- Jan 12, 2011
- AFL Club
If you don’t understand how a protest that started in the footsteps of Victorian Parliament House relates to the Victorian government— then there’s not much point me trying to explain it to you.
It’s a pretty clear connection.
Good to know who they are when they all run in the November election thoughAh right. So anything that occurs on those steps, let’s post about it.
I just find it amusing that those who bang on about cookers, keep watching their videos and give them more airtime on another platform.
I mean he could
This guy ran federally and is still marching now
Grammar error not spelling errorNo offence mate, and I’m sure Craig is a cooked fella, but if someone else put out a tweet from some random Twitter page, and it was about Andrews, they’d be copping a grilling for choosing a no name Twitter page who can’t spell/has no blue tick.
If you don't spend the money you don't get it next year.....all corrupt *ersSo I worked at a station recently which is about to be pulled down and rebuilt. Yet despite the demolition happening very shortly as the temp station has been built, they just spent 10s of thousands of dollars putting brand new carpet throughout the old station.
This is the same union campaigning against Andrew’s and his senior ministers due to a lack of funding.
It’s no wonder this government racks up so much debt if this is its idea of good governance.
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The example given (the carpet) is more waste and is reflective of what happens in year to year funding (we get that spend it or lose it mentality as well) but can also be lack of coordination/ big picture incompetence rather than outright corruption. But sometimes it’s good for these to be investigated to highlight what can be done better in the future to reduce waste.Corrupt, refer it to IBAC: What can you report | IBAC
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Yes, but you blokes have a systematic review system to pick up on mistakes and to make sure everybody does it better next time.The example given (the carpet) is more waste and is reflective of what happens in year to year funding (we get that spend it or lose it mentality as well) but can also be lack of coordination/ big picture incompetence rather than outright corruption. But sometimes it’s good for these to be investigated to highlight what can be done better in the future to reduce waste.
The problem occurs when you have people who believe they should be infallible and so take mistakes very personally.
I accept that I will make mistakes
I want to be told when I do so I can get better at what I do
I do not take it as a personal attack when a mistake is pointed out to me
I am aware that by making mistakes some may judge me incompetent that’s something I am ok with.