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Ok, so I'm told the young people like Powderfinger, Dallas Crane, The Living End and Eskimo Joe, and as Larry says, you could stick 'em with someone big.

But I wouldn't pick 'em.

I'm young and except for occassionally listening to Powder Finger, I don't touch CDs of the others with a ten-foot clown pole.

If they are going to show crowd shots, they should be of the young, female, busty variety*, otherwise just stick to the footy.

* I am convinced that there is a subject for camera operators called Hot Chick 101, where they are trained to find the best looking women in an audience of 50,000 or more. God bless 'em.

This is more my kind of entertainment:

A man died after being attacked by footy fans and a woman had an ear bitten off during a fairly rowdy night in Tennant Creek. One local is quoted in today's NT paper saying "Football is taken far too seriously here."

Prez: That subject is taught by the CHannel Nine cricket team.

Wicky: Are the Tennant Creek brawlers prepared to travel?

I think "All hope abandon, ye who enter here" scans better (or for those of us clever chaps who support the West Coast and learned our Dante in the original, "Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch'entrate").

The Seekers have been done anyway, in '92 or '94. I remember, because it was the year of one of the Eagle's three flags.

My preferred Dante directed The Howling, Gremlins and Piranha.

What time does all this shit end tomorrow?

I am off to the show to see the performing pigs, and hopefully the agility rabbits, and I'll be training it.

I don't want to get caught up with football idiots coming back from the grand final.

Back by popular demand the Diving and Racing Pigs will thrill the crowds with 5 Shows a day in a new location near the nab Animal Nursery Discovery Farm.

Shows at 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:30pm, 3:00pm and 5:00pm


You better stay training the bunnies until late Saturday night, FX. The game may end around 5:30, but there will be plenty of drunken revellers looking to ruin your day well after that.

I must admit that it's depressing seeing so many yellow and blue and red and white scarves around today. Who let these people out without their medication?

Sprinty porkers. I'll back the one in the middle to win by a snout.



Medication is for the weak.

Barry Crocker probably needs an aspirin then.

A strepsil to clear that throat perhaps.

You'd be deadset loving it here in Perth at the minute, Tone. It's a little piece of the early 90's all over again.

I saw the Sunday shenanigans at Subi. Appalling. I've never seen so many shrieking children in one place at one time.

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