Cleaners and Journalists decimated.

Herb found this in Midland from 1982, predicting unemployment for journalists, cleaners and other such bottom feeders. If only. Seen in Midland’s Simply Secondhand.

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18 Responses to Cleaners and Journalists decimated.

  1. rottobloggo says:

    Superb.
    Someone was thinking of the journalists.

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  2. billoslatter says:

    Kiddies need a backgrounder. This was Year 7 of the long rein of Mal “Life wasn’t meant to be easy” Fraser, usurper to the throne In 1982 there was a recession, sought of like what is happening to Greece now.. Back in those or the day, dependin on your age, tobacco played the role the mining industry plays today , that is a totally reactionary force in politics.

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  3. Silly really. It would have created work for journalists – writing stories about all the bloody dole bludgers.

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  4. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    I’d take up smoking if I thought Teh Worst would die before I did.

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    • RubyRuby says:

      Makes sense, in a way.

      Who other than tobacco companies would bother advertising in print newspapers now, given the chance?

      Dying institutions flocking together?

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  5. PeteF says:

    Doesn’t the Wets want the press standards council to lengthen the dole queue?

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  6. dudecloverdale says:

    lOW DOWN TOBACCO COMPANIES TRYING TO KEEP SELLING CIGGIES !

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  7. The Legend 101 says:

    Less Companies=LESS SMOKERS!

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