Bureau of Meterology’s Low Pay To Continue Till the Weekend
- The Bureau of Meteorology has gone on strike over pay. The government has said the low pay will continue well into the weekend, but can’t offer details on anything beyond the next 7 days.
- Tony Abbott will repeal any pokey machine reforms. He said anybody voting for him is clearly prepared to gamble.
- According to Forbes magazine Michael Jackson is the highest earning dead celebrity. Many are hoping Charlie Sheen can beat him to the title soon.
- Colonel Gaddafi was killed and buried before Margaret Thatcher had a chance to invite him to stay at her place. She hasn’t had a dictator house guest since Pinochet died.
- The new movie about Margaret Thatcher opens this week. Unfortunately no more than five people will be allowed to watch it at once because there is no such thing as society.
- The EU is considering rescuing Greece by making olives an acceptable unit of currency.
- The world population has hit 7 billion. It is feared millions will die of starvation if thousands of new McDonalds aren’t opened soon.
- In America they are releasing wild animals from zoos to keep the population numbers down.
- The iPod has been around for 10 years this week. Only half that time was spent untangling the headphones.
- A man posted something on Google Plus today. A spokesperson said it is an encouraging sign.
- New Zealand won the Rugby World Cup. Other teams complained about the games near Christchurch, saying someone kept moving the goalposts.
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