approach towards ass crack exposing strangers of the male persuasion under her roof.

    But it turned out to all be a misunderstanding – she meant that she said “ta Luv” and smiled sweetly, and that was it. Or something.

  115. Lazlo

    C’mon shitfer! You know the whole CAGW scam is falling apart. I know it still appeals to rent seekers and those who cannot think for themselves, but sensible people have seen through it.

  116. John Mc

    and been beaten harder than a Persian Rug on dusting day?

    ……like being beaten harder than a ginger-haired stepchild?!

  117. C.L.

    Steve’s right, the refos made a choice to attempt the crossing. The Government is in no way culpable for their actions.

    And those pink batts reduced house fires and cut the industry death rate.

    Thanks, Labor!

  118. Lazlo

    Shitfer is ignoring me. Step 1..

  119. Infidel Tiger

    Do you often try and rape tradespeople or the Avon Lady, Steve? I’m not sure of your point. Flirting is a natural part of normal peoples day to day life.

    I’m flirting with you right now.

  120. John Mc

    Just as well you don’t know what he looks like; that could spoil the mood.

  121. Poor Old Rafe

    Outrage in Pakistan over the deployment of Hilary Clinton.

  122. Lazlo, I have not read the news and I’m sure it can wait.

    Seems an intense cyclone has devastated Samoa, I heard on the radio. Seems a bit early in the season, no?

  123. Infidel Tiger

    Seems an intense cyclone has devastated Samoa

    You must be tumescent with joy.

  124. Lazlo

    Found the temperature data from Casey to disprove that ABC News lied this evening about CAGW shitfer?

    Didn’t think so…

  125. John Mc

    Don’t know, do have some data that suggests it is?

  126. johanna

    Fail to understand why people here keep feeding the troll. Perhaps they have a symbiotic relationship with it that they should examine.

  127. Lazlo

    Seems an intense cyclone has devastated Samoa, I heard on the radio. Seems a bit early in the season, no?

    Oh dear, let’s burn a witch. What an idiot.

    You have no scientific training at all do you shitfer?

  128. Infidel Tiger

    Fail to understand why people here keep feeding the troll

    I do it for very selfish reasons. I’m hoping he’ll once again have a nervous breakdown and shit himself. The last time this happened to Steve was hilarious and I’m looking to get high again.

  129. Gab

    Seems a bit early in the season, no?

    Don’t know, SFB. Why don’t you go over the 85 recorded cyclones that have hit Samoa since 1831 and get back to us?

  130. nilk

    Oh look, first world problems being used to guilt first worlders into donating money to third worlders.

    While I have no objections to donating to worthy causes, rather than celebrating that our lives are so secure and we have so many awesome innovations, we are expected to feel bad and hand over the moola.

  131. Lazlo

    Fail to understand why people here keep feeding the troll. Perhaps they have a symbiotic relationship with it that they should examine.

    Have advocated precisely this before. It’s a tragedy of the commons.

  132. John Mc

    johanna, I think ‘symbiotic’ is a little too sophisticated for this relationship. It’s more of a one-sided, completely destructive relationship where the superior actors degrade the weaker one simply for their own gratification, and due to his inadequacies the weaker one refuses to leave.

    The difference about this situation is that not even the most solicitous observer you could find would feel any sympathy.

  133. Mk50 of Brisbane

    Sh*tfer:

    You … (lots of hysterical tripe excised) [have] been rather problematic for me from the start.

    Thank God. (phew. wipes brow)

    Imagine how hideous it would be for me if a loathesome twisted perverted thing like that liked me.

    I dodged an bucket of filth there!

  134. John Mc

    In fact, I suspect Mother Theresa would join in.

  135. Lazlo

    There’s a PhD for the asking John Mc

  136. Mk50 of Brisbane

    johanna, remember the bear hunter joke?

    SfB doesn’t come here for the hunting. He comes here to be humiliated. He likes that a lot.

  137. That’s interesting. IT used “tumescent”, which doesn’t get much of a run outside of novels these days, but I see that dictionary.com gives it 3 definitions:

    1.swelling; slightly tumid.
    2.exhibiting or affected with many ideas or emotions; teeming.
    3.pompous and pretentious, especially in the use of language; bombastic.

    Using number 3, I can safely say that Mk50 is the most tumescent participant on this blog.

  138. brc

    Lazlo, I have not read the news and I’m sure it can wait.

    Seems an intense cyclone has devastated Samoa, I heard on the radio. Seems a bit early in the season, no?

    What, like Tracy in 1974 which hit in December?

    You’ve got major problems. You enjoy being hated and enjoy people suffering for your stupid religion. And you have a very unhealthy attitude towards women.

  139. Rabz

    I can safely say that Mk50 is the most tumescent participant on this blog.

    Having excused your not so good self, of course…

  140. I’m not entirely sure if No 2 can be used in a complimentary way, but if so, I will say that there is a certain tumescence always evident at my eclectic blog, I think….

  141. This multiple meaning would have been handy for Peter Slipper to know. “James, I’m feeling a certain unwanted tumescence tonight. Will you have a drink with me and help me deal with it?”

  142. sdog

    I can safely say that Mk50 is the most tumescent participant on this blog.

    Awesome. So now you’re gonna demand that Mk50 leave the toilet door open for you as well?

    Geez mate, you give homos a bad name. They’re not all sluts you know.

  143. Well that’s it from me tonight. Thank you. Thank you. You’ve been a great crowd.

  144. johanna

    Saw a story today about a guy and his wife being seriously injured while changing a tyre in the pull-over zone on the freeway. Another story not long ago about someone being killed in similar circumstances. How does this happen? Are people driving on a freeway blind?

  145. kae

    Gab
    2:36 pm

    They missed the one of her falling flat on her face.

    Or should that be ones?

  146. Gab

    Kae, you mean gillard fell over when visiting the troops?

  147. kae

    Rabz

    The deceased deserves a Darwin Award.

    Nope, he was a father of three. He’s not eligible for a Darwin.

  148. DaveF

    I promised I’d be back after dinner SfB

  149. DaveF

    Sorry SfB I’d love to co0ntinue discussing this with you but I have to duck out for dinner.

    I’ll be back later if you want to be a nightowl.

    DaveF
    14 Dec 12 at 5:46 pm

    I’m afraid it was a bit later than expected.

  150. kae

    Hi Gab
    The only photo missing is the obligatory “Gillard throws a shoe and falls flat on her face” one.

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