Saturday, July 9, 2011

Uh well, uh, I think that mixing pills and alcohol is a bad thing

Which is about all I can think of to say after reading this outburst.
It's like a wormhole has opened in the universe and we've gone back to 1950's.
I think all we could logically say is Get fucked, Mr, Ansell. Your racist shit is not really part of New Zealand and I hope you can get help"
This is the ACT party advertising person and a party member, here. They are the Governments right hand friends.
Fucking hell.

12 comments:

vacuumslayer said...

I know it's wrong to be comforted that there are horrible morons in other countries. Still...

USA IS STILL NUMBA 1!SUCK IT, WORLD!!!!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I was just about to think of something smartass to say, and then I read the link.

Now all I can say is, "I'm not sure even Pat Buchanan would say stuff like that...in public, anyways."
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Another Kiwi said...

That's what gets me too Thundra. There's no attribution about where he said it, so I don't know quite what is going on.

VS, we cannot compete with the home grown A-grade loonies that the US produces but this arse would seem to be appear to be in training for it at least.

M. Bouffant said...

OK, one less nation on the emigration list.

The irony of complaining N.Z. is being "Maori-ized" is too fucking much.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Uh well, uh, I think that mixing pills and alcohol is a bad thing

Fuck you. My name's Beyonce and I am here to party.

mikey said...

The thing about mixing pills and alcohol is you have to put a little thought into it. First, you have to determine what sensations your seeking, then you have to apply the right dosages. Obviously, Dexamyl Spansules and many, many martinis is an easy one. More challenging is to step outside the pills and alcohol paradigm and do mushrooms and china white.

Me? Well, my preference always ran to 10mg Valiums, White Crosstops, two thousand mics of LSD and Seagrams Seven (mixed with 7up in a concoction known far and wide as "Seven and Seven") consumed as quickly as possible as the peak approaches.

Go ask Alice...

mikey said...

That's the combination that allowed me to turn a 7-11 on B Street in San Rafael into a drive through one night. In a driving rainstorm.

With the top down.

Whee!!!!

Smut Clyde said...

Asked how a "radical" was defined, he said: "People who want everything all the time."

This is coming from an ACT activist. Really he is warning against 'radicals' other than himself.

An advert he considered tamer had been chosen and ran in the Weekend Herald yesterday. It asked: "Fed up with pandering to Maori radicals?"

Of course the reason why the National Government is in a position of power where it needs to pander to the Maori Party is that ACT is supporting it. In coalition with the Maori Party.

The best thing about all this is that at least one side has to lose.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

He's fed up with those Maori immigrants taking his... uh, I'll get back to you on this...

On a serious note, he's really a knuckle dragger. I hope his line of crap doesn't have any 'legs'.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

For no apparent reason, I'm putting this here.
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mikey said...

Doods in those kinds of gas masks are inherently hilarious.

Even if they're serious.

I had a full-head Gorilla mask with a gas mask mounted on its face, and I gotta tellya, that combo got me laid more often than, say, my smooth style...

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

so paramilitary cop dude will at least be laughing as he is beaten senseless with a stick.