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Truth in advertising?

By johnboy 7 December 2008 22

One of the stranger (or perhaps more depressingly predictable) things about Canberra is our rules on advertising signage. You can’t put up a billboard. But if you can write it with flowers and pay off the Government you can still advertise on prime real estate down Northbourne Avenue. Assuming, that is, your outfit is adjudged sufficiently worthy.

Babscott1 sent in this one from the foot of Vernon Circle a few months ago. She thought it a profound statement on Canberra’s heart.

Go on, have a snigger. You were probably going to hell anyway.

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astrojax 1:05 pm 08 Dec 08

and ian dury, of course, was spasticus autisticus. (he was also a clever trevor and would hit you with ‘is rhythym stick if you gave him a hard time)

R. Slicker 10:13 am 08 Dec 08

It seems that many people with CP actually refer to themselves as spastics. I remember that the comedian Steady Eddie used the term constantly and said he wasn’t offended by it.

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