on twitter, the Iran election and possibly calling an Iranian intel officer a “moronic farce”

June 23, 2009 at 4:26 am (ettiquette and fashion, internet, online community, politics) (, , )

Hello! Firstly allow us to apoligise, We should’ve blogged ages ago, but we’ve been busy. We finally found why twitter is an important tool for the 21st century.


We’ve been particpating day and night in trying to help Iranians keep their access to the net and retweeting vital information. so we are sorry that we have not blogged for a while, but we here at the mutated pixel bunker think even if you live in a dictatorship, you should at least be allowed the right to know the correct total of votes, and not have the internet and phone services cut off when you complain that you the election was fixed.

We hope and pray that everyone in Iran will be careful and try to stay safe.

Now to what we’ve been up to for the last two hours.

LSD is a bit of political nut, and whilst catching up on sky news with the whole ute gate affair and laughing at Malcolm Turnbull finally being shown for the idiot he is, LSD logged on to our twitter account and clicked the Iran Election hashtag and that’s where she found her amusement for the day.

After reading unnamed tweets and then discovering there was multiple ones, she smelled a rat. (well not a rat, it was the sushi from the sushi bar down the road, but you know what we mean) This twitter user was repeating the same anti U.S propaganda and other lovely things, so she decided that toying with the user would be fun. She started with calling the user a moronic farce and went from there. We now know LSD will never go to Iran for fear of being arrested for possibly taunting an Iranian Intelligence Official.

May Neda rest in peace.

May Iran become peaceful again.

May LSD not be kidnapped tonight


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slightly suspicious

May 4, 2009 at 12:26 pm (fail room, internet, online community, Television) (, , , , , )

Having to sit through Today Tonight which airs on Channel Seven is generally a pain in the ass, then tonight they aired a story about a website called “Freagle” on how you can earn big bucks by doing nothing.
It smell like a dirty scam.
So I have just had a look at the site, and to me it appears just to be that, a scam.
If something like this actually worked legitimately it would not have to be on a tabloid journalism television program flogging its wears.
Tut Tut Tut Channel Seven
Having to pay for a 30 day trial using a credit card also makes me highly suspect.

Whatever you do, never enter into something on the internet that smells fishy, coz if it looks too good to be true then it generally is a scam.

On that note, I have decided that writing an email to Today Tonight expressing my distaste and asking if the “story” was in fact a extended ad or not will help the malcontent in me feel slightly less disgruntled.

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straight off the top of the awesome pile

December 22, 2008 at 11:25 am (graffiti, internet, online community) (, , , , )

To start off the roll of the Awesome ball,
The first picture in the Awesome File is this;


Taken in The Quadrant Mall earlier this year; it is unknown who drew this wonderous piece of graffiti, but to whoever you are it was purely epic.
I went back the next day to find that it had been painted over.
Thanks Launceston City Council, for being kill joys

somethings to add to the shame basket

is the online community website gaiaonline.com for recycling last years Christmas event but changing it from helping orphans finding new homes, to elves trying to help Santa Claus regain his brain function as a human rather than a cow.

Also the fact that it layed off 13% of its work force so close to Christmas is also rather disappointing but alas a part of the Economic Crisis. This posed the questions to its users

who was next?

will the site now begin to drop it’s level of excellence?

and is nothing safe from the economic crisis?


another add to the shame basket is

myspace.com trying to follow Facebook.com in intriducing add on games and applications. IF myspace.com users wanted to use applications for their profile they would actually being using facebook.com instead

til next time

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