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.

YO! VOTE FOR ME ME ME ME ME IN THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS! CLICK on the link below eh!

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 2021 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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