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can we chart again?

29 May, 2012

The Treasurer’s love of graphs (see, for example, this post) is spreading:

Mr A.P. JACOB: […] An awful lot of exciting things are happening in the water area. The politics of these issues also comes into it. I do not know whether the minister was going to speak to this. Looking at the draw, until we get these other programs up and running and until we —

Mr W.R. Marmion: What are you going to ask me?

Mr A.P. JACOB: I was going to speak to this graph.

Mr P.C. Tinley: It is not laminated. It cannot be used in this chamber unless it is laminated.

Mr A.P. JACOB: I know, but I am a mere backbencher. It is not even in colour. Clearly, members of the Legislative Assembly are not as well-resourced as ministers! This graph has been printed on the Legislative Assembly printer, which is why it is only A4 and black and white and why nobody can read it. I wanted to get in on the chart fad. I was feeling left out.

Mrs L.M. Harvey: That is an L-plate chart.

Mr F.A. Alban: You’re showing potential.

Mr A.P. JACOB: Thank you.

Subject: Yanchep National Park – Draft Management Plan 2010 [Legislative Assembly – Motion]

Date: 23 May 2012

Hansard reference: p. 3110 [online (pdf)]


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