FaHCSIA’s Procedures Of Snake Sighting On Grounds

johnboy 8 March 2009 64

A keen eyed reader has snapped this lovely piece of work from FaHCSIA. Apparently the snakes are partial to basking in their courtyards.

Any guesses as to how many people met for how many hours to produce this marvel? And is the second arrow to the contacts box correct use of a flow chart?

If you see little gems like this be sure to send them in to images@the-riotact.com


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Granny Granny 1:39 pm 18 Sep 09

I certainly am! Did they take any of our suggestions on board?

*chuckle*

MissPeaches MissPeaches 12:07 pm 18 Sep 09

Granny you would be happy to know they did! :p

busgirl busgirl 7:25 pm 17 Sep 09

…have I stumbled in to some bizarro Dilbert world? Can you all sound any more like public servants?

Granny Granny 4:43 pm 17 Sep 09

Did they follow the correct procedure?

MissPeaches MissPeaches 4:06 pm 17 Sep 09

P.S. resurrecting this old thread to let you know that the snakes have arrived at Tuggeranong Office Park! Sightings of the critters have begun!

farnarkler farnarkler 7:33 pm 14 Mar 09

The 1% are immigrant snakes who don’t know the lingo and have got themselves lost on the way to centrelink.

Granny Granny 6:07 pm 14 Mar 09

Oh, I know them! I thought they all lived out our way.

ant ant 5:17 pm 14 Mar 09

The 1% are lizards pretending to be snakes by having no legs.

Granny Granny 4:41 pm 14 Mar 09

What kind of snakes are the 1%? I hope there are no skulking anacondas or boa constrictors lurking around.

farnarkler farnarkler 4:12 pm 14 Mar 09

99% of snakes on FaCHSIA grounds are indigenous Australians and would, I imagine, be there in protest to the white European invasion of their country. Fair play to them and I hope to see a snake tent embassy next to the sign in the future.

Granny Granny 1:56 pm 14 Mar 09

I can’t stop laughing now, BerraBoy!

BerraBoy68 BerraBoy68 8:46 am 14 Mar 09

Pic needs a decision box saying “Are you Berraboy?”. The flow will then go: if ‘yes’ run away screaming while flailing arms in the air’, if ‘No’ continue on to “Record etc…”

Sideshowmatt123 Sideshowmatt123 12:57 am 14 Mar 09

Someone the following comment to one of the signs:

“DO NOT engage in snakeholder consultation”

(it was removed the next day)

Granny Granny 5:59 pm 10 Mar 09

I love the person who wrote that sign and I want to marry them!

astrojax astrojax 5:54 pm 10 Mar 09

i still just love that australia has fourteen of the world’s fifteen deadliest snakes – and moan whenever i spy a us doco that sounds scared of ‘deadly snakes’ that aren’t here. pfft!

Sideshowmatt123 Sideshowmatt123 3:57 pm 10 Mar 09

Thhis sign is located next to a lovely creek that runs through the complex, surrounded by landscaped native plants. Just imagine what Urban Services would say:

“So you’re calling to report that, next to a creek full of native flora and fauna, surrounded by sun-warmed brick walkways, in an office complex that backs on to hot, dry pasture, you saw a snake?”

ant ant 11:20 am 10 Mar 09

Brown venom is odd, and very deadly. If a brown bites you and gets its venom in, and you get to hospital, you still might die. A bloke near Cooma stepped on one when he got out of his car some years ago, and was at Cooma hospital within 30 minutes, but he died.

Thumper Thumper 9:35 am 10 Mar 09

I should add that you will be very, very sick.

Thumper Thumper 9:35 am 10 Mar 09

Nope. If a Brown gets you, you’re deaded

Not true.

You may however spend a weekend in hospital connected to various contraptions that go beep.

johnboy johnboy 9:23 am 10 Mar 09

Final warning on staying on-topic Xbikee, also advise you not to cross-thread your grievances.

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