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The Substantially Built Mill
Karl Stevens24.04.13 7:51 am
Good vision here Karl.
The horizon is about to grow again.
The same analogy comes to mind here, when a Tasmanian trained forester with great pride looks over a trashed/clearfelled forest that is being efficiently napalmed by a helicopter and they still imagine that forest that will spring from the ashes to be trashed again in decades later.
Yes, they still call that progress.
Can’t see the mill despite al these rocks?
You don’t need to take Karl’s word for it.
This is also the view of both the EPA’s Alex Schaap and the eminent semanticist Humpty Dumpty.
I see a striking resemblance to an emperor’s arse.
Those bloody tailors have won again.
A naughty editor would have placed another Tasmanian Times article of today right next to this one for a complementary vacuous vision splendid… Not hard to guess the article with a similar point of view: why, of course… the one mapping the evidence of foxes in Tasmania ;)
I See Pulp Mills #sixthsense
Lovely work Karl, like all puzzles you need to stare at it for a long while before the image pops in to view. Clear thinking Tasmanians will likely not see it, oddly politicians and even some parts of the environment movement seem to have no trouble visualising it.
It looks like a landing field for the cargo cult. First build the landing field and then the pulp mill will fly in.
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