Thursday, July 28, 2011

Later...

Apologies for the lack of posts, but after reading Christine Nixon's bid to blame Rupert Murdoch for her shortcomings, the laughter came on so strong that several minor organs were ruptured.


Actually, that's not entirely true.

Grandfather Bunyip is booked in for a brain scan after his recent stroke, so it looks like the rest of the day will be spent moping in hospital waiting rooms and attending to other family matters.

There is more to say about our former police commissioner. If not tonight, certainly tomorrow.

UPDATE: The medicos report that Grandfather Bunyip's brain is more or less where it should be, working reasonably well and that there are no signs of fresh blood vessels about to burst. He celebrated the news with several glasses of Stone's Green Ginger Wine.

7 comments:

  1. Best wishes to you and Grandfather Bunyip.

    xxx

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  2. As a former operator of BioMed kit I have every confidence that GFBunyip is in the very best of hands despite the "mope" inducing anterooms.

    Prayers and best wishes from us, here, now.

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  3. Will Nixon take responsibility for her own stuff ups?

    Fat chance!

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  4. http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/crush-the-castle-hd/id443011378?mt=8
    As the Combat Engineers would say: "Chimo!"

    Cheers

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  5. "UPDATE: The medicos report that Grandfather Bunyip's brain is more or less where it should be, working reasonably well and that there are no signs of fresh blood vessels about to burst. He celebrated the news with several glasses of Stone's Green Ginger Wine. "

    Hazaar!

    xxx

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  6. onya Grandpa! You must be with us to celebrate back to back on 1 October

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  7. Steve of Ferny HillsJuly 29, 2011 at 11:15 PM

    As a callow 18 year old, I got very hungover after drinking a bottle of Stone's Green Ginger Wine (and probably some other stuff that I don't remember).

    Forty years on the thought of drinking SGGW still makes me feel queasy. The experience of chundering partly digested SGGW is seared into my brain.

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