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Democracy sausages mapped

By johnboy - 4 September 2013 35

democracy sausages

Finally the ultimate use of geospatial data!

There’s an online map of election day sausage sizzles!

Cake stalls and vegetarian options for the unaustralians and perverts are also mapped.

But we do not approve.

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35 Responses to
Democracy sausages mapped
Pork Hunt 4:42 pm 04 Sep 13

aussieboy said :

Is anyone able to advise on which locations will be selling butcher’s sausages rather than the gross standard ones from coles and woolies?

It’s a sausage sizzle, not the Fat Duck…

aussieboy 4:33 pm 04 Sep 13

Is anyone able to advise on which locations will be selling butcher’s sausages rather than the gross standard ones from coles and woolies?

Watson 3:42 pm 04 Sep 13

spades said :

As discussed in another forum I frequent… what is the point of voting on election day? I have never voted on an election day and have always pre-poll voted. I don’t even understand why the AEC have bothered posting criteria for pre poll voting when htey never check your excuse.

Which leads me to my next point of suggesting pre-poll voting should be open for everybody not just those who can’t make it.

I personally think it’s a waste of a Saturday when you can do it in queue-less pre poll booths during the weekday. Have always done it in my lunch break. No queues, no hassles, no wasted Saturday morning. I’d rather walk my dog or sleep in.

But what about the sausages?! How could you even suggest that we should reject an excuse for a sausage sizzle. And cakes. Cakes!

spades 3:17 pm 04 Sep 13

As discussed in another forum I frequent… what is the point of voting on election day? I have never voted on an election day and have always pre-poll voted. I don’t even understand why the AEC have bothered posting criteria for pre poll voting when htey never check your excuse.

Which leads me to my next point of suggesting pre-poll voting should be open for everybody not just those who can’t make it.

I personally think it’s a waste of a Saturday when you can do it in queue-less pre poll booths during the weekday. Have always done it in my lunch break. No queues, no hassles, no wasted Saturday morning. I’d rather walk my dog or sleep in.

FXST01 1:28 pm 04 Sep 13

Thumper said :

Surely Canberra needs a giant Sausage of Democracy?

Preferably in the parliamentary triangle.

Tourists would come in droves to witness and marvel at the giant sausage.

Especially since sausages are made out of lips and a#$%&oles. Ah the Great Political Sausage.

switch 12:44 pm 04 Sep 13

Thumper said :

Surely Canberra needs a giant Sausage of Democracy?

Aren’t they the things hanging off Skywhale?

Thumper 12:37 pm 04 Sep 13

Surely Canberra needs a giant Sausage of Democracy?

Preferably in the parliamentary triangle.

Tourists would come in droves to witness and marvel at the giant sausage.

Erg0 12:34 pm 04 Sep 13

Bah, nothing near me. Feeling very disenfranchised right now.

caf 12:26 pm 04 Sep 13

There’s absolutely nothing unaustralian about a Lamington.

johnboy 12:18 pm 04 Sep 13

Chaff bag is the go surely?

davo101 12:13 pm 04 Sep 13

But where are my freedom fries?

DrKoresh 12:12 pm 04 Sep 13

Yay!

poetix 12:08 pm 04 Sep 13

So do you support the proposal to send all vegetarians out to sea in a sieve?

Primal 12:02 pm 04 Sep 13

Is it sad that I just decided to go to a more distant polling place?

No. No it is not. I like my democracy delicious!

watto23 12:02 pm 04 Sep 13

My expert analysis says that the Northsiders either have high demand for sausage or love their sausage more than us southerners. I’m pleased that my local polling booth down south will have the option..

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