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Today, readers comment on plans to close three Service SA centres which collectively earned $59m last year, ask the Liberal Right if voters would have elected a conservative leader, and laugh at management-speak.

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Commenting on the story: Targeted Service SA centres among most profitable, productive

Biting the hand that feeds you is not a sensible policy.

Much better for our new Premier Marshall to ‘fess up to the South Australian people about the problems inherited from the previous government.

And retire any thoughts of reducing water rates, in favour of keeping these motor rego cash cows open and abolishing his unpopular land tax increases. Mike Lesiw

Commenting on the story: Liberal Right shows might as “post-Pyne” era begins

I find it more than a little intriguing that, in attacking Marshall, reference is made to his lack of grassroots support.

Is the right so caught up with their own self-importance that it has not occurred to them that may be what made Marshall electable was that he is not a hard-right ideologue? John Töns

Commenting on the story: Hirers told to stop “thought shower” of job ads jargon

Companies also have to stop asking stupid questions during interviews as well.

Questions like; Tell me about your best day ever at work. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Stupid questions deserve stupid answers.

My reply to the first question was that it still wasn’t as good as my worst day fishing.

Of course I didn’t get the job.

Keep up with the great content.  Jack Mann 

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