Friday, April 27, 2018

Waiter, a little déjà vu for late Friday cultists wanting to add to their collection ...

The pond is particularly pleased that its late Friday array of crockery is part of a spectacular set.

It comes with the oscillating fan's other works, which the pond will know cultists will want to collect.

Why we can't discount possibility of a Labor win

Why we can't discount possibility of a Coalition win

Completists will want the full set, which also includes

Why we can discount possibility of a DLP, One Nation or Greens win …


Why you too can pick a horse race a year away from starter's orders. Here's how ...

With every complete set, there's a bonus item not sold in store:

Why you won't learn anything about the actual outcome of the next federal election by reading on …

Questions, questions, but it's so terribly hard to know.

Well at least the oscillating fan kept it short …

"Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail,  
"There's a Labor party apparatchik close behind us, and he's treading on my tail. 
See how eagerly the Liberals and the agrarian socialists all advance! 
They are waiting on greenie and Pauline's preferences – will you come and join the dance? 
Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, will you join the dance? 
Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, won't you join the dance?

Anyone experiencing déjà vu is likely watching an old movie, getting ready to read more meaningless reptile predictions and speculations, or perhaps has stopped by a Pope cartoon to pick up some papal wisdom, with more papal déjà vu here

1 comment:

  1. Oscillatorius: "...we shouldn't discount the possibility of a hung parliament."

    Oh yeah, I'd love to see the parliament hung.

    Not only, but also: "...Kevin Rudd's 2007 victory only saw Labor win 83 seats, a majority of just seven."

    Que ? Labor wins 83 out of 150, leaving non-Labor with 67. 83-67 = 16 So, I'd kinda count that as a majority of 16 - or if you really want to think laterally, a margin of 8, that being the number of seats that non-Labor has to reverse to achieve an evenly divided house. So where does the Oscillating Fan get 7 from ? His fevered imagination, maybe ?

    Incidentally, in the 2007 election, Rudd's Labor actually won 23 seats, and the Lib-Nats lost 22 (and Independents also lost 1, leaving Bob Katter and Tony Windsor still in).


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