"Without any more silos to paint on, what will happen to the local arts?" says a local artist, after putting the finishing touches to her silo. "Clearly, the government needs to support artists more by commissioning more silos, which we will then paint."
"We will not rest until there is a silo for every paddock in Australia."
Meanwhile, others have called for there to be no more silos built, and for the existing silos to be simply re-used or for artists to return to using sheets of paper, but these others have been dismissed by other others as being idiots.
As terror swept the nation following the announcement of the dreadful silo shortage, sorrow also swept the nation following the announcement that the iconic bushman, who artists painted in iconic bush scenes on all those silos, was in the hospital with a cold and might not be available for painting any more iconic bush scenes on the silos for at least three days or so. In addition, mild concern also swept the nation following announcement of an imminent lamp post shortage for people to do guerrilla knitting for.
"We are mildly concerned", said a national citizen.
Fig 1 - Silos painted in an abstract style.