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Is the 'Special Persons Day' message just the beginning

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Toni Lavis:

So is it a beat up or is it just the withdrawl of certain types of cakes from the supermarket. You don't sound too sure.
Posted by phanto, Sunday, 10 September 2017 2:46:36 AM
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//So is it a beat up or is it just the withdrawl of certain types of cakes from the supermarket.//

The former, phanto. They didn't withdraw Fathers Day cakes from any Woolworths stores. That's just something you've made up on the spot.

Mind you, they also sold cakes that weren't decorated for Fathers Day. Oh, the humanity! Won't somebody think of the children!
Posted by Toni Lavis, Sunday, 10 September 2017 2:58:14 AM
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To go with this was the noisy complaints that fruit mince pies are on the shelves of one of the supermarket chains.

This is evidently an affront to those who are not Christians, as these are special Christmas fare.

I rather like fruit mince pies, & was a bit upset when they disappeared a few months after Xmas.

I wonder when advertisers will realise many of us change channels immediately when we encounter this garbage on the so called news, & stop the rot by withdrawing their spending from the offending stations.
Posted by Hasbeen, Sunday, 10 September 2017 5:29:12 AM
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It was a genuflect to Gay political correctness that backfired badly on Woolworths.

Unlike Gay activists, the general community are not be demanding employer action against the unfortunate manager who was responsible.

That is even more reasonable because so often that sort of silliness was to placate some botherer with nothing to do, who spends her/his life annoying everyone else.

One can only imagine the suggestions and demands that all manner of activists are hitting the private sector with now that some foolish CEOs have done their own virtue signalling (and so often to divert attention away from their excessive remuneration and benefits).
Posted by leoj, Sunday, 10 September 2017 6:00:36 AM
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Talking about silliness, leaving with a posted 'selfie', but sans that ever-growing pumpkin roll on her forehead,

"It's a beautiful day for migrating" [nods of emphatic agreement]

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4869238/Yassmin-Abdel-Magied-leaves-Australia-headed-UK.html
Posted by leoj, Sunday, 10 September 2017 6:34:53 AM
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Talking about silliness indeed.

It's a perfect day for "common sense."

http://www.corybernardi.com
Posted by Foxy, Sunday, 10 September 2017 11:55:53 PM
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