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Carbon Emissions on Friday 17th April 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 17th April 2015

Friday 17 April, 2015
Somebody should put Bill Shorten out of his misery by reassuring him it’s ok if he doesn’t have an idea till 2016.
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Gem of an idea

Joe has strongly denied that he planned the London jewellery heist as a revenue raising measure to help the budget.

An affair to forget

Hillary believes it’s now safe to move back into the White House with Bill because Monica’s too old to be an intern.

bill-shorten-thinking

He’s got no idea when he’ll have one

Somebody should put Bill Shorten out of his misery by reassuring him it’s ok if he doesn’t have an idea till 2016.

Money miracles

Vatican treasurer George Pell has miraculously found one billion euros. Now all he needs to do to achieve sainthood is find a miracle surplus for Joe.

Easy being Green

A recent survey showed that atheists and the rich vote for the Greens. Both groups are obviously immune to their godforsaken economic policies.

Going even further West

It seems that everyone is relaxed about WA seceding as long as the price of iron ore stays below $50 a tonne.

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

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