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  1. And a good morning to you all my fellow Deplorables, Purebloods, Filth etc. etc.

    THE question of the minute: Has anyone seen ClarkE?

    (And if they have, did they throw him back?)

    Despite that, enjoy whatever your day may bring (Especially if it brings dl’s resignation), but take care; the kens and karens are EVERYWHERE…!!

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  2. Morning all, another ripper of a day here in the winterless north. Been raining all night and according to the 6 am news we’re going to get dealt to by a series of thunderstorms at about six thirty. Can’t wait!

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    • Crikey!!!

      The Brig and Mrs Rissole are in a house perched on a hill above Mangawhai.

      The wind is unbelievable. Lightening from 4:30 am.

      Pouring with rain.

      Another violent flash of lightening. Rumble of far away thunder.

      Rissole will leave Fanny in bed. No need to get the lazy cow up quit yet, checkout is 10:30 am.

      Time to compose a tune on my pipes, laddies and lassies!

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  3. Brig@0635

    But won’t the skirl o’ the pipes at 0635 (or thereabouts) , get you thrown out of the ‘establishment’ before 10.30 and make Mrs R all upset, angry and VERY poor company on your drive back to Auckland?

    (Asking for a very-concerned friend).

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  4. So the insidious push to install 3 Waters is gathering steam.

    Another article claiming it is essential that Maori values, knowledge, insight and vision are used to guide the world (and Water Infrastructure).

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/three-waters-new-zealand-facing-water-workforce-shortage-says-water-nz-boss/5XZKASGDNL543Y4554FBB3ZFMQ/

    These arseholes pushing this phase of 3 Waters are pushing for Maori and women to be recruited and retrained to run the water infrastructure system under 3 Waters. It seems, if you are a white male, don’t bother applying for a job, your not wanted. So much for the Equal Opportunities Legislation.

    “We also want to ensure greater diversity, and this means a particular emphasis on recruitment and support for Māori, women and people retraining from other sectors.”

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    • Since there are today virtually no pureblood Maoris left all those currently alive being the product of interbreeding with whitey or other breeds how can we be sure that “Maori values, knowledge, insight and vision” have not been hopelessly corrupted by the interbreeding process (which seems very much to be the case in my humble but probably racist/realistic opinion)?

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      • What do the Chinese, Celts, Vikings, Waitahi, Persians, an Moriori all have in common?

        They were all here before the Maori.

        Various Maori tribes refer in their oral history to fair skinned people who inhabited New Zealand before their arrival.

        However most keep quiet about it because it calls into question the permanent gravy train of treaty settlements for land they have sold, resold, and re-resold and been compensated for the same number of times. Land that they never had claim to in the first place, having seized it from the previous inhabitants they slaughtered, rape or enslaved.

        However Ngapuhi under David Rankin have collaborated over the years with various investigative teams and authors to try and set the record straight, stating that their oral history in NZ going 70+ generations, and confirms the existence of white people when they arrived.

        As do the Waitaha, whose oral history in NZ goes back 2000 years.

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  5. Good morning pureblood and those who wish they were, yep its been raining in the Tron as well, its been a while since we were rained upon strange, didn’t notice any thunder or lightening. I wonder what joys life will bring us today?If dl was to resign who would take over??????? I’m thinking mahutapotomous? She would be in for the fight, I can imagine and that would not be pretty, she against the fat poof??? Ummm thought I would give you all a laugh to start the day, at the thought of the fat poof and Mahutapotomous having a stouch, wrestling on the floor at parliament. Have a great day one and all.

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  6. Here we go again FFS ,the same lower than a snakes belly Real Estate agents that for 10 years have been telling Nz’rs “look in this market I think I can get way more than you are asking” are now gonna spin on a dime and spout ” look in this market I think you are asking way too much” and of course it makes no difference to them whether it’s a mortgagee sale or an owner sale they still get their cut, C–TS and bloodsuckers every damn one of them.

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  7. “Five people are still missing and five have been rescued from the waters off North Cape after their boat got into trouble more than 12 hours ago.”

    At least the boat had a distress beacon, but who would put to sea in this weather? Ten people makes it sound like a commercial fishing boat, but 10 people would suggest a large commercial vessel. It surely couldn’t be a private boat?

    Any ideas?

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    • The Owl and the Pussy-Cat
      BY EDWARD LEAR
      I
      The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea
      In a beautiful pea-green boat,
      They took some honey, and plenty of money,
      Wrapped up in a five-pound note.
      The Owl looked up to the stars above,
      And sang to a small guitar,
      “O lovely Pussy! O Pussy, my love,
      What a beautiful Pussy you are,
      You are,
      You are!
      What a beautiful Pussy you are!”

      II
      Pussy said to the Owl, “You elegant fowl!
      How charmingly sweet you sing!
      O let us be married! too long we have tarried:
      But what shall we do for a ring?”
      They sailed away, for a year and a day,
      To the land where the Bong-Tree grows
      And there in a wood a Piggy-wig stood
      With a ring at the end of his nose,
      His nose,
      His nose,
      With a ring at the end of his nose.

      III
      “Dear Pig, are you willing to sell for one shilling
      Your ring?” Said the Piggy, “I will.”
      So they took it away, and were married next day
      By the Turkey who lives on the hill.
      They dined on mince, and slices of quince,
      Which they ate with a runcible spoon;
      And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand,
      They danced by the light of the moon,
      The moon,
      The moon,
      They danced by the light of the moon.

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      • Thank you BGR, I can remember the first verse but not the rest. So that was a delightful reminder to lighten the day. Hope you get home safe and sound from your rest and relaxation or what ever you are doing up there.

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      • The Man in the Moon Stayed Up Too Late (JRR Tolkien)

        There is an inn, a merry old inn
        beneath an old grey hill,
        And there they brew a beer so brown
        That the Man in the Moon himself came down
        One night to drink his fill.

        The ostler has a tipsy cat
        that plays a five-stringed fiddle;
        And up and down he runs his bow,
        Now squeaking high, now purring low,
        Now sawing in the middle.

        The landlord keeps a little dog
        that is mighty fond of jokes;
        When there’s good cheer among the guests,
        He cocks an ear at all the jests
        And laughs until he chokes.

        They also keep a hornéd cow
        as proud as any queen;
        But music turns her head like ale,
        And makes her wave her tufted tail
        and dance upon the green.

        And O! the rows of silver dishes
        and the store of silver spoons!
        For Sunday there’s a special pair,
        And these they polish up with care
        on Saturday afternoons.

        The Man in the Moon was drinking deep,
        and the cat began to wail;
        A dish and a spoon on the table danced,
        The cow in the garden madly pranced,
        and the little dog chased his tail.

        The Man in the Moon took another mug,
        and then rolled beneath his chair;
        And there he dozed and dreamed of ale,
        Till in the sky the stars were pale,
        and dawn was in the air.

        Then the ostler said to his tipsy cat:
        ‘The white horses of the Moon,
        They neigh and champ their silver bits;
        But their master’s been and drowned his wits,
        and the Sun’ll be rising soon!’

        So the cat on his fiddle played hey-diddle-diddle,
        a jig that would wake the dead:
        He squeaked and sawed and quickened the tune,
        While the landlord shook the Man in the Moon:
        ‘It’s after three!’ he said.

        They rolled the Man slowly up the hill
        and bundled him into the Moon,
        While his horses galloped up in rear,
        And the cow came capering like a deer,
        and a dish ran up with the spoon.

        Now quicker the fiddle went deedle-dum-diddle;
        the dog began to roar,
        The cow and the horses stood on their heads;
        The guests all bounded from their beds
        and danced upon the floor.

        With a ping and a pong the fiddle-strings broke!
        the cow jumped over the Moon,
        And the little dog laughed to see such fun,
        And the Saturday dish went off at a run
        with the silver Sunday spoon.

        The round Moon rolled behind the hill
        as the Sun raised up her head.
        She hardly believed her fiery eyes;
        For though it was day, to her surprise
        they all went back to bed!

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    • From the reports to hand I reckon that “The Jumblies”
      by Edward Lear might be more apropos:

      They went to sea in a Sieve, they did,
      In a Sieve they went to sea:
      In spite of all their friends could say,
      On a winter’s morn, on a stormy day,
      In a Sieve they went to sea!
      And when the Sieve turned round and round,
      And every one cried, ‘You’ll all be drowned!’
      They called aloud, ‘Our Sieve ain’t big,
      But we don’t care a button! we don’t care a fig!
      In a Sieve we’ll go to sea!’
      Far and few, far and few,
      Are the lands where the Jumblies live;
      Their heads are green, and their hands are blue,
      And they went to sea in a Sieve.

      https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/54364/the-jumblies

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  8. Pissed?

    Woman arrested after incident involving car, pedestrians at Manukau Mall

    A 34-year-old woman has been arrested after allegedly driving into and seriously injuring a number of pedestrians at Manukau Mall on Sunday afternoon.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/20/woman-arrested-after-allegedly-driving-into-pedestrians-at-manukau-mall/

    Four people were transported to Middlemore Hospital, one in critical condition and three in serious condition.

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  9. Just been reading abouth the fishing boat event up north.

    Questions that need to be answered. Life Jackets? Article doesn’t say much about that. The pic shows at least one life ring. was that deployed? and of course alcohol? was that an issue? ( I have heard that some charters are now going booze free as there are so many issues with pissed passengers). Anyway, sad day all round. Just a pity Jethro wasn’t on board…..

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    • Just a pity Jethro wasn’t on board

      That’s unkind.

      Nevertheless I have to concur. And furthermore, it would be even more fortuitous if both he AND the horse creature had both been on board and they were among the missing and/or the dead. No such luck, probably. More’s the pity.

      But yes, sad day all round.

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    • ……” Life Jackets?”……

      Shame on you RoL. When the state nannies & their feminist safety freak mates in the MSM took over they introduced a new language. Now that crossing of a puddle of more than 30mm in depth requires a fully fitted & certified lifejacket, all drownings where the deceased weren’t wearing said physical restraint are sung from the heavens. Conversely should a lifejacket with a body attached be discovered all mention of this is verboten.

      In the same strange way that unvaxxed are supposedly dangerous to the vaxxed Newspeak changes our lives.

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    • Rol, for a vessel over 6m they only need lifejackets onboard theres no rules to force them to be worn. Its retarded as many boats that size theyre stored away where theyre a bastard to get at if shit happens.
      Id imagine being a charter boat worksafe are going to have a feild day with this.

      I had a massive swim once when i was 18 (3hrs to shore after jetski 3/4 sank, take note hunty), wetsuit and life jacket saved my arse i always wear them on boats even if the other “tough” muppets dont.

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      • The trouble is that you can’t do fuck all in them! Suddenly your arms are effectively 150mm shorter & your movement is hampered.

        I always carried them & if someone is sitting around doing sod all they might as well wear them but even though I swim like a concrete post things have to be turning to custard real fast before I’ll put one on.

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        • Get the inflatable type if you find standard ones awkward, they sit as flat as your shirt and barely notice them. My mates use the inflatable type rock fishing so they still have full mobility if they need to scramble in a hurry.

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          • My better half bought me one of the auto inflatable contraptions from Burnsco. I’ll grant that they’re not as bad as the standard lifejacket but they’re still uncomfortable.

            If I’m in someone else’s boat then they’re the skipper & I’ll do what I’m told. In my own boat (last one was a 32′ Hartley launch) although I’ll always ensure that good jackets are available for guests/crew for me personally the safety Nazis can take their rules & regulations about their straitjackets & shove them up their arses.

            My life. My problem.

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      • I have rounded Cape Reinga and North Cape a number of times many years ago.
        Supposed calm weather. and where the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean, the currents, the tides, can really make the waves stand up on edge, even when it is not stormy. It can really cut up rough as the winds can seem to change, and then swell meeting swell.

        Give yourself plenty of sea room and do not cheat on it.
        Just how close was the boat to the Cape, as nearby land / shallows, can do most queer things to waves.
        Rocks, Land in that situation is mostly deadly to a boat.

        Life jackets being on, is not always the safest as they can more than hinder ones to escape from a boat, to get through a door way, if a boat is capsized.
        Though if that rough, keep them to hand, & know how to slip them on, once clear.

        A marine court of Inquiry, and the survivors testimony of this tragedy will give some insight to what happened and the reasons.
        It does sound like a wave broke on them and did major damage.
        Like how much reserve of fuel? Could they have stood off or retreated to shelter, at 3 Kings, though it is not that great and anchorage depends on conditions.

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      • Put it this way, If I was on that boat, I would have asked for a jacket when things started looking iffy. I swim like a concrete block with lead weights so I’d be nestling up to anything that looks like it floats…. I don’t care much about regulations, but common sense would persuade me to be looking out for better survivability options….. Maybe its military training but whenever I get on any sea vessel, I always make a mental note of exits, lifejacket stowage and life rafts. Then maybe its just me not wanting to die too early….

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  10. https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/463715/omicron-peak-not-right-time-to-relax-public-health-measures-rod-jackson

    “He [Rod Jackson] said over 1 million New Zealanders still need to get their booster. As well, the unvaccinated are twice as likely to catch Covid-19, three times as likely to transmit it as fully boosted people and five times more likely to be in hospital.”

    Ummmm . . . “NEED to get their booster”? . . . .oh, Mr Jackson, you mean “have enough sense and are sufficiently well informed to have decided against getting the booster”. . . . . . .FIFY.

    “three times as likely to transmit it as fully boosted people and five times more likely to be in hospital . . . .and the evidence is . . . . well, actually there isn’t any really. You see I just made up that bit off the top of my head..

    Thats ‘cos I’m a conspiracy theorist who peddles the disinformation that the vax is “safe and effective”. Its the officially-sanctioned conspiracy theory that I’m paid to peddle. By Pfizer. And the Government, of course.”

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    • So … Only my wife is double vaxed. Three of us have had covid out of 4. She is having the worst time of it, my son got sick but very quickly recovered, my daughter has had no symptoms but has been using mouth wash regularly. I have more Ivermectin in me than the Melbourne Cup entourage. So they are talking shit. Further most of the vax Nazis in my extended family have all come down with covid, but I reckon I have had the least hassles.

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  11. LOL Ardern making a big deal of us sending a whole lot of body armour etc to Ukraine. On questioning the armed forces bloke explained it’s old stuff that’s been deprecated, and we no longer use. We’re giving them our junk, so we don’t have to bin it. And she was trying to sound all benevolent.

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  12. AN OPEN LETTER TO CHRIS HIPKINS (& FRIENDS) from Aila@VFF ( Used to date ‘er )
    Chris,
    I see this afternoon that you’ve made a cute post about feeling off-colour with Covid. Poor diddums. Did you really think you and your triple-jabbed status were going to escape the virus? Bless.
    I know you told the country that by taking 1, 2, 3, 4? jabs they would not only protect themselves but their communities as well from the dreaded and dangerous Covid Boogeyman. I cringed through these moments utterly devoid of anything even remotely scientific in terms of evidence for your wild statements. Even Pfizer wasn’t so bold as to make the claims you all did.
    I knew that time would be your worst enemy as one does not simply escape the international patterns playing out again and again across the globe. Did we have a crystal ball? No, and we didn’t need one. It was clear to anyone who took the time to pay attention that highly vaxxed countries were experiencing outbreaks similar to those with lower rates – the vaccines could not, and did not, prevent infection or transmission. All we had to do was wait for time to prove you and your friends wrong. And it has. Only, if being “wrong” was all we had to worry about, we could all just flash a snigger in your direction and move on with our lives.
    But it isn’t.
    In being “wrong” you did two things:
    You destroyed people’s lives. You took away people’s ability to serve others in their communities; to have self-worth; to provide for their families; to put a roof over their children’s heads and food on the table; to engage in sports, arts, cultural, and religious activities; to access higher education; to further our teens’ life options by sitting driver licence tests and other qualifications; to go out for dinner with friends or loved ones to celebrate or just to connect; to BE THERE with elderly relatives in their last days or moments; to access healthcare without discrimination; or to attend your child’s school camp or field trip. The list goes on. I’m sure you get the picture.
    You also robbed many of their health and some of their lives with your promotion of an inadequately tested, unsafe, and experimental product.
    ALL your measures – based firmly in the realm of fantasy – hurt people, Chris. Lots and lots of people.
    You connected us in ways you wouldn’t be able to comprehend. For this, I thank you. We couldn’t have done a better job.
    Your deliberate segregation and division of this beautiful nation resulted in people with incredible values and integrity finding one another. They found a kinship that is difficult to describe. People cut through the nonsense and got right to the heart of the issues that really mattered.
    That “River of Filth” out there on the front lawn of Parliament? Those people felt like they were “home” – many for the first time ever in their lives. And it wasn’t the location that was important, or the tents, but the way in which people touched each other’s hearts and truly cared for one another. They met the needs of the wider group, happily and with a smile. The fact you all refused to come down and speak with us only served to give the people more time to form genuine, quality, enduring relationships. Thank you.
    The time of the protest may now be over but understand this: Those people won’t forget the reasons why they came or what they experienced while they were there. They are joining local groups around the nation in their tens of thousands and they are finding that there are people all over this country that think, feel, hope and dream just the same as them.
    They do not like what you and your friends have done to our country, Chris. They are finding alternatives and work-arounds to problems posed by clueless little twerps in Wellington offices jumped up on power-trips. They are tapping into that Kiwi ingenuity and No.8 wire mentality to solve problems and create new and improved solutions for community initiatives that actually WORK to enhance their lives.
    And we will be right there alongside them, Chris.
    Digging those home and community gardens, setting up education and employment solutions, playing discrimination-free sport, listening to music, getting haircuts, sharing hobbies and faith, reaching out to those who are isolated and alone, making meals for people in need, and spreading the word of another incredibly rewarding way of living. A way of living that ejects overbearing parasites from our lives and firmly retains the grip of responsibility for our own health, wellbeing, children and grandchildren, and the way we choose to live in this country we call home.
    Yours truly,

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  13. I’m not sure why Queen Jacinda doesn’t fly to the Ukraine herself and end the war?
    Surely all it would take would be her mere presence? Some photos taken hugging Ukranian children and a few frowny sad faces for the camera?
    ‘Jacinda ends the war with Kindness’ would scream the international headlines!
    And that Nobel prize she so desperately craves would finally be hers…

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  14. What about Mahutapotumumus in MIQ ordering cashews and mandarins, etc. When will we see that targeted in the MSM?

    $188 on chocolate fish among BOP leaders’ credit card spend

    Chocolate fish, free t-shirts and a book named Fifteen Shades of Climate were among more than $112,000 in credit card purchases by Bay of Plenty leaders last year.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/21/188-on-chocolate-fish-among-bop-leaders-credit-card-spend/

    Tauranga City Council was the biggest spender, with 15 staff members spending more than $88,500 with council credit cards between November 8, 2020 and November 7, 2021.

    The council said its spend was due to its larger employee and budget size compared to the other councils.

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  15. Just talking to a mate who is in the O&G business. Did you realise that as well as closing the Refinery up north (which has nothing to do with the Govt. as it is a private company) all the coastal ships which have been transporting the fuel around the country are also going? So i presume it will all have to be distributed by trucks now.

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    • One can usually find the charge for the library on one’s rates demand.
      Often as a Uniform Charge. Still find out.

      Itemize it, then deduct it for that period time!

      A pity as with the old cheque book system I have noted on it, that if it is presented, then it is that the account invoice no. is paid in full.
      Maybe some digital reference in this digitized banking system can be done?

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    • Remember the police recruitment ads about getting better work stories?
      What did you do today dear?
      I threatened to pepper spray octogenarians wanting to borrow library books.

      And in other news, it’s a wild old time in Hawkes Bay tonight as police have to drive various patients to hospital from a mva and an attempted suicide because the ambos can’t attend.
      The ambo situation in HB has been dire for several years now.
      It would be miraculous if there haven’t already been deaths, and more will come.
      And where the hell is Mental Health? Why do cops have to deal with suicide attempts.

      Why are we paying the fuckwits that are running this shit show?

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  16. It’s only a human interest story but reading this struck a few chords:

    …….”Robert Johnston was driving truck carrying 830 lambs along SH1 when a campervan crossed the centre line and hit him, killing his “best mate”, his dog Cash.”……

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/128084043/stock-truck-driver-shaken-after-campervan-ploughs-into-truck-killing-his-dog

    I spent the best part of eighteen years chauffeuring stock around the NI & its not hard to feel for the poor bastard. I always had two dogs, one of which would be in the box all day, every day except when he/she was let out to do the hard work of pushing livestock into a truck when they had no intentions of doing so. They used to get shit kicked out of them by cattle.

    Next day they’d be up raring & have another go.

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  17. On unvaccinated New Zealander’s being able to return and bypass MIQ, the Prime Minister says not mentioning that decision as part of a media release on border re-openings last week was “not something I’m involved in”.

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  18. I noticed some of us are being a bit slack in showing our appreciation of Dear leader

    Just a reminder, ending a post with FJA will always make the reader think more positively about your comment

    FJA

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      • Rule 1: Treat every firearm as loaded
        Rule 2: Always point firearms in a safe direction
        Rule 3: Load a firearm only when ready to fire
        Rule 4: Identify your target beyond all doubt
        Rule 5: Check your firing zone
        Rule 6: Store firearms and ammunition safely
        Rule 7: Avoid both alcohol and drugs when handling firearms

        The muppet shit all over rules 1, 2 ,3 and possibly 7?

        Our pigs are completey incompetent with firearms its appalling the crap that gets swept under the carpet.
        Down here just after 1st lockdown in the space of a year the cops lost 3 glocks, dropped full magazine and ammo out the chopper door when they were playing veitnam cowboys on a manhunt and a cop door got a sweet hole in it as an accidental discharge went whistling down a street.
        Thats just southland id hate to know what happens nationwide or whats happened since then. Our local cop got moved on he used to tell us all the goss and fuckups, it would boggle most ppls minds to hear the crap that happens behind the scenes.

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        • Many won’t have grown up with firearms, I believe they only get a couple of range days a year, and they walk amongst the public armed. Throw in some danger and it’s a disaster waiting to happen.

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  19. MORE TRADE, BIGGER DEFICIT
    Surging oil prices help push NZ to a record monthly trade deficit for a February and the annual deficit for the year to February hit an all-time high of -$8.4 bln. Since records began in the 1960s, there have only been 13 deficits in a February, most of them more recently. Much of this negative shift was due to the +106% rise in value of petroleum products imported compared with a year ago, which more than offset surging dairy export prices.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/business/114928/106-rise-value-petroleum-products-compared-year-ago-more-offset-surging-dairy

    So we stopped looking for oil and imported more than we can afford.
    That works along with all the coal for the electric cars.

    And on the back of the deficit, the rolling annual traded deficit for the 12 months to February came in at a touch under $8.4 billion – a new all time high. A year ago the annual trade balance was standing at a surplus of $2.4 billion.

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  20. Cindy anouces an anoucement is coming on wednesday about chucking the mandates, masks, jabbing, etc! The reson for the delay is that cindys hundred journalists have thought the excuses yet to pacify karen and ken! She’s looking at them to plaster shit on the pig, without losing votes!
    It’s a hard row to paddle, but that’s why she gets the big bucks and paid beyond her ability!
    FJA, Where’s clarkE?

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  21. She’s shifting any blame from the Labour Pardy to the police

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern defends Labour’s use of majority to block briefing from police on Parliament protest
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/03/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-defends-labour-s-use-of-majority-to-block-briefing-from-police-on-parliament-protest.html

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has defended Labour’s use of majority to block a briefing from police on the Parliament protest because she wants an “independent voice”.

    Labour MPs last week used their majority on Parliament’s Justice Select Committee to block a request for a briefing from Police Commissioner Andrew Coster, sparking backlash from the National Party.

    But Ardern said on Monday it was more appropriate for the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) to investigate the response to the 23-day protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates that ended in a violent standoff with police earlier this month.

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  22. I like the whaka whatevertheyares new tv ad, with the roadworkers making love to the armco barrier, lying down over it, when one gives the armco a kick and the team all get sore nuts through the echo in the steel work!

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  23. We must record why Australians got vaccinated
    Clare Pain

    The most frequent main reason for having the jab was ‘to keep my job’, with more than half of respondents (58.3 per cent) picking this response.

    The second-most common reason selected was ‘to allow me to enter my place of work’, cited as the principal reason for vaccination by 6.2 per cent of respondents.

    A Covid related reason popped up as number three, selected by only 4.8 per cent of people: ‘I felt it was important to reduce the spread of Covid in the community.’

    Nearly three-quarters of these people who had been vaccinated – almost 2,500 Australians – said they ‘felt extremely pressured to have a Covid vaccination’.

    https://www.spectator.com.au/2022/03/we-must-record-why-australians-got-vaccinated/

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    • Interesting that 650,000 didn’t vote.
      That raises many questions and personally I think those people are letting us down.
      Democracy is so important and these people don’t realise how bloody lucky they are living in this country.It’s there duty to vote.

      May be the last year will be enough to motivate half of these people to get off their arse and vote.

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