In this three-hour long bonus bonanza, the panel traverses a riveting cornucopia contemporary issues including racially-segregated performance art at Melbourne University, racist tourism commercials from Queensland, coming corporate sedition legislation, Ramsaycucks cuck again and ad-hoc film analysis of the the Aussie film greats with tortuous relationships with telephones, Mel and Russell.
The panel slogs through the news gaining empirical data on whether cynicism or edgy humour is the better coping mechanism. Direct Download
The panel relays their disappointment in the news about GI Janes, Luke Foley's faux-pas regarding "white flight" out of Western Sydney, the Ramsay Foundation's impotence and shares some amusement with Barnaby Joyce's latest antics.
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This week, Chau Chak Wing and the Royal Wedding.
This week: Melbourne madness, the pit bull question, the Archibald price, the sassy Yassy report, PONZI posting and more.
This week, the Dingoes are joined by Hershel From Brisbane and the renowned Lauritz Von Guildhausen of Minutes From the Death Camp and The Third Rail fame. Lauritz regales the Dingoes of the promise land of hyperborean Norway and cover this week's POZ and PONI posting.
For the first hour, we cover Aboriginal narratives reaching the end of the line, Australian Neo-Nazi foreign fighters and in the second hour, we focus on the Banking Royal Commission. What a surprise, banks with exorbitant profits are exploitative, imagine my shock.
This week is the Dingoes' yearly ANZAC retrospective, we cover the new attacks on the day, how it is still relevant to us as a people and it's future. In the second half of the show, we cover some local Victorian POZ and question the viability of restoring any part of the state not just greater Melbourne, required PONZI posting and the Incel uprising in Canada.Continue Reading …
Shire, Digger and Gus discuss bushfires, regional boomers, Bugmen narratives and Syria
The panel examines their learnings from the the Race Commissioner's appearance on The Drum, the perils of denying girls Lebanese undercuts, the absolute state of the BBC and the path to immenatize the brown-talent-singularity.