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    • Hahahahaha a day off saggy, wtf is a day off! Just worked the last 12 days straight all 10-14hr days, we own a lifestyle block (or life sentence block as they call them) so today is catch up day no rest for this stupid boy 🙁
      Hope the rest of you arent as stupid and are kicking back and chillaxing

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          • Sooty we have a few mates like that and get stock with the intentions of eating them but they turn into pets, that dosent happen here the pet lambs all went in the freezer at new years, cattlebeast done 2 weeks ago and the other 30 are dribbling off to the works.
            Horses are what kills lifestyle blocks, once one turns up its all downhill from there. Only animals that can feed us ir make money are allowed to graze here 🙂 3 dogs and 3 shitty cats keep wifey happy.

            WG, ive been farming since i was 14 so no stock would be kinda weird for me, plus the farmer in me runs the place pretty intensely and it actually fully pays the mortage and rates each year off only 10ha. We are almost self sufficient, stock are easy its the huge vege beds that take the work. Nothing goes to waste either as chooks and pigs eat all the garden waste, they turn it into tastey plant based protein like bacon and eggs lol.

            Right off to work i go… first job of the day is a fun one, finish off my 6yr old sons sweet tree house!!!

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            • Oh we had no problem eating our stock. “Sir Loin” and “Stew” among others appropriately named were delicious. Us townies can’t buy a decent beef sausage compared to the delicious ones the home kill butcher made!

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                • Country kids seem to come from a different mould than their townie counterparts.

                  I recall quite a few years ago calling into see a mate of mine out at the coast where he had about 4000 acres of regenerating scrub. He was a builder by trade & was constructing a house they had finally managed to finance after living for about ten years in the old woolshed.

                  Anyway I was invited for lunch & his wife, two daughters & I headed off to the new site on a couple of quads. It was about three kilometres away up & along a ridge where they’d pushed in a good all weather road.

                  About halfway there the elder girl, who was about eleven at the time, remembered that she had a line of possum traps laid so we stopped while she checked them out. The country is so poor that even a possum takes a packed lunch but sure enough there was one unfortunate, skinny specimen caught in one of the traps.

                  Amy checked out the tool boxes on the bikes but there wasn’t a hammer or anything else she could use to kill it. Finally in the picnic basket she found something that would do the trick!

                  While her mother covered her face & wondered aloud how she could produce such a child the wretched possum was despatched with a dozen heavy blows from an egg slice. 🙂

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                • Nah, couldn’t do it myself Kea. Some of us appreciate the skilled work like butchers do but don’t have to partake to know how to respect others skills. My skills include cooking that lamb to make it extra delicious.
                  Congrats on the kids above. Hubby is of that ilk. Grew up on a sheep farm and trapped possums for $$. He’ll kill it, I cook it.

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  1. Morning all and morning Saggy, no work today but back to the coal face tomorrow. To be fair I’m hoping things pick up a bit, it’s been way too quiet so far this year. Grant’s economic brilliance doesn’t seem to be shining so brightly round our way. Just another reason to say no to the Ho eh Saggy.

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  2. I wonder what our Prime Minister’s plan is now after hearing the news the Oxford AstraZeneca Covid vaccine shot has less effectiveness against the South African variant-Study.
    News Zealand has a pre purchase agreement to vaccinate 3.5 million people with the Astrazeneca vaccines part of the mass vaccination campaign due to start in mid year and has also ordered 750,000 Pfizer domestic vaccinate with the first batch due by the end of March.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2021/02/oxford-astrazeneca-covid-shot-less-effective-against-south-african-variant-study.html
    So has Jacinda Ardern our wonderful Prime Minister got a plan B or will she and our Health Minister and Health Director declare this revelation false.

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    • 90% of the vaccine nz has ordered will go to waste, bythe time nz gets it the side effects and deaths will be very apparent and many will not take it.
      Cindy will give it to the pacific islands to show kindness, then kill 20% of them, then pay them out billions with our fucking taxpayer moneys!!!

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      • I certainly hope that the NZ public don’t enthusiastically take the experimental genetic engineering agent, but I think we’ll just fall into line like a flock of sheep.

        If what I read is true then we can expect a huge increase in sickness and death worldwide as a result of millions of lab rats people allow themselves to be injected with this experimental biological agent which is wrongly described as a ‘vaccine’.

        As I understand it, traditional (effective) vaccines introduce a tiny part – a protein spike – of a virus into the body to stimulate the immune system to fight the full featured virus if/when it is encountered. The Pfizer vaccine on the other hand, introduces modified RNA (mRNA) into the body in order to MAKE THE BODY CREATE a protein spike containing the same genetic indicators for the body’s immune system to attack.

        This new technology MIGHT be an amazing breakthrough which will ultimately obliterate all diseases, give everlasting life, raise Joe Biden from the dead and turn everyone into superhuman (non gender specific) athletes.

        MIGHT.

        But until the proper trials are done (which would normally take a minimum of 5 years) we can’t tell what the fuck will happen when millions are creating bits of virus protein in their own bodies. That’s why the FDA has a rigorous trialling regime before approval.

        But, guess what? The FDA has given ’emergency’ approval for this and other variants to be used while they watch and see what happens! Or, to put it another way more truthfully, the human race is being subjected to a MASSIVE WORLDWIDE GENETIC EXPERIMENT.

        New Zealand is an almost perfect laboratory for this experiment. We are physically distant and almost completely sealed off from the world with a small and relatively healthy population. So why would we want to inject ourselves with an experimental biological agent except to see what the negative repercussions are? What percentage of deaths and/or crippling side effects will be deemed acceptable? If this unethical experiment stimulates pathogenic priming or the creation of hitherto unknown virus proteins, won’t that be an interesting outcome? Cool, eh?

        I wonder if there is any legal avenue open to us in New Zealand to intervene before Ardern & Co start experimenting on us? Can this massive con job be stopped before it is too late?

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        • so many people l talk to are ready to line up and “do their bit” in sheep like fashion
          they are so blinded that they will not see anything but the vaccine as a way of getting our old life back
          they will battle on even with the side effects and still not realise it was the vaccine

          these are normally intelligent people, a lot of them are farmers, but they watch the news and read the papers and accept everything that is told to them is the truth

          l still think the pics l saw of Biden and others getting the vaccine was probably just saline or something similar

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  3. Well the the flying lesson went ok, except I overdid the sharp turns and made myself airsick – lucky I delayed the inevitable technicolour yawn until the drive home instead of redecorating the cockpit. Instructor said I was quite advanced (due to flying a glider and simulator) & even offered to let me land (not a good idea when I was about to chunder).

    Fritz von Hindenburg wins this one on a technicality, but I’ll be back.

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  4. In case anyone would like to go along and have their say.
    I will suggest Louise pass on the message that National should remember their base.

    Event by Louise Upston MP
    Cambridge Community Centre, 22A Taylor St, Cambridge
    Friday from 10:00 UTC+13-11:30 UTC+13
    11–24°C Partly cloudy
    Price: free · Duration: 1 hr 30 min
    Public · Anyone on or off Facebook
    Join me for a Friendly Forum in Cambridge. We talk about a wide variety of matters over a cuppa. All views welcome and I look forward to you sharing them with me.
    Remember to RSVP for catering purposes at upston.cambridge@parliament.govt.nz or 07 886 5572.

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  5. MA Climate Czar Says the Quiet Part out Loud in Private Meeting: We Must ‘Break Your Will’

    In yet another stunning “quiet part out loud” moment, a New England government official revealed the left’s endgame in fighting the climate in an online meeting he assumed would remain private. Massachusetts Undersecretary for Climate Change David Ismay participated in a meeting with the Vermont Climate Council back in January, where he admitted that when it comes to the big climate “offenders” in their region, there are no bad guys left to break. Ismay went on to say that now the only ones left to “break” are the people.

    https://redstate.com/kiradavis/2021/02/05/322524-n322524

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  6. God our hospitals are shit. Went to the ED to be told I need an mri scan, can’t you book that in, no, ah, ok. So who does, you need to go ask your gp to refer you back to the hospital for an mri. What a waste of time.

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  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8MMpbk7qAE
    President Xi ‘will exploit Joe Biden’s weakness’: Bishop

    Sky News Australia
    Ms Bishop says Chairman Mao Tse-tung killed more people under his regime in China than died under Hitler and Stalin combined and this needs to be recognised in how President Xi will act.

    “The brutality and cruelty of the Communist Party of China has to be understood in order to understand what will flow from the aggressive nature of President Xi.”

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  8. Very stupid thing of Ms Bishop Robert to say as Xi got caught up in the madness of those times, being sent off to a remote village during his teenage years.. people who view modern China through the prism of 1949 to 1976 are always going to surprised and bewildered when the perception does not meet the reality.

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  9. Official visual – we are a divided country

    Auckland councillor calls for Tino Rangatiratanga flag to fly from Harbour Bridge permanently

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/02/auckland-councillor-calls-for-tino-rangatiratanga-flag-to-fly-from-harbour-bridge-permanently.html

    North Shore councillor Chris Darby said only having it on certain days felt tokenistic.

    “We’re maturing, and I think we’ve just got to catch up now… surely we’re ready to fly two flags alongside each other in partnership.”

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  10. Coco Cola are calling for “equity – systematic change”. Do what we demand or you don’t get employed by Coke.

    Coke – GO WOKE, GO BROKE!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JgPVpD_zXA
    Coca Cola just announced all legal teams also must report equity numbers QUARTERLY, and they will lose Coca Cola’s business if they do not comply. Glenn explains how Coke’s new move is nothing less than a circumvent of the Constitution, and he predicts more companies (especially those in support of the Great Reset) will follow with similar policies, too.

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  11. This is an interesting doco, if you have a couple of hours to kill.

    Robert Sepehr is an author, Producer, and Anthropologist specializing in Archeology, linguistics, and paleobiology (Archeogenetics).
    In this doco he introduces a woman who gleans her information from early edition National Geographic.
    She really does raise some interesting questions about what is/was going on down South, just a stones throw from little ole NZ.

    Invading Antarctica: Secret South Pole Colony – ROBERT SEPEHR

    https://yewtu.be/watch?v=eLPedQdHAKc

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        • The wanker deserved everything he got & more. He had a mouth the size of a small garage & an ego to match. He stood for National in the Wairarapa in 1999 & lost by three thousand odd votes to Georgina Beyer despite rubbishing queers on his radio programme.

          Even the loss couldn’t puncture his insufferable ego as he whined about his support & blaming the Wairarapa voters for the result.

          He’d make a good mate for John Banks.

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          • Turned down down your marriage proposal did he nasska? You should’ve asked Georgina Beyer instead, you might’ve had better luck. Maybe they’re into trannies in the Wairarapa.

            Another wanker with a big mouth springs to mind.

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    • LOL doesn’t do stuff by halves does he. Right up there with Paul Homes and “cheeky darky”. Shit our society’s becoming boring. Can’t even take the piss out of each other without someone having a breakdown.

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  12. This kinda makes one want to, well you be the judge.

    Instead of rings, New Plymouth MP Glen Bennett and school teacher Jon O’Neill exchanged a traditional Māori cloak at their wedding at Parliament on Monday.

    The first-term Labour MP and O’Neill were wed in a special ceremony in the Legislative Council Chamber attended by the two men’s families, friends, MPs Andrew Little, Louisa Wall, Tamati Coffee and the deputy speaker of the house Adrian Rurawhe.

    ”We weren’t traditional in the ceremony. We had wedding rings, but we wore them before the service,” Bennett said.

    O’Neill has whakapapa with Ngāpui, in the Far North, and he wore the korowai (cloak) as the ceremony began.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/124179657/new-plymouth-labour-mp-glen-bennett-ties-the-knot-in-parliament

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  13. This is peculiar… I mentioned in an earlier post today that they should test the same asteroid for Covid.

    Respected Harvard astronomer who worked with late Stephen Hawking claims that an alien ‘traveler’ paid us a visit in 2017

    But the 58-year-old, who is Israeli-American, is convinced his peers in the scientific community wrongly dismissed the unusual object, which he named ’Oumuamua after the Hawaiian word for scout, as an asteroid, and thinks instead it could have been a sail.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9230373/Harvard-astronomer-argues-alien-vessel-paid-visit.html

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