Monday, 9 July 2007

Jonah fronts electricity ad

If you haven't already heard it, Jonah Lomu is fronting an ad campaign that begins, "I used to rely on regular electricity in my home for my dialysis machine," and ends, "If your life depends on electricity, then pay your bill."

No, of course it doesn't. It ends: "If your life depends on electricity, then let your power company know."

At least the first ending would have the virtue of honesty.


  1. Hmmm... rugby stars. I wonder how treatment of Buck's cancer is going?

  2. Peter, if you'd actually done some research before mouthing off with your nasty ideology, then you'd realise the Muliagas had actually paid their bill, but the company cut them off anyway. Where do you get off making fun of people's suffering?


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