Thursday, March 5, 2009

ZenTiger NZ Dairy Board investigates latest technology

The NZ Dairy Board is reportedly investigating the latest advancement in milking technology.

Said industry representative Farmer Brown: "We've seen a 10 fold increase in milking capacity from our cows. We expect this figure to improve to yield 20 times the original amount within a few years."

This milking technology was based directly on the example of providing free physiotherapy via ACC.

"Let's milk the system for all it's worth, gentlemen."

Scientists are predicting that such excessive milking is likely to kill the sacred cow.


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3 comment(s):

ZenTiger said...

On the matter of ACC, Rob Hosking points out Labour was either guilty of culpable negligence or sabotage.

Home Paddock picks both.

And I add that Labour should be held to account for this 2.6 billion dollar hole.

It should be held to account for the reasons why these figures did not make the PREFU, even though they were known long before the election.

Any commentary they make about ACC in opposition should have an explanatory note on why any comment they offer should be taken with a grain of salt. Which they continue to rub into the wound every time they open their mouths.

Labour’s ACC spokesman, David Parker, said the changes would force New Zealanders to take out private accident insurance or pay from their own pockets for entitlements the Government cut.

ACC is a milking machine, and Labour bypassed the udders and plug directly into the tax payers wallet. His criticism here is ludicrous, because the alternative is substantial raises in ACC tax rates to fund the shortfall.

And without any sensible action, the shortfall is forecast to rise by ever increasing amounts.

KG said...

LOL!! Brilliant. :-)

Barnsley Bill said...

Nice to see we are all singing from the same hymn sheet.

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