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Subject: Enough: fishing trip and drop bears
From: Glenn Sanders <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 17 Oct 2003 07:59:01 +1000

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Read all the good stuff PAK refers you to, and keep in mind the following
essential information when bushwalking (backpacking, trekking, tramping,
depending on your local dialect) in Australia:

* Drop bears are about the size of a Koala, and like them, are not
actually bears at all. Unlike a koala, whose main weapon is an extremely
concentrated urine especially when politicians are about, drop bears have
large curved teeth and claws, like a sabre-toothed tiger.

* They hide in eucalyptus trees, and drop onto the last member of
bushwalking parties (so don't be last), biting them on the back of the

* The only known protection is to wear a floppy white terrytowelling beach

* Drop bears are NOT restricted to Queensland but are especially prevalent
when gullible tourists are bushwalking for the first time with gnarled
Australian bushwalkers of vast age and experience.

Now, back to revising my DRM Strategic Plan . . .


Glenn Sanders MRMA
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These views are mine alone. They may or may not be those of any previous
or present
employers or clients. I don't know. If I'd asked and they'd agreed, I
would have signed
it "Bloggs and Co and Glenn". Or whatever. But I haven't, so I didn't.

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