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Mrs Holy and I wish you all a very merry Christmas. Enjoy the day with family and friends.

Thank you for all your support since we ventured into the wide world of blogging. Despite a few hiccups along the way, we have survived the past nine months. I look forward to what the next twelve months brings.

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  1. Merry Xmas to all at ysb. Thanks Ed for new venture it has worked out well. Home alone this year but catching up with sister later. Grey day in Hawke’s bay but no rain.

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  2. Merry Christmas to all YSB bloggers but especially Holy and Mrs Holy. Where would we be without you? No place left for us to air our views. Thank you for the blog and all the opinions shared on it. 2020 the year for us all I hope.
    Have a wonderful day, keep safe.

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  3. I wish a very Merry Christmas to all and especially Mr and Mrs Holy.

    I had a reasonable good Christmas Eve at my daughter’s waiting my grandson to get home from hospital after a motorbike accident. He got his broken are operated on so was pretty groggy. Hope he is feeling a little better this Christmas morning.

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  4. Oh joy, oh joy, the next 12 months brings an election! Drain the swamp!
    How much should the state be paying towards Cindy bin Lyings marriage and parade?

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    • In the spirit of Christmas I wish Jacinda a happy Christmas, even Jacinda deserves a break form her annus horriblis past and the one to come.

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      • Bullshit. She just fucks off and leave the mess for others to fix up. Just like every other Liarbour Government in our history.

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        • 8 fucking weeks. Should be on a pension as retired. Worse we will pay for a fair bit of it for sure. Working holiday no doubt.

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  5. Merry Xmas and safe travels. Thank you to Mrs Holly for putting up with Mr Holly while he got through all the trying times getting his blog up and running. Its nice to have a civilized place to have a say. Politics should always be about a contest of ideas and idea’s that enahnce the living standards of all the people of the country. Here we can keep that alive.

    A couple of links for today. One from our favourite President and a great idea for ACT.

    https://snowflakevictory.com/?fbclid=IwAR2sqPBq1rG7f9EWFi-iUyT2Eu2QYLJMNBXNADkIXlwkHYqAWn_OaxrB3_A

    And the other just for enjoyment.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2QWDHjoLyo&fbclid=IwAR3smEZHfa0DZ58nb2cr9IxLWO0PwAykfoklZMRIYQNg3ds_P9WRqIafk9A

    As the Army guys say. ” Onward” and lets just add “to Freedom.”

    Onward to Freedom. .

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  6. Merry Xmas to you and mrs Ed, Ed
    And thanks once again for this blog, where as others have said we can air our opinion, without being censored.
    And Merry Xmas to you all.
    Its going to be quiet for me, as most of my family now lives in Australia, and my g/f is going to the Philippines to see her sick mother.
    Will try to catch up with my brother and my daughter and grandchildren

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  7. Merry Christmas to all and a Special shout out to any former Whale Oil readers who may be here – I feel quite refreshed.

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  8. Merry Christmas to all, and thanks to Ed, and Mrs.Ed.

    Great succinct article of just how Australia Prime Minister stands firm on many issues.

    hit out at the U.N., saying he did not want to see global organizations interfering in the governance of independent nations and “demanding conformity” of words, thoughts, and actions.
    https://climatechangedispatch.com/aussie-pm-rejects-greta-advice/

    as also https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7820759/Scott-Morrison-hits-Greta-Thunberg-comments-bushfires-climate-change.html

    Then the some climate thugs.
    98 people – 31 adults and 67 juveniles – have been dealt with by Queensland police for deliberately setting fires
    https://climatechangedispatch.com/firebugs-behind-destructive-queensland-fires/

    That will just be the ones that are caught.
    Then the real green thugs that do not allow burn backs, decent fire breaks, clean up of “dry fuel litter” etc. to be in better balance.

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      • Yes, none of this wrecking the economy on the false climate change claims.

        Unlike some making irrational virtue signalling “captain’s calls” of nonsense.

        Morrison also rejected calls to downsize Australia’s lucrative coal industry, noting Australia is the world’s largest exporter of coal and liquefied natural gas and he intends to keep it that way.

        “Australia and the Australian Government will set our policies based on Australia’s national interests, on what Australia needs to do,” Mr. Morrison told reporters

        Just hope that New Zealand has a leader emerge or grow, that can knows himself, and keep to his principles.

        cost Australia more than $52billion and jeopardise the jobs of 50,000 people involved in coal mining. ….
        ….. Four days after those demonstrations, Mr Morrison vowed those climate protesters would not be dictating energy or trade policy. …..
        …… ‘Australia’s carbon emissions are on average 50 million tonnes less per year than they were under the previous government. All achieved without a carbon tax.’ ….

        https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7820169/Prime-Minister-Scott-Morrison-rejects-climate-change-protesters-call-ban-coal-exports.html

        What really must piss of those protesters greenies, is that no carbon tax, no money sloshing around for those trough feeders, to by siphoned off to academia, judiciary, media, politicians to push those controlling socialist barrows.

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    • Just wait for Cindy to offer them “Climate Refugee” status while she is over there. Just cannot help herself meddling in other countries affairs. Cannot fix Poverdy, suicides, housing or whatever else she promised to fix, but can fuck off overseas and tell them how it should be done.

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    • @Simpleton1
      Great links thanks
      Its great to see Scott Morrison telling Greta and others that he will act for Australia not not listen to demands from global elitists.
      The world needs a few more leaders like him and Trump and Orban.

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  9. Merry Christmas to everyone on YSB and may your day be joyful and plentiful for you and yours.
    Thank you Ed and Mrs Ed for a wonderful blog that I look forward to opening every morning to see what you have brought us. Like Christmas morning 365 days a year!

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  10. Thanks for making the best blog in NZ Ed.

    And happy jesus’s birthday. Can’t have been easy for him being the kid of a solo mum back then.

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    • Merry Christmas parrot. Having some extra nutty birdseed for your Christmas feast or off up into the mountains for the juicy back fat off an unsuspecting lamb? Have a great one Kea and look forward to more of your insightful comments to open our naive eyes to the tyranny coming to our world.

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    • That Joseph must have been a daft git!
      Mary: God came to my room in the middle of the night and knocked me up. I’m still however, a virgin. Honest. Will you look after me?

      Joseph, maybe not so daft after all : well if you wont put out I’m not shelling out for a hotel room.
      My mates got a shed so we can go there. Then I’ll phone the Herald and TV3 and they can come and do a puff piece on poverdy and how women are having to give birth in converted garages and old stables.
      Media filth arrive and do a puff piece with Alan Johnson of CPAG making constant noise and Andrew Becroft tutt tutting saying ‘what has become of us?’

      Nek minute:
      Three Kings turn up with gifts.
      Tipene King, his brother Wiremu King, and their cous Hone King.
      They give gifts of gold (coins), some marijuana, and an old Mazda 323 for them to live in.
      all is well, all is bright!

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      • Thanks WG, and all the best to you and yours too.
        I’m actually in the North Island at the moment, ankle biters had to come north to visit the outlaws for Christmas. Traffic in Tauranga was abysmal on Monday, and the kids were delighted to see a McDonalds on every second street corner, whereas down on the Coast we only have one, and can avoid that with a quick deviation around the block when going through Greymouth.
        I waited until the traffic out of town started moving at about 9pm, then escaped, arriving in Auckland after midnight. Hope I never have to do that again !
        Weather on the Coast is pleasant ATM, even though we had a little snow a week or so back it is now 20’s and pleasant.

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        • Hey that’s defamitory. Kiwomble. We don’t have that many Macs around the place. Anyway we have to feed 140000 bloody jaffa migrants somehow.
          You can blame them for our traffic as well.
          And of course our raods would be better if you compatriats got rod of those Labour wokes you pout into Parliament. But you won’t even do that.
          Merry Xmas and you come back again later.
          Dig and I will buy you a beer.

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  11. Xmas luch and dinner with grandchildren.
    And their parents.
    I am very fortunate, none of them think that I can cook, and the other women folk can and do, so an easy day for me lol. 🙂

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    • Have a happy day Rachael. I am on Christmas breaky/brunch duty but the glass of bubbly will assist and then tonight my brother is taking over cooking duties so I’ll have my feet up with good food and a couple of glasses…
      Good cheer everyone. 🍸🍻 😁

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  12. Xmas quiz:

    If you pointed, on a map, at the place where Christianity began, what would that country be called today?

    And no Diggy – it’s not Arkansas USA 😉

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      • Funny Diggy. What part of Italy do you reckon jewish jesus came from? Out of curiosity…

        Hint: Forget the current country names and lines on a map.

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        • This might help….
          Santa was last seen in Mindelo, Cape Verde, off the coast of Africa. He is heading west, flying at a tremendous speed over the Atlantic toward South America. Children in North America are being alerted to Santa’s location

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        • Why do you think Christianity was called the Roman Catholic Christian Church, because it started in err Rome!
          Which is in Italy

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        • Christianity started in what is now Syria. It is 100% a Middle Eastern religious sect that was taken to Europe by the Roman’s.

          They still speak Aramaic, the language of christ, in Syria today.

          At that time there were no muslims. It was largely Jews and Christians. Islam had not been invented yet.

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            • Islam is way way closer to Judaism than Christianity. The outlier is Christianity.

              Btw… Syria’s ruling party was established by Christian’s and Assad is about as Muslim as Diggy is 🤭

              ISIS wanted to establish a sunni Islam sharia state there, backed by Saudi Arabia. As they see them as sinful and not following islam.

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  13. Merry Christmas to Mr & Mrs Holy and to everyone who contributes here to make this truly the best blog.

    The memsahib and I had the children and grandchildren round for a great Christmas Eve lunch and it was bedlam (on a nice way LOL). Looking forward to a laid back Christmas lunch today with our neighbours who are lovely friends, and tomorrow we’re off for a spot of drinking fishing on another friend’s boat out on the gulf.

    Hope all my friends here have a wonderful and warmth filled Christmas and New Year! Cheers all!

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  14. YSB determined this would be the problem with EV’s many moons ago.
    Why aren’t we running the country?
    Oh yeah..common sense is an affront to bullshit narratives and the ‘Ministry of Imagined problems’ needs funding.

    Police ‘waste’ £1.5MILLION on electric cars that they admit are useless for chasing criminals because they ‘can’t go fast enough or far enough without a battery change’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7822791/Police-waste-1-5million-electric-cars-useless-catching-criminals.html

    Merry Christmas everyone.

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    • While here in NZ the Party are forcing us into electric cars – while equipping police with fossil fueled armoured vehicles and roving kill teams in diesel SUV’S

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    • Thick as pig shit! Sack the person that made that buy and if a committe made it sack the bloody lot of them!
      1.5mill on crap! Bet they don’t tell us what they get to dump them!
      How dumb can you get!

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  15. Just a warning for any YSB’ers living or holidaying in the Bay Of Plenty.
    James Shaw is heading this way for his holidays.
    So look out and cringe.
    His family used to farm in the area.
    Good to see he takes his farming background seriously before he trashes it even more.

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  16. Merry Christmas from Wharekaho beach on the Coromadel, bit seedy today after a few to many Sailor Jerry’s, round 2 this afternoon.
    God bless everyone and stay safe.
    JN

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  17. “Half of suicide attempts in police custody made by Māori”
    Ridiculous article on Newshub, given that this is probably the same as the proportion of those in custody who are Maori.

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    • Now you’r being wracist. Those poor boys are really good boys. They are just victims of white mans colonisation.

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  18. An interesting article, not that I believe all, as the plans of mice & men, and many a slip between cup & lip,
    All the best to Britain, and get Brexit done.

    arranged for the Tory Remainers to fall on their swords, which by removing the whip reduced the Tory ranks, making them appear vulnerable enough for the opposition parties to tear up the requirement for a supermajority and vote for a general election. …..
    ….. convinced, with Johnson only having a parliamentary majority of one, that they were in a very strong position to negotiate either for a second referendum or Brexit in name only. Dismissing them, Cummings was blunt to the point of rudeness: “I don’t know who any of you are”. And they left with nothing. …..
    …… hapless rebels had no coherent plan other than to threaten, and their bluff was called. ….. …. purge the parliamentary party of serial rebels than to be beholden to them.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/post-brexit-planning-establishment-due-enormous-shake

    Potentially a great result, and now to lead, educate & deliver, to show that there is an alternative to socialism.
    Go Boris & team to deliver a real establishment shake up, & do not get bogged down by government bureaucracies.

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  19. If I had a dollar for every time socialism worked, I’d have $0.00 dollars.

    Coincidentally, If it did work, I’d have $0.00 dollars.

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  20. Easier to brain wash these university students?
    Money to flow for “bums on seats”, for lecturers and to give tenure & sinecure to “distinguished” “emeritus” in academia

    Year 12 students with some of the lowest university entrance rankings in the state are being offered spots in tertiary teaching courses.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7821863/High-school-leavers-low-university-entrance-rankings-offered-spots-teaching-degrees.html

    Then expect a salary to live an “easy life”.
    I know that there are some good teachers, but this seems to be the trend.

    Would these near failures be a sort of a plan of being able to identify and have feelz with their future failing students and supposedly be more effective. 🙁

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  21. by Chris-M | 24th Dec 19, 11:23am

    What America (UK and NZ ) Need.

    – and also afford to pay higher wages. The immigration fuelled low wage economy is probably the largest factor in our chronic productivity performance. If we import enough low cost labour, then we could possibly compete with the Bangladesh garment industry. But what is the point in that. (of course we would need people to be living in shanties at a subsistence level. – sound familiar? not that far of the living conditions that some of our people experience any way)
    It is simple.
    -Less immigrants
    -Less housing pressure (reduce/eliminate accommodation cost government subsidies)
    -Higher wages force employers to chase higher productivity so they can pay the higher wages. (eliminate government wage related subsidies)
    -Those enterprises that cannot cut the mustard, fail. And so they should. We should not worry because we will all be on higher wages. The labour market will self balance at the highest wage level.
    – Increasing wages will increase the CPI and raise interest rates; which will undermine the capital speculation ponsie scheme, directing capital into the required productivity increasing investments.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/opinion/103126/what-america-needs-are-policies-shape-direction-technological-development-and-restore

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  22. Things we already are aware of, but this sort of puts how it is being used by the media and spliced into our lives.

    From witch craft, paternalism opposition,
    more Greta connections,
    to generational NZ “boomer”
    https://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/greta-boomers-and-witchcraft-the-hidden-agendas-of-2019/
    Are their connections? do they have a purpose? agenda?

    Is it just life, ever changing, or do we need to keep our guard up, as some malevolence is always looking to take an opportunity.
    To be principled in what appears to be an unprincipled world.
    What are those principles based on? As then it is pushed that maybe you have no feelz?
    So how do you feel now? Are other principles need to activated?

    http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/this-is-america-10-examples-that-show-how-dramatically-the-u-s-has-changed-as-we-approach-2020
    Showing some of the changing principles, just the small changes.
    Is it in the right direction?, Some times said to make more “freedom”

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    • They should tell the ambassador to get fucked. I am sick of hearing their disgusting lies and fake history about the magnificent Nazis.

      The people of Asia suffered a real “holocaust” under the Japanese with 10 million dead.

      A few jews died in the war they caused. They got off lightly.

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        • What the jews teach about jesus and his whore mother:

          Insults Against Blessed Mary, Sanhedrin 106a, says Jesus’ mother was a whore: “She who was the descendant of princes and governors played the harlot with carpenters.” Also in footnote #2 to Shabbat 104b it is stated that in the “uncensored” text of the Talmud it is written that Jesus mother, “Miriam the hairdresser,” had sex with many men. “Jesus was a bastard born of adultery.” (Yebamoth 49b, p.324). “Mary was a whore: Jesus (Balaam) was an evil man.” (Sanhedrin 106a &b, p.725). “Jesus was a magician and a fool. Mary was an adulteress”. (Shabbath 104b, p.504).

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        • And no not just China. Japan conquered more territory than anyone. Their ruthlessness appalled the noble Nazis.

          The allies did not prosecute them if they agreed to share results from their medical experiments.

          The fact you don’t know any of this proves how effective the malfeasance lies and decay of the jew is.

          The entire world should have got behind the Nazis.

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  23. Melbourne council offers refugees and asylum seekers detained in hotel free access to services

    A Melbourne council has offered a group of refugees and asylum seekers being detained in a suburban hotel free access to its libraries, leisure centres and sporting clubs. … At least 40 men who were brought to Australia under the country’s medevac transfer scheme have been held at the Mantra Hotel in Preston, in Melbourne’s north. The medevac bill was passed in February and came into effect in March, allowing refugees and asylum seekers in offshore detention to be transferred to Australia for urgent medical treatment that cannot be provided in the offshore detention facility.

    The Mantra Hotel seems luxurious. And, looking at the photos of the men, none of them looks like they need “urgent medical treatment”. They look in good shape, actually. What do others think?

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    • Send them all back next week to any muslim country they wish on the back of a Hercules with a free parachute.
      They do not deserve to step on western soil.
      They will just cause problems and huge expense for the rest of their miserable lives.

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  24. Don’t throw up your Christmas lunch. 🤢
    Could the false smile be any bigger!

    Jacinda Ardern reveals Christmas message after ‘tough year’ for New Zealand
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/12/jacinda-ardern-reveals-christmas-message-after-tough-year-for-new-zealand.html

    “I know for me, I’m going to be focused on just continuing the work we’ve done this year, to keep going and keep making progress on some of those big challenges.”

    Another fail then!

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    • Please excuse me if I don’t click your link – no wish to lose lunch.
      Why do we have to hear from SLG and the Queen’s message doesn’t appear to be broadcast.

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      • Correction: HM Queen’s Christmas message is to be broadcast on TV1 at 6.50pm.
        Didn’t appear on Skyguide earlier, and still doesn’t appear in search.

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    • The only tough things for NZ this year was the gun law change and the White Island Tragedy.
      (aside from the Green party drivel and NZF and the Labour pardy)

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      • You forget the tea towel on the head incident and the public’s enduring her constant drivel and poor pronunciation of good english words. God help us if she decides to learn the murri language and converses in that. It wouldn’t be pidgeon english but bastardised maori.

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    • So is so deluded.
      She thinks she is a world leader like the Queen making a Xmas Speech or the US President making their State Of The Union address.

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  25. Ain’t we lucky thst newpaper puts so much beind the paywall.
    The quicker they go broke!
    Not worth the visit!

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  26. Looks like the the weather witches are at it again. Seems the polar bear population increase is due to white privilege.
    We are now required to sympathize with the plight of the brown and black bears.
    I volunteer those twats to hug a bear.

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  27. And it’s on again!

    ‘Extraordinary outpouring of generosity’: Auckland City Mission dishes up 1600 free Christmas lunches

    The hungry, the homeless, the elderly and those who just wanted some company descended on the Cloud on Auckland’s waterfront today for some delicious festive food at the Auckland City Mission’s Christmas lunch.

    Exhibit A: The Tupou family and their relatives from Tonga were also enjoying the festivities. Wahine Tupou has visited for almost 10 years – she brought her extended family from Tonga, a whole table full of kids, happily chowing down on the roast potatoes, ham and chicken drumsticks. WTF – relatives come from as far as Tonga for some company free food.

    Exhibit B: Guest Jason Burton-Miller said coming to the lunch had been a “blessing”. Yes, some company free food is a “blessing”.

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      • I feel sorry for the volunteers who work hard to put on the event. You’re not supposed to be judgemental, of course, but I’m sure the non-needy bludgers are easy to spot. And for each non-needy bludger, there’s a needy person who misses out.

        If you look at the photos in this article, there appears to be at least two tables of tourists or non-locals who turned up for free food.

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  28. Nasska and Stigie haven’t checked in yet. Is it possible that they went to the City Mission Christmas lunch with Stephieboy?

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  29. Oh dear how sad. The greenies will be running to hide. Their bullshit has been blown out the door or should I say into the atmosphere.

    New data is revealing that the bush fires currently raging through Australia have already emitted more than half of the country’s 2018 annual carbon dioxide emissions. Niels Andela, an assistant research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland and collaborator with the Global Fire Emissions Database estimates that the fires have pumped out a combined 306 million tons of carbon dioxide since August 1, according to TIME.

    https://interestingengineering.com/over-half-of-australias-2018-annual-carbon-emissions-already-emitted-this-year-due-to-bushfires?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Article&utm_campaign=organic&utm_content=Dec24&fbclid=IwAR0sFCh8uiZ1l5swxIw83j69N4wOO8w2cabHNaTzRby8SXle1FGYIv_DBCo

    Scmo will be up to his bald head into the shit now.
    All because the Greenies won’t agree to deloading the forests of combustible material.

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    • Yer and it’s lifechanging for some of them aussies with the fires burning down houses, farms, shops and entire towns aswell!

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  30. See the media reported Ardern as “revealing” her Christmas speech. As if it’s a profound revelation.

    In reality it was a contrived and unconvincing piece of narcissistic self promotion. She is not only a horrible leader but also a disgusting human being.

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    • She needs to be introduced to nasska’s Academy of Accelerated Learning Nostra.

      Many, many years ago, as a young lad freshly expelled from college, I got my first job on a Wairarapa sheep & beef farm. Saturday’s work schedule included killing & dressing a few cull muttons for dog tucker & whatever the boss’s wife needed for the fridge.

      On one occasion the boss had his nephew staying for the school holidays. A callow, weedy little wanker of about fourteen horrible winters he was fascinated yet repulsed by watching the sheep being killed so I decided to up the entertainment factor. I grabbed him, bent his neck over my leg & ran the leather scabbard of the knife over his overworked windpipe. He ran inside, both hands wrapped around his throat screaming that he’d been killed.

      I was in a power of shit for a few days after but it was worth it! 🙂

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        • Negatory Kea. I’ve given that sacrificing racket a miss for a few years now.

          Last time I burnt a bull as atonement for my sins the bloody neighbours used the RMA to lay a complaint about the smoke nuisance. Apparently they didn’t appreciate the “soothing aroma” the same as the Lord. 🙂

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      • Nasska:

        Your teaching style is unique but, by the sounds of it, effective!

        Now, getting back to my musing above, did you enjoy spending time with Stephieboy at the City Mission Christmas lunch? And did he behave himself? And I heard something about Stigie and an accident with a chicken drumstick?

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    • Should have tackled her, held her down and called emercancey services out to her! Obverisly not right in the head!

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