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Dang, there I was all primed with Soft Cell and FD has wrong footed me with the PM, Gangajang and Ian Turpie. And what a good speech it was. I think the powerfox enjoyed that one. And the comments ! It’s almost as if Firsty was there in a Clive Palmer mask with a few pillows down his jumper.
So completely off topic but pertaining to yesterday’s events in Parliament (aka “Whoops Vicar, Where’s my Trousers”):
Sometimes I feel I’ve got to
Run away I’ve got to
From the shame your vote brings to my poor party
The bench we share
Could be in the glare
If you voted right
Then I’d toss and turn and not sleep at night
Once I needed you
Now I’ll run from you
This tainted vote you’ve given
It gives no joy, I must be shriven
Take my jeers and that’s not nearly all
Tainted vote Oh ohhhh oh oh
Totally agree with Andybob FD.
How *dare* you not devote today’s toon to the “glorious gazelles”!!
Mind you, I have to confess, I chuckled deeply through frames 1-5…..
and then totally destroyed the keyboard at “Turpie”.
From Powerfaux back to Powerfox in one speech. Onya, J.
Meanwhile, in Parliament … is that the Benny Hill theme … ?
Drover’s Cat, don’t joke about being pursued by Girls in Bikinis.
A stroke of brilliance in the last line – Ian Turpie is now immortalised.
But back to the main theme: don’t the actual miners own the actual minerals? Are you sure? Then how did we ever get the impression that they do?
We wuz robbed.
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