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  1. You can now use three links to other sites without your comment going to moderation.

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  2. Out of respect for players with different cultures, there will no longer be a case of Champagne placed in the dressing room of the FA cup winners.
    Anyone with a small herd of photogenic Goats for sale, please contact the FA.

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  3. A rich Pom and his Seppo wife have just added to the population of the world.

    One of an estimated 82 million additions this year.

    Barring a King Ralph scenario why is this even news?

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      • It certainly is.
        Congrats to Harry and Meghan for the safe arrival of their son. What a wonderful childhood and life that kid will have.

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        • WG I must, in my quest for knowledge, question both statements.

          Why is 1 out of 82,000,000 newsworthy?

          How does not being able to fart without some dickhead with a long-range lens photographing it because of who his great grandmother is translate to a wonderful childhood?

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          • Get over it grumpy. Not the kids fault who he is born to. Just be happy for something nice happening in the world. And if it makes you feel better, congrats to all 82,000,000 families of the new babies. ?

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            • NZ gave a charity donation and a few trees.
              Some of Shanes trees before they get mulched?

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        • Was that ironic. I’m expecting the B-couple to soon announce their son identifies as a ferret and that he’s being brought up as one and that henceforth stories about the B-couple baby should use the reference ‘gzhe’ or ‘gzhey’.

          I fucking hate gingas (is that hate speech?)

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      • Why?

        A serious question.

        Why is one out of 82,000,000 newsworthy?

        At least the engagement of a pig-ugly, old and decrepit harridan has newsworthy appeal in the fact that it proves not all males are men.

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        • Because they’re royalty, and in particular the royalty of New Zealand.

          You may be a republican but we’re still a constitutional monarchy.

          (Personally, I don’t care for it either but you asked for an answer. I can put up with the succession line, i.e. Prince William’s children since that’s a matter of who’s next on the throne).

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          • I’m certainly not a republican, only a fool would want what democracy has produced.

            As for the throne, only a King Ralph scenario will put this little fellow anywhere near the throne of NZ.

            He, and his parents for that matter, have no genuine connection to NZ and are unlikely to have any.

            Therefore I ask again: Why is this news when the other 81,999,999 or so aren’t?

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        • I noticed that fresh supplies of semi flexible polyfilla have arrived in Sandringham & a well known fisherman was seen loading his truck up with some.

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    • It’s news because Cindy and ClarkE haven’t had their engagement party photoshoot yet to be splashed over the interwebs as breaking news!

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      • According to Cindy, it was an intimate moment on the hills of Mahia . Only her, jethro AND the DPS cop.
        How was that an intimate moment with three people ?
        Maybe they are into that kind of thing.
        I wonder if the cop had it on camera and is selling the film to the womens mags as we speak.

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        • How more obvious and phoney can the timing be? Labour knows her personal life and photos ops are all they’ve got. Nothing to see here as far as running the country, or little stuff like Kiwibuild, homelessness, etc.

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        • According to a friend Jethro has this thing about threesomes.

          Perhaps this was his engagement present to Cindy.

          Be still my beating heart !!!!

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    • This is just a storm in a tea cup in my opinion by another person trying to get their couple of minutes of media fame.
      They never said she can’t breastfeed at the pool, all they asked was she get out of the water before doing it which to me seems a perfectly reasonable request as the other thing which quite often happens is the baby will cough and spew out a bit of milk like vomit during feeding which is also going to end up in the pool for everyone else to share.
      Nobody wants to swim in piss, shit or vomit.

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  4. I don’t see what’s the big deal. In a public pool, some people may consider that their monthly bath lol. That’s what chlorine is for.

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    • Part of my business involves me with the control of pool water, principally the heating side, but I’ve seen what gets caught in the filters, lint pots, etc. My logical brain tells me that the water quality is so strictly controlled that I need have no fear, but I feel a little ill every time I go in a pool plant room and see what comes out in the backwash. A little breast milk and baby spew would hardly count in the grand scheme, but there’s still a principle involved, and we see here just another hugely entitled suburban mother using the media to air her selfish grievances. And the media, being what it is these days, gives her full encouragement.

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  5. The cannabis referendum question at the next election will be:
    “Do you support the draft legislation for personal use of recreational cannabis?”

    Surprise, the COL’s history of not being transparent continues… Cindy tells the MSM “the decision to legalise cannabis is a “vexed” decision so voters are being asked.” Meanwhile Paula Bennett says the result of the referendum on cannabis will only be presented under “draft legislation”. As it has not been to Select Committee for scrutiny the referendum it is not legally binding. Winston’s paws are all over this as a sop to those who support cannabis use, but has an out for the govt not to legalise their favourite weed.

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    • Surely the referendum can only be for the ingestion of cannabis, smoking being the worst of the deadly sins.

      The wording should reflect this.

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      • “If the public endorsed cannabis legislation the legal age for personal use would be 20, Justice Minister says.”

        There is obviously no way the current clowns are going to risk endangering their relationship with the underworld!

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    • The issue is that the Govt will draft legislation and use that ‘draft’ as the basis for the referendum.

      If the vote is ‘Yes, go ahead’ the bill needs to go through legislative process and this involves going before select committee and then being introduced to parliament for its multiple phases.

      What Nats are saying is ‘lock and load’. ie. have the select committee first so the rough edges are knocked off and interest groups and specialists can make informed submissions; put it to the vote in Parliament and have it RTD (Ready to Drink), or ready to go after the vote, if it is a net favourable Yes.

      Nats proposal is that all the groundwork is done, rough edges knocked off, it gets at least one reading in Parliament, and it is clear that this is the near final status people vote on.

      COL proposal as of yesterday is to draft up basic legislation, put it through no test or screening, let no-one submit before the referendum, then have the great unwashed vote, and, if Yes, then start the parliamentary process.
      The end product will then be ???

      The people on YSB can see this is how we ended up with mulched trees, entering the Pike river to recover loved ones, and Kiwifail/house division but the Labour lot are a bit slooooow.
      Shout all the slogans you want but the real world is different from college days.
      The drug dealing to under 20s will be BAU (business as usual).
      Either way, Smokefree 2025 is a farce but according to AOC the world ends in 12 years so what does it matter. Party like its 2029!

      The COL method runs parallel to Brexit. Vote Yes and then Parliament will take it from there and you get the pigs breakfast we see in Britain today.

      Anyhow, that is my understanding from a cursory look. I stand to be corrected.

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  6. I see the headline: UN report: Humans accelerating extinction of other species

    https://www.apnews.com/aaf1091c5aae40b0a110daaf04950672

    I haven’t read the story and won’t. It’s information originates from the UN and therefore is unlikely to contain any fact whatsoever.

    I do, however, have a solution, based on the headline.

    If indeed Humans are so bad for the world surely the best thing to do is start to reduce the number of humans.

    Closing down the UN (The only proof in the universe that there is, in fact, such a thing as a free lunch.) and all it’s agencies involved with peacemaking and feeding those unable to feed themselves will help this cause.

    The UN, of course, should then set the example by removing it, and all it’s personnel, from the planet.

    I’m sure there’s an asteroid out there, devoid of species, that will do the job.

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    • The UN will, as usual, be long on hand-wringing and very short on actual practical, effective solutions.

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  7. There will be a be lots of photoshoots of Jacinduh in the near future,
    Who recieves all the money from the photos. Are they declared on Cindy or Jethros payslip?
    The engagement.
    The ring.
    Wedding anoucement.
    Gay Pree trip.
    The baby with no face will have to be shown before the wedding photos.
    The wedding.
    The next pregnancy.
    Then the election.
    The pram pushers will be out in full force!
    The only chance for national to gain any traction is for Judith Collins to take over. Simon has no show against her with all the msm gushing over Cindy.
    It needs Judith to square up and go toe to toe, with Cindy and if Cindy has a cry over it.
    Too bad. Put your big girl pants on. Or go back to kindy, where you feel safe!
    Bridges can never go toe to toe with Cindy. He has to tip toe around her, because she is too deleciate!

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  8. I would wager that Tracey Watkins and the rest of the arse lickers are about as pissed off as it is possible to be at the news that Major James Hewitt and his wife have produced a son. That story is going to keep horse face off the front page for a couple of days.

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      • The randy royal redhead, and his nappy-headed ho (remember Don Imus?). I imagine the baby as looking something like a young Art Garfunkel.

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  9. Just a couple of things in my thoughts in relation to the legalisation of cannabis.
    1.Are they going to tax it at the same levels as tobacco?.
    If they don’t it will be completely hypocritical but if they do I can’t see the black market disappearing at all because selling stuff from tinny houses you have grown on DOC land with no tax added is still going to be a big earner for gangs and the like.
    2.Are we going to be able to buy weed as part of our duty free allowance at the airport?.?

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  10. Mate in Aus just sent this to me. Sorry about length but worth a laugh.

    I recently was so moved by the student Climate Change protests across the country I decided to send all the students an email .

    Attention, students. Because so many of you missed Friday’s classes, what with your little climate party and all, today I’m assigning extra work.
    Let’s begin with mathematics. 558,400,000 is a really big number. Can anyone here tell me what it might represent? No?
    Well, that’s the amount in tonnes of carbon dioxide that Australia emitted last year.
    I’ll just pause here for a minute until Samantha stops crying. By the way, Samantha, your sign at the climate rally needed a possessive apostrophe and “planet” was spelled incorrectly, so I’m putting you back in remedial English again.
    Where were we? Oh, yes. 558,400,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
    Let’s see how we can reduce that number. Ban coal mining? That’ll knock off a big chunk.
    Ban petrol-powered vehicles? Good call. That’s another slab of emissions gone.
    Does the class believe we should ban all mining? You do. Interesting. For your homework tonight, I want you all to design batteries that contain no nickel or cadmium.
    Good luck getting to school in electric cars without those.
    And there’ll be no more steel wind turbines once the iron ore mines are closed. It’s just the price we’ll have to pay, I suppose.
    Even with all those bans, however, Australia will still be churning out carbon dioxide by the magical solar-powered truckload. Cuts need to go much further.
    More people means more human activity which means more carbon dioxide, so let’s permanently ban immigration. Is the class agreed?
    Hmmm. You’re not quite so enthusiastic about that one. Come on, students. Sacrifices must be made.
    Speaking of which, how many of you have grandparents? Not any more you don’t.
    And Samantha is crying again. Can someone please take her to the school safe space and let her “process some emotions”, or whatever the hell it is you kids do in there? Thank you.
    Sing along with Kim Carnes: “All the world knows of her charms/She’s got/Stop Adani arms”
    Who agrees we need to simplify our lives in order to reduce emissions? Returning to earlier times, when emissions were much lower, might help save our earth.
    So goodbye to air travel, the internet and your cell phones. People got by without them in the past and they’ll survive without them in our sustainable future.
    Still, those emissions will be way too high. Just for fun, let’s ban Australia and see what happens.
    All factories, houses, streets, farms – gone. All people gone. Every atom of human presence on this land mass, completely erased.
    At that point we’ll have finally cut our emissions to nothing. We’ve subtracted an annual 558,400,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
    Congratulations, children. By eliminating Australia, you’ve just reduced the world’s yearly generation of carbon dioxide from 37,100,000,000 tonnes to just … 36,541,600,000 tonnes.
    Still, every tiny reduction helps, right? Maybe not. Let’s have a quick geography lesson. Tyler, please point out China on this map. No; that’s Luxembourg. China is a bit bigger. Try over here. There you go.
    Here’s the thing about China. How long will it take for China to produce the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide that we’ve slashed by vanishing Australia? One year? Two years? Five years?
    Not quite. Start the carbon dioxide clock on China right now, and that one enormous nation will have matched our annual output by April 5. China adds a whole Australia to the global emissions total every twenty days.
    For that matter, China will have added another 1,190,953 tonnes by the end of this one-hour class.
    Even a tiny increase in China’s output puts Australia in the shade. Various experts last year estimated that China was on course for a five per cent carbon dioxide boost.
    This would mean an extra 521,637,550 tonnes – or basically what Australia generates. Our total is the same as China’s gentle upswing.
    So maybe your protest was in the wrong country. Here’s another assignment: write letters to the Chinese government demanding it stops dragging people out of poverty.
    Make sure you include your full name and address, because the Chinese government is kind of big on keeping records. Send a photograph of yourself standing in front of your parents’ house.
    You might repeat this process in India. In fact, rather than going to Europe for your next big family holiday, prevail upon your parents to visit India instead. The tiny village of Salaidih would be the perfect place to tell slum-dwelling residents they shouldn’t have electricity.
    They’ll probably thank you for it. Or they should, if they aren’t stupid climate deniers. Indian paupers must avoid making the same tragic affluence mistakes as us, so we must keep their carbon footprints as tiny as possible.
    Can you imagine how terrible is would be for the earth if all of India’s one billion-plus population owned cars and air-conditioners? It really doesn’t bear thinking about.
    One further assignment: tonight, locate a clean, green alternative source for $66 billion in exports. That’s how much was raised last year by the Australian coal industry.
    Working it out won’t be too much of a challenge, I’m sure. After all, you know science and stuff. About half of your signs on Friday claimed you know more about all these things than does the Prime Minister.
    Show him how advanced your brains are by devising a brand-new multi-billion export bonanza.
    Hey, look who’s back! Feeling better, Samantha? That’s nice. Feelings are the most important thing of all.

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    • Sorry but that’s not funny. It’s being played out daily in universities wherever snowflakes and fuckwits congregate.

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        • yep, but if you didn’t laugh at it you would go mad. Maybe Cindy can spare some weed to ease the pain?

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  11. I heard today on the news that Cindy is being very evasive about whether she still smokes dope. The opposition should hammer her on this.

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  12. If the gangs cant sell dope etc, what will they turn to to feed their lifestyle. My guess would be protection money! ala the mafia

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    • I actually doubt that much of their profits come from dope…..there’s far to much money to e made from “P”. From what little I’ve heard, the average customer turns up after a tinnie & is told there’s nothing available but they’ve got heaps of meth.*

      Conservatives & Police HQ can wear responsibility for this in its entirety. While the heroes were doing Rambos jumping out of choppers to pull a few spindly plants of bushweed the emphasis changed to meth. Bigger markup & less hassle.

      As to gangs & what they’ll do…….keep hooking people to meth & other habit forming drugs, running prostitutes, stand over jobs for finance companies, debt collection…..just the normal.

      * A lot of the demand for marijuana comes from meth users trying to come down from a high without drama.

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