From this morning’s ODT, a letter to the editor from Paul Tulloch of Roslyn:
“I was visiting a family of 23 in a small south Dunedin state house last Saturday, a family whose members had lived there since 1953. As I arrived at the door, I heard the sound of dull thuds against the wall in the hallway. And I grimaced as I prepared myself for another scene of domestic violence. But, as it happened, they had taken down their old black-and-white framed photograph of Mickey Joseph Savage, and were merely nailing up a photo of John Key.”
Ha ha ha!