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    • Happychappy, you are just being silly. The dumb bint has produced 1 bill (her child poverty one) in the ten years she has been in parliament. She is too lazy and stupid to produce a bill.

      She would rather go to a kindly or be in front of the cameras, be on holiday or MIA! All other options equal work and that is not the SLG.

      Safer to leave it to Angry!

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      • Sorry Hull but the dumb bint has done nothing but produce bills of the kind that cost us taxpayers dearly.

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    • All female interns and party members attending the Beehive or other Labour events are told, if you open you legs you shut your mouth.

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    • The first lesson in business is to protect that business. Duncan Garner says businesses are stalling the economy, that we are just being churlish toward the COL, but business won’t be taking his advice to spend when the economy is looking decidedly dodgy. Good business practice and reading the economic outlooks points to battening down the hatches and ride out the upcoming economic storm, that’s what good business know to do.

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    • He is such a blow hard prick. So he supposedly had lunch with some accountants and banking CEOs. Really? Why would he have lunch with them other than for them to share bs? If he did? People in the community are feeling the effects of this hopeless col, right in their pockets. Interest rates on mortgages may drop. But for many, any small savings or investments we have are next to useless. No new taxes? Really? just additional taxes on everyday items like petrol then but that’s ok is it? Thanks Garbageman for posting this. God, I so dislike most of the news media in particular tv news anchor people newsreaders and reporters.

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      • Garner wrote that column after enjoying the wine a little too much. His envy is showing after the bankers showed him their pictures of their boat and baches.

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    • Garner
      >The fella who has 4 kids from 3 women and on his own again
      >Garner who says Nobody , yes Nobody, can possibly keep under 80 km/hr in the Waterview tunnel – or is it just him and a few others who drive above a well-posted speed limit and he repeats it regularly
      >The chubby who says oh yeah, Brexit is so difficult why don’t they just abandon it – so utterly dumb as to that is what goneburger T. May was trying to do and Garner ,a mediatard, was too stoopid/compliant/fat and lazy to look past and investigate

      >He lost money on a house in the past decade but gives financial advice
      >When he did hold on to a wife for a wee while she quit her office job to be an unskilled Teachers Aid and he moaned live on screen about how poorly paid she was – after she opted for a lower paid unskilled role.

      No, I won’t read his crap.

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    • The lovely bloke I spoke to who delivers my Gas tends not to agree.
      He is in his late 50s and has fucking zero chance of finding another job when he gets inevitably axed soon….
      Fuck Labour and their lunatic Virtue Signalling…. (*That’s actually what he said!)

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    • Economists eh useful idiots when it suits the lying pricks
      “Peters said the New Zealand economy was performing well, despite economists claiming otherwise, pointing to the 3.9 per cent unemployment rate, an 11-year low”

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      • It’s only a ploy to the start of the promises to the old brigade with lies like we will definitely have a referendum on the Maori Seats and leave our preferred option of who we will go with to after the results of the next Election. The older people will flock to the Messiah in droves like always and all will be forgotten.

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        • I am not sure Winnie will have the sway he once did. People are sick to death of his promises, you can fool the people once or twice but now it’s getting tired and most old people don’t easily forget he has been promising this stuff for years. He has never delivered though has he? And I have never voted for him and never will.

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      • Peters? Who?…. umm..

        Oh yes I remember. He’s the cunt who announced that ‘capitalism has failed’ when he appointed a new government, isn’t he!

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        • That would be the same cunt who told us: here’s the government I have selected for you, and by the way the economy is headed for trouble and it won’t be my fault.

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      • Amazing Garbageman that the answer from the RBNZ is for this spendthrift Government to spend up large on infrastructure to bolster the flagging economy. Yet with the COL it is unlikely any would could be initiated before the next election. They are already bogged down trying fix too many things that were not even broken including man not part of their election promises or secret coalition agreement.
        Reading between the lies of the 3.9% unemployment rate already indicates we have reached the unemployable dregs level. Immigration NZ are not helping employers seeking skilled migrants as long lines are forming while they have another makeover.
        In addition to which their Confidence & Supply partner are trying to influence policy post cabinet decisions in the clumsiest manner. Then rushing to conceal it retrospectively as something it clearly is not.
        It defies belief that even with the new RBNZ committee who are apparently supposed to consider so many factors seem to have missed the bigger picture. Even more so that they ever considered that the COL have the wherewithal to stimulate the economy they have worked so hard to drag down. That is one flip flop too far for this mob.

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    • Does anyone else sniff electioneering in the air? At this time in any elected term Winston is usually nowhere to be found or confusing and bullying journalists with his obfuscating. For weeks now Winston has been making coherent comments on headlines and is speaking at public meetings, something he normally reserves for an election cycle.

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    • No Phil was in the other camp last night pressing the flesh, very happy looking bunch, not a deviate in sight!
      https://www.instagram.com/p/B08O_T5Aooq/
      Poor old Clarke must have been baby sitting, lifes tough at the top.
      amazing thng is this photo got 11,500 likes, how many were “false like”
      would think the vast majority

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    • I won’t read that funny money stuff from stuff but that is a big stimulus and will have an effect.
      The OCR dropped 0.5% on 1.5%
      That is a drop in base funding by One Third.
      33% of base rate from start of the week.
      That is large.

      The drawback is that it leaves little room to move here and it also says things look pretty bad for the RB to do this in one go rather than spread it as 2 x 25 basis point drops.
      The business sector understands this.
      All the mediatards and Indian ‘Economists’ appearing on TV won’t make any difference.

      IMO There has been only one really good Governor of the RB since Year Zero – 1984.
      That is Alan Bollard.
      Adrian Orr has yet to show up as such but I can’t see it.
      Don Brash was terrible and at 14 years he was there way too long.

      Whatever media filth writes about business I don’t care.
      They don’t tell the truth often enough to be worth scrutinising to see if it is valid.

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  1. Grant Robertson and Ardern used to be worried about Business Confidence.
    Now they have given up
    As they know it will keep falling until the government changes.

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    • Given the Thick Ones move away from MSM for self promotion how is she going to manage the hustings where the hated MSM play a significant role? She might actually have to start answering some questions.

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  2. Its shows things are getting bad when the RB drops rates so low.
    And many economists are saying we need to start spending!
    But is buying an extra pizza going to help.
    No we need to spend on roads, and ports,.

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  3. I see our medias cover-up of Labours rape culture is once again universal today, doesn’t it warm your heart to know their fear of a funding cut & kowtowing to their socialist masters trumps their duty to the NZ public

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    • It’s quite remarkable- The stories seem to have just ‘disappeared’ from our MSM new sites!
      Imagine if this scandal had hit National? The media would be going fucking ballistic…

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  4. Is everyone here happy with Seymour’s view on what abortion law should be? He argues that a woman should be able to abort a healthy baby up till the day before birth for any reason. For example that she finds out her partner was having an affair with a pretty airline hostess.

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        • No, I suspect that part is a bit of embellishment from you. I’m interested in the first bit about “being able to abort until the day before birth for any reason.

          I haven’t read that yet, so I’m keen to see it so I can email him about it.

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            • Okay, so he makes the point that arbitrary thresholds are bad in laws and that the decision is made between the woman and her doctor.

              I agree, there is a checkpoint where a medical professional has to sign off on what happens. Saying 20 weeks is okay and 20 weeks and 3 minutes is bad is stupid. It is far better to work on the conditions for agreement between the doctor and the woman than it is to put an arbitrary threshold on it.

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              • So do you think we should get rid of arbitrary thresholds in all or most laws or just for killing babies?

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                • Bit emotional there, Chuck. If you want to have a debate, we can have a debate. But you’re throwing around “killing babes” as if there is any difference to what is happening now. Go Godbother somebody else, I’m not going to bite on a debate where your perspective is “God’s way or no way!” There’s no debate there, just beating my head against a wall.

                  Maybe you should go rail against Simon Bridges and Paula Bennet though. I know they’re not New Zealand First, but maybe you can ask them why they are voting for this law change rather than worrying about politicians that haven’t yet managed to blow in your ear to get your vote?

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                  • I am an agnostic. You are wrong on that point like the rest. The law allows killing a 25 week old viable healthy baby in the womb. If you support that you are as sick as Seymour.

                    BTW – you ignored my question about arbitrary thresholds. We have them in an awful lot of legislation.

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                    • …..” If you support that you are as sick as Seymour.”……

                      Alternatively a rational person not going off half cocked might actually believe that it’s the woman’s body & her decision that she will live with.

                      Since the majority of the opposition comes from the followers of Skydaddy it a wonder they don’t leave it for Him to sort out in the next life.

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                    • Disclaimer: I’m not necessarily anti-abortion.

                      For me, the problem is what constitutes a human being? To answer that question IMHO requires some rationality.

                      Once defined, then it becomes when is it okay to snuff the life a human?

                      I’m told Christopher Hitchens was anti-abortion, so it is not a clear cut case of theists on one side and atheists on the other.

                      (I’m also agnostic).

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                    • For what little it matters I’m not pro abortion either. In fact I believe it should be available but rare & definitely not used as a form of birth control.

                      BUT because I, above everything, support individualism & personal responsibility I believe it is a matter best sorted out between a woman & her doctor.

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                    • When you get pregnant you are welcome to keep your baby. Or not. As you and your medical professional decide.

                      Until then, keep your authoritarian, godbothered views away from others.

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                    • Are you male or female? Are you a parent? Why do you not learn to read? Everyone who is appalled at late-term abortions of healthy babies not religious.

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                    • We’re all over it Chuck. The religious nutters have been banging on about marijuana, abortion & assisted suicide to the point that I just turn off & tell them to fuck off.

                      It doesn’t matter what’s proposed. If it doesn’t tally with their narrow minded, Godstruck morals they bleat.

                      Waste of time giving the wankers the time of day!

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    • I had my pets spayed and or fixed. Responsible?

      The grunts at the top don’t care.

      I can guarantee the “right to life bill” will be just around the corner from the” right to end life bill.”
      That spectrum, from existence to extinction is messing big time with humanity.

      While we grapple with our consciences, either way, we are made to feel guilty.

      When did natural selection become so radical?

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    • Because it’s easier to read about a baby dying because the feral mother drank 18 cans of RTD than it is to read about an unwanted baby being aborted. That is why I think they’re advocating for it.

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    • From a video I watched some time ago regarding child trafficking, this explanation from one of the psychologists is uncomfortable yet, it may shed some light on this very sensitive matter.

      When a child is abused it splits their brain, not literally of course.
      Their trust in big people is destroyed, they will no longer experience feeling safe, ever.

      That trauma is exploited so the victim can be psychologically manipulated and used to continue the cycle.

      Alison Mack(From the Superman TV series Smallville), Claire Bronfman(Seagrams heiress)(Nxivm), Rachel Chandler(Whistleblower), Ghislaine Maxwell(Daughter of Robert Maxwell,Media Magnate) (Epstein) etc became child handlers.

      I recommend you do searches on these people yourself.

      This may explain the psyche of some of the mass shooters. They have no trust, thus no fear.

      Their job was to offer kids( destitute, homeless and vulnerable) money to spend time with certain elites.
      Keith Raniere, Jeffery Epstein, Hollywood elites, politicians, etc

      Why?

      A child can be sold multiple times a day to sicko’s = Money, power, control.

      Drug trafficking merely supplements their wacko perversions and makes the tortured victims life almost bearable = Money, power, control.

      In 2008 the states had around 8000 sealed indictments for major crimes.
      Today there are over 120,000.

      I hope the massive drug busts here, are just the beginning.

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  5. If only that were the case. Treatment resistant prostate cancer is quite prevalent and has a less that 30% survival rate over 5 years. None of the latest drugs available for this are available in NZ (fuck you very much Pharmac) yet it still kills more sufferers than cervical and breast cancers combined.

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    • An information campaign is needed to make some noise about new prostate drugs then. Nobody believes womens’ health is any more important than mens’ health. Most women have husbands and fathers.

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      • Too true WG. Although it would also help if the DHBs responded to referrals in a timely manner. Like a close family member who’s DHB took 6 months to respond to his GP’s repeated urgent referrals for an extremely high PSA test result. By the time he saw the specialist it had metastasised throughout his pelvis and spine. We will say goodbye to him in the next few months with considerable sadness.
        Why is there no National Prostate Screening Program in NZ?

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        • Sorry to hear about your friend SC. Hubby has an eye kept on his PSA levels and prostate by a very good urologist but went private to cut out the long waiting time on the hospital list. His was low status so he’d still be waiting to be seen. I sent him to have his bloods done when Paul Holmes was first diagnosed at 49. Hubby was a year younger but it’s good to get a baseline PSA blood test before any problems arise.

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      • Blue September.

        Like for the Pink Ribbon ride and Paws for Justice (Auckland), thousands of motorcyclists gather around the country to ride for those three causes. They’re probably the best supported charity rides around the country; even better than the Teddy Bear Run.

        And while nobody may believe women’s health is more important than mens’ health, it certainly doesn’t seem that way from the funding and support from our public health service.

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      • Those ultra-feminist women aren’t really female, they are missing the caring gene they demand for themselves. They are aggressive, demanding and scary.

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      • Yes, men are the disposable sex.

        The draft. “Women and children first”. And more recently and exemplified by Killary with “Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, theirs sons in combat”.

        That men’s specific health concerns take a distant second place women’s ones is just another example of men’s disposability.

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      • Under the coalition of clowns womens health gets funding mens health get a prayer from the Religious minister of health.

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    • I have getting hubby to the GP sorted Melahi, I make an appointment for him and tell him if he won’t go he can cancel it. He can then bitch to the doctor that I made him go. ?

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      • Well someone is reading ysb. Our Alexa rating is now down to 542. This time last week it was 867. The number of comments doesn’t equate to this huge rise in views.
        Imagine what it would be if we had a few genuine lefties, who are brave enough to try and convince us their government and Cindy are doing the right thing.

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        • I clicked on your above link for the daily blog yesterday. Is it a sign of mental deficiency when Martin Bradbury puts across some reasonable opinions? Or has he mellowed from the spittle frothing rabid pinko of old?
          Signed
          Confused

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          • What’s that saying about a broken clock? Click through Martin Bradbury’s articles and he’s a fucking tinfoil hat wearing moonbat, through and through.

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        • No I use Firefox and downloaded an Alexa extension that sits in the dashboard. I just click on it and it shows the rating for any site visited.
          Yes you show 10153360 for your site using this extension. No New Zealand number shows.

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    • Coal is capitalistic, fascistic and racist. Burning it gives you power.
      I know this, cos my forever tardy tricycle riding uni professor smoked some once.

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      • Just as well he is already retired or he would have been drummed out of his job. This way they can just pretend he is senile and dismiss his ‘ramblings’.

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    • Years ago in the farming community there was a lay person advising farmers to use Zinc to combat facial eczema in stock. Her name was Gladys Reid. For years the scientists at Agresearch were accusing her of being a charlatan and a fake. She persisted and eventually she was proven right. The upshot is the Agresearch has got a patent on a bolus for treating animals with Zinc.
      Thats why I have no time for Agresearch and their top brass.

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  6. Marama Davidson the other in the house was saying its a basic human right to have a nice warm home.
    She wants us all to pay for that!
    Where does it say a home is a basic right?

    First I’d say that its our right to live in our own country free of other evil religions!
    Then I’d say that the next job of government is to keep its citizens safe from gangs and violence.

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    • How’s the Police investigation into those “death threats” Marama claims she received going? Oh that’s right- Lefties just make shit up….

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      • The police are probably still busy at the Labour youth conference and at the land protest, and busy chasing guns from law abiding old white guys.

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        • Ha Ha I think anything involving the Labour Party is quickly K1’d following the phone call to Police from Labour HQ…

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  7. Headline:
    “Snow white and the severed dwarf”
    Packages found on beach labelled.
    “Return to Cinder”.

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  8. Someone obviously on here is a massive Winston Peter’s fan as everytime I write about what sort of a gutless arsehole he is with his lies and conning the elderly which is a fact, it seems they need to give me a negative tick.

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    • I am not the down ticker either
      But imagine how rabid the COL would be if NZF was not in it?
      CGT, lots more free money for all ferals,

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    • We only have one or two regulars that have or will vote for Winston Peters. Still, is a downtick going to persuade you that you are wrong?

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  9. I did not vote for NZF in the last election or the one before that.

    But here’s a serious question.
    At the last election, do you think National and NZF could have negotiated a useful lasting COL government ? if they had both wanted to. And if so how long would it have lasted ?

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    • With the drunken dwarf in negotiations last time with National?
      He never had any intention of going with National.
      It was all about UTU with him.

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    • I could see a coalition work with most parties if they are interested in achieving something for New Zealand. Labour and National should, in theory, be able to work together if they both had New Zealand’s best interests at heart and not their own political ideology.

      So yes, they could have negotiated a useful, lasting Coalition. But Winston Peters wanted to screw National over, nothing less and nothing more and he was willing to damage New Zealand to do that. (Thanks again, btw, you twats that voted NZF last election)

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        • Hence the “if” and “theoretical”. It will never happen because almost none of them have NZ at heart, they are only after their own gain. Fa’foi, Bishop and Seymour are probably the only 3 thinking of NZ more than what isbin it for them or their brand.

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    • I might be unpopular for saying this but I believe Bill English should have swallowed some pride and gone into Coalition with NZF.
      I detest Winston (and I don’t even have much time for Bill English)..
      But it would have saved us from Jacinda and her Socialist lunacy…..

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      • Tricky. I’m still going with the idea (hope) that the CoL will implode badly after one term, and Labour and the Watermelons won’t see the halls of power for another 3 terms. In that regard, Peters will have performed “a short term pain for long term gain” for the rest of NZ.

        Until Ardern had gone to Australia, that hope was looking terrible but ever since it looks more possible.

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        • The cindycate will implode.
          The salty old dog will have what was prophesied.
          He will boot the greens around a bit to warm up and spit fire and brimstone at those who have wronged him.
          Hell hath no fury like…like…a small man?

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      • From memory I don’t think that was a remote possibility.
        And I think we all knew that if it had happened, it would not have lasted long.
        Winston has such a big ego

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    • How long would it have lasted? With Winston it would last as long as it was useful to him. Not long if he had gone with National (which was never on the cards) as National, unlike Cindy, wouldn’t have put up with Winnie’s demands.

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      • I read today that before an “investment advisor” will talk to you you need at least $200K in cash.
        Well if I had 200K in cash I would not need an advisor.
        I need an advisor to advise me how to turn my meagre savings into $200K

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      • I’m holding back as I m a bit afraid of people with oodles of dosh flooding it and make it less “interesting”.

        Yeah, but we’re just your poor mates…we’re not going to put more than a few $$$ on your winning tip…..don’t you trust us?

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    • Love the comments.
      The complainants are hysterical
      Paula Bennett just wants the attention.
      And yes, I kid you not: John Key pulled a ponytail.

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  10. From another thread on this blog
    “Remember that nothing stops a lunatic bent on carnage better than a law abiding citizen with a gun. I continue to urge people to get a gun, get trained with that gun, and carry, always,” he added.

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  11. Sixty seats National
    That is what you need this coming election.
    Sixty, That is 5 more than you got last time!
    And that is if Act get 1 seat.
    So that is a majority of one.
    So you are going to need a really good campaign manager
    And a really good social media team

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      • They’ve got the Godaddled vote sewn up. Now there’s just a small matter of attracting a couple of hundred thousand centrist votes using social policies carefully crafted by the Vatican.

        If Simon & his mates can pull off that miracle I’ll give serious thought to rereading the bullshit about loaves & fishes.

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            • I’m an Agnostic mate- Any one of the hundreds of Dietys could be real…..So I try not to work myself up about it!
              Have a nice Scotch and enjoy your Saturday night….

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        • I’m wondering at what age I should start reconsidering my options for the hereafter.
          I might become too doolalley to remember to convert to something…
          (tho’ ending up as Kaiti kina chum still seems attractive)

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          • Don’t rush things Maggy. So far mankind has invented about 4200 gods & if you don’t pick the right one you’ll probably end up offside with whoever is the current real McCoy.

            In any case you’ll waste shitloads of your dwindling reserves of days on your knees mumbling crap to something that doesn’t exist. 🙂

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            • I was more worried about ending up in the company of my mother-in-law for the rest of my eternal. That really would be my hell. I’ll take wherever she isn’t. ☠️ Luckily I’m in your camp of non-believers nasska so live life to the full, be kind to kittens, friends and family and don’t worry about what is beyond life as we know it. ?

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  12. A nun goes into a library and asks for a book on the immaculate conception. The librarian tells her where the theology section is and says to her,

    “Are we having a little refresher then sister?”

    “No, ” she answered, “I’m pregnant and I want to make sure I get my story right. “

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    • if the government wants to avoid a recession it should ditch the greens, and reverse all of their own stupid laws, resign and pay back all of their salaries.
      I hope they keep on Genter and Shaw- no roads, no farms
      Bring it on.
      Ardern no private property rights
      Bring it on.
      Clark – no cancer or mental health spending
      Bring it on.
      No industry, no oil, no gas, no power
      Bring it on.
      No benefit sanctions, no neets working
      Bring it on.

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