Wednesday, December 29, 2010


I worry that it is the Wallabies who will "enforce" the law. Macropods are well known for accepting kick-backs!less than a minute ago via web

I am OUTRAGED at your suggestion that I'd accept bribes like a common Dingo. It's all "charitable donations."less than a minute ago via HootSuite

Wallabies have never sunk to dingo tactics of mugging you use skill, slight of hand, hypnotics and charity tinsless than a minute ago via Echofon

My question has always been "Which agency approved "The Wallaby Early Retirement Fund" as a charity?less than a minute ago via web

Well, the retirement fund is actually an old money laundering scam. The wallibies take a % of the 'donations'!less than a minute ago via Echofon

That has happened since time immemorial. What has changed is that they now take over 90%!less than a minute ago via web

Hmm there is the wallaby red-cross and several other agencies that do only charitable duties. They reformedless than a minute ago via Echofon

The Wallaby Red Cross is one of those charity fronts!less than a minute ago via web

To set the record straight, the Wallaby Red Cross and the Wallaby Retirement Fund are both fine charitable institutions that deserve as much as you can spare. In fact, I've half a mind to put up contribution buttons for them on this blog!

In the meantime, you may have noticed the unfair treatment I have received in the press lately, all because some disgruntled Koala has stolen some photos of a rather personal nature and has been using them in a vindictive smear campaign as some sort of misguided attempt at payback for offences that were ENTIRELY IMAGINED.

I can assure you that I am the victim in this circumstance, regardless of any rumours you may hear to the contrary involving underage pregnancies and the assault of a Koala while under the influence of intoxicating substances. Even if these rubbish allegations were true, you must realise that the Koala was asking for it.

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