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That’s me against all the rest. Just BE different

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    • The UN will never shut this boy up. I do not want 3rd-world unga-bunga motherf*ckers living next door to me or within shooting distance- is that clear enough?

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      • Knock knock…….well good evening Mr Ducklin, we don’t want to disturb your evening, but we are just seeking a little more clarity in your statements.

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    • Well according to that guru Sallinger we are doing it wrong. (that is we needed to do anything at all!) The mans a nutter/

      North Island pine forests are prolonging the life of methane in the local atmosphere by as much as three years, climate researcher Jim Salinger says.

      Jim says new computer modelling showed New Zealand had underestimated the impact of methane in its greenhouse gas emissions and would need to set tougher targets for methane reduction.

      The modelling showed compounds called monoterpenes emitted by pine plantations in the North Island were extending the life of methane in the New Zealand atmosphere from 12.5 years to 15 years.

      Jim presented the research to Parliament’s Environment Select Committee today.

      “The extra monoterpene emissions from our pine forests, they augment the lifetime of methane … by probably in the order of two to three years,” he told RNZ.

      https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/219300-plantations-extend-methane-lifetime-atmosphere.html

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        • The bullshit from Sallinger shall linger.
          Best winter ever, this year. I say our climate is improving and we should embrace it.
          The hand wringers can ……. off.

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  1. After 35 years of marriage, a husband and wife came for counseling.
    When asked what the problem was, the wife went into a tirade listing
    every problem they had ever had in the years they had been married.

    On and on and on: neglect, lack of intimacy, emptiness, loneliness,
    feeling unloved and unlovable, an entire laundry list of unmet needs
    she had endured.

    Finally, after allowing this for a sufficient length of time, the
    therapist got up, walked around the desk and after asking the wife to
    stand, he embraced and kissed her long and passionately as her husband
    watched – with a raised eyebrow.

    The woman shut up and quietly sat down in a daze. The therapist
    turned to the husband and said, “This is what your wife needs at least
    3 times a week. Can you do this?”

    “Well, I can drop her off here on Mondays and Wednesdays ……..

    but I fish on Fridays!

    😆 😆
    today is Friday for those that need to go fishing.

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  2. Wasn’t a certain legal matter supposed to rear it’s ugly head yesterday? Has anybody heard anything, or were the brooms out to sweep it back under the carpet?

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    • I thought it was monday!
      The local cafe has ordered in extra pies for the rest of the week and was contamplating setting up a runner to deliver. Just not sure how many runners, wood one on a continuose loop be enough or wood you need more?

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  3. Could this be a example of Labour and Winston having the Police Commissioner in their pocket, Chief Ombudsman forces Stuart Nash to release unredacted letter following IPCA report into Deputy Commissioner Wally Haumaha.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12262845
    Police Commissioner Mike Bush warned his Deputy Wally Haumaha that his ” Professionalism must be without Question “after the Police Watchdog found his behavior to be inappropriate and aggressive.
    So if Wally Haumaha was so squeaky clean and the best man for the job why was the documentation not released before the Chief Ombudsman demanded it to be.

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  4. I was going make some comment about the lack of detail, the lack of substance, the head bobbling, the frowny face and the yet-again-photo op with kids. But what’s the point.

    Ardern. She really is shit.

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    • I think people are seeing through this policy as a vote getter.
      Will people who do feed their children properly get a tax reduction $50 a week seems about right.

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    • We do sound like a broken record at times SC but i no longer care i will & do proclaim as loudly and as often as i can what my thoughts on this joke of a coalition of completely useless plonkers are, my favourite at the moment is adding what a bunch of pervert/rapist enablers & protectors they are to every sentence and we dont even need to make shit up to crucify the mad queen & her lying cohorts they happily provide the ammunition on a daily basis

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      • yes we need to subtly bring these things up amongst our daily, friends and workmates.
        Do don’t it openly and covertly, just subtle suggestions and see what reaction we get

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        • Subtly be buggered. Get out there and yell it from the tree tops. Cindy is a liar and her government is crap.

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  5. One minute Ardern said that had been “working” on this policy.
    Next minute she said that they are going to take a year or so to ramp it up ina few areas!
    What a lying bitch.

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  6. Imho the measles outbreaks in the west is due to the scourge of immigration from third world countries who do not know about proper health care

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    • In the UK the speaker really is mean to be impartial. The problem is Bercow is not. He is a Tory from a rural Buckinghamshire constituency. One of the other quaint traditions is that speaker can’t lose their seat, so the opposition never contest the seat. However, in 2010, Farrage did contest the seat and came second. Perhaps Farrage should do it again whenever the next election is.

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  7. Those Hongkong protesters have really got some guts.
    They run the risk of being taken away ate at night.
    I wonder what their long term plan is becuase China gets to take over Hongkong completely in 2040 or something.

    Ps I don’t like to praise them too much or it will encourage some of our ethnic cousins at Inuhumata

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  8. During the Cindy period, a man walks along Cuba street, perfectly aware that a stranger is following him. He turns to a shop and yells “Fucking lying thieving pigs!”.
    The stranger immediately apprehends the man and takes him for interrogation.
    The man demands the reason for his arrest “I didn’t even mention the government”.
    The agent replies “Oh but you described them perfectly”

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    • Is there anything the mad queen won’t do for her core voters, no benefit sanctions breed at will and we will pay for you and your feral snots as well as feed them rinse & repeat for the next generation of welfare babies, not that i blame the ferals as much as i do this Govt who wouldn’t want to be in bed shagging yourself silly instead of being at work at some ungodly hour like most of us mobile COL ATMs

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    • Giving money away is the only accomplishment JA is capable of. The kids of the same people who are already getting their free lunch, in cash. Not the kids fault they live in dire circumstances, but dammit is it frustrating to think of thousands of useless individuals who just don’t give a shit about parenting. The very idea it is the State’s responsibility to feed my kids is utter madness. Along with WFF, they will become more and more dependent on other people working harder and harder to pay for it. JA could care less about the bill (yet another money grab) she has just created for us.

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      • But has she divided her voters to the have free lunches and to the no free lunches, who will want free lunches and not vote for her. After all free lunches come only to a few and there will be the evil eye across the playground at all the poor people on welfare!

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  9. Mike Hunt posted this late yesterday “National Party Alt-Right MP, Matt King. Voted most likely to be caught with a huge unexplained collection of children’s shoes in his basement”

    How does Bradbury get away with writing shit like that on his crappy little blog (which only has a readership of about 4 people.)
    What a low life dirtbag.”

    Surely this is defamatory? ( Not Mike but that stupid fuck Bradbury)

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    • Couldn’t find it m8 unless he has scrubbed it from the article, damn that site now looks just like BFD/new Whaleoil or as Bradbury has claimed “copied” but only 1 comment on yesterday’s Open Mike so just lipstick on another lefty pig, good to see most of them despise Jacinda as well but thats only because she is the “female John key” to them i.e not far enough left which i can easily put up with as long as they keep sinking the boot into the mad queen

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      • They dont need any signs to go about their filthy evil ways i could easily imagine one on the 9th floor complete with mini bar to get you lubed up before being touched up the Labour party way

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  10. It’s time Kiwi Blog took on a new proof reader.

    They have had some shocking spelling mistakes in recent article headlines.

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    • New look Mel ? you didn’t think life was hard enough with becoming a ging eh lol im starting to think you change your hair more than ol Dig does his y-fronts

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    • How many points do you get on your residency application when you list “witch doctor” as your employment? Gold plated points in the ‘Diversidy’ column I’m guessing.

      What an utter farce.

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  11. I think i have found YSBs crybaby of the week, i havnt used public transport for decades but i understand bus drivers get spat at,ripped off, attacked & verbally abused on a regular basis and now old mate Pia Jane wants them to become social workers I realise the drivers will have a duty of care to check all passengers are ok but i doubt if rescheduling or organising your next bus is one of their responsibilities or am i being to harsh
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/115289196/deaf-woman-says-people-on-bus-given-no-support-after-crash

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    • The Remainers/wreckers need to be reminded of a few facts.

      1. Cameron held the referendum because Parliament had been unable to work out a way of settling the issues Farage had been raising (and gaining support for ) for a few years. That is, Parliament could sort the problem so it went to people with a simple in or out of the EU question.

      2. All three main parties campaigned in May’s snap election with a policy of enacting Brexit.

      3. Triggering Article 50 was passed in Parliament with a big majority.

      4. The Withdrawl 2018 Act (I think I have the correct title) was passed in Parliament by a big majority.

      So many or most of the squealing “remainer” MPs voted for the process that has taken place.
      It is absolute hypocrisy for them now to be trying to wreck the Brexit process and justifying it with claims that Boris is being undemocratic especially when what he is doing happens regularly in the UK Parliament.

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  12. Last week Adrian Orr (RBNZ Governor) was saying NZer’s should get out and spend their money or better still borrow at these low rates and spend.

    On the other hand Warren Buffett is hoarding cash

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-29/guess-what-warren-buffett-doing-his-money-right-now

    Whose advice or actions would you follow? Easy choice.

    BTW. With Orr’s comments last week, how come some journalist did not ask him what he was spending his own money on ?

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    • I thought Orr’s advice was reckless to the average struggling kiwi. First rule of preparing for a financial downturn is to stop spending and batten down the hatches. Getting out and spending may delay the inevitable economic crash but it won’t prepare the individual for the financial chaos they will be in. Perhaps Orr should have clarified he meant his comments were directed at those with spare cash. Yes, old Warren Buffet is the money advice to follow.

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      • I don’t believe that he is the best Reserve Bank Governor, but then he is Jacinda’sman, so he ging toslat left just as Brash lent right. I would prefer a Brash approach, more conservative. Labour have squandered the generous kitty and now needs to borrow.

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      • Yup. Hot tip, New Talisman Gold. NTL on the NZ exchange. Watch this baby take off shortly. AGM is on 18th Sept. You’re welcome.

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        • Genuine interest mate, do you the editor and the contributors here who have the wherewithal and interest think we could start a YSB investors group?
          I figure you have a bit of nouce, and I keep a short eye on the markets, and have a bit of discretionary cash, always looking for the main chance, as we do.
          As this poxy govt drives confidence down, a YSB group could well take advantage, there will be bargains to had.

          Saying all that with a glass of two of scotch, it would probably be just as good to post our hot tips and rationale, and let punters do their own thing.

          Jingos that was hard work…I need another scotch. ? ?

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      • Buy a bit of silver then, cheaper to buy small amounts, get something at least before it is priced off the market. Plenty of bullion dealers around who will help just google them, or use NZ Mint in Auckland.

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  13. Excuse while I get a couple of matters off my chest:
    1. Child has joined the school choir. This delights me because she has a bit of a voice. There’s a multi-school concert on. Yay. Tickets are $25 each, I guess for venue hire etc. No prob, but then I’m told its a benefit for Sally Army so bring a can of food.
    So I’ve forked out $50 for a couple of tx so I can donate a couple of cans of baked beans to an organisation I do not respect. FFS.
    2. Kid was using Chromebook at Primary school. Intermediate said this was inadequate, go buy a laptop. Why are they still farting about with everything on google docs? and why couldn’t the chromebook be used for that? I ignored the demand for a secondary device (phone recommended) so they could use a camera function. 11 yr olds do not need phones that take pictures. So far it hasn’t been a problem, so I’m glad I didn’t fork out for that.

    Seems to me I’m being robbed blind.
    And I’m pissed off.
    PS. Kid has never once turned up for school without lunch.

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    • Write to the school and demand to know exactly why the chromebook is inadequate. And then tell them to Fuck Off.

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      • Nope.
        The unnecessary expenditure is long gone, and I learned the hard way that challenging school authority has long term consequences for the kid.
        For my public face so far as school is concerned, rules are rules.
        Amongst friends – they are assholes.
        Thank you for allowing me to bitch about it in my ‘safe space’.

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        • Don’t understand. Chrome books are designed for google docs and there are a number of advantages to google docs. This is not to say that they are superior to office 365 ( its not) but there are a number of synergies with email, google classroom, sketchup, etc. However, Laptops are better for any programmes such as photoshop, etc.

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    • I hoping Cindy and Nash have completely misread the supposed support of the public for this miscarriage of justice.

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      • I’m hoping NZ First have woken up to the public sentiment about all of this vote against the Bill, along with National and ACT, when it is presented. There will be major votes for them if they do. If they don’t they will definitely be consigned to history.

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        • Too late, I can’t imagine a single firearm owner voting NZF even if they handed out free AR15s to every FAL holder.

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    • Once again, police looking like dorks. I actually hope most gun owners basically tell the government to get fucked. National should grow a pair of gonads and promise to repeal all the stupid gun legislation.

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      • Hundreds of people have taken up the opportunity to hand back their firearms in Tauranga.

        Today is the first of three days where people will have the opportunity to hand in their prohibited firearm/s and parts for buyback.

        It’s also a chance for anyone to hand-in any firearm or part – no questions asked – under amnesty, says a police spokesperson.

        Inspector Ed Van Den Broek says today has been a really successful day at the Stadium Lounge at Baypark.

        “We’ve had about 120 people come through our event today, a lot of illegal weapons and parts have now been surrendered back to the buy-back team.

        “It’s been really positive. There are a lot of people coming away from the events saying ‘it’s got to be done, the government has made their decision and it makes the community safer’.”

        https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/219396-hundreds-hand-back-guns-tauranga.html

        Now we have about 137000 people in this area. Many of them hunters, farmers etc. so they have hundreds (like 120) turn up to trade their old guns for cash.
        That’s a fail.
        and look at the bullshit that was spouted to some SLG reporter.

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  14. Looks like the round up has started in Hong Kong.

    https://time.com/5665112/hong-kong-protests-democracy-joshua-wong-arrested/

    Just awaiting the fulfillment of the chilling comment about “the government not ruling out imposing a state of emergency”.

    No doubt our Minister for Foreign Affairs and Dementia along with his sock puppet, The Virtue Signaller In Chief, will issue statements condemning any sort of crackdown on pro-democracy movements by the facist Chinese Communist Party.

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    • Lol – ’twill be a cold day in hell before Cindy says anything negative about her Chinese handlers. They could tie Helen Clark to a stake, pour cold cod liver oil all over her nether regions and set a hungry muslim on to her and Cindy would still not raise nary a peep in protest.

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    • Its not the money that concerns me its the utter arrogance, this doofus that some people seem to think is quirky & cute is just another troughing useless clown that cant handle being criticized by other Councillors and throws his toys on a regular basis i just wish the spastic hyena would piss off and be mayor anywhere but here
      Phew no WG i don’t have mine yet

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    • Not always just the left. All parties but ACT supported the firearm confiscation that will cost millions. The Taxpayers’ Union will say nothing. If National had of opposed this knee-jerk legislation, I bet the TPU would have taken a different position. The TPU is not apolitical as they claim. This is a shame.

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  15. What secerts did Labour release today at 4pm?
    The one were Woody is in whitless protection next week, maybe a prewritten press release but that would be all. Missing in action, I’m thinking!

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  16. I have been studying the the attendees of the latest Bilderberg Meeting.
    The Bilderberg Meeting 2019 took place from 30 May to 2 June in Montreux, Switzerland.
    The people on the list are selected to steer the world into it’s next phase.
    Literally “THE” social engineers.
    Many names stand out, many don’t.
    I decided to focus on one at a time and try and find out why they were chosen.

    This chap scares the shit out of me.
    Too much control over life and death.

    Sitti, Metin (TUR), Professor, Koç University; Director, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems

    https://pi.is.mpg.de/

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    • Head down, arse up. Speeding!
      Speed limits for cyclist!
      Why not, they are next to car doors on one side, cars on the other!

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  17. You may (like me) be getting a tad long in the tooth if you can recall when:

    …..Kids had long hair. Long hair was wicked…..

    …..Germaine Greer…….used the word “bullshit” & was arrested for using obscene language……

    …Schoolboys were forced to have short-back-and-sides haircuts because humiliation was good for them…..

    …..the miniskirt had adults terrified……

    ….abortions were illegal & contraception was not available to unmarried women because sex was something they might like to get to like but it wasn’t good for them unless they had a wedding first……

    …..illegal drugs were just beginning to appear, probably among people with long hair…

    The “good old days”.// An era when religio/conservatives were cool & pterodactyls ruled the skies!

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