Monday, January 30, 2012

The Silly Sisterhood

SILLY editrix Amanda Wilson, ignoring Marieke Hardy's advice that she and other modern women might like to sidle up to blokes in bars and ask for "a root", prefers to advance the cause of sisterhood:
Amanda WilsonDebra Jopson's insights on this week's Aboriginal anger worth reading  
 Admire Wilson's uterine loyalty by all means, but don't bother following her suggestion.
 

4 comments:

  1. To the left, they are all' victims', the overfed, taxpayer funded Aboriginal protestors and Hardy, who couldn't see the tram that had once collected that other harpy, Devenny, fast approaching.

    Hardy's case will be used by the left to tut tut about censorship, looking for an opportunity to mention the name Abbott.

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  2. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.January 30, 2012 at 3:51 PM

    A more insightful piece than Jopson's would have recognised that 'the spear of confrontation' will inevitably meet the knock-out nulla nulla of mainstream Australia's refusal to play in such set-piece skirmishes any longer.

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  3. "Uterine loyalty", Professor? Oh dear, a bit too anatomical for this penisless little petal.

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  4. You mean that pig-tailed harridan still has a job?

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