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About John

Copywriter / advertising person, Perth. Curator of largely irrelevant data. Purveyor of unsorted thoughts. Poor surfer. Worse fisherman.

Would you be more careful with your words if you were given a fixed number to use? Pic: iStock.

Should we be licensed to write or speak?

Donald Trump's communications team has got me thinking: should we be licensed to use words?

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Over 1 year ago
(Entertainment & Culture)

Why Harvey Norman is Australia's rudest advertiser

 

OPINION: hotelnepal member John Ilian gets stuck into Harvey Norman's "offensive" TV ads.

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Over 1 year ago
(Entertainment & Culture)

Kind in thought as well as deed

Your freedom ends where my nose begins, said UK author and whistleblower Seth Freedman.

One Nation Racism Kindness
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Over 1 year ago
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