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Fri 19th October 2007

Self rape or just a wanker?

Filed under: General — Julie @ 9:32 pm

I am watching ‘Eating media lunch’ right now because something has totally caught my attention.

It is a new disorder and our TV’s will be showing commercials for it and the disorder will be named as one of the things the “Dancing with the Stars” will be using as a charity to give donations to as a winner.

It is also something the Pharmaceutical companies are cashing in on and the Maori.

It is self rape. It is mastibation. And it is soon to be not only an illness but worth a prison sentence if some get their way.

One of the speakers demands that we throw these people in prison.

I couldn’t find a lot of information on it but they did give a drug to another speaker which sounds just like a Psychotic drug which makes you incompetent but then you can dislike the other side effects and pay $160 to the Maori for a bottled natural product.

Even one of our well known actors in NZ are presenting the campaign on TV commercials because the Mad Butcher declined.

And the commercials are already on the air in Australia.

Related link that I could find in a hurry.

Pubmed

14 Responses to “Self rape or just a wanker?”

  1. Benjamin Easton. says:

    I saw a bit of the programme last. I didn’t connect because I haven’t watched Eating Media Lunch before.

    Coming up to auckland I brought some reading with me. The last Hansard, Te Reo Maori course and a TIME magazine January 29th 2007: On the brain, a users guide, which I have been reading to the exclusion of the others.

    Effectively if the article is to be taken as present philosophy, although I am sure by now it is well dated, there are two problems to figure. An easy problem and a hard provblem. For the point of correlation to your post Julie, I’ll rewrite the words they used, because they have got them wrong. This is why they cannot figure out the answer. I call them a hard problem and a soft problem.

    ‘The soft problem is knowing how God works, and the hard problem is knowing God’.

    Now, if history repeats itself, then there should be very few who will have figured out what I just said, and I apologise for this. Yet, obviously, difficult times require complex equations.

    Your being knocked off boys – buy some viagra, while its still cheap.

    Benjamin Easton.

  2. JohnP says:

    Eating Media Lunch is satire.

    This show will presumably be available on from the TVNZ Archive sometime soon.

  3. Neo says:

    Eating Media Lunch is SATIRE, i.e. the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.

    He’s just pulling your leg and using the same pattern used for TV ads for mental illness. That’s why he made the comment about finding “celebrities” to be the spokespersons for the cause.

    Don’t believe everything you watch on TV.

    Cheers!

  4. julie says:

    I hear you Neo. I do however take this seriously because I have read some sites discussing it. Unfortunately they are not exactly menz material.

    We will have to wait and see I guess.

  5. Hans Laven says:

    Sigh

  6. Bevan Berg says:

    Wait for the movie “a convenient lie” about climax change.

  7. julie says:

    Wait for the movie “a convenient lie” about climax change.

    hehehe I can do with a good laugh early in the morning.

  8. MikeT says:

    I wouldn’t waste the electricity watching EML.

  9. Benjamin Easton says:

    Fiddling with a candle in the dark? 🙂

  10. Patrick says:

    Yes EML is satire. Please use a dictionary to look up satire if this term confuses you. This blog has brought me much mirth. Please keep up good work.

    PS Eating Media Lunch is perhaps the best thing on Television. If you disagree with this statement then you are either a brainwashed christian or have no sense of humour.

  11. Benjamin Easton says:

    You have me at a disadvantage whether or not intentional. The disadvantage is that the Library facility, does not follow a link and only sports the primary message. This is consistent with the fact that you haven’t been clear.

    […] may well be clear for you yet if you “pingback” further as consistent to my writing especially when compared to my last comment/question on how will people respond, those who have power, when they are asked of themselves “am I corrupt?”

    So until you ping back to relate to any justification as objectively defined, where the purpose of return is to reduce the power from those kicking the public interest, (as until it is dead), the power can and will obviously continue to kick the public interest: until it is dead.

    I figure and continue to suggest, that those who are the most adverse to what I am saying, by generality, are most likely those with the most to lose when the objective principles are at their clearest and most defined: If intended, no offence taken.

  12. Allan Harvey says:

    John can you see to this spammer and his/her bogus advertising. I could say I’m already hung like a horse but that is neither true nor my aspiration.

  13. JohnP says:

    Thanks for the “heads up” Alan, the advertisement has been removed. I doubt if it was bogus though, I have some pretty sophisticated anti-spam scripts running which means this was almost certainly a real person who is paid to visit blogs and create links to commercial websites.

    I get sent dozens of penis-enlargement offers by email every day, presumably enough gullible men respond to make businesses like this possible. In my experience, I don’t believe many women would really consider a man being “hung like a horse” an advantage, although I suppose there might be some.

    In any case, if you do send them money you probably just get sent a brick and a length of string!

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