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Queen of Nothing.

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:32 am Mon 20th March 2006


Stuff Link:,2106,3605992a1861,00.html

Of all the titles a woman can earn in this land of female superiority — governor-general, prime minister, chief justice — surely the most delightful is Staunchest Pitbull. I covet it.

Of all the titles a woman can earn in this land of female superiority,
the ultimate prize has yet to be claimed — Queen of Nothing.


  1. Damning stuff indeed!!

    Comment by Mark Lloyd — Mon 20th March 2006 @ 7:42 am

  2. With comment like this perhaps its time we men get some of these positions of superiority back into the hands of men to create a bit of equalty as these same women once wanted.{I never voted labour.}

    Comment by DAVE L — Mon 20th March 2006 @ 5:31 pm

  3. The things you notice …
    The news had an article about a new Toyota add, which has been subject to several complaints.

    It’s the one featuring the tussle between man & woman (I don’t want to be presumptive by calling them husband and wife, or even partners) over the keys to their new toyota vehicle.

    But what I noticed was a framed newspaper headline on the wall, presumably at Toyota Sales centre, or whtever they call themselves.

    Featuring a headline regarding the infamous ‘Bugger’ ad.

    A sub-headline promounced the new attorney general as a woman.

    Perhaps the headlines should have been the other way around.

    Comment by Al D Rado — Mon 20th March 2006 @ 6:49 pm

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