Mar 13, 2013

The banality of banality

In Holt Street's Fields of Bones Meeting Room, News Ltd boss Kim "Idi Amin" Williams kicks off the conference to discuss proposed changes to media regulation.

First Dog On The Moon

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53 thoughts on “The banality of banality

  1. Holden Back

    I love you FDOTM, and plumbing difficulties aside, I want to have your babies.

  2. paddy

    And they said you could only draw animals.
    Magnificent work today FD.

  3. deccles

    No Paddy he still draws animals 🙂 Going straight to the pool room Mr OnTheMoon

  4. Danny Lewis

    Straight to the pool room.

  5. Kahomabu

    Ah, good to see Young Mr Grace. Lovely Dog, just lovely.

  6. Mike Jones

    Wot ? No Kim Jong Il, I suspect difficulties getting clearance from Team America….. I’m so ronery…. Rumsfeld, Chaney, Corey Bernardi, Mussolini… line em up again like Sgt Pepper, Firsty.

  7. zut alors

    You’ve landed a mighty hit to the funny bone today, Mr Dog.

    I’m unconvinced the front page of the Tele was a masterstroke… but it was some sort of stroke.

  8. mikehilliard

    Thank you FD, thank you. Piers as Pol Pot is just perfect. I only hope Insiders puts this up on talking pictures when Piers is in the righties armchair (as apposed to the lefties lounge).

  9. PhilB

    I like that in a field of villains, Murdoch plays himself….very subtle.

  10. Gareth

    “I’m Rupert Murdoch, the billionaire tyrant.”

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