Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Some more essence of Devine ...

It's on with an agile, innovative meme led recovery here at the pond.

And by golly that was a good one. In its drinking days, the pond loved a good Penfolds red ...

These days only the best memes are sampled at the pond

Meanwhile, the pond would like to report on its campaign for the Daily Terrorists to can their blogs.

The pond is only here to help their business model, and the sad truth is that letting the poison of the Devine and Akker Dakker silently fester in their blogs, free of the paywall, is simply no good for anyone.

The vile poison should be billable. You can't just hand out poison willy nilly and for free.

Now as anyone paying an ounce of attention will be aware, the Devine - along with the rest of the Terrorists - has been conducting a vigorous war against David Morrison. This has reached the levels of an hysterical vendetta, and the Devine's blog has been littered with all sorts of charges ...

No doubt there will be some who will want to click on them to read them, but it's a never no mind to the pond - some like to dunk their toe in a sewer to see what it feels like too - the point being that it's all about process.

You see, today the Devine popped up with yet another blast for her crusade ...

And this was dutifully locked away behind the paywall ...

But at time of writing, it hadn't appeared on the blog!

The pond felt a surge of pleasure, because at the time the noonday sun passed the time of 12, the latest bit of crusading venom was stuck behind the paywall... 

While in the Devine's blog, the comments section for the last few days remained at "0", presumably because the Devine doesn't like to read her feedback and the Terrorists are slow to provide a moderator ...

Now the piece itself is just more of the same, though sounding ever more hysterical, if that's possible and imaginable ...

No doubt it's helping Bundaberg shift a lot of Bundie ... and Dr Seuss too ...

Now there's a lot more, but the real point's the way the "must read" splashes below show what it's like to be on the wrong end of the Devine and the Terrorists ...

And at that point, the pond tuned out. The pond is sorry, but really, what's the point in reading on?

Because it does indeed, go on and on and on and on and on ...


Sorry Morrison, you've been Devined, and as sure as the Terror turns up tomorrow, you'll be Devined again and again and again ...

But the good news is that the pond sees yet another sign that the Devine will be hidden behind a paywall and that the days of blogging at News Corp are coming to an end. These neglected flowers are wilting, so that people may be invited to pay for their daily dose of hate crusading.

Small, cold comfort, but why not splash on a little perfume to celebrate? The pond has the perfect fragrance...


  1. I wonder if that overwhelming concern of PTSD and suicide amongst soldiers will temper Devine's enthusiasm to sign Aussie troops up to the next boots on the ground campaign that arises?

    It makes you think back to those halcyon days of the Canning by-election when to speak disparagingly about an ex-serviceman was akin to treason.

    1. Warpigs always gunna do what they do.

      And war is never, never holy
      It’s just a greedy men’s dream
      And you 2-faced crusaders – Both sides are obscene.
      War is NOT made by God: it IS made by men who
      misdirect our attention while you thieves do your thing

    2. Buffy Saint Marie reads poem "The War Racket"

      WAR IS A RACKET 1935 Gen. Smedley Butler- Chapter One: War is a Racket
      "I spent thirty-three years and four months in actively military service as a member of this country's most AGILE military force ..."

      "By the end of his career, Butler had received 16 medals, five for heroism. He is one of 19 men to receive the Medal of Honor twice, one of three to be awarded both the Marine Corps Brevet Medal and the Medal of Honor, and the only Marine to be awarded the Brevet Medal and two Medals of Honor, all for separate actions."

  2. So "Charlotte" who, if she played her cards right, may have ended up a sergeant after eleven years (but most likely a corporal) is going to give the old boy a piece of her mind?

    Yeah, maybe....

    My question to "Charlotte" would be "if it was so great, why ain't you still there?"

    My two years as a National Serviceman (inc Vietnam) was complete and utter bullshit.

    Where's Devine when you need an idiot to file a quote?


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