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    • The Public Health systems are ramping up their control systems. probably to tie in with the WHO Treaty

      AUGUST 19, 2022 ….. changes at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — CDC leaders call it a “reset” — come amid criticism of the agency’s response to COVID-19, monkeypox and other public health threats. ……

      ….. “It’s not lost on me that we fell short in many ways” responding to the coronavirus, Walensky said. “We had some pretty public mistakes, and so much of this effort was to hold up the mirror … to understand where and how we could do better.”

      She told CBS News that the agency needs to have “special forces” that deploy during pandemics. …..

      ……. Walensky’s plans pledges “to not only change how CDC operates but also its culture ” to prioritize “timely action.” ….
      https://www.cbsnews.com/news/cdc-director-rochelle-walensky-announces-organization-shake-up-aimed-at-speed/

      It would seem setting up to have powers to over ride many offices of government.
      So the Public Health Empire grows, a tyranny of controls on all the public.

      The WHO “Pandemic Treaty” is still relentlessly grinding on, and is setting up to endorse, carrots & sticks, to get countries to comply, to enforce their own self policing,
      Here it may seem to be front footing the criticism, and they just go a bit more quieter, as their foot is in the door. to also get countries to put their compliance legislation in place.
      “Softly, softly”, to set up the structures, powers, further enforcement, that can be easily extended in a now “emergency”. and bypass the opposition as shown in this article.

      May 22, 2022 …. a professor of global health law at Georgetown University who consulted on the 2005 amendments to the International Health Regulations, wrote Thursday on Twitter that many conservatives were angered that Beijing “deceived the world,” but called it “pure hypocrisy” to say their own countries should not conform to global health norms. ….
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/05/22/wha-who-pandemic-treaty/

      But techno-bureacracy of Public Health, are relentlessly ratcheting “ratshitting” & continuing their agendas, keeping on meeting to inveigle increased powers of control, with no regard to the over all health of people, economy, the spirit & freedoms of people & countries.

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  1. I thought the first meme starting the page was a picture of dear leaders child. Silly me. I must be up and about too early for my eyes to focus. It was the teeth that had me fooled. Poor fear obsessed people using the hand sanitiser, I have always given my hands a good wash once I get home. Never use the free sanitiser anywhere.

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  2. Worst quality kiwifruit in 20 years, NZ brand and reputation being damaged: Zespri CEO’s tough message

    The kiwifruit New Zealand is sending to export markets this year is the worst since some fruit was likened to bland potatoes 20 years ago, and many customers are upset, says Zespri chief executive Dan Mathieson.

    In a blunt message to growers and shareholders at the dominant export marketer’s annual meeting, the usually upbeat Mathieson said fruit marred by softness, stains and rots had not fulfilled the promise of the brand the industry spent $1.5 billion building.

    “Many of our customers are genuinely upset. These are people we’ve spent decades strengthening relationships with off the back of our ability to deliver consistently great quality fruit.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/worst-quality-kiwifruit-in-20-years-nz-brand-and-reputation-being-damaged-zespri-ceos-tough-message/7QVKSHHOEXWB6VNLW4VREZU6FM/

    Gold rishes always go bad. There will be some who get hurt bigtime. They have been paying enormous amounts for the rights for the gold and even more for the producing hectares. Like $700k per hectare.
    Now on last years results that maybe was viable but gold never keeps flowing.

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    • Viking, I can not read the Premium article you posted but a few things.

      1. The fruit is thinned on the vine and poor quality should be removed at that point.
      2. The Packhouse checks the quality of the fruit on the vine before picking.
      3. The Packhouse checks the quality of the fruit as it goes over the grading tables at the Packhouse.
      4. The Packhouse calls in the Grower to inspect the fruit if it does not meet grading quality as it goes over the grading tables.
      5. The payout to the Grower is substantially reduced should the quality of the fruit not be up to spec at the Packhouse.
      6. It is not the Grower who packs for export but the Packhouse, and quality at packing is checked by Zespri at this point.
      7. If the fruit is of poor quality and exported, it is the fault of the Packhouse for packing lower spec fruit and the the fault of Zespri who check and sample the fruit before export, then ship the fruit to overseas markets. The Grower only presents the fruit to the Packhouse and does not have ultimate say on whether their fruit is acceptable for export or not.

      It is no good Zespri grizzling, they are the ultimate arbitors of the packed and exported product, the growers are told what quality, size, Brix level, firmness they have to achieve prior to picking and are paid on that accordingly, but you already know that.

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      • Talking to some grower friends this morning.
        I think you will find that although AH is right there are factors that may affect condition after harvest and packing,
        Growing conditions last season were not ideal and effects may not be apparent until after storage.
        The same thing is happening to apples but the corporates may be keeping it quiet.There are storage issues cropping up with high paying varieties like Envy which will mean quite a dive in returns.
        (At the current time there are huge plantings of Envy taking place and you have to pay $100000 per hectare for a license to grow)
        Things are not looking that good for returns this year and with other factors like inflation and shipping etc who knows what will happen.

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    • Since the Councils rated and feasted on the increased valuations for Gold, will they now instantly reduce that level of rates?

      Aug 23 2022 ….. “The SunGold licence is neither land nor an improvement to the land and therefore does not contribute to the capital value of the land,” he said. “It is a profit-making mechanism for the benefit of the grower, not an improvement to land.” …..
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      ….. [Appeal Judge ruling] basis the licence was “intrinsically part of the land asset which gives the ability to grow and sell this variety of fruit”, which meant it should be included in its capital value for rating purposes.

      https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/farming/129649318/landowners-with-lucrative-gold-kiwifruit-licences-may-pay-higher-rates

      That is a precedence, that may flow on much more further, as the government in many ways seek further monies.
      The relentless furthering of costs, fees, controls on New Zealanders,

      It is becoming a clipboard tickboxers set up, that really do not know what is risk that people take on, and what it means to win or lose, from their automatic high scamming salaries.
      No wonder Zespri will be increasing the licencing to growers in other countries, even if is contrary to NZ share holding orchad-ists.
      The writing is on the wall.

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  3. Now Mallard is off to Ireland. Perhaps it is to learn about Horticulture, you think?

    Paddy is ploughing his field with a steamroller.
    Shamus says, “Paddy you don’t plough a field with a steamroller you dozy bastard!”
    Replies Paddy, “I’m growing mashed potatoes you thick twat!”

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  4. A father buys a lie detector robot that slaps people when they lie.
    He decides to test it out at dinner one night. The father asks his son what he did that afternoon.The son says, “I did some homework.”The robot slaps the son.The son says, “Ok, Ok, I was at a friend’s house watching movies.”Dad asks, “What movie did you watch?”Son says, “Toy Story.” The robot slaps the son again.Son says, “Ok, Ok, we were watching porn.”Dad says, “What? At your age I didn’t even know what porn was.”The robot slaps the father.Mom laughs and says, “Well, he certainly is your son.”The robot slaps the mother.
    One Damned Robot for sale!!!!!🤣

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  5. Why would a state owned entity need to own a subsidiary company that then consults for multiple govt departments including the one that owns it?

    I noticed a single word on an oia response that perked my interest and spent a few hours going down a rabbit hole to find a weird web of funding and cushy jobs for ex ministers and govt buddies.
    Im guessing the being a subsidiary theyre also untouchable by oia requests too?

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    • Iaasb, sounds like the tip of a massive iceberg
      The sideways jumping to escape OIA,
      Sounds like another form of MahutaCorp, and would the Auditor General be able to put the wind up them, as it sounds just as corrupt.

      Hat tip to Floyd late last night;—
      After 6 months of trying through OIA, apparently they don’t actually have an answer?
      https://fyi.org.nz/request/17992-comirnaty-for-omicron#comment-5235

      It strikes me as really odd, considering how open and honest this government is.

      Worth scrolling down to see the last point made about the worthlessness dodging OIA on the !9th Augusts 2022.
      Maybe picked up by Sharma, though I know he is double vaxxed and boosted. It would be right up his ally to raise questions about the OIA. and the machinations. 🙂

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      • Yea but how the hell does one expose the rest of the iceberg?
        And also how many other govt dept and entities have subsidiary companies operating supposedly in the private sector yet get milllions of taxpayer dollars syphoned off to them.

        Gunna have to put some thought into how i word my next batch of oia requests

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        • Iaasb;— Thanks for your work in OIA

          Expose an ice berg. Needs great science to prove it. Auditor General? Accountancy, Picking up where they are supposed to file a return.
          That is why I want Ufindell to survive, to be able to forensically go through those accounts.

          Bottom line;— What an iceberg can not live with, is the “heat” 🙂
          Even a question, would raise some heat. a worry, a stress, even if they feel no guilt or conscience.
          The risk is that the may “chill” you, or “freeze you out” but that causes them do some flapping around by them.
          Even if in just denial, though seeming to be wishful, may attract others that can then lever at them also, probably from even a better perspective.

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  6. The Brylcream boy is on the front page of the horrid blaming the state of the roads on Labour lowering the fuel tax. I don’t have the time to do the maths, but I’m fairly sure tax is taken as a percentage of the pump price. As the cost of fuel increases so does their take. I would imagine the rises we’ve had lately would pretty much make up for their false generosity. Feel free to prove me wrong on this. I think the problem is the number of people NZTA employ to wander round with clipboards contributing nothing as the government creates a Soviet style entity which will only serve the elite. The other problem is the amount they spend on cycle lanes etc to appease their communist supporters – the Greens who have no idea how anything involving money works. They should stop doing this immediately and ring fence all money taken in fuel taxes to be spent on roads only. As a sign of good faith they could sack half of NZTA and imprison anyone who wears Lycra in public. Problem solved no Brylcream involved.

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    • Some of the coverage by independant news media on the ground in Russian controlled areas show just how widespread the use of those anti personal mines are. The little butterfly ones have done a number on children and even adults. The usage of them in civilian areas is quite evident too.

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  7. Sorry, but I need to vent!!!!
    I experienced the WORST customer service today at a local store. I don’t want to mention the name of the store because I’m not sure how I’m going to handle this. Last night I bought something from this store and I paid cash for it. I took it home and found out it didn’t work. So today, less than 24 hours later I took it back to the same store and asked if I could get a refund. The cashier told me “NO” even though I still had the receipt. I asked if I could get a replacement instead, again she told me “NO.” I asked to talk to a manager as we usually do….. now as I’m really not happy and I explained that I had just bought the item, had got it home and it didn’t work. The manager just smiled and told me to straight to my face that I was OUT OF LUCK….
    No refund.
    No replacement.
    I tell you what… I am NEVER buying another Lottery Ticket from there again!!! Because that ticket DIDNT work and I’m still NOT RICH.

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  8. Some would argue we are on the precipice of a nuclear conflagration. This suggest we are not.

    https://www.rt.com/russia/561376-ukraine-russia-conflict-us/

    A nuclear showdown? One of the greatest ‘realist’ fears about the Russia-Ukraine conflict is actually groundless, and here’s why
    The US will not intervene directly, because it’s not an existential crisis for Washington – it stands to lose little from Kiev’s inevitable defeat

    Scott Ritter

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      • My wife and I are the only members of our extended family who have not been jabbed. We are also the only ones who have not had Covid (we had something early in the winter which drained our energy for a couple of days, but none of the other symptoms which Covid is meant bring on). A couple have had it twice but NONE seem to be able to join the dots about the lack of effectiveness of the jabs.

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        • Yet it’s not the efficacy of the vaccines that is the main reason for alarm. Had 80% of our fellow citizens been inoculated with a saline solution the only thing actually harmed would have been their egos after they realised that they had been conned & brainwashed.

          Instead they have allowed their immune systems to have been wrecked & face a miserable existence of clots, myocarditis, strokes & cancer.

          This is what our venal leaders, along with their crawling medical professionals & journalists, have foisted upon their trusting sheep.

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          • Agree nasska, but first things first. If they cannot join the dots on the efficacy there is no way they will accept the fact they have compromised their immune systems. ( They probably do not know about that anyway. It is not in the MSM)

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        • Lack of energy, bit of a dry cough?- We had that so would suggest you have had it – we are not vaccinated either. How do I know we had it. Three days earlier had to go to Doctor, yearly visit, to get repeats of pills. She insisted I took a Rat test home so we did test positive.
          FJA

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          • I had something similar a few weeks ago – spent a day in bed, several days of low energy, dry cough for a while. I refused to buy into the scam by getting tested – and of course I am unjabbed. Fine now, no “long covid” after effects.

            Unfortunately I was not able, while under the weather, to come into contact with any double boosted true believers – in the interests of science.

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              • I didn’t take any precautions hoping that I would get natural immunity, but despite associating with people who got it (Vaccinated). I and my husband missed it this far (he is double vaccinated) Finally realised it’s a scam. I don’t wear a mask which is probably in my favour. We live in a nice warm house eat well, as in cook from scratch. Both retired so no job stress to deal with.

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          • I phoned my ex husband the other day regarding grandchildren (our daughter their mum died last year so living with their father and his ghastly partner) Ex husband has the covid…. I couldn’t help it……. I did say, Oh so the injections you had worked very well for you then? I must say he laughed and said I have been thinking that. Double boostered as well as the initial jabs so 4 of them which doesn’t seem to have worked. Are we surprised?
            Oh and great it is now raining.

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    • Saggy, the most useless of organisations, the Automobile Association who charges their Members an arm and a leg in Membership Fees, but does not advocate on their behalf, has only just now got of it’s fat bloated arse and uttered a sound.

      The AA who are in Partnership with the peoples friend, BP Oil and a Partnership with another organisation “that is here to help you”, the NZ Government, as an Agent for their Tax Collecting Department, Waka Kotahe can hardly stand up and seriously advocate on the motorists behalf whilst serving their Master who is in charge of Road Maintenance, Waka Kotahe.

      The AA, a more useless two faced organisation, I have yet to come across.

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  9. What could possibly go wrong…
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/300670204/optimum-population-govt-immigration-statement-should-allow-4-million-more-people

    “Wellington City Council candidate Inoke Afeaki faced a robust response after telling Newsroom that this country needs to get to the 20 or 30 million population mark”

    And then another muppet has this great brainwave…
    “If you opened up settings, then my view would be firms and households would increase population growth by another three, four million over 10 years.”

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  10. This just in…….
    From a correspondent in the North Island:

    I am so HONOURED

    I have just received a personal invitation to attend the presentation of an Award in Wellington.
    To Ashley Bloomfield for his outstanding contribution to public health………..

    Since when have they lauded the killing and maiming of thousands. I don’t think I will even answer.

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  11. At the end of the day ardern will be pissed and screaming as the new independent MP is getting all the media coverage, good or bad and she’s getting not so much and she has had to rearrange parliament seating to move everyone away so they wont speak to him and sit ducky the bully boy next to him to try and control him! You couldn’t dream this shit up if you were trying, and labour do it for free!

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    • “The judge also gave security officers leave to apply to handcuff Wheble the next time, if necessary.”

      Why do they require ‘an application’ to handcuff a highly dangerous prisoner? That’s just utter madness letting him stand in an open dock with a couple of half-aware minders. It’s not the first time the dock has been the source of attempted escape or attack. Build a cage over the dock like they have in other countries or at least keep violent criminals handcuffed.

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    • I took Mrs Rissole to lunch in Devonport today.

      I was surprised to see a family dining – one of the ladies was a captain in our navy in full kit!!! When they left the little girls promptly put their masks on. No one else was masked.

      Nelson has been dead a long time now…

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  12. Have just read an article saying G Sharma was only so frustrated because there are too many parliamentarians.
    The article said forty odd government members have no portfolios and no work.That is why they get in trouble.
    Add that to opposition parties numbers there is a lot of trouble making dead wood inhabiting the Beehive.
    There are far too many MP s .
    Solution. — Get rid of MMP and get rid of 50% with one action . A,50% that no one voted for probably ever!

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  13. The Ferald reports “An analysis has revealed that New Zealand’s pandemic response has left it with one of the lowest excess mortality rates in the world”.

    I find this odd that they would be pushing the disinformation, nothing to see here with the excess deaths. It sounds like they are getting nervous about the fatal side effect of the jabbie jabbie. And that people are finding the continuing increase in excess mortality in highly jabbed countries.

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  14. 130 Staff made redundant on Mt Ruapehu by Ruapehu Alpine Lifts, due to no snow and a poor ski season.

    No snow means no water in Lake Taupo.

    No water in Lake Taupo, no electricity and no water in the Waikato for Auckland during the coming summer.

    Watch the howls of protest and the increase in water charges from Tainui to Watercare.

    https://www.google.com/url?client=internal-element-cse&cx=006730714154542492986:oh6vl0ybuqy&q=https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/300669151/more-than-130-staff-made-redundant-at-mt-ruapehu–troa-skifield-closed&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjP4Iyk9uD5AhWoZ2wGHYfsAsIQFnoECAUQAg&usg=AOvVaw0dgzr5XvThy-WoDxVMx4YD

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  15. They megalomaniacs are clearly starting to panic. They are not totally stupid as they can read the data, just like we can. They can see what is coming down the tube and they are panicking big time. How long before Wiles, Baker and Bloomfield catch on? I will not add Ardern into it –she has not got the brains to see what is coming.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/08/psychopath-serial-liar-anthony-fauci-father-lockdowns-now-claims-didnt-shutdown-anything-internet-receipts-video/

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  16. ‘Māori Language Commissioner Attacks Satirical Cartoon’

    This article, predictable in it’s content and supposedly written in response to Garrick Tremain’s recent cartoon on the wisdom (or otherwise) of learning Te Reo (and courtesy of The Daily Examiner NZ), will no doubt be of interest, and is once again a response to a non-existent problem, although I guess that (even though she is dl’s bestie, the ‘Commissioner’ does have to justify her existence and large salary.,

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/maori-language-commissioner-attacks-satirical-cartoon/?fbclid=IwAR3ChDYm_nTzKP-L3n7Exhjd-Z1ueqeRQjgKPkp6LSlAhSNvdyjtMmMPuCU

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  17. I realise that my opinion will go down like a cup of cold vomit but colloquial Maori has some words, the use of which improve English. English has been borrowing words from other languages since its infancy.” As many as 350 other languages are represented and their linguistic contributions actually make up about 80% of English!”

    https://www.dictionary.com/e/borrowed-words/

    Keep in mind of what our Japanese correspondent & translator has often said.

    “English doesn’t borrow from other languages. English follows other languages down dark alleys, knocks them over and goes through their pockets for loose grammar.”

    It’s not the use of Maori words that grinds my gears. It’s the way a certain very small grouping of our population want to ram them down the throats of all of us.

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  18. The IRS decides to audit Grandpa, and summons him to the IRS office. The auditor was not surprised when Grandpa showed up with his attorney.

    The auditor said, “Well, sir, you have an extravagant lifestyle and no full-time employment, Which you explain by saying that you win money gambling. I’m not sure the IRS finds that believable.”
    “I’m a great gambler, and I can prove it,” says Grandpa. “How about a demonstration?”
    The auditor thinks for a moment and said, “Okay. Go ahead.”
    Grandpa says, “I’ll bet you a thousand dollars that I can bite my own eye.”
    The auditor thinks a moment and says, “It’s a bet.”
    Grandpa removes his glass eye and bites it. The auditor’s jaw drops.
    Grandpa says, “Now, I’ll bet you two thousand dollars that I can bite my other eye.”
    Now the auditor can tell Grandpa isn’t blind, so he takes the bet. Grandpa removes his dentures and bites his good eye.
    The stunned auditor now realizes he has wagered and lost three grand, with Grandpa’s attorney as a witness. He starts to get nervous.
    “Want to go double or nothing?” Grandpa asks. “I’ll bet you six thousand dollars that I can stand on one side of your desk, and pee into that wastebasket on the other side, and never get a drop anywhere in between.”
    The auditor, twice burned, is cautious now, but he looks carefully and decides there’s no way this old guy could possibly manage that stunt, so he agrees again.
    Grandpa stands beside the desk and unzips his pants, but although he strains mightily, he can’t make the stream reach the wastebasket on the other side, so he ends up urinating all over the auditor’s desk.
    The auditor leaps with joy, realizing that he has just turned a major loss into a huge win. But Grandpa’s own attorney moans and puts his head in his hands.
    “Are you okay?” the auditor asks.
    “Not really,” says the attorney. “This morning, when Grandpa told me he’d been summoned for an audit, he bet me twenty-five thousand dollars that he could come in here and pee all over your desk and that you’d be happy about it!”

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  19. Moreover, 59% of survey respondents, including 69% of Republicans, agree with the statement that “given the current economic crisis, the US cannot afford to lend financial support to Ukraine.” About half (51%) still support providing weapons to Ukraine, down from 73% in April. Just 26% support sending US troops to Ukraine, down from 39% in April.

    American public changing mood on Ukraine – poll
    Fewer US adults are sold on backing Kiev against Russia than in earlier months of the conflict, a Reuters/Ipsos survey has shown

    https://www.rt.com/news/561497-poll-americans-waver-ukraine-support/

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  20. A small church had a very attractive big-busted organist named Susan, and her breasts were so large that they bounced and jiggled while she played the organ.
    Unfortunately, she distracted the male part of the congregation considerably. The very proper church ladies were appalled.
    They said something had to be done about this or they would have to get another organist.
    So one of the ladies approached Susan very discreetly about the problem, & told her to mash up some green persimmons & rub them on her nipples and all over her breasts, which should cause them to shrink in size, but warned her not to taste any of the green persimmons, because they are so sour they will make your mouth pucker up & you won’t be able to talk properly for a while.
    The voluptuous organist reluctantly agreed to try it.
    The following Sunday morning the minister walked up to the pulpit and said,
    “Dew to thircumsthanthis bewond my contwol, we will not hab a thermon tewday.😂

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  21. A man asked his wife what she’d like for her birthday.
    “I’d like to be eight again…” she replied.
    On the morning of her birthday, he arose early, made her a nice big bowl of Coco Pops, and then took her off to the local theme park.
    What a day! He put her on every ride in the park: the Death Slide, the Wall of Fear, the Screaming Monster Roller Coaster, every thing there was.
    Five hours later she staggered out of the theme park. Her head was reeling and her stomach felt upside down.
    Right away, they journeyed to a McDonald’s where her loving husband ordered her a Happy Meal with extra fries and a refreshing chocolate shake.
    Then it was off to the movies with popcorn, all the Coke she could drink, and her favorite M&M’s. What a fabulous adventure!
    Finally she wobbled home with her husband and collapsed into bed exhausted.
    He leaned over his precious wife with a big smile and lovingly asked, “Well, Dear, what was it like being eight again?”
    Her eyes slowly opened and her expression suddenly changed. “I meant my dress size!!!!!!!”
    The moral of the story: Even when a man is listening, he’s gonna get it wrong.

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  22. A man suspected his wife of seeing another man.
    So, he hired a famous Chinese detective,
    Ram Pam Sim Wimm, to watch and report any
    activities that might develop.
    A few days later, he received this report: Most honorable sir:
    You leave house.
    He come house.
    I watch.
    He and she leave house.
    I follow. He and she get on train.
    I follow.
    He and she go in hotel.
    I climb tree-look in window.
    He kiss she.
    She kiss he.
    He strip she.
    She strip he.
    He play with she.
    She play with he.
    I play with me.
    Fall out of tree, not see. No Fee..😂

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  23. The Truth as a way ofout.
    Who thinks he was on holiday?

    The off-duty Kiwi soldier killed in Ukraine never told his family he was going off to fight, his father said today while paying tribute to a “kind, gentle man”.

    Dominic Bryce Abelen, 30, was on leave away from the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) and was not on active duty when he was killed in a firefight trying to re-take an enemy trench.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/russia-ukraine-war-off-duty-new-zealand-soldier-dominic-abelens-family-pays-tribute/FB5FHEHW7J65O2MRTKFPYOA3FI/

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  24. The ‘single source of truth’ is now an anchor dragging
    down SS Ardern. The cowardly rats- BloomFAILED, Mallard
    and other vermin are fleeing the upcoming shipwreck. There
    are no lifeboats on that corrupted vessel. Schwab’s little
    ‘vaccine’ mule can’t swim.

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  25. TICK TOCK Little. People are going to die if you don’t fix this now.
    FJA👿

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/08/national-accuses-government-of-ignoring-bleak-warning-that-aged-care-sector-will-fail-if-staff-shortages-aren-t-addressed.html
    National says the Government ignored a letter with a dire warning that the aged care sector would go into complete failure if something wasn’t done to address staff shortages.

    The letter was written by a former District Health Board (DHB) boss who wrote to Health Minister Andrew Little warning saying aged care facilities will be forced to close unless urgent action is taken. And now his warnings are coming true.

    The sector has over 1200 vacancies for registered nurses, or RNs, and that is 25 percent fewer than is actually needed

    Dr Reti says the Government ignored a desperate cry for help.

    “We see no actions that suggest the Minister took any heed whatsoever of a very senior person across the sector representing all 20 DHBs.”

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  26. Australia Tells Russia to Clear Out of Embassy Site
    By Victoria Kelly-Clark
    August 24, 2022 Updated: August 24, 2022
    Authorities in Australia have told the Russian government it has 20 days to vacate the site of its Embassy after failing to finish construction within the designated timeframe.

    Originally leased in 2008 from the National Capital Authority (NCA), which manages the diplomatic precinct in Australia’s capital of Canberra, the Russian government agreed to complete construction three years after building approvals were granted.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/australia-tells-russia-to-clear-out-of-embassy-site_4684671.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2022-08-24&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=Y%2Be6S%2FOiHFy2yckO0mqrITb7HJ8DEUxByRyH9M%2FgcOSCoXuN2KHsdXnYgvVg4f0%3D

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