Friday, 29 February 2008

Day of the Frog

The Greens' Frog Blog writes about Leap Day calling it the Day of the Frog (leap, geddit), and shows an uncharacteristic turn of humour by showing how other blogs "upcoming blogathon on frogs" will be writing about Frog Day too.   A frogathon, if you will.

Kiwiblog will be uncovering the story of a frog advocacy group that has been silenced by the Electoral Finance Act, the Standard will discuss how John Key pulls the legs off frogs when no one is looking. I expect No Right Turn to have detailed policy analysis on possible legislative action relating to the Maud Island Frog. Hard News will report on the cultural impact that Archey’s Frogs had by releasing a song of their mating call exclusively to iTunes. Whale Oil will continue to amuse his readers by photoshopping Jeanette’s head onto a frog (guffaw).

And here at Not PC, of course, we'll be demonstrating how privatisation and secure private property rights will make the world better place both for frogs and for those who farm and consume them.

1 comment:

  1. I would propose to eat mine in a rustic cafe in Thoiry. Lightly sprinkled with seasoned flour, gently fried till slightly crispy on the outside, drizzled with garlic butter and washed down with a local Gewürztraminer.


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