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  1. Maybe I am wrong, but I do not think the liebour party women/men/something are not at all interested in portraying New Zealand as a fashion icon. The chin tattoo is a starter, I am surprised dear leader has not had one done. That is enough to put anyone off for a start. I do not mind tattoos but not on the neck or face. My older grandchildren all have them and it doesn’t concern me at all, but if they were on their faces or necks I’d have a conniption fit. Mahooterpotomous is a very large person and it wouldn’t be easy to get more appropriate clothing for her. Though there are shops for the very large that have clothes, but maybe they closed down due to the cof…..

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    • Yea i draw the line at face tattoos, that was one solid rule i had for wifey as she is quite heavily tattoed, plus she had to get design drawn up several weeks before so she knew she loved it and not just go get a random shitter tatt.

      For what its worth my maori mates missus got here chin tatt done mid last year, when he told me she was getting it he was a bit bummed about it and i thought omg its going to be shit.
      I must say it actually suited her and looked pretty good which suprised me as ive only ever seen a small handfull of maori face tatts that i dont cringe at.
      She was quite a shy chick and i tell ya what she is a confident lion now because of it.

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    • Judith Collins doesn’t have the best frame for hanging clothes on. But you couldn’t fault her grooming. Always turned out immaculate (perhaps a little too much eye makeup.) polished nails, hair groomed and lovely accessories.

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        • yes I have a friend who overdoes leopard skin. One of my sayings. A little Leopard is classy. Too much ‘Brassy’. I think it must be in your upbringing. Some people have no idea how to put things together. I can remember as a kid. Sunday night we had to polish our shoes and make sure our uniform was ready and clean for Monday. I notice other peoples shoes hands and feet. Some people don’t exfoliate their heels!

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        • Yep Sooty. even a pair of gumboots would have looked better if she is incapable of wobbling around on high heels.

          Pity we don’t have Fred Dagg still in out midst. He would have clearly explained it all to us. Billy T James would have done a good job of explaining it too! (Oh for the good ole days).

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  2. Ffs
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/business/green-business/129119156/the-future-price-of-bank-loans-will-depend-on-borrowers-green-credentials

    Why restrict it to business? Cmon bnz go woke go broke, apply those rules to all borrowers, housing, cars, household goods whatever the loan is used for.
    Hell go one step furthervand refuse to allow any banking services of business and private accounts that arent green. Prove its not just dumb virtue signalling 🙂

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  3. Bahahahahahaaahaha…………..the skinny mule shoved
    to the back for the photo. I hope that really pissed her off.
    As for the blob Mahuta, looks like she found an old potato sack,
    and climbed in to it, Either that, or she went Op shopping with the creature.

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  4. Thank fark we homeschool now, the gendered gay shit us about to get rammed down their throat. Probably a year or 2 off the groomer teachers being mandatory too.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/bay-of-plenty/300625259/government-investigation-into-antiqueer-discrimination-at-schools-a-top-priority

    A mental patient that attended the school packed a sad and tried to kill themselves because the school wouldnt pander to them and use the correct pronouns or allowed them to wear the incorrect uniforn.
    A lil advice for the school… maybe supply razor blades or a pretied noose so these incurable gender retards get the job done properly.

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      • The stats show that lgbt folk rank very high in the suicide stats so pushing this shit on kids and confusing young minds is essentially encouraging suicide.

        These ppl belong in an asylum but in a woke world it will never happen, the next best thing is to encourage them to purge themselves from this world before they infect more young minds.

        I understand your circumstances Bon and sorry for any offence but our school should be saving the lives of most of those kids not pandering to one or 2 minced students.

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    • A word of sanity from the insane world.

      Kitty Dermure :—
      Some of you are confused as to why I am sharing this.
      It’s an important rebuttal to send to the side that is actually taking their kids to these events.
      Obviously WE don’t need to hear this, but THEY do.
      So save this video, it’s going to come in handy.

      https://twitter.com/FiveTimesAugust/status/1537652500114849793
      2 mins 19 secs.

      This drag queen outs what goes on, and it is not to suitable for children!

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    • It is my conviction that most of this queer shit is a fad. The genuine homos and gender-benders are out there, but they are very rare. The rest have jumped on the bandwagon. Think about it. It’s always the same people. The lost, the insecure, the needy, and the weak-minded. In the 60s they turned on, tuned in and dropped out. In the 70s they put on spiked collars and became punks. In the 80s they teased out their hair, dressed in black, and became goths. In the 90s we saw the rise of the emos. These days they identify as queer. The difference now is the social climate which enables and encourages this behaviour. Nobody thinks about the vast damage being done. Imagine these people in a few years time. It’ll be like reaching middle age with a bunch of tattoos that you are now ashamed and embarrassed of, but far worse, because you can’t get your old genitals back.

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    • You wonder how the freak show will react when the Supreme Court overturns gay marriage rights. Will the sodomites retreat into their dark brown holes and leave the kids alone? The school stuff is pedophilia. Time will reveal them.

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    • Of course he was jabbed Curious. ( he probably had to get it so he could play rugby)

      Having said I feel sorry for the Conor. I would not wish GBS on my worst enemy. As I have mentioned a couple of times my wife had it (3.5 years ago). It is horrible and she still suffers a few side effects from it.

      I hope Conor recovers well from it, but it will not surprise me if he struggles to play sport again.

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  5. From YSB Have Your Say this week:

    nasska June 28, 2022 At 12:17 pm
    NZ landlords are out of control. In the latest instance a tenant is evicted on the spot after having his shoulder broken, the electricity disconnected & the bond not being lodged as required.
    8 downticks (Note to self. Must try not to upset these good people providing a needed service out of the goodness of their hearts)

    nasska June 29, 2022 At 3:12 pm
    As I noted yesterday the property shysters are running amok Kea. Illegal evictions, assault with grievous bodily harm, water cut off, electricity disconnected & now some poor woman with her children targeted.
    9 downticks. (Note to self. Tone it down nasska. They’re just a little sensitive & not used to criticism)

    But in yet another article from Stuff:

    …….”A landlord has been ordered to make urgent repairs after the roof came off his rental in strong winds.
    The Tenancy Tribunal heard the roof of the house, in West Auckland’s New Lynn, peeled away following a storm in February and would “bang and flap”. “…… AND

    ……”Meanwhile, the house had already been infested with rats. Tenant Alyssa Heron told Stuff rats had set up residence in the walls, the bathtub and even the oven.”…….

    Dear God! Revealing this has to be worth 40 downticks at a minimum! Com’on landlord lovers…….tell us how you really feel about whining undeserving tenants. Submit your recipes for roasted vermin for renters. Extra points will be awarded for explaining how a scum landlord should be able to regard providing a fucking roof as a discretionary option.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/homed/renting/129045409/auckland-landlord-ordered-to-make-urgent-repairs-after-roof-came-off-ratinfested-home

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  6. The Covid-19 Public Health Response Act was extended for a further 6 months last night. National and Act both opposed however if you have any doubts about National not being Labour-lite, read Shane Reti’s speech to the motion.
    https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/hansard-debates/rhr/combined/HansDeb_20220628_20220628_36?fbclid=IwAR13aH_GqhzUAL4qM9DSeSA_RXbD0zpEk7QOnPqwgbt-UhDANMWjRuVQmSo

    Seymour,,,”What else does this COVID-19 Public Health Response Act allow? Mandates for medical professionals. Well, we have a crisis in our hospitals, we have a crisis in midwifery, and we have hundreds of nurses and midwives who cannot operate because they are not vaccinated. Now, personally, I think most of them are nuts.”

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  7. A concerned friend sent me this steaming pile of faeces last night:

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/wellbeing/300624657/what-is-heteropessimism-and-why-do-men-and-women-suffer-from-it

    If you dare click the link, friends, you will read a strenuous attempt to paint heterosexuality as an abnormal condition. Apparently it’s the queers who are the enlightened people with all the answers.

    There is a parallel in the way in which Western culture and achievement is presently being denigrated and dismantled, and it’s the native savages who can show us all the way with their superior technology, science, culture and knowledge.

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  8. A French policeman stopped an Englishman’s car and asks if he has been drinking.
    With great difficulty ( being totally as pissed as a fart ), the Englishman admits that he has been drinking all day, that his daughter got married that morning, and that he drank champagne and a few bottles of wine at the reception, and many single malts scotches thereafter.
    Quite upset, the policeman proceeds to alcohol-test (breath test) the Englishman and verifies that he is indeed totally sloshed out of his head.
    He asks the Englishman if he knows why, under French Law, he is going to be arrested.
    The Englishman answers with a bit of humour.
    “No sir, I do not! But while we’re asking questions, do you realize that this is a British car and that my wife is driving on the other side?”

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  9. Getting back to the pics and thread at the start of this.
    It appears part of the MSM millions was to encourage NZ TV presenters to all join the “Dowdy Club”!
    No arse or class
    Don’t really care because don’t watch often anyway

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  10. Seems Robberson is still deputy at present. Actually showing some self awareness in this quote.
    ““Still Acting PM while I am compos mentis (some would say that is questionable at best of times!) but grateful to colleagues for stepping in for House and meetings today,” Robertson said.”

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  11. Just when I was thinking how pleasant it has been to see neither hide nor hair of Siouxsie Wiles for a while, or her partner-in-stupidity Sean Hendy, it seems that Michael Baker has stepped in to fill the vacuum. What a fearful man he is.

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  12. FFS.

    New Zealand has declared the American far-right group the Proud Boys as a terrorist entity.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/06/30/nz-names-proud-boys-as-terrorist-entity/

    Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said in the notice that it would mean anyone who “deals with the property of, or makes property or financial or related services available to” the two organisations might be liable for prosecution under the Terrorism Suppression Act.

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    • Abortion was the furnace that fed the Moloch worshipping left/right. Once the left/right could identify you as a fetus, you lose your rights and can be murdered legally. They are going to ramp up their campaigns of cancelling and authoritarian clamp downs on opinions, to get the power back. The Trojan horse of Hate speech it’ll be called, probably.

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    • 50.1% of people elected to go with totalitarian Pfizer rule under comrade Cindy, it’s not really a surprise. The American govt is effectively being used as an international mob of miscreants, exporting their tech like a mad Mugabe. Labour are utterly revealed as tyrants.

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    • Having listened to the waffle on that recording, I think no-one knew about the sound cannons because the Police kept the knowledge secret, and even now, months after the protest, Mark Mitchell still doesn’t know because he hadn’t the sense to ask about them.
      Do you ever get the impression that 120 people in Wellington are just sitting idly by hoping no-one asks them to do anything between paydays?

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    • Very disappointed in Mark Mitchell I thought he was a decent sort but seems he has joined the woke fairy fuckers. His attitude toward the protesters verses the police is dreadful. The national party is labour not very light I think they seem to be full of it. I think they will continue on in the same vein. Fuck David Seymour as well, if he meant the non jabbed, if he meant the parliamentarians that is OK. I have a feeling he is all for the woke as well. Thank Goodness I am an older person so I won’t have to live this life of communism for too long, I hate to think I would have another 30 to 40 years of it..

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  13. It looks like Obama (Biden’s puppet master) and NATO (and by extension Ardern with her donations to Ukraine etc.) want a war against Russian. Here is video and photographic evidence of the Ukrainians destroying grain silos and the grain they hold. They will blame it on Putin to provoke a war.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/06/29/turkey-drops-opposition-to-sweden-and-finland-joining-nato-biden-approves-f-16-sales-to-turkey/#more-234631

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  14. 🚨🚨🚨🚨BREAKING – rental market in collapse 🚨🚨🚨🚨

    🔥🏠🔥 Number of rental properties advertised on Trade Me Property hit all-time high in May

    A rise in the number of homes being advertised for rent while interest from prospective tenants is declining, especially in Auckland, Wellington and Marlborough, has lead to a significant turnaround in the rental property market.

    The national median asking rent for all the properties advertised on Trade Me Property declined slightly in May 🔥🏠🔥

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/116565/number-rental-properties-advertised-trade-me-property-hit-all-time-high-may

    Nurse 😂

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  15. For labour to give Paul Eagle six months leave of absence from parliament to contest the Wellington elections is admitting that he’s got tits for hands and they want him gone from parliament, to bring in some better, we hope!
    Wellington council must be the labour “B” Team made up of never was, wanna be’s, never be’s!

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    • Sooty, I notice this Labour indoctrinated weasel Eagle, will still be on full pay while he is campaigning for the position of Mayor of Wellington.

      He claims he will give what he is paid by you the Taxpayer as an MP to charity while he is campaigning.

      If the prick had any balls and was convinced he would gain the Mayors position he would just resign and back himself. But he won’t, just another weak Labour troughing weasel, who if he looses will just go back to his Taxpayer funded job.

      I have nothing but contempt for him and his ilk.

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  16. NZ is still at orange covid setting! You expected different, never on your nelly!
    Queen Bitch is overseas, so she can’t bask in the glory of changing the colours,
    When they have all done that already, ever where she’s been, have you noted that she doesn’t wear a mask!
    But you watch as soon as she’s back, off with your masks peasants! FJA

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  17. Re Curious’s 8.27 am link to the boy with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/129099113/sportloving-teens-body-shut-down-by-rare-autoimmune-disease) the Stuffed ‘journalist’ gets hold of a Neurologist to tell us “The causes were “a little obscure” but often involved a phenomenon known as molecular mimicry, where a molecule of an invading organism sufficiently resembles one in the body and the neurological response directed against the invading molecule attacks the host.”

    You would think the ‘journalist’ would be thinking, “shit, that sounds a hellava like what the mRNA inoculation does” and enquired a bit more……”Research published in Virology demonstrates that there are molecular mimicry hot spots in the Spike protein that could potentially generate autoantibodies that cross-react with human proteins.

    An autoantibody is an antibody produced by the immune system that is directed against one or more of the individual’s own proteins. In this case, the Spike protein introduced by the vaccine would presumably elicit antibodies that also react with human proteins, thereby causing autoimmune related health disorders.

    This research was performed using computer modeling (in silico), but the researchers used several strict criteria and filtering to generate results with high confidence. The predicted protein sequences also correlate with known side effects of the vaccine, giving more credence to the mechanism and predictions.”

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    • Thanks Toko. Given GBS is extremely rare especially in young people but is a quite common adverse event from the jab, you would think that the question would arise. As I said maybe this kid is one of those rare cases promoted by Stuffed as a smokescreen but I doubt it. We certainly won’t get the truth out of MSm.

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  18. FFS!

    Govt to provide masks for students, funding for ventilation

    There are 50 child-sized masks available to every Year 4 to 7 student in the country from now until the end of the year, the Government has announced.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/06/30/govt-to-provide-masks-for-students-funding-for-ventilation/

    She said the Ministry of Education could supply 10 million special child-sized masks and planned to have them ready to send to schools and kura at the start of Term 3.

    That’s in addition to adult-sized masks that were offered to all students from Year 8 and up, she said.

    “Around 20,000-30,000 masks are already being distributed to students and staff every week across the country.”

    Schools would also be given extra funding to help with ventilation over winter.

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  19. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/06/healthcare-workers-savage-health-minister-andrew-little-s-claim-hospital-demand-is-dissipating.html
    Burnt-out healthcare workers are furious after Andrew Little said hospital demand is already “dissipating”.

    But his comments have caused outrage among healthcare workers who say demand is still out of control and there are no signs it will get better.

    “To hear him say that these situations are dissipating is an absolute lie. I work in a hospital in Auckland – it is rammed,” they said.

    “Corridors are full, wait times are crazy, elective operating lists have been cancelled because of bed shortages. Staff shortages are an issue, but so is the simple fact that our health system is way under-resourced and nothing changed in the two years the borders were closed and the Government was preparing for the health system to have increased capacity.”

    A worker at Middlemore, who wanted to remain anonymous, told AM the hospital is at “breaking point”.

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  20. Mrs stupid has just come out of minor surgery, awsome care and well looked after in there. Seen the specialist and then the op was booked a few days later… pays to go private, zero hassles and next to no waiting, nz does not have a healthcare crisis as such but instead we have a public healthcare crisis. Was nearly a 6month wait to go public surgery and it was the exact same surgeon anyways. Well worth the $500 excess for our insurance, i pity those that have to rely on the state for anythiny

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  21. I’m getting annoyed at the number of media articles claiming to highlight the cost of living crisis by stating it’s up 6% odd.

    That is controlled opposition by Party activists in the media. Prices are clearly up well above that on basic food items. It’s fake news. The real decline in this country is massive and is reaching a critical tipping point.

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    • Diesel is up 200% ffs same with petrol i guess?

      About the only thing i havent notice go through the roof is our electricity bill. Everything else is raping us.

      Transport/trucking is horrific, what was costing us 6k this time last year is now 11.5k. Grain was 380 this time last year now its 600+ freights doubled. Fert horrific, plastic/balewrap up 40%, parts are also watering.
      Thats all just to feed a few dairy cows and fatten beef so its no wonder meat and dairy is almost out of reach for many people.
      All productive sectors will have the same pressures and price hikes, the end user foots the bill.

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  22. I visited the local Mitre10 this afternoon and the first thing I noticed was 3 staff members (2 young girls and a middle aged woman) who were not wearing masks. I asked them if there employer was no longer requiring it and they told me that they were now accepting exemptions. Progress?

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      • So do I Bon but I have seen very few shop workers not wearing them. One in Bunnings a couple of months ago, one in an outdoors shop also months ago. Mrs C has reported one in Spotlight. So to see 3 particuarly young ones in one shop gives a little hope.

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    • Most mask nazi businesses in town have given up, boycotts and massive loss of customers swayed to change their mind a couple months ago and the bottle store were very well known nazis but last weekend i went there and the had a massive sign out front “no mask no service”… there were 2 older chaps in there maskless, lady at counter maskless. Only the most retarded in society are still wearing masks.

      As mentioned in earlier post wifey just had minor surgery, she was mask free in the hospital and zero fucks given by any of the nurses etc.

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      • I appear to be the only unmasked in town. Went into Dunedin yesterday on the bus. Wore a mask with my nose poking out on way in. Meet friends for lunch. They wore masks into the cafe as did everyone else apart from me. I did all my shopping in store massless. No one commented. I haven’t got an exemption. Did look into it but was put off as you had to put all your details in. Not sure where they go. Dunedin was depressing 99% population walking down the street with masks on. No wonder we are red! I chatted to a couple of ladies who were like me. One of them was from Poland. She smelt a rat right from the start. Seems that anyone who comes from a communist country is wide awake. Left the mask off coming home.

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    • Been a bit of verbal argy bargy from some so word as gone out from the retailers body to ignore those who aren’t wearing masks. It’s a NZ standoff – if you don’t like what they do ignore the other person.

      FJA

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    • Random question. I purchased a Kia Seltos in 2019. Last week it hiccuped and it is getting a new motor. Came with a 5 year warranty. The new motor has a 12 month warranty ( will be 2 years assume with the original warranty being 5 yrs). I had only done 12thousand in it. I would prefer to have the full 5 year warranty, as what if it happens again. Googled and there has been issues with the motor. Any legal brains amongst us who can advise?
      Looking back I would never buy a new model of washing machine or dishwasher until the bugs were ironed out. Never considered it at the time.

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        • I will take Japanese engineering over Italian style any day of the week. Japanese motorcycles may not be as stylish as their Italian counterparts, but all will be forgiven as soon as you need to work on one.

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          • The good oil in the cocky set was “Toyota utes, Stihl chainsaws & Honda quads.”

            If Toyota don’t get their shit together on their common rail diesel injectors that may change but overall it’s still good advice.

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            • Honda quads went to shit a decade ago (so did hilux i guess), dunno if theyve sorted it or not but ive never owned one since.
              The older honda 420s were the last decent bike they made then they started using shit metal and theyd fall to bits, they never mastered an auto trans either.

              Suzuki all the way now, absolute bombproof and save a few grand not paying for a stupid honda badge

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                • The three wheelers were death traps. Few people ever adapted to leaning in the opposite direction to break ground traction on the inside wheel when turning.

                  And IAASB has a point over Suzuki/Honda as they compare currently. Suzuki wrecked their only soso reputation in the 1990s when they introduced their 300 Quadrunner. Had all the bells & whistles, was incredibly comfortable but was about as reliable as a ten o’clock shit. Hondas on NI sheep/beef units would do 50,000 Km with only normal maintenance.

                  I stepped off the reservation once & bought a 350 Yamaha Big Bear. Lasted well enough.

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                  • Yup agree. I used mine on the beach, they were fantastic for sideways travel and non stop wheelies. If for whatever reason you stuck your leg out when turning the rear tires would grab ya and ride up ya..seen some nasty rubber tattoos on mates appendages. In a straight line they were rocket ships. From memory it was a 1983 model. Had a TRX350 also..much more forgiving.

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                • I remember my first blat on a 3 wheeler… got airbourne and when i landed irolled the bastard and munted myself real good. Was 9 or 10yrs old, i managed to tip it back over but too lil to pull start it and it was a loooong tearfull limp back to where my father and his mate were parked.

                  Theres a good selection of them at work up on the pallet racks, couple of 50cc and 250 or 300 3wheelers all mint condition too. At work they collect alot of old skool stuff and restore them, nasska when did you start farming? Theyve got farmall cubs, old crawlers and allsorts of other old tractors and machinery fully restored, theyre probs a bit before your time?

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                  • I gave up driving about 1987 & about a year later joined a forestry development as a partner. That’s when I got my first 2nd hand HiLux & spent the next four years bashing tracks & rolling with a Cat D7. We had an old army 4WD S Bedford to spread metal & a Poclain rubber tyred digger.

                    Bought our property mid 1992. Stuck with Honda quads except for one Yamaha, first new HiLux in 1995 then a 2005 Land Cruiser until I upgraded to a 2017 when I retired.

                    Early on we made the decision to use contractors for ploughing & drilling. It was either that or staff & I’m not into the hassle that brings. Tractors were modest. A Ford 4000 then a small John Deere.

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            • Yes in hindsight you are right. Our main vehicle is a Prado which is lovely to drive. I had a rep car for years Mazda. I looked seriously at the Mazda3 but decided I didn’t want to put so much money into a car. I liked the grunt of the Sportsge but not the look. I thought Kia had a good reputation. The seltos is slightly smaller but the same size motor. (Being a rep I’m not very tolerant of dreamy drivers).

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              • Pinky you got a dud. But I’d say buy a Toyota when ever possible.

                As for the warranty, you still have 5 years , but not from the new engine installation. Regardless of manufacturers warranties- the goods must last a reasonable period of time. Reasonable is determined by the circumstances.

                Don’t worry about it and happy driving.

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  23. Umm? Are they at least going to have protest signs?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/06/convoy-protesters-plan-to-stand-up-to-high-fuel-prices-by-filling-up-their-cars-and-driving-around-new-zealand.html
    Convoy protesters have planned to stand up to the soaring fuel prices by filling up their cars and driving around New Zealand this weekend.

    A poster circulating on social media reads: “Enough is enough. We deserve better.”
    “Start your engines get ready to roll!” it continues.

    People on social media have noticed the irony of the posts pointing out that the protest against fuel prices involves buying a lot of fuel.

    “Protesting rising fuel prices by driving is possibly the silliest thing I’ve heard,” one person said.

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  24. Moderna Vaccine Increases Myocarditis Risk by 44 Times in Young Adults: Peer-Reviewed Study
    The risk was 13 times higher with Pfizer vaccination
    By Enrico Trigoso
    June 28, 2022 Updated: June 28, 2022
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    A French peer-reviewed study concluded that for both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, the risk of myocarditis skyrockets a week after vaccination.

    The risk of myocarditis after mRNA vaccination was 8 times and 30 times greater than unvaccinated control groups for BNT162b2 (Pfizer-BioNTech) and mRNA-1273 (Moderna), respectively.

    The largest association for myocarditis following the Moderna jab was 44 times higher risk for persons aged 18 to 24 years.
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    https://www.theepochtimes.com/moderna-vaccine-increases-myocarditis-risk-by-44-times-in-young-adults-peer-reviewed-study_4561018.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-06-29-one&utm_medium=email&est=tTSUK4Dg3XwFeE5tW5lJl%2BosnLsD6nV3kZHJRJ%2Fcw%2BBT85WvaliFD8h2ktBbJF8%3D

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  25. Motorists caught up in an alleged illegal “burnout” on State Highway 36 say the experience was a traumatic one for them.

    “We were too frightened to get out of our car. There was a lot of alcohol, a lot of people sitting on the road, sitting on utes parked on the road,” says a driver caught up in the incident on Saturday night.

    “Cars were parked four abreast across the road with the occupants walking the rest of the way to the burnout. We couldn’t turn our car around to get out,” says a driver of one family who found themselves with their young child stuck in the traffic block from 10.30pm on Saturday, June 25, to 2.30am on Sunday, June 26.

    “There was no cell phone coverage so we couldn’t call police. No one came to help us. No one cleared the road.

    “If an ambulance or fire engine needed to get through, there’s no way they could have even got there. What if they’d been a fire?”

    The family’s experience started after 10pm on Saturday, June 26, while they were travelling home from Tauranga towards Rotorua on SH36.

    “We found we were in a convoy from Pyes Pa. Cars kept passing us and traffic slowed right down. And then about five to eight kilometres before TECT Park, we slowed down to a crawl and thought it must be an accident ahead,” says the family spokesperson.

    “We could smell the smoke from Taumata Road. Then everyone started pulling over and getting out of their cars as if there was something happening at TECT Park, as if there was an event.

    “They just parked in the middle of the road, left their cars and started walking. By then we got stuck and couldn’t reverse or go sideways.”

    The family say a whole line of traffic was held up for at least four-hours.

    “There would have been 300 – 400 boy racer cars with four to five people in each car, so more than 1000 people. They had a massive burnout at TECT Park entrance completely blocking the highway.

    The motorist tried contacting police, but was unable to because there was no cell phone coverage in the area.

    “My concern is that everyone was calling police but none of us could get in contact at all with them.

    “There were mums, there were families, people trying to get to work. We were all stuck. It was so frightening because we became trapped with no way to turn around, and couldn’t get help or contact police.

    “The lady in the car behind us managed to get reception, she managed to get through to her husband, who called police. But no police came, no one cleared the road.”

    The motorist says even if police had come, officers would have had to walk from their vehicles to reach the TECT Park entrance.

    “What if someone had had a heart attack? If an ambulance or fire engine needed to get through from Tauranga to Rotorua there’s no way they could have.

    “There were hundreds and hundreds of teenagers, walking up the road. Police would not have been able to get a patrol car through and would have had to walk, and that’s scary.”

    The motorist says they could see smoke and fire in the distance from the wheel burnouts.

    “They were having a massive party in the middle of State Highway 36 and watching the massive burnouts. You could see fire coming off their wheels. The smoke was unbelievable.

    “My concern is that there could have been a huge fire. I just couldn’t believe that no one came. There was a lot of people and a lot of alcohol and they were not intending to move.”

    She says there were teenagers jumping off the back of trucks, jumping into bushes, walking along the middle of the highway.

    “If it was my teenager, I would not have wanted them out that night. I don’t know how they didn’t get killed, not to mention the stupid behaviour. It was very unsafe and very frightening being trapped, not being able to go back, reverse, sideway or go forward. All the people weren’t being awful but we were definitely outnumbered. It wouldn’t have taken much to get them fired up,” says the motorist.

    “I got out and spoke to a lady behind me and she was so frightened. She was from Auckland. She said “no one is coming, not a soul”. I said “if we can get out of here you follow us”. But we couldn’t get through. I had no reception.

    The motorist says they managed to get out finally as people were leaving after 2am with lots of cars reversing back.

    “There was a huge mass of people. The young kids coming back from the burnouts afterwards were watching videos on their phones. When we were able to leave, there were eight drag or drift cars up on trailers being towed back to Tauranga. The burnout cars were stacked on the trailers and in a convoy.”

    “We managed at 2.30am to get a side space, did an eight point turn and came home via Mangatoi Road and Te Matai Road back to Kaharoa.”

    SunLive contacted NZ Police on Sunday June 26 about the incident.

    “[We] Will check in with local staff and get back to you,” says a police spokesperson.

    A Western Bay of Plenty District Council spokesperson says no phone call(s) were made to Council on Saturday, June 25.

    “A similar situation has happened in the past and police advised staff not to communicate or interact with the participants, more for staff’s own safety.”

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  26. O-sen….
    Spookey…I was just thinking about you when you suddenly turned up….

    My son got a blue fin tuna yesterday and I was just about to slice some up for shizumi to have with my evening beer.

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    • Bluefin tuna sashimi (slices of raw fish with no rice) is wonderful.

      I recommend Japanese soy sauce (the soy sauce made in Japan; not the Kikkoman soy sauce manufactured in Singapore). The readily available Japanese soy sauce in New Zealand (Auckland) is the Yamasa brand. It is produced in Chiba Prefecture and imported.
      You can buy it from JapanMart in Auckland. Ref: https://www.yamasa.com/english/products/retail/soy-sauce-retail/regular-soy-sauce-retail/

      S&B wasabi paste in a tube is also good (don’t use too much).

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      • I used to make all that stuff. People loved it. But the more I read up on it the more unworthy I felt my attempts were. So I gave up in disgust with myself.

        I have enjoyed a pro doing it at a sushi bar as I rip in to warm saki. One time my date collapsed in a drunken heap on the floor as she attempted to get up as we left. That warm saki sorts folk out.

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          • O-sen..
            Here In the Toko Prefecture we only have one small supermarket and the Wasabi I grabbed tonight from it came in a small green tube…can’t make out a name on it. The soy sauce certainly is not Japanese and probably the cheapest brand available here…anyway it all tasted good and I wish that you lived closer to share some with you (BF that is not the soy)

            For years I have been trying to get the Good Lady to eat ‘raw fish’….you know the fish cooked in lime/lemon juice. She would not have a bar of it. She has really taken to sashimi though which has amazed me.

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  27. THE SERIOUS CHALLENGES FACING LOCAL GOVERNMENT

    An address to the Omokoroa Residents & Ratepayers Association AGM

    29 June 2022

    Ladies and gentlemen,

    There are a great many serious challenges facing New Zealand at the present time but most of them – like our falling literacy rates, like the prospect of a very serious increase in government debt over the next few decades as a result of the ageing of our population and the failure of either National-led or Labour-led Governments to do anything about it, like our depressingly slow rate of productivity growth compared with other countries, like our shocking levels of welfare dependency – lie well outside the scope of local government, and should remain outside that scope. These are problems which only central government can effectively deal with.

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/the-serious-challenges-facing-local-government?postId=6e044315-14ed-4c91-a789-9d60b456b308&utm_campaign=3923881f-dcc5-46cd-bef2-c03110a8c6c4&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=86a0ab23-eb7b-44c3-adef-84880acd0a5b&cid=0e30c3c6-5fa5-4aad-8fbb-f511907bcec4

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    • One can postulate, and reflect on matters.
      with an agreeable 12 year old single malt Scotch whisky,
      when one has been a banker / politician who has never
      had to work a single day in one’s life.
      Brash is a eunuch.
      G’night folks.

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      • Brash appears to miss the fact that house prices have followed the same path throughout the western world.
        When the same problems exist in Australia and the USA where there are vast amounts of land then surely one has to look beyond Local Government?
        Money printing has been a huge factor in rising house prices along with immigration.
        Opening up our best land for development will not solve the problem and Brash as Bon points out , does not make the connection .
        Our wealth is in our land , not population growth.

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        • So you are saying that our land is worth a lot supposedly because we can grow stuff on it. Fair enough but two things,
          1 We grow lots of stuff which needs further processing and a market. That’s the business
          2. You need people to do that and having those people they need housing , roads , hospitals, harbours, water, electricity, you get my drift.

          You simply can’t have one without the other unless you find a way of improving the productivity that goes into that land and the produce and the ongoing processes involve in getting that stuff to a consumer somewhere in the world.

          Actually we could possibly make a lot more money selling electricity. A couple more dams and maybe a nuclear power stsion or two and we could have a lot more data centres who are big power consumers and also big employers.

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  28. 30 June 2022
    New RBNZ board takes up role from 1 July

    Hon Grant Robertson 2020 Headshot
    Hon Grant Robertson

    Finance

    Members with a range of governance, financial and technical skills have been appointed to the Reserve Bank Board as part of the shift to strengthen the Bank’s decision-making and accountability arrangements.

    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 2021 comes into force on 1 July 2022, with the establishment of a new statutory governance board, which includes members appointed by Governor General on the recommendation of the government, and also includes the Governor of the Reserve Bank, Adrian Orr.

    https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/new-rbnz-board-takes-role-1-july

    Full of tane mahtu’s freinds.

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  29. The Proud Boys are now a terrorist organisation in New Zealand. Here’s why it matters
    Thomas Manch18:46, Jun 30 2022
    The Proud Boys, a fascist organisation in the US, has been designated a terrorist organisation under New Zealand law. The Government says the group poses a “significant threat” to New Zealand, despite there being no evidence of a connection to the country.

    The Proud Boys are defined as “crypto-fascist”, meaning they make cryptic references to their intentions and aims to obscure their fascist nature. Fascist aspects of the Proud Boys include their support of a strongman political figure, former US president Donald Trump, and their expressed white nationalist, racist and anti-Semitic views.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/129138181/the-proud-boys-are-now-a-terrorist-organisation-in-new-zealand-heres-why-it-matters

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern signed off the terrorist designation for the group on June 20, according to a June 27 entry in the New Zealand Gazette. The designation was otherwise not publicised. Ardern, who is travelling in Europe, has yet to comment on the matter. The last time she made such a designation was in August 2020, when she deemed the Christchurch mosque shooter a terrorist under the TSA.

    So off she goes to EU and pledges our support for the facist Ukranian Forces.

    anti trump shit as well.
    Sooner Trump thumps them and biden gets boxed the better.

    Are these people so unaware? How can they be?

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  30. New Zealand to join Ukraine’s International Court of Justice case against Russia
    Thomas Manch13:39, Jun 30 2022

    New Zealand will join Ukraine in its attempt to legally prove Russia’s invasion was falsely justified.

    The Government on Thursday announced it would intervene in an International Court of Justice case brought by Ukraine against Russia, meaning New Zealand would submit its view to the United Nations court based in The Hague, Netherlands.

    New Zealand has only previously intervened when Australia took Japan to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in 2012 over whaling in the Southern Ocean.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/129131261/new-zealand-to-join-ukraines-international-court-of-justice-case-against-russia

    What is it with labour politicians who can’t run their own country but want to tell the world what to do.
    Using our money and alienating other countries in the process?

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  31. Sorry if someone has posted this link before.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06/dangerous-ineffective-experimental-pfizer-vaccine-causes-nearly-five-serious-adverse-events-per-every-one-person-kept-hospitalized-covid-study-finds/
    “Pfizer’s mRNA jab was even worse. Clocking in at an astonishing 10.1 serious adverse events per every 2.3 prevented hospitalizations – which is nearly 5 to 1.”
    I’m tired of the current PM and with all the evidence that we’ve been scammed, I want her prosecuted and permanently removed from NZ politics.
    We have enough scum in parliament and it’s time evidence based science brought about the displacement of the “kind caring” infamy of the current labour bunch.

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