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Flat White

Isn’t it ironic?

10 December 2023

11:10 PM

10 December 2023

11:10 PM

Last Thursday on Music Band T-shirt Day, the Prime Minister chose to wear a T-shirt from the Australian band Radio Birdman.

We can only guess at his reason for doing so.

Perhaps he chose them for the uncanny commentary their song titles make on the Prime Minister’s term in office…?

Who can forget the 1977s classic title Descent into the Maelstrom, or their commentary on the government’s legislative agenda, Subterfuge?

Radio Birdman nailed this government’s future with their song, Time to Fall and with the follow-up Found Dead.

The Prime Minister’s fortunes hail from 1981’s Hanging On, and if we see one more selfie then perhaps 1988’s Burn My Eye.

And, from 1977, something no...

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