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Carbon Emissions on Friday 21st August 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 21st August 2015

Friday 21 August, 2015
Commentators are beginning to question whether the Ashes team failed because it contained too many captain’s picks by Tony
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Too picky

Commentators are beginning to question whether the Ashes team failed because it contained too many captain’s picks by Tony.

Playing it cool

Tony deserves a lot of credit for not being tempted to follow China’s lead of a 50% increase in carbon emissions by 2030.

In a manner of Speaking

Tony Smith has more of a Christopher Robin style as Speaker which contrasts sharply with Bronnie who held everyone in suspense as the Wicked Witch.

Trumping Clive

It’s intriguing to perceive the similarities between Clive and Trump. The one gave us Miss Universe and the other gave us Jacqui who gave him a miss.

Raising the ABC threat level

SBS has been planning a show around Zaky Mallah who threatened to shoot ASIO officers. Anyone who threatened Tony would be offered a series on the ABC.

Family allowance

If only Bronnie had taken a husband and kids on the helicopter flight she’d have got away with it like all the rest of them.

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