LAUNDY’S ON THE LINE

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - News -

THE mem­ber re­sid­ing in the seat over­look­ing Reid, Craig Laundy, has given up on re­tain­ing his in­ner-west seat, hav­ing taken his in­her­i­tance and shipped his young fam­ily out of the more mod­est elec­torate to a man­sion on the north shore.

When asked about his de­ci­sion to flee on Sky News, Laundy shrugged it off. It cre­ated “a lot of laugh­ter ... it’s not where you sleep, it’s where you live”.

Oh.Kay. And I know my peo­ple. Well, yup, you do, and you un­der­stand all too well they are slip­ping on their retro Asics to kick you to the curb, buddy. The Ferret isn’t the bright­est an­i­mal on the ark, but that’s just dumb. But we know Laundy doesn’t ac­tu­ally care about pol­i­tics any­more, so wot me worry? In the same in­ter­view, Laundy spent six min­utes and 11 sec­onds of the 10 minute seg­ment talk­ing about his brother Stu Laundy on The Bach­e­lorette, in­clud­ing dur­ing the full re­cap of what is frankly a hor­ri­ble show, fondly rem­i­nisc­ing about how his bro has al­ways been a spec­tac­u­lar groper of women. He then went on to talk about how he is re­ally, re­ally fond of Reid for 1min 50sec, then spent a full 3min 30sec on his re­spon­si­bil­i­ties as the as­sis­tant in­dus­try min­is­ter. This is the bloke Turn­bull wants to pro­mote to Cab­i­net.

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