10 April 2006

the sounds of silence

No post tonight as I am contemplating the human condition. Feel free to comment, particularly if you are a friend - I know I've got some. Actually, I don't feel bad about last night's contretemps.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

we all love you phil, you know that.

now wheres my beer.

chris

Anonymous said...

Hello Darkness my old friend - I've come to blog with you again..........Sorry, indulgence satisfied!



Well - what can one say in the wake of your last commentator? Such a jarring dose of vulgar and over-opinionated reality! I was somewhat reluctant to accept the argument our boys are struggling to define their machismo in a post-feminist world (Australian Magazine, 8 April 2006) - but after GMB's stunningly pointless tirade, I am suddenly omniscient on this issue.......Poor darling - clearly struggling with his feminine side.



Come on Phil......time to yank the chain again!

Annie M said...

We all have our off days Phil: when the sun plays hide and seek, those darn birds chirpin' irritates the cr@p out of you, and the idea that TV fat cats run children's movies late on a Sunday night really irks you. But then...it comes. An episode of Stripperella. Tune in my friend. All seems much better when you know Pammy Anderson is really a masked super-hero.

Anonymous said...

We all have our off days Phil: when the sun plays hide and seek, those darn birds chirpin' irritates the cr@p out of you, and the idea that TV fat cats run children's movies late on a Sunday night really irks you. But then...it comes. An episode of Stripperella. Tune in my friend. All seems much better when you know Pammy Anderson is really a masked super-hero.

Annie

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