Here's a little something to kick off your Monday morning: The Australian National Broadband Network (NBN) Roast!
With the possible exception of former Communications Minister Malcolm Tunbull, the NBN doesn't have many fans left in Australia - us included.
Australian YouTuber and comedian RobComRobComhas taken this dislike to a new level, releasing a hilarious "diss track" to put the network - and its ageing copper connections - in their place.
In the words of my esteemed colleague Jackson Ryan:
Finally, someone has crafted a piece of art so biting, so scathing, so Australian that it perfectly encapsulates what an absolute disaster the NBN has been.
Even if you hate rap, this is a must-watch. (The buffer gag in particular is gold.) Enjoy!
If you want to see more of RobComRobCom's extremely Aussie brand of comedy, you can download one of his albums for free here.
After coming to power in the 2013 Federal Election, the Coalition government promised to deliver a national broadband network that would be faster, cheaper and more quickly deployed than Labor's scuttled fibre-to-the-premises plan. Two years on, what have we got? Regardless of where your politics lie, the answer isn't pretty.