PM’s Technical Advisory

Written By: - Date published: 9:31 am, May 9th, 2010 - 9 comments
Categories: humour, interweb, john key - Tags:

Prime Minister John Key has released a multimedia demonstration prepared by his Technical Advisory Panel to explain why, despite election ‘promises’, New Zealand will not be getting ultra-fast broadband any time soon under National. Yes folks, like John Key’s Magical Cycleway To Salvation, there are a myriad of previously unconsidered reasons why we just can’t have world-standard connectivity. Still, it’s good to see that John’s understanding of the issue has improved from his pre-election days of just saying whatever he thought the people in front of him might like to hear.

9 comments on “PM’s Technical Advisory”

  1. lprent 1

    Hah… Good video – but you were just looking for an excuse to put up a cute video.. Weren’t you – admit it.

    We all know that John Key would never understand this explanation or even the real ones..

    • yeah guilty as charged.
      you do have to admit it does sound a bit like one of Key’s ideas though

      • Rex Widerstrom 1.1.1

        Someone told him he’d find a lot of pussy online and this was the result?

        • the sprout 1.1.1.1

          could be, but notice the thesis also says every time you j*rkoff a kitten dies. it was the rise of LOLcats and the internet god Maru that allowed the infinite expansion of bandwidth.

  2. Rex Widerstrom 2

    For a very unpleasant moment I began to try and reconcile

    “The internet is made of cats”

    with that other great truism

    “The internet is for porn”

    I now need to go and dryclean my mind.

  3. ianmac 3

    Ya herd of cats?

  4. illuminatedtiger 4

    Did I just see a Binary Search Tree…Lynn?

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