Thursday, September 06, 2007

Those fences again

I announced in an earlier post - Launching ‘Off Broadway’ – an annex to accommodate my overflow material. It will host most of the Australian election 2007 comment, but I’ve since decided it has a role to carry a few picture essays.

With the APEC obscenity well underway in Sydney I have developed a fixation with fences and guns. When I grew up in that beautiful city fences and guns were synonymous with the bad guys, I wonder if anything has changed.

Forget porn, these are the most obscene graphics I’ve ever seen. Well except for seeing our leaders behind bars - see the rest at Fences and guns in Sydney on the annex ‘Off Broadway’.

There are more fun adventures of our various leaders to come, so stay tuned.

Latest news:

Eleven members of a TV comedy team were ‘detained’ in Sydney after conducting a fake motorcade through the city. Chaser team member Chris Taylor told that the motorcade comprised "three cars, a couple of motorbikes, and a lot of crew". "It was a motorcade trying to get into the exclusion zone," he said.

The Chaser convoy had been dressed up to look like an official Canadian motorcade, with Canadian flags attached to the cars and "Canada'' signs visible in the front windscreen.

"No particular reason we chose Canada," said Taylor. "We just thought they'd be a country who the cops wouldn't scrutinise too closely, and who feasibly would only have three cars in their motorcade - as opposed to the 20 or so gas guzzlers that Bush has brought with him."

I can’t show the footage of that particular exercise, but I can recommend their show which aired earlier this week. Watch the videos here

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