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Dropbears and sticky pants, a G20 threat assessment

Posted March 20, 2014 into Blunty by John Birmingham

Minutes of a Double Secret Meeting

Premiers Department.

Re. G20 or Possibly G19 Security Arrangements

Attending: Premier, Police Commissioner, Police Minister

The meeting was called to order by the Premier who wanted to know why the internet was still running around freely in his state given all the threats he’d been getting from the internet.

The Minister assured the Premier that his men assured him they were all over the internet and the Commissioner knew they weren’t lying because every time he looked out his office the others were all gathered around the big computer out there pointing at something on the internet.

At Blunty.

5 Responses to ‘Dropbears and sticky pants, a G20 threat assessment’

Lulu mumbles...

Posted March 20, 2014

Maybe we could include a warning for Putin that there are Ukrainian dropbears; gay Ukrainian dropbears.

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dweeze swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted March 20, 2014

Whether or not it was intended, you oopsied a few pars from the end. In the current glorious weather, my wethered South American camels dont know whether they are wooly or wearing the wheat bags.

WE, THE pedants ARe worried...

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Quokka mumbles...

Posted March 20, 2014

I can't be arsed logging in to comment - since I know if I do I'll end up with spam, spam and more spam - but I feel duty bound to remind our illustrious guests that when you shave a drop-bear, you get a bogan.

tqft mumbles...

Posted March 20, 2014

I got a few good laughs with that a while back (it may have been you I stole it from) - Aussie backpackers are shaven dropbears tattooed with a southern cross and sent overseas until they are civilised.

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JG swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted March 21, 2014

You forgot the giant gekkos and the Brisbane River monster that lives under Brisbane's bridges. And the giant squids that creep ashore. You never know what's below that calm, brown river.

By the by, I heard that Brisbane's new underground transit station will be called BAT. I heard it from a distance on the news and thought at first that theQueensland Premier called it the Back Tunnel, which I instantly translated in my mind to be the Back Passage aka the Bum Route. Sad story.

Luckily the BAT Tunnel won't be built before the G20 Summit this year. The delegates would be swallowed whole, never to appear again; eaten by that bad, dark place at the bottom of Brisbane.

JG, still training hard for my first full marathon on the Gold Coast in 2014 (in advance for when public transport becomes too expensive).

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