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All Men Are Liars TV



Well, this is it for another year as your humble blogger shuffles once more into the heat haze of the Australian summer, cupping his manboobs, stripped of all dignity by another 12 months of remorselessly, narcissistic, yobbo confession ...

I though I might as well get the standard insults and criticisms of this blog out of the way before reminding you All Men Are Liars took a somewhat different tack this year.

As closer readers might have noticed, we dipped our toe into the world of philosophy, history and international relations in 2012 and though many of you found the commentary superficial and cursory - I hope others enjoyed reading about topics other than my penis.

Next year?

Who knows what'll happen, as I've yet to enact my annual ritual of slaughtering a gaffer-taped guinea pig as an offering to the Finance Gods of Fairfax who give life to this blog.

Suffice to say, I'm still committed to discussing gender, relationships and the human condition and have been quite pleased to see so many other commentators, columnists and bloggers this year airing subjects we've covered here in the past.

As some of you may remember, thanks to the talents of R & R Media and producer Rodney Richmond, All Men Are Liars TV got a little push along the path to realisation as well ... though we're still to find a network with the cojones to air it.

Take a look at the sizzle reel below. Feel free to offer feedback or pass it onto any television executives you might be related to.

Have a great Christmas and New Years, we'll be back, Tuesday January 29 ... 2013.

ALL MEN ARE LIARS TV: And so ends my dating life.

Thanks to everyone involved in the shoot, particularly the producers, guests and crew. I'm sorry we couldn't use everything you said, but we had to keep it short and sweet.

You can follow Sam on Twitter here. His email address is here.

41 comments so far

  • AMAL TV looks to be more interesting than the garbage the networks put to air currently. You have to wonder how a human can sit through an episode of A Current Affair, The Project, Modern Family, Two and a half men or Two Broke Girls on a daily basis. Their brain must be complete mush.

    Still don't know how you come up with all the articles and topics at times. Thanks for your efforts, all the best.

    kermit the log
    Date and time
    December 21, 2012, 7:15AM
    • The show is very good Sam. I'd definitely watch it. Have a good Christmas, I'll read you next year.

      Date and time
      December 21, 2012, 8:08AM
      • i've had a great year so now time for a bit of well earned time off.
        have a good festive season all.

        Victorious Painter
        Date and time
        December 21, 2012, 8:37AM
        • Haha gaffer taped guinea pig :)

          It's always good to see change (and dare I say growth) in a blog. Appendages are fun to discuss but difficult topics are also interesting. I've really liked learning about other peoples' POV this year.

          Have a great Christmas with your girl and hope to read and see more in 2013.

          Date and time
          December 21, 2012, 8:58AM
          • "Network"? Sorry, not familiar with that term. Step into the twenty-first century and get yourself a YouTube channel already Samuel. The interweb is where all the good stuff is anyway.
            Wishing you and yours all the best for this most festive of seasons (and I mean that in every manner imaginable). See ya next year.

            Date and time
            December 21, 2012, 9:06AM
            • The show looks good man, a bit of honest and hopefully smart back and forth is just what we need right now. Good luck.

              Date and time
              December 21, 2012, 9:29AM
              • Sam - have enjoyed the ever changing nature of your blog and the direction it has taken over the last year. I've also really enjoyed your reflections on parenthood and how having someone other than yourself to care about changes your view of the world. I don't always agree with what you say nor with how you say it, but I genuinely appreciate your original perspective on things in a content landscape that has been generally been white washed through popular opinion and they way it challenges me to think about my own.

                Also a shout out to the others whose perspectives I have enjoyed reading - JEQP, Hired Goon, M, Stormy, Nelly, far away. Hope 2013 brings you more joy than the Mayan Calander planners.

                Date and time
                December 21, 2012, 9:41AM
                • One of the best places I've found for setting my compass, and finding some new ideas - Thanks Sam, keep it coming in 2013.

                  Date and time
                  December 21, 2012, 9:44AM
                  • I think that would rate very well. Still the best blogger in Australia Sam. Even if you are a lefty poofter.

                    Happy holidays.

                    Date and time
                    December 21, 2012, 10:24AM
                    • Thanks for the sometimes entertaining, always provoking reading this year Sam. Hope 2013 is a good one for all of us (assuming we're still here past 10:30 tonight, of course). BTW, your column took a different TACK. Sorry, can't help myself.

                      Central Coast NSW
                      Date and time
                      December 21, 2012, 11:13AM

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