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  1. When are the female voter going to wake up if your son or daughter lied to you what do you do,if was anything like what happened with my two daughters they got punished so why are you sending a different message with our Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Politicians bend the truth but to lie your arse off over sexual assaults or rape is a step to far and shut down Journalists that suggest the perpetrator is from your office is beyond belief.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/video.cfm?c_id=280&gal_cid=280&gallery_id=210044
    Here is her evading Barry Sopers Questionsand telling lies.

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  2. An interesting array of videos and reports, 14 links to check on, where the black community seemed to fit right in and have no worry or fear about the police.
    The one where it “jackie chan” is mentioned does not work.

    Aggressive contempt for police officers undermines the Left’s argument that minority communities are terrified of law enforcement.
    https://www.city-journal.org/law-enforcement-minority-communities

    Pretty well the same as in NZ? lol.
    Not an easy job, and there does seem to be a system to make the job more difficult.

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    • Topography needs to be considered, adding in seismic potential along with volcanic risk would have been a reasonable part of the point made by Ms Clarke. The country is short of potable water, has waste water disposal issues now and our infrastructure is not adequate. This country is not readily suitable for the equivalent of the invaders Europe has been subjected to by politicians.

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  3. Feminists have always had an inferiority complex with pretty women.

    Miss Universe was a “meat market” until it was pointed out to them that women were the vast majority of viewers – not men.

    Feminists have been trying to destroy the pretty women careers for decades. They have succeeded with the grid girls.

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    • He’ll be fine….. angry andy will be able to put him on a cannabis prescription as he has a “health” issue and he’ll be able to spend his days legally stoned out of his trolley…… golf lessons later maybe.

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  4. With another dozen Labour women chucked on the heap with the other damaged sex aids the Party may need to hire replacements. To this end I’ve jotted down the outline of the likely advertisement.

    WANTED TO HIRE

    Women or trans (we’re not really fussy) to work in a team alongside sexual deviants committed to making democracy redundant. A willingness to be used, abused, fucked & felt up at whim is necessary.

    Free booze, staff discount lawnmowers & a taxpayer funded salary.

    Apply with recent CV & nude photograph.

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  5. I used to work with a young man who had Tourettes syndrome and the mental capacity of a 7-year old. He’d blurt out stuff like “F*ck you boss” 20 times a day, but he showed up on time every day, and worked his butt off doing the “custodial duties.” He was one of the most popular employees in the joint. If that guy could keep a steady job, anyone can.

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    • If that guy could keep a steady job, anyone can.

      Mama Bear comes from a poor family. Urban, impoverished Chinese level of poor – so a small apartment the whole family squeezes into, a bathroom shared with the building, coal rations for heating and meat is what you can catch outside or you get the fatty off-cuts the party leaders allow you to have. Her experiences growing up is frightening for how deprived they were of things we’d take for granted, all thanks to Socialism’s older brother.

      Her parents both came from wealthy landowner families. Her maternal grandfather owned villages, factories and the land around them. But once Mao started in on the rich, they took the safest route and gifted it all to the Comrades (Hey Ardern!) and thus, poor family. Like so many others of the time.

      She studied hard, worked hard and pulled herself out of that level of poverty and into a new life. Not a wealthy one, but a comfortable one she built for herself. I love that woman to bits for her strength and her character and yes, her obstinacy. And a lot of other reasons, but never mind.

      So why the long story?

      Last night on TV there was something on about either protesters, or land reclamation or something like that showcasing the great, unwashed poor again. And she snorted derisively next to me, making a comment to the effect of: “Useless people” My very much teenage daughter rolled her eyes at her stepmom when she heard that, but I called her on it and asked why. “Mama Bear is being rude, those people had no choice in where they were born”.

      Let’s just say she got a very in-depth lecture about how it’s not where you were born. If people can rise above their circumstances in a screwed up, Communist oppressed state like China – what bloody excuse do they have in New Zealand where we have public healthcare, free education through to (almost) all of Tertiary level and so much (needless) government support?

      They are, for the greater part, useless people.

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      • Well said Pascal; when I was a kid many of the students at my school were Vietnamese and Koreans whose parents had been given asylum after those respective wars. They never clowned around in class, studied hard (their parents would have crucified them for bad grades) and were the top performers in every subject. Their families were well aware of how lucky they were to get a decent education in the States. Just imagine if Maori and Islanders had that sort of ethic? Nevermind.

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        • yes its a pity we cant tell all Maori and PI kids to knuckle down or all else they will be sent to the middle east as refugees.
          Maori’s seem to be the only tribe in the whole world that cannot learn in a western education environment.

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      • Interesting story.
        Of course Mao was from a comfortable middle class family.
        It is always those that screw it up.
        Not the downtrodden. They know better.

        We see the current brigade from comfortable middle class like Ardern and Trudeau that try to change things and screw it up.
        Other wanabees are the likes of Bill Shorten, Jeremy Corbyn and Killary Rodham Clinton.

        A rising tide lifts all ships but they prefer a falling tide to drag all down.

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        • Precisely.

          John Key came from a State house and worked his way to wealth. Yet he’s derided by the Left. Jacinda Ardern who’s biggest achievements are working in a fish and chips shop and having a baby is lauded as the leader of the ages.

          We should celebrate achievement, not mediocrity.

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    • “If that guy could keep a steady job, anyone can.”

      I have a friend who was severely brain damaged in an accident as a Teenager. He has been fully employed for the majority of his adult life. It’s bloody hard work and he needs help and guidance but he refuses to give up and go on a benefit….

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    • One of the guys who collects trolleys at our local supermarket us an inspiration in this regard. He is obviously brain damaged in some way or maybe retarded, but he is so efficient and hard working that it’s amazing to watch him. He’s simply wonderful.

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        • …..”Learn something new”……

          Good advice Sooty but brother……it’s a challenge. A couple of years ago one of my grandkids was heading off on her OE & wanted to offload her Mac laptop. I’ve had a gutsfull of Windows bug magnets that spend more time patching themselves & running malware programmes than they do working so I bit.

          Problem was that the minute she boarded the plane I lost the last Apple expert in the family. It’s been a grim & ugly struggle for this poorly educated retired cocky. 🙂

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            • Saving stuff to file. My hard dive is like a labyrinth……stuff goes there never to be found again. Then there’s downloading photos from a Samsung phone to photos on the Mac. The two system don’t talk to each other. Likewise attaching photos to email. Doesn’t work unless I save them to desktop as an interim measure.

              Soon I’ll throw caution to the winds & buy an I Phone. That may improve things……or fuck them altogether.

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              • In protonmail in your compose page, down the bottom left you will see a paper clip logo. Click on that and it brings up the attach window were you go and find the photo you want to send. select the photo (you might need to do a search for it, enter the name in the top right search field) Then click on open.(button down on the right, should be a blue highlighted button) This will upload the photo tp proton.
                Yes it will be easier if you had an iPhone to upload photos. I have a icloud account linked to my iphone, laptop and imac. I take a photo with the phone and it is instantly available on my computers. You don’t need to do anything else once this is set up.

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              • To make your stuff easier to find use new folders. Command/Shift/N brings up new folders on your desktop. Rename them whatever you want. Then when you go to save your document or whatever, after you use command S, select the new folder you named and hit the blue button. (always in the bottom right of your save window. You can leave the folders you use the most on your desktop. You can put as many folders as you need. They can be folders in folders. The thing I like about using Mac’s is if you think you can do it,then go ahead and do it.

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  6. “From Monday, 23 September 2019, there will be start time changes to 544, 545 and 547 school buses. Unfortunately, these changes won’t appear in AT Journey Planner or AT Mobile App until 12 October, but AT school timetable page will be updated by 22 September.”

    Auckland Transport; another useless white elephant. 19 days where they change the timetable, but can’t update the Journey Planner or Mobile App?

    Useless. Stop funding them.

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    • Yes but how can we let them know that.
      If I want to read about Jack Tane Tame I will buy a women’s magazine
      Years ago he would be hanging around dirty men’s toilets
      And Grant Robertson is lucky no one has called him sexist!

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    • But then Get Stuffed might have to report the negative news about Saint Ardern…which might jeopardise their rumoured taxpayer funding bailout. (Watch the CoL make FalseFacts dance to their tune).

      It’s much better to have fluff pieces…

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  7. Can I ask why the police have not been called in to investigate the claims of rape and sexual assault by the high level member of the Labour Party? Surely crimes of such concern cannot be dealt with in-house by the Labour Party? Does it need one of the many complainants to make a complaint directly to the police for them to begin a criminal investigation?

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  8. Perhaps Australia managed to get all the houses built for the new citizens?

    The One Nation leader leader in June tweeted that foreigners had made up the bulk of Australia’s population growth, after Prime Minister Scott Morrison had vowed to trim net immigration levels.

    ‘The Australian population grew by 400,000 people last year,’ she said.

    ‘The majority of this came from overseas migration.

    Pauline Hanson’s views on immigration have been endorsed by an unlikely media outlet – the ABC (pictured is the One Nation leader in the Senate with her party colleague Malcolm Roberts)

    ‘Next time Morrison says the Liberals are cutting immigration remember it is just a marketing ploy.

    ‘Their budget is built off mass migration.’

    The ABC has now agreed with Senator Hanson, with the RMIT/ABC Fact Check declaring her comments were ‘close to the mark’.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7321091/RMIT-ABC-fact-check-agrees-One-Nation-leader-Pauline-Hansons-immigration-views-population.html

    NZ will be sort of similiar, and it seems to be a way of politicians in seeking to hold power.
    Doubt that improves the GDP per person?

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  9. A thought for the day.

    Michael Spindler was the CEO of Apple (Computers) from Oct 1993 to Feb 1996.
    An extract from his wiki:
    On October 15, 1993, Spindler was chosen to take over as Apple’s CEO when John Sculley was ousted by the board of directors. Spindler presided over several successful projects, such as the introduction of the PowerPC, as well as some major failures, including the Newton and the Copland operating system.
    Spindler was nicknamed “Diesel” due to his operational management inside Apple.

    >>He was known to have frequent anxiety attacks and hide under his office desk while working, which did not bode well for Apple’s corporate environment.

    Does this last sentence remind you of anyone ….like the SLG?

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  10. Frederick II, the eighteenth-century king of Prussia, fancied
    himself an enlightened monarch, and in some respects he
    was. On one occasion he is supposed to have interested
    himself in conditions in the Berlin prison and was escorted
    through it so that he might speak to the prisoners. One after
    the other, the prisoners fell to their knees before him,
    bewailing their lot and, predictably, protesting their utter
    innocence of all charges that had been brought against them.

    Only one prisoner remained silent, and finally Frederick’s
    curiosity was aroused.
    “You,” he called. “You there.”

    The prisoner looked up. “Yes, Your Majesty?”

    “Why are you here?”

    “Armed robbery, Your Majesty.”

    “And are you guilty?”

    “Entirely guilty, Your Majesty. I deserve my punishment.”

    At this Frederick rapped his cane sharply on the ground and
    said, “Warden, release this guilty wretch at once. I will not
    have him here in jail, where, by example, he will corrupt
    all the splendid innocent people who occupy it.”

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  11. City Councillors claim Green Party agreement used as leverage to get agreement on Let’s Get Wellington Moving
    Collette Devlin18:56, Aug 07 2019

    The Green Party confidence and supply agreement would have been put in jeopardy if a watered down Let’s Get Wellington Moving wasn’t accepted, city councillors claim.

    A number of Wellington City Councillors have revealed to Stuff the behind-the-scenes conversations that pushed the mass transport deal over the line in council chambers.

    It comes as the Chief Ombudsman investigates Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter’s ongoing refusall to release a letter relating to Wellington’s transport plans.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/114828737/city-councillors-claim-green-party-agreement-used-as-leverage-to-get-agreement-on-lets-get-wellington-moving?fbclid=IwAR2u90V33Tc_hPl44xDOBiyqCPE28vB9_cSgGSEKt0VOQHZxqJYxCurP6c4

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  12. JAG refuses to release letter to Phil Twyford, minister of transport
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/08/julie-anne-genter-s-justification-for-refusing-to-release-letter-to-phil-twyford.html

    “National MPs are calling for the release of the letter over concerns the Greens influenced a decision to delay the proposed second Mt Victoria tunnel.

    Genter, a Green MP and the Associate Minister of Transport, has confirmed she wrote a letter to Transport Minister Phil Twyford on 26 March about the Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) transport package.”

    “Obviously she and Phil Twyford have something to hide, otherwise they would have released the letter by now,” Willis said on Tuesday.

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