The Damage Done

I’m glad to be getting out of the scene, because this is what we have become.  Vegemite on $9 artis-anal black bread. No satire can deal with it at the moment. I’m leaving it to the Stormie Mills and the Wintons and the deserted streets of Fremantle and Subi. The registered lawns and the C&B jockeys. We tried to make a difference, but it just wasn’t enough. 

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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26 Responses to The Damage Done

  1. rottobloggo says:

    And you know the Vegemite is extra. It’s like the last 15 minutes of Weimar.

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  2. Reign of Error says:

    It’s the culinary equivalent of pushing helicopters over the side of USS Okinawa

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  3. Bento says:

    Burqua Toast. The signature breakfast for a nation in the throes of a Constitutional crisis.

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  4. Reign of Error says:

    Vibrangsty

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  5. Hutch says:

    Great to see they’ve served it on a plank of wood. Was there also milk crates for seats?

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  6. Zuben says:

    Ahem , the streets of subi have never been fuller of cars seeking places to park .

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  7. Rolly says:

    A symptom, small but significant, of the devastation that humanity is wreaking on the planet – the cutting board made from narrow strips of milled timber.
    No trees left to provide wood wide enough for the purpose.
    Society is sick, pretentious and self satisfied in its ignorance of just how the systems of the planet are intertwined and interdependent.
    I’ll not be alive to see the worst of it, but I fear for those that I leave behind.
    Life will not be easy.

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  8. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    How do you know when your toast is cooked? What would Manu do?

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  9. Petef says:

    This was at home, wasn’t it.

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  10. Big Ramifications says:

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