For the worst-crafted, most ineffectual policy of this election campaign it would be hard to go past Rich Uncle Albo's shared equity housing scheme.
But first, old thinking about schools needs to change to allow for the opportunities that the future presents and to avoid an inevitable shortage of places in suitable locations.
Clearly, there's a real need for more affordable housing options for Queenslanders.
They have served the industry well enough but come from an era of factory mode office work, with workers dutifully lined up at their cubicles, all arriving at the same times and mostly leaving at the same times.
Humanity has more knowledge than ever before, but all that knowledge has not made us wise. We all need meaning and purpose in our lives.
To reflect on how long we've known about the problems and done nothing about it, is downright depressing.
In the age of money, when universities, museums and orchestras routinely assess their economic impact in dollars and cents, poetry stands apart.
Not only are buses much cheaper as public transport but they also make use of the existing road network, they can be re-routed in response to changing needs.
Users should fund their own recharging centres and insurance, and all road users should contribute fairly to the costs of road building and maintenance.
'We could power the entire world five times over from the Australian sun… It's a good measure of how large our country is, and how much great sun we have.'
Up until Covid turned the tap off on net overseas migration, we were projecting growth rates for our major cities which put them in the same league as cities such as Shanghai and Beijing.
Perhaps because the costs of maintaining, operating or expanding network facilities are so eye watering, the promised benefits need to be overstated?