THIS week I was asked "Will cheating with Taylor Swift's fluoride give you a CSG drug problem at the pokies?"
I point this out mainly as a reflection on the silliness going on in business and industry this week.
Australia's disapproving grandma Gina Rinehart has told the Government to stop using miners as an ATM.
She's warned the Government that mining is the only thing between us and the Eurozone's fate.
When asked about our strength in science and tech, Ms Rinehart told reporters to go to the naughty corner.
Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie has welcomed a motel's appeal to let it discriminate against sex workers using rooms.
A sex worker was originally successful claiming $30,000 for humiliation, stress and economic loss against them.
In response Bleijie is expected to introduce his 'Most happy Christian wonderland' bill sometime this month.
This week's budget has raised taxes on online purchases by threefold to cover customs costs.
Bricks-and-mortar shops have welcomed the lessened need to be competitive.
Online business are less worried, citing Australia's shocking service levels as their 'paydirt'.
A new company offering naked maids for household chores has opened in Gladstone.
The non-sexual "cleaning with a quirk" is recruiting staff from all genders already.
Several Gladstone citizens have complained for no discernably valid reason whatsoever.
The business community has called the Federal Budget both 'economically appropriate' and 'disappointing'.
"It's just not what we were looking for," said an industry spokesperson.
"What business needs right now is more corporate welfare to defer the need for innovation."
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