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He's looking rough.

Oh wait, he always looked rough.


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I don't think it's him, but whoever it was was pretty on point.

I think Andrews got off lightly if that's all they said and did.
Surprised he hasn't been hanged, drawn and quartered speaking in public when he turned the whole state into prisoners for nearly 2 years.

I suppose his security force is a lot better than it used to be though. All those police harrassing old ladies at supermarkets still need jobs I suppose.
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Daniel Putin (aka Vladimir Andrews) has much to answer for, not that he will, but it’s a close call whether I prefer him of Guy Smiley.

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Victorian election day on Saturday.
I can't predict who'll win at all.

Labour wants to spend 857 quadrillion dollars on improving all the stuff they'll then legally stop everyone from actually fucking using, and the liberals will penny pinch and sell every asset the state possesses for a pittance and let us become a barren, desolate shell but let people free to look at the tumbleweeds in the dustbowl any time they want...

It's too close to call.
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ian wrote: Fri Nov 25, 2022 1:29 am Victorian election day on Saturday.
I can't predict who'll win at all.
Unfortunately it’ll likely be a politician.

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2dr wrote: Fri Nov 25, 2022 6:23 am
ian wrote: Fri Nov 25, 2022 1:29 am Victorian election day on Saturday.
I can't predict who'll win at all.
Unfortunately it’ll likely be a politician.
Yep. I was right. It’s a politician who won. Looks like another four years of unfinished jobs, unfulfilled promises, unsatisfactory conduct, not to mention the questions that won’t be given a straight answer, the lies, the dodgy deals and the dead beats in the House of Representatives.

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