Frothing Demand

Rabid commentary on video games, movies and television.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

On How to be a Republican

When the government’s tax intake doesn’t even remotely come close to covering the country’s budget, demand more tax cuts.

posted by Matthew Keller at 7:46 pm  

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

On Housing Affordability

At this rate, all Melburnian first home buyers are going to have to move to Tasmania.

posted by Matthew Keller at 1:04 pm  

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

On Superhero Comics

The ads are the only thing that won’t be retconned.

posted by Matthew Keller at 9:00 am  

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

On Australia Day

Beware of Captain Bogan, the Australia Day villain. He’ll be wearing an Australian flag as a cape, wielding a beer glass as a club, and bellowing drunken racist drivel. His goal is to make Australians look backwards and unevolved.

posted by Matthew Keller at 9:04 am  

Monday, January 24, 2011

On The Cost of Piracy

People who didn’t read Frothing Demand in 2010 cost the site $1 billion in lost revenue in 2010.

posted by Matthew Keller at 8:54 am  

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

On The Melbourne Land Market

Sales down 75% through September, prices of new land releases up 15%. Melbourne land developers fail to grasp basic economics?

posted by Matthew Keller at 10:01 am  

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Theme Change

Yes, I finally got rid of the awful theme that was on here before. This one isn’t much better, but it doesn’t make me want to puke, and will do until I can afford to hire a designer to overhaul my sites.

posted by Matthew Keller at 10:17 am  

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

On Religion

When someone asks you if you’re a god, you say “Yes!”

posted by Matthew Keller at 9:49 am  

Sunday, January 9, 2011

On Leftovers

Nothing good comes from reheating pasta.

posted by Matthew Keller at 11:39 am  

Thursday, December 23, 2010

On Christmas Shopping

The final days of the Christmas shopping period bring out Christmas trolls; groups of short, fat beings with unpleasant odours and a constantly agitated look on their face. Christmas trolls cannot walk at a pace faster than 1km/h, and tend to walk in groups of three to five, always side by side, often stopping randomly in walkways to converse about nonsense, clogging the flow of foot traffic and causing annoyance to a great many.

posted by Matthew Keller at 8:15 am  
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