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  1. IF YOU ,
    (1) Drunk drive
    (2) drive dangerously
    (3) Crash your car,
    (4) fail to ascertain injury,
    (5) leave the scene of an accident,
    (6) Evade police,
    (7) resist arrest,
    (8) pull the “do you know who I am ” trick
    YOU ARE A KIRI ALLEN. and you’ll get a Hunter Biden type sweetheart deal,
    If you’re any other New Zealand citizen carrying out such blatant lawbreaking you’ll sit in a jail cell until you can appear in court and then be given bail if you’re lucky.
    The police dog is lucky it didn’t bite her and draw blood because it would’ve been deemed a racist and been forced to undergo expensive cultural training…

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  2. ‘Please Hold, Your Whistleblowing Is Important To Us’

    With the good communists chippie, ardern, robbo et al now actively demanding that we ‘rat’ on our neighbours ‘For the public good’ (East Germany DOES come to mind), this cartoon from South Africa would seem to have a certain relevance…

    Enjoy, but remember ‘informing’ IS actually happening in NZ as we speak.

    Have a great day, and DLTBGYD

    https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=673385481492082&set=a.419744673522832

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  3. Good morning, the drought has started, we have not had rain since Thursday night, Hamilton City council will be in a total panic. It is set to be a beautiful day here today with no rain. Well who knows they can predict the weather for hundreds of years but not the coming days. Be careful out there……… and have a good day. I am thinking lunch time drinking….. gin, whiskey, bourbon or wine would be in order for those concerned at our once beautiful country which is now a shit show.

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  4. One of the country’s biggest private retail real estate investors is quitting New Zealand for Australia – sparking a $100m sell-off.

    Ben Cook boasts a portfolio stretching from Auckland to Central Otago including a string of Countdown supermarkets, and Bunnings in New Lynn, Hamilton and Westgate.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/nz-richlister-ben-cook-leaves-for-australia-100-million-retail-property-sell-off/PYRLYV5J3FDTBPGZN77ZQG3EFM/

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    • I’ve spoken to the adult daughter and the Mrs. If we don’t get rid of this corrupt government in October, we are going to move to Australia. Something I don’t want to ever do as this is my home.

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      • mr and mrs SB wont be far behind ya brian.
        Mate in WA has spent the last 6mnths trying to twist my arm to sign on for a couple of years with him. A red green poo govt would see us there by xmas although i rekon we’ll end up back over there within the next couple of years no matter what, nz has lost its appeal and cant be fucked bringing up our kids in a race driven country like its become.

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      • BM, tens of billions of dollars are resting on the election outcome in October, there is going to be a tsunami of new Zealanders bolting for the door if the greens the native party and Liebour retain the treasury benches.

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        • Be careful with AU and do your homework before you go. Yes, it is a fine place alright but there are many hooks to avoid. LOTs of taxes and you need a high income to pay them. Food is cheaper than in NZ. Petrol was cheaper but not anymore. Just go in eyes open.

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          • Seeing “stamp duty” on every bill etc used to annoy the shit outta me the thieving pricks.

            Our income dropped to less then ⅓ what we earnt in aus when we returned to nz in 2012, it would almost double if we went back today but soooo much less hassles and bullshit to deal with then here.
            I find aussie rather boring tho esp in WA, just flattish large expansive land and no decent bush etc and the fishing is very very average. Cant beat nz outdoors, aussies more suited for pisshead bums that waste their days.

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              • Same, we only came back 2012 to start our own family closer to our families for support. Daughter turns 10 tommorow… well past the age where we need grandparents to help give us a break from time to time.
                If it wasnt for the hunting and fishing here i woulda went back to aussie 5yrs ago when i escaped the dairy industry.

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                  • Not that scary, only the violent boongs ya need to worry about. We lived near ravensthorpe in the middle of nowhere right along side the rabbit proof fence and the abos were scared of the place, cursed apparently so there were zero abos for about an hours drive in any direction.
                    The snakes n spiders are pretty much harmless unless youre an idiot actively seeking a darwin award.

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                    • I think it was kangaroos and magpies she was worried about. First run with her was cross country through untracked bush and we ended up in a mob of pigs. She didn’t like that much LOL. She would never stop complaining and never stop running – incredible stamina.

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      • Brian, yep yep that’s what it is.

        It’s not just the corrupt tyrants in government that worries me – it’s the fanatical support they have.

        This country isn’t save for liberal minded tolerant people.

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  5. As each day goes by I am more and more convinced that those with a Native gene are either thick, dumb, dishonest or are just plain greedy and selfish. I am not sure which is correct, maybe all. I give you the actions of Kiri Allan, John Tamihere, Willie Jackson, Alamein Kopu and Matthew Tukaki as individuals.

    But here is another lot with the Native gene, which causes me to shake my head. They want the banning of Petroleum Exploration within their “Area.”

    Well, I hope they are not going to be dumb hypocrites and will now dispose of all their motor vehicles and walk, discard all their synthetic clothing and revert to flax skirts, refuse any medication contained in plastic jars or syringes and suffer the results etc.

    Or is it the greed factor in them, of no Petroleum Exploration here, but we don’t mind using the results of petroleum Exploration elsewhere.

    These sort of arrogant hypocrites piss me off.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/300937676/parihaka-seeks-45000-acre-exclusion-zone-in-new-oil-and-gas-block-offer

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  6. In one year, tech giant Google received over 6,300 requests from Australian authorities to disclose user data.

    According to Google’s “Global Requests for User Information” report, the search giant allows government agencies around the world to submit requests for information for “civil, administrative, criminal, and national security purposes.”

    “In this Global Requests report, we share information about the number and type of requests we receive from government agencies where permitted by applicable laws,” Google says.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/world/details-on-5500-google-accounts-handed-over-to-australian-authorities-5426259?utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoe&src_src=Aomorningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2023-07-28&src_cmp=Aomb-2023-07-28&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=zfUgbFelPBIAzaqXVwv%2FHyFog9YQRkZT%2Fspug1Grmo8QiD3TAEoY6O9G78n%2BIqk%3D

    So it’s almost an open door tell me policy that anyone from Gov. can use to abuse people.

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  7. The title of the video is called:
    ”How To Live a Crap Life: The Deadly Sins Of Leftism by Andrew Klavan.”

    No need to tell us about a crap life, comrade. Here in NZ. even patriotic optimists like myself are ground down every day by a relentless tidal wave of vicious liberal bullshit.

    I haven’t come across this commentator before, but the clarity and succinctness of his delivery is so refreshing. It reminds me again of the reason why I can’t stand Milo Yiannopoulos .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nl2RTAatBNg

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        • There will be no second Maori war Sooty. There is no resistance to the Maori takeover of the former New Zealand. Capitulation has reached deep into every crevice of of our society and poisoned the education sysyem, local and central government, the health system and almost every corporate entity in the country – and even into the not-for-profit social organisation sector.

          There are some brave exceptions (like Julian Batchelor) who are being actively attacked by the state – but overall there’s nowhere enough resistance to even contemplate a second Maori war of any kind.

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          • Julian will be the first up against the wall after the revolution. A few here will be standing beside him.
            Purging counter revolutionary elements has a long and dishonorable tradition with the communists

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    • People live everywhere in the world with annual average temperatures anywhere from -10°C up to +30°C, and with extremes between -40°C and +60°C.

      So differences in average temperatures of 40°C, and extremes of 100°C.

      And extremes in temperatures in specific locations, have varied year on year, decade by decade, and century by century, in the last few thousand years, by between 20°C and 40°C

      And people get upset with just the idea of temperatures varying by 2°C, which is between 5% and 10% of recorded variations, all because WEF/WHO/MEDIA says so, and the changes are cause for alarm and new taxes.

      Climate Change is the process of creating fear over normally occurring climate changes and branding it as catastrophic.

      The same was done with Covid by taking the annual flu (which may or may not have been genetically modified), and rebranding it as a deadly pandemic.

      “Oh my God. My 8 year old child’s height has increased 3″ in the last year. Clearly he is being stretched because gravity is failing. And Climate Change is causing Gravity to fail. We need more taxes to fix this.”

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  8. Queen Elizibeth was returning to one of her castles and walking about the grounds when a tour bus arrived. A tourist nearby asked her, “Have you been here before?” HRM replied, “Yes, several times.”
    “Have you ever met the Queen?”
    Pointing to her bodyguard , she smiles and replies, “No, but he has…”

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  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTq6CYfikbg
    The Intersection of Evolutionary Biology, Religion and Happiness | Dr. Gad Saad

    Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and Dr. Gad Saad discuss his newly published book, “The Saad Truth about Happiness: 8 Secrets for Leading the Good Life.” They also discuss the parasitic ability that ideas can have on the human mind, the predictors for left wing authoritarianism, the evolutionary argument for why humans are spiritual beings
    Courage is a very rare commodity

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  10. Well, I would have thought they would have served a Boil Up or Pork and Puha, not this, according to the accompanying article.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/resizer/IOTnX2yftzi3l_UE_UHNvfKgQtU=/1440×810/smart/filters:quality(70)/cloudfront-ap-southeast-2.images.arcpublishing.com/nzme/ZMQ32T254RE6XCXLAQW3YFOLSE.jpg

    Salmon, spinach, tomato, mushroom, all traditional Maori food. Looks Air New Zealand are becoming wetter than a mermaids minge.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/kahu/taste-of-maori-food-reaches-new-heights-with-air-new-zealand/NT2KOPIA4ZBDBNVOPXH3VUBJZM/

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    • No kereru in there Hooli?
      Thought a traditional maori food like that would be a winner//.
      They could offer up “kereru juice”… i didnt know wtf this was until a few days ago when i was at a mates and his uncles were telling us of the mean feed of bush kfc they scored a couple weeks back.
      Apparently this time of year the birds are chock full of berries (miro berries i think?), anyways after they shoot them they grab them around the guts, hold em up at head/mouth hieght and squeeze the gut… the sweet “juice” squirts from their arse straight into cuzi bros mouth.

      Yeah nah that aint berry juice bro you chowing down on pigeon shit you dirty cnuts

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    • Taste of Māori food reaches new heights with Air New Zealand.

      There will be 100 other countries that debate that spinach, tomato, and mushroom are ‘Maori foods’. And specifically salmon should have North Americans up in arms, as well as Britain over Lamb.

      Sheep were introduced into New Zealand between 1773 and 1777 with credit to James Cook, the British explorer. Samuel Marsden, a missionary, introduced some flocks of sheep to the Bay of Islands, and then also farmed in Mana Island close to Wellington for the purpose of feeding the whalers.

      “Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) is a hardy annual related to beets and Swiss chard that has been used by humans for a long time. Native to southwest Asia, it was first cultivated in Persia (Iran) over 2000 years ago and used by the Chinese in the 6th century.”

      New Zealand has no native salmon or trout and all the salmonids were originally imported as ova. Although there is a very significant recreational trout fishery in New Zealand often sustained by hatchery output, farming of trout in New Zealand is illegal.

      From the late 1800s, British settlers introduced fish of the Salmonidae family – trout and salmon – to New Zealand. Many species were released, yet only three established themselves well enough to form important fisheries: brown trout, rainbow trout and Chinook salmon.

      From the late 1860s brown trout, from Europe, were introduced throughout New Zealand for fishing. They established themselves rapidly where they were released – and also spread by going out to sea and swimming up other rivers. In the early years they were very well conditioned. Some were so fat they looked like rugby balls, and could weigh over 10 kilograms.

      Native to the north west coast of North America and North East Asia, King salmon were first introduced into New Zealand from northern California as a game fish in the late 19th century. In the 1980s New Zealand entrepreneurs sought to develop salmon farms in the cool, deep waters of the Marlborough Sounds.

      http://www.salmon.org.nz/new-zealand-salmon-farming/history/
      https://teara.govt.nz/en/trout-and-salmon
      https://www.nzgeo.com/stories/salmon-the-miracle-fish/

      An absolute disgrace.

      It should be “New Zealand Food.” Not “Maori Food”.

      Maori Marxist Minstrels – claiming everything that exists as their own since the 1200s.

      Meanwhile the poor old Moriori, Waitaha, NZ Pygmies, and all those who were here for tens of thousands of years prior, were either killed or eaten into extinction, save for the remaining survivors who kept their heads down and avoided being ‘hangied’.

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  11. Brown supremacist goes on a racist hate fuelled shooting rampage = 4-5days tops in the media and zero govt reaction.

    Derranged white australian does the same and 4½ years on its still bought up in media every month or so and govt is still implementing punishing policy on law abiding citizens.

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  12. Finally the legacy media are questioning ministers to explain but still no real answers

    Ginny Andersen describes ‘calm’ phone call with Chris Hipkins after Kiri Allan crash
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/07/ginny-andersen-describes-calm-phone-call-with-chris-hipkins-after-kiri-allan-crash.html
    But a mystery remains about the charge of refusing to accompany a police officer. On Thursday, The Post reported Allan was found 500m from the crash scene.

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  13. I would rather the liarbor crowd got rid of the tax on a tax like GST on rates and anything to do with government depts, rather than GST on food!
    I think liarbour are dumb shits!
    Gst is easily applied at the moment and they want to stuff it up!

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  14. Headed down to French Pass early this morning. -2 in places with a few hair raising power slides on the ice in the mighty Honda City ( sought after hi top automatic in pink)

    You see so much wild life early in the morning. If it wasn’t for the nature NZ would be unbearable,

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  15. After much thought, gazing into a crystal ball and consulting with my voodoo doll I have discovered the corner store of Labours new tax policy. They will forgive all the student loans. They already have the money, a lot of them are dripping wet Labour supporters who have meaningless jobs in universities because their qualifications are useless in the real world and most of them firmly believe they shouldn’t have to pay for the years they wasted getting wasted and accomplishing nothing. You don’t get much more socialist than that, and Labour are dealing from an empty deck. You heard it here first! The doll will be round to sort out anyone who doesn’t believe me – or someone with a similar name.

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  16. This video has a lot of weird shit in it. I like the mysterious, but it alarms me how people straight away jump to conclusions of aliens, demons and the supernatural before thinking about rational explanations for some of the clips that follow. That said, at face value, some of these clips have no rational explanation. Unfortunately with the rise of A1, couple with photoshop, these type of videos will soon be rendered worthless for any serious study.

    So how come a camera can pick up phenomena when humans in the vicinity ( the 2 Spanish security officers who can’t see a ghost standing next to them) see nothing?? That’s because a camera can only record what’s there. The human mind starts shutting down its full perceptions from birth. The mind creates short cuts and filters all irrelevant information out. Basically we are blind to certain things unless we retrain the mind to perceive in a wider brand of perception.

    But I’m posting this to ask if anyone knows what happened to that NZ jetpack project that was big news a few years back? I said at the time I didn’t think it would come to much, and sure enough, at a public showing, the jetback lifted a few feet off the ground while being tethered to someone who was holding it stable.

    However at @8.26 in this clip is an alleged ”jetpack man” flying thousands of feet high. The communications from pilots to control tower is replayed as are actual films of said ‘jetpack man.” I found the pilots commentary funny given the deadpan reportage as if this is just another day at the office.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkqYRhzWVdY

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  17. In NZ infanticide is considered a defense, not a crime. This defense is only available to meat sockets. If a meat socket kills its meal tickets then the defense is the actual killing.

    This is the sort of society we get when we fail to curb stomp simps.

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      • No exercise just out for a fish. Simp free zone in nature. It was beautiful. So many creatures and big open spaces.

        Simps are unable to breed naturally and don’t exist in nature. Stupid Soy told us how simp babies are made yesterday – gays give diseased spoof to lesbians who artificially insert the toxic waste. After a time a simp growth begins metastasizing. Next minute the abomination is on the internet telling us how wonderful druggy sluts, kid killers and man haters ,are.

        Honda City went into a slide on some ice. That was fun. The roads were super icy early this morning with temperatures down to -2 when I could tear my eyes off the road for a moment to look. All this while simps slept next to their sister – who they roofied.

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    • ……”In NZ infanticide is considered a defense, not a crime.”…….

      It’s a fantasy concocted up by feminists to ensure that a woman can never be accountable for her mood swings nor bad temper. It actually provides a defence for slags who kill their TEN year old loinfruit.

      There’s probably justification in the case of babies as many women do actually suffer from hormonal influence post partum but trotting it out when the kids have survived more than two years of mad motherhood is ridiculous.

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        • It’s beyond my pay grade to figure that out Kea. As I stated above there are hormonal imbalances that come into play at childbirth which as men we don’t experience so some sort of defence based on “feelz” is probably necessary. I still think there should be a very much tightened time frame where it could be used.

          As far as I’m concerned shitty livers, lost career opportunities & blaming everyone else for problems are not triggers for diminished responsibility for killing one’s own children never mind plotting their deaths for months in advance.

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          • Clearly you have never lived with women that suffer for a long time and then get to menopause and almost get out of control or someone who has such a hormone disruption that the become mentally ill.

            Sadly you have no idea what you are talking about.

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  18. Man with ‘Once Were Warriors’ upbringing severely injures baby the first time they are left alone

    The first time Tyrone Tiori was left alone with a three-month-old boy, he injured him so badly that the baby was left unable to see or move, or feed without help.

    The baby had been born after an enraged Tiori had thrown his eight-months pregnant partner onto a bed, causing her waters to break.

    He has now been sentenced in the High Court for both those incidents, and a third when he threw his brother’s ex-partner to the ground and kicked her multiple times.

    Tiori has been sent to jail for four years and five months.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/father-with-once-were-warriors-upbringing-severely-injures-baby-the-first-time-they-are-left-alone/2IDU5FNDQBGHHC2G4SVBBS2SKQ/

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  19. How Twitterers are taking the news about the infiltrator.

    Trudi@TrudiNewZealand

    Is this true Kiri Allan??

    Quote Tweet
    Mark@themefiles

    So Kiri Allan was on a police watch list for terrorist activities. How the hell did she get into parliament, and then go on to become the justice minister ?? – this really is unbelievable
    #nzpol

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  20. BBC Weather
    @bbcweather
    For the third weekend running, low pressure is set to dominate our weather – with showers, brisk winds and a rather cool feel for the time of year.
    Jul 28, 2023

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  21. The next time you dislike your life, remember it’s all about perspective. I have a friend who reads 2-3 books a week, works out everyday, has no financial worries & lives with people who always want sex with him.

    Yet he constantly complains about how much he hates prison.

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  22. Police had to release the figures for callouts to the bennies motels.
    Not very good were they. Bloody appalling went they.
    Held back by pollie pressure, I’m sure. Protect the bitch!!!
    Now how about releasing the figures for every bloody one!
    Next tell us how many were chucked out on their sorry arse!

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  23. Ex Aus PM says ‘colonisation best thing that happened to Australia’
    British rabid ill-informed social commentator. Ye gads, put a sock in it!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAxBI0O7dvc
    As an Indian woman you’re lucky because of colonisation’ | Rafe Heydel-Mankoo & Narinder Kaur clash

    GBNews

    Social commentator Narinder Kaur and historian Rafe Heydel-Mankoo clash over whether Britain should stop apologising for its colonial history.

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  24. UK
    Eco-zealot councillors u-turn on Belgian-style traffic scheme to split historic city of Canterbury up into five ‘driving zones’ and fine motorists for crossing the boundaries

    The controversial experiment would have seen Canterbury, Kent’s only city, carved apart, as council chiefs threatened to penalise motorists for driving from one zone to another, as they pushed to make the tourist hotspot a ’15-minute city’.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12346011/Eco-zealot-councillors-u-turn-plan-split-historic-city-five-driving-zones-fine-motorists-crossing-boundaries.html

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  25. Did you know the Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla is a veterinarian who was integral in the creation of a vaccine that non-physically castrated both male and female pigs? It was called improvac.

    https://www.paho.org/en/news/4-4-2023-1-6-people-globally-affected-infertility-who

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1874951/

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2491090/pdf/bullwho00077-0011.pdf

    https://sci-hub.st/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2052798/

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  26. Whose Insurance company pays for the damage in this “green” apartment.

    …. One person is in a critical condition after an electric scooter exploded while the battery was being charged in a Wellington apartment.

    Crews were called to the explosion at around 5.30pm Saturday. ….
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/494747/person-critically-injured-after-e-scooter-explodes-in-apartment

    Blaming the wrong charger? but remember the UN said it was boiling Climate Change.

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