Friday, 17 May 2019
quote [ What is this?
A map of sausage and cake availability on election day.
I still don't understand
It's practically part of the Australian Constitution. Or something. ]
One for the Australian SE folk.
I know, "I can get pretty much the same thing any day out the front of any Bunning's anywhere in the country, Captain Stubing."
Sure it looks the same, but that is mere hardware and home improvements shopping sausage.
This is democracy sausage.
Franger Sanger said @ 1:14am GMT on 18th May
Halloumi burgers and falafel and hummus pockets at my local booth FTW. A reminder to be thankful for Australia's long history of immigration - the usual democracy sausage on name brand white bread is about as palatable as my username, and will give you the Sunday morning shits faster than a re-elected government.
captainstubing said @ 4:01am GMT on 18th May
Glad to see that The Graun's rolling coverage is about 30% politics and 70% democracy sausage.
A squeaky cheese burger sounds lovely. I'm off to vote shortly and as I live in a bit of a posh/pretty diverse area I'm hoping the snacks are up to scratch. I'm sure they will be.
No taxation without mastication!
Pandafaust said @ 12:56pm GMT on 17th May
Honestly I don't know what is in our (Australian) constitution any better than I know the second verse of our anthem - so it's entirely possible that there's something in there about sausage.
Sadly I am vegetarian and there aren't enough greens voters in my electorate to be sure I'll find one I can eat.
captainstubing said @ 2:36pm GMT on 17th May
It lists vego locations. . You might be in luck. Give it a spin and see.
Last election I went late and, although there were no lines, the lack of sausage made me disconsolate.