Monday, August 31, 2009

Come back Timmy

I expect I have just alarmed Dina. But no, this is a local matter.

Dear Timmy, I haven't always agreed with you, but please come back. Yes, we will laugh at your unshaven state and your perhaps foolish endeavour and you will no longer be Mr Perfect, but come back Timmy.

13 comments:

  1. Why not Justin?

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  2. Yeah Ian. But cut a tentacle off the beast and it lives on.

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  3. I wasn't too alarmed ; )

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  4. Dina, just making sure you did not think I had designs on your husband.

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  5. I have to confess I had no idea who this guy was, until he went missing.....I should pay more attention to current affairs....

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  6. Of course I'm glad he's safe and sound, (nobody should pay with their lives for dumb choices - i.e. going off alone in what he, as an allegedly experienced hiker, would have known were perilous conditions) and I assume he will be paying back all the costs incurred by us taxpayers in the rescue effort.

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  7. ... and did he find Crean's lost brother ?

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  8. ... and was there a James Scott Mars bar involved.

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  9. ... and how often has the media been invited in to cover Commissar Brumby addressing a caucus meeting, as it was today to be subsequently splashed across the TV news?

    (Sorry that was a very cynical rhetorical question.)

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  10. Shame Evol. He is about the only shaggable person in the state government.

    All comments were rhetorical I think LS.

    I am scratching my head about Crean's brother. I do recall something MS.

    Indeed Fenz, except Timmy was found.

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  11. Evol: don't worry about it, really.

    LS: if there was a marsbar then that turd harold maurice miller won't be far behind (no pun).

    Hot-A: how quickly we forget things that were front-page news for days and days. Mal Turnbull is fully aware of this fact of course.
    Simon Crean's brother has never been found. This Timmy thing will have put them through something too.

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  12. And MS, I am quite guilty of that. I put it down to that we are absorbing so much information now, some of it just does not stick.

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