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The Daleks are worried about our food production

By Barcham - 20 May 2013 5

SEE-Change just sent us this alarming video to promote their lecture, Our Hungry Future, which is happening tomorrow.

Event: A public lecture by Julian Cribb, Our Hungry Future, followed by a short question and answer session. Our Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, Shane Rattenbury, speak briefly on the government’s food security position.
Where: Tim Murray Lecture Theatre, Canberra Grammar School, Red Hill
When: 7.15 pm, Tuesday 21st May 2013

Dalek!

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The Daleks are worried about our food production
SEEChangeIncCanberra 6:36 pm 20 May 13

switch said :

… because associating your event with a dalek makes it so much more serious…

ps What’s the local government’s mayor got to do with food security? Is there nothing this man cannot do?

I didn’t think it would make it more serious: I just thought it might make you comment. Apparently I was correct.

Ado 6:25 pm 20 May 13

switch said :

What’s the local government’s mayor got to do with food security?

TAMS has the biosecurity responsibility for the ACT. He’s the TAMS minister.

Sounds fair enough to me.

Ben_Dover 5:27 pm 20 May 13

SEEChangeIncCanberra said :

Update: you can hear Julian Cribb talking to Adam Shirley on ABC 666 at 5.30 today.

Don’t call him Shirley!

SEEChangeIncCanberra 5:14 pm 20 May 13

Update: you can hear Julian Cribb talking to Adam Shirley on ABC 666 at 5.30 today.

switch 5:09 pm 20 May 13

… because associating your event with a dalek makes it so much more serious…

ps What’s the local government’s mayor got to do with food security? Is there nothing this man cannot do?

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