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Correctives: Irma Should Be Spanked!!!

Published: Fri 4 May 2001 10:06 AM
"The Corrective Party is shocked, horrified, appalled and disgusted at the fact that Irma, a negligent biosecurity evaluator, was responsible for strange and untoward experiments with genetic modification in cows!!!" stated Sister Pontificata of the Stupendous Genuflection, new leader of the Corrective Party, today.
Sister Pontificata W.H.I.P. added that Irma's slack attitude had resulted in horrific consequences: "Cross a cow with human genes and you apparently get a strange creature in a blue frock that keeps criticising governmental spending on social services."
For the Correctives, new proposed government laws about possible punishment of errant governmental civil servants who caused loss got them feverishly excited: "We do intend to put in a tender for the punishment and discipline contract if it gets contracted out, yes. And one of our first subjects for spanking will be this naughty Irma person!!!"
Contact: Sister Pontificata of
the Stupendous Genuflections
Corrective Party
Mother Supreme
(06) 3583609

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