Lard Causes Ulcers

15 March, 2007

The “tub of lard” leader of the political party that wishes New Zealand to return to the same cannabalistic stone-age culture that Captain Cook found the Maori in, Tariana Turia, proves just what a racist shit-bag she is recently, when her and the bunch of nuts in her party called for limits on immigration from Western countries, accusing the Government of trying to stop the “browning of New Zealand”.


Tub of Lard                                     Turia



Notes to tub of lard:

  • Every time you refer to “our people” as being distinct from New Zealanders, you’re being a racist shit-bag.
  • Mentioning colour in your comments shows you most definitely are a racist shit-bag.
  • The criminals in this country are almost exclusively Maori, so people may be forgiven for thinking that the de-browning of NZ would be a good thing.
  • However, most poeple also realise that if you bring up a Maori in a decent household, he’ll be a decent bloke: it’s your racist, sexist, criminal, stone-age, exclusive, violent, un-self-controlled “culture” that breeds criminals. Look to that before you look anywhere else.

I happened to be on the same aeroplane as the tub of lard last week, and I almost thought it worthwhile to pull out my mobile phone and make a call during the flight, so as to “interfere with the navigation instruments on the craft”, thereby causing it to plumment from the sky in a molten fireball, simply to rid the world of the tub of lard. But then I couldn’t be bothered and ate my Air New Zealand biscuit like a good little passenger.

Note to self:

  • Stop paying attention to New Zealand news stories that feature politics, or you’ll give yourself an ulcer.

Will Wright Talks About “Spore” at SXSW

15 March, 2007

Will Wright, creator of  the Sims and SimCity series, and the man behind the upcoming game “Spore”, which promises to simulate the development of species through open-ended user-guided evolution, has spoken at SXSW (the interactive, film and music festival and conference in Texas, USA). The folks over at Wonderland have transcribed much of what he said, and it makes me really, really want this game.

When it comes out, I may even have to buy a new Mac, install Windoze on it, and then buy the Windoze version of the game, just so I don’t have to wait the 3 months to 9 nine years we normally have to wait.

Of course, it’s all ridiculously ambitious, and won’t be nearly as good as it is in the imagination, but this bloke has always pushed the boundaries of games. Without things like this, we’d be stuck with ever-increasingly realistic first person shooters (and yet in none of them will you be able to look down and see your own feet…)