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  1. Our health system iso good that we don’t need to scan anyone coming in to NZ for Corona virus.
    Some official idiot says our risk is low
    Has they been to Chowick or has they ever been to Auckland Airport?

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    • I assume you’re talking about Julie Anne Genter. Obviously wasn’t paying attention to the measles and Samoa. Too busy threatening Wellington Council and getting photos with her virtue velo.

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    • I suppose this is what you get with a minister of religion and JAG who is more worried about cars and motorways in charge of the health system. Bloody hell what a total f**k up again. Could this col get any worse?

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      • Howick in the South Eastern Suburbs of Auckland which is renowned for having a very large Chinese population.

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        • …was known 30 years ago …
          When the Chinese people started coming to NZ
          Now they are spread around and central Auckland has more than 25% Asian people.
          Some people live in last century.

          For current enclaves and congregation you would be better looking at the Saffers who significantly circle their wagons around Browns Bay/Long Bay.
          A voortrekkers stand!

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    • 26 have died from it.

      12,500 a week die from ordinary flu. You have a mental health emergency if you are worried about coronavirus.

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      • Fact: Infectious diseases have killed more people than all the wars in history combined. Infectious diseases have been the scourge of humanity since the advent of civilization.

        Fact: C. diff (Clostridium Difficile Colitis) has killed more people than Ebola and can live outside the body for 70 to 90 days.
        Fact: Ebola virus has been found in bodily fluids 500 days after the patient was considered safe.
        Fact: Tuberculosis is one of the fastest growing communicable diseases in the world.
        Fact: At any given time, 20% of the population has staph. It is usually transmitted after contact with the eyes, nose, and throat triangle.

        Did that get your attention? Good!

        Say the words Forensic Restoration® and immediately someone will say, “Oh, like crime scene cleaning?” While crime and trauma scene cleaning and restoration are important parts of forensic restoration, as my grandmother used to say, “It takes a lot more than apples to make a good apple pie.”

        Hoarding/unsanitary dwelling clean up, drug lab, animal fecal matter, acts of terrorism, bio-terrorism, and yes, infectious disease control and management, are part of the forensic restoration pie.

        https://www.randrmagonline.com/articles/87718-infectious-disease-101-you-create-the-protocol?fbclid=IwAR1XH4KAcQMW5aWCPJA2hHF58wQSfr2b_Ah5nAefibB-AsF9fCWXTYObsnY

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  2. Do we have the scanning unit technology in New Zealand?
    Or has Ardern spent all the money on extra payments for beneficiaries?

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        • Why do official government valuations place a premium on seaside properties?

          Why are the homes of the wealthy not valued as worthless, given they are about to become seabed?

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          • It’s okay, the massive rise in sea level crisis has been put back to 2050 as the previously predicted dates have now passed without incident. 🤡🤡🤡

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            • Yeah Nah
              It will all be over in 2031
              Forget the big ol’ earthquake in Napier in 1931

              Greta said last year – 12 years
              so now 11.5 years
              I mean Greta has advanced degrees in Physics, Applied Math, Economics, oh and Sociology.
              All this in 16 years and while be saddled with selective mutism; Autism, truckloads of anger; bolshie bad parents, and growing up in a country saddled with ‘extreme socialism’

              Think of all those achievements with all those challenges and. well, the girl must me correct.
              2050 will not happen.//

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    • Could be a little too late by the time they get a seat in Government DigNap15. Then again. this could be as bad as the Bird flue and swine flue of several years ago, and not as bad as first thought. maybe?? maybe not why would they risk it aye??.

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  3. See, it can be done

    On the ladder: Milking job paid for first house by 19th birthday
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/homed/first-homes/119001549/on-the-ladder-milking-job-paid-for-first-house-by-19th-birthday

    His mum asked what he wanted to do when he left school, and he told her he wanted to have his own house before his 21st birthday. “One night at the dinner table Mum and Dad talked about how hard it was getting to buy.

    “I thought if I start saving now, it might not be so hard and they helped me make a budget.”

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  4. Coronavirus: A flu-like virus which can mutate. It’s resistant to treatment while leading to pneumonia & possible death.

    Koranovirus: A religious text intended to infect the brain. Can lead to madness & 72 virgins.

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  5. A new study found that people who take their coffee black are more likely to exhibit psychopathic traits.
    And people who order a quad shot, non-fat, vanilla soy, extra foam, light whip with caramel drizzle are more likely to be their victims.

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      • Yer, the poor bastard that takes it black, got pissed of waiting in line, behind the snowflake that wantd his with a quad shot, non-fat, vanilla soy, extra foam, light whip with extra caramel drizzle!
        I don’t blame him, I would kill him myself, if I was stuck in line behind him!

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            • Interesting you should say that.
              Yesterday, after another 10 hr work day, I needed to get a prescription filled.
              Across the road from the chemist is a McDonalds. I saw, what in my estimation, was a 5ft 5″, 122.6 kg tent model, wearing a pair of two size too small, jeans, exit the fast food outlet.
              Under her left arm she carried a young tot by the waist, screaming and kicking.
              With her right arm outstretched, in her hand, with pinky raised, she carried her cache of essential life giving sustenance.
              Yep. I sure appreciate seeing the gluttony I am paying for.

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  6. FYI.

    22 February 2017
    Inside the Chinese lab poised to study world’s most dangerous pathogens

    A laboratory in Wuhan is on the cusp of being cleared to work with the world’s most dangerous pathogens. The move is part of a plan to build between five and seven biosafety level-4 (BSL-4) labs across the Chinese mainland by 2025, and has generated much excitement, as well as some concerns.
    “It will offer more opportunities for Chinese researchers, and our contribution on the BSL‑4-level pathogens will benefit the world,” says George Gao, director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Laboratory of Pathogenic Microbiology and Immunology in Beijing. There are already two BSL-4 labs in Taiwan, but the National Bio-safety Laboratory, Wuhan, would be the first on the Chinese mainland.

    https://www.nature.com/news/inside-the-chinese-lab-poised-to-study-world-s-most-dangerous-pathogens-1.21487

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  7. Cindy’s sexism – apparent for all to see

    So the year starts with commie chic Cindy showing her neo-liberal colours by blatantly discriminating against feminist icon and pregnant bike riding watermelon Julie-Anne “No! It’s purely a coincidence that my husband’s company is getting government transport contracts now that I’m an Associate Transport Minister” Gender oops GENTER.

    After JAG’s brilliant and highly successful handling of the extraordinarily well-managed and contained measles epidemic, it’s clear signs of blatant sexism that Cindy puts a male in charge of the Chinky flu apocalypse. It’s obviously sexism that’s caused this because no one in their right mind would imagine that David “tits for hands” Clark has been given the job because he’s more competent than the “most open and transparent evah” Genter woman. Admittedly, it is a tough call to actual measure who is more pathetically useless out of the two of them – but that just lends weight to my argument that it is sexism.

    But it’s OK, Cindy wants us to believe that she “Never told a lie in politics and doesn’t think there’s a need to” because she’s signing up to the infinitely corrupt and lying Facebook ‘transparency tool’. And of course, all of us sheeple are supposed to believe her because she pulled her droopy ’empathy’ face when trying that bullshit on. We’re supposed to forget that all her social media kiddy friends have spent the last 10 years censoring anyone who they consider to be 1mm rightof Stalin.

    If only we had an electable leader of the opposition 🙁

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  8. Live facial recognition cameras to keep eye on London
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/01/live-facial-recognition-cameras-to-survey-london.html

    British police are to start operational use of live facial recognition (LFR) cameras in London, despite warnings over privacy from rights groups and concerns expressed by the government’s own surveillance watchdog.

    First used in the capital at the Notting Hill carnival in 2016, the cameras will alert police when they spot anyone on “wanted” lists.

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  9. The coronavirus – mental health outbreak – is far worse than I understood.

    Millions of stupid people have succumb to mass hysteria over 26 people dying- while ignoring the tens of thousands dying from garden variety seasonal flu.

    I think infected imbeciles should be euthanized to prevent it spreading and contaminating humanity with stupidity.

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    • If you actually believe the CCP reports Kea. Just like the official death toll from Chernobyl stands at only 60…. Still as the CCP will soon discover, you reap what you sow.

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  10. In-bred brother of pedophile Prince, father of ginga future McDonald burger flipper let’s down the UK again

    Big fucking mistake from the moron the Queen is resolutely staying alive for all she’s worth to keep off the throne. It’s great to see an example of how the UK monarchy will come to an end once Chucky – the man who wants to be a tampon – becomes King.

    Trump knows who is friends are and he is unforgiving with his enemies. The Queen got on like a house on fire with Trump over dinner and clearly Chucky is deeply threatened by that relationship. As is so often the case it seems to me to boil down to a religious problem – Chucky is a huge devotee of the Climate Apocolypse (despite spewing 6 tonnes of CO2 to get to Davos – fucking hypocrite) and the US is proving daily that the Paris Accord and man-made global warming is a huge con.

    Trump will exact revenge for this and it’ll hurt all of the UK, Proof once again that the last person the UK needs on the throne is tampon man. What a dickhead.

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  11. If you want to see what a fascist organisation FB is then watch this.

    Thanks to Simpleton1 for posting a couple of days ago. Watched with fascination and growing alarm for our freedom of speech. The head of FB in Denmark makes some alarming claims as to why Tommy Robinson was banned as he is clearly seen by the establishment left as an uneducated yob, a major “deplorable” who must be shut down for the sake of their global order. The Streisand effect has meant the plotters against him have had trouble achieving their goals of shutting him down.

    “Tommy Robinson – Acceptance Speech For Sappho Award [hosted by the Free Speech Society]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=237&v=FSHQ7jsrR-k&feature=emb_logo
    1 hour 17 minutes 36 secs.

    When you can, take the time to watch.
    Allow for a bit more time, as you mull over some parts, or even repeat segments.” – Simpleton1

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    • Look at what came out in the investigation into the conspiracy theory that Trump was working for Russia.

      It 100% proved FB tried to influence the election along with other social media.

      Propaganda and censorship works on most people. Just look at the lies told about world war 2.

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      • I see the President is freaking out and calling the Chinese all sorts of names and…..and, fear and misery and the end is nigh.

        China has been working very hard to contain the Coronavirus. The United States greatly appreciates their efforts and transparency. It will all work out well. In particular, on behalf of the American People, I want to thank President Xi!

        https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1220818115354923009

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    • thanks wg.
      That needs a lot more showing.
      An understanding about TR and making him an example, but his perseverance, has exposed the media’s tricks.

      It is more widespread, and so alarming when thinking how the media seek to control on many other discussions, debates. and issues

      Free Speech Censored By Social Media
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=85&v=Ied-l5gKY0I&feature=emb_logo
      1 minute 25 secs. ; Jan 21, 2020

      Tommy Robinson telling how the face book automatic removed the accounts by logarithms of Danish MP’s on mentioning TR, then had to reinstate them the next day, because of the ramifications of deleting members of Parliament. and their followers could see the censorship. 🙂

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      • “Free Speech Censored By Social Media”
        Yes you have been S1, Tommy’s link doesn’t play more than for 2 seconds before a different link drops in. Censorship of what we watch!

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        • Thanks wg.
          I think I sort of know what has happened.
          The video somehow starts at the end, then goes to the next video.

          I have just tried it, and fortunately for me, it goes into replay action so it starts again for me.

          It is funny though googling the name of the video, and plus utube, and Tommy Robinson and seeing the articles of problems about all this censorship.

          Will look later for another link to post, but must be out and about now.

          Enjoy the Utube Greta, hanging by a thread in a Communist county, posted below 🙂

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  12. Looks like the Red Cross have created a massive negative “image” of themselves with their handling of the money raised for bush fire victims. I do not think this will go away in a hurry. All they have done, in a very big open way, is confirm what many have thought about these big charity organisations, for a long time, when it comes to handling donations.

    I think the Aussie Red Cross could be open to a fraud case –if you say you are raising money via donations for the bush fire victims and then say, once a large part of that money is raised, that a significant amount will be put into reserves for future events or administration then to me that is fraudulent action.

    This a shame because they (normally the volunteers) have done some great work over the years.

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    • Philanthropy is a tax dodge for the rich.
      I’ve given a lot to charities in the past. I woke up. No more.
      Why the hell would anybody hand their hard earned cash to an organisation, to hire a financial phlebotomist, to pay a wealthy diplomat to eat meat, fly to his neighbours house, encourage his daughters best friend to plat her hair and stand at big peoples meetings to complain about the summer heat, during winter.

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    • I was talking to my Aunty in AU last weekend and she was telling me people are waking up to the Red Cross.

      Donations are slowing down and people catch wind of the various frauds.
      The Red Cross are dubious.

      My Aunty worked for the Smith Family charity in AU about 30 years ago
      They are a children’s charity in Australia
      They used to be effective.
      I see on their website they now say
      …Today, one in six Australian children and young people are living in poverty*, where even life’s basics are hard to come by….
      It looks like They have been taken over by the hoodlums as have Red Cross, Oxfam (in NZ Twyford and Green party ex MP Barry Coates) and Alan Johnson at Salvation Army.

      Basically in the UK now you join OxFam to do sex tours of third world countries.

      It seems Fred Hollows Foundation is still doing good work.
      Not many others.

      we need more sites like these
      https://www.fastcompany.com/2682301/the-5-worst-charities-in-the-united-states

      The Red Cross was allowed to run the Christchurch Earthquake fund.
      That never sat well with me.

      I remember in the 1980s the TV Telethons were problematic.
      Eg from the 1983 telethon less than 10% had been distributed 2 years alter.
      The board still met every month to yik yak, collect expenses, and F.. all else.

      Kea is correct re the ‘charities’
      Most have been infiltrated.
      But they are stellar at burning fossil fuel to attend symposiums (overseas) so they are even better at doing ‘no good works’

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  13. Hypocrisy from our lefty urban dwelling greenies. Not a peep from the environmental protesters. If this was a dairy farm there would be calls for a lynching, fines and worse. A bunch of hypocrites who need to stump up a chunk of rates to rebuild their ailing sewerage system. Now!!

    Trucks ‘operate around the clock’ to take sludge after Wellington waste pipe fails
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/118981670/trucks-operate-around-the-clock-to-take-sludge-after-wellington-waste-pipe-fails

    Contractors will make about 300 trips a day to truck millions of litres of sludge to a landfill after another wastewater pipe failed in Wellington.

    Wellington Water said 13 trucks were operating round the clock to transport the sludge 10 kilometres from the Moa Point treatment plant on Wellington’s southern coast to the Southern Landfill.

    The one-hour round trips – about 300 a day – would be made for at least the next month while repairs were made to two pipes which ran through a tunnel beneath Mt Albert.

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    • Wellington is full of shit anyway. I’ve never met such insincere out of touch wankers. It’s scary.

      Of course there are some smart ones and genuine good buggers. As with most of my comments, I’m speaking collectively. Eg. I know good bugger Wellington Jews.

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  14. Bernie Monkseems to think he knows better when it comes to Pike River Mine after mother of Pike River Mine victim says ‘enough is enough,’Re-entry has already spent to much. Then mother Marion Curtin of son Richard Holling who never came home from the tragedy said so much taxpayers money spent for no clear reason.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12303113
    Curtin wants to see the Recovery agency publish a statement of accounts showing exactly how the millions have been spent.

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  15. the latest political joke from that first mover twyford.
    Transport
    Twyford eyes commuter trains for Hamilton and Tauranga

    2020 could be the start of a new era for two of New Zealand’s fastest growing cities, Dileepa Fonseka reports

    Sweeping regional plans likely to be released this year could bring commuter rail to two of New Zealand’s fastest growing cities.

    Spatial plans are in the works for six high growth regions, aiming to link housing and zoning policies with transport networks across whole regions developed over 30-year timespans.

    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/2020/01/22/991808/hamilton-and-tauranga-rapid-transit?fbclid=IwAR1n5ItQo-MxvYYwjrEnuoZazdLQMThKBTTm-KyTIWz2nTr2uIG-NOiO1Os#

    The sad thing is our local mayors beleive this arsewipe.

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    • “The SH1 Cambridge to Piarere project – an extension of the Waikato expressway – has been reconfigured to meet new safety priorities with no funding set aside for a full extension of the expressway.
      Similarly, Tauranga’s Northern Link is on hold after an evaluation of the project in 2018 found that the four-lane highway didn’t meet new priorities for rapid transit in the Government Policy Statement (GPS) on Transport.
      It has been reconfigured as a two-lane project with the option of two additional “multi-modal” lanes – walking, cycling or public transport – and would need to demonstrate it prioritises public transport to get funded.

      “Both Hamilton and Tauranga have had huge investments in motorway networks and road networks. You put decent public transport and rapid transit alongside that and they’ll be setup for generations to come,” he said.
      “The idea is to provide a better public transport system based around a rapid transit spine so that you’re removing that car dependency.”

      Yeah/Nah Phil. We don’t want cheesecutters, and walking and cycle lanes tacked on to our existing inadequate roads. We want and need safer new motorways. Saying we have had huge investment is because the traffic is horrific and getting worse so we require our motorways extended – it’s an ongoing process. Trains and buses don’t work for most who travel between cities.

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    • Do not say the rates are going to go up.
      Just that some special rate will be levied.

      But both cities could meet the cost of the service by levying a special rate on properties located close to commuter stations, he believed.

      But do not tell any one yet how high those rates will be, and because that will be considered a bit too high, then the other areas that receive no benefit will also have to contribute to the special commuter zones too.
      Well they are rich people too, so also should pay.
      So overall the rates will go up.

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      • Why should the ratepayer be charged an extra tax because they llive close to a bloody station!
        They might walk to work or drive the other way.
        Why not charge the commuters the going rate and not subsides the train!

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        • Because it is believed that all property owners will benefit from increased capital values on their property.
          Rate payers are a captured guaranteed payer, and have to accept all demands with menaces, or forfeit their property, but supposedly profitably as they receive a higher price. hmmm.

          In one part of the game, the rents will be extra high. 🙂

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    • I encourage you all to have a serious look at what is around you should you visit central Wellington. I have never seen so many inferior specimens anywhere in the world.

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      • They’re a weird mob over the Hill Kea. I used to haul livestock over to Ngauranga & Gear Meat in Petone two or three times a week. Even then the difference between the warm sunny Wairarapa & the cold gloom of the Hutt Valley was palpable. You’d see the poor bastards leaning into the wind & rain heading off to the station to be packed into trains & freighted to their miserable offices to spend eight hours performing meaningless work.

        My passengers had it good by comparison. 🙂

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        • It has gone backwards since then. The despair and torment is noticeable. Huge numbers of people constantly wear headphones to drown out any thought while peering sullenly at their phones.

          Yet drive a few kilometers up the coast and you dont see that. People are in the present there.

          The scary thing is these zombies run our country.

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  16. So much for Japanese workers being diligent.

    Postie hoarded mail for 17 years ’cause he couldn’t be bothered delivering it
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/01/postie-hoarded-mail-for-17-years-cause-he-couldn-t-be-bothered-delivering-it.html

    Police have launched an investigation into the hoarding, but it might not take long. The 61-year-old has already told them he didn’t do it because it was “too much bother”, Kyodo News reported.

    Officials in Kanagawa became suspicious last year, and presented evidence to police linking him with 1000 undelivered items.

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    • It’s true that stock dogs don’t always come from the huntawaybeardie/border collie heritage we see in NZ. I’ve never seen a dachshund do much more than clean up dropped pikelet crumbs but I’m open to the idea that on occasions even the most unlikely foot warmer can surprise us.

      Many moons & quite a few suns ago I was installed in the local watering hole when the publican asked me to come & help to move a few steers for an old bloke who had a small property down the road a bit. I didn’t have any dogs with me but mine host reckoned he had that under control. He was going to take his wife’s dog to help.

      His wife’s pet was a Pembroke Corgi which periodically waddled from the kitchen to the bar & spent most of its time sprawled out in front of the logfire. I wasn’t overly impressed but the publican had owned a station out the coast so off we went.

      There were about two dozen two year old steers & they were stroppy bastards. When the gate was opened the corgi went round the back of them, singled out a troublemaker & sank its teeth into his hock. The steer took off through the gateway followed by its mates who obviously weren’t keen for the same treatment.

      I was impressed. The little bastard had rediscovered the Welsh cattle dog genes he had hidden under his fat little body. 🙂

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      • Your publicans corgi was probably sick of eating piklet crumbs and fancied some raw steak. 😊

        I remember my dad moving a mob of sheep without a dog, The sheep may have been confused at a man running at them with his arms outspread and barking like a dog but the exercise was effective!

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  17. Now that the Coronavirus is on its way here
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/world/408141/first-australian-coronavirus-case-confirmed-41-now-dead-in-china

    and NZ hasn’t got the capacity to test for the virus (will have to send samples to Oz)…..

    Are you folks prepared for a couple of weeks/months isolation?

    Should I rush down to Kaiti Mall and buy up all the Baked Beans, tea bags and dunny paper now, or wait until the authorities declare an emergency?

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    • With all the electrons being disturbed over the latest version of Chicken Little I’d be inclined to wait for a bit before stacking pallets of baked beans in the attic Maggy. 🙂

      But with all of the conjecture & hyperbole doing the rounds the one thing that I can’t find is the actual death rate amongst those who contact the virus. Have you seen any hard data?

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      • It’s 3-4% based on the figures we’ve been fed to date (41 dead, 1300 cases); but it’s early days….
        the truth could be very different…. It might be a fizzer, or it might not.
        I reckon we will have to see how the virus behaves out of China….

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        • Personally I dont care either way. The world needs a reality check to remind them Trump and the weather are not the real threats to humanity.

          I have even less concern for a country where Ardern is preferred PM. I hope we die in the thousands screaming in agony.

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    • Maggie with respect you live in Gisborne. That is isolation extreme anyway.
      we will ship you in a few tins of watties or something.
      yopu have got your own brewery there so you should be good for a couple of years.

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      • That is so thoughtful; I’m getting too long in the tooth to indulge in the old family practice of poaching, especially with so much competition hereabouts.

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  18. It’s quarter to 5pm, 30deg Outside, and I’m getting Cabin Fever….

    I’m gonna risk it…..
    If I don’t come back online, global warming got me!

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            • A sparkling water and some sparkling conversation with the locals?

              How’s your lime tree. Watching out for scale I hope. 🌱

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              • No carbonated beverages whatsoever.

                I’m cheap to keep…
                justTea (copious quantities) and tap water – well chlorinated. (and a flat white / day)

                In the end, I didn’t get a Lime for Cleo… She got a Yellow Guava instead.

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            • ……”No booze, baccy or bonking”……

              Me neither. It wasn’t what I had planned but that’s the way it turned out. 🙂

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            • Triple B!!!
              Maggie Pie gets her man to come home during the day by having a supply of Krispy Kreams on hand!

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        • Maggy…an hour up the road and it’s just starting to cool down…
          Your comment last night about boiling seas, reminded me of Spike Milligan’s World of the Beach Comber from over 50 years ago…

          “…and the mountains will run down to the sea, and the sea will boil, and the land will be plagued with fire and pestilence..,the rest of the day will be slightly overcast with the odd shower about the western ranges”.

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          • Nearly as bad as that reported in “Ghostbusters” 1984:

            Dr. Peter Venkman: This city is headed for a disaster of biblical proportions.

            Mayor: What do you mean, “biblical”?

            Dr Ray Stantz: What he means is Old Testament, Mr. Mayor, real wrath of God type stuff.

            Dr. Peter Venkman: Exactly.

            Dr Ray Stantz: Fire and brimstone coming down from the skies! Rivers and seas boiling!

            Dr. Egon Spengler: Forty years of darkness! Earthquakes, volcanoes…

            Winston Zeddemore: The dead rising from the grave!

            Dr. Peter Venkman: Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!

            Mayor: All right, all right! I get the point!

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  19. It seems that an arsonist, most likely going by the name of “Climate Change” has been very busy in Bendigo. 🙁

    Saturday, 25 January 2020 11:15
    Bendigo Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for public information following an ongoing series of grass fires in the Bendigo region.

    The fires are most commonly ignited on Fridays just before midnight.

    The incidents under investigation are:

    • Midland Highway, Burnewang on 8 November 2019 about 11.20pm

    • Elmore-Barnadown Rd, Goornong on 8 November 2019 just before midnight

    • Elmore-Barnadown Rd, Avonmore on 22 November 2019 about 11:30pm

    • English’s Bridge Rd, Myola on 22 November 2019 about 11.38pm

    • Elmore-Barnadown Rd, Avonmore on 29 November 2019 about 11.25pm

    • Elmore-Barnadown Rd, Goornong on 29 November 2019 about 11.26pm

    • Elmore-Barnadown Road, Goornong on 13 December 2019 about 3.25pm

    • Elmore-Barnadown Rd, Goornong on 13 December 2019 about 3.29pm

    • McManus Rd, Colbinabbin on 13 December 2019 about 3.47pm

    • Midland Highway, Girgarre East on 13 December 2019 about 3.58pm

    • Midland Highway, Carag Carag on 13 December 2019 about 10.29pm

    • Midland Highway, Corop on 13 December 2019 about 10.43pm

    • Midland Highway, Burnewang on 13 December 2019 about 10.46pm

    • Midland Highway, Elmore on 13 December 2019 about 10.46pm

    • Northern Highway, Runnymede on 13 December 2019 about 10.51pm

    • Northern Highway, Toolleen on 13 December 2019 about 11.10pm

    • Axedale-Toolleen Rd, Axedale on 13 December 2019 about 11.42pm

    • Elmore-Barnadown Rd, Goornong on 17 January 2020 about 11.34pm

    • Plant Rd, Fosterville on 18 January 2020 about 7.46am

    Bendigo Crime Investigation Unit Detective Acting Sergeant Andrew Heazlewood said police were treating the fires very seriously
    https://www.police.vic.gov.au/public-appeal-following-nineteen-suspicious-fires-bendigo-area

    Perhaps some likely people who may be friends of “Climate Change” and have a “doomer” ideology, should account for their whereabouts in the late evenings.

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  20. Here is the reverse of what was done to demonize and shut down Tommy Robinson as he exposed the media and establishment
    The workings of making a saint, that is SAINT GRETA.

    Greta Thunberg Incorporated: The Exposé
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=108&v=TTXdhTwO320&feature=emb_logo
    28 minutes 33 seconds. : Premiered today

    The Main stream media do not ask questions, but rehash and by pass and detour to build and keep Greta’s supposed credibility.

    This is the media we should have 🙂

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  21. It’s the 25th January, so I”m going to settle down to a John Barleycorn (or 5) and croon o’er same auld Scot sonnets, in honour of the Bard.
    One of my favourites from days with my grandfather was Tam O’Shanter and I fondly remember the Tam O’shanter bonnet that the old fella always wore out on the farm.
    Censorship was alive and well back in those days and two verses where Burns describes the vile scene inside the haunted kirk on that halloween night could not be published.
    They related to a coupe of rotting priest’s hearts and “three lawyers tongues turned inside out”
    https://youtu.be/YiATxrzZamE

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    • And my favourite bit of Burns from:

      Address To The Unco Guid, Or The Rigidly Righteous

      Then gently scan your brother man,
      Still gentler sister woman;
      Tho’ they may gang a kennin wrang,
      To step aside is human:

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  22. At last.
    Charge them double.

    Thai Airways deny Auckland women business class seats on flight because of weight
    An Auckland woman and her two daughters were left traumatised after staff from Thai Airways said they were “too big” to sit in business class.

    Huhana Iripa, 59, and her daughters Renell, 28, and Tere, 37, were accosted with measuring tapes ahead of their Bangkok to Auckland flight, with crew stating seatbelts in the high-end section of the aircraft would not reach to fit around them.

    The daughters has been in Thailand for weight loss surgery and had each paid $2650 for the flights, including the business-class seats for the way back to ensure greater comfort.

    Iripa said the experience was “horrific” and feels she and her family have been discriminated against because of their body shapes, which at the time ranged from a size 22-26.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12303332

    Big boohoo’s as if the Thais give a stuff.

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