Olympic torch arrives in Australia, quickly whisked away

Awwright mates, whadga do widthe damn thing, eh?


9 Responses to “Olympic torch arrives in Australia, quickly whisked away”

  1. Ash Says:

    Seriously, Tizona, there is no way in hell I can possibly answer that without conjuring up bad mental images.

  2. nilk Says:

    The flame arrived at an air base in Canberra from Indonesia and was greeted by government and Olympic officials and Aboriginal elder Agnes Shea, who said she hoped the torch’s stay would symbolize “good will for all mankind.”

    HAHAHAHAHA! The flame being whisked away and hidden from view… yup, that’s symbolic of good will and all the rest.

    Somebody send that woman some fluffy slippers.

  3. SwinishCapitalist Says:

    They needed it to fire up the ovens at McDonalds?

  4. Paco Says:

    The Olympic torch seems to be more shy than the reclusive Greta Garbo, more allergic to human contact than Howard Hughes. Why don’t they just ship the thing to China via UPS?

  5. Angus Dei Says:

    A “dynamic” route to avoid protests. ~sigh~

    At least 2009 is an America’s Cup year… if the legal problems get resolved. ~eye roll~

    The only international sports worth a fuck anymore involve speed, engines, and massive carbon emissions.

  6. SwinishCapitalist Says:

    And hot women at the steering wheel.
    You forgot the hot women at the steering wheel.

  7. Angus Dei Says:

    Shit. Hot babes going fast.

    How could I forget that?

  8. SwinishCapitalist Says:

    Well, back to the torch – AIIGAT: the cops have a small battle on their hands keeping the Chinese and Tibetan groups apart.
    I’m tempted to say, let ’em go. Let them beat each other stupid.

  9. Angus Dei Says:

    Film it. It would become a martial arts classic.

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