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Last updated on July 24th, 2017 at 08:23 am

This week’s Continuing Crisis column for The Bulletin mentions … well, it doesn’t mention anybody. It just contrasts menus from fictional restaurants in Gosford (“Big Pete’s Aussie Eatery”) and Surry Hills (“bistro kafka”).

Also in The Bulletin: Patrick Carlyon tells the story of 24 Australian POWs who survived the nuking of Nagasaki, and James Bennett presents his weekly quiz. Oh, and the 70s cricket gallery is still up, featuring Doug Walters:
UPDATE. Sasha Castel emails:

Your column reminded me of a time my Dad and I were walking on Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, and stopped to read the menu of a swishy French restaurant. Dad said “Mmmm, that looks tasty. ‘Bistec hache au fromage.’”

I looked at him and said, “Dad, that’s a cheeseburger!”

Posted by Tim B. on 08/02/2005 at 11:32 AM
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