Do Your Democratic Duty

The 2008 Weblog Awards are finally here to vote for! There are a few really tough categories to vote for, but the hardest is definitely Best Conservative blog.

Some choices were easy, such as voting for The Black Sphere for Best New Blog, Tim Blair for Best Australian or New Zealand Blog, and Blackfive for Best Military Blog. Others were way more difficult.

So go vote!

As for Tizona, we’re not worried. We’re already winners!

Our Award

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F#ckwits off the starboard bow…

Ok I know we’ve done them before but PETA have reached a new height of flaming douchebaggery.

Ask the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to stop promoting sea kitten hunting.

Whats a sea kitten? Go have a guess, what rare endangered animal could be a sea kitten??

Answer below the fold. Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t wanna disappoint

In the spirit of living up to our reputation as a hate blog, may I present to you fun little time muncher Raid Gaza.

H/T Margos.

Meanwhile, Hamas continues to spread the love.


H/T Tim Blair who is requesting we spread the love for Zoe Brain.

Meanwhile, CNN reports itself into irrelevance.


Barack still thinks he can talk to these people. I’m happy to be proved wrong but quite frankly, Obama is seeing pixies.

SDI gets a run for his money

Move over Da Vinci.

Mr Jamieson then started to promote the show, printing glossy invitations and placing ads in reputable magazines Art Almanac and Art Collector, in which the abstract work was featured. Only then did he discover a crucial fact about the new artist: Aelita Andre was Nikka Kalashnikova’s daughter, and she was then just 22 months old. She turns two tomorrow.

The bit that’s most interesting? That The Age (check the caption on the piccy in the link) seriously ponders whether this is the work of a ‘tiny genius’.

As Clare Kermond notes:

Is this a story of a child prodigy or a deliberate joke at the expense of the art world? In the curious case of Aelita Andre, it could be both of those things — or neither.

Never mind Clare is questioning herself. She is the question.

Seriously. Someone’s not even two year old kid has gone ballistic with a paint brush. Fine. If it were my two year old kid, it’d be special. And if it were your two year old kid, surely it’d be special for you, too.

But really. Jamieson has lost it. The Age lost it long ago.

JFTR: Art. Read the rest of this entry »

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