Sometimes it’s the writers who use the fewest words who say the most. Their carefully chosen arrows strike home. Their sharp wit and insight cut to the bone.
Every Tuesday morning Peter Ruehl, in his column in the Financial Review, demonstrated that skill, that gift. He passed away on the weekend and I, like so many other devoted readers, will miss his humour.
Thanks for the laughs, not to mention your wry view of life in Australia, Peter.
Bet even the politicians miss you…