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  1. kiwiblog could be worth a visit later to view david garrets response to toxic tovas rant… must be a slow day, shes not slamming luxon for once.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/politics/350254272/tova-obrien-how-original-architect-three-strikes-became-my-unlikely-pen-pal

    i recall david stating once that little tramp political reporter offered a night of sexy time in exchange for dirt/information but he declined… fark i hope its this bitch and he outs her along with plenty of other shit he has to smear her with.
    pretty petty of tova to publicly print personal email exchanges like that, guess shes always got to find that lil bit lower that she can go.

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  2. hilarious, yesterdays piece….
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/king-charles-funeral-plans-reportedly-being-updated-after-cancer-diagnosis/EE6JR2I2ENDUVLCTBLF2J5MXVQ/

    vs todays piece…
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/king-charles-to-resume-public-duties-as-doctors-pleased-with-cancer-treatment/TNPUBXVH7ZGSFIX7EID7ASALKQ/

    now i dont give a shit, infact the sooner royalty is dead and gone the better but which one do ya think is bullshit. hes deteriorating or his treatment has worked and now fit enough to undertake his duties? its not like media or royals are the go to for the truth are they.

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  3. Here is the second batch:

    1. Shopping is NOT a sport. And no, we are never going to think of it that way.
    1. Crying is blackmail.
    1. Ask for what you want. Let us be clear on this one: Subtle hints do not work! Strong hints do not work! Obvious hints do not work! Just say it!
    1. We don’t remember dates. Mark birthdays and anniversaries on a calendar. Remind us frequently beforehand.
    1. Most guys own three pairs of shoes – tops. What makes you think we’d be any good at choosing which pair, out of thirty, would look good with your dress?

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  4. Does anyone here know anything about Temu? I have never bought anything through Temu or even looked at their website, but this morning I had a message with a Temu verification code on my phone. WTF? How did they get my number? This is creepy and invasive. Anyone had a similar experience? I thought of sending back a rude message, but decided to hold fire for now.

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    • Buy off Temu all the time. Cheap and free delivery. Better selection of anything avaiable in NZ. All Chineses made and quality is not the top notch, but if you are not using the stuff all the time, then it’s more than sufficient. Be the same as Wharehouse quality

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      • Yes. I’ve purchased shelves, towel rail, hooks for our caravan. Cheap but useful. A dress which people have complimented on. Opened toed shoes (always nervous on fit). Just purchased great fleece lined pants for winter $12.00. Just as well made as $40.00. Pensioners can’t be to fussy. They have lots of useful and useless crap.

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      • You do have to look thru as you often find the same thing in different places sometimes with different prices.
        Bought lots and lots of stuff. Only had one thingbreak so far.
        That was t sink tap flexible spray. Bought another one. 10% of the local price so still ahead.

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    • Temu is great. Way cheaper for the same things. a lot now ex Australia.
      Leaves Amazon for dead. Cheap frei=ght as opposed to amazon ripping you off with freight.
      Good delivery.
      Millions of products.

      Things you never see here in NZ.

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    • I bought a diamond cup grinding disk for my cheap angle grinder, to smooth out some concrete from Temu recently. It is great. Did the job. They delivered it quickly, so I have not complaints. My wife has bought a couple of things and had the same satisfaction.

      It is just like the cheaper brands at Bunnings / Mitre 10 —if you have a one off job to do or something that is done infrequently, they are worth it.
      A tradie probably would not buy the product I did, but he could have got 4 for the price that Mitre 10 charge for a similar product.
      Horses for courses as they say.

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    • My daughter (lives in the UK) had lunch with some friends the other day, ones husband works for treasury and in the UK they are not allowed to have Siri or Alexa or ticktock on their phones/tv/or laptops as the apps all come from China and listen in to what conversation you are having. My daughter deleted the Siri from her phone and also laptop when she got home. so it does make one wonder??? I have bought from Timu got some cleaning products for washing the walls down inside and they are very cheap. Ok quality not the best you would buy, but at the price certainly could not complain and delivery was good too.

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  5. An Englishman goes to New York for work, and does not have a very enjoyable time. When he tries to be funny, New Yorkers take him seriously, and when he tries to be serious, people think he is making a joke. He goes to see a series of psychologists, and then psychiatrists to see if they can offer a solution… With no result, until a psychiatrist offers him a radical solution.. He says that if his, the Englishman’s, intelligence quotient is REDUCED by 50%, his intelligence should match that of the typical New Yorker, and that, therefore, he should fit right in…

    Well, the Englishman decides to undergo the operation, but when he is revived after the event, the surgeon informs him that instead of reducing his IQ by 50%, they have reduced it by 75%…

    And the man replies….

    “She’ll be right mate … in a thick Australian accent…

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  6. One to watch:

    Fully vaccinated professional soccer player François-Xavier Fumu Tamuzo was forced to end his career prematurely in April following what he describes as “devastating vaccine injuries.”

    The former Stade Lavallois player in France is now taking Pfizer and BioNTech to court, demanding compensation for destroying his health and ending his professional career.
    “I would like to understand why my body stopped functioning,” explains 29-year-old Fumu Tamuzo.
    https://twitter.com/Censored4sure/status/1783919476506771620

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    • Sweden was far from perfect.
      I recall an American Doctor who lived in worked in Sweden.
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      The old folk were kept in their rest homes.
      No hospitals for them.
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      The nurses were not allowed to give supplementary oxygen.
      The nurses could give morphine.
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      Euthanasia of the elderly was the order of the day as the age of death would not show up so much.
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      Seems to be a different form of mandates were put in place in Sweden.
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      22nd June, 2020 ….. nursing home residents with suspected Covid-19 were immediately placed on palliative care and given morphine and denied supplementary oxygen and intravenous fluids and nutrition. ….
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      ….. elderly were denied access to unused facilities.
      “These guidelines have too often resulted in older patients being denied treatment, even when hospitals were operating below capacity,” ….
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      ….. “Older people are routinely being given morphine and midazolam, which are respiratory-inhibiting,” ….

      https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/deadly-covid-discrimination-against-the-elderly-in-sweden/
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      So it seems a double or even a triple tap to make sure and the aged dying would not affect by much if at all life expectancy for Sweden.
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      For a few years Sweden had been opening up wings of rest-homes to accommodate & welcome the very modern immigrants.
      Covid was a boom as it has proven a great way to provide & welcome even more immigrants in those vacant rest-homes with no complaints.
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      ….. And this was not only for patients who were suspected of having Covid-19.
      A person who got a urinary tract infection and required hospitalisation, for example for IV antibiotics or fluids, would not get that care either.
      They received palliative medicine instead.” ….

      https://www.wired.com/story/sweden-coronavirus-response-experiment/
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      Then Sweden vaccinated, and pushed vaccine passports too.
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      < ….. a rise was recorded in the number of people who had microchips inserted in their hands following Sweden’s announcement that a vaccination passport will be required at all events with over 100 participants as of Dec. 1. ….
      https://www.aa.com.tr/en/europe/facing-covid-passport-mandate-more-swedes-get-microchip-implants/2436048
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      That is the upper end extreme in Sweden, but bare in mind, many things in Sweden are not going as well as progressive people try to say this is the way to go.

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  7. Tom and Kate were both patients in a mental hospital. One day while they were walking past the hospital swimming pool Tom suddenly jumped into the deep end. He sunk to the bottom and stayed there.
    Kate promptly jumped in to save him. She swam to the bottom and pulled Tom out.
    When the medical director became aware of Kate’s heroic act he immediately ordered her to be discharged from the hospital, as he now considered her to be mentally stable.
    When he went to tell Kate the news he said, “Kate, I have good news and bad news. The good news is you’re being discharged because since you were able to jump in and save the life of another patient, I think you’ve regained your senses.
    The bad news is, Tom, the patient you saved, hung himself with his bathrobe belt in the bathroom. I am so sorry, but he’s dead.”
    Kate replied, “He didn’t hang himself, I put him there to dry.”

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  8. A kindergarten class had a homework assignment to find out something exciting, and relate it to the class the next day.
    When the time came to present what they’d found, the first little boy the teacher called on walked up to the front of the class, and with a piece of chalk, made a small white dot on the blackboard and sat back down.
    Puzzled, the teacher asked him what it was.
    ‘It’s a period,’ he replied.
    I can see that,’ said the teacher, ‘but what is so exciting about a period?’
    ‘Darned if I know,’ chirped the little boy, ‘but this morning my sister was missing one, my mother fainted, my dad had a heart attack, and the boy next door joined the Navy!’…

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    • A blatant whitewash was inevitable from the outset. The inquiry was a last gasp from a dying administration focussed entirely on preventing those on & behind the “Podium of Truth” from the wrath of those they had harmed. That was its sole purpose hence its restricted terms of reference.

      Nothing other than bloodshed & mass civil uprisings will force the truth into the open with one exception. If the citizens of any other country (maybe the USA but probably Japan) succeed in blowing the lid off the cover up we will benefit from their success.

      Unless the UN & the WEF manage to curtail freedom of expression in the meantime. The stakes are high.

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  9. https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/04/27/driver-killed-6-injured-in-head-on-crash-ute-initially-fled-police/
    One person has died and two others were badly injured in a head-on crash near Ōtaki last night, after the driver of a stolen ute “initially fled” officers, police say.

    The ute was wanted in connection to an alleged robbery in Ōtaki earlier in the evening.

    “Around 10.50pm the vehicle was observed turning back onto State Highway 1 from Waikanae, heading north in the southbound lane. The ute then collided head-on with another vehicle just south of Lawlors Road at about 11.05pm.”

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    • Well shit

      If that was on the actual Expressway – driving wrong way into cars – then that means Simeon Browns comment of no death on the Expressway has been voided.

      Either it was a criminal;
      or a churnailst scum trying to screw the scrum.
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      Should not be any consultation period.
      JUST DO IT
      Simeon
      It was made for 110 km

      Driving south 2 weeks ago some cunt was driving in the dark on the centre line
      North of Hunterville
      I was going south.
      Cunt was going north
      had to take severe evasive action.
      Too dark to get any details
      always terrible driving from Taihape to Sanson – mad mullahs from PN – so always on alert.

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      • The section of SH1 from Taihape to Sanson hosts more road traffic police & speed cameras than any other ninety kilometre piece of any road between Cape Te Reinga & Bluff. Mind you their sole focus is on speed.

        Lift a rock & one will crawl out.

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  10. How can this be? We were told Norway was changing the world by being the EV posterchild.
    Hypocrites, the lot of em.

    Norway’s Oil Demand Hasn’t Crashed Despite Record EV Market Share

    The fact that a record 90% share of all new car sales in Norway are electric has failed to make any impact on the country’s oil demand, indicating that hopes of rising EV uptake making an immediate dent in global oil demand are unrealistic.

    https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Norways-Oil-Demand-Hasnt-Crashed-Despite-Record-EV-Market-Share.html

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  11. From https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/crime/shadze-ryan-sentenced-for-auckland-frying-pan-attack-that-left-police-officer-concussed-disfigured/ZMSDYFK2Y5BLVESNAPAVDYDYBY/

    Barely newsworthy in Jafaland though those of us in the provinces are less jaded by the ultra violence committed by Auckland’s ferals. Yet lessons are there to be learnt from the account of the arrest:

    ……”then grabbed the female constable by her vest as she tried to put him in handcuffs, court documents state.”……”“Mr Ryan began pulling [her] and dragged her into the kitchen of the property,”…….

    ……”Ryan then threw her to the kitchen floor, where she hit a wall.”……..

    The rest of the account details the assault on both cops which only ended when reinforcement arrived.

    But the question remains. Why in the name of fuck are we recruiting weak, feeble little girls to go against methed up man mountains? In a brawl, which is what arresting an uncooperative arsehole usually results in, upper body strength & weight is near enough everything. You can practise as much ju jitsu or karate as you like but if as a female cop you are lifted off your feet & despatched through the nearest window you’re neither of use nor ornament.

    Equality be buggered. Get people physically suited to policing or hold up the white flag!

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      • Snap. You don’t need a background in martial arts to figure out the likely winner in a scrap between someone weighing 200kg vs another at 100kg. Men have a natural advantage of about 40% greater upper body strength for a kickoff.

        Fat, mouth & a ‘girls can do anything’ attitude will result their hospital admissions, not arrests.

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  12. Read this for blown mind:

    https://archive.org/details/ted-kennedy-fbifiles

    George Bush Senior & Richard Hermitage headed up CIA op to sell drugs to America and make Trillions for covert operations. Billions for themselves.

    CIA blackmailed and controlled politics in Japan from 1945 to today. They own the LDP puppets. A corrupt drug running CIA rules Japan!

    Ferrara doesn’t exist…. He’s on the 5 man team with Bush to raise funds for CIA. But can’t get out. At one point he stole into Noriega’s compound, after Noriega threatened him, cut of his nuts, put them in his mouth, injected him with cocaine, and left.

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    • This was not hidden in the 1990 movie
      https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099005/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
      Air America
      Robert Downey, Mel Gibson
      A young pilot finds himself recruited unwittingly into a covert and corrupt CIA airlift operation in Laos during the Vietnam conflict.
      —-
      There was a Tom Cruise movie about 6 years ago – not seen it -about him portraying a drug running pilot for CIA from Sth Am to USA as I understand it

      not a secret
      CIA dont give a fuck anymore
      Any bastard who thinks FBI or CIA are anything other than extremely corrupt entities are living a simple life
      Would probably think Dr Fauci or Dr Bloomfailed would be good at prescribing ‘medicine’ !!!

      CIA
      -Worlds biggest gun runners (See Lord of War- Written by NZer Andrew Nicol – 2005 )
      -Worlds biggest illegal drug runners
      -Worlds biggest terrorist organisation- created Al Queda and ISIS

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