FOI Request Uncovers 130 Pages Of Stop Tony Meow Correspondence

Alexandra Back at the SMH:

Staff at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet have spent more than 130 pages talking about a web plug-in that replaces pictures of Tony Abbott with ‘cute kittens’.

But after charging the program’s creator $700 for access to those pages, what they actually said is a mystery, for now.

I shouldn’t even be writing words here, I should just be posting this gif and calling it a day.

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