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Aussie Culture at its Best

By Graeme Kanofski - ISBN: 9781922701596

RRP: $24.95

Aussie Culture at its Best
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Author Bio

The author spent a 40 year career in local government in Queensland, many of them as a CEO. His experiences with politicians certainly placed him in good stead to write this tale.

Since retiring from full time work in 2011, Graeme has served on three Government based Boards as a Director.

This is his second book. The first was an autobiography titled ‘The Colours of my Life’. It was written during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020.

Aussie Culture at its Best

By Graeme Kanofski - ISBN: 9781922701596

RRP: $24.95

This is my personal revenge for this scourge facing Australia...
What is political correctness? 

Commonly defined as when we are forced to avoid using our common sense, logic, or reason and keep our sensible opinions to ourselves while other idiots are encouraged to talk crap!

Our Aussie culture is at stake here. The great English and Aussie comedy series of the past are no longer acceptable, which means no more Benny Hill, On the Buses or Kingswood Country. Paul Hogan would not have even gotten his start in these times!

You may have heard some of the yarns within this book, but it is how they are weaved into a story of one family's life that will maintain your attention.

Nigel, the main character in the book, has developed a few sayings in his senior years like, ‘It’s not the pace of life that concerns me, it’s the sudden stop at the end.’ The simple fact is that life is a journey and not a destination, so why not get as many laughs along the way? 

This book subscribes to this theory… Enjoy!

“Anecdotal and relevant, this is a great work of old views confronting new views and where the hell things went wrong in between. Great stuff!” Craig, Readalot reviewer 

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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