Thursday, June 19, 2008
Objectionable neighbours outraged by Advertiser headline.
Sure, these three people can't be bothered getting to know their neighbours, but do they deserve to be called tiny parasites by the only newspaper in town?
A class action (Low class in this case), will be launched against News Limited for slander and deformation, after Advertiser journos went for the jugular in yesterday's Letters page. Rupert refused to comment when I tried to contact him last night, but I will continue to SMS until he finally relents.
I say, someone as thoughtful and generous as Cicilia deserves better, read on to see how this good Samaritan sends a gentle blessing to her neighbours when asked how well she knows them: "Not very well. I don't want to talk to them and I don't see why I should have to. I don't see them much. I prefer to keep to myself."
God bless her soul.
I will endeavour to keep you posted on poor Cicilia (and the other two), and unless you happen to live on the other side of the fence from these 'alleged' parasites, I'm sure you will be enthralled.
(If you do happen to be dear Cicilia's neighbour, maybe get yourself a large ripened turd, put it in a paper bag, pop it on her doorstep, light it up and ring the doorbell. Just to let her know the feeling is mutual. Right back at ya!)