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Carbon Emissions on Friday 9th January 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 9th January 2015

Friday 9 January, 2015
Friday Mash nominates Barnaby Joyce as the most disappointing political performer in 2014. He hardly made a single entertaining gaffe.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

A possible blow-wave blow-in

The Palmer United Party clearly lacks the political experience of someone who has actually been in the Lodge like the First Bloke.

A deficit of selling

Even during the Summer break Joe Hockey has been out trying to sell the budget. Unfortunately Greece couldn’t afford it.

Spoilt for choice

In 2015 Tony has to prioritise between saving the country from an economic crisis, Christine Milne, the Senate, terrorism or Clive.

Cut-price carbon emissions

The Greens must be appalled by the drop in petrol prices. If Tony hadn’t raised the fuel excise things could have been a lot worse.

No reason to Rejoyce

Friday Mash nominates Barnaby Joyce as the most disappointing political performer in 2014. He hardly made a single entertaining gaffe.

Days and knights shopping

Australians racked up such a high credit card bill during Christmas and the Sales that many must be in line to be honoured for services to the retail industry.

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

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