Jun 25, 2012

… then where will we be?

The acclaimed cartoon that won First Dog on the Moon -- and Crikey -- his first Walkley Award for journalistic excellence in 2012.

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29 thoughts on “… then where will we be?

  1. Holden Back

    Mmm. Why is it the most heartless statements on this come from people who like to claim the label of ‘Christian’?

  2. moi aussie

    D D de la Luna MM,
    As always,
    Thank you for cutting
    to the chase,
    Neatly slicing
    through the hypocrisy
    that surrounds us.
    yours faithfully,
    moi aussie

  3. Omar Khayyam

    Well done Mr Onthemoon

  4. drmick

    Humanity firdo.
    They have removed it from banking and all business. Greed, selfishness and nimby IAFU is actively taught at skool, home and the office; some families don’t care about each other let alone caring about the plight of anyone else.
    And, thanks to Grienernomics, professional carers in NSW hospitals are again discouraged from actually doing what they are there for, looking after sick people. If hospitals cant get young healthy fit people who can pay in their beds, they wont have anybody; least of all those bluddy old frail weak and infirm sickly looking people and pesky sick kids who have no money at all.

  5. Mike Jones

    Ah, but would it were Lake Bearly Gryphon.

  6. archibald

    I hadn’t realised how easily a life preserver could become a millstone around one’s neck. Don’t let this get around FD – the market for floaties could be slashed.

  7. Mike Smith

    Parable of the Australian, I’m afraid to say.

  8. Jeremy Sear

    You are a national treasure, FD.

  9. Sandshoe

    Sweet irony! I am at an internet kiosk at a backpackers on the Cairns Esplanade and can hear children playing behind me at the plyaground over road. I’m not responsible for them. Me, me, me, I forgot to take a note of which backpackers I finally decided to book into and bought fifteen minutes to look for a reminder online. Unsure and sleep deprived. Seeking assistance at the Caravella. Life imitates art.

  10. Andrew L

    Evil goes thingy while good(ish) people wring their hands and do sfa

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