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A fine use of taxpayers money

By johnboy 10 January 2013 46

post it notes

Neil has sent in this one:

Someones been busy with post it notes – Dept of Infrastructure etc in Civic.

Nice to see they’ve got time to get their geek on.

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poetix 2:53 pm 13 Jan 13

DrKoresh said :

Sideshowmatt123 said :

“A fine use of taxpayers [sic] money”

What a banal and puisillanimous title.

I love learning new words, thanks guy! 😀

Correct spelling is pusillanimous.

AsparagusSyndrome 1:27 pm 13 Jan 13

Roundhead89 said :

And I suppose all those stories about public servants not having enough work to do are an invention by the shock jocks and Murdoch newspapers …

Given that the shock jocks and Murdoch newspapers have no imagination or mandate to do anything else, you join the dots. While at it, why not have another bash at waste-of-money artists and academics? Go on, you know you want to. Media masturbation. They’re addicted to it, you stand there aiding and abetting, and the rest of us have to put up with the mess.

DrKoresh 1:11 pm 13 Jan 13

Sideshowmatt123 said :

“A fine use of taxpayers [sic] money”

What a banal and puisillanimous title.

I love learning new words, thanks guy! 😀

Chello 11:55 am 13 Jan 13

Hey that’s a great way to display policies for work place safety etc 🙂

Sideshowmatt123 9:59 am 13 Jan 13

“A fine use of taxpayers [sic] money”

What a banal and puisillanimous title.

drfelonious 6:43 pm 12 Jan 13

In the analyses of how much this has cost, has anyone factored in the time wasted in preparing Senate Estimates/media briefs about this issue?

….No, I didn’t think so. Probably well north of a hundred g by the time all is said and done.

Now we can tilt at windmills all we like about workforce productivity and the post it art being ‘done on own time’ but the reality is in the APS it is as much (if not more) about what is seen to be done as what is actually done.

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