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    by Sunny
    29th September, 2006 at 1:34 pm    

    You may have noticed from our ‘Diaries’ section linked on the right that I too have started my personal blog at sunny.pickledpolitics.com. Occasional contributor Vikrant also has his personal blog here now at amey.pickledpolitics.com, as do Sonia and Sid from before. My aim is to bring more progressive opinion and content under the PP umbrella here without overloading the main blog with too much stuff.

    So feel free to keep checking out our diaries regularly. Regular commenters interested in having their own diary on here are also welcome to get in touch.


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    1. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:37 pm  

      Put my diary on dammit.

      I may not have progressive opinions but I have feelings you know :(

    2. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:43 pm  

      I could put up nursery rhymes! Like this one:

      THE MURDERING BUSH
      Here we go round the murdering Bush
      The murdering Bush, the murdering Bush
      Here we go round the murdering Bush
      Another cold and costly bombing

    3. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:43 pm  

      Or this one:

      OSAMA BIN LADEN
      Osama Bin Laden we sent to train
      Osama Bin Laden became a great pain
      The Saudi King’s courses
      The Saudi King’s men
      Put all the blame on Osama again

    4. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:44 pm  

      Or this one:

      MUJAHIDIN LAW
      CIA saw mujahidin law
      Iraq shall have a new master
      Iraq shall get paid
      A dollar a day
      ‘Cos they can’t pump oil any faster

    5. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:44 pm  

      Or this one:

      LONG LIVE THE BUSHES
      I’ll sing you twelve, O
      Long live the Bushes, O
      What are your twelve, O?
      Twelve for the years we’ve been at war,
      Eleven makes my day in September,
      Ten for Enduring Freedom,
      Nine for zeig heil propaganda,
      Eight for the hate-filled Muslims,
      Seven for the weapons of mass destruction,
      Six for the axis of evil,
      Five for the anthrax at your door,
      Four for the foreign insurgence,
      Three, three, the terrorists,
      Two, two, bearded-brown boys,
      Detained all in orange, O
      One is US supremacy
      And evermore shall be so.

    6. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:45 pm  

      Ooh how about:

      THE BLOOD THAT DAD SPILLED
      This is the dictator killing his own,
      That kept the guns we gave on loan,
      That waked the terrorists all brainwashed and dumb,
      That lived next door to the ones that planted the bomb,
      That killed the people in friendly fire,
      That wouldn’t bend down and call me sire,
      That strayed from the path,
      That led the Ba’ath,
      That killed in Dujail,
      That we must impale
      That slipped in the blood that Dad spilled.

    7. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:45 pm  

      Or maybe:

      THE BOMBS IN BASRA
      The bombs in Basra go boom, boom, boom
      Boom, boom, boom
      Boom, boom, boom
      The bombs in Basra go boom, boom, boom
      All day long

    8. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:46 pm  

      I’m getting banned aren’t I?

    9. Chairwoman — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:48 pm  

      Are you not inviting comments, Sunny? I clicked on comments and found there was no comments box.

    10. Arif — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:48 pm  

      No-one’s taking any notice, they’ve all gone to kismethardy.blogspot.com.

    11. Chairwoman — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:49 pm  

      I meant on your new blog, sorry got a bit distracted by the Kismet Laureate.

    12. justforfun — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:50 pm  

      Kismet - this day is getting better and better.

      Can you put something together that goes with “London Calling” by the clash. Would make a great Mush anthem

      Justforfun

    13. Sunny — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:58 pm  

      I always get ignored :(

      Chairwoman - I was initially not going to allow comments but then changed my mind last night (but forgot to change the configuration). It is all sorted now.

      Kismet - I’ll, er, think about it!

    14. Uncleji — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:59 pm  

      Watch it we’ll get busted
      London Calling is just such a cliche
      How about a medley of Police & theives, Clampdown, Death & glory

      Kismet a blog just does u justice when you making your youtube debut where can I buy your t-shirt

    15. sonia — on 29th September, 2006 at 1:59 pm  

      Nice to see your diary Sunny. I need to update mine…

    16. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 2:02 pm  

      As you wish:

      OSAMA CALLING
      Osama calling to the faraway towns
      Now war is declared - and battle come down
      Osama calling to the madrasas
      Come out of the caves, you boys and girls
      Psama calling, now don’t look to us
      Phoney Bush mania has bitten the dust
      Osama calling, see we ain’t got no swing
      ‘Cept for the reign of that trident thing

      The dark age is coming, the sunni’s zooming in
      Meltdown expected, the opium is growing thick
      Engines stop running, but I have no fear
      Cause London is burning and I, I live by Al-Jazeera

      Osama calling to the C-charge zone
      Remember, brother, you can board a tube alone
      Osama calling to the zombies of death
      Quit holding out - and draw another breath
      Osama calling - and I don’t wanna shout
      But while we were talking I saw the CIA order some doughnuts
      Osama calling, see we ain’t got no high
      Except for that one with the Bushy eyes

      The dark age is coming, the sunni’s zooming in
      Engines stop running, the opium is growing thick
      A nuclear error, but I have no WMD
      Cause London is drowning and I, I live by the… well, I’m hardly going to tell you that now am I?

    17. justforfun — on 29th September, 2006 at 2:08 pm  

      Brilliant - now I just need to learn to sing and play the guitar and your royalty check will be in the post!

      Justforfun

    18. sonia — on 29th September, 2006 at 2:12 pm  

      I vote for giving Kismet a diary - we could be kept in perpetual amusement that way..

    19. Kismet Hardy — on 29th September, 2006 at 2:17 pm  

      Saddam Hussein’s greatest hits.

      Featuring such classic reworkings of popular tracks such as:

      Cameo’s KURD UP

      Marley’s I SHOT THE SHIA (BUT I DIDN’T SHOOT THE UN INSPECTOR)

      George Michael’s KUWAITING FOR THE DAY

      White Stripes’ BLACK BA’ATH

      Elton’s SYRIA SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD

      Leonard Cohen’s HALABJA

      Naughty By Nature’s OPEC (YEAH, YOU KNOW ME)

      Plus an unmissable collaboration with SHARIA TWAIN

    20. Vikrant Singh — on 29th September, 2006 at 2:53 pm  

      Osama Bin Laden’s One Hit Wonder

      Eric Clapton’s VIRGINS IN HEAVEN

    21. Billy — on 29th September, 2006 at 2:55 pm  

      “Phoney Bush mania has bitten the dust”

      Brilliant. Just brilliant.

    22. Vikrant Singh — on 29th September, 2006 at 3:00 pm  

      amey.pickpolitics.com

      *sigh*

      correct the link

    23. Vikrant Singh — on 29th September, 2006 at 4:08 pm  

      correct the link damnit i’m losing thos eprecious hits…
      heck nobody is interested in good ole politics these days it seems. I blame you Kismet, you lil machud.

    24. Kashmira Solanki — on 29th September, 2006 at 4:18 pm  

      heck nobody is interested in good ole politics these days it seems.

      Your blog is fine cousin, but what happened to your shirt?

      P.S please stop dowloading porn or whatever you ar at. … i’ve got work to do tonite, you are simply hogging my bandwidth. I pay for it not you.

    25. Vikrant Singh — on 29th September, 2006 at 4:24 pm  

      Yeah yeah… but do you really have to use a public forum … you r like in the other room, you could have just yelled…

    26. jamal — on 30th September, 2006 at 1:29 am  

      That diary ideas pretty interesting. I left you a comment too!!

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