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The first paragraph of Grasso's press release is a grammatical nightmare, showing that he's got no better grasp of english language and use of the apostrophe than does Myer - who've installed giant signs with the same error in them to wide derision on the internet.
HINT: Hey Steve - it's "Sundays", and "its plans". And there are additional grammatical errors in the rest of the press release. Can you find them, Steve? Where's Waldo?
Is this the level of council candidate we're attracting and, worryingly, the state of Gen X education in Cairns? Grasso claims to have been in the Australian Navy. If this is the kind of recruit we're getting and the level of additional education the navy is providing, we're well and truly fucked. Our last illiterate councillor Paul Freebody didn't pan out, either. Grasso is apparently no more literate than the boat people he wasn't keeping out when patrolling our northern coast.
We normally aren't quite so pedantic, but come on! If you don't have the intelligence to write a complete thought in your native language, in a press release that attacks your opponents on education, you shouldn't expect a pass from the rest of us for calling you out. I'd suggest he gets one of his kids to proofread in the future, but that's little guarantee given the number of wagging primary school students seen daily in places like Cairns Central.