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Covid statistics tell a different story

Just how scared should we really be?

21 August 2021

9:00 AM

21 August 2021

9:00 AM

It is with head-shaking disbelief that New South Welshmen (in particular at the present) awake each new day to find yet more of our current lives and futures taken away from us by venal, dim-wit politicians. Such activity is, of course, not confined to the Premier State. As Dave Allen once related, when advised by his doctor that if he gave up women, booze and cigarettes he would live for an extra fifteen years, he replied, no, if he gave up women and booze and cigarettes it would just seem like he was living an extra fifteen years.

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