Saturday, February 4, 2012


WoW - the Watchers Council - it's the oldest, longest running cyber comte d'guere ensembe in existence - started online in 1912 by Sirs Jacky Fisher and Winston Churchill themselves - an eclective collective of cats both cruel and benign with their ability to put steel on target (figuratively - natch) on a wide variety of topictry across American, Allied, Frenemy and Enemy concerns, memes, delights and discourse. 

Every week these cats hook up each other with hot hits and big phazed cookies to peruse and then vote on their individual fancy catchers.

Without further adieu - (or a don't) here are this weeks winners 

Council Winners

Non-Council Winners

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Michal said...

Wow so first council winner is basically an article calling for a continuous armed repression of the Egyptian revolution, and the legitimate popular demands for free elections, freedom of speech or freedom of the press.

Because of course, if that happened, then definitely the tourism industry and economy would improve sooo much unlike what's happening now!

The non-council winner is an article declaring Islam to be antithetical to humanity and calling for its eradication, rather than for a dialogue with those Muslims who manage to live good lives, despite their inherent flaw of not living their lives exactly as you do.

All in all, very classy stuff right there.

GrEaT sAtAn'S gIrLfRiEnD said...

All in all Michal? Please. Look, prob need to add a disclaimer that the views of the Council do NOT always reflect GsGf"s.

And the GsGf submissions are not as uh strident as a lot of WoW stuff.

A recent 1st place tried (and not very convincingly either) to make the case for the paleoconic answer (see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil) for the chiz exploding in Syria.

Please note the GsGf entries are a bit more diff than traditional Council Offerings - one reason why they recruited me i reckon cos imma out the box on tons of stuff

Michal said...

No worries, I understand. I didn't mean to target the critique at you personally, the "you" in the last paragraph was meant to be aimed at no person in particular.

I am well aware that views of the council do not necessarily reflect the views of GsGf, but I felt compelled to comment nevertheless.