Friday, January 27, 2006

A little something to get off his chest?

(Yeah, yeah, I'm still not officially here. But I just had to pop into the office for this...)

Last night, prime minister-designate Stephen Ha.. Haarr -- you know who-- was treated at hospital for a chest inflammation, later diagnosed as an infection.

Thankfully, it's not serious, so I feel it not too insensitive of me to comment -- specifically, to speculate as to the origin of this wee infection.

I'm no doctor, but my guess is it's the bacterial strain: concealus socialus conservatis, which the literature suggests is usually linked to prolonged retention of a hidden political agenda.

UPDATE: I hope our PMD also got inoculated against two other grave afflictions apparently common in our northern climate -- hedonism and cultural Marxism. I wish him well on this front. Unlike most people of my generation, I never had my Marx removed when I was in 20's, so I'm obviously at risk. And a few months ago, I was in bed for a week with a bad case of hedonism.


At January 28, 2006 5:13 a.m., Blogger Aeneas the Younger said...

I like your site. Irreverant and witty - so far.

I, personally, had my neoconservatism removed (it was malignant ...) when I was 24. I have evolved into a full human being since then. Can't say the same for the neocons who are still suffering the tremors and delusions. Poor Buggers.

Welcome to the "World."


At January 28, 2006 1:36 p.m., Blogger Havril said...

Thanks, ATY -- so far. I take it I'm on probation. I'll do my best to not skip out on my community work service hours.

My neoconservatism was irreparably damaged by a stint welfare when I was a child. But I occasionally get twinges of what I assume is "phantom" conservatism (like when somebody can still feel an amputated limb), usually when I'm the phone with a telefundraiser for some charity I've never heard of. Or when I see Ann Coulter on TV and I find myself momentarily picturing her in fetish gear. That's when the real tremors set in.


At February 05, 2006 7:38 p.m., Anonymous Ariadna said...

Or maybe the devil had a hard time removing his soul?

At February 13, 2006 2:39 p.m., Blogger Havril said...

Anyone that has seen Harper dance knows that his "soul" (in the James Brown sense) was removed long ago, if he every had any.


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