Despite emotional entreaties from notable international motion workshops, Helen Razer disappointed the world of interpretive dance and emerged as the Isadora Duncan of Australian alternative radio.
She hosted breakfast for simply ages on Triple J and then puddled about with the telly for Artist Services and wrote weekly op ed for The Australian.
She is self-appointed spokesperson for the Fiscal Annihilation League and is tireless in her efforts to undermine towering property values and the presence of Wilted Baby Spinach in her suburb.
She has a high score of two million on Tony Hawke's Skateboarding for Playstation and enjoys lying prone while eating saturated fats and watching cable. She has written books.
In her spare hours, she likes to metaphorically urinate in the rich homogeonised milk of corporate feudalism. And knit.
She can be heard on bigfatradio.