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Carbon Emissions on 16th January 2015

Carbon Emissions on 16th January 2015

Friday 16 January, 2015
The terrible news is that the terrorists in Paris killed so many people. The good news is they couldn’t kill Charlie Hebdo.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

Free Speech is Alive and Well

The terrible news is that the terrorists in Paris killed so many people. The good news is they couldn’t kill Charlie Hebdo.

Apocalypse Later

It’s heartening that Labor think that Bill will be the next PM because it means they don’t really believe their own spin about the country not surviving Tony.

Pardon my French

Je Suis Charlie is surely akin to Je Ne Suis Pas 18C.

Not Joining Little Miss Moffat

It is most unlikely that MPs currently away on junkets are in Northern Iraq enjoying the Kurds and whey.

Chance to Improve by Degrees

All doctors have a degree in medicine, all solicitors have a law degree so isn’t it time all politicians had a degree in politics?

More Charity Beginning at Home

As the GST increasingly becomes a charitable donation to Tasmania and SA surely it should also become tax deductible.

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These are the only carbon emissions created in Australia that are actually worth $24 a tonne.

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