The 17/11/2013 Starter Post November 17, 2013November 19, 2013 joe6pack Uncategorized We live in interesting Times These 3 are running the Joint But we are still alive and kicking A shit starter thread I agree But in the end it’s all about the content Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestTumblrEmailPrintRedditLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
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With Ziggy Whataclownski in charge of NBNCo anything can happen. All you know that it’ll be bad, really bad.
Here is a nice handshake for Tony:
What many are dreading—that TPG, iiNet, Telstra etc be allowed to cherry pick MDUs and other profitable areas leaving Gimp Co to connect high cost, low return areas. The Bush would suffer for this but you won’t hear a peep out of Truss, Bananaby etc. We would NEVER have a real national network that way, just a mess hemorrhaging money from the Budget in subsidies, covering Gimp Co losses etc.
Australia’s reputation will be well and truly dead buried and cremated by the time the slogan bogan is finished.
The Idiot is just making everything worse. Someone should belt him around the ears a few times and make him see sense. He has to apologise.
SBY attacks Abbott over spying response
For any who have even the slightest doubt Slogan Bogan is THE problem. Ah, remember all those fawning msm articles after Tone’s triumphal procession through Indonesia ?
[Abbott treating spy issue ‘too lightly’, Indonesian President Yudhoyono says –
“I deeply regretted Australia’s PM statement which took lightly the tapping issue towards Indonesia, without feeling guilty,” the President tweeted this morning, suggesting the Prime Minister had inflamed the diplomatic fallout from the scandal. – ]
I believe our illustrious FM is busy selling uranium ion India.
Yes, serving this governments masters.
Bruce Haigh, interview the other day for SBS.
“Slogan Bogan”: I hadn’t noticed that one before. Very good and very appropriate.
Penny Wong got in a nice little zinger.
New thread published: The Fall Of The Whirling Dervish
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