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Greg, Ray, Jack, Dave and Kieran

The North East Bloggers: King Valley Watchdog (Greg) - Alpine Opinion (Ray) - Albury Wodonga Online (Jack) - Dave from Albury (Dave) and Border Journal (Kieran) at one of their random meetings

What the local Bloggers posted yesterday

  • Churches should be used as post offices to benefit community, says Government
  • If the Nano ever comes to Australia, will you check it out or simply dismiss it as a gimmic? By the way, It actually reaches 105 kph.
  • A sub-editor for a major metropolitan newspaper sent me an unedited copy of one of the stories filed by the Australian Press corps travelling with Prime Minister Rudd in the USA.
  • I have mixed thoughts about the article on the front page of today’s Bright Observer, “Rods on the Run?” First of all I’m grateful to Clare from the paper for responding to my request that she looks into the story behind the Club’s call for a forum to be held in Bright this Saturday to “discuss the future of the event”.
  • I have a nasty habit upon observing small or inadvertent mistakes, whether they be by friends or family, of amplifying these opportunities for ridicule, berating the poor soul with them and then storing them away for later use, like in a speech at a wedding.
  • Ben Cousins has Ned Kelly’s last words, “Such is life” tattooed on his torso in a huge arc, which I find rather weird but then again, Ben was probably pretty ‘weird’ at the time he had it done.

Written by Greg Naylor

26 March 2009 at 12:06 am

Posted in PERSONAL

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  1. The Tato Nano is no gimmick and at under $3,000 it would be a massive seller here in Australia if ever released. The only problem is they mightn’t be able to produce enough of them in India to meet domestic demand let alone overseas, so we may never see the world’s new ‘people car’.

    Ray Dixon (Bright)

    26 March 2009 at 10:46 am

    • By the time you add shipping costs and corporate greed, I would expect the price to be closer to $10,000.

      Greg Naylor

      26 March 2009 at 12:01 pm

  2. We could always ‘outsource’ our car manufacturing to India, Greg. Then we’d get Commodores for $10,000 – and the Sue Morphet’s of this world would make even more money.

    Ray Dixon (Bright)

    26 March 2009 at 2:33 pm

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