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  1. Bill Ackman fought hard to remove the diversity hire Gay from Harvard presidency role for her plagiarism… yet Bill Ackmans wife was accused of plagiarism at her cushy academic job, and forced to apologise.

    The hypocrisy is off the charts. Hate speech is anything the rich Elite hate

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    • Hypocrisy is off the charts generally. No consistent and coherent principles. Just a grab bag of emotional reactions applied variably according to bias.

      We constantly see people pretending they are opposed to something, and making a big noise about it, but have nothing to say, or even protect the perpetrators, if the wrong is done by their chosen in-group. Usually by attacking the messenger as they have nothing else they can do once exposed.

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      • KEA, There’s a difference between hypocrisy and tribalism yet your comment fits perfectly with both, perhaps if you provided a link to where you obtained your information it might clarify things ?

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        • Point to any tribalism or hypocrisy in my comment? You imagined it…. For likes.

          I don’t need to provide a link to anything. I can think for myself. You try it You want a link to establish tribal in group identity. Pathetic. For you it’s about who said it not what is said.

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          • KEA ,point to any part of my comment that accused you of hypocrisy or tribalism ,,I’m waiting.
            I only asked for a link because your comment smelt of plagiarism as the Joooooz weren’t mentioned,LMFAO.

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  2. Exploring Westport. Found an area with flash houses on big private blocks surrounded by bush. Also a very sensible development of cheaper houses. Rectangular with pitched roofs and coated in corrugated iron. Easy on the eye and imminently practical.

    7:30am people are sitting at cafes socialising in the street. Big cities it’s homeless people shuffling about and Tweekers.

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    • Always found Wesport streets and sections very tidy and well kept. Spent the night on the streets in Westport, Ireland, once in our camper van. Led to finding out there are 26 towns called Westport, 21 in the USA. A fact for the day.

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      • meth capital of nz (well used to be anyways) hence the name “methport”.
        hp they could be well kept cuz the occupant was high as hell and tweakin in the middle of the night so decided to do some lawn mowin at 2am?

        whats that place got goin for it now? is it just fishing or is there still a few mines nearby the greenies sacred snails havent closed down?

        you goin for a fish kea? go gets a big bluefin 🙂

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        • IAASB ,A close family member worked on the cement ships that bought cement up to Mangere so we could hitch a ride South whenever we wanted ,it was brilliant when we were kids, apparently the trouble started when they bought workers mainly machine operators from the North ,the kids of the workers went feral and it’s never come right .

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          • Up to Onehunga Port, that is just before that strike troubled replacement Mangere Bridge.

            Those cement carriers were specially designed to be shallow draft to be able to cross the Manakau Bar.

            The Manakau Bar crossings would sometimes have proved interesting? 🙂

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            • Simpleton ,many times they kissed the bottom going into Westport ,that bar is continually changing especially after heavy rains ,I could be wrong but I think those ships were a lot closer to being flat bottomed than a regular ship, my Pa was captain of the cement ships for decades ,he actually went to the ship builders for the last 6 months of their builds and skippered them back to NZ .
              The crew quarters had to be redesigned because the design that was meant to be built was unacceptable to the unions at the time LOL, how times have changed.
              My stepfather skippered one of the massive tugs that towed Maui down to Taranaki ,the Canadian Tide I think was it’s name and he skippered one of the supply / stand off emergency tugs for a long time after wards until his retirement.

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            • revtech120 : Great times back then.

              Just to drop a name,
              though he may be a decade or 2 earlier than your Pa, but may have known of Wal Hannam who captained one of those earlier cement carriers.
              Also Wal did shifts on his retirement at the “Signal Station” on the Manakau heads.

              A nostalgia trip? Milburn ii
              https://www.ultimatenzsoccer.com/Onehunga/milburn_carrier_ii.htm

              Milburn 1
              https://www.ultimatenzsoccer.com/Onehunga/milburn_carrier.htm

              Another thread by Master Mariner
              on the leaving of the oil & gas rig. yesterday,
              with namedropping commentators, about tugs around NZ.:-)
              …. With our departure, It leaves NZ without any Ocean going salvage capabilty. ….
              https://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2024/01/general_debate_05_january_2024.html#comment-3494832

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        • You can buy EV lawnmowers with built in headlights, so you can go out in the middle of night to piss neighbors off!
          Mind you some no8 wire in the grass, will make you snigger, like Precious Pup from the cartoons!

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  3. KEA ,My family come from Westport and the West Coast ,make sure to visit the northern tip head ( sea wall) and of course Deniston if you haven’t already ,there are actually quite a few street people in the town who do cause problems especially petty crime and Graffiti .
    If you’re going up towards Karamea don’t do it if it’s raining.

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    • Yeah been all those places previously. Been coming this way all my life. But this morning I checked out some amazing new areas. There are some incredible properties out Cape Foulwind way. No obvious Tweekers so far. I even went to the roughest bar two posh ladies warned me about.

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      • KEA ,we’ve eaten a lot of crayfish off those pinnacles directly out from the foul wind beach it was a good weather spot only ,I suspect it may be a no fishing reserve now,not sure though.
        If it’s the bar on the corner on the way to the cape where the big cement works dump trucks used to turn they gave you reasonably good advice IMHO.

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  4. “After 200 years of Pākehā living here, even to this day they are refusing to acknowledge our mātauranga Māori and the actual environment we are living in,”

    “An article about the maramataka Māori, or Māori lunar calendar, was taken down less than 24 hours after being posted on TVNZ’s digital platform, renews.co.nz due to a technical error.”

    Well could this be that the General Public believe this Maori Bullshit as much as they believe the American from NIWA who in November and early December was spouting on, about the country about to experience extra dry weather over summer, yet it has been the exact opposite, extra wet.

    The Science from both Maori and NIWA is absolute crap and bullshit. Maori do not have records back centuries and NIWA’s Forecast Modelling is absolute rubbish, neither can be trusted in any way, whatsoever. And yet they expect “Pakeha” and others to swallow it without question.

    But this begs the question. Why did TVNZ remove the article about the maramataka Māori, or Māori lunar calendar?

    Well, TVNZ claim it was due to a “Technical Error”. In other words, it was wrong, inaccurate, contained false information, was mis-leading, not honest, untrue and told outright lies. Seems much like most of the Maori crap we are fed as gospel and I guess the same applies to NIWA.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/kahu/matauranga-maori-article-pulled-down-in-technical-glitch-not-due-to-racist-backlash-tvnz/ZUGXQNA4ORBM3LZJONAEUHUCMM/

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  5. Jew boy Avi went to Brizzy to interview the good bishop Brian Tamaki and his supporters. The bros did a haka; talked some bs, and scared away gutless pro Hamas supporters.

    These pro Palestinian supporters would have thought nothing of harassing ordinary citizens supporting Israel. But when they saw the bros they crawled away like the middleclass snowflakes they are. Should they have taken on the challenge it would have been like watching a mower cut through long grass. The bros boots would have been a blurr as they tenderised prone bodies.

    One major question has been answered though. Why does the good bishop wear sunglasses in public? Too much good living or something more serious?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2h3c7UTlNc

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  6. good ole dawnbreaker to start the day 🙂 thatll trigger the resident incel wont it! jEaLoUs….

    you lot whinging about the rain ffs, rain is good this time of year aslong as its not flood amounts. weve had about 30mm here over the past week which has been a lifesaver as it was starting to look like the long dry summer of drought was about to set in… still could yet but for now its still green and the grass has resumed growing.
    bloody town/city fags want endless sunshine and heat, they ignore the fact the country is built on producing food and that requires alot of water. stupid fucking townies, if farmers have a shit year theres no extra money to spend in town propping up the town fags unproductive miserable lives.

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      • hay is for horse fags and sheep fuckers so who cares about the hay!!!
        balage is easy enough to get in even if a tight weather window, i work doing silage/balage in southland ffs. its a cnut but doable just gotta have the balls to mow the stuff and make it happen. alota grass being baled around here last few days has been on the ground since the 28th, we were lucky we got all our silage and balage in before the hail and thunder plumps, we covered the stack in the pouring rain. other contractors were too busy worrying about what piss too drink and whos staying at the fanciest air bnb house to think to maybe make the most of the weather window

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      • true that about the garden wg, stupid boy slaved his arse off over new years digging in water lines all over the lawn to irrigate the fruit trees and then our massive vege gardens.
        got a good haul of brownie points for finally installing big sprinklers that covers huge area so mrs sb no longer has to move the old sprinkler a dozen times… more time for mrs sb to satisfy her awsome husband 🙂

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  7. What is a Maori? There are several components.
    – Language. (Do you use Te Reo in all aspects of your daily life and not just at the marae?) You need to use Te Reo on the phone, on the Internet, in your fulltime employment, when conducting all financial transactions, when using any service or purchasing any goods. Japanese, Germans, and Danes can all do these things in their native languages. (A real Maori would also dream in Te Reo.)
    – Culture. Even if you only speak English, you can still “act Maori”
    – Blood. Apparently a drop is all that it takes. Is that enough to enable the “warrior gene” or other genetic myths?
    – Appearance. That complexion, nose shape and any facial tattoos all help (although the first two would be common to all East Polynesians).

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  8. A couple were pushing their twin babies along the sidewalk in a side-by-side pushchair. As they paused near the park gates, a matronly old lady stopped and bent down to admire the babies.
    “Awww!” she cooed. “Are they twins?”
    The couple looked at each other, exasperated at being asked the same question every time they went out.
    “No.” said the father. “They’re triplets but we leave the ugly one at home.”

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    • Weather Ross, is supposed to be a daily or short-term condition like temperature, cloud cover, precipitation and wind affecting a certain area.

      Climate is weather conditions of an area averaged over a series of years, usually 30 years or more.

      So the Earth is supposed to have been in existence for about 4.543 Billion years, give or take a year or two. Climate is claimed to be weather for 30 years or slightly more. In the overall scheme of things, the definition of “Climate” is a mere nano second in Earths existence, but the “Experts” can still determine in that mere nano second of Earths existence, that we are doomed.

      This failed Right Wing Conspiracy Theorist is a little sceptical, if the Commo from the UN HQ, António Guterres, says the Earth is “Boiling”.

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  9. Starsky and Hutch star David Soul dead at 80
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/01/06/starsky-and-hutch-star-david-soul-dead-at-80/

    Actor-singer David Soul, a 1970s heartthrob who co-starred as the blond half of the crime-fighting duo Starsky and Hutch and topped the music charts with the ballad Don’t Give Up on Us, has died at the age of 80.

    Soul portrayed detective Ken “Hutch” Hutchinson alongside dark-haired Paul Michael Glaser as detective David Starsky in Starsky and Hutch, which ran on ABC from 1975 to 1979 and grew so popular it spawned a line of children’s toys.

    He also had success as a singer, starting in 1976 with Don’t Give Up on Us and following with such hits as Going in With My Eyes Open and Silver Lady.

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  10. Desert conditions are increasing across the USA. In this clip Arizona is highlighted. Lake Mead is drying up. That’s the lake where Pammy pleasured Tommy. Their boat would probably run aground nowadays.

    The shelia in this clip is bringing back old ways of farming and water retention to make desert land fertile again.

    Once again it’s shown the devastation mono farming and modern agricultural practices have on the land.

    I used to buy Arizonian colostrum as a supplement. The nutrient profile was way higher than NZ colostrum, but in the end NZ colostrum beat it hands down.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM9j12VfqcQ

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  11. drug encouragment agency upset after event decides not to spend 20k per day to test 140 party sluts drugs…
    https://www.thepress.co.nz/nz-news/350142243/drug-checking-dropped-one-nzs-biggest-music-festivals?cx_testId=1&cx_testVariant=cx_1&cx_artPos=3&utm_source=localised_module#cxrecs_s

    when they were squealing and crying how badly needed the law changes were prior to being made legal they made out how soooo many people use and need these services… 140 tests out of 30k attendees. yup real popular/////

    @70c per attendee x 30k =$21k… not a bad rort is it!!! and the hilarious thing is many still consume the drugs anyways even after they find out theyre not what they thought.

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  12. I went cycling to Point England reserve in Glen Innes today (before the rain).
    There was some a big Pacific Islander cricket tournament going on. I don’t know if they were all Samoan or a variety of ethnicities, but they were warming up, playing cricket, watching the matches, sitting in groups. It was good to see the reserve put to good use.

    What struck me was that of the several hundred people present, only a handful had a BMI of less than 35. Almost to a man they were clinically obese. Sure, many of the young men were built like refrigerators and were no doubt very strong. But I am sure their hearts and joints will all be worn out by the time they are my age (early 60s).

    What is it about Pacific Islanders and obesity?

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    • Next time your in the supermarket look what’s in their trolley and compare to the Chinese trolley.

      Asian chick stops in the fresh vege section and carefully picks some produce. The islander tears through without stopping to grab two litre fizzy drinks and piles of other carbs.

      Look at people’s bodies and how they walk then see what they got. It’s obvious.

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      • Yes. I see some horror shopping carts at the Pac n’ Sav at Glen Innes.

        What I typically buy (we cook at home a lot)
        – Fresh vegetable
        – The only frozen item I buy is oven chips (a couple of times a year)
        – Fresh dairy / cheese / yogurt / milk
        – Fresh meat / fish / eggs
        – Canned tomatoes / tuna / corn
        – Vietnamese rice / pasta / flour (Pams)
        – Coffee beans (my wife orders her tea from Kyoto)
        – Cheap red wine on special (for Fridays)

        What I often see in Polynesian shopping trundlers (apart from grinning toddlers):
        – Several 1.5-liter bottles of Coke, Sprite or Raspberry soft drink
        – Packets of Pams budget biscuits
        – Big plastic bags of frozen chicken pieces
        – Candy
        – Loaves of Tip Top white bread
        – Rarely ever fresh fruit or vegetables (apart from potatoes)
        – They then order cigarettes or tobacco at the checkout

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  13. Why has it been embargoed for 75 years???? WHY?
    Waipoua Forest. The real first peoples of New Zealand. Celts.
    *But most of the people of New Zealand do not know what was found in Waipoua Forest over the three year investigation, at a cost to the taxpayer then of $500,000. The detailed mapping and notes of the complex of stone walls, hearths, stone structures defined as altars by the archaeologists, incised obelisks, petroglyphs (rock carvings), standing stone circles, circular stone mounds and stone-lined waterways were instead sent away to remain hidden under a 75 year embargo, restricted until 2063*
    In 1988, archaeological records on the Waipoua Forest excavations were transferred from Kaikohe to the National Archives in Auckland. The Transfer of Archives form states: “Prior consultation requires approval of the Te Roroa-Waipoua Archaeological Advisory committee or other appropriate subsequent Te Roroa authority.” Te Roroa iwi around that time were engaged in a land claim of the Maunganui Bluff and Waipoua No 2 block with the Waitangi Tribunal. The transfer agreement was modified to include a 75 year moratorium and signed by DOC archaeologist Michael Taylor. It specified a 14 page index identifying all the material to be embargoed.

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    • Hunty, you have to blame the Orthodontist Friend, Helen Clark, a person who knows better than anyone else in this country, of what is good for you.

      This Buck Toothed, Harridan, with the support of Heritage New Zealand, had all the information, samples, exhibits and collections that were sent by the Dargaville Maritime Museum and it’s Curator, Noel Hilliam, to Te Papa for research and study purposes, embargoed and if my memory serves me correctly, until 2060.

      They, the peddlers of the Early settler Myth, are obviously very scared of the truth coming out, that the Canoe People were not the first settler and Colonisers of this country.

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    • https://www.aap.com.au/factcheck/nz-forest-structure-mystery-is-based-on-myth/

      But just what credibility these days can there be from a “fact checker” article, to be based on a government source.

      Where NZ public authorities declare vaccines stop’s disease in its tracks.
      That if one gets the disease, then if vaxxed then you would not transmit it further.
      The so safe, that any side effect is so rare, that benefit is far ahead of any risk, that then became called collateral damage. … yeah right …
      Why bother with a fulsome autopsy, with up to date pathologist histological staining of a range of tissues, that can differentiate between the whole covid virus, and the vaxx, that set up the just Spike protein production in one’s body.

      Sailing & navigating down & finding Antarctica which needs to be believed.
      All the traditional herbs & remedies, NOT, when the medicine man only really diagnosed “bad spirits” in your body.
      Musket wars pre 1840, that was a near self genocide which killed more than 10x what was killed in the later Maori Rebellion after 1840.
      Nunuku’s ‘Peace’ Law that protected the Chatham Islands, but then taken by, ‘might is right’, and supported legally by “right of conquest” to feed the ‘proven peaceful’ village of Parihaka.
      To allow an open debate about the original Treaty, written up in English, then translated to maori, which shows the actual intent, the thought processes behind creating the Treaty.
      Drafts known as the Littlewood Treaty, with in days of the signing .

      All calculated to not let those “lying eyes” see.

      Still what is kept on the downlow by a government back 75 year embargo where any info given out is to mislead, omit, mal-information to dis-information, while empowering other entities.

      Freedom of information, Freedom of Speech, to debate & discussion, where suppression & censorship rules, for a convenient price.

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    • ” The real first peoples of New Zealand. Celts.”

      Celts?
      All of a sudden in New Zealand?

      Now, if there was evidence of Celtic colonies in other parts of the Pacific, then it could be possible that they would have made it to New Zealand.

      Look at the Polynesian story. Permanent Polynesian communities all over the Pacific, so it is not so surprising that they made it to NZ. For the Celts to be credible candidates for the title of “me first,” I would want to see evidence that they were well into the Pacific region before striking south for the land of the long white cloud.

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      • Anyone suggesting that Celts made it to NZ is drawing a long bow as are others who suggest that the Spaniards may have preceded Maori.

        Yet to play devil’s advocate, people who discard theories as impossible often neglect factors that may have made such events possible. Any craft departing Europe would have been very reliant on ocean currents. If they made it down the west coast of Africa & got round Cape Horn the prevailing winds & currents would have them dead on course for NZ. Certainly this was the route favoured by the clipper ships of the late 19th century.

        The wind & currents are behind my favourite theory on how Polynesians settled the Eastern Pacific.

        https://www.offshoreengineering.com/wp-content/uploads/gyres-ocean-currents-world-map.jpg

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          • Yes & the currents would make any travel to Hawaii & back nearly impossible. The craft the Polynesians would have used would not have been able to point into the wind like a modern yacht so they were essentially drifting to where the currents & wind took them. If the wind was against the current that would have produced steep short waves which would have seen boats lashed together break up in the seas.

            It’s also why I think that once Maori made it to NZ they were essentially trapped with no viable way to return to Polynesia.

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        • There could be some magnetic variation or deviancy in the old magnetic compass to include Cape Horn, that seemed to be a very difficult trip to head west, & bad enough to go eastward.

          …. Any craft departing Europe would have been very reliant on ocean currents. If they made it down the west coast of Africa & got round Cape Horn [Magellan Straits etc..] , Cape of Good Hope [Durban South Africa],the prevailing winds & currents would have them dead on course for NZ. Certainly this was the route favoured by the clipper ships of the late 19th century.

          Yes was the old tea clipper from India, Ceylon & later to pick up the wool from Australia & pop north a little bit to include New Zealand on a cold southerly front for NZ.

          Not even evidence of a Polynesian magnetic compass.
          Of course impossible as stones need technology to figure their magnetism.

          For the sensitive artful, Testicles dangling in the water has been talked about as a direction pointer for those old time cultural navigators.
          There could be a trace of truth in that? so long as the testes do not become twisted. 🙂 ; As I have experienced some water pipe divination with a wire which is uncanny.

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          • ……”Testicles dangling in the water has been talked about as a direction pointer for those old time cultural navigators”……

            I brought that up as I recalled various anecdotes from a fellow blog commentator, one Black with a Vengeance (aka Offwhite with an Attitude). He made a Pacific voyage between the islands & NZ as crew on some traditional craft & mentioned that as one of the navigation aids.

            The ancient navigators would have been grasping at anything available once they got out of sight of land. No clocks, no sextants meant the stars & the rise/set of the sun was about all they had & everything else was dead reckoning.

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            • I read the same too, with a wry smile too.

              The ancient navigators would have been grasping at anything available
              Grasping or more like a Groper.
              Just a pity that the real fish Groper lives in very deep waters. 🙂

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    • You can download an app for reverse recordings.

      I downloaded a new backward comment app.

      All I got was ” Troll him now.” Ignore him.” Rest identity. ”The Ed knows. Talk about a sucker. Continue after dinner. Ronnie’s a pain. Liberals must rule.”

      No surprises there for me.🤨🤔

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  14. Met Service accuracy strikes again:
    A splash of rain, then a settled end to the weekend

    I’ve been out and disconnected the downpipes on the house because it was raining so hard water was backing up into the gutters and pouring inside the house. How do you get soaked to the skin inside and out during ‘a splash of rain’?

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  15. Attempting a Darwin ‘award’ 😳

    Man suffers third degree burns after trying to open chips with lighter
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/01/06/man-suffers-third-degree-burns-after-trying-to-open-chips-with-lighter/

    A 75-year-old man in the US state of Georgia received burns over 75% of his body when he tried to open a bag of chips with a lighter.

    “The victim…was using a lighter to open bags of chips which he was unable to do with his hands. While doing this, the man accidentally set himself on fire while sitting in a recliner,” said the town’s communications director Bruce Frazier in a statement to the New York Post.

    Maintenance workers contained the fire to the recliner using a hose until firefighters arrived.

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  16. The yoof care so much about the environment. “Be a tidy Kiwi” is long gone.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2024/01/northern-bass-organisers-call-out-retailers-some-attendees-over-abandoned-tents-camping-gear.html
    The organisers of a music festival in the Kaipara district say they are disappointed to see tents and camping gear abandoned after the event.

    In a statement, festival director Gareth Popham said they absolutely condemn the practice of leaving gear behind after festivals.

    Jepson said those who abandoned their tents after attending a music festival should be more mindful of what they left behind

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    • Oh sure, let’s blame retailers because entitled wee trust fund kiddies consider everything to be single-use and know mater and pater will spring for more stuff next time the kids just wanna be kids.
      And the organisers don’t mind clipping the ticket the easy way but can’t be bothered gathering the shit up and sticking it on trade me next time they run an overpriced and under-resourced festival.
      Just how much bloody whining do NotNewshub think we should tolerate?

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        • I seem to remember there was a lefty epiphany a few decades ago that putting rubbish bins out only encouraged people not to take their rubbish home with them.

          An excellent and well thought through revelation! //

          ANOTHER FAIL.

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          • The simple lefties are too dim to realise that not putting out bins doesn’t make rubbish disappear. At best it moves it to another site or causes it to be dropped on the ground for someone else to pick up.

            Just another expected fallout from having public policy dictated by over weight, desk bound feminists.

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    • It the use of disposable nappies that all these green supporters use that get me. I did read somewhere that it takes 100 years for them to decompose but ????? But why do they not use cloth nappies but no they use the disposable ones and never think of removing the shit in the toilet. They all catch the bus, go on and on about the earth, and greta being so right, yet they polute the earth with their ways and the more kids they have the more they use them. We had milk bottles, and cloth nappies and looked after the earth like we should but we are the bastards now, not caring enough for the earth, using plastic straws, bags from the supermarket which we would use to line the rubbish tins etc. FFS this drives me crazy. Not as bad as the shitty and wet nappies they use.

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      • lizzie@1744

        Ah, but the ‘disposable’ nappies are just so CONVENIENT for the young parents, and saves them all the problems associated with the cloth ones (You will know what I am referring to). At least, that was the line that was being pushed when ‘disposables’ first appeared and the ‘caring for the environment’ lobby hadn’t yet made themselves known..

        Now of course ‘cloth’ is almost non-existent and ‘consumer accessibility’ and ‘time saving’ has triumphed.

        And not one of the current crop of new parents know any differently…

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      • mrs sb hated disposables, she went with cloth nappies for both kids. the new ones are pretty funky, mrs sb would get custom ones made, cost a bit ($45 each for the shell) but she sold them for nearly same price a few years later once finished with them.

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  17. Tunnelling its way to be through out the West.

    Tziporela_ West is next side story
    https://youtu.be/ielqi4OkTbc
    2 mins 30 secs : Premiered Jan 5th 2024 : Tziporela Ensemble.

    No need to buy a ticket, as it will be a free booming musical show; especially for you.
    Their explosive box office success may delay reaching you, but do not fear; as they have the contacts to make sure you will know all about them.

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    • United Nations again expecting many to follow their intelligentsia :-
      .
      …. The rights groups also point out that “Bergdorf’s well-publicized activism is not pro-women. …
      .
      ….. “This person [Bergdorf] has objected to women making references to our female bodies.” ….
      .
      …. “These included saying that ‘all white people’ are ‘violent racists’ and ‘f**k you, stupid dirty and smelly n**ga.’…
      …. “There are numerous examples of homophobic messaging, using expressions like ‘faggot’ and ‘old poof,’ ‘hairy barren lesbian” and “barren…hairy dyke.’ ….
      .
      …. “In a separate incident, Bergdorf was dropped as an ambassador to a children’s charity, Childline, because of inappropriate messages which were counter to safeguarding norms.” ….

      https://slaynews.com/news/united-nations-appoints-male-transgender-womens-champion/

      — ‘Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.’ — Voltaire

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  18. At this stage there is a small New Zealand hand brake, but how long will that hold in the coming months as the system is figuring how to hook & reel all of us in.

    Bret Weinstein Exposes the World Health Organization’s Dark Agenda
    https://youtu.be/4MIESbBnA2k
    27 minutes : January 6th : Tucker Carlson

    Tucker Carlson and Bret Weinstein discuss Big Pharma and the World Health Organization’s dark agenda.

    How the concept of emergencies will be supported for further full on “mission creep” in legislation.
    Hard to track their total “Inclusiveness” & their “Definitions” to “Remedies”.

    But have we made the WHO more devious, as Tedros seems to have taken heed, so is looking to calm some of the countries resistance down.

    Just what is “Public Health” and the flow on effects to human rights, and how they come to have what seems absolute powers.

    The difficulty of investigative journalist, and just what background to be able to understand the topic, & then to be able to explain it in reasonable understandable terms.
    Let alone all the other powerful pressures.

    The new controllers are trying to unhook us from the concept of informed consent.
    Like feeding us info that is mis, dis, mal information to unhook our rights.

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