Alasdair Thompson is back, like a nasty, self-centred rich white zombie, seeking brains.
And boy oh boy is he unable to let things go.
In 2011 he was the subject of an international media furore for saying that some women’s productivity and income is affected by difficult menstruation; a truth he was internationally pilloried for speaking about.
It was a Life Changing experience for him, about which he’s written a book due for publication in October 2013.
And as Toby Manhire in the Listener notes
In four of the five blog posts that he’s published in the site’s first four days, Thompson makes reference to the circumstances of his departure from his post at the EMA – in two of them, he talks explicitly about Mihingarangi Forbes and Campbell Live.
Let’s revisit that beautiful, beautiful furore, shall we? Here’s Mihingarangi Forbes’ fucking amazing interview with Alasdair. Seriously, a high point of modern NZ television journalism. I will never not piss myself laughing when he complains about being under the weather due to a very early monthly meeting.
Here’s Rachel Morton’s unedited interview with Alasdair (sadly marred by microphone gremlins).
Here’s my posts on the subject.
For ongoing lulz, he’s on Twitter too!
H/T: Toby Manhire