- February 13, 2012 - 14:17
Lube and Grease.... heh heh heh. All an iPad does is provide another electronic device to print documents from. To suggest they pay for themselves in in saved paper within weeks is laughable. But if you are a director looking to buy them for your management team, that argument will probably get your purchase order approved because there's always someone who actually believes it.
- February 13, 2012 - 11:50
OK, OK...first of all, I know there are other factors such as amount of things to move, and weight, etc., but even so...does any one else find it at all disgusting that it is incredibly cheaper to move from Sask. to NL, and a little bit cheaper from BC to NL, then it is to move from from Wabush to Corner Brook!!!!
- February 13, 2012 - 10:17
Something is missing: how much for cell phone coverage. Not jus the plain coverage, but all the bells, whistles, apps and etcetera?
- Steve Winslow
- February 13, 2012 - 09:18
Stephen is absolutely right. Lay off them, Telegram!. Government does a fine enough job of appearing like baffoons all by themselves!
- February 13, 2012 - 07:48
This is such shoddy journalism. "Lets print a bunch of government expenditures, simplify their descriptions, and make government look like buffoons". Highlighting the budget for toilet paper and paper towel - does the writer believe that public servants should wipe themselves with their fingers, and dry their hands in their pants? As far as the Ipads go, government should be encouraging their use, as they pay for themselves in print and paper costs within months if not weeks.