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Hell We Could Be Sorry

Media Release
13 June 2005

Hell We Could Be Sorry

The Hell Pizza management team has been told by a guy who chooses to remain nameless, that the Australian Government would like Hell to apologise to Australia for the "win a trip that could last a lifetime campaign". Citing that is in extremely bad taste.

So, in true kiwi style we would like to apologise to Shapelle and her Family for what was intended to be nothing more than a bit of good fun......

In the art of reciprocation we will only apologise if the Australian government apologises for the following:

Fosters and XXXX
Ignoring the refugee kids chucked over boats off the coast of oz
Big Brother and all other car crash tv
Hunting aborigines up until the 1970s
Apologise to the stolen generation (54% of ozzies already think the govt should)
Claiming Neil Finn and Phar Lap
Rodney Addler
HIH going broke - we all lost money on that!
The govt allowing British scientists to test nuclear weapons on aboriginal land in the 1950s - land marked "uninhabited".
Pauline Hanson.
All the immigrants to oz wrongfully locked up in detention centres
Supporting a war in Iraq that the UN even says you have no right to be in
The angry Australian actor beating up on poor hotel workers
Australian Idol
The underarm bowl......

We look forward to your response and our apology will be forthcoming on receipt of your apology

ENDS

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