Friday, 10 October 2014

Lame Celebrity Sightings

I saw my slightest most loved Australian Idol ever today! No, not Kate "Have You Called Jenny Yet?" Deraugo, yet Damien Leith. He is the most puzzling of all Australian Idol victors, as I would see it. I thought Jess Mauboy ought to have won that year, however I never truly kicked up much of a stink about it on the grounds that I missed the last because of schoolies. That was fun, particularly the time one of my companions turned around his auto into a wall, got out, reviewed the harm, and afterward headed out. He was calm, as you may have guessed.

Anyway definitely. Damien Leith was strolling around in these tight dark jeans and this faltering o shirt that I think I may have seen at Myer or Roger David or some place. I didn't get a nearby up perspective of his teeth to perceive how fake his new set of chompers look, darn.

Hm, my star sightings constantly have a tendency to be a bit weak. I saw the Veronicas a short time back, likewise by chance (ie. I wasn't at a show or anything, that wouldn't number, and as though I'd be seen dead at a Veronica's show. Thirteen year old emos the extent that the eye can see, likely) and I was attempting to evaluate which one was Lisa so I could pay her out for dating an enormous Christian virgin softcock like Dean Geyer. What's the purpose of having a hot beau on the off chance that he's excessively stifled unadulterated to need to fitting your vadge?

Monday, 4 March 2013


Wookiee, a tall, hairy humanoid species in the Star Wars fictional universe.
Wookey, a village and civil parish 2 miles from Wells in Somerset, England.
Wookey Hole, a village close to Wells in Somerset, England.
Wookey Hole Caves, a show cave and tourist attraction in the village of Wookey Hole.
Wookey Station, a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest between Wells and Wookey Hole in Somerset, England.
Wookie, a term for snipers in the video game Battlefield: Bad Company 2, so named because of the resemblance between the game's camouflage suit and the Star Wars species.
Wookie, an abbreviated name for the South Korean pop star, Ryeowook.
Wookie, a UK garage musician.
Wiki-Wiki-Wookie, a term coined by John Green of the vlogbrothers on what to call wiki pages.

Friday, 13 July 2012


The Wookiees, whose name for themselves translated to the People of the Trees, were a species of hairy bipedal humanoids that were inhabitants of the planet Kashyyyk. One of the most noteworthy members of the species was Chewbacca, Han Solo's best friend and co-pilot, who played a vital role in the Galactic Civil War and afterwards.

Thursday, 17 April 2008

B-b-b-Barack-a makes me b-b-bounce!

Even though I kind of lean toward Hillary for this year's (mega-exhausting, but also mega-exhilarating) presidential campaign, I've noticed that the media is counter-intuitively biased totally against Barack Obama. I think generally that he's a good candidate, yet for whatever reason he seems to cop so much more than Clinton or McCain. And what he does cop is infinitely more rubbishy and stupid than what the others have had to deal with. Here's my take on some of the total non-issues that have annoyingly cropped up over the duration of the campaign thus far:

NON ISSUE: Barack Obama states the total obvious about America's redneck population. "They cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations." This is controversial... why? And it makes him an elitist... WHY? American rednecks, get over yourself. Ooh, what's that? You've got guns, and can shoot me? Real mature, Bradley.

And 'elitist' is so not a bad thing to be. I'm an elitist, and proud.

NON ISSUE: Barack Obama attends a church where the reverend says something retarded occasionally. Uh, does it perhaps register in the tiny minds of people who actually give a shit about this stuff that maybe his church-going is more about the sense of community and solidarity with the people in the pews, not necessarily the person at the altar? This is a good example of the media (curse that Jew-controlled, fag-loving liberal media!) applying one standard to one candidate, and another standard to pretty much everyone else. People like Pat Robertson, who John McCain once described as an agent of intolerance, say retarded shit ALL THE TIME, and yet presidential candidates lap up his endorsement (and that of the other countless religious tools in the US), and nobody gives a shit. Why is this any different? Shut up, American media.

And the dumbest one of all....


Not even worth the bother. See above.

(PS -- wow, I'm becoming quite the topical blogger! Next week on BMW: Jacob bitches about the US sub-prime mortgage crisis.)