Don't tell me the sky's the limit when there are footprints on the moon
As long as your voting intention is clear, you can use whatever numerals you like.
Went to a talk by the ABC's Antony Green tonight. Consensus seems to be that Labor will win without too much trouble. The seats to watch are Southern River and Mount Lawley - if they go to Labor, McGowan & Co are pretty much home and hosed. Upper House is likely to be a basket case due to our electoral system in WA!
I may be wrong...but I highly doubt it, because I'm an Alison
(Note for dullards: this 'signature' is not meant to be taken seriously)
Sorry I can't post tonight.
Burning the midnight oil, preparing my industrial strength shredding machines for delivery tomorrow.
I am thoroughly disillusioned with politicians of all parties. I had planned to vote for an independent. He has a long track record of voluntary and community work. I was pretty disappointed when the ballot arrived and found he was contesting the other half of Mandurah and I was back to Hobson's Choice. Ruled the Libs out for parachuting in a long time party apparatchik who's just moved in and who has not shown any record of community involvement anywhere.
"The main difference between playing League and Union is that now I get my hangovers on Monday instead of Sunday - Tom David
I voted bottom up this time, making it a vote for who I hate least.
That was still a difficult decision.
That double negative is making me feel like I did when I voted
As I have said before on other forums - does anyone remember when the muppet show was funny?