Gai Rights

Gambling is not the Prick’s thing, but it’s hard to argue with Gai Waterhouse:

“They’re anti every industry in Australia, every industry in Australia they want to completely kill, and then they wonder why we’re going belly up. I tell you one
thing he’s [Tom’s] out there working his butt off and if everyone worked as hard as my son Tom we’d have a much better society in Australia, they should stop criticising. They don’t have to pick up the phone and have a bet, they don’t have to pick up a cigarette and smoke it. They don’t have to do anything, people have got intelligence and can make up their mind”. – Gai Waterhouse on Meet The Press, 01/04/2013

A happy and blessed Easter to all. More posts coming next week.

UPDATE: At least one commenter points out that the dates around this quote, well, don’t exactly marry up, and that the Prick may have egg on his face for reasons beyond his over-enthusiastic hollandaise-making. But hey, “fake but accurate”, right?

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3 Responses to Gai Rights

  1. This is pretty good stuff. Posting on the 31st of March 2013 about what happened on the 1st of April 2013. Mr. Fork, on the first Monday in November, please post the winner of the 2013 Melbourne Cup. With that information in hand I’ll certainly place a very large wager with Mr. Tom Waterhouse.

  2. Jack says:

    The only thing they aren’t anti is the government paying for them and their grievances. And if they don’t have then they can soon fund one. $30,000 for a back rub. A paid flight for stress relief at a Buddhist centre in Alice Springs.

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