Just what is the tree murder conspiracy trying to tell us?

johnboy 20 August 2010 16

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This new story in the local news section is a tad less informative than usual.

Any ideas?


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p1 p1 2:44 pm 22 Aug 10

A Noisy Noise Annoys An Oyster said :

I feel embarrassed when reading the paper at the thought that someone from interstate might read it and confirm their worst fears about this city and its residents.

Ironically, you must read it at least occasionally. Most of the genuinely rabid greenies, the climate change brigaders I know wouldn’t pay to read the dead tree version of a paper, and the CT’s online version is worse than the paper one, so they are unlikely to do that.

A Noisy Noise Annoys An Oyster A Noisy Noise Annoys An Oyster 8:46 am 21 Aug 10

caf said :

I believe it is in celebration of Throne Day.

Throne Day indeed. The only use for The Canberra Times is hanging it up next to the throne. It’s useless for anything else. It is by far the worst newspaper in Australia pandering to a dwindling band of greenie, anal retentive public servants who only listen to – and watch – the ABC. The “news” it carries is either stale or wildly inaccurate. The public has deserted its classified ads section with http://www.allclassifieds.com.au and http://www.allhomes.com.au taking over the role. The only section which is still doing well are the death and funeral notices. The letters page has been hijacked by animal liberationists, rabid greenies, the climate change brigade and other assorted nutters and eccentrics. I feel embarrassed when reading the paper at the thought that someone from interstate might read it and confirm their worst fears about this city and its residents. Their circulation has been in terminal decline for a while and I confidently predict it will close down within the next five years.

astrojax astrojax 4:07 pm 20 Aug 10

is it throne day already? damn, so i totally missed thorne day…

caf caf 2:42 pm 20 Aug 10

I believe it is in celebration of Throne Day.

georgesgenitals georgesgenitals 1:31 pm 20 Aug 10

astrojax said :

georgesgenitals said :

I guess the thousand monkeys on a thousand typewriters will, occasionally, not write text masquerading as a news story.

um, it is an infinite number of monkeys – a thousand monkeys with typewriters is called ‘the australian’

Touche.

astrojax astrojax 1:26 pm 20 Aug 10

i think thumper is feeling uncomfortably like being drunk…

Thumper Thumper 12:43 pm 20 Aug 10

Ford, stop that, you’re turning into a penguin!

astrojax astrojax 12:05 pm 20 Aug 10

georgesgenitals said :

I guess the thousand monkeys on a thousand typewriters will, occasionally, not write text masquerading as a news story.

um, it is an infinite number of monkeys – a thousand monkeys with typewriters is called ‘the australian’

p1 p1 11:54 am 20 Aug 10

I, for one, welcome our new acronym using overlords.

bitzermaloney bitzermaloney 11:53 am 20 Aug 10

Actually, I think its reflects the normal level of journalism that CT normally provides. Certainly it has just has much detail.

georgesgenitals georgesgenitals 11:44 am 20 Aug 10

I guess the thousand monkeys on a thousand typewriters will, occasionally, not write text masquerading as a news story.

astrojax astrojax 11:39 am 20 Aug 10

just kill her; kill julia bad girl; bloodlessly

losing her position on industry; help

??

Davo111 Davo111 11:35 am 20 Aug 10

I’d say its the most informative (and unbiased) article to come out of the Canberra Times

johnboy johnboy 10:47 am 20 Aug 10

coded signal to spies maybe?

Thumper Thumper 10:44 am 20 Aug 10

Alien invasion is imminent.

martyo martyo 10:41 am 20 Aug 10

ummm Tony Abbot fell asleep on a CT’s journo’s keyboard on the campaign trail?

there onto you JB – it’s already fixed

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