No comfort for the girls working on Greeve St.
Found: Hosier Lane – Melbourne Text: magnetic letters
Hosier Lane – Melbourne
Text: magnetic letters
“Can I take a photo too?” he asked, “and in exchange I’ll do a magic trick for you”.
“Sure” said J, “are you a magician?”
“No” he replied, “I’m a teacher, but doing magic makes me feel good”.
After he‘d finished the trick with a disappearing ciggie, he said “there’s been another riot in Sydney, I just saw it on the news”, and took a puff from the smoke that had miraculously reappeared in his back pocket.
“That’s the end of multiculturalism in Australia”, he grimly pronounced as he breathed out the smoke.
Then he said, “do you want to see it?”.
“Sure” replied J and they both watched the news update on his mobile phone that was also pulled out of his back pocket.
A little sweetener for losing civil liberties, racial harmony and workers rights in the latest changes to legislation?
It looked like this 3 weeks ago ….
Melbourne City Council has announced it will get tough with graffiti artists by introducing a zero tolerance policy.
Will they consider these magnetic letters to be graffiti? Or stencilled cardboard boxes left out with rubbish that is to be recycled? Are these also as part of the offending catalogue that needs sanitising in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games?
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