at your manly library...
From the Manly Daily... 29 November 2012
OPPOSITION Leader Tony Abbott has released a free e-book outlining his vision for the future of Australia.
The book, which is 179 pages long - depending on the size of the text - was available on the Liberal Party website.
It brings together a series of addresses that Mr Abbott gave in 2012 that set out the Coalition's plans for the country.
This includes creating one million new jobs over the next five years and two million jobs over 10 years.
Mr Abbott said he was confident in the party's plans, because he was confident in his team.
We know for a fact that under any Australian government, ONE MILLION JOBS get created EVERY FIVE YEARS no matter what, just to maintain the unemployment figure at between 5 and 6 per cent... Thus Tony's promise of 2 bils over 10 years is as good as opening a door that is always opened...
Tonicchio's FREE eBook and his other works of porkies such as "Battlelines" should go and join the works of fiction — like those of Lance Armstrong — in all libraries and good bookshops:
The disgraced cyclist's own confession that his "inspirational" story is a lie has left many, including at least one staff member at Manly Library, scratching their heads about whether Armstrong's books should be re-categorised in the fiction section.A casual librarian placed a tongue-in-cheek sign in the library on Saturday saying that all of Armstrong's non-fiction books, including Lance Armstrong: Images of a Champion, The Lance Armstrong Performance Program and Lance Armstrong: The World's Greatest Champion, "will soon be moved to the fiction section".
The sign, which concludes with a smiley face, captured the attention of several book lovers who snapped photographs and posted them on Twitter.
They quickly caught the eye, and now the library's sign has featured on the websites of the Daily Mail in the UK, and USA Today.
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/sport/cycling/when-fact-becomes-fiction-manly-librarian-grabs-headlines-around-the-world-with-lance-armstrong-sign-20130121-2d22k.html#ixzz2IZrZIYo2