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  1. And a good morning to you too Lizzie.

    Shame about the rain – NIWA could have declared a drought, but as it’s only going to be ‘wet’ for a few hours so I’m sure (‘Sturdy Kiwi’s’ that we are), we’ll cope.

    The rain notwithstanding, may you too have a great day and, as usual, DLTBGYD.

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  2. I see there was a discussion last night about central bank digital currency , Is the govt department pushing their version e invoicing (mbie i think) gearing up to take over your business income and just provide you with an after tax income .

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  3. Here is the seventh and final batch:

    1. You have enough clothes.
    1. You have too many shoes.
    1. Foreign films are best left to foreigners. (Unless it’s Bruce Lee or some war flick where it doesn’t really matter what the hell they’re saying anyway.)
    1. It is neither in your best interest nor ours to take the quiz together. No, it doesn’t matter which quiz.
    1. BEER is as exciting for us as handbags are for you.
    1. I’m in shape. ROUND is a shape.

    Thank you for reading these; Yes, I know, I have to sleep on the couch tonight, but did you know we really don’t mind that, it’s like camping.

    Have been very surprised that these suggested Rules – all equally important so all numbered #1 – have not resulted in any comment from our lovely lady members of this forum. Perhaps they have been secretly meeting forming a number of their own suggested Rules -we shall wait and see.

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  4. From the Herald. “A 13-year-old schoolgirl is traumatised after a group of up to 20 children attacked her as she waited for her bus at an Auckland bus station. … “She was crying as she told me, ‘You know, mum, the worst thing is that nobody stepped in to help’.”

    What are you going to say to the police when they arrest you for touching a child (even if you are trying to help). You had better have a buddy as a witness or record the event on video. If you are alone and one of the attacking children lays a complaint (and is backed up by their mates) what are you going to do?

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  5. After my husband and I had a huge argument, we ended up not talking to each other for days.
    Finally, on the third day, as he was frantically looking for a clean shirt, he asked where they were.
    “Oh,” I said, “So now you’re speaking to me.”
    He looked confused and asked, “What are you talking about?”
    “Haven’t you noticed I haven’t spoken to you for three days?” I challenged.
    “No,” he said, “I just thought we were getting along.”

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    • The current NZ law, at least in the case of marijuana, owes its existence to a scare about the effects of hashish on a group of Egyptians back in the 1920′s. As is the wont of governmental control freaks everywhere, when laws regarding use of opiates were altered or introduced the opportunity was taken to slip marijuana use in under the radar. The legislation was the NZ Dangerous Drugs Bill of 1927 passed to ratify the 1925 Geneva Convention on Traffic in Opium and Other Drugs.

      Worth noting is that the Geneva initiative did not require individual nations to make possession or use an imprisonable offence….this came about because it was tacked on to a bill regulating sale & use of opiates.

      ….”For more than thirty years the cannabis prohibitions remained unchanged
      and apparently unenforced: throughout that period there seem to have been no
      reported cannabis offences2o and use of the drug was virtually unknown.”…..

      Ref: http://www.austlii.edu.au/nz/journals/OtaLawRw/2001/3.pdf

      In the 60′s as a response to US Government hysteria, (anecdotally linked to a desire by the authorities for a club to bash the Bohemians, forerunners of the hippies) control was toughened to include the growing of Indian Hemp, an activity not previously banned.

      Subsequent legislation, too long winded for a comment on this forum, cemented the criminalisation of marijuana with far more emotion & prejudice to the fore than thought or justification.

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    • Food for thought it may be but the same people who three years ago wanted to kill me with Pfizer’s poison are now pleading for understanding. It’s the humble opinion of your correspondent that faced with a similar set of circumstances the same gullible idiots would act the same way again if directed to do so by a personable psychopath like the Mad Queen. They are sheep but dangerous sheep.

      …..”Here is what I think. People have lost the ability to distinguish between a bad argument and the person promoting that argument.”……

      The walking wounded who were forced to take the jab may struggle to discern the difference.

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      • I can understand how people with young families who were the bread winner for said family were forced to take the jab, to pay the mortgage and put food on the table, and I myself could well have taken it were I in the same position who knows and no money coming in, but for the thousands who took it because Jacinda and dr what’s his name is said, well I have no sympathy for you and yep they wanted to kill us all. So they can all just fuck off People were jealous of us ‘stand out people’ who refused to be sheep and did not believe the hype coming from those bastards. .

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  6. “Public sector cuts: Voluntary redundancy scheme put in place at Stats NZ”

    I wonder if they’ve worked out the % who’ll take it. Maybe those attendance records fall outside 1.5 standard deviations from the mean.

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  7. Columbia Protestors demands;
    “We need;
    Helmets.
    Gasmasks.
    Gloves.
    Heaters.
    Tents.
    Wood for the barricades.
    Medical Supplies.
    Organic Vegan Gluten free food.
    Water.”

    NYPD: “Best we can do is a Flashbang and a baton in the kidneys”.

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  8. At the WEF convention, Humaidan let the cat out of the bag regarding how he and his central banker friends leveraged COVID terror to induce more compliance with the CBDC agenda by fearmongering about transmission of the virus via cash:
    “I think the transition to fully digital is not going to be a stretch, people are used to it, people are engaged in it, and circumstances that help is adoption rates increased because of Covid.
    This is where contactless [payment systems] started to become something of a necessity, something of a safety, something of a requirement, and because of that there is very little resistance, trust is already there…”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2024-05-01/central-banker-wef-covid-terror-facilitated-globalist-war-cash

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    • I just saw a vaxxed friend (we don’t talk about that) and I mentioned cbdc’s becoming a reality. She’d obviously not heard the term and stated cash being replaced was just another conspiracy.

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        • We’ve known each other for decades but since I refused the jab I can feel the intolerance… She thinks hubby and I are now nutters so we are prone to conspiracies. // The first noticeable disagreement was her TDS. 🙂

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          • I too know people like that. I’m always happy to welcome them & I’m equally happy to bid farewell when they leave as though they may be genuine & good sorts they’re boring company.

            Generally they were very left in their youth & without changing their opinions an iota in over half a century they now find themselves firmly ensconced as conservatives of the right. To them nothing changes except the seasons.

            Now that the world has turned upside down they have no capacity for change of thought & in any case nothing valid to weigh current events against.

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  9. Muriel Newman’s posting this week is a beauty. She lays out the whole extortion racket that is rapidly going on. Perhaps New Zealand should be renamed Chamberlain to reflect Neville.

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/muriel-newman-mana-or-money?postId=fa98b70b-8806-46f9-9434-392f30b44efe&utm_campaign=10672143-7720-4a20-8501-19c346b39c9d&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=714d510c-9a27-4ce8-a662-cf9cdf39f471&cid=6eee99aa-e702-458d-895b-09e973f36347

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