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March 1, 2021

Thus Spake Mungo #106 Appointments and disappointments

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  1. They’re coming outta the woodwork. The head woodworm is holidaying in Europe, while the belgium speaking worm is here assiduously gnawing at the foundations of the NDIS.

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