Finished? By whom? How?
Of course he won't be, and no amount of wishful thinking makes it so.
Seriously. If he gave a soupçon of a shit about his government being corrupt he would have done the mea culpa months ago. He doesn't care AT ALL and there's no one actually capable of holding him properly to account. Failing a real popular uprising (which, let's face it, is about as likely as me becoming a fan of Rush), we're stuck with him.
Giving shit to west Auckland is so 90s, you guys. ;)
I have raised three children to adulthood who don’t routinely watch television.
He played that at this year's Auckland show and I just about imploded with joy. A very great favourite of mine.
Cilla-related note: I once saw a drag performance of "Step Inside Love" at Alfie's, about, uh, 25 years ago.
I had my house searched when I was a child because my father was being prosecuted for industrial espionage (long story). It didn't take ten hours and there were only two people doing the search.
It blows my mind just a little how very keen some people are to ascribe just, disinterested motives to the police. Really? On THIS issue?
Oh, stop it.
But Caribou was at Splore a couple of years ago, yes? (I couldn't go because of my tiny spawn.)
Some of us Belle & Sebastian fans would have been pretty stoked about Caribou too, just quietly.
Labour men are eunuchs.
I suppose someone who uses "PC" unironically is not going to realise how offensive that is, but, um, it's really offensive.
The whole thing was a massive fucking Slater-initiated beatup
And all our angsting about what precisely was so terrible about Labour and the Greens seems to be completely ignoring this aspect of things. I'm sure that Labour did, in fact, suck in many respects, but what did we just spend a month reading and discussing, people? How the Nats used Slater and colluded with some of our media to smear political opponents! I mean, call me crazy, but until that's sorted all our coulda shoulda woulda seems a bit forest-for-the-trees.
Yeah. Man ban is bullshit. I’d have been happy with a target of at least a third of caucus members being female.
That's magnanimous. I wouldn't have been.
PS, peeps: the John Oliver clip is from Last Week Tonight, not the Daily Show.