The Feelers are a lame choice, poor RWC.

Bwahaha, I got a quote in the NZ Herald, that’s so funny. But y’know what, IT’S SO TRUE!

Why, oh why? Why pick The Feelers, they are so damn lame. The Rugby World Cup 2011 is our chance to be on the world stage. Surely there is a band more deserving of this opportunity than those old has-been boring pants The Feelers. What a wasted chance!!

The choice of a cover of Right Here, Right Now by The Feelers as a marketing jingle for the 2011 Rugby World Cup has been widely panned by New Zealanders posting on the social networking site Twitter.

“You are SO freaken’ uncool if you pick The Feelers,” wrote “bunnzy” before it was officially announced that the Christchurch band would cover the song which was first released by Jesus Jones as a single in 1990.

“Kittengloves” said the only thing that could be worse than the original version would be a cover by The Feelers, whose well-known singles include Pressure Man, Venus and Stand Up.

“At least we won’t have to hear it much..Oh no wait!”, she wrote.

What’s with all these bloody weddings?

Seriously. They are everywhere. WTF? I know about 5 couples who have gotten married in the last 2 weeks. NO FUCKING SHIT. Random as eh?

I think I’m going to die having never been married. I’m reaching level 30 this year. I will be able to wear tougher armor, carry a bigger sword and edge a little bit closer to my death.

On a side note, I’m also kinda relieved I don’t have to go through the motions. I’m disappointed and happy with where I’m at. Dating at 30? Not married at 30? A mother at 30?

Who the fuck wants to get invovled with someone with a kid? ugh. That’s a terrible though, but haunting me in the back of my head like a nagging marge simpson. go figure.

Iruno. Carry on peoples, carry on!

Bullshit sexist crap

Yeah, the budget stuff is pretty crap. It is never a good idea to be a woman working in this country, this industry. It’s now an even worse time.

Government kills pay-equity inquiries (NZ Herald)

Labour women’s affairs spokeswoman, Sue Moroney, said axing the pay investigations sent the message that women were “second-class citizens at work”.

She said the gender pay gap stood at 12 per cent in New Zealand, and strong advocacy was required to close it.

That’s another step backwards for this country.