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The Sandpit: Department of Australia (Game of Thrones spoiler alert!)

*Department of Australia is an online satire project created by Leslie Nassar. Leslie was Fake Stephen Conroy and Fake Today Tonight; he created TweeVee TV, the Twitter moderation platform that powers the on-air Tweets for ABC’s Q&A; he was a digital media officer for Victoria Police, an “emerging technology” nerd in Telstra’s chief technology office and most recently the director of Technology for Razorfish Australia.

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17 thoughts on “The Sandpit: Department of Australia (Game of Thrones spoiler alert!)

  1. McPhee

    Gaarh! Spoiler warning next time please!

  2. Penny Wright

    Not okay to put this in the email newsletter – definitely needs a spoiler warning. Or just take it down.

  3. Gareth

    You’re going to piss quite a few people off with this spoiler.

  4. paddy

    I’ve seen the odd stuff up in Crikey over the years, but nothing as bad as this one in “cartoon dept”. As the others have noted.
    Badly needs a spoiler alert.
    Hell, it’s not even particularly funny. #lamefail

  5. Todd Curry

    For an internet only publication, you sure have a thing or two to learn about internet etiquette regarding spoilers.

  6. rhwombat

    I disagree Paddy – I think it’s an excellent multivalent spoof. As for a spoiler alert – Um…you are aware that it’s all in the books, guys?
    …Oh what fun it is to write a one-horse open slay!

  7. paddy

    I’ve read the books rhwombat. (and seen the episode.)
    But today’s effort is still a clusterf*ck of a spoiler.

    In my humble opinion, the sandpit has not exactly covered itself in glory so far. Today is a low point.

  8. Forgotten Families

    the reaction from the commenters is funnier than the actual piece.
    well done.

  9. mikeb

    SPOILER ALERT !!!!!!!

  10. Forgotten Families

    thank you.

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