Skink took the trouble of making up a Paul Murray/Idi Amin pic for me to celebrate the ex editor of the West Australian’s incomprehensible column today, during which he takes on the persona of Idi Amin(!) I didn’t want to waste it, so combined it with the comment text of one of the many Paul Murray satirists out there Paul Nurry. I assume you are fine to have your comment elevated to post status Mr Nurry.
Paul Nurry says…
Let me say at the outset, that I Paul Nurry am the expert on dark humour. At first blush it may seem that I Paul Nurry am, methinks, at the outset, bereft of humour, but when it comes to our coloured dictatorial bretheren of the African persuasion from 40 years ago, I Paul Nurry am the King, General, Commander in Chief and Voodoo Chile.
Some at first blush may say that at the outset, I Paul Nurry have yet to be found researching any topic I write about, substituting knowledge and research with blowhardiness, arrogance and the cut and paste function. This, let me say at the outset is crap. I researched heavily on this topic. It methinks matters not that I mistook the magazine I was talking about. Private eye? Punch? Who gives a shit? Certainly not I Paul Nurry who has total control over phrases like “at first blush” and “let me say at the outset…”. I Paul Nurry researched this topic heavily, firstly getting down with teh kids, who informed me, Paul Nurry, that Idi Amin was a hot topic with hip rappers, cork soakers and mud skippers on the streets of Allen park, where I Paul Nurry maintain my Kraal. (And let me say at the outset that I meant to write teh not the.)
I also rented the entire series of Love thy Neighbour, a groundbreaking current British TV series, I believe at first blush written by Ben Elton and Lenny Henry. It is so hot and cutting edge that Allen Park Blockbuster had it hidden under the counter with the David Irving speeches.
Ooga booga. there I’ve said it. Let Kevin Rudd and his Green mafia gainsay that. At first blush. And Lazy Aussie, you can fuck yourself writing in this blog that I Paul Nurry should be sacked. Armstrong wanted to sack I Paul Nurry, but his mummy wouldn’t let him sack I Paul Nurry.
Amin to that, me Paul Nurry.
Stupidly, Murray has linked the text.