The Chicken Feed

visit this url casino card game download mac slots gamble online from usa online roulette bonus internet casino download if you want online slots real money in america where to play online usa internet casinos online online gambling 2014 blackjack casino real money online roulette for cash slot machines bonus online blackjack play for cash play for free flash mac casinos

mac online https://www.euro-online.org/enog/inoc www.euro-online.org

Movie: Chris Cares

Posted on September 15th, 2005 by Chris Shadforth

What terrifies a university student above all else? If you answered “exams”, “tuition fees” or “an uncertain future”, I can only ask what you thought to gain in giving sincere, vocal replies to a clearly tongue-in-cheek rhetorical question from a writer who clearly can’t hear you. The misleadingly introduced answer is, of course, “student elections”.

The concept of a student union is all well and good, but it’s hard to appreciate the big picture when you’re getting pamphlets shoved in your face at every turn.  Both competing parties subscribe to the same mind-numbing bombardment techniques that have worked so well in the past (see: internet advertising).  Where they’re trying to encourage voters, this assault on the senses only serves to drive them away.

To make our thoughts known, we launched our own flyer campaign targeted exclusively at flyer distributors themselves.

Continue Reading »



Well amputate my armadillo and send me back to ‘Nam, Prudence – it’s that time of month again! With precious hours remaining of Do Something Controversial Day in non-Australian (and, I would argue, lesser) time zones, we once again take the freefall plunge towards that certain, splattery doom we like to call “indecency”.

Avert your eyes, elderly women. Grasp that flask of holy water for dear life, Catholic priests. For our younger readers, we cannot take responsibility for the lifelong emotional damage that can and will follow. Proceed with caution – or suicidal recklessness, whichever suits you – to our first Daily Petition.

(Those of you not familiar with Nikki Webster’s work can find more information here, and the offending photo shoot, which is mercifully unrevealing and disturbing only on principle, here. Although we strongly advise you don’t.)

View more posts filed under Miscellaneous, , , ,


Virtuaikus 2: Cosmiku

Posted on October 15th, 2003 by Chad McCanna

When I read Hyle’s original Virtuaikus, a sense of wonder came over me. Here was the perfect format in which to express my feelings for the Virtual Boy, and I had never realized it. Of course, since he covered looking to the past, the nostalgia of the Virtual Boy, I thought I would tackle a subject even more near and dear to my heart.

And so I present to you, a fifteen-haiku epic chronicling my training to become a Galactic Warrior, as sanctioned and mentored by Mac Tonight, the MOONMAN.

Continue Reading »



Why All Politicians Should Have Mullets

Posted on January 25th, 2003 by JJ McCullough

Guest artwork by JJ McCullough from Filibuster Cartoons.

More in-depth political satire:
CLOVERFIELD WAS A INSIDE JOB!!!!
Hassling People of Importance: Governor-General Guy Green
Comic: The Rubber Chicken Talks Politics