Rachel's Blog: Don't make me vote Liberal, people.

Wed, 14 Jun 2006

Are we in Bizarro World?
This is the pre-school education policy Labor should be having right now. Instead of $300 bribes.

Comment by Michael on Mon, 19 Jun 2006

You can do whatever you like, ultimately it's your choice but consider the consequences _very_ carefully. Otherwise, you might live to regret it for a long time.

Comment by Richard on Tue, 20 Jun 2006

WTF Michael?!?

Comment by Doc Holliday on Tue, 20 Jun 2006

awww this blogger isn't going to vote Liberal!

How do i know?

Hell do i know what a rhetorical question is???

I am reminded of that other (lesser) philosopher -
"Consequences, shmonsequences, - just so long as i am wealthy."
Daffy Duck i think it was. Prophetic.

But I have to admit I am also pretty disappointed with the ALP's lack of a sensible early childhood education policy.

Comment by Richard on Tue, 20 Jun 2006

I'd have thought it pretty clear to anyone who browses this blog what Rachel's political leanings are - and also the level of thought she puts into things.

Or perhaps we've all been confused by the potential Bizarro Rachel?

Comment by Richard on Tue, 20 Jun 2006

Or maybe this is Bizzaro Michael posting? Hey, that might be it...

Comment by Rachel on Tue, 20 Jun 2006

Bizarro Rachel? Eek, there's someone I don't want to meet.

I'm glad most of you recognise that putting thought into things is what I do best. And that I wouldn't vote Liberal. Not ever ever ever.

Comment by Michael on Tue, 20 Jun 2006

Thanks Doc Holliday for putting 3 question marks after your rhetorical question about the nature of rhetorical questions...
If bizarro Rachel would have used at least one question mark...if it ain't lack of thought than it is a lack of punctuation...and she calls herself a writer?

Comment by Richard on Wed, 21 Jun 2006

Sorry Michael, we're a little confused trying to determine what punctuation you're referring to. Could you please be a little clearer? Referring to other people's comments just muddies the waters (as I'm sure Doc doesn't consider himself a "writer").

If you're going to provide constructive criticism of Rachel's writing, you really do have to work on being clearer in your feedback.

Comment by Michael on Wed, 21 Jun 2006

Do I really have to spell everything out for you people?

Comment by Rachel on Wed, 21 Jun 2006

No more feeding the troll, thanks.

Comment by Astrid on Wed, 21 Jun 2006

Rachel, I think it's great that you has this little blog and write for a hobby; it keeps your mind occupied and fills the time for when you're bored. You're not a professional writer and most of what you write is okay, so don't worry about the odd critic...just ignore them. There are a lot of bloggs out there that a lot worse than yours.