SAAE 2013

Here at the SGFC we take art seriously. Amongst other things, we pride ourselves on our impeccable taste in music, film and video games – a status of patricianhood celebrated by our yearly SGFC Awards of Art and Entertainment (SAAE) ceremony. For each year, these awards are prescribed to recognize the very best art and artists of today and yesterday. After much deliberation, the SAAE awards for 2013 have been decided as follows:


Man of the Year:

Rand Paul



Song of the Year

In the Air tonight – Phil Collins (Honorable mention: Bad Moon Rising – Credence Clearwater Revival)

Cover of the Year

Elextacy – In the Air Tonight (originally by Phil Collins)

Entertainer of the Year

Phil Collins

Album of the Year

No Jacket required (1985) – Phil Collins

In Memoriam

The genre of punk



Movie of the Year

The Good the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

Western of the Year

The Good the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

Science Fiction of the Year

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Action of the Year:

Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)

Animation of the Year:

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Actor of the Year:

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Quote of the Year:

“It would be extremely painful….. for you” – Bane, The Dark Knight Rises (2012)


Video Games

Game of the Year:

Fallout: New Vegas (2010) – Obsidian Entertainment

Game That Hasn’t Yet Been Ported to PC of the Year:

Halo 3 (2007) – Bungie Studios

Developer of the Year

Valve Software

Platform of the Year

PC (windows)



Operating System of the Year:

Windows 8.1 – Microsoft

Company of the Year:


Program of the year

Google Chrome – Google

License of the Year



Congratulations to the recipients. Join us next year for SAAE14.

Authorised By SGFC Director of Multimedia, Skunk

On this day in 2009

Dominic, member of the lower council lost his left nut in a tragic bicycle accident involving a loose chain and a semi trailer. details from the police report indicate that he attempted to use the bicycle chain as a butt plug while it was still attached to the bike. while this was taking place a semi trailer is reported to have approached from behind, sending him flying and in the process tangling the chain around his left nut and tearing it from the sack.Complications in surgery caused major bloodless but after a few months recovery he was back in the seat. it did take some extra months for him to regain his balance with the weight missing on the left.


Also layne arrived in australia aboard the NYONG PANGU immigrant vessel from vietnam. we are still trying to figure out how he got through.