The Nation’s advertising executives have taken a break from the nose candy and headed up to the Gold Coast to hold a bed side vigil for their patron saint Clive Palmer. Mr Palmer is currently hospitalised with covid-like symptoms.
”It really makes you think, eh,” said advertising executive Brent Smyth-Barry. ”One day he’s leading a party denouncing vaccines the next he’s hospitalised with the disease he rallied against being vaccinated from.”
”Poor Clive, I should really send him a fruit basket, or maybe muffins, I think he’d like muffins.”
When asked why the industry took Mr Palmer’s money and allowed him to spread his dangerous anti-science message, Brent Smyth-Barry said: ”Hey, hang on, hang on, mate, we don’t condone or accept what people say in their ads. We just take the money.”
”I mean I advertise raspberry jam but I don’t eat the stuff, you know what I’m saying.”
”That jam stuff is loaded with sugar and that stuff is dangerous. They should have a vaccine against that.”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to call Gerry Harvey make sure he’s doing ok. I’d shudder to think what would happen if we lost Clive and Gerry, who’d give us money?”
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