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strippers at work

By bonfire - 25 November 2005 10

I don’t know if the local media have covered it, but there is a gang of portuguese cork strippers working on canberras cork plantation at present.

The herald sun cover it here.

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strippers at work
Spitfire3 12:57 pm 28 Nov 05

666 ABC radio covered this on Friday arvo I think. I can’t remember which girl did the interview, but it was fairly good. She even managed to slip in a ‘strippers’ joke at the end.

Ari 3:56 pm 25 Nov 05

The bike path around LBG runs through the cork plantation near Scrivener Dam (next to where the new Arboretum is planned). Unless you are aware of what it is it just looks to the uninitiated like a normal plantation of oaks.

It’s not a money-making venture (although that was the idea when it was originally planted).

Kerces 3:41 pm 25 Nov 05

It’s about the rise of screw tops instead of corks isn’t it? And how it’s the fault of the British?

Though what that’s got to do with pulling bark of trees in Canberra, I have not a clue.

Incidentally, did anyone know we had a cork plantation? Does it make a lot of money?

Jazz 3:11 pm 25 Nov 05

that is a terrible article in the herald sun. I’ve read it three times and still really have no idea what it is trying to say.

che 1:06 pm 25 Nov 05

thats ok, they’ll find your comment just as well, good thinking

Ari 12:49 pm 25 Nov 05

You’d get even more Google hits if you said “Latino strippers at work”

Kerces 12:43 pm 25 Nov 05

sure sure

bonfire 12:36 pm 25 Nov 05

that was entriley an accident on my part. i apologise for the salacious title, which i realise only in retrospect.

che 12:13 pm 25 Nov 05

yeah but think about the great google searches we’re going to get from the title

Kerces 10:53 am 25 Nov 05

There was a story and photo in today’s CT

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