22 August 2007


The Australian government is now providing a free internet filter to protect children.

Actually, it's not free. It is costing taxpayers A$84.8 million.

I hadn't realised that the federal government is now taking on parental responsibilities on such a large scale.

What next? Perhaps the government should also provide free school lunches to ensure that children are receiving adequate nutrition.

Better yet, remove children from parents - after all, their parental skills are woeful - and place them all in state run institutions.

It's been a long day. Taking minutes for a work conference and participating can be tiring, and continuing on with a work dinner.

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