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Cappuccino Dreams. (Thinks) "Dang, I keep gettin' these barrels mixed up." (Says) "What the heck is that? A new rug for the Oval Office?" "No Sir, It's Helen Clark from New Zealand, grovelling for a Free Trade Agreement." But, (Thinks) "Grrr, jilted again!" Later at Brisbane Airport. "I could advise on love and kindness..." "Yeah well, we're pretty well over all that hippy crap. Gotta dash. Hot date!" Later in Beijing. "What's that, a new rug for the Imperial Palace?" "No Excellency, it's Helen Clark from New Zealand grovelling for a Free Trade Agreement." Sadly to be cont'd. 2 July, 2007
'Cappuccino Dreams'. 'News 6.4.08 - Will Kiwisaver providers do as the NZ Superannuation Fund has & invest in the manufacture of nuclear weapons and cluster bombs?' 'NZ Super Fund. Nukes & cluster bombs have given great returns! Now for Kiwisaver mmm...' 'It's kinda weird... when the security of our future... is ensured by things that ensure others have no future!' April, 2008
Cappuccino Dreams. "What's this frozen dump?" "It's the South Island Prime Minister" "Who are these stiffs?" "They're a typical South Canterbury family Prime Minister ... For two weeks now they've been without- Dancing with the Stars, hair-driers' tele-marketers' T.V. Dinners, door-knocking Evangelists, meter-readers, dish-washer repairmen, lava lamps - oh, there you are Prime Minister" "Why so worried Don?" "They were nice ... more fun that the 4hr. outage Jaffas!" 30 June, 2006
Cappuccino Dreams. "I just realised the provocative power I possess. Who should fire up this issue?! I'm guaranteed a reaction if I draw religious figures. Sex would probably get a response. Violence probably wouldn't. Political barbs can go unnoticed. Humour is very subjective. The world needs a shot of something ... and I've got the power to deliver it ... after I snooze on the mat a bit" "Looks like a do-do! HA HA That's his best one yet!" 16 March, 2006
Cappuccino Dreams. "You all know how much I love the arts and how generously I fund them ... especially wanky ones where I can be photographed in the foyer. However, many perceive artists as an indolent lot and some economizing has been called for. Much of the rendering could be done by the unemployed ... or by visiting backpackers. Rest assured, the arts will survive - even if it's in a Kiwi D.I.Y. sort of way!" 27 April, 2005
Cappuccino dreams. "Sir Ed's dead! The nation needs a new hero to inspire it during election year! Someone who reaches pinnacles... A man of few words... Who says droll things like 'We knocked the bastard off'." "We have a name Prime Minister, Trevor McDermott, Riccarton, Chch." "Find him! Put him on a pedestal! So I can launch my campaign with him!" And so..."The Labour Party proudly announces NZ's newest hero...! ?!.. "Reaches pinnacles... few words?" "He 'gets high' and has a 'small vocabulary'." "Says things like 'knocked the bastard off'?" "Says he 'knocked a bottle store off'." "AARGH!" February, 2008.
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