Sunday, September 8, 2013

You knew this was coming

Life is still moving rather slowly at the Billabong, where last night saw an excessive cheerfulness, but it is good to see the Age up to speed:
The comments are especially poignant. By Wednesday, Friday at the latest, your typical Age readers will have staged a riot somewhere or other.

Parents, if your child reads the Age, grab them by the nose rings and slam their raging faces into your knees (being careful not to damage the expensiove othdontics you paid for). As the left is convinced Australia has been plunged into a new Dark Age of conservative tyranny, might as well prove them right for once.


  1. "The Age"

    SORBENT, with newsprint!

  2. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.September 9, 2013 at 10:49 AM

    Prof, you are a great improvement on Steve Biddulph when it comes to advice concerning adolescents. When is your book 'Teenager Taming' coming out?

  3. The outrage of the luvvie left is beautiful in its ferocity and ineffectual influence on a brighter future for the country as a whole. An imploding luvvie is akin to watching the sun rise at sea - it provides comfort to us all. Their Day of Atonement has arrived early.

  4. And The Age wonders why it's readership is diminishing

  5. Well, it is The Age where people can read but not understand. Can see the share price down to 1 cent before long.

  6. What's the difference between the denizens of the Age and Tony Abbott?

    The denizens', at best, make a tinkling sound.

    Tony Abbott's clank.

  7. They corralled the NYTimes, but left out the WaPo. The well of ignorance remains mostly unplumbed.


  8. Mr Bunyip as always you are on the money. the anguish of the left will always turn to violence or self harm when their petulant child like minds perceive a wrong doing.

  9. Ah, the cognitive dissonance on display is heart-warming.

    I ask the grumpy Labor-voters at work the following - if Tony Abbott is so bad, how bad did Labor have to be for so many not to vote for them?

    I swear the blank look I get is exactly like a dog that's been shown a card trick.

  10. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.September 13, 2013 at 4:57 PM

    Prof, it's now Friday and you're not yet with us. Hope you didn't over-indulge too seriously last Sat'dy nite.