Danny’s Donuts o’ Death

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54 Responses to Danny’s Donuts o’ Death

  1. candy

    The Victorian people will have their say in the next election re the nursing home deaths and how many of that 800+ could have been prevented if their government was more competent.

    Till then, let’s hope Premier Andrews releases the restrictions and all can get on with life.

    If the virus pop up again, one can only hope he is sensible and no further lockdowns and let things take their course.

  2. duncanm

    it has something to do with police?

  3. thefrollickingmole

    For Monty every day is doughnut day.

  4. Mother Lode

    Victorians celebrate ‘donut day’ with no new COVID-19 cases for the first time since June.

    This shows the lockdown is working!

    And their were all those know-it-alls who said the Premier should open the state back up.

    Dan? Time to double down.

  5. Mother Lode

    Knock it off with this Monty-pr0n.

  6. Mother Lode

    Woops.

    Snap! frollicking.

  7. cuckoo

    Luke Cornelius could not be reached for comment. He is busy investigating social distancing breaches at the local Krispy Kreme.

  8. I call it Diamond Duck day. 0 (0) is a beautiful set of numbers.

  9. Professor Fred Lenin

    Freeze all salaries and expenses of politicians and pay them what the oridary enforced unemployed are getting ? Wonder if that would make a difference ?

  10. thefrollickingmole

    And about .5 seconds after international flights start again it all goes to shit.

    A vaccine on the never-never, to give to people whos uptake of a vaccine decreases as they age anyway.

    Immunosenescence also results in diminished responses to vaccination. Indeed, annual flu vaccines are notoriously less effective in the elderly. This phenomenon is very important in the context of the massive efforts and funds being invested worldwide into the ultra-rapid development of vaccines for COVID-19.

    The fact that elderly people do not respond well to immunizations has largely been ignored in most discussions of COVID-19 vaccines, despite this being the group in greatest need. Most of the scientific community’s experience with vaccine development for any disease has been focused on vaccinating the relatively young.

  11. Dinky

    a beautiful set of numbers

    I remember the world’s worst treasurer saying something like that right before a recession we had to have.

  12. But is 0 (0) more impressive than 115 consecutive press conferences? All hail the glorious leader!

  13. Beachcomber

    Zero positive “test results” has no more scientific or medical meaning than would 20,000 new “cases”. It is all about political manipulation and control.

    The Andrews regime and their Ministry of Truth media are moving into the next phase; the Dear Leader saved us and is now setting us free. We are all eternally grateful to the Dear Leader.

  14. Tom

    10/10 for creativity, CL.

    I think hundreds of thousands of Victorians will be joining those in sunny Queensland — permanently — after the sociopathic CCP communist of Spring Street has run his race and set back the Victorian economy for a generation trying to spread the revolution Down Under.

    Politically, it’s a gift for the Stupid.Fucking.Liberals who are sure to squander it because, like Scott Morrison, they believe in nothing except the perks of power.

    And, as in the USA, the Australian TV news media is the enemy of the people.

  15. Chris M

    Doughrings! 😉

    Donut = American

    Dan = Communist

  16. Beachcomber

    …….. the Australian TV news media is the enemy of the people.

    Indeed, they are the enemies of freedom and prosperity in our society.

  17. I think hundreds of thousands of Victorians will be joining those in sunny Queensland — permanently — after the sociopathic CCP communist of Spring Street has run his race and set back the Victorian economy for a generation trying to spread the revolution Down Under.

    I see some idiots saying that sort of thing on Twitter too.

    Melbourne was set to be the biggest city in the country by 2026, I suppose a COVID-influence drop in immigration might slow that down but it’s not going to reverse itself.

  18. Steve

    The whole thing is BS.

    The Victoriastan Politburo can and likely does make up the figures to keep victorians in a state of being what appears to be perpetually and sytemically abused by the State for thier own sick jollies.

    Put another way, unless victorians demand an immediate end, as by design, the lockdowns will NEVER end. That is the plan. A life of perpetual dependent bondage to a bunch of individuals who want to see if victoria will actually man up, or just weakly cop it sweet for your masters….

    Sorry…but thats pretty much the reality.

    What says thou, victoria?

    Choose wisely.

  19. Jo

    Frolicking Mole you got there first. My internet at the beachhouse has just been upgraded to NBN which in this case is much faster than the old ADSL.

  20. Jo

    Remember m(i)nty makes all the holes in donuts.

  21. Beachcomber

    In Australia, this lady would be arrested for being a threat to public safety and she would be locked away. Australia’s Ministry of Truth media would never let her speak in public.

    British COVID Hero Grandmother Rips Into Virus Bed-Wetters Some More

  22. Mother Lode

    Remember m(i)nty makes all the holes in donuts.

    I always thought the dough went to his waist, and the hole went to his brain.

  23. nilk

    The Victorian people will have their say in the next election re the nursing home deaths and how many of that 800+ could have been prevented if their government was more competent.

    Yes, and speaking as a Victorian, the majority will be stupid enough to re-elect Andrews.

    They voted him in knowing he was a liar, why would they suddenly develop any common sense?

  24. Mother Lode

    Yes, and speaking as a Victorian, the majority will be stupid enough to re-elect Andrews.

    I would have thought they would get Andrews to resign so he could spend more time with his family* and they could slip in someone not to closely connected to the current debacle. Some people would only need that token of change to give them permission to vote Labor again.

    And Labor will know it. Worked a few times in NSW before we finally booted Nobody’s Girl out. And that was just for misogyny, of course.

    *A cliché that is only just being edged out of top spot by ‘working tirelessly’, as in ‘Dan is working tirelessly’, ‘Brett Sutton is working tirelessly’, ‘The virus is working tirelessly’ etc.

  25. Gerry

    Well Done Dickhead.
    You’ve left Martin Bryant and Julian Knight in your dust.
    You are now No. 1
    Now for fuck’s sake, FUCK OFF.

  26. John A

    candy #3633491, posted on October 26, 2020, at 1:39 pm

    The Victorian people will have their say in the next election re the nursing home deaths and how many of that 800+ could have been prevented if their government was more competent.

    Till then, let’s hope Premier Andrews releases the restrictions and all can get on with life.

    If the virus pop up again, one can only hope he is sensible and no further lockdowns and let things take their course.

    Yeah, right!

    Sorry, Candy, but the evidence is against you.

  27. John A

    Mother Lode #3633566, posted on October 26, 2020, at 3:19 pm

    *A cliché that is only just being edged out of the top spot by ‘working tirelessly’, as in ‘Dan is working tirelessly’, ‘Brett Sutton is working tirelessly’, ‘The virus is working tirelessly’ etc.

    ML, may I remind you of the Yes, Minister episode titled “Big Brother,” in which Sir Humphrey worked “tirelessly through the night” to produce a draft of legislation (which already existed, of course).

  28. Mother Lode

    ML, may I remind you of the Yes, Minister episode titled “Big Brother,” in which Sir Humphrey worked “tirelessly through the night” to produce a draft of legislation (which already existed, of course).

    Ah, yes.

    After seeing Yes, Minister I think it was impossible to look at politicians and the public service the same way again.

    The sober and magisterial nightgown had been lifted for a few minutes and the mundanity of what was underneath impossible to forget.

  29. Professor Fred Lenin

    In honour of my 83rd birthday I have decided to Liberate the people of Victoria tmorrow night at midnight .
    Pubs and restuaratnts ,and retail ,those who have survived the Andrews Virus attack ,will re open , simple health precautions are advised . I need no thanks I did it for the people of Victoria who deserve to be as free as othefr Australians ,altruism is good ,not a lot of of it about these days but it still exists .

  30. Roger

    If the virus pop up again, one can only hope he is sensible and no further lockdowns and let things take their course.

    Yes, general lockdowns don’t work and actually contribute to the harm. But it’s not a mater of “letting things take their course”. The vulnerable must be afforded protection. Everybody else can take sensible precautions as they see fit.

  31. Struth

    And a palaschook advert up here actually asks this question.

    Who do you trust to take care of you?

    You’re voting for the best slave owner.

  32. sfw

    He says (how magnanimous of him) that we can open for business, now the question is, when virus numbers come back, and they will, you can’t eradicate it. Is he going to shut everything down again. This is serious, the only virus that was ever eradicated was smallpox and that took many years and it didn’t mutate, this virus is here and will always be hanging around somewhere.

  33. NuThink

    candy
    #3633491, posted on October 26, 2020 at 1:39 pm
    The Victorian people will have their say in the next election re the nursing home deaths and how many of that 800+ could have been prevented if their government was more competent.

    In the 1962 movie “The Birdman of Alcatraz” Burt Lancaster thought that the public would remember him and his fame when he came out of prison. Karl Malden, the prison governor said “The people have short memories”.
    Proof of short memories – TV adds have to run on continuous and rapid rotation else people forget the product.
    A bit of smooth talking by Andrews and he will be back in the drivers (or is it Drovers seat – remember Bill Hayden) . Today Andrews said he was proud and humbled by the people’s response. So the smooth talking has already started – straight from the polly handbook of smooth sayings. Can you imagine Andrews humbled?

  34. H B Bear

    Two years is a long time to sit on your baseball bats.

    “ What’s this baseball bat doing here?”
    “Dunno. Shhh, Kochie’s on”

  35. Catfeesh?

    Monty’s going hard…

  36. Rob MW

    I see some idiots saying that sort of thing on Twitter too.

    Melbourne was set to be the biggest city in the country by 2026, I suppose a COVID-influence drop in immigration might slow that down but it’s not going to reverse itself.

    Spot on Mutt. There’s a big opening and plenty of room for over 60’s. Maybe bring in a million or so to help Pol Pot’s numbers look a bit more humanitarian.

  37. Squirrel

    No amount of donuts will bring an end to Dan’s daily dose of passive-aggression and righteous anger – he’s so obviously addicted to that, as are many of the adoring effwits in what passes for the Melbourne press gallery.

  38. Bushkid

    Beachcomber
    #3633533, posted on October 26, 2020 at 2:41 pm
    Zero positive “test results” has no more scientific or medical meaning than would 20,000 new “cases”. It is all about political manipulation and control.

    The Andrews regime and their Ministry of Truth media are moving into the next phase; the Dear Leader saved us and is now setting us free. We are all eternally grateful to the Dear Leader.

    It might be more a matter of him realising we’re getting much closer to Christmas than we were in June, July or August, and if he doesn’t open the place up there will be politically dangerous consequences for him.

    Maybe his ALP mates have shouted loudly enough in his jug ears and kicked his butt sufficiently hard to make him realise he’s on very thin ice as premier. Maybe someone at Trades Hall has enough nous to realise that without a functioning economy the state is shot anyway.

    Maybe I’m just a positive thinker. Probably, I’m wrong and he’s just setting everyone up to fail all over again.

    What a bugger of a situation when you have to think such things.

  39. Bushkid

    NuThink
    #3633713, posted on October 26, 2020 at 5:54 pm

    A bit of smooth talking by Andrews and he will be back in the drivers (or is it Drovers seat – remember Bill Hayden) . Today Andrews said he was proud and humbled by the people’s response. So the smooth talking has already started – straight from the polly handbook of smooth sayings. Can you imagine Andrews humbled?

    Only by a mob armed with tar and feathers!

  40. mem

    Dan has said libraries may open in Victoria. But, but, wait for it, only for outdoor activities! Go Dan. Go.

  41. Monash council library is already that. Borrow by making a reservation and the librianian brings to the books to the table on the verandah when you call ahead. All returns via the chute with a one-day rest before they dare to touch them.

  42. notafan

    So what if new migrants still come to Melbourne in the future Monty.

    It doesn’t mean that Dancovid survivors won’t relocate out of Melbourne and out of state.

  43. notafan

    Librarians no longer working from home in a few municipalities.

    My mum was getting library books home delivered.

  44. OriginalSteve

    I wonder how the hands on Brown Pol members are feeling about now?

    All this freedom for people…Brown Pol must spend a lot of time in the boxing ring now taking out thier power fetisheses and frustrations they cant drag people out of cars anymore….

    Oh dear….

  45. My mum was getting library books home delivered.

    Special status, Notafan? (I’m thinking age or something.) Perhaps I should join up!

  46. mem

    Can you imagine Andrews humbled?

    Oh yes. Ever so humbled sir. The Uriah Heep of Victorian politics.

  47. Perfidious Albino

    City of Boroondara have been home delivering library books throughout – online request, gets dropped on your doorstep a few days later by one of the librarians in their own car. Has been a rare pleasant surprise.

  48. Do you have to be a resident in Boroondara, PA? I’m a member but live in Monash.

  49. Albatross

    China, if you are reading this please nuke us now. Consider it a mercy.

  50. Albatross

    m0nty
    #3633512, posted on October 26, 2020 at 2:11 pm
    I call it Diamond Duck day. 0 (0) is a beautiful set of numbers.

    Well you do know your way around a donut you fat slob.

  51. notafan

    Nelson think standard as Manningham Whitehorse doing drop offs too.

  52. My daughter reports Monash was also doing it. Maybe I should pay more attention!

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