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14 June 2017

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Of the Sir Reuben Taureka Highway bridge, Kessy gives exposure to comparatives of expenditure of PNG public money with disproportion displayed so neat of graph and so sore of grasp.

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Of the Sir Reuben Taureka Highway bridge, the builder suggests it is an icon to take a photo of and say ‘this is in PNG’, yet for photogenic influence there might yet emerge appreciation and expectation for a set of pylons emblematic of uplifting aspirations and selfie-sticks.
Sydney did it, a pair both ends at 89 metres high to adorn its arch that approaches 140 metres high.
Melbourne did it, lacking arch and modesty, towered a pair of pylons to around 140 metres.
Might there be significance in the height, as Khufu’s Great Pyramid edged a tad above 140 metres?
Should there rise in parliamentary programs, bridging service improvement pylons, will these be topped with pyramidions or conical caps?

Almost common sense stuff, but the leaders of the land have chosen convenience and expediency over hard decisions. Well Done Kessy. Good to inform us the voters as we are in the election period!

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