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Oct 18, 2012
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Thank you, Dog. Your final panel says it all.
I’m with pritu. Obviously there is news and there is NEWS!
The “Daily Babycino” – time for News(un)Limited to add that publication to its stable.
I could be wrong but didn’t Mr Rabbott swap his python for an octopus?
They couldn’t burn him in effigy, that’d give off CO2 (and possibly methane, if he’d had a pulse the night before)
erhmagerd cerben terx!
I’m +1 with pritu and Lee
But I had a secret smile at frame 5 – though we shouldn’t really …
Excellent. 2nd last panel – priceless.
I was so deeply affected by your magnificent work today FD, I’ve made an early new year’s resolution.
Never to wear high heels when travelling in India.
Thank you First Dog
Nice on FD.
To all those Juliar-exburbian-LandscapeGuardianTM-Alan-Jones-listening folk who put solar on their rooves to cut-down their ridiculous power bill – and because 2GB had an ad for it – congratulations!
In breaking news FD: Even Penny Wong thinks you’re “Amusing…and perhaps even POIGNANT!”
That’s the environment saved then eh!
So the burning question :- “Why Alla?”?
I’m sure I read between their lines somewhere that “the carbon tax caused Gillard to fall over in Dia(?)”?
………..and the leaderless convoy of the cruising tea party and aj fan club were left to wander the country aimlessly; until they finally park the Winnebago at the penny wong home for the grey, gay and incontinent. Amen
THAT FINAL FRAME: O U C H.
Not even ‘The Age’ put the story on page one.
Can’t quite read the title of the Daily Shonk. Is it Babycino???
First Dog Bit MSM.
I learnt last night that camels fart and burp about $300 worth of carbon per head (st $23/tonne). “Shooting a feral camel is like taking two family cars off the road.”
You don’t see that on the front pages.
@EMC does that mean if I get rid of my two cars, I can have a camel?!!!
HB – that seems to be the upshot of it all.
You have to account for the emissions produced when shooting the cars though.
FDOTM you need to calm down a bit. Calling for people to jostle effigies is just over the top and probably communist.
HOLDEN B: I don’t know how big your garden is….but shoot the cars and get a couple of llamas instead. Be easier to manage than camels. ‘Though I wouldn’t think the azaeleas would stand much of a chance.
Rejoice! Fluffy and Fido rescued from reptilian squeezes, Alan Jones goes to water and Whyalla stages the inaugural annual I Told You So rally. Now that’s a gentler polity!
I’m not up on all this new-fangled interweb thingy but is this a LOL or a LOLZ?
Thank you for once again making me laugh, Dog 🙂
VENISE A – I have more than enough space for llamas outside the house paddock(maybe even a guanaco, vicuna or alpaca or two!). But I’m not sure about riding them the 45kms to work. The camel would at least let me liberate my Lawrence of Arabia robe collection from the wardrobe.
EMC, what if I bury the cars? Surely some eccentric pop star wants to be buried in an unregistered 1982 Subaru Wagon?
HB, Offset Methodologies should be submitted to the Domestic Offsets Integrity Commission for assessment and approval. “Becoming a recognised offset entity is a simple application process, through the CFI administrator, where a project proponent shows that they are a ‘fit and proper’ person.”
EMC, So, you’re saying the pop star would have to be dead? Bugger.
HB, what’s a Holden doing with a Subaru…
HB: …either dead or Keef Richards.
ZUT, bashing a paddock, if I’m still allowed to say that in polite company.
RH WOMBAT- who could tell?
HOLDEN: Ah, you do have a point….Well I daresay you have a horse? So ride the horse, shoot the Subaru, give the Holden a rest and use the llamas, guanacos, vicuñas as pack animals.
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