With Google+ being picked apart by the jaws* of Facebook, we have secured the re-telling of a story of someone who saw it firsthand.
On the back of the Cecil the Lion outrage, a hunting club has been formed to claim the deadliest foe known to man: dentists.
A surprising hat (sombrero) was thrown into the Presidential Ring this week, with Sinaloa Cartel leader El Chapo running for the Democrats, as JKL reports.
With Anders Breivik now enrolled at Olso University, we discuss the five reasons why’d he’d be a quality ring-in for a group assignment.
The Reclaim Australia rally protestors, amidst all the pushing, just wanted to get their point across. But they’re certainly not racists.
With the monumental NASA pass-by of Pluto due this week, we at TBS have obtained leaked emails that outline the government’s plan to Australianise the (almost) planet.
Barack Obama continues the great presidential tradition of hiding the truth in matters of public interest; classifying the true fate of Jon Snow.
After Greg Hunt’s political genius tore down hundreds of years of democratic assumptions this week, JKL looked on in awe.
Reflecting on the continued abuse of Gabi Grecko Edelsten, we at TBS are calling for a unifying set of laws by which all gold-diggers should abide.
With another unskilled immigrant, Mariah Carey, arriving on our fair shores, one TBS reader has had enough, rousing us to join him and #TurnBackThePrivateJets.
Jordan King Lacroix watches the government slowly stop caring, and imagines a Joe Hockey thought bubble saying “Listen, you don’t matter…None of you do.”
Jordan King Lacroix: Word is that ASIO are tired of copping all the flack – can we just let them do their jobs?
Jordan King Lacroix on drunk environmental researcher’s public disturbance: between fracking, climate change and El Niño, mankind’s end is clearly nigh.
Mike Welsh teams up with Sydney rock band Velveteen to offer PM Tony Abbott a spot on the musical landscape, accompanied by illustrations from the team at Friday Mash. Given I’d knocked out scores of corny ditties for radio shows, including for Prime Ministers Howard (little Johnny H) and Gillard (Julia G the Ginger Dreamboat), and…
The government is ramping up its fight against boat people with immigration guards given super powers and dehumanised, Jordan King Lacroix reports.
Jordan King Lacroix has the jump on us again, with the latest info being that scientists have found there is nothing left to laugh about.
The year is 1994, and in an alternate universe where women rule supreme, Belinda Marsh interviews newly elected member for Warringah, one Tony Abbott.