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Wrack, Ruin and the World’s End – Cabbage meets world.

By johnboy - 13 April 2005 7

CityNews have online coverage of the upcoming “Tough Love” budget now that the Chief Minister has discovered that the good times he walked into won’t always be around.

Rather than further depress the economy with fees and charges, why not cease payment of all the “consultative councils”? After all, we’re already paying (and paying) the Assembly to represent us.

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7 Responses to
Wrack, Ruin and the World’s End – Cabbage meets world.
Anonymous 12:17 pm 14 Apr 05

Very few of those councils are paid anyway – won’t save much!

blossy 8:46 am 14 Apr 05

No problems johnboy, just thought you may want to know (DS stuff)

Thumper 8:04 am 14 Apr 05

Well, its no surprise given the endless buckets of money that get immersed in planning for so particular reason. For God’s sake, we seem to have a plan for everything!

Oh, and a few bucks here and there to ensure no Bushfire enquiry.

Just aside, I heard on the news this morning that one of the Comrade’s staffers was arrested for spraying anti Howard graffiti on a house.

Great staff with good judgement has our esteemed brave leader. Wonder who picked him?

johnboy 9:23 pm 13 Apr 05

Thanks B, system handled DS changeover but was hard booted in the comms disaster and lost the change.

should be OK now.

sk8erboi 9:12 pm 13 Apr 05

You get what you paid for: stupid, crappy majority Labour government. Wake me up in 3 years time when I might give a damn.

Blossy 8:14 pm 13 Apr 05

Hey Johnboy, this is an aside from the topic, but I note you posted this at “7.54pm”. By my clock, that time hasn’t arrived yet – just checking that RiotACT hasn’t defaulted to daylight savings times. (and how I wish it were still daylight saving…)

johnboy 7:59 pm 13 Apr 05

Special mention to Peter Clack for using the phrase “he also” four times in the one short story.

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