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April 13, 2005

Putting "Conscience" Into Perspective

From Body & Soul, Kylene, and Jesurgislac in Body & Soul's comments.

Posted on April 13, 2005 at 11:47 AM | Permalink


Very drole. Without wishing to shamelessly self promote (yeah right) I'm running a little bit of fun on my blog today. The UK election is coming up and the Conservatives (abortion limit reduced to 20 weeks is a policy) are running a campaign with some captions in kiddie-style writing and then the slogan "are you thinking what we're thinking?". the slogans have been stuff like "imposing limits on immigration isn't racist" and "how hard can it be to keep a hospital clean?", etc. Anyway you can go to this lovely site...


and input your own suggestion of what you're thinking. such as "Fathers 4 Justice aren't worth listening to" and it will make you a poster.

then you can send it to me and i'll put up a list of the funniest and the most interesting ones here:


apologise in advance if some of the gags are a little UK-centric. I'm sure you can figure them out.


Posted by: Cruella at Apr 13, 2005 12:24:07 PM

I just wrote to you at your blog. Send me your e-mail address in e-mail. I can't find it on your blog to send you my poster. You're going to love it. It will make you spit milk out of your nose.

Posted by: Trish Wilson at Apr 13, 2005 1:24:19 PM

OK, OK, OK...even the Conservative Mutant is laughing here! And wearing her Dr. Pepper. Ah well--it was Laundry Day anyways... ;-)


Posted by: Denita TwoDragons at Apr 13, 2005 3:00:26 PM

I guess my "Jehovah's Witness Cardiologist" idea (8 months ago, dammit) was not only too highbrow but also incorrect (apparently a lot of heart surgery can be done without transfusions).

Posted by: norbizness at Apr 13, 2005 3:58:27 PM

You should create a photoshop cartoon of that on your blog, Norbiz.

I personally like the Vegan Burger-Flipper. He has that vacant look I've often seen from pimply teens working at Mickey Ds.

Posted by: Trish Wilson at Apr 13, 2005 4:46:01 PM

Don't forget the Quaker who joins the Army and refuses to kill. Now that would make the fundies squeal.

Posted by: Elliott Lake at Apr 16, 2005 11:41:42 PM