Should you trust the Government?

johnboy 27 December 2012 16

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A question asked on the pavement of O’Connor’s Banksia St wetlands.

(Perhaps demonstrating a marked difference from the graffiti of Tuggeranong.)

I’ll leave it to you dear reader, to make the case for your answer.


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Thumper Thumper 3:36 pm 02 Jan 13

Erg0 said :

Spykler said :

Still as relevant now as it was in’79.

I went to the concert last year, and it’s quite remarkable how easily the themes of the album have been adapted to the modern times, without changing a word of the lyrics.

I still prefer Meddle, though (ooh, controversial!).

To be totally honest I prefer The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.

astrojax astrojax 1:22 pm 02 Jan 13

Thumper said :

Come in here dear boy, have a cigar…

you’re gonna go far!

(my solo tune in supa’s fantastic (if i say so myself) stage version of ‘the wall’)

Erg0 Erg0 9:59 am 02 Jan 13

Spykler said :

Still as relevant now as it was in’79.

I went to the concert last year, and it’s quite remarkable how easily the themes of the album have been adapted to the modern times, without changing a word of the lyrics.

I still prefer Meddle, though (ooh, controversial!).

Spykler Spykler 4:05 pm 01 Jan 13

Antagonist said :

Even your inner-north graffiti has a snooty edge to it. And it needs way more penises around it. I still like it though.

Agreed, most Inner-north graf is illegible or obscene, so this is a massive improvement. Most of the scrawl in my local under-tunnel relates to somebody’s mum being very loose with most of the male population of the local high school (Catholic) or opportunities missed with a girl (or boy) by the name of Kim.

Antagonist Antagonist 10:12 am 29 Dec 12

Even your inner-north graffiti has a snooty edge to it. And it needs way more penises around it. I still like it though.

Vindalu Vindalu 1:23 pm 28 Dec 12

Where is the Pratt when he’s needed?

poetix poetix 9:56 am 28 Dec 12

I don’t particularly like the album, but the graffiti is good.

Breaks into quiet enjoyment of the (government created) wetlands.

Deref Deref 7:55 am 28 Dec 12

sushico said :

Great song, great album. Still think Dark Side of the Moon was better though.

Hear, hear. DSOTM was the definitive album of the 20th century, but The Wall was up there.

Duffbowl Duffbowl 7:52 am 28 Dec 12

sushico said :

Great song, great album. Still think Dark Side of the Moon was better though.

I never said I was frightened of dying.

While it was The Wall that hooked me as a teen, I agree that Dark Side was a better album. Strangely enough, the three albums that came out before I was born are my favourites, and includes a track that alludes (highly likely unintentionally) to their best known album.

“Witness the man who raves at the wall”

bundah bundah 8:51 pm 27 Dec 12

No son you can never ever trust the guvmint for they will screw you in every position imaginable!

Thumper Thumper 8:38 pm 27 Dec 12

Come in here dear boy, have a cigar…

Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 7:20 pm 27 Dec 12

Makes a welcome change from the usual “such and such is a slut” graffiti around my joint…

Instant Mash Instant Mash 5:29 pm 27 Dec 12

Tell me is something eluding you, sunshine?

Is this not what you expected to see?

Spykler Spykler 5:10 pm 27 Dec 12

Still as relevant now as it was in’79.

DoityBoid DoityBoid 4:52 pm 27 Dec 12

Of course, Mother’s gonna help build The Wall.

sushico sushico 4:45 pm 27 Dec 12

Great song, great album. Still think Dark Side of the Moon was better though.

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