Friday, May 20, 2016

Waikato Times letter of the week #66

From the edition of Friday 20 May. As always, spelling, punctuation, grammar and logic are exactly as printed in the Waikato Times.
Fishing industry
The current exposures about our fishing industries highlight all that is false and excuse-making. It does nothing to address the claims that have been made. An exposure of such magnitude and importance requires a united multi-party review as well as open, honest, factual reporting. And the emergency actions necessary to stop and correct any wrongs discovered. We must put a stop to blames and counter claims as to who did what and have our leaders combine forces so that the collective brain is oriented towards fixing the mess and actually function as a sensible human problem solving tool. The current neurological synaptic activity located in the posteriors of most politicians is rarely activated by sensible electrochemical energy. It is usually locked onto a negative reactionary short circuit. God help us!
Barry Ashby


Punch said...

Outstanding. I'm looking to put my neurological synaptic activity to good effect sometime.

Phil said...

Barry nails it again.