4 posts • joined 1 Dec 2011
There are other problems as well
Floods schmuds. I have a tinny I can paddle away in.
At least you can be rest assured that other government agencies are on the ball. No power? Now you can track your outage online.
Not only is it a useful resource for the thousands of people like me who have no power (again and again) and need to know if it is going to be short or long term, it is comforting to know that every single one of us will have our power restored on the 1st of January 1970, right on 10.00am!
Once we start letting these Permians into the country this is exactly what is going to happen again. Godless wonders will destroy all life on our extremely wet tropical desert planet where nothing lives unless it does.
Everything in one place, controlled by one agency, representing the interests of a multitude of other agencies, each constantly responding to political, technical and market interests, requiring oversight and update via tight coordination amongst bureaucrats and stakeholders - and it's going to be done seamlessly by the Government!
WTF could go wrong with that?
Seriously though folks, you are putting at risk your profile as an informed, intelligent, insightful, (ok I made that up) independent source every time you mentions this twat's name. Try disguising it next time. Something like Morian Fullovit might sneak through as an editorial oversight and fool us too!http://www.theregister.co.uk/Design/graphics/icons/comment/thumb_up_32.png
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