Carry on a wayward trio, the top three states from the last outing are back at it again as the end of the Christmas and New Year holiday road toll ends with a forty and one as NSW triumphs once more unto the bleak.
Prices for coffins and makeshift cement pits are not exactly the only cause to mangle your body into a bundle of bones. But at least when you’re screaming high unto the sky in a blinding light you don’t think about how this Easter is a quieter one nationally. Eight at the end.
Liberty takes its freedom from the metallic jaws of life, wrenching guts and entrails from the side of the road to reveal that spirits are up as the bodies are high. We're 35 for the Christmas and New Year national holiday road toll and it's a bang up job to bang up a write-off with NSW at the headless.
Poetry in motion as the arms and torsos fly through the shattered glass air as Australia does proud to rack 22 for the Easter holiday road toll for 2015. Soundtrack to such a mess probably including one of those songs by Taylor Swift.
Meeting the cost of a Sandra Bullock movie, starring a Leary who constantly draws breath between his teeth, is sky high, but what you get when you have Germanwings close out the year of waiting for Malaysia Airlines to pay out.
Elements of diplomacy include tact and promise. Driving that carrot on the donkey's back like it's a stick shift and cranking the bollocks so they squeeze out the most just relations possible.
Lined up head to knee to neck to torso and what we have is another year on the road tolls. The holidays never stop making a mull of it. You can't rest until your lungs are crushed or ripped apart from a torn windshield. Them's the brakes. Screeching as we notch SA atop a country of 28.
'smiles riding into the breach, the beach, the trees that never hug back. Easter brings another road toll, celebration on the nation's roads as the tally takes a team effort, but this year we're down and out but 19 off the course. Western Australia making fun use of that extra sun.
Year's end comes quietly for the 2013/2014 Christmas and New Year's holiday road toll as the nation watches Australia reclaim The Ashes from the Poms. As it happens, the bodies are out for six and that's New South Wales still keeping its head above the bloody waters. But only just in a pool of 27.
Shot through the car and more than maimed, you can see all the bodies in bags claimed. Up over down under and squeezing out joie de vivre from the passenger side, Easter once more promises all that Kinder Surprises cannot. Pieces and bits choking down brown shells to signpost a respectable 22 in the bank. A tip more than double last year's shifting sands of pleading hands with SA clasping all.
Sobriety never gets in the way of a healthy strewing of debris and police tape to chalk road fatalities across the Christmas and New Year's period. Two down from last session and it's a tidy cut of 48 bleeding out.
Done with a case of caskets careening through the car crashes, the stats on the Easter 2012 period looms a shadow of its former self. We enter through the umbra and flip the soundtrack from John Lennon to Spın̈al Tap. And we're at 11. Barely half of a corpse clipped in half by a flying bonnet.
Ambulances, as they race and jostle through the pedestrians, knocking them off the footpath, are always on a headlong collision toward society's tolerance and continuity in how long you can play an injury, death or other serious illness in the deck of sympathy cards. It's a dicey slice between taking their time and giving you yours in order to call around and rally the pity troops.