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  1. ODT police speed article this morning logic shows the stupidity of those involved in the road to zero campaign. It says that if speed is dropped by 1km it saves 5% of lives, so 110 km to 100km/hr saves 50% . This must be why the land canoe want to make limits 90 km/hr as that would save 100% of lives. I bet the dumb cnuts think that a limit of 80km/hr might make lives.

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  2. Kea has a cold.

    Should he:

    1. Get tested for communism?
    Or
    2. Remain a liberal atheist?

    Even if I did contract communism, from a woke millennial, staying home for a week will do nothing but hamper productivity and drive me insane trying to work on a laptop. Laptops are only useful for watching porn.

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  3. Minister seeks urgent advice as white supremacist stands for school board
    Katarina Williams05:00, Aug 27 2022
    Associate Education Minister Jan Tinetti​ is seeking urgent advice, after a white supremacist put himself up for board of trustees election at one of Christchurch’s most multicultural schools.

    Tinetti and the Ministry of Education, working with the New Zealand School Trustees Association, are looking at establishing a code of conduct to better protect school communities from extremist parents seeking to influence the way schools were run.

    So another attempt to interfere with elections.
    Its a disease that inflicts politicians it seems.
    Never mind that people can decide for them selves but first we have to decide who that can elect.

    If enough people support him to be elected then that is the will of the people, isn’t it?

    Still Labour have history in these things as does National.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/education/129694796/minister-seeks-urgent-advice-as-white-supremacist-stands-for-school-board

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  4. No doubt because of Colonialism, Canoe People may not recover from injury as fast as Honky, Indian, Chinese or pregnant Ukrainian men which Kea refers too.

    Shocking news, I hear you say, but wait, Auckland University and your friendly Government Department AGG, has a solution.

    Early Settler, Canoe People, and Travelers from Hawaiki, can now recover from injury, faster.

    Faster than what, they are not saying because like everything now, there is no measure, just faster which is excellent news for those who have not previously enjoyed anything that incorporated the unmeasured word, “faster”.

    But to recover faster than any human thought possible allows a shit load of money to be thrown at it with no questions asked and no written proof or peer reviewed analysis that it works. But that I guess is OK, for you dear Taxpayer can just keep bending over for your habitual rheeming by this Government to pay for shit like this.

    https://www.google.com/url?client=internal-element-cse&cx=006730714154542492986:oh6vl0ybuqy&q=https://www.stuff.co.nz/pou-tiaki/300668719/auckland-uni-pilots-rongo-programme-to-help-mori-recover-faster-from-injury&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjV247CnuX5AhXt8DgGHTJCClYQFnoECAMQAg&usg=AOvVaw2BYWjSR0iOi6tv81XSzlEp

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      • BRG, I have a Masters Degree in Ranting and an OBE also on the subject.

        My wife will confirm this, being an independent observer of my Ranting ability. I however feel, that like Cindy, I should have got a Doctorate in the subject from some woke University in America, but alas, is seems, not to be. Obviously from them I only rate 2/10 so appreciate your valued score.

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        • Congratulations to Mrs AH for her patience. Your Doctorate has been secured with your latest effort.

          Hubby has gone the military route for his deserved title of “Major Whinger”. We don our tin hats when he lets fly!!

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    • Can it heal palefaces faster too? Or does it only work on brownskins? If you’ve got just a touch or two of the tarbrush does it only partially work? Since when did “online” feature in traditional cannibal healing? Do they understand that “online” is a colonial construct? Won’t it therefore result in poorer outcomes for maaa-ries? Who pays for this shit?

      The last question is, of course, rhetorical. The Government’s palefaced revenue generators provide the money, under the fine-printed terms that keep getting discovering in that ragged old document called te tiriti.

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      • Leof to answer your questions.

        1. No.
        2. Yes.
        3. Only if you choose to be the right colour.
        4. Since Marconi became an Early Settler.
        5. The Early Settler and former Italian, Guglielmo Giovanni Maria Marconi, discoverer of the Radio Waves, was not a Colonial Oppressor, so it is a construct of the Canoe People who obviously bought the “online” concept with the mythical man, Kupe.
        6. No.
        7. You.
        8. That is a racist comment. It is a living document, much like the Silverfish that infest it and what is left of it, it is much valued, well that of it that is left that can be read.

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  5. Five hundred police brought in for Brian Tamaki’s anti-Government protest
    Five hundred police were brought in and put on call in preparation for Tuesday’s anti-Government protest, new figures show.

    Thousands of protesters gathered at Parliament grounds earlier this week for The Freedom and Rights Coalition protest led by Destiny Church’s Brian Tamaki.

    The event had the capital on tenterhooks, with concerns it could morph into an unlawful occupation similar to what happened in February.

    The earlier protest began as an anti-mandate march and turned into a 23-day occupation, which came to a fiery end as police clashed with violent rioters.

    Figures released to NZME show police were well stocked with reinforcement should this week’s protest take a similar turn, with 500 police staff being brought in and kept on call, including officers both inside and out of the Wellington region.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/five-hundred-police-brought-in-for-brian-tamakis-anti-government-protest/AFPKA2K77C65JBRJKTFRNEEENQ/

    Police Association president Chris Cahill said it was a significant number.

    “It’s frustrating that this group for their own selfish ends caused the disruption to normal policing across multiple police districts, which really was unnecessary and really achieved absolutely nothing.”

    Well perhaps he should have read the tea leaves along with his mates at the top and ignored the rhetoric of Cindy and co.
    They were never going to cause a fuss and even if they did they do have rights on their side or rather used to have rights on their side.
    The welly police have stopped everything that used to be fun including the Sevens.and they wonder why they have lost the respect of the people they are supposed to serve.

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    • In that pile of gobbledegook, when did the writing of maori adopt so many macrons?
      Why does the Asia NZ Foundation need a maori name, surely a Chinese or Japanese or Cambodian etc name would have been more suitable if other names have to be applied?

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    • It seems that (well-paid) Maori advisers are compulsory now. And the first thing they do is go out and ask some pompous old crackpot kuia to come up with a convoluted and ridiculous analogy from which to derive a pointless hori moniker, which is then patronizingly “gifted” with much ceremony and even more hubris.

      The Maori adviser industry is a growth one. But it reflects the fact that the First Cannibals are mostly useless at generating wealth. They are essentially parasitic, appropriating money from other sources, in other words the NZ public. It’s just as well the rest of New Zealand provides the wealth-generating economic base from which Maori advisers and road-opening ceremony planners can leech the vast sums they require, because it’d be a long and fruitless wait for Maori industry and hard work to come up with it.

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    • The adage “Beware of Maoris bearing gifts” is heard often, and is normally used to refer to an act of charity that masks a hidden destructive or hostile agenda. But it’s not widely known that the phrase originates with a story from Greek Maori mythology–specifically the story of the Trojan War, in which the Greek Maoris, led by Agamemnon, sought to rescue Helen, who had been taken to Troy after falling in love with Paris. This tale forms the core of Homer’s famous epic poem, The Illiad.

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  6. I see stuffed are still wetting themselves at vff council/community board candidates with more “exposed” every day along with stuffs smears and defamitory comments.
    I couldnt believe it tho as same as last weekend i found a non hit job on a council candidate! And guess what, same sorta sob story, same colour… im guessing stuff want nz run by immigrant clack bunts that want to turn nz in into their shithole corrupt homelands theyve fled from.

    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/local-body-elections/129659221/terror-attack-prompts-ethiopianborn-wellington-council-hopeful-to-get-political

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  7. A young husband comes home one night, and his wife throws her arms around his neck. “Darling, I have great news – I’m a month overdue. I think were going to have a baby! The doctor gave me a test today, but until we find out for sure, we can’t tell anybody.” The next day, a guy from the electric company rings the door-bell, because the young couple hasn’t paid their last bill. “Are you Mrs Smith? You’re a month overdue, you know!” “How do you know?” stammers the young woman. “Well, ma’am, its in our files!” says the man from the electric company. “What are you saying? It’s in your files???” “Absolutely.” “Well, let me talk to my husband about this tonight.” That night, she tells her husband about the visit, and he, mad as a bull, rushes to the electric company offices the first thing the next morning. “What’s going on here? You have it on file that my wife is a month overdue? What business is that of yours?” the husband shouts. “Just calm down,” says the clerk, “it’s nothing serious. All you have to do is pay us.” “Pay you? And if I refuse?” “Well, in that case, sir, we’d have no option but to cut yours off.” “And what would my wife do then?” the husband asks. “I don’t know. I guess she’d have to use a candle.”😂

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    • wg a lot to be embarrassed by 🙂

      This guy in the first 3 minutes, shows, point by point, case by case, the precedents, that this for all its “puffery” will not be taken to a Court.

      Mike Davis Discusses the Heavily Redacted Mar-a-Lago Affidavit on America Reports
      https://youtu.be/WacPc7c37fs
      6 mins 20 secs : Aug 27, 2022 : Fox : Sandra Smith.

      The air-head’s “presumably?” at seeing this revealed.

      Well done, showing up the repeated propaganda to induce indoctrination, to try and limit the damage to the Democrats, coming up in the USA mid term elections.

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  8. A little boy and his grandfather are raking leaves in the yard.
    The little boy sees an earthworm trying to get back into its hole.
    He says, “Grandpa, I bet I can put that worm back in that hole.” The grandfather replies, “I’ll bet you five dollars you can’t.
    It’s too wiggly and limp to put back in that little hole.”
    The little boy runs into the house and comes back out with a can of hair spray.
    He sprays the worm until it is straight and stiff as a board.
    The boy then proceeds to put the worm back into the hole.
    The grandfather hands the little boy five dollars, grabs the hair spray and runs into the house.
    Thirty minutes later the grandfather comes back out and hands the boy another five dollars.
    The little boy says, “Grandpa, you already gave me five dollars.” The grandfather replies, “I know. That’s from your Grandma.”

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    • Indeed Ross.

      I’ve setup or constructed a few public outdoor temperature sensors including one at an airport. Which is great for telling travelers what the air temperature will be on the tarmac or while hailing a cab, but completely meaningless for any contribution to global monitoring stats.

      The problem measuring above ground is that multi-year and multi decade variations caused by variations in earth orbit, orbit of other planets etc etc, create cycles over a year, 10 years, 20 years, 100 years etc. and of course el nino, la nina etc

      So if date range on the graph is short enough, in will show cycle variations. The graph on that page shows 1979 to 2008. Even if the raw data was correct, 29 years is a drop in the bucket.

      The way to accurately measure actual long term planet temperature change is go out to say the Mackenzie country away from towns, away from underground water, and dig a series of holes in a grid pattern say 20 metres apart, between 5 and 10 metres deep, and bury your sensors, and then take the average of the sensors. You will know you have the right depth when the differences between sensors for the same ground type is pretty consistent.

      If the earth temperature was increasing at an alarming rate, then the literal “earth” temperature would show it, which it does not.

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  9. For the information of those who sneer at Rissole’s rumours…

    “I saw one of those Military Police vehicles turning towards Burnham Military Camp on Wednesday. That one had ‘Military Police’ written across the bonnet as well. Perhaps there is more to the info I’ve been reading about the Military ( certainly in the USA ) being given more power over medical coercion. MMM- Military Militia Medical…something along those lines. Are they making a move here for a similar set up? After all, it was the NZ Defence Force that controlled our MIQ. Or call me Alice and send me back down the rabbit hole!” (from The BFD today)

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    • Remember M J Savage’s announcement in 1939?

      ……”Both with gratitude for the past and confidence in the future, we range ourselves without fear beside Britain. Where she goes, we go. Where she stands, we stand. We are only a small and young nation, but we are one and all a band of brothers and we march forward with union of hearts and wills to a common destiny.”…….

      Here’s hoping that this time we can buck the trend.

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    • The solution if you want to reduce global warming is more nuclear power.

      In Oz the polls show well over half support Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).

      The same thing would happen here if power prices go up too much.

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      • Cbhuc@1651

        Umm, actually no; There is actually nowhere near Auckland where a reactor can be placed ‘safely’ to allow for a failure and / or radiation cloud.

        The (old) NZED did extensive research on this in the 1960’s. concluding that, to get the -power to Auckland efficiently and with minimum loss en route,, the Kaipara Heads would be most suited for such a plant. HOWEVER, accidents at the UK’s Sellafield nuclear site in the 1950’s caused them to give thought to wind-patterns etc and what would happen in the event of a failure and the release of a radiation cloud into the atmosphere. After checking with meteorologists, it was found that, in the event of a radiation cloud being released, in Winter (with the Antarctic-sourced winds being dominant), said cloud would flow straight across Whangarei and most of Northland and out into the Pacific, while in Summer, Tropical winds and Cyclones would blow the cloud down over Auckland, the Waikato and the upper North Island. This was not exactly an inspiring finding!! As a result the project was quietly shelved and the records put into archives. AFAIK they are still there an are unlikely to be retrieved.

        In the intervening years nothing (especially the wind patterns) has changed, so ‘nuclear’ is not going to be an option for quite a few years yet, if ever.

        The gweens, of course, will not want to know such things, so in their ignorance will jump on the ‘pro-nuclear’ bandwagon in due course..

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          • nasska@1738

            While YOU may not have a problem with such matters, there would probably be a few Jaffa’s (including our Brigadier) who might find the situation slightly ‘intolerable’, and who could no doubt provide a new interpretation to the phrase ‘Glow in the dark’ as a result…

            I somehow doubt that they would be appreciative of the situation, but then again…

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    • waikatogirl@1639

      To those of us born in the 1940’s and 50’s this sentence ‘The United Kingdom has announced an 80% hike in electricity and gas bills worsening the current cost of living crisis’ will haver a depressing familiarity, and as a result we can now expect a return to the annual (and once very-common) winter-caused rash of ‘Granny died frozen and alone in her unheated bedsit’ type of articles in the UK’s left-wing media.

      It will, of course, be ENTIRELY the Tory’s fault, the fact that labour was an enthusiastic proponent of ‘Green energy’ and the closure of reliable sources of energy / electricity being conveniently forgotten

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      • Get with the programme Komata, the official line is: “It’s all Putin’s fault!”

        Biden came out yesterday with “The US lack of energy has nothing to do with me”.
        Biden cancelling the gas pipeline on his first day of his presidency is long forgotten. //

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    • The Left, Dishonourable Trevor Mallard; in 2022, graduated with With A PH,d in bastardology, wankerism and bullying. He leaves
      these shores to complete his personal thesis on dealing
      with Irishmen who have had 2 or 3 Guinness refreshments.
      The results will be posted via St. James hospital ICU ward.

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  10. HHHHHHHAAAAAAAAA, phool twitford the dissarmount minister, (there’s a jobsworth).
    Is complaining about President Putin for not getting rid of nuclear weapons!
    If I was Putin I wouldn’t either. I would stick one up his arse!

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  11. Hilarious, macho kiwi men are upset their national team of homos who chase balls and grab other men for fun lost their game of gayness.

    Die rugby die!!! Can we just ditch the faggot sport and get on with life?

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