May 25, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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Sando Says: Know your government


The distinguished Mr Sando actually says something to you this week. He speaks. Oh, how he speaks. It is about government. It is about Anne Tolley. It is Sando speaking.

This is like Salient‘s podcast but Sando, talking smack. Just talking smack everywhere.


Know your Government by Nic Sando

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Nic Sando is a god amongst men, fifteen fathoms high he be, with strange and wyrd powers at his disposal. Only a fool won't harken his ears to the east when he hears The Sando man stumping his way.

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  1. Kent says:

    Anne Tolley is a competent minister, and the fact that she is a woman has nothing to do with it.

  2. Owlzy says:

    Oh yeah, well fuck you Kent.

  3. Sando says:

    Owlzy, that’s completely inappropriate. He’s entitled to believe retarded things.

    Kent, it’s unlikely that she’d have gotten into cabinet while being incompetent, but who knows if she’ll do well in the position? Super Jesus?

  4. Owlzy says:

    Oh yeah, well fuck you Sando.

  5. Sando says:

    I don’t like you when you’re like this.

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