Great post(/rant) about the stupidity of the protests about the carbon tax over $10/week – $520 a year – for someone who earns $110,000/year. 0.42727% of their annual income. $10 out of their $2000 weekly pay check. I don’t earn $2000 in a month, but if needed, I’d find the $10/week to pay this tax.
There is some swear words in here, so if you don’t appreciate them, you might not appreciate this post. But if you can get past that, it is very much well worth the read.
(This is a temp site due to too many people trying to read my old one. The classic www.HeathenScripture.com will be back up soon.) _______________________________________________ Three days on from Julia Gillard’s policy announcement, and the most striking characteristic of the carbon tax debate is just how closely it resembles a dozen retards trying to fuck a doorknob. The only apparent solution is a massive airdrop of Xanax into our reservoirs, … Read More
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This prompt, Do you think money can buy happiness?, is provided by Plinky. My wife and I have been listening to a Casting Crowns album recently while we’ve been driving in the car. One song that’s got me thinking just recently is this song, American Dream. It could just as well be titled “Australian Dream”… Continue reading Money and Happiness
This topic suggestion, Do you think you’d make a good president?, is from The Daily Post as part of the Post-a-day writing challenge. If I was elected Prime Minister, there would be a few big issues that I would be working towards. NBN A government is responsible for infrastructure. Not only the building of new… Continue reading My platform as prime minister
Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, finally bowed to the pressure from Talk Back radio shock jocks, and their outraged listeners and callers, and declared that multiculturalism was dead, and all immigrants were to return to their home country. There was much rejoicing in the streets.