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Ex Canberran businessman/ State MP passes over.

By Thumper 18 October 2007 28

Nothing online as yet.

Robert L’Esquire, a former prominent Canberran businessman and current sitting member for the seat of Cannalong has died as a result of an unfortunate gardening accident.

Police and ambulance were called to his home early this morning and found the MP laying on the floor of his home. A police spokesman commented that there were no suspicious circumstances.

Bob Ultima L’Esquire lived safely housed in Tingal, a small rural township within the electorate of Canning. Word has not yet been heard from PM john Howard or Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd.

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Deadmandrinking 4:27 pm 19 Oct 07

You started the bullshit, thumper. You’re the tool.

Maelinar 3:20 pm 19 Oct 07

No, the genuine news reporting…

That is, the you heard it here first folks kind of stuff…

mutley 3:07 pm 19 Oct 07

Mutley – can you cite any specific examples?

Comment by Ingeegoodbee — 19 October, 2007 @ 1:30 pm

Yeah, the “I was charged $2 too much for a pizza” article springs to mind.

Cameron 2:52 pm 19 Oct 07

I have no problem with this post – but it does make me think that RA needs some sort of article posting guidelines that establishes what is okay and what isn’t.

So if RA says posts like this are okay, then they’re okay and people should stop complaining and just move on.

Thumper 2:51 pm 19 Oct 07

I promise not to ever do it again.

BTW, I posted about 4-5 articles this morning. I haven’t seen them up yet.

Legit articles that is…

Absent Diane 2:48 pm 19 Oct 07

guld = gulf!

Absent Diane 2:48 pm 19 Oct 07

a guld three letters and two spaces wide?

caf 2:38 pm 19 Oct 07

I think there’s a pretty big gulf between Opinion and Fiction.

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