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Oh Jason, what a marvellous well thought opinion piece (Monash Madness, Gazette, 21 June).
I must confess to having a good belly laugh this morning as I read it… if only it wasn’t so true.
You have captured, with your eloquent prose, the thoughts of all your fellow long suffering commuters.
Now we only have to hope that this resonates with some of the overpaid, underperforming public servants… who live in the leafy inner burbs and commute by tram or lycra clad by bicycle to their tax payer funded sinecures.
Thank you for brightening up my day.
Gael Harris,
Pakenham.

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