Here’s a noodle-scratcher to try and wrap the head around on a Friday afternoon.
“If it can happen in New South Wales, it can happen in any state of Australia, including my Tasmania.”“How can any Tasmanian farmer trust the Liberal Federal Government not to allow mining on their prime agricultural land?“
Condemnation of the Shenhua Watermark coal mine has also been strong from the Green Party, who no more than a week ago Senator Lambie slammed – even compared them to the Islamic State – for their anti-mining stance.
“Both those groups would like us to go back and live in the dark ages. That’s the problem I have with [them]. They’d like us to go live back in caves with candles and eat tofu.”
And then comes the real mic drop of the whole thing – Lambie reveals she’s going to be on Q&A on July 20th (Dog help us all) and issues the challenge to Joyce thusly.
“Why don’t you come on too? Stop being the Liberals’ lap dog and bring back the old Nationals attack dog.”“Our children and grandchildren won’t be able to eat dirt, Barnaby, so it’s time to stop licking the dirt off the Liberals’ boots.”
Meanwhile whoever is directing this clearly candid masterpiece continues lazily flicking between their two shots like a dying metronome.
- Poor zoom control, and lack of shot stability.
- Shot selection shows no regard for the theory taught in class all semester.
- Dialogue lacks coherency and fails to tell a story.
- On screen delivery nervy, isn’t believable.