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@ Courage Wolf; judging by some of your other responses on here, I’d venture to suggest that your comment says more about you than it does about Sir Robert Jones. Your name’s not McHerron by any chance is it?
As kia said, the guy must have too much time on his hands.
Some of us actually have to, you know, do work.
I wonder how long it took to set up all those mice pics – or maybe he got Weta Workshop to come in and do it for him. Or perhaps yet again, a long-suffering secretary.
Yeah it was a BIT funny. Bob looking for any reason to go off on a long winded tangent with an idea that was only slightly amusing at the start.
And there were no replies from the lawyer guy either, so it was all 1-sided.
Keep trying though Bob. For some seriously good material I’d suggest the local council. Talk to them about anything and you’ll have piles of idiotic stuff to work with. And they’re very earnest and totally without humour too, which makes it really good going.
Adam, it’s pretty obvious that the culprit is Jones himself, a long time afficionado of the cigarette.
But here’s what I posted at Keeping Stock:
There is a serious side to this issue of course. It’s all very well for Bob Jones to mock a complainant about his smoking. But he should be held to account for thinking he is above the law and for breaking it. The fact that he probably owns the building and therefore thinks he can do what he likes is irrelevant and just the height of arrogance.