The Queensland Coroner will investigate the death of an asylum seeker.
Late yesterday arvo I was faced with one of those conundrums which arise in this gig. Whether to write a serious column or a stupid one.
And then I realised, why choose.
Dear Mr Strong Choices
My husband and I have always enjoyed a healthy sex life, but recently he’s been terribly worried by the indefensible $500-a-day service charge which seems purpose designed to destroy the solar power industry in Queensland. He says he stills loves me but the physical side of our relationship has been ruined by your strange and inexplicable hostility to renewable energy.
Why, Mr Strong Choices? Why? Solar power is hot, powerful, strong and long-lasting. Why have you denied me this pleasure?
MY, New Farm
STRONG CHOICES HULK SMASH HUSBAND’S FLACCID WILLY ON HEAVY IRON ANVIL. SEE HOW HUSBAND LIKE THAT WHEN WILLY DOCTORS ALL SACKED FROM HOSPITALS BECAUSE STRONG CHOICES HULK SMASHED THEM TOO. GAH!!!
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They are hateful. But might soon tasty.
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Global warming a scam? Excellent. Can I have my money back then, Mr Treasurer?
Or, a personal fave, genuine complaints from the CIA cafeteria.
2. Condiments are serious business
“Please put back the individual packets of ketchup, mustard & mayonnaise. The large pump boxes of these items are not convenient to use, causing frustration & are not liked by many people.”
The above quote is merely a brief excerpt from a long and deeply impassioned rant praising the superiority of individual packets and detailing the brutal struggle of using the pumps. This poor employee even had to go through the strenuous effort of putting down his food and drink just to be able to obtain his condiment of choice. Clearly the CIA must act immediately to end this humanitarian crisis.
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When you're on deadline, without time to waste on blogging, he always come through.
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Can I just state for the record that I have lots more followers than The Cat and nobody from the Premier's office made anything of my offer to go gay for billionaire Apple tyrant Tim Cook, as long as there was a staff discount on a Mac Pro in it for me? Nobody complained about my appalling language, my frequent references to my bodily functions or my recurring habit of referring to News Limited trollumnists as toothless crack whores.
I am much worse than Cameron Atfield, Mr Premier, even if he does have a stupid blue tick. And you prove yourself unfit to govern by not recognising that.