Friday, March 5, 2010

ZenTiger Friday Night Free for All

It's Friday. I've hundreds of unread emails to go through, my personal accounts are way overdue, heaps of work stacked up with deadlines all over the show. Far too busy to blog, but then I thought, well, it's Friday.

In celebration of the coming weekend, tonight all comments made on this blog are free. Just quote voucher code A12543. Offer available for a limited time only, no refunds, no rain checks and offer void where prohibited.

So, freedom of speech tonight at no cost. What a bargain. You don't get that everyday in your standard democracy. Now I'm off to order Pizza. Offer code 60506 - Domino's online special, Classic Range only $6.90 pick up. Get one to go with your blog visit.

9 comment(s):

leftrightout said...

A12543

OK, just seen the news that god doesn't want Brian Tamaki to be poor. Where can I sign up? This is mY sort of god, one that just generates wealth without akll the guilt and baggage.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10630126

You can't make THAT stuff up.

Ozy Mandias said...

Zen Tiger just read an article in The New Scientist Mag about pizza. Half written the blog but will have to post it later. It turns out not everything is equal with pizza cutting, you maybe getting less if you share your pizza with someone else.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Good Evening Zen and everyone, from the sunkissed Hibiscus Coast.

I also just saw Close Up with Brian Tamaki.
I am amused at the thought of ATMs in churches.
Can you imagine in England's green and pleasant land the CofE hacking holes in the walls of its most ancient places of worship.
Now, didn't Christ chase the moneychangers out of the temple.
I wonder if he would chase away Tamaki?
You bet he would.

Anyway, to pizza. Don't you think Hell's Pizzas are better?

Here I Stand said...

Evening all! Mmmm pizza, pity I am now 30km away from pizza shop and the fuel budget is starting to get too high... marrows from the garden and jacket potatoes it is then.

ZenTiger said...

Evening all. Just finished my $6.90 pizza (Mushrooms, Fresh Tomato, Oregano and Spinach under Moz. Cheese. Very nice. Just needed Pepperoni, but being Friday, I was busy exercising my will power.

Pepperoni versus my iron will. It was a very close call.

You will be relieved to hear though Ozy that I didn't have to share it. Not that I wouldn't of course (there was no pepperoni on it, chose your battles, I always say).

I've missed the Tamaki story, I heard something about him wanting funds for TV advertising. All that evangelicalism requires money. As long as it is voluntary I suppose, although when he starts to ask for as much as the pokie machines demand, then I think people need to say "enough".

Oswald Bastable said...

I think that Tamaki must have read 'Stranger in a Strange land' once too often!

He thinks he is Foster!

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Close up had Teresa Gattung on as well.
She thinks Telecom bosses are overpaid and that she had a harder time because she was a woman!

Anyway, here's a tale from Broken Britain.

Guy has eight kids to eight different women and says he should not have to contribute towards their upkeep!!

http://atangledweb.squarespace.com/httpatangledwebsquarespace/young-macdonald-had-a-baby-farm.html

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Close up had Teresa Gattung on as well.
She thinks Telecom bosses are overpaid and that she had a harder time because she was a woman!

Anyway, here's a tale from Broken Britain.

Guy has eight kids to eight different women and says he should not have to contribute towards their upkeep!!

http://atangledweb.squarespace.com/httpatangledwebsquarespace/young-macdonald-had-a-baby-farm.html

ZenTiger said...

He apparently can't contribute - bad back and on a small benefit too.

It really stretches my humanity to let idiots like him run around exercising their "freedom" to stuff up other people's lives.

He has responsibilities and the UK is allowing him to evade them with no consequences. The mothers have responsibilities, and they appear to be ignoring them also. The kids pay the price, and perpetuate the cycle from having no good role models. It's a big discussion, bigger I think than the current one of "give them even more money to be sterilised and hope that removes the problem."

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