Wednesday Forum: April 9, 2014

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  1. Leigh Lowe

    Is the rain pithing down, yet?

    Catth and dogth, mate.

  2. brc

    I really have had it with reporters standing in the rain, telling everyone to get off the street. Well, get inside yourself, dumbass.

  3. Leigh Lowe

    Thankth heapth, Trathey.

  4. calli

    Thaths thyclone Trathey, whipper thnapper!

  5. Leigh Lowe

    When the thentre of the thyclone patheth over it will become very thtill. But don’t go outthide. The wind will thoon thtart blowing from the oppothite direction and jutht ath thtrong!

  6. Delta A

    Stop thith, you thillieth!

  7. Mk50 of Brisbane, Henchman to the VRWC

    Looks suspiciously at the port bottle.

    Shakes it gently.

    ‘I have not had that much. Yet me eyes have gorn all funny. It’s almost like everyone’s…. lisping?’

    Checks shelf.

    ‘Nope. Have not opened the bottle of Mekong by mistake.’

    Wanders off, muttering darkly.

  8. Leigh Lowe

    My I-pad thpell check hath got thmoke coming out the thide.

  9. Tracey

    Thounth like itth changing courth now. Thupid thyclone.

  10. Leigh Lowe

    I can’t thtop thith.
    It ith a thpeech defect which meanth I can’t thay the letter eth properly.

  11. Delta A

    That ith… thtop thith…oh, never mind.

  12. Tracey

    My iPad ith thruggling altho.

  13. kae

    Wasn’t Bill O’Chee the one with a downs child who left his wife and kids and didn’t pay any maintenance?

  14. kae

    Yeth, Delta A.

    Thith thillinethth hath to thtop!

    Thith ith theriouth, it’th a thyclone, y’know!

  15. Delta A

    Thath’th what I’ve been trying to thay, Kae. Let’th have some thenth now everyone.

  16. Delta A

    Thome! Let methelf down again.

  17. Leigh Lowe

    Thith thillinethth hath to thtop!

    Thith ith theriouth, it’th a thyclone, y’know!

    Well!
    Thath eathy for you to thay!

  18. Fleeced

    Don’t you hate it when you’re not only sure whether you’ve already read a book you’re interested in, but have a vague feeling you might have it somewhere on a bookshelf?

    I suppose I could download the first chapter as sample…

  19. Leigh Lowe

    Thyclone lookth like it might have croth the coatht at Cape Flattery.
    Doethn’t look to be thuper heavy rain.

  20. Leigh Lowe

    Watching Richmond versus Collingwood.
    It’s like a cage match between Gillard and Rudd.
    You don’t care who wins just as long as the belt the living suitcase out of each other.

  21. Tracey

    I love youth! I love youth all!!

  22. kae

    I don’t think the piththing down rain ith an iththue, it’th more the high tideth that they’re contherned with.

    :p

  23. kae

    No i-thpell check on thith laptop!

  24. kae

    Trathey, he never thaid that!

  25. WhaleHunt Fun

    Now if only we had cyclones every day on the west coast, the lowlife scum would have ended up in PNG without our help.

  26. twostix

    It turns out that Kirsten Dunst isn’t just a pretty faced hollywood leftist coward:

    I feel like the feminine has been a little undervalued… We all have to get our own jobs and make our own money, but staying at home, nurturing, being the mother, cooking – it’s a valuable thing my mom created. And sometimes, you need your knight in shining armor. I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work.”

    And what does she get for airing this – even today – completely mainstream view?

    Total War.

    Feminists Attack Kirsten Dunst Over Her Gender Preference
    Kirsten Dunst Sparks Controversy with Gender Comments
    Kirsten Dunst angers with gender role comments
    Feminists unite—against Kirsten Dunst?
    Kirsten Dunst Criticized for Views on Gender Roles

    We are living in a bolshevik nightmare and the marxist left have completely and utterly taken over the culture.

  27. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    have a vague feeling you might have it somewhere

    Fallen for that one. “Ummmm – that looks interesting” and then you realise that you do have it on the shelf.

  28. WhaleHunt Fun

    That the mentally sick exist is not the problem.
    That they are not treated and made well is the problem.
    We need to stop spending on the climate and NBN wet-dreams and start spending on restraints to hold down the left for electroshock therapy.
    God in heaven, their bloody carbon tax makes even the electricity needed to cure them expensive.

  29. calli

    That’s nothing to apologize for, but it also explains some of the pushback to Dunst’s relationship solutions – men being men and women being women, whatever that means.

    Perhaps the writer needs some basic lessons in biology, the poor confused poppet.

  30. Nic

    Feminists Attack Kirsten Dunst Over Her Gender Preference

    Remember hen a woman’s choice was something we should respect at all costs ?

  31. twostix

    men being men and women being women, whatever that means.

    Like I say.

    Bolshevik nightmare. This is the same sort of mad shit they used to go on with.

  32. kae

    *BREAKING NEWS*
    At 9:30pm 11/4/14 SEVERE Tropical Cyclone Ita Category 4 has made landfall near Cape Flattery North Queensland with recorded DESTRUCTIVE wind gusts to 159km hr.
    A pressure reading of 961 hpa has also been recorded along with storm surge of approximately 0.5m has been recorded at Cooktown.

  33. Tom

    We are living in a bolshevik nightmare and the marxist left have completely and utterly taken over the culture.

    No, they haven’t. The other 98% of the population are realising the the left is now so embarrassingly mentally ill they must be kept out of harm’s way. Americans are also realising the media no longer reports on the world as they find it, but is ramming a deranged, diseased version of it down people’s throats. The left is detonating the blinding mushroom cloud that ends its cultural dominance. The masses are backing away slowly. It’s almost over.

  34. Leigh Lowe

    I am thure that Queenthlanderth will be jutht thooo thtoic in a crithith.

  35. calli

    The comments on those pieces would support what you say, Tom. The feminist from Jezebel gets a particularly luscious serve.

  36. JC

    Stix

    It’s just a bunch of ugly feminist dykes attacking her, that’s all.

  37. Leigh Lowe

    At 9:30pm 11/4/14 SEVERE Tropical Cyclone Ita Category 4 has made landfall near Cape Flattery North Queensland with recorded DESTRUCTIVE wind gusts to 159km hr.

    Greenies are going to be so pissed off that they haven’t got their Cat 5 super storm to hang their climate change hat on.

  38. Gab

    The feminazis and their handbag beta males do not allow a woman choice unless that “choice” is aligned to what the feminazis decree. They are the extremist minority.

  39. calli

    Whatever happens in FNQ, it will be Abbott’s fault. A broken window and a roof leak will be enough to have the banshees baying.

  40. C.L.

    We are living in a bolshevik nightmare and the marxist left have completely and utterly taken over the culture.

    They’ve taken over the noise-making, not the culture.

    But that can be enough if – IF – they add to their noise successful proposals to silence.

    Which they do and which they have.

  41. twostix

    The left is detonating the blinding mushroom cloud that ends its cultural dominance. The masses are backing away slowly. It’s almost over.

    Are you sure? Perhaps it’s darkest before the dawn but the political left in America, and I mean the real nutjob political left who just tenyears ago were confined to the fringes of academia seem to be overtly weilding power with impunity and without any push back at all. The MSM certainly as demonstrated by the headlines above are deeply sympathetic to their madness. In fact I get the feeling the nutjob left can’t quite believe their success and how easy it all is at the moment. Like CL says: It’s like the left woke up one morning and said “let’s see what can get away with”. And so far it’s been absolutely everything.

  42. JC

    Oh and I forgot, as Gab mentioned, their pathetic beta male hangers on, who pound for pound are far worse than the ugly feminist dykes they cling to.

  43. C.L.

    Why didn’t the carbon dioxide tax stop the cyclone?

    That’s what Labor promised.

  44. Leigh Lowe

    Why didn’t the carbon dioxide tax stop the cyclone?

    Cooktown is behind in it’s CT instalments.

  45. Tom

    Bronco Bummer is now in the Lying Slapper phase of terminal decline: trying to salt the earth and lay landmines for the next administration. He’s already forgotten by the left, who are now looking for the next ADHD fashion to follow. Faded chocolate “black” Chicago Democrats are so 2008.

  46. twostix

    It’s just a bunch of ugly feminist dykes attacking her, that’s all.

    But the mainstream media air their views with a deep sympathy and for a person like Dunst the media opinion of her is everything. So if she’s silenced or forced into backdown that signals to “normal” women that those views are unfashionable out of bounds now. And if you disagree look at what will happen – even to pretty faced and popular Kirsten Dunst.

    I think people underestimate the power of the media.

  47. Gab

    the left, who are now looking for the next ADHD fashion to follow.

    lol that really describes them rather well, the spoilt brats that they are.

  48. Tracey

    Hillary will run and I fear she’ll win. Is there any hope that she won’t be just as useless/malevolent as The Kenyan?

  49. C.L.

    Please God they find the little girl in Childers.

    I swear, if another paroled animal is responsible there’s going to be a riot.

    Or that’s what you’d hope anyway.

    Maybe nobody cares that our judiciary is running a turnstile for rapists and murderers.

  50. JC

    CL

    I don’t see much evidence of them silencing anyone here at the Cat. In fact the leftwingers that have shown up here at the cat over the years leave permanently brain damaged. I can’t recall one leaving who would be classified as sane by any experienced medical professional.
    They have the same expression as Private Pyle in Full Metal Jacket before the rampage.

  51. calli

    Clinton had a shoe thrown at her in Las Vegas. I wonder if it will be auctioned off for charity?

  52. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From brc at 8:44 pm:

    “I really have had it with reporters standing in the rain, telling everyone to get off the street. Well, get inside yourself, dumbass.”

    How can they get footage of normal weather in Cooktown when it is cyclone time if they stay in? The whole purpose of flying the dills up there is to be first to report helpless kiddies and crippled grandmas borne on the record wind event events, and tsunami event evented to their death!

    I saw that thieving bitch Blie$ interviewed as part of Nine’s 6pm coverage – the television sound was mute at the time because cyclone generated windy rain in Cooktown isn’t news. That’s a first class beat up effort dragging that media whore out as some sort of authority.

  53. JC

    Clinton had a shoe thrown at her in Las Vegas. I wonder if it will be auctioned off for charity?

    Quick, tell Tony Springer-Jones as he’ll auction it off on the next Q&A.

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    from 07:30 PM to 09:00 PM
    Where
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  55. Armadillo

    It’s like the left woke up one morning and said “let’s see what can get away with”. And so far it’s been absolutely everything.

    The ABC in particular are itching for the fight. They won it before with the “Save the ABC” mob against Howard. Now they have over 1 billion a year in funding and even more people with a self interest.

    As much as I like the slogan “Shut them down. Sack them all”, there is another way. Slowly and methodically. Piece by piece. Limb by limb. Gut them.

  56. C.L.

    “I really have had it with reporters standing in the rain, telling everyone to get off the street. Well, get inside yourself, dumbass.”

    LOL.

    Aren’t they just imbeciles?

  57. .

    The Government ought to be subject to a BDS campaign. Which government? All of them.

  58. JC

    Hi Tony:
    A news report has just come in that Hillary Clinton had a shoe thrown at her in Vegas. As the ABC’s resident shoe auctioneer I thought it would be great if you auctioned off that shoe on the next Q&A program. No, I’m not looking for the job of the show’s producer – although I be a great one – so don’t bother even asking. I just couldn’t work with you Tony. I couldn’t do it, as you’re far too sneaky and deceptive.

    Regards

    JC

  59. Tracey

    I hope that little girl is found safe and sound too, CL. Having said that, my first thought when the reports appeared was that if I had more kids than I had bedroom space for I would have the eldest child sleeping in the lounge near an accessible window, not a three year old.

  60. JC

    If someone says anything bad about the US banking system, point them to this power house. This is unquestionably the best bank in the world and it just keeps getting better and better. And no, it doesn’t do much in trading nor capital markets. It makes loans and few of them fail. It only had one losing quarter in the GFC which was a remarkable achievement. It was forced to take TARP money even though it had no need for it.

    Wells Fargo made $6 billion for the Quarter.

    http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/04/11/wells-fargo-posts-strong-earnings/

  61. Tracey

    Scratch that. I would have been sleeping in the lounge room myself.

  62. Armadillo

    The chick on the ABC 24 channel doing the sign language with Campbell Newman should be retained. I’m not sure what she said, but whatever it was, I agree with her. Was she doing a ‘Welcome to Cyclone Country’?

  63. Nothing to worry about at this stage.
    ABC had someone in Cooktown on the phone, who reported they were standing out on the balcony watching things.
    In Cairns Joe O’Brien is reporting live for ABC by standing in the park in the middle of the city.

  64. A Lurker

    And now for something completely different…

  65. twostix

    Maybe nobody cares that our judiciary is running a turnstile for rapists and murderers.

    It might have gotten lost in the midday Numbers / Gun brawl and I’m still so gob smacked by it that I can’t stop thinking about it so I’ll repost it:

    According the 2011 government report into crime the most sexually abused group of females in Australia by far are…10-14 years old.

    Abused not by family members, but overwhelmingly by a “Known other”.

    Why isn’t this a national scandal?

  66. Oh come on

    When there’s someone translating a leader’s speech into sign language on the telly, I often find myself tuning out what the speaker’s saying because I’m paying attention to the signing, which is usually more interesting than the speech. Maybe the translator’s presence actually results in the message being communicated to fewer people?

  67. Leigh Lowe

    “I really have had it with reporters standing in the rain, telling everyone to get off the street. Well, get inside yourself, dumbass.”

    I love the way they try to out-do each other with their costumes.
    Bushfires are usually the best. They dress up in the full bright yellow CFA gear, including a helmet even when they are standing in the middle of a footy oval. What the fuck are they expecting? A meteorite? And you know the only naked flame they are going to see is when the camera-man lights up a Stuyvo when the report is filed.
    The best I have seen was a guy covering the bun-fight in Kiev dressed in the full bomb disposal suit.
    Wankers.

  68. twostix

    Scratch that. I would have been sleeping in the lounge room myself.

    Apparently all the kids were in the lounge room because it was school holidays. Like a sleep out.

  69. Tom

    Works much better as a satire, Lurker. Having an angry black gangsta singing about being happy was counter-intuitive.

  70. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Armadillo at 10:31 pm:

    “The chick on the ABC 24 channel doing the sign language with Campbell Newman …”

    A sign languager? I don’t believe it! Why on earth is the Premier even commenting – it’s the weather and there are office floors full of people in organisations that do that sort of thing as a job.

    I wonder what he thinks of the field in the Jim Beam Handicap at Doomben tomorrow? Can I ring him for train times for Helensvale to Beenleigh at about 11am?

    I don’t recall Billy McMahon commenting on the weather or Rob Borbridge or Robin Askin, in days when government was not so vital to daily life.

  71. Gab

    The weather wasn’t their cause du vogue back then, Mick.

  72. I don’t recall Billy McMahon commenting on the weather or Rob Borbridge or Robin Askin, in days when government was not so vital to daily life.

    That was before Climate Change was discovered.

  73. johanna

    Disaster porn is very popular in certain political circles. They are showing that they “care.”

  74. jupes

    When there’s someone translating a leader’s speech into sign language on the telly …

    The only sign language translater I rate is Thamsanqa Jantjie.

    At least he is funny. Hilarious in fact.

  75. Pickles

    The deaf and dumb should be moved away from places where cyclones, floods, and fires happen to somewhere benign like Dubbo. Then all those annoying sign language people could do something useful with their fingers like fixing holes in the dingo fence or picking my nose.

  76. brc

    Please God they find the little girl in Childers.

    I swear, if another paroled animal is responsible there’s going to be a riot.

    Or that’s what you’d hope anyway.

    Maybe nobody cares that our judiciary is running a turnstile for rapists and murderers.

    What about the French girl in Brisbane ? Didnt the cops id the guy they have from CCTV? This would indicate they knew who he was. I would hate to hear a young student got murdered from someone fresh off parole.

  77. Pedro the Ignorant

    What’s with the sign language next to the talking heads?

    What percentage of the population need this on their TV screen to communicate? <1%?

    Wouldn't it be easier and more effective to subtitle the message? i.e. "Cyclone coming, abandon Upper Gulargambone NOW!”

    This hand flapping bulldust is totally bizarre and detracts from the real message as if a huge slice of the population is deaf and/or illiterate.

    Cringeworthy poseurs.

  78. Armadillo

    I wonder what he thinks of the field in the Jim Beam Handicap at Doomben tomorrow? Can I ring him for train times for Helensvale to Beenleigh at about 11am?

    There is a Tamworth bloke riding there tomorrow Mick. His name is Timmy Bell. However, it’s most likely that someone else could be taking home the flowers. Always the bridesmaid, never the bride.

  79. Oh come on

    Which Labor grub was it who smirked that the next Senate would be *more* difficult for the government to navigate than the current one? It was Nick Champion or Andrew Leigh or Steve Jones or one of those twits you always see on Lateline. Hahaha.

    Chances of the Bullock jumping the fence? Nah, can’t see it. He’s a ghost of Labor’s past, sure, but he’s got one thing in common with the current crop of PC dullards – the deathly fear of being branded a ‘Labor Rat’.

  80. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From johanna at 10:54 pm:

    “Disaster porn is very popular in certain political circles. They are showing that they “care.””

    On the “disaster porn” genre I also saw a March for Sophie a couple of nights back – been busy and have missed the news but it seems Sophie was a special murder for which thousands of people stand ready at home, prepared to mobilise instantly to march together, with candles, to show that they care and to make sure it never happens again. Which it inevitably will.

    They then all go home and wait for the next one, skipping past reports of your average, common garden, unremarkable murders until they discover one worthy of a march, and off they go again for no good reason.

    I don’t know where they march to – parliament perhaps to table demands, or along past Boggo Road gaol calling out in unison to the inmates “Garn ya bastards, bring back the noose – we hope yers all rot in there!”

    Or do they just walk about aimlessly for an hour or so, murmuring knowingly to each other “shocking, simply appalling”, before they catch the 10:30pm bus back home?

  81. Oh come on

    What percentage of the population need this on their TV screen to communicate? <1%?

    Couldn’t be much. In the aggregate, I reckon they’d obscure the message rather than facilitate its communication.

  82. Rabz

    He’s a ghost of Labor’s past, sure, but he’s got one thing in common with the current crop of PC dullards – the deathly fear of being branded a ‘Labor Rat’.

    So did Mal Colston until he became sold on the idea of becoming the world’s fattest cancer victim.

    Everyone has a price.

  83. entropy

    Deaf culture is really, really annoying. Mrs entropy came home once bitching about how this deaf couple were wanting a deaf baby. So it could be like them. There are elements of the deaf community that demand deafness as a culture and that signing is just as valid a language as any other.

  84. Tiny Dancer

    Mick, they wait at home until the Courier Mail tells them that this is a meritorious murder and they should …. do something. The CM, erstwhile publication that it is, only goes for the lookers. Ugly chicks don’t cut it. Gotta love that shit rag.

  85. Percy

    “The chick on the ABC 24 channel doing the sign language with Campbell Newman …”

    She lost me at ‘Pizza, seventh dog on the left. Chair’
    I had to crank the volume and listen to Campbell. Thankfully Foxtel allowed me to rewind to compare the hands with the words. Turns out I know nothing of sign language.

  86. Oh come on

    So did Mal Colston until he became sold on the idea of becoming the world’s fattest cancer victim.

    Yeah, but Mal’s a rare exception. Most of them hold their noses and stick around. I reckon Joe will too.

  87. Rabz

    Why isn’t this a national scandal?

    Ahem – I posted a comment several weeks ago pointing out that child abuse in this country is not an epidemic, it is endemic and has been for decades.

    There are numerous reasons why this monstrous situation has now assumed unstoppable freight train proportions.

    Don’t expect the situation to improve in the near future, either.

  88. dover_beach

    An argument to keep abortions legal (albeit rare), no?

    And to end generous welfare concessions for those who choose to have multiple kids whilst outside of a long term relationship while on the dole?

    Combine Dave, no. Setting aside the moral issue, if your intent is to reduce risky behaviour among single women, keeping abortion legal would be like maintaining generous welfare concessions.

  89. Armadillo

    Chances of the Bullock jumping the fence? Nah, can’t see it.

    Exactly. The ALP have come out AFTER the election and said they don’t support those views. They are land mines. Windsor, Torbay and Oakshott – land mines. Legislation they introduced – land mines. Promises they made when they knew full well they were going to lose – land mines. Gonski – land mine. NDIS – land mine. It’s quite easy to dismiss all this as them being idiots. They are not. They just believe they are smarter than everyone else.

  90. Rabz

    Yeah, but Mal’s a rare exception. Most of them hold their noses and stick around. I reckon Joe will too.

    We shall see. I’m not willing to predict he will bail – he’s an ol’ school laborite after all.

    Given the make up of the incoming senate his vote is irrelevant anyway.

    We need to wait for the disillusionment to set in.

  91. Rabz

    However, I do admire Bullock for calling out Pratt as a freak and somehow managing to get her punted off number one on the labor senate ticket.

    Well done, that man.

  92. Armadillo

    However, I do admire Bullock for calling out Pratt as a freak

    Not that many years ago there was some bloke out the front of a tent at the local show saying the same thing. Although, he was offering some chick with a beard. The downside was you had to pay to see them.

  93. nerblnob

    I guess the Cooktown people wouldn’t be so happy about a room without a roof.

  94. Oh come on

    I reckon they’re putting it on – the Liars will make a big show of whining about Bullock until their base gets bored of hearing about him. Then, behind the scenes, Bullock will be accepted with open arms, thick as thieves with his comrades. Imagine the kind of terrible crime he’d have to commit before they’d actually be shamed into cutting him loose, thus making it even more difficult for them to block government legislation.

  95. Oh come on

    He made that speech last November, didn’t he? Who leaked it just before the WA Senate election?

  96. Rabz

    OCO – they got to Colston by playing on his vanity and stoking his resentment.

    If the Gliberals are clever about this, they could make some mighty mischief over a lengthy period of time.

  97. Rabz

    Who leaked it just before the WA Senate election?

    Ah ha! See my comment above.

  98. Rabz

    Imagine the kind of terrible crime he’d have to commit before they’d actually be shamed into cutting him loose

    Yes, it would no doubt defy description.

  99. Oh come on

    Hmm. I could be wrong, but I don’t reckon Bullock’s the type. He’s a party man through and through. Then again, he must be aware he’ll only get one term in the Senate, so perhaps he’ll act the Barnaby Joyce. The ALP will surely let him.

  100. Armadillo

    so perhaps he’ll act the Barnaby Joyce. The ALP will surely let him.

    Don’t you mean Tony Windsor?

  101. Rabz

    I can’t see Bullock even remaining alive until the end of his term – but then, people said the same thing about Colston.

    What is it about the labor pardee and these monstrously unhealthy specimens they keep throwing up?

  102. Oh come on

    Something like that, yes.

  103. Oh come on

    Not Windsor – Joyce (as in Joyce circa 2004). I don’t reckon Bullock will quit the party.

  104. Rabz

    I don’t reckon Bullock will quit the party.

    Not willingly perhaps. Massive fatal coronaries do tend to have a certain finality, though, you have to admit.

  105. .

    entropy
    #1261774, posted on April 11, 2014 at 11:22 pm
    Deaf culture is really, really annoying. Mrs entropy came home once bitching about how this deaf couple were wanting a deaf baby. So it could be like them. There are elements of the deaf community that demand deafness as a culture and that signing is just as valid a language as any other.

    Arseholes.

  106. Tel

    The left is detonating the blinding mushroom cloud that ends its cultural dominance. The masses are backing away slowly. It’s almost over.

    If you ask a Progressive they will tell you it is over, and they won.

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