Q. Am I Australia’s best blogger?

A. Yes.

Or B. No…

Buggered if I know. I do know that some mob in Sydney is running a competition, IT HAS PRIZES AND EVERYTHING and YOU can nominate and vote for MY blog very easily and simply by going to their website thing.


NB. Entries close on March 28; finalists are announced on April 23; the People’s Choice Award closes on April 30 and I WIN ON INTERNATIONAL WORKERS’ DAY AKA MAY DAY.

See also : Australia’s Best Political Blogs (February 14, 2011).

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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8 Responses to Q. Am I Australia’s best blogger?

  1. Lumpen says:

    Vote #1 Whitelaw Towers.

  2. @ndy says:

    It is pretty damn good. I mean, if you a) like Hitler and b) don’t like Jews.

  3. a face in the crowd, or, a cry in the wilderness says:

    I have a problem philosophically and practically with calling anything ‘the best.’ Where there’s overstatement like this you’ll generally find bulldust and a desire to deceive.

    I don’t have a problem describing things more realistically – for instance, crap, inadequate, adequate or some other relativized descriptor.

    Thus I vote @ndy’s blog to be an ‘adequate blog’ (which is pretty good, really).

  4. @ndy says:

    I believe your comment may be regarded as being sufficient to the task of providing the reader a proximate summary of your views.

    Also yes, I agree: my blog is indeed the. best. evah.

  5. a face in the crowd, or, a cry in the wilderness, or, a whisper upon the wind says:

    Upon re-deconstructing the question I have modified my view as follows:

    @ndy’s blog is the best that has ever been and, quite possibly, that ever will be.

  6. a whisper in the wilderness, a cry upon the wind, or a hope dashed on the rocks of bad fortune says:

    The De Niro version was a little too drama-imbued for this simple anarcho-human, and reduced Nietzsche to a crude advocate of vengeful violence.

    The earlier Robert Mitchum version was much more earthly and realistically menacing and, wisely, made no mention of Nietzsche.

    Speaking of Nietzsche:

    “I hate to follow and I hate to lead. Obey? Oh no! And govern? No indeed! Only who dreads himself inspires dread.”

  7. . says:

    What!?! Mate – don’t waste our time with this shit. It’s not even funny.

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