cfsmtb in low earth orbit

Monday, November 14, 2005

A word or two from our overlords

Image hosted by Photobucket.comMeanwhile, upstairs at the Melbournian, slowly, but surely, they drew their plans against the smogboxes

The people shut inside those cocoons (autos) with the artificial air fanned on them and rigidly subject to traffic controls are to be pitied. They have access to so little of the outdoors, even though such access may have once been the impetus for owning an auto.

Fluffy: This makes me think of one of the more bizarre excuses people come up with for not commuting to work by bike instead of car, "What about all the car exhaust? I wouldn't want to be out there in the open with all those fumes." As if the air in cars is somehow magically purified by the act of being sucked in somewhere up near the front grille (near the exhaust of the car in front of them) and run through the air conditioning or heating system.

Tiddles: Strewth, that twunt in the red Dunnydoor nearly pinballed those cyclists off the frog & toad!

Fluffy: SHITTEEE - the fuggin Dunnydoor's now busted the redlight camera.

Tiddles: Thats a cool $200 plus possible demerits...

Fluffy: Rightio, I'm dobbing this arseclown onto idiotdriver

Tiddles: Top marks there Fluffster, we must take care of our well-trained human staff. I'm off to pull in a few favours from D24.

With apologies to the kitten motherlode and the much missed genius of Ken Kifer


  • Book 'em Danno!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:58 pm, November 14, 2005  

  • Hey, according to idiotdriver, there are no idiots in South Oz. Sheeeet, I feel so much safer!!! ;-)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:31 am, November 15, 2005  

  • types something whilst half asleep. But the McGee brothers are still roaming free over there, aren't they? And Andrew Watkin's killer recently got outta the big house? fug it going back to sleepies now. fuggin storm.

    By Blogger cfsmtb, at 3:37 am, November 15, 2005  

  • Can I blame the storm on being so sleepy now, at 2:45pm?

    Damn cats. Being at home where they can't be snuggled.

    By Anonymous TimC, at 2:44 pm, November 15, 2005  

  • Cute dialogue. I, too, miss Ken Kifer. He's the one who inspired me to take up cycle touring in the first place, may he rest in peace.

    By Blogger Jill, at 7:05 pm, November 15, 2005  

  • Ahhh November Melbourne weather. Takes me back to the 80's when I lived among the heathen. You guys know how to bung on a good storm.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:12 am, November 16, 2005  

  • Those savvy real estate buying kittens surely must be eyeing the Eureka Tower. Yarra's Edge is so two years ago!

    By Anonymous J, at 11:01 am, November 16, 2005  

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