Rolf Gerritsen’s ‘not much will change’ analysis is wrong on …

Comment on Voting for change? Don’t hold your breath. by Ian Sharp.

Rolf Gerritsen’s ‘not much will change’ analysis is wrong on a couple of important points.
Pricing carbon pollution will be abolished by the Coalition, a huge step backwards, and the NBN will be replaced by some third-rate fibre to a box somewhere at the end of the street. Not for me, thank you.
As for ‘Cameleer’: I’m a great believer in Sybil Fawlty’s comment to Basil: “If you are going to grope a girl, have the gallantry to be in the same room as her” when you do it. If you want to slag off at Snowdon, feel free … but have the guts to put your name to it. Or get a new nom de plume. Can I suggest ‘Cowardly Custard’ or ‘Gutless Wonder’?

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Crikey! You used to be able to visit the conservation reserve and picnic at the tables and seats right near the base security gate.
Long before the new Turnback sign we used to ride from Alice to the gates and return, a good 50km workout.
A few years ago a friend of mine was on a walk with other members of the Alice Field Nats when approached about what they were doing in the conservation reserve, not taken kindly.
Who draws the boundaries, how do they get extended? Get stuck into them Erwin, more power to your arm.


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Sad all round. Hope everyone can just put it all behind them and move on, Council business should be the priority. Let’s not go down the American route, formal complaints and litigation, soon we’d all need personal therapists and a legal team.


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@ Gareth: I’m with Erwin on this one. Clearly labelled “comment”.


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@ Charlie Carter: Took your advice to John Bell, re-read Marcias’ article. Easily found. Puts a lot in perspective. Cheers.


Jacinta Price spits dummy
Well said, Alan Harrison.


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