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  1. Listened to Marcus Lush last night on the radio.
    Many people ringing in regarding BT’s letter.
    Lush spelled it out. Incompetence.
    Heads must roll!!
    Davis, McPherson, Ardern.

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    • This fiasco is a festering sore.
      He obviously has a sympathizer.
      Why send it to a Russian who in turn posts the letter on 4chan?
      This has the hallmarks of skull duggery in places most high.
      This chap is being used to promote significant disruption.
      This may be a way to force the constabulary to release certain information to the public.
      Here’s hoping.

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      • I read the letter from Ch 4. It should not have been sent. I wonder if this government can guarantee that Brenton Tarrant will be alive to stand trial.

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    • That’s what I thought too- there’s other heinous criminals in prison who surely send letters from the inside. Why would Tarrant be any different? It’s not like he’s ever going to leave his cell alive.

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      Применить в течение

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  2. It looks and sounds like Labour tried to pull the wool over those complainants in the latest sex assault saga involving the Prime Ministers Office.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12258079
    One of the complainants who did not want to be identified told the Herald that support was to expensive six months ago. ” The process has never once been victim supported, I see it as a way to silence us not allow us to feel heard”
    the person said.

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    • Yep,
      The investigation into the investigation is just a mechanism to close down the complainants.

      Labour President’s comment says it all, really:
      “We need to allow the appeal process to run its course and we want be making further comment until any appeals are completed.”

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      • To think that the rapist and sexual pervert works in the Mad Queens office, right under her own nose! I wonder how close a staffer he was?
        Why do all these sex problems happen around the PM?
        So what does Cindy do, she goes on holiday, again!

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  3. Australian Prime Minister Scot Morrison has vowed not to shy away from the “tough conversations “with Australia’s regional “family”as his New Zealand counterpart warns his Government “will have to answer to the Pacific” on Climate change.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12258079.
    What a big head and high opinion of herself Jacinda Ardern has, when she can’t even agree to stand down a sex offender working in her office after eight people made complaints.

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  4. Earlier this week Andrew Little was bleating about ‘Prisoner Rights’ and that denying them basic Human Rights was “Fascism” etc etc
    Anyone notice the hypocrisy from Labour today over the Christchurch Gunman sending a letter?

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    • I’m just wondering if Brenton Tarrant will be able to vote in next years election. I guess it will depend on how far the trial has got by then. Can imagine that will really piss Cindy off if it gets publicised.

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    • 250 working groups all need a desk and to sitdown!
      Wait till you see the new office rentals, staff, transport and grazing

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  5. The Media are REFUSING to link the Sydney knife attacks with Islamic Terrorism. (Despite there being plenty of footage of him yelling “Alahu Akbar” over and over)
    Instead they are turning this into a ‘Violence against Women’ theme….
    Pathetic.

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    • The Hadith, collected by Bukhari (4.52.220) goes as follows:

      Allah’s Apostle said, “I have been sent with the shortest expressions bearing the widest meanings, and

      I have been made victorious with terror

      (cast in the hearts of the enemy), and while I was sleeping, the keys of the treasures of the world were brought to me and put in my hand.” Abu Huraira added: Allah’s Apostle has left the world and now you, people, are bringing out those treasures (i.e. the Prophet did not benefit by them).
      https://www.sahih-bukhari.com/Pages/Bukhari_4_52.php

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  6. Ethics report blasts Justin Trudeau
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2019/08/ethics-report-blasts-canadian-pm-justin-trudeau-could-affect-chances-of-re-election.html

    “Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and officials in his government improperly tried to influence a corporate legal case, Canada’s top ethics watchdog said on Wednesday in a politically damaging assessment that could hurt his chances of winning an October election.

    Trudeau’s team attempted to circumvent, undermine and discredit a decision by federal prosecutors that construction giant SNC-Lavalin Group Inc should face trial on corruption charges, independent ethics commissioner Mario Dion said in a scathing report.”

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    • Ther will be a trip to Canada coming up for Cindy,no show with punchJustin will be calling for her help,after she is the saviour of the world according to the Left.

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    • The Southern Sturmabteilung (Brown Shirts) don’t really score well.

      One.
      https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/crime/costs-sought-after-man-acquitted-sex-case
      Extracts:-
      >…A man acquitted of sex charges is back in court, now fighting to recoup some of the cost of clearing his name.
      The man, in his 50s, had his name, place of work, occupation and family details suppressed through the trial and that order was made permanent when he was acquitted in the Dunedin District Court in April last year.
      A jury found him not guilty on all charges….

      Here is the real issue. His lawyer Jonathan Eaton QC says:

      >…He was highly critical of the prosecution case, which he said featured ”false allegations, poorly investigated”.
      ”With all three complainants, the evidence at trial just became such a mess,” he said.
      That came as no surprise to him. The police’s investigation leading up to the trial turned up no corroboration for the claims of sexual impropriety, Mr Eaton said, and in some cases Crown witnesses give evidence that weakened the case.
      ”It had all the hallmarks of an investigation lacking independence and objectivity,” he said….

      Are the NZ Storm Troopers trying to be even worse than their British counterparts?
      They are doing well on that metric.
      It will be more taxpayer money to settle this one.

      Wait until the gun collection is a failure and they go full retard on otherwise decent law abiding NZ citizens.
      It will be 1981 all over again.

      Two.
      Another Otago crooked cop in dirty, dodgy Dunedin is Jeremy Buis. He pursued a legitimate business person for more than 2 years using police resources and the crooked, rotten Dunedin Poo lice lied and said he was nor a sworn officer- for quite some time.

      In the end:
      “Constable Jeremy Fraser Buis (39) was sentenced to 200 hours’ community work and ordered to pay the victim, Danny Pryde, $15,000 after he was found guilty of criminal harassment, threatening to do grievous bodily harm and intentional damage after a judge-alone trial in March.”
      https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/harasser-revealed-officer
      This scum bag was on full pay for nearly 3 years while stood down because the crooked Sturmabteilung would not front up with the truth.

      Three
      It was in Dunedin that Christopher John Lewis took a shot at the Queen in 1981.
      This police failure was covered up for years.
      “The sound of the gunshot is heard but not investigated and later reports about the gunshot are quashed by police – because of fears it would jeopardise future royal tours.”

      Four
      Guns are in the minority of choice for murder in NZ.
      The police say NZers should be disarmed (so says Chris Cahill from Southland) and yet the murder and attempted murder in Invercargill on Anzac day 2017 was by serving policeman Ben McLean. He murdered his wife with a rifle and attempted to murder her new boyfriend who had been his friend but I guess he was not any more.
      Solution: lie in wait in a dark place then ambush and murder!

      NZ police. They are not your friend and won’t play you the guitar unless you are a criminal.

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  7. The problem with news in New Zealand
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/08/opinion-the-problem-with-news-in-new-zealand.html

    “OPINION: Two weeks ago it came out that TVNZ wasn’t paying a dividend to the Government this year and for “the foreseeable future”. So they are not a commercial entity in the normal sense and neither are they are a public broadcaster.”

    “It’s even possible the government has recognised the issue and is slowly getting around to it. Maybe we’ll have a proposal to merge TVNZ, Māori TV and RNZ. A good idea that will probably end in a morass of working groups.”

    I don’t think much of this example as a reason for taxpayers funding the main stream media:
    “Many see a publicly funded model as unrealistic, but we already have an example of an independent, publicly funded operation essential to the functioning of society: the judiciary. It is time to start taking the term ‘the fourth estate’ literally, and to find a new model for surfacing everyday truths.”

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  8. An elderly British gentleman of 83 arrived in Paris by plane.

    At the French immigration desk, the man took a few minutes to locate his passport in his carry-on bag.

    “You have been to France before, Monsieur?” the Immigration officer asked, sarcastically.

    The elderly gentleman admitted he had been to France previously.

    “Then you should know well enough to have your passport ready.”

    The British gentleman says, “The last time I was here, I didn’t have to show it.”

    “Impossible. The British always have to show their passports on arrival in France!”

    The elderly gentleman gave the French Immigration Officer a long hard look. Then he quietly explained:

    “Well, the last time I was here, I came ashore on Juno Beach on D-Day in June 1944, and I couldn’t find any fucking Frenchmen to show it to.”

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  9. Ed, that photo of the helicopter de-icing the frozen wind turbine at the top of the thread says it all about the stupidity going on in the world.

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  10. After being party to the continuing comments about Simon Bridges over two years of his Leadership, also posting a attack ads on his speech it’s about rich for James Shaw to come out criticizing Simon for pointing out his
    failure of Census.
    https://amp.rnz.co.nz/article/7af6c0f1-4a61-4654-856c-0aee987b7053
    Shaw is throwing his toys out the cot over his own inability to make sure they had done Census right for all NZ’ers.

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      • Yes he is. Hasn’t he heard the buck stops at the top. Shaw doesn’t tolerate criticism well. Bad Simon is being mean to me…

        “Mr Bridges said the minister’s personal attack showed the pressure was getting to him.”

        “James Shaw was asleep at the wheel and we had a botched census delivered,” Mr Bridges said.

        “What you’ve got is a co-leader who’s lashing out in a pretty bizarre way, because he’s rattled, and he – and his coalition partners – are under pressure.”

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        • Simon is suddenly starting to criticise the left, he is far more vocal of the col failings than previously which is great. He is starting to give it back to them, but they are such cry babies and can’t take any criticism at all its all about anyone not of the left leanings being racist, facists and white supremacy because they can’t stand being called to account. Go hard Simon.

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          • Heard him speaking to Peter Williams on Magic Radio giving Kelvin a dressing down for his incompetent handling of the letter sent by Brendan Tarrant. Simon wanted to know why Kelvin as Minister wasn’t on top of what, how, why and when details when he was interviewed this morning by the msm.

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      • “Shaw’s a dick”

        Are you sure?
        He comes across as more of a cuck.
        A limp wristed nancy-boy. Can I still say that? Oh well, too late.

        One has to ask > by how much was this cuck emasculated with having two mums?

        We are seeing it institutionally on a wider scale now but this is case study of one broken non-female.
        Then he chooses to be surrounded by a bunch of bolshie, irrational non-males who, by some accounts, despise him.
        Not what I call a leader.
        Possibly the wiminz running Stats said ‘Boo’ and he went and did a Kelvin (hid) and is now embarrassed- as he should be.

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      • Yes and did’t do his due diligence but was happy to coat tail on the Census work undertaken by National and added nothing, not even checks and balances, despite being told y the public.

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  11. RE the China thread, I was busy scanning through articles and came across this gem.

    Basically:

    • Let’s do this, loosely aligns with Xi Jinpings Roll up your sleeves and work hard slogan.
    • If you’ve spent time with Chinese people, you’ll know wordplay and innuendo are large parts of their humour.
    • That slogan has been turned into Roll up your sleeves and fuck hard

    Which, with all of the Labour Party sex scandals and cover ups gives Jacinda’s “Let’s do this” a whole new meaning 🙂

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  12. Received this from a silent viewer

    From the Guardian, 15 August:

    “Jacinda Ardern has declared that “Australia has to answer to the Pacific” on climate change, saying that New Zealand is doing what it can to limit global emissions to 1.5C and expects other nations to do the same.

    However, the New Zealand prime minister stopped short of saying New Zealand would throw its weight behind the smaller Pacific nations who are urging Australia to commit to a rapid transition from a coal-based economy at this year’s Pacific Islands Forum.”

    Far be it for a New Zealander like me to leap to the defence of Australia, let alone their coal industry, but Pacific Island leaders’ complaints about it, now bolstered by our glorious leader, are completely hypocritical. First of all, I’d like her, along with the leaders of the Pacific Islands, to admit us what their electrical systems run on – almost wholly on diesel generators running on dirty fuel oil. Most of the food in the Pacific is imported as canned and frozen goods. Deforestation has been almost complete. Secondly, huge deals are being done now with a China as it expands its empire into the Pacific with cheap credit in exchange for naval ports and UN votes. Australia and NZ have supported Pacific communities with charity, development aid (without the strings), free marine search and rescue services, social and political support, and generous immigration entitlements. Pasifika’s own environmental record and that of China (let alone its human rights abuses), should be the Pacific’s concern, not the region’s largest charitable democracy.

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  13. You cannot satisfy the need and want for money by the islands. Just look at what Australia is throwing at Papua New Guinea, and they are still going to Chinese for more.
    Tokelau says it all, NZ has commited millions over the years to make solar their saviour. Years ago it was going to be 150% reliant with the first huge injection of cash. All that happened is their usage increased 25%. They can’t or won’t say how much oil is still being burnt, to hard to keep track. Ardern throws more at it.
    Meanwhile, they have a new hospital Jacinda visits that has no facilities and no patients, they all go off to Samoa. Great saving the planet but you die because you have no health facilities. what a stuffed priority that is.
    Australia is very generous, I think the last time I looked, 6 times the aid of NZ and China.
    Norfolk was a great example, less than 2,000 people wanted to live on an island, pay no or little tax, ask for $12 million to keep airport running, but make all their own decisions. Australia cracked it and now they have to tow the line. It is one thing to throw aid at these countries, surely there has be a recipocal acknowledement from them in return.
    If Australia stops coal mining tomorrow, there will be a massive reduction tax take for Australians, the islanders will be getting nothing. People need to realise where Australia’s wealth comes from.
    No Coal mining and all the Kiwis may as well come home, jobs and money will dry up immediately.
    Islanders appear not to give shit where the free money comes from, as long as it keeps coming.
    The greens are morons, the best thing to happen to Australia recently was the Bob Brown convoy to stop the Adani coalmine, he and his mates all got thrown out of town in a coal mining town just before the election.
    Federal Labor does not hold one seat North of Gympie in Queensland.
    Maybe Australia should stop all aid to the islands and everywhere else and start looking after Australians. Most of it is wasted and no value in the end .
    The bottom line is, the chinese will win, because we have bent over and let them. they now have a real foothold and are getting control in Africa, the islands will be no different, greed will cement this in history.
    Jacinda and Peters could increase the island aid 10 fold to take the slack, China will follow suit and everyone will be happy. Double the money to waste and throw away on peoples silly visions of the future.
    Scomo maybe toxic in Tuvalu, I hope he remains toxic, the alternative is throwing money around like their is no tomorrow.

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    • This Pacific bleating is shameless.
      I mix with, play golf, with and interact with a few Samoans. They are good guys. Generous, good family men and usually big hitters on the golf course.
      I do not see them as incapable in any particular way. Some run their own businesses and emply people.
      And yet NZ donates a hell of a lot to the Pacific.

      The irony that has struck me for a number of years is that many of these countries got their ‘Independence’ in the last 50 years – like a lot of African countries -but are actually highly dependent.
      It is a farce.
      Can’t they just take the bloody money and be grateful?

      Examples
      – Fiji Independence 1970
      -Vanuatu (formerly New Hebrides) 1980
      -Solomon Islands Independence 1978.
      Tonga has always been a ‘sovereign nation’ – with its hand out.

      On 29 Sept 2009 there was a large earthquake off Samoa and a tsunami that caused extensive damage and loss of life.
      Much money was gathered in Aid and handed over.
      The money was partially distributed by giving it out to village chiefs.
      Samoa changed driving from the right side of the road to the left side of the road on Sept 8 2009.
      Many village chiefs ended up with nice new Toyota 4runners in early 2010
      I’ll let you draw your own conclusion.

      Our Aid to these places is a rather excessive for so many ‘independent nations’ .
      https://www.mfat.govt.nz/en/aid-and-development/our-approach-to-aid/where-our-funding-goes/our-planned-aid-expenditure/
      They are not Independent.
      I have been to more than half of the Pacific Island nations and many are crapola. Fiji by far the best.

      NZ Used to provide a fair bit to Fiji but since Bainimarama took over this has dwindled to under $20 mill a year. I’m OK with that. Perhaps we could pay them $30 million a year ex gratia to imprison more of NZ’s lying media filth 🙂

      Tonga gets Average $20 mill a year plus if a fisherman gets lost on a 20 year old Zodiac the RNZAF does the searching.

      Vanuatu over 3 years $77 million. Now this place up to 1980 was jointly administered by France and Britain. Since ‘independence’ they are pathetically woeful but operate their dodgy banking while taking handouts. Australia spends up huuuge. I’ve been there once. That was enough.

      Some MFAT 3 year spends:-
      -Nauru 10 million- yet massively looked after by Australia who pay them well to retain the dodgy country-shopper fakeugees. They had squillions in birdpoo money – fertiliser- that they pissed up against the wall
      -Independent Solomons – $114 million over 3 years.
      -Tuvalu $37 mill and the tinpot dictator is whinging
      -Tokelau gets $87 million over 3 years including an extra one off $29 million > so $20,000 extra on top of all else for every person on the island including newborns.
      Not a bad lark if you can get it.

      Can’t they just STFU, stop moaning and say > Thank You New Zealand and Australian taxpayers; you are good people.
      Even a simple text message saying THX would be nice!

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      • Cindy has given out $150mill for climate change to the islands!
        They import dieselto run their power cenerators, whats the bet they bought in more generators to cope with the influx of pollies along with air conditoners, freezers, etc!

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        • Sooty the cracks in the COL are rapidly becoming chasm’s, Cindy is not only picking a fight with Scomo, Winston has just walked back her zero emissions madness.
          Looking at bing news last 24 hours, the Australian media are really starting to react to her, she is starting to look all over the place like a mad womans shit.
          She will come back the Islanders princess, but Australia and many in NZ are at last waking up to her whacky nutter ideals and policies. The COL will fall apart.
          Only one vote will bring the COL down, time for Winston to cut her loose, move to the next phase of his political career, Cindy has passed her useby date.
          Winston would have been aware of what Jacinda represented, whilst he could control maximum nutter, things were fine, she has now flown the coup.
          The two sex scandals will be the straw that broke the camels back.
          NZ young labour “fingergate” has to be sorted, I don’t think this can delay any further.
          Important to keep the pressure on this, they know this will have huge fallout.
          Miss frowny face has a huge week coming up next week. So much to hide, so little time left to do it before it all collapses like a pack of cards.
          I think you will find thay travelled on separate 757 flights to Nadi, will know if 5 weeks from OIA.

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  14. There has been a decline in Business Confidences since the COL got in.
    The COL have been denying it and blaming overseas headwinds and trade wars etc.
    I did not buy that, it was all internal.
    But now are are seeing some global headwinds.
    Sharemarket drops and negative interest yield curves.
    And the RB has just used up its last 1% of interest rate drops.

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    • yes that’s good, but he is in Australia
      We need a high profile New Zealander to be saying the same things

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      • It’s been reported in NZ so that is a start. I’m a huge Jones and Credlin fan.

        But it is a shame Alan got his facts wrong at the start when he said 70% of our energy needs are from “fossil fuels” (which may be true if we are talking about energy in total not just electricity) and then went on to compare it to electricity generation in Australia. That sort of error just gives the NZ left ammunition to fight back with.

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    • Well here it is August, so where’s the delivery? The pressure will break JA’s political back sooner or later.

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      • ‘Nine years of neglect’ doesn’t hold water after 2 years in power. Simon rejected the COL blaming National in a recent interview. For one, Simon blamed the COL for stopping all road construction but having no alternative infrastructure (ie the COL’s much vaunted train network) ready to begin building. They are still in its planning stage and years away from starting. He also blamed cancelling the oil and gas industry, that business is wary of industrial relations laws and business not having a clear indication from the COL of their future plans for the economy.

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    • Yup. Dow Jones down 800 points, NZ exchange currently down 127 points. Golds up though, sitting on $1520 US .

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      • Hubby was talking to investment person. They are not expecting returns from share investments to be as high as they have been for some time.

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    • As I said many times on the Trademe forums if we did not have maoris here our crime stats would be the lowest in the world. But then they banned me. For just telling the truth.

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  15. When asked what procrastinate means Jacinda said, “its a good question & one that I am fully prepared to answer in more detail, in the days & weeks ahead”.

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  16. It’s after 7pm & no Kea. Have Mossad infiltrated YSB & adducted him? Is the Winged Warrior being plucked for information?

    Free the parrot! 🙂

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    • He flew through here earlier. ?

      Have the Gore keystone cops caught up with the intellectual that stole their car and their Glock pistols?

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      • Four months ago the cops lost eleven guns stolen from their own lock up in Palmerston North. Now they’ve lost a couple of Glocks.

        Someone should mention to Cindy & her bunch of control freaks that farmers & hunters can’t lose them at the same rate!

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  17. Here is a story, no names but none the less real.
    Airnz flight with Mr Nash on board.
    Well known big game hunter sitting next to him.
    How is the gun buyback going?
    Really well we think we will get the number of guns down from 3 million to 2 million.
    Ok.
    The observation is that these guys selling their guns are going right back out and buying new ones with the money you are providing so not sure how you think the number is going down. The gun shops are very busy now.

    Oh(Nash says looking a bit startled) never thought of that.

    Dur

    Being careful but true story.

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    • Has that big game hunter got long blonde hair, and a gay cousin who was staying with moonbeam at the time of yet another liarbour sex scandal.

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  18. Religious teacher …..”now children can anyone tell me what you will find at the end of a rainbow?”

    Sally puts up her hand. ” Is it a pot of gold miss?”

    The teacher replies, “No Sally……..it’s HIV and AIDS”

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  19. I just cannot believe what a bunch of imbeciles our media have become. Last week they not only advertised the contents of packages washes up on West Auckland beaches, they actually showed photos so that punters would know what to look for. No wonder that there was a traffic jam leading to those beaches the following day.

    Then this evening I saw Newshub advertising what the other keys on the keyring of that stolen Police Car in Gore were for – so now I suppose we will have to pay to have locks on their safes changed.

    What a bunch of incompetent morons !

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