Saturday, September 14, 2013

A considerate silence

Higher thoughts and a sometime-neglected responsibility to make the world a better place have stayed all posts these past few days. The temptation to gloat at Labor's humiliation and mock its attempts to present electoral catastrophe as unalloyed triumph would have been overwhelming, and the less salt rubbed into that open wound the better and brighter Australia's chances of achieving a new era of amity and accord.

So, with selfless restraint, not a word about the carping, petulant, whining, frustrated and self-deceiving bastards who spent six years stuffing everything upon which they could wrap their slimy and corrupt hands.

See, it is easy to be civil.

6 comments:

  1. How frightfully nice of you old chap

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  2. You're a saint, Prof. Bunyip. Australia's second saint I would venture.

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  3. "....a new era of amity and accord" to be achieved by rubbing less salt into the open wound? Yeah,right Prof.,what we need is not salt but sulfuric acid poured into the open wound and plenty of it.Anything will be seen as an indication of Tory weakness.

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    1. I suggest something which includes nitrogen compounds as they tend toward post-reaction flammability and explosiveness.

      Cheers

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  4. The Old and Unimproved DaveSeptember 14, 2013 at 4:38 PM

    Bugger civility. Arrogant smoothies like Kevin Rudd push all my buttons.

    Go to town on him, Professor, like only you can.

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  5. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.September 14, 2013 at 6:26 PM

    Come round anytime to borrow a cup of salt, Prof.

    I have plenty to spare.

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