Thursday, 26 March 2009


We have already expressed some measure of joy at Key's announcement that " Hug a Polar Bear" programmes exhalted by the last government are for the chop. And Patrick Gower has a story in the Herald on Mission on Mission off, a health campaign administered by SPARC

Its has a website funded to the tune of $3.9 million.. They claim to have had 90,000 visitors - hell we have had 100,000 visitors to Roarprawn in less than seven months and it cost us nothing to set up.

What a bloody crock. We are glad that it is going but seriously someone should be looking at why it cost that much to build and administer.

We are hoping that we can get our rubbish tins back as well. If its good enough for the hamsters on the hill its good enough for us. We are waiting patiently for an email saying we can bif our desktop bacteria bin.

Commonsense reigns supreme.

Another excellent start to the day...


Anonymous said...

BB - do you know why TV1 political reporters Espiner and Mole (?) nod their heads while the question is being asked by the studio anchor?
It is VERY annoying. Clearly life is good if this is the only thing I can find to be annoyed about. The Breakfast was inspiring and uplifting and we all need plenty of that.

Bryan Spondre said...

Thats $40 per person, thats a lot of celery.