Archive for July 5, 2003

Archival Action

July 5, 2003

Hey Dudes,

Just a quick note to let all of you know that Sam’s old blogspot stuff is now available for your viewing displeasure, comedy relief or stalking purposes here on the DW.com server at this location.

If there’s any problems, email Sam and he can then email me, and I can ignore him for a couple of months.

Cheers,

Love Bailz.

House Of Neoracist Activities

July 5, 2003

Rob Corr continues to try and label as many people as possible as racists:

Wilson Tuckey – Great Australian Yobbo

The Liberal party is a party that accepts and endorses neoracist principles, and should be condemned.

Rob’s criteria for being a racist: Being a member of the Liberal Party and mentioning any of the banned ‘A’ words: “Aborigine”, “Arab” or “Asian”.

In other news, Steve Edwards considers the possibility that the WA Liberal Party is run by Aborigines.

Mr Tuckey might like to worry about the administering of monies in a fair and prudential fashion…in the WA Liberal Party.

Don’t go overboard fellas… you wouldn’t like Wilson when he’s angry.

$60k Funding For Child Snuff Video

July 5, 2003

Victorian taxpayers can at least be happy in the knowledge that their heard earned dollars are going to someone who truly deserves it:

VICTORIANS are queuing to see a controversial nude video show about the murder of a young girl.

The Pentimento exhibition in Federation Square was yesterday besieged by curious onlookers and slammed by child abuse groups.

The show includes full frontal nude shots of a young girl with an old man, images of the girl with a knife in her hand and a picture of her murdered, decaying body.

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He said the work received $40,000 funding from the Victorian Government through the now defunct arts organisation Cinemedia and $20,000 from the Federal Government’s Arts Council.

Next week I’m going to take a crap in a box of cornflakes, take it to the Australian Arts council, and demand $50,000 funding for my artistic interpretation of the increasing corporatisation of agriculture. How could any self-respecting arts council member reject that sort of brilliance?