Articles

It was a sad night last Tuesday for Chris Tomkins of the Gorskys. The six-time self-nominated Academy Award nominee was forced to spend the night watching the 70th Academy Awards on the TV in his Berwick home. More...
If Mulder and Scully happen to visit unexpectedly, there are a few guidelines you should follow to avoid any embarrassing situations. More...

Own A Landmark

January 1st, 1999
For a short time only, the Gorskys are proud to offer the magnificent Sydney Harbour Bridge FOR SALE. The famous coat-hanger can be yours for only $156,073. More...
Many think Star Trek is a nice little sci-fi series about people flying around in the 34th Century, living life by a high code of ethics, and going on adventures. It isn’t. It’s a hot bed of sin. The whole of Star Trek is full of beastiality. More...

Good Luck, Mr Gorsky

September 1st, 1998
When Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, he said, “That’s one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.” When he was leaving the moon, as he was climbing back onto the space ship, he said to himself “Good luck, Mr. Gorsky.” More...
The British Employment ministry is undertaking a new initiative: handing out alarm clocks to the unemployed to help them get to job interviews on time. More...
Pauline Hanson is a triumph of democracy. The people have the right to decide who will represent them, no matter how repellant, how repugnant, how simplistic, how stupid. More...
It’s election time. Australia is in the middle of a political orgy which most people don’t want to be part of. It’s not that people don’t care; it’s just the election is so BORING! More...

Footy Fever Grips Australia

September 22nd, 1997
Footy fever has once again gripped the southern tip of Australia – the whole country, that is, except for the heathens in NSW and Queensland who don’t understand what all the fuss is about. More...
A report on the latest furore in British medicine. Dateline: London. Top UK surgeons were last night operating on a piece of goat cheese, believed to be a re-incarnation of William Shakespeare. More...