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Here’s Why Canberra is the World’s Most Liveable City!

October 8, 2014

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It’s long been the envy of city dwellers in Sydney and Melbourne, and now Canberra has now firmly cemented its status as the World’s Most Liveable City according to the OECD ahead of London, New York, Paris, Milan, Rome and Venice.

And it’s not surprising why. Renowned for its close proximity to stunning beaches, riverside cafes and a plethora of eclectic book shops, antique fairs, and a thriving culinary and arts and culture scene. Today, Canberra is the number one tourist destination attracting visitors from all corners of the world eager to sample the fine fare that only Red Rooster and Burger King in Belconnen can offer.

It’s also emerged as the leading fashion centre of Australia, trumping Melbourne’s multi-million dollar Emporium department store with Westfields in Woden boasting both Target and Best for Less.

But that’s not all. A visit to Canberra isn’t complete without a sojourn to the elegant Discount Adult Bookshop in Fyshwick, and you can also pick up a small memento from any of one of the myriad of small explosives shops in Queanbeyan.

But there’s still more!   Home to the nation’s largest congregation of public servants, high fashion is the order of the day, with the nation’s behind-the-scenes powerbrokers parading the streets in the latest collections of walk shorts, sandals and knee high socks.

Cardigan clubs abound after dark, allowing radical accountants, administration officers and those footloose and fancy free bohemian human resource managers to kick up their heels and exchange knitting patterns, scone recipes and cafeteria biscuit tasting competitions.

Look out Las Vegas, Canberra is the new playground for the rich and fabulous!

 

 

 

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  1. October 8, 2014 11:12 am

    PM Abbott:

    ‘Well, Canberra’s a lovely city, so’s Sydney, so’s Melbourne, so’s Adelaide, so’s Perth, so’s Brisbane.’

    Obviously he’s never been to Brisbane.

  2. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 8, 2014 11:24 am

    The Canberra workplace is vibrant, efficient and lively.

    Here’s a team of dedicated public servants planning the new offices for some more public servants!

  3. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 11:40 am

    Canberra, welcome to #workchoicesdeadburiedcremated

    Thousands of middle managers in the Australian Taxation Office face the loss of their flexitime arrangements and instead will work unpaid extra hours as the ATO continues to crack down on workers’ conditions.

    The Tax Office management wants its executive level 1 public servants to lose the right to refuse to work overtime, unions say, and to be on the same arrangement as better paid bureaucrats further up the hierarchy who are not allowed to recoup extra hours worked.

    The new arrangement, proposed as part of enterprise bargaining talks, means EL1 staff will not be able to take time off to compensate for extra hours spent at their desk.

    Unions are furious, saying the move is another assault on the working conditions of a key group of ATO public servants.

    http://www.canberratimes.com.au/national/public-service/flexitime-under-threat-for-ato-middle-managers-20141007-10rast.html

    But, as our employment expert yomm says, they’re all bludgers anyway, so deserve what they get.

  4. October 8, 2014 11:43 am

    What a great idea…

    “Businesses In Brisbane Are Boycotting The Courier Mail”

    Read more at http://junkee.com/businesses-in-brisbane-are-boycotting-the-courier-mail-over-its-awful-front-page-yesterday/42869#6BoJfiO0sH931Mz2.99

  5. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 11:53 am

    Wow reb, that front page is atrocious, even for ltdnews.

    No wonder they are getting picked on from such bastions of un-biased (chuckle) reporting such as Independent Australia

    Murdoch’s Brisbane masthead The Courier Mail has clearly displayed bias and inconsistency in its hysterical coverage of the Senate Inquiry into the Newman Government, writes Alex McKean and Stephen Keim SC.

    http://www.independentaustralia.net/business/business-display/senate-inquiry-into-queensland-govt-reveals-courier-mails-corruption,6974

  6. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 11:55 am

    From your link

    Please be aware that I will no longer be selling The Courier Mail, or any other News Corp Australia publications, at the Café.

    Much amusement to be had with that line I foresee.

    Are they attacking “free-speech” by boycotting garbage?

  7. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 8, 2014 11:58 am

    Getting an hour or 2 a week from public servants will hardly hurt them.

    The daily comments of public servants –

    • “Who’s eaten all the Tim Tams? There’s only iced vovos left”
    • “I don’t have enough money for lunch today, so could we have a meeting at 12.30, and I’ll order the catering”
    • ”Heavens, it’s 12.32 already, I’m late for lunch!”
    • “I have to hang up now Mum, or I’ll be late for afternoon tea”
    • “Sorry, it’s 4.34, and I’m already late in knocking off”

  8. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 12:00 pm

    yomm shows again his intricate knowledge of all things employmenty

  9. Splatterbottom permalink
    October 8, 2014 12:23 pm

    You neglected to mention the frisson, the sheer titallation, that comes from being at the centre of political power in this country. There is the exhilarating validation of one’s status knowing that by lving in Canberra one is walking among giants, that at any moment one might catch a face-full of Abbott in his lycra cycling togs or a glimpse of Hockey and Korman chomping on cigars.

  10. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 12:34 pm

    yomm shows again his intricate knowledge of all things employment

    Chuckle … based on “personal experience” no doubt … 😉

  11. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 12:35 pm

    employmentY… hehe … 🙂

  12. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 12:38 pm

    employmentY… hehe

    Yep, he’s level eleventy xspurt in employmenty 🙂

  13. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 12:52 pm

    ELEVENTY! What pay bracket!

    http://www.senbenp.com/OFB/Hay%20Group%20Powerpoint%20Presentation.pdf

  14. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 8, 2014 1:38 pm

    The ATO has an average of about 16 days a year in sickies!! That’s an epidemic!!

    They get a “flexiday” or 2 a month, and a sickie or 2, meaning that it is the exception that a public servant works 5 days a week!

    http://www.smh.com.au/national/public-service/large-workplaces-struggle-with-sickies-20121129-2ah2r.html

    Then we have the world famous case of a woman having such vigorous sex with her colleague that the bed lamp feel on her head!

    The culture of the private sector would be – “that’s a little embarrassing, I might need a couple of days off, but I’d better be discrete about it.”

    But not our public service. Comments by the “victim” of this safety hazzard–
    • I should have been booked into the Hyatt
    • There should have been an OHS inspection of this hotel
    • What can I get out of this?
    • I’m never having sex with a Clerk Grade 5 again!

    Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/national/public-service/woman-hurt-during-sex-on-work-trip-entitled-to-compo-court-20120419-1x8z3.html#ixzz3FW5SGsES

  15. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 3:33 pm

    The ATO has an average of about 16 days a year in sickies

    Wow, yomm does links, talk about evolution 😉

    Mind you, try and get it right when you do; (about) 16 days in sickies?? (unscheduled absentees aren’t sickies yomm, but I don’t need to tell that to a employmenty xspurt do I)

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-09-11/murdoch-fact-check-sparks-social-media-frenzy/4950894

    But, regardless, it is a high number, and obviously we need to make their conditions even worst in order to tackle it 😯

  16. Ton of Melbourne permalink
    October 8, 2014 3:47 pm

    Most workers only get 1 sickie day of personal leave a month, so how can our public servants at the ATO get 16 a year on average?

    It’s probably just another example of their privileged employment conditions.

  17. Splatterbottom permalink
    October 8, 2014 4:05 pm

    Organic soy coffee at the ATO:

    A federal public servant under scrutiny over work absences said she took longer breaks than usual because she needed to find cafes that sold organic coffee and soy milk.

    The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) worker claimed she suffered an adjustment disorder triggered by what she saw as unreasonable actions by her boss.

    She took her case to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal after being denied compensation by Comcare.

    The woman cited scrutiny of her attendances at work, an unsatisfactory work performance assessment and refusal of study leave as contributing factors.

    Her manager checked log-in and log-out records, and asked why they did not match timesheets provided by the employee.

    The executive level 1 worker claimed she took longer than the normal 15 minutes allowed for coffee breaks because she needed to find organic coffee and the non-dairy based soy milk for dietary reasons.

    She had also been away from her desk to comfort a friend, used the stairs for exercise and had studied in the ATO building foyer.

    However, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal found her manager’s actions had been reasonable, and confirmed Comcare’s decision to deny the woman compensation.

    Good to see that the leech had a responsible manager and got a good ass-kicking from the AAT.

  18. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 4:07 pm

    We should survey Rupert, Gina, Twiggy, any Windsor Kids*, Clivey and compare their time on the job to the money they avoid paying in taxes and how much they get from taxpayers … oh and the Pope …

    And WGAF what Rupert Murdoch’s mind makes up occasionally? (I just can’t call it thinking)

    *Harry and William

  19. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 4:07 pm

    It’s probably just another example of their privileged employment conditions.

    probably? Aren’t you an xspurt?

    So, here comes all the links of stoopid employees

    Should we put up links of stoopid employers?

  20. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 4:13 pm

    However, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal found her manager’s actions had been reasonable, and confirmed Comcare’s decision to deny the woman compensation.

    As they should have … so what’s the point? I’ve had liars, cheats and thieves work for me … the other 99% of people worked with me to achieve some pretty profitable/satisfying outcomes in private enterprise …

    Having said that I have recognised a different “culture” within government departments that I’ve worked with (consulting and/or training) … the drive to achieve is somewhat lacking …

  21. October 8, 2014 4:42 pm

    When I commisioned the Navy network I had to fly to Canberra once maybe twice a month. I then understood the meaning of the term “I spent a week in Canberra one afternoon” :shock;

  22. eggboxtroll permalink
    October 8, 2014 6:36 pm

    My brother recently worked as a public servant in Canberra and noticed his boss would frequently disappear for hours for no particular reason, so he asked him ‘whats the go?’

    “I go to the movies”, he replied, “you should do it too.”

    So he did.

  23. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 7:34 pm

    So he did.

    And that’s good?

    PNG Electricity Commission didn’t know what hit them when my mentor and I turned up … your brother and his boss would have been terminated within our first week!

    It does explain some of your sillier posts though …

  24. Tom R permalink
    October 8, 2014 7:50 pm

    your brother and his boss would have been terminated within our first week!

    You’re operating under the assumption that what egg says has a grain of truth.

    You know better 😉

  25. TB Queensland permalink
    October 8, 2014 8:11 pm

    Fair comment … TR

  26. October 9, 2014 2:04 am

    ””””yomm shows again his intricate knowledge of all things employmenty””””@TomR

    #yeah, unfortunately yomm is a miserable excuse for an air-breathing critter, example,

    ””public servants at the ATO get 16 a year””

    #but lets not mention the tax holiday some of the richest biz-monsters are getting,

    ””example of their privileged employment conditions””

    Look over there! Some working-class arse-hole on the lower-rungs is receiving some `micro`-benefit! But lets ignore fully boardroom members being paid hundreds of thousands per company for often, `about` 30-days work per company.

    Lets also ignore that these `clerks` yomm hates so much, are more than likely working to Ministers/Parliaments `instruction`, and/or `Committee`/`Advisor` recommendations.

    Unfortunately, yomm is one of those stupid critters we often refer to as `useful-imbeciles` that has been fooled into having `envy` of those on the bottom rungs of the economic ladder, by those on the upper rungs. By his own repeated comments across the interwebs, he is a devout imbecile of envy, and he will not be leaving his church.

  27. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 2:31 pm

    TAXPAYERS are spending about $150 million a year on an army of spin doctors to sell the Gillard government’s policies to voters.
    Figures obtained by The Australian reveal there are about 1600 staff employed by federal government departments and agencies in media, communications, marketing and public affairs roles.
    The Australian Taxation Office, Defence and departments of Human Services, Immigration and Health employ more media and communications staff than any other departments or agencies

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/media/pms-150m-spin-doctor-brigade/story-e6frg996-1226448739077

    1600 media types seems to be about 1550 too many. I wonder whether the $150,000,000 includes the cost of their catering and Tim Tams.

    I’m sure they’re all very hard working, and even if they go to conferences at taxpayer expense, they probably wouldn’t claim compo for the injuries they suffer as a result of having sex with a colleague.

  28. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 2:32 pm

    By the way, did I mention that teabagz is an incoherent f**kwit?

  29. Tom R permalink
    October 9, 2014 2:33 pm

    God forbid that anyone would be able to know how our tax system works, hey yomm 😯

  30. Tom R permalink
    October 9, 2014 2:34 pm

    By the way, did I mention that teabagz is an incoherent f**kwit?

    Incoherently? Yes 😉

  31. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 3:16 pm

    Yeah. We really need about 300 people in the tax department drafting media releases and the like.

    My tip is that they’ll spend most of their time enjoying the catering while meeting with each other.

    Good for them. The Tim Tam industry would be in recession if not for public service meetings.

  32. October 9, 2014 3:42 pm

    I think you’re unfairly singling out the Tim Tam industry ToM.

    Who will think of the humble milk arrowroot, which I imagine must be struggling given the public sector’s preference for biscuits of the Monte Carlo standard and above.

  33. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 4:00 pm

    That’s true, I’d forgotten about the long abandoned milk arrowroots, and the thousands of employees involved in its production. I hope they’ve been retrained in Monte Carlos.

    I believe alfalfa sprouts and roast capsicum production is booming, with so many public service media advisors eating sandwiches while meeting each other.

  34. October 9, 2014 4:23 pm

    “I believe alfalfa sprouts and roast capsicum production is booming”

    Indeed!

    As are my shares in Canberra producers of savoury muffins and sausage rolls.

    I’m also speculating in publicly listed legal firms based in Canberra who specialise “workplace trauma,” unfair dismissal and workplace bullying.

    Gutter Trash Investments is going to be RICH!

  35. TB Queensland permalink
    October 9, 2014 4:32 pm

    Gutter Trash Investments is going to be RICH!

    ‘Bout time we got a fkn dividend!

  36. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 4:43 pm

    Yes, I made a killing by investing in public service trends. Remember when this office equipment was essential to the health of public servants?

    I think that supply rort lasted a few years!

    Maybe now it’s time to invest in sturdy beds for amorous public servants that go to conferences.

  37. October 9, 2014 5:31 pm

    l see our corporate Personal Fluffer has plenty to report from the tinfoil cubicle on scribblers and their `lunch-budget` and nothing to say about over-priced single use flying trash cans(f35) and then rants about `one-off` events.

    l guess we could round`em all up to work in the Department of Submarine Construction, hey bro.?

  38. Tom R permalink
    October 9, 2014 5:39 pm

    I call it class envy teabagz. Not everyone is forced to work from a surf board 😉

  39. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 6:19 pm

    Yes, certainly teabagz has “class envy”

    He’s envious of anyone with class. Observe the way he tries to brown nose to some of the long standing contributors, with stuff like – “you wouldn’t put me, reb, dunny or TB in that category”

    Teabagz is a genuine suck hole troll.

  40. TB Queensland permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:13 pm

    Yes, certainly teabagz has “class envy” … “you wouldn’t put me, reb, dunny or TB in that category”

    Can’t speak for anyone else … but “class” pisses me right off … us Northerners don’t ‘ave nun …

  41. October 9, 2014 7:14 pm

    So, Just ad-hom`s yomm.
    Unable to defend your own blather.? Again.?

  42. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:18 pm

    Perhaps if you used comprehensible sentences and grammar, people might bother to figure out how to reply to your crap.

    But as it is, there is really no use bothering to even attempt to decipher the nonsense.

    So best you just continue with the suck hole trolling.

  43. October 9, 2014 7:32 pm

    I see myself as equal, certainly competent to converse, with anyone.

    I couldn’t give a fuck about earnings (apart from my own) or social status.

    The very concept of ‘divinity’ or ‘regency’, particularly the obviously conflated, faux-human type, offends me at a base level & I piss on its concept from a great height.

    Those with airs of such are my targets of disdain.

  44. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:34 pm

    As for this – “Just ad-hom`s yomm.

    It’s an observation made by the only expert in that discipline on this site.

    Ironic f**kwit.

  45. Tom R permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:41 pm

    I see myself as equal, certainly competent to converse, with anyone.

    What, even if they a consumer of the dreaded Tim-Tam ❓ 😯

  46. Tom R permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:42 pm

    It’s an observation made by the only expert in that discipline on this site.

    only?

    I feel a little put out by that, as should wally etal (and other Tim-Tam baggers) 😉

  47. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:43 pm

    Yes HD, almost everyone here participates without rancour and with respect, without any sense of privilege or regency.

    Only blow in f**kwits deserve contempt.

  48. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:46 pm

    Fortunately Tom R you’re not in the same class as teabagz when it comes to that discipline.

    He’s without a single redeeming feature.

    * No grammar
    * No humour
    * No sense

  49. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:47 pm

    Did I mention that he’s a brown nosing suck hole troll?

  50. Tom R permalink
    October 9, 2014 7:56 pm

    BUT DOES HE EAT TIM TAMS!!!

    The people have a right to know.

  51. October 9, 2014 7:58 pm

    “I couldn’t give a fuck about earnings (apart from my own) or social status.”

    Me neither…

    Which oddly leads me to dislike quite a wide range of people.

    In fact, it wasn’t that long ago that one of my so-called “friends” remarked:

    “It’s like you hate everyone.”

    And I said:

    “That’s not really fair. There’s a lot of people I haven’t met yet.”

  52. TB Queensland permalink
    October 9, 2014 8:14 pm

    So best you just continue with the suck hole trolling.

    Keep it up, teabagz , I get it … and ToM don’t! LOL!

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I couldn’t give a fuck about earnings (apart from my own) or social status.

    Absolutely, Mate!

    The Minister turns 65 in December and the changes to age pensions on Jan 01 are mind boggling … this government is rapacious beyond reason!

    Those with airs of such are my targets of disdain.

    Ebola in Cairns! (possible – seriously possible!)

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Yes HD, almost everyone here participates without rancour and with respect, without any sense of privilege or regency.

    Only blow in f**kwits deserve contempt.

    Now that deserves respect! ToM!

    HD! Human Dividend of the Buffalo Lodge … ultimate respect! (and I slapped my keyboard!) Mem’ries ….

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    “It’s like you hate everyone.”

    And I said:

    “That’s not really fair. There’s a lot of people I haven’t met yet.”

    FUCK! What’s wrong with US!

    Thanks, sreb!

  53. October 9, 2014 8:17 pm

    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2013-09-11/murdoch-fact-check-sparks-social-media-frenzy/4950894

    ””””Rupert Murdoch says public workers in Australia earn more and take many more sick days than their private sector counterparts.””””

    #it seems to me that my abc is engaging in its favorite pre-occupation; talking about teh-media.

    #so what, 16, 20 or 25, who gives a fcuk, it is nothing when you consider the direction of where employment is heading

    #under the teabags work till`ya drop, locking super up until 70, these `days-off` the pantie-soilers are bleating about will probably climb much, much higher, with an `elderly` so-called work-force #teabags

  54. October 9, 2014 8:51 pm

    “Which oddly leads me to dislike quite a wide range of people.”

    Haha…so do I. But not because of their earnings or social status. It’s their wrongheaded fucktardery & poor manners wot duz it!

    ““It’s like you hate everyone.”

    And I said:

    “That’s not really fair. There’s a lot of people I haven’t met yet.”

    Best Quote Ever!

    #sotrue

  55. eggboxtroll permalink
    October 9, 2014 8:57 pm

    ‘And that’s good?’

    No.

  56. Tony permalink
    October 9, 2014 9:03 pm

    Bagz is off his meds.

  57. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    October 9, 2014 10:11 pm

    “Bagz is off his meds head.”

  58. October 9, 2014 11:30 pm

    yomm, tinfoil`osy, #yaaawwwwwwn

    _____________________

    ””Keep it up, teabagz , I get it … and ToM don’t! LOL!””

    Count on it TB 🙂 🙂 🙂 watching ticki on the biz.?
    just had so-called `unemployment` numbers reported by abs,
    prepare to laugh, abs don`t believe their own numbers since `system` rejig, it seem we converted them TB 🙂

  59. October 9, 2014 11:45 pm

    ””””””””””’There’ll be more attention than usual on the latest set of official employment figures out later this morning after the Bureau of Statistics (ABS) admitted recent monthly figures were probably dodgy.

    The credibility of the ABS numbers was already on the line after a startling jobs increase of 121,000 in August was viewed by most economists as unbelievable.
    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2014-10-09/treasurer-blames-labor-for-abs-dodgy-jobs-data/5800666
    ””””””””””””””””
    #too simple to just publish the number straight out of the dole-office database

  60. October 9, 2014 11:53 pm

    ”””””””””””However, the union representing the staff at the ABS said the state of the organisation was embarrassing.

    The CPSU said $68 million was cut from the organisation in this year’s budget under the Coalition Government.

    It said that followed a $10 million reduction in the previous year’s budget under the Labor government.

    In that two-year period, the union said 350 roles had been cut.

    CPSU deputy national president Alistair Waters said the lack of resources at the bureau was jeopardising the credibility of its data.
    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2014-10-09/hockey-calls-for-answers-over-abs-unemployment-figures/5800346
    ””””””””””””””””””””
    #it must be an onion conspiracy with all the damage caused by Joolya`s government

  61. October 10, 2014 12:05 am

    ”””””””””the monthly Bureau of Statistics employment numbers have nothing to do with the number of people on the dole or other Centrelink benefits.
    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2014-02-13/employment-figures-explainer/5258248
    ””””””””””””””””
    +
    ”””””””””The Bureau’s figures are estimates, not actual numbers, and like any estimate there is scope for error.””””””””’
    +

    ””””””””’This survey is one of the nation’s biggest, and covers 26,000 households per month – around 60,000 people – and that sample gets gradually rotated so that it is not always the same households being interviewed.

    The ABS says this sample is 0.32 per cent of the civilian population aged over 15.”””””””’

    #this is the total bullshit `our` teabags and rusteds love to chortle about, what a bunch of arse-hats, 0.32% `interviewed/polled` means 99.68% are NOT.

  62. October 10, 2014 12:23 am

    With””his intricate knowledge of all things employmenty””and Tim-Tammy, the better human-being and smarter critter could argue ethically, (yes, even ethically) that the abs should have their tim-tam budget reduced, the number of `clerks` reduced, and the budget reduced in the un-ethical, fraudulent, Unemployment Fictional Number Division of the ABS, in the interest of Fairness, Service and Transparency to the voting public that Government is meant to serve.

    Alas, we do not have that better human-being and smarter critter. @Tom-R 🙂

  63. Tom R permalink
    October 10, 2014 6:40 am

    Genius bagger of T’s, cut the Tim Tam budget, and save the cuntree budget. Why didn’t hockey think of that, instead of trying to blackmail the opposition.

    I note that most write ups have blamed the total inability for ABS to measure anything now as Labors fault, even though this gubmint has cut more in one year than Labor did in the previous three combined.

    I wonder if they will finally call bullshit on the previous oppositions “waste” mantra as well?

    Considering it’s still all Labor’s fault (even though the ABS still operated accurately under Labors funding cuts) I can’t see that happening

    Needless to say, like everything else, this gubmint is quite happy with letting us know very little. And the ‘free-speech’ warriors who were so up in arm over legislation designed to make print media operate under similar laws that broadcast media operates under are silent or supportive (it’s for our own good don’t ya know)

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