Road trip!


Let’s do it!

How about the cattle farmers stick it back to that Gillard?

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Yes. We’re talking loading 100-odd trucks – or more – with now unsaleable cattle and sending them down to the lawns of Parliament House. There’s lush green grass there for them to feed on and even a water fountain for them to drink from (not to mention the sprinklers could be utilised).

Bugger all else they can do with that season’s worth of cattle now, is there?

It would send a clear message.

Spot has even included a handy directions guide (where the map comes from).

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    • The Wizard of WOZ
    • June 30th, 2011

    I love the idea, but the logistics are a nightmare. You’d need to feed and water God knows how many thousands of cows every thousand km or so. I’d rather just go to the lodge and leave the red witch an upper decker.

    Although I do like the idea of how much global warming we’d get from 100 plus road trains burning about 2 litres per km. Damn its cold here…

    • I love the idea, but the logistics are a nightmare. You’d need to feed and water God knows how many thousands of cows…

      And that’s different to the current situation how?

      Might as well make a point out of it, possibly enact some sense.

    • Sean of Deer Park
    • June 30th, 2011

    I LOVE IT! What a great idea.

    • Spread the word, brother. I don’t give a shit about credit, so long as it’s done.

    • Winston Smith
    • July 1st, 2011

    Drop in at the McKinlay Bush Nursing Post for a cuppa!
    If it’s after ten in the morning, we’ll make it a beer.

  1. July 1st, 2011

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