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Carbon Emissions on Friday 29th May 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 29th May 2015

Friday 29 May, 2015
What’s happened to the NBN? It’s been so long since anybody’s heard anything that authorities are checking to see whether it’s been hacked to Syria
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Carbon Emissions on FridayMash leading political satire and humour

Job Seekers

People smugglers now appear to have switched careers to international employment agents.

Work experience

There is widespread speculation about whether George Pell committed any Cardinal sins before he actually got the job.

My goodness more Guinness

The Irish probably voted for gay marriage because the Catholic Church has always insisted they take it so seriously.

Great Scott

The Coalition’s best chance of getting the budget passed is for Tony and Joe to concentrate on foreign affairs especially Scott independence.

A real terror

Experts believe that Aussie terrorists should be allowed back into the country to warn people against joining extremist groups like the Jacqui Lambie Network.

Underground movement in the wrong direction

What’s happened to the NBN? It’s been so long since anybody’s heard anything that authorities are checking to see whether it’s been hacked to Syria.

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

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