It is… (rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb)
What's up, Doc(k)?
Is it protected by the Department of Conversation?
Life with Dexter...
Maybe it's not so much a case of 'Politically Right'
as a bad case of 'I'm All Right (and bugger the rest of you - and the flag you rode under on the way in)'
Those 'lefties' are all gauche and sinister it seems.
So what do we do with all those unemployable people?
Hang on a minute - ain't we the new 'Leisured Masses' they promised we'd become, along with the 'Paperless office', back when the machines (and then other countries) started taking our jobs away...
...if only National hadn't got rid of night classes and had actually expanded the community education programmes, we may not be where we are now, we might all feel included and possibly in possession of some self worth and self esteem.
Back in 1949 a kiwi economist, Bill Phillips, made a fabulous machine to show how money circulates through a system. (specifically as a model of the workings of the British economy)
The MONIAC (Monetary National Income Analogue Computer) also known as the Phillips Hydraulic Computer and the Financephalograph,
There is still one in the Reserve Bank – not sure if they still use it as part of their arcane regimen of financial scrying…
Now don’t be slow
Wrong bridge though.
with proud scum, crowds come...
I see a gap in the market for helmet mounted periscope binoculars...
Won't the insides of these 'chutes' just end up tagged to hell, anyway?
...but he does take great pride in not having
worn or flown our flag at the match:
Surely he had a Driver's Licence in his wallet?
(there's another upgrade cost, over time...)
You 'Bush Doctors', eh...
A mammalian audio system descended from the Grea Tapes?
I wonder if they have a discount for stuff from Mandrill Studios?
Creeping crepuscular homogeneity?