Thursday 27 October 2011

Wendy Richardson ''failed permanently''

Too funny not to share.

Just sent an email to Wendy Richardson, who is still presumably standing for the remnants of what is the Queensland Party, the one that Aidan Mclindon ran away from to play with crazy Bob Katter. What was he thinking?

Wendy has contested for the Tablelands Regional Council; the State seat of Cairns; Barron River three years ago... and now for the Queensland Party in Barron, again. To be fair, she won the primary vote ahead of ALP's Steve Wettenhall, but the Greens sucked up on preferences.

This is the auto-reply I got to my email...
  • On 27 October 2011 15:59, Mail Delivery Subsystem wrote:

    Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

    Technical details of permanent failure:
    Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain. We recommend contacting the other email provider for further information about the cause of this error. The error that the other server returned was: 550 550 No Such User Here (state 14).


Nicky J said...

When I go to I get this message:

"This website has been closed by the owner of the Domain, this Domain is NOT part of the Queensland Party nor the Australian Party.

We apologise for any inconvenience."

This of course begs the question... what kind of a massive party was the owner of this domain going to hold, if it wasn't intended to be a political website?

portmultimedia said...

A Little Technical Background:
This was the old domain used to get the Qld party up and running... This was retired when the party was officially registered. The party moved to the appropriate The emails were turned off for the domain for security reasons, it was a very high profile website.

KitchenSlut said...

Ummm ..... so do you have a point Nicky apart from rimming Gavin?

Nicky J said...

Ahh cool thanks Brendan :)

I agree with your decision to move to the Good luck with it.

Mark you've got me all wrong! I'm more of a blow job kind of girl.

KitchenSlut said...

So, do you make a criteria for discretionary judgememnt on whether or not you swallow?