The Rules of Banking

Now what the hell is this all about? Too many questions. Is Pavlich throwing out the rules of banking? Is he endorsing the rules of banking? It looks like he needs glasses, so maybe he has to hold the rules of banking at a distance to read them? Or throw them out? Shouldn’t he be at least kicking the book that is the rules of banking? How does a squinting South Australian holding an old book illustrate the point of thinking differently about banking? Why is the book so old if you’re to think differently. Who is responsible for this shambles of an ad?

Also, on another topic, I loved Shane Wright Economics Editor in yesterday’s West, (which I picked up in the Quokka Arms while waiting for the ferry),opining that sending money to the bush was a total waste, country people were ignorant and uninnovative, and that the cities are where it’s at for everything except yokel wearing bumpkinism. Bravo.

Surely they are innovative in whingeing though Shane?

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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31 Responses to The Rules of Banking

  1. vegan says:

    it’s a docker.

    who cares?


  2. rolly says:

    That’s alright.
    I mean.
    Cut down on farm production.
    Who needs all that bread and ale, Eh??


  3. Ljuke says:

    This is part of a series. I believe in the next billboard (a few k’s down the road), Pavlich makes the book ignite using the power of his lazy (slightly confused) stare. Think differently, man.


  4. skink says:

    think differently

    think outside the box, but don’t reinvent the wheel

    does Pav go on to crack the book in two using his forehead, kung fu style?

    although from that distance he might miss



  5. orbea says:
    Apparently he is interested in renewable energy, coming from a blowhard that’s understandable.

    Australia could already be constructing the necessary highly efficient HVDC network to interconnect our large scale tidal and remote area solar and geothermal renewables to our areas of high consumption as similar cost to the Pink Batts fiasco.

    You know it makes sense.


  6. Paracleet says:

    I believe the television version of the add indeed features kicking of the rules of Banking. Through a plate glass window indeed. The current relative success of the two teams has lead to a preponderance of adds featuring the talent of teh Pav or Aaron Sandilands which have me, notionally, leaping to my feet and calling: Come back Karl! All is forgiven…
    What’s with the sudden deluge of Docker bashing anyway? Is it because Docker fans are notoriously thin skinned and while they are on top seems like a good time to draw them out? (Or is it, sotto voce, actual West Coke Eagle driven bitterness? I can’t believe it.)

    Damn it, why is Cookster never around to lead with his chin on your behalf when you need him


  7. Bill O'Slatter says:

    Yeah banks use ye old book of banking specifying their capital requirements , reserve requirements and corporate governance. We don’t bother with shit like that. We get footie players in to run half arsed ads. And anyway Barbra works for the big banks.
    Sotto voce : Do I see a Mudrockian hand in all of this ?


  8. Mez says:

    look out! Shazza will be on the warpath when she reads your unkind comments and she may be double cranky considering an ex-Eagle just won the fairest and best


  9. Bill O'Slatter says:

    An warning for those pursuing the bucolic lifestyle :
    Hint: stink.


  10. Bag O'Turnips says:

    Think differently.

    Think about not even wasting oxygen on the already hyperbaric AFL.


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