Thursday, 18 October 2007

E-pistling down

Can't decide which is more exciting:

1. The hand-stapled three-page letter I received from David Rhodes of Perth, enclosing five cents as a token of his sincerity, inviting me to join him in a "legitimate opportunity" that's "perfectly legal", and promising me that "within 60 days [my] life will too be transformed" (damn straight it will; this five cents and I won't be looking back);

2. The email from the Citizens Electorial Council of Australia, sealed with the holy earwax of Americanian Statesperson Lyndon LaRouche, beguiling my vote with promises to abolish rivers and support nuclear power (how did they know?);*

3. The wholesale enspamulation of this very website with advertisements for the complete World of Warcraft collectable collectors' items with free World of Warcraft organic tofu replica battleaxe for only $199.95 which I will be painstakingly deleting just as soon as the 'puter and I have a spare five hours.


* Oh, all right then, and with some sensible policies about opposing anti-terror laws, but let us not to the telling of good stories admit impediments.

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Martin Kingsley said...

There goes my plan to prove video games a valid and intellectually stimulating late 20th-century art form.

alexis said...

Aaaaaaaaaarggghhhhhhh. GO AWAY, WORLD OF WARCRAFT.

Maria said...

wow.

hmmm, I feel my next comment has been swamped already, but I'm going to make it.

I think we've made a link, Alexis. (though World Of Warcrafts outdone me in that area)

I've seen the 5c letter too. Partners?

Perhaps we can go hunting in the 10c shop.

Ten cents, it's a lot of money. You get five cents here, you get five cents there, you pool them together, go to the ten cents shop, buy something you REALLY like!

Maria said...

Not sure if that's better than my emails from Senator Steve Fielding of Family First begging for my phone number so he can chat cosily about party policy all night. I think you've got the edge on me, sista.

prude said...

poor alexis. World of Warcraft is liking your blog too much.

Popularity and fame, it is a two-edged sword i is thinking.

I knows it. I has been experiencing it much meself. Ahh dear. I extend my sympathies.

I will show my support by not playing any World of Warcraft games, today at least.