This is the first episode of this podcast for nearly three months, and what I foretold has come to pass.
“‘President Trump’, get used to saying it,” I first warned you on 5 November 2015, a full year before the US elections.
Told you so.
It’s not really a matter of careful what you wish for, because I wasn’t wishing for this. I just foresaw this new era in human history. I can indeed see through time, and you people really do need to start recognising this simple fact.
Continue reading “The 9pm End of the World, Probably”
My week of Monday 16 to Sunday 22 January 2017 was another one that I need to rush through today. No details.
Articles, Podcasts, Corporate Largesse
[Photo: Metaphor, photographed near the supermarkets in Katoomba, Blue Mountains, on 25 January 2017.]
We face up to the inevitable reality of a Trump presidency. We discover a new personal preference that everyone should have. And, well, the inevitable happened. You’ll know when you hear it.
Continue reading “The 9pm Public House Forum 4”
What is the proper position to assume in contemporary media? What is the best way to describe the discussion in this podcast?
This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at the Hurstville Ritz Hotel in Hurstville on Saturday 4 June 2016. There’s talk of satire, Tony Abbott, Donald Trump, Malcolm Turnbull, refugees, cartoons, BuzzFeed, human rights.
Continue reading “The 9pm Public House Forum 3”
Planet Earth is dissolving into a replay of the Middle Ages. Crusader Rabbit is off his leash, with more mouth foam than a rabid dog full of dishwashing liquid.
In this podcast, there’s talk of cybercrime, civilisation, sodomy, and probing up the jaxie. Nicholas Fryer ponders the strange days of Australian politics. And there’s just a little too much information about teapots.
Continue reading “The 9pm Garden of Hate”