Saturday, February 4, 2012

Persons Of Interest

WANTED
Tony "Black Arts" Hodges

Sought for questioning in connection with a Canberra race riot. Hodges is believed to travelling incognito and is said to enjoy the protection of the Parliamentary Press Gallery. Not believed to be dangerous unless encountered in company with pale people wearing Indigenous war paint and waving spears.

Hodges may be travelling with this woman, who presents herself as an Aborigine. Attention should therefore be paid to grant-issueing establishments.

Kim "Humpytown Crier" Sattler

Anyone observing this pair should contact the press on 03 8667 2250 and report the duo's whereabouts. Then they should call that number and repeat the information all over again, and again, and again, and again, and again. Do not be discouraged by  loud yawns on the other end of the phone. That is the sound of quality journalism and is entirely normal.

16 comments:

  1. Jeez, doesn't Miz Sattler look like a real 'type'?

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    1. I seem to remember a Kim who looked exactly like Ms Sattler and who worked as a temporary ASO 5 or 6 in the Public Sector Management Division of the ACT Chief Minister's Department in 2005, doing some project in relation to industrial conditions - Ms Sattler's area of interest and experience, according to her CV.

      If this was the Ms Sattler - and the appearance is identical, albeit the look generic - then it would be interesting to know how she rose from being a lower level temporary clerk in one of Australia's less distinguished public sectors to head of Unions ACT. Ms Sattler is, of course, a long term ALP apparachik who at one time unsucessfully sought to fill a casual vacancy for the ALP in the ACT Legislative Assembly.

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  2. As a retired KGB Colonel I have many long time contacts in the ALP .naturally .I am reliably informed a prominent ALP "Leader"has them hidden in The Lodge! Being Debriefed by a former Aide to Tony Blair ,who is teaching them Scottish so they can be hidden there until Labor wins the next election,under the present Glorious Leader..tru

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  3. Don't get me started again... I'm all ranted out

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  4. I believe that Tony Hodges is living with Godwin Gretch in a sanctuary provided by the Laboral Party for snitches in need. His application to join the Chasers is being reviewed (quite favourably) as we speak.

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  5. What a handsome couple. Bunyip, I think they might be holed up at the Midas Shoe factory writing copy and planning their next political stunt.

    http://www.midasshoes.com.au/wedges/glorify/w3/i1084957_1082472/

    "Classic pump outline medium heel wedge. Super soft suede all leather lined available in black and navy. Perfect for the office, political escapes and finding the burley bodyguard of your dreams."

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    1. A tobacco bodyguard? A burly bodyguard, surely.

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    2. Probably a fisherman like the Prof.

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  6. How do I remove coffee splatter from my keyboard and monitor?

    Well done, Professor! The laughing/choke/splutter was worth the pain!

    JMH

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  7. The Old and Unimproved DaveFebruary 4, 2012 at 3:48 PM

    In terms of career prospects, Abe Lincoln had a brighter future when he picked up his tickets at the box-office

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  8. Slightly off topic, but the Australian Day riot set-up was straight out of the British Labour party tactics manual.
    I think I see another British Labour tactic at work in Fair Work Australia's insane increase in pay for Community Workers of 19% to 41%. It's purpose is to try and draw Tony Abbott to a battlefield of their choosing, Industrial Relation, then make them look bad. Labour in the UK did this with National Security, they proposed " the plan to lock innocent people in gaol for 42 days before telling them what they were supposed to have done, was merely an attempt to discomfit the Tories. Propose a policy so vile that the Tories would have to oppose it, and then say they're "weak on terrorism" from http://brackenworld.blogspot.com.au/.
    Same stunt here, give a rise in pay to a non income creating section of society way above what anyone else could expect, then try to draw Abbott in as a cutter of wages, especially women's wages.
    I think Tony Abbott will handle it well, not take the bait, just state in general terms that Governments need to contain expenditure strictly within budget lest we lead the country down the European path, which philosophically, at least, he has quite correctly pointed out is the judgement handed down to Governments that spend too much money

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  9. A rogue staffer has temporarily borrowed Mr Hodges' visage for his Twitter avatar, in an effort to remind people who to look for.

    Kind of like putting a missing child's photo on a milk carton.

    http://twitter.com/RogueStaffer

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  10. Can you please stop posting photographs of that Sattler bird. There's something in the Old Testament, or the Desiderata, or maybe Shakespeare, I can't recall, which rebukes about such things. Please Prof, no more.

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    1. Hideous picture - looks like a z-grade drag actor.

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  11. Phone number 03 96004211 is no longer connected.Prof do you have a forwarding number? I have seen somethings very similar to sattler and hodges on Oxford st,Sydney.Hard to tell if it was them though,they all look very similar.

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  12. vote1leftard: My mistake for using the Age's old phone number, which is no longer in service, as you discovered. The new number is now in the post, but I'd avoid annoying them, as Gina is enough of a worry for the poor dears and it was cited purely for comedic effect. Time to update the Billabong's Rolladex. The old number had been there for years -- entered because a lovely footy photo, now framed and hanging in the kitchen, didn't turn up "in a few days", as the photo sales department promised.

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