How the left celebrates

from: Brett Corlett <[email protected]>
to: whaleoil
date: Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 6:55 PM
subject C & R

Glad you got your broken collective arses kicked. Opening the books, lets start with your beloved C & R and all your monied mates, theres plenty of dirt here.
Have you ever tried to contemplate why C & R performed so badly, (forget blaming Michelle Boag).
And bummer poor old Alex Sweeny [sic] didn’t get in either and you didn’t get out the council either. Get a job, get off your arse and be of some use to society.

Sweet dreams.

Brett Corlett

That is the same Brett Corlett who is probably in receipt of large amounts of government largesse in the form of NZ on Air Funding. Nice email. I’ve haven’t received a more illiterate rant in such a long time. I mean seriously dude, get a life.

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