Sunday, January 21, 2007

The safety of being out of range

There’s nothing like a big friend (or two) to watch over you…

From the Fight Dem Back Criminal Gangsters’ Forum:

Joined: 14 Jan 2007
Posts: 7
Location: NSW
Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 2:50 pm

“Slightly OT: The Steyne Hotel, Manly, eh? As a regular attendee of said hotel myself, I wonder how those guys must feel having to get past all the Tongan bouncers? Maybe I should let my favourite bouncer (my ex-bf but we're still friends) know about this!!”

Ah yes, the time honoured Darpist tactic, pioneered by Darp himself, of running to the school bullies and snitching on the other kids in the yard. “Those boys over there are “RACISTS” and they hate you! They say you stink! Why don’t you go and bash them?” This way the Darpist enjoys a degree of separation from the ‘unfortunate events’ and is safely out of range when the claret starts to flow.

Joined: 14 Jan 2007
Posts: 12
Location: NSW
Posted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 1:31 pm

“Have mentioned this to the Tongan bouncer/ex-bf. He wants to know what they look like (he immediately thought they might look like real skinheads but if they did, they'd never have got in in the first place!!!). Any descriptors? Or is this going too far? I don't want to start trouble... not much anyway. I just want them refused entry. Even on the most dubious grounds.

The term ‘ex-bf’ obviously indicates ex-boyfriend. Now in a normal, well adjusted world, sans queers and genital depilating metrosexuals, this would indicate the writer is female. However, we are dealing here with FDB so the author could be anything from a transsexual new age witch (Hi Blackrose!) to a hermaphrodite, to a reconstructed post feminist wharfie!

“I just want them refused entry. Even on the most dubious grounds.”

Dear oh dear! Isn’t that grossly unfair discrimination? That would surely constitute denying them their civil liberties under several international covenants, of which Australia is a signatory, would it not? Besides, what have these people ever done to you, ‘colours’? You do not even know them.