Friday, October 20, 2006

Stretching it

The Ministry of Social Development released its Annual Report today. Full of meaningless repetitive waffle it proudly informs us that there are now 9,000 employees in 200 sites, "supporting more than 1 million New Zealanders in living successful lives." What can I say?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

hthjyIn my younger days, the Post office and Railways was full of deadwood.

now...

Anonymous said...

I guess thanks would be too much to ask.

OB: you'd rather NZ public still owned the Post Office or the railways. Can't have it both ways.

Anonymous said...

You are drawing a very long bow from my remarks.

All I am saying is that the taxpayers have had one form of deadwood replaced by another.

or are you a bit slow...

Lindsay said...

Oswald, he has a habit of drawing long bows. I noticed a link to my blog at Technorati and discovered it was backin15 saying I advocated reducing the minimum wage. I don't even believe in legislated minimum wages.
In lieu of banning him (something else I don't believe in) I just ignore him.

Gloria said...

As the number of people on welfare increases so does the number of people in favour of it.