A Current Affair have taken quite a long time to find an angle to spin Not Good Enough for one of their stories. Buffered between articles ranging from rugby league pack raping to AFL gang banging they brought back the heatlamps onto the dealngs of the consumer watchdog and painted them in the skin of corporate lapdog. No hands, eyes only.
Broadcast last year, in the year 2003 no less, ACA ran with the bright and "feel good" light of casting Not Good Enough as a fighter of the rights of hoodwinked buyers and patrons. Within, "You just mention the word notgoodenough these days and companies will say, 'We don't want to be on your site, how can we get off it? How can we do the best by our customer?' and it works," said Fiona Stewart of the backhanded operations funding the site.
NGE's list of good and bad corporations was seemingly tinkered and released following the report and shortly to follow, was their defense and affirmation that of all the entities holding down the bullying, NGE want that tiara.
Written on Wednesday, 17 March 2004