Saturday, 25 January 2003

However, "it was Young Australian of the Year, tennis world number one, Lleyton Hewitt who drew the biggest applause at the awards ceremony at Melbourne's Princess theatre tonight." Which just goes to show they must have invited a bunch of teenyboppers to be in the audience. Only they could cheer louder for a petulant sportskiddy who stars in an awful toilet paper ad than a woman who was "recognised for her services to public health, specialising in researching childhood illness and birth defects."

Wankers. It's lucky the public don't pick this, or Brett Lee would have won.

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