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  1. fitzman

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    Interesting on Media Watch last week Laws again forgot to mention his deal with NRMA. When you listened to the interview with some guy from NRMA it sounded like a issue to do with car theft. he also went on to say they should also talk another time about home break ins. This was brought up initially as back up for recent thefts statistics quoted in a paper or something similar. But it was no news or editorial it was simply a mates ad.
    So first it was Laws against & then for the banks (after $$$$ changed hands)then Telstra ( although after the Sunday programme it will take more than Laws & Jones to dig them out of that one) now NRMA. Laws & Jones may have lots of money but they have it for the sake of prostituting their beliefs to the highest bidder. They would sell their soles to the devil if he was a $5000 a week sponsor & needed to overcome image problems. Yet they puport to be one of the people.In the immortal words of John Elliott ...Pigs Ar.... How they get the support & ratings they do is beyond me. How can people not see through this giant charade? As it stands you would never know what they truly believed in or what their real thoughts are you just find out which companies have the most to hide & just who has the biggest cheque book.

    Fitzman

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