Is it time to fire up the shredders?

johnboy 20 August 2010 7

With the late polls and bookies pointing to a hung parliament (richly deserved after a double small target election campaign of spinelessness by both sides) is it time to panic yet in the corridors of power?

Any of our parliament house or public servants noticing a bout of shredding Normal Administrative Procedure?

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7 Responses to Is it time to fire up the shredders?
aich jay aich jay 6:14 pm 20 Aug 10

You can shred all you want but now everything is done by email there’s ALWAYS a record somewhere…

PantsMan PantsMan 5:48 pm 20 Aug 10

Expunged the last three years today! Plausible deniability!

A Noisy Noise Annoys An Oyster A Noisy Noise Annoys An Oyster 5:26 pm 20 Aug 10

Shredding documents upon a change of government is the only work lazy pubes ever do.

lobster lobster 4:31 pm 20 Aug 10

We’ve been making sure all accounts are in to be paid by the end of today. Because a change of government might mean that there is a freeze on payments….

Ozhair Ozhair 3:41 pm 20 Aug 10

Unfortunately it was before my time, but legend has it that when Howard first came to power, people were finding working laptops and other goodies in the dumpsters at PH, discarded by the outgoing Keating gov.

Might have to do some dumpster-diving if we end up with a change of government (Didn’t notice any increase in dumpster-content-value after Kevin07, though)

colourful sydney racing identity colourful sydney racing identity 3:10 pm 20 Aug 10

people have been cleaning out the fridge here, does that count?

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