Not good enough Mr Gunner. A quick visit shrouded by …

Comment on Boundless possible welcome to Alice for Gunner? by Chris Slater.

Not good enough Mr Gunner. A quick visit shrouded by minders and security.
Set up a soap box on the casino lawn with a microphone and advertise the event so the concerned citizens of this town may politely question why we are in such deep manure.
But you won’t, will you. At least your mentor and former boss had the decency to stand there in shock before she faded away into obscurity.
Oh that’s right, you gave her a top job with Team NT.
How’s that going?

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