Lyndon Hood - corrector than thou, Wellington.
Wednesday, May 01, 2013
Werewolf #39: Factual Correctness Gone Mad
In light of unspecified recent events, we thought it prudent to conduct a thorough review of recent statements to confirm their rigorous factualness.
Not just our statements – although you can imagine my shame when I discovered that nothing I had written for Werewolf during the sample period passed a basic fact check. Even the one about John Key’s cat. Oh, how I blushed.
We were more reviewing statements, generally.
In the interest of accuracy, we present some of our findings. More>>
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Gordon Campbell with a big list of reasons not to be reassured about Anadarko
Labels: Colin Craig, Erewhon, moonbeam, nz politics, satire
Lyndon Hood - meat grinder, Wellington
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Lyndon Hood - in (con)text, Wellington
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Lyndon Hood - was on holiday when I put this up but back now
Monday, January 07, 2013
Satire, editorial images and the occasion piece of non-news from The Year Of All The People In The News Basically Being A Bit Useless...
As part of worldwide action against Megaupload.com, police raid Kim Dotcom's Coatesville mansion, making arrests and seizing property. "Well that went rather well: sorted," police sources report.
Prime Minister John Key proposes 'keeping things interesting' with a year-long game of Tory Roulette, where National ministers take turns shooting their mouth off... More>>
Labels: images, nz politics, photochopping, satire, satirists
Lyndon Hood - chef de rire, Wellington
Monday, December 17, 2012
Lyndon Hood - semi-frictional, Wellington
Friday, November 30, 2012
Until recently, like most people, I had assumed that politics in New Zealand was mostly made up on the spot.
I even thought it was actual people arguing about the governance of a real country – though I admit nobody said so explicitly.
But the evidence is now too strong. I have to face the painful truth that it’s all scripted.
Sure, it’s still entertaining, but I’ve found the storylines and the behaviour of the characters less and less realistic. More>>
From Werewolf 36
Labels: nz politics, satire, the hobbit