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Protocol breach
A Government statement on the State of Emergency was posted on PM James Marape’s social media page before he had made the official announcement. He is trying to find out who posted it and how he/she had access to the document.
Little access
From a reader: This covid-19 crisis is unprecedented and requires some unprecedented action too, such as allowing people sent home with reduced or no pay to access a bit of their superannuation funds – interest-free of course.
Poor service
People rely on their mobile phones to communicate, more so in a time of crisis such as this. Many bmobile customers have not been able to access the internet for about a week now. It’s seems to them worse that the pandemic itself.
Time is here
Wives are smiling. All the chores around the house their husbands have been promising to do “once I have time” can now be completed.
To be safe
Grandpa asks Miss Six why she was spraying the kitchen and bedrooms with a big can of an insect killer. Without pausing, she replied: “Coronavirus!”
Home now
Whoever owes you money and has been avoiding you for some time, go to their house now. They should be home.
Toilet paper crime
Two men who allegedly went on a toilet paper crime spree at supermarkets across Sydney’s south-west are being sought by police. They visited supermarkets in Granville, Auburn, Bass Hill and Lidcombe, and entered restricted storage areas. – Nine News
Oops my bad
When working from home goes wrong: Woman forgets to turn the camera off as she goes to the toilet at home during a video conference call. –The Daily Mail
Thought for today
When you throw babies in the air, they will laugh knowing you will catch them. That’s trust.
Top quote
A man can make what he wants of himself if he truly believes that he must be ready for hard work and many heartbreaks. – Thurgood Marshall

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