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  1. SB doooooooo something its rApE🤪

    Cows are forcibly raped, and calves are deliberately orphaned to produce milk.

    In order to force them to produce as much milk as possible, farmers typically impregnate cows every year using a device that the industry calls a “rape rack.” To impregnate a cow, a person jams his or her arm far into the cow’s rectum in order to locate and position the uterus and then forces an instrument into her vagina. The cow is defenseless to stop this violation.

    Because no feminist would consume food that’s a product of rape. When you know better, you do better. Go vegan—for mothers, for sisters, for daughters, and for all females whose bodies are exploited.

    https://www.peta.org/features/rape-milk-pork-turkey/

    *Note; we know this must be a real rApE because a crazy bitch said it who hates men and SB says those ones are always right, especially if they are raging druggies.

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  2. So one thing is how do you that some crazy bitch said it and they hate men Kea?????????? You certainly do have an issue with women.
    Yep there is a mental illness that equates animals thoughts to be like/same as human thought, I cannot remember its name now, but I am sure that someone will remember on this site. Of course all animals are inseminated by so called rape??? In the process it is Elephants, Lions, etc all animals in the wild FFS. If the human thinking is that other animals ask” if they are OK” with being inseminated they are very delusional to say the least. Male animals fight for the rights to be the toughest strongest animal to be the father of the pack. It is how it is.

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    • Things killing and eating each other is essential to life. It is not a moral or ethical question. It is not good or bad. It just is. The vegetarian cult is based on a fundamental rejection of the natural order.

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  3. Well after all that crap and my eyes skipping most of it to retain my sanity, Its good morning and see ya later.
    Going Island places.
    No roads, boat only No power, sunshine only. peaceful and quiet.
    won’t even have to cook.
    Beers most likely.

    se ya Later.

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  4. Had a couple for lunch yesterday, both in well paid responsible jobs. As his wife said – he would probably have more Maori blood in him than most of the new young radical Maori – can trace bloodline well back through past the Treaty signing.
    Does not look at all Maori in that sense, does not identify in any way as a Maori and always writes New Zealander when has to on any form. Is not impressed in any way the current “Maori” movement. They live amongst us.

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  5. We are living in a satirical alternate reality. This from RT Telegram channel:

    Trudeau Stuffs Tampons In Men’s Bathrooms

    All restrooms in Canadian federal buildings will now be stocked with tampons and sanitary products under PM Justin Trudeau’s new policy, regardless of the gender on the door.

    Canadian Conservative Senator Linda Frum kicked off a storm online last week when she posted on X “Back in the day, when only women menstruated, we had to pay for our own products. But now that men menstruate too, these products, as of this week, are mandated to be free in all men’s washrooms in all federal workplaces,” she wrote.

    Canada’s Employment and Social Development explained that “unrestricted access to menstrual products better protects menstruating employees and makes sure that they feel safe to use the toilet room that best reflects their gender.”

    Subscribe to RT

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  6. Those $8.90 kg legs of lamb are moving fast. They have put a limit of 2 per customer but there was one left when I popped in at 8:30am after my run. I bet restaurants are grabbing them.

    Chefs are crafty little bastards and are always pissed and/or drugged.

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    • Kea ,We have a local restaurant which was being run beautifully by a husband and wife team of great cooks until they both discovered the P ,in 18 months the place had no customers no money coming in so the bank sold it from under them for a song to people we know.
      They got the place going again and had the customers coming back but couldn’t figure out what the weird smell was continuously around the place, they finally traced it underneath the building in the crawl space around 2 tons of old cooking fat that had been dumped there by the crack fools,3 large ute’s full of the stuff was removed and they had to put fresh topsoil 300mm thick under there to kill the smell, YIKES fcuking crack animals.
      That was probably 10 years ago and those two original excellent cooks are still fcuked to this day.

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    • Since reading this, I have looked further, and it would appear reading over some of his articles from the earthquakes, lockdowns, Covid vaccines etc, that Michael Wright is an unbiased journalist. that he reports the facts, not fiction based on a narrative.

      Good on ya Michael Wright. You’re a good bloke.

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      • Well it is a repeat from 2018 so not original work.

        plus is says ..’ factory workers walked off the job,’
        Well not really. At a certain temperature the plant had to close. I think it was 37 degrees inside which can be achieved in a concrete wall or brick building esp with corrugated iron roof.

        We don’t get those temps now so it is not a thing so much.
        Note that for all the BS spoken now, the temp has not come within 1.5 deg C of that.
        And it is 50 years ago.
        Australia’s hottest day is 1960.
        US is 1913.

        It is cooler now than 50 years ago.
        January 1974 was more pleasant with regular 25 degree days during the Comm Games.
        Drinking Raro in the sun.
        That’s where I learnt Te Raro 🙂
        Hey Bro, Two Raros, please cuz.

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    • Curious@1026

      Despite stuffed’s efforts to convince us that it is ‘The source of all truth’, the use of the phrase ‘Workers striked’ in the article’s headline did lower the tone somewhat, and does nothing to enhance what little reputation it may still have…

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  7. How to cook lamb the Kea way

    1. Wander around the garden grabbing herbs. I use lots of mint, thyme, sage, rosemary.
    2. Chop them up really fine. You could also bruise them with a mortar and pestle to break the cells and release the oils but I don’t bother anymore.
    3. Put it in a bowl and add apple cider vinegar, salt, white pepper and olive oil. Mix it up with your fingers.
    4. Get the leg of lamb and stab the meaty bits, nice and deep. Then open up the holes with your finger and pack them full of the herb mixture. Spread any remaining bits over the outside. Don’t be fancy with the holes as they disappear as the meat contracts.
    5. Smear it with salt and olive oil.
    6. Cook it. I start off with a very high heat or even under the grill until its brown, then back off.

    The whole prep takes a few minutes and you don’t need to muck around with stupid sauces, gravy and other nonsense. The taste is amazing.

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  8. Just seen this. I think its worth knowing when debating Cannabis.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/cannabis-can-alter-dna-study-5535196?utm_source=newsnoe&src_src=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2023-12-26-1&src_cmp=breaking-2023-12-26-1&utm_medium=email&est=Ha%2BQeBLfHzc8fah%2BaWJBVouvia1Pe%2BiSjaoA%2BULQs3CXud0RbC8BRWddPOM1ASCcKg%3D%3D

    One can’t argue against the possible effects of mRNA because of vaccines, and then say, that another drug that may do the same is OK. Up until now I have been fairly neutral on the legalize, de criminalize debate, but this could be concerning.

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    • …..”One can’t argue against the possible effects of mRNA because of vaccines, and then say, that another drug that may do the same is OK”…..

      Your argument would be stronger should marijuana use become mandated.

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      • That’s true. However many claim there are no serious medical side effects. The debate is worthwhile having as new information comes to light. Strangly, I also see less issue with it than cigarettes. And the debate alcohol vs dope is also substantive.

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        • Though interesting info comes to light from time to time it’s worth noting that alcohol, tobacco & marijuana are widely used yet medical side effects are only seen in a relatively small proportion of users.

          Not every smoker gets cancer, not every drinker becomes an alcoholic & most people who use cannabis live normal useful lives. Surely studies on why some fall victim while others escape all consequences could provide interesting facts to base laws on.

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            • 🗣️*I’m for individual choice..ppft.
              Liar. MY individual choice is to drink alcohol, yet you bag me for making that individual choice. Another individual choice I made at the beginning of December was to stop drinking alcohol for a while. I haven’t touched a beer since early December. *Waits for more bagging of individual choice.*
              Cock smoker. 🐦 Now stop wasting our time and cook me some eggs bitch.

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          • Nasska says :-
            Surely studies on why some fall victim while others escape all consequences could provide interesting facts to base laws on.
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            Given the sheer dishonesty and bias of ‘medical researchers’ and ‘medical ex-spurts’ in the last 4 years I would not trust their biased output.

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  9. HEALTH UPDATE:

    Following their recent election in October 2023 the small country of New Zealand has started to feel the effects of natural immunity kicking in as they begin to fight off the effects of the Aotearoa disease which has infected the country for the past twenty years and had reached the acute stage in the past three.

    This natural immunity response appears, thankfully, to have rendered the application of a vaccine unnecessary at this stage. As history shows, the pain, death and mass imprisonment which accompany a political vaccination program are often hard to bear and miraculously New Zealand appears to be on the road to recovery without resorting to these extremes.

    So long as natural immunity continues to perform its function we see a recovery in the medium to long term, although the road to full health will likely be a long one and cannot be taken for granted.

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  10. 🚨Well this aged very badly 🚨

    Mike Hunty May 10, 2023 At 1:41 pm
    No you’re not. Why would you be delighted at getting a low price now when in 6 months you could have received 25% more. You’ll see. The facts are there.
“The country has gone from a loss of 20,000 people a year ago to a gain of 52,000 in the past year.
Alexander says that gain means 1% more people in the country, and it looks like it is going to get bigger.”

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  11. Just skimmed over the stories about NZ media’s demise (Today FM, Stuff Circuit etc) and their inability to honestly reflect on the reasons why. This article explains it pretty well.

    As More Media Layoffs Ring in the New Year, Americans Face Prospect of ‘News Deserts’ | Analysis

    With a collapsing advertising-revenue model and more media companies experimenting with artificial intelligence to create content, the outlook for journalism is dimming, media analysts told TheWrap. The decline underscores the need for the public and even governments to fund news gathering if it is to survive in its current form and avoid widespread “news deserts,” they said.

    “All available evidence suggests that the commercial future for journalism is especially dire,” Victor Pickard, a professor of media policy and political economy at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, told TheWrap. “We cannot simply let the market drive local journalism into the ground. I expect to see more legislative efforts, especially at state government levels, aimed at shoring up and even expanding local journalism.”

    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/more-media-layoffs-ring-americans-140000569.html

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