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Top 10 signs Maurice Williamson doesn't care

Top 10 signs Maurice Williamson doesn't care anymore

1. The last time he asked a question for oral answer it was to find out who won the women's singles at Wimbledon.

2. His parliamentary letterhead says he's the "Member of Parliament for Oh, What's the Point Anymore?".

3. Just the heck of it, he's working two days a week in Tariana Turia's office.

4. He's instructed his secretary to stop testing his food.

5. Answers his office phone by saying "Fisher & Sons. Which corpse would you like to speak to?"

6. He's so bored, he spends Saturday nights watching "Edwards at Large".

7. Instead of sitting on select committees, prefers to kick hacky sack with "my homie Nandor".

8. He sends soothing emails to Bill English reassuring him that he lives in an "incredibly benign strategic environment".

9. He keeps suggesting a "One Standard of Leadership" advertising campaign at National Party caucus meetings.

10. When the leadership issue comes up, keeps suggesting "the incredibly charismatic Clem Simich".

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