Mater’s Mischief #7: We’ve been tasting it for nearly two years



19 responses to “Mater’s Mischief #7: We’ve been tasting it for nearly two years”

  1. incoherent rambler Avatar
    incoherent rambler

    Detaching the fingers is awkward.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle Avatar
    Bruce of Newcastle

    Make up a batch of RATatouille.
    Eat it.
    If it tastes like cardboard you either (a) have the crud or (b) are a bad cook.

  3. Roger W Avatar
    Roger W

    Don’t be surprised if a remarkably large portion of the Victorian population now do this…
    also sure to be promoted by their ABC.

  4. Old School Conservative Avatar
    Old School Conservative

    Oh you are rude.
    But I like you.

  5. WolfmanOz Avatar

    That’s bloody hilarious !

  6. Megan Avatar
    Megan

    Well, that’s my best laugh this morning!

  7. grumpy Avatar
    grumpy

    Probably as accurate as a PCR or RAT too

  8. Katzenjammer Avatar
    Katzenjammer

    That’s a two minute and a few seconds test.

  9. bemused Avatar
    bemused

    Unfortunately, our politicians are unable to do this because they have both thumbs up their arse all the time.

  10. Pogria Avatar
    Pogria

    Email copies of this to every member of State and Federal Parliament. Jam their inboxes. Also to every damn hospital in the country. While I’m on a roll, every bloody supermarket and business that demands you be stabbed and tested before you may enter their hallowed premises.
    Make copies and stick them over the QR codes.

  11. Tom Avatar
    Tom

    I’m sure some Cat knows the day in March that is the second anniversary of the Kung Flu hysteria in Australia. For historical purposes, a date, please! Ta.

  12. Rohan Avatar
    Rohan

    Tom, we were LockDaned for the first time at Midnight on Sunday the 8th of March 2020. I attended a friends 50th the night before. It was the last time I had a seriously good fun in great company.

  13. calli Avatar
    calli

    Tom, you will find all the timelines for different states and territories here.

    For NSW, the 23rd March was the start of lockdown.

  14. mem Avatar
    mem

    Tomsays:
    January 8, 2022 at 1:11 pm
    I’m sure some Cat knows the day in March that is the second anniversary of the Kung Flu hysteria in Australia. For historical purposes, a date, please! Ta.

    The Grand Prix was to be held in Melbourne and it was officially cancelled on Friday 13th March at 12.3opm. I was in the city of Melbourne having lunch on one of the pontoon restaurants when this occurred. There were huge numbers of excited and preened and pumped people in the city including many internationals and country people all looking forward to the Grand Prix and its associated events. Then there was incredulity, anger and disappointment everywhere. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-03-13/australian-formula-1-grand-prix-cancelled-over-coronavirus/12052142

  15. Rabz Avatar
    Rabz

    For NSW, the 23rd March 2020 was the start of lockdown.

    A day that will live in infamy.

  16. Damon Avatar
    Damon

    Maybe next time, you won’t be so keen to obey the government.

  17. Miss Anthropist Avatar
    Miss Anthropist

    Damon,
    Oh yes they will.
    We have provaxers proselytising on this site.
    Their prerogative. Poor misguided souls.

  18. Kneel Avatar
    Kneel

    “Unfortunately, our politicians are unable to do this because they have both thumbs their head up their arse all the time.”

    FIFA.

  19. Winston Smith Avatar

    mem:

    The Grand Prix was to be held in Melbourne and it was officially cancelled on Friday 13th March at 12.3opm.

    There must have been several major sporting events the government has cancelled on short notice for spurious reasons.
    Our chances of getting the Olympic Games again have decreased yet again.
    Bloody good show!

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