Thursday, March 26, 2009

"1982 Danish porn magazine"

Who knew Andy was so well versed in Danish literature! (see last para of linked article.)

Monday, March 23, 2009

Andrew Landeryou's Diary....

This morning at 9.30 am (like every other day, except Saturday and Sunday) I get out of bed, then sit down to a hearty breakfast consisting of the family 26 piece bucket of KFC.

I then read The Australian and The Age online, paraphrase some stories, then post them onto Vexnews which I then claim as "exclusives".

I then weigh myself, and find that after all this activity I lose 0.00001 kgs. To make up for the lost weight, I then eat another family 26 piece bucket of KFC.

(Patriots may wish to finish the diary entry for the rest of the day)

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Fat people and controversy

Another fat person in a controversy.

More here.

Where it was done.

Monday, March 16, 2009

The Letter and the fingerprints that ‘they’ didn’t want Patriots to see

The above letter appeared on Vexnews on Friday last week.

Concerned Patriots are worried over who leaked the letter to Landeryou.

If it was the Liberals, then Landeryou has confirmed his affiliation.

However, we believe that non-Liberal party sources provided a copy. Closer inspection of the letter reveals very obvious and clear greasy fat fingered fingerprints. Laboratory forensic testing of the letter indicates the grease is often used in KFC restaurants, and may be from the KFC on Bourke St.

Patriots may wish to consider this more fully in comments.

(Please, no comments on the multiple grammatical errors in the Newnham letter – at least he spelled his own surname correctly on official correspondence this time).

Ps. Does anyone know whom Stepho specifically is referring to when he denigrates clients of Camberwell chiropractors and Kew coffee drinkers? Surely, some of those same people are ALP voters and members. And what of tea drinkers?

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

OECD: Computer Viruses and Other Malicious Software: A Threat to the Internet Economy (UPDATED)

Fresh from The Guardian: "Who is watching you online? Technology that tracks the websites we visit is valuable for advertising and surveillance alike – and the law controlling its use remains unclear"

The OECD has just released a report titled "Computer Viruses and Other Malicious Software
A Threat to the Internet Economy".

Patriots will want to read it for references to Vexnews. Patriots are reminded of the expose on "cookies", see label immediately below.

Monday, March 09, 2009