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Media Watch, 1
Thursday, September 16, 2004
LET'S GET ANATOMICAL
Deputy PM John Anderson has revised his description of Lord Bob-Brown of the Barricades as a watermelon. Now Brown is an avocado: "Hard green casing on the outside, soft and mushy on the inside with a great big brown nut in the middle."
Not good enough, John.
Bob Brown is a bean-pole: tall on the outside, and narrow on the inside.
He's also a tin drum: loud on the outside and loud on the inside.
And a lemon: sour on the inside and he gives you the pip.
Or a light switch: holds the balance of power and leaves us in the dark.
We've got to get to the bottom of the Brown phenomenon. Before it's too late.