Welcome to the Department of Australia’s Bureau of Regret

Nothing shows you the true measure of a public figure like the things they try to cover up -- and the Department of Australia would like to share them with you.

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The great promise of Twitter is that it brings us closer to the people we're interested in. What are my friends doing? Where is my local MP today? How many journalists have published lists of facts about cats so far today?

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7 thoughts on “Welcome to the Department of Australia’s Bureau of Regret

  1. David Russell

    This promises to be a wondrous source of content. Let’s have more – much more!

  2. MJPC

    I am with David, this is classic, keep it coming. Can we see Andrew Bolt/Alan Jones tweets, they give an insight into the workings of government.

  3. Liamj

    This could make a profit by accepting ‘donations’ from thoughtless tweeters, as well as being a public service for encouraging reflection by same.

  4. Kevin Herbert

    Me three…..more please

  5. Lockie Histo

    Have others noticed how the tone of pronouncements about Russian guilt changed when it turned out that MH17 was downed by gunfire?

    Surely tweeting is teaching some to think before posting.

  6. rhwombat

    Lockie Histo @ #5: …gunfire @ 10,000m ? Pull the other one – it doesn’t have an oligarch humping it.

  7. Venise Alstergren

    Does Erica Betz tweet? I’d love to see his recantation of his astonishing-abortion gets you cancer-lyric.

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