Tuesday, 27 April 2010

My dog

Times are tough in Ireland right now so I said I'd try to sign on my dog at my local Social Welfare Office.

The woman said "Dogs are not eligible to draw benefit".

I explained to her that my dog is black, unemployed, idle, can't speak English and has no clue who his dad is. She looked in her policy book to see what it takes to qualify.

He gets his first cheque on Friday.
Damn this is a great country.


Mary said...

I cannot understand how the entire five years I have been in Dublin, I never heard of your blog.

But my GOD, now that I have found you how I love you already!

Keep up the good work, as this place is filled with Liberal-NUTCASES and we need a HERO to save us!


leonidas said...

I'd prefer to see him get it any time before those other bastards.

SAVANT said...

Thanks Mary. This blog has been surgically erased from the "MSM blogs" in Ireland. Can't have the pesky truth intruding on the fantasy you know.

Anyway, spread the word by writing to other blogs and the MSM and referring to IS links.

Munin said...

Why don't you use your dog as your new image..

kulak said...

Have you noticed any effect on your dog's barking?

Anonymous said...

Where's monday's (african) postings??

clovis said...

Your dog would do more work and would be less horny!

Anonymous said...


If you had been here a week ago you would have seen how sexy the Savant really is.

Anonymous said...

I'd say MUNIN has it right, but ... what you need as an avatar is a (prefererably) frightening mediaeval engraving of an Irish wolfhound.


One of those fanciful ones where smoke and flame pour from the nostrils.

Cheers and regards to all,

Uncle Nasty

kulak said...

Oh, and kudos to you Savant for adopting a black dog, rather than letting it unfairly languish at the pound as so many black dogs do.

If only it could block a linebacker or something.

Anonymous said...


I've been following your blog for quite sometime now and view 9/10's of what you have to say as pure wisdom. Sorry to say, however, that your new image doesn't convey that wisdom. Much too Japanese-cartoonish. HOw about something more subtle, like a wise old Irish geezer wearing wool cap and nursing a pint?????

Birdman said...

For a moment there I thought you were here in South Africa with me.

Anonymous said...

I was laughing at Tintin in the Congo being racist but then, just after Bienvenu Mbutu Mondondo, there is a scene where Milou is crowned a king of some tribe.
That is one small step for a terrier but a huge leap for congolesekind.

White terriers can travel and be kings whereas black dogs can only welfare.

To the sickos at `Modern Bride' magazine.