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    • Heh what a great weekend. Things really took off when the pubs closed at midnight. If you look closely you can see me in the video where a guy was ripping off the street light😂.
      Cops were hopelessly out numbered .

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      • “Mr Boult said ratepayers would be left picking up the bill for the damage — “the last thing we need at the present time”.
        “We just don’t countenance that behaviour and I can only hope the video reaches the police and they’re able to identify the idiot concerned,” he said.

        and
        “However, we’ve got to find a way to stop it happening again.”

        Good luck with that Jim.
        You want the people there and one of the things they come for are bars – that YOU grant licences for and derive rates from these premises.

        Think it through, Jim.
        Leaders lead, whingers whinge.
        Who ya gonna Be, Jim ?
        Problem or Solution?

        For the last ten years Queenstown has being trying to make the place like Monaco- upmarket and not have kiwi ‘trash ‘ there.
        In ten years you and your mob never solved the accommodation issues for staff that you need in a service industry, Jimbo .
        Now the borders are closed you need that kiwi ‘trash’ coz the tourists are not coming back for years.

        Start leading Jimbo and stop whining.

        Half baked local govt the country over….

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    • Anniversary day here so ill join you tommorow in paying tribute to the wastefull cow.
      Actually ill just work what i need too and i refuse to be a net taxpayer while shes spending up, the joys of being mostly self sufficient and zero consumer debt 🙂

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  1. Just a reminder…
    a genuine deadly pandemic doesn’t require 24/7 advertising to remind you it exists.
    Real pandemics don’t need marketing campaigns and endless propaganda…but,
    psychological operations do.

    (Stolen from else where)

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    • 6 national and 3 labour nz 1st? Im glad they took atleast 1/3 the blame.

      That reflects our poor govt spending and shitty poolice force, theyre probably too scared to pull over speeding cars or drunk drivers incase theyre either maori (racist) or a gang member (scary)

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      • They dont pull over speeding drivers but happy to of course issue a fine- Revenue, yay – if you are doing 103 km/hr in a modern car with 8 airbags.

        Its about $$$$$$

        They will not touch the idiots who do 70 -75 ks on the open road with 25+ vehicles stuck behind them.

        2 years ago from Taupo to Rotorua stick behind a camper van for 10 kms heading north into Rotovegas.
        50 km /hr
        I was too far back to get an ID or I would have hunted the prick down -slashed tires make a good education.
        If the piggys came after this chappie I would say I am a prospect for the Kawerau Mongrel Mob and was doing my initiation communidy service
        They would have to leave me alone.
        Cant be wacist.

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  2. Bobblehead’s bubble announcement this afternoon from the Podium of the Pestilence.
    Prior to the actual announcement , there will be the inevitable sermon. To help pass the time for those tuned in, I invite you to join me in Podium Bingo.

    Phrases to look out for:
    front of the queue
    hard and early
    team of 5M
    jeprady (triple score)
    gold standard
    wash hands
    tricky virus
    did a little dance
    sneeze into elbow
    be kind

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  3. This is a story to inspire you to reach for your dreams:

    Many years ago I came a close second in the Miss Cannons Creek beauty contest of 1989. Soon after I left Porirua & was beset by a long period of bad luck.

    I suffered years of alcohol & drug addictions followed by a series of eating disorders. I lost a leg & needed facial reconstruction surgery after a road traffic accident. Later I suffered 90% burns in an unprovoked acid attack. Several of my teeth were knocked out & an eye gouged in a bitch fight in the carpark of the local KFC. The stress caused severe hair loss & facial warts.

    But I never stopped believing.

    And finally, last month, I was crowned “Miss South Auckland 2021”.

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  4. What happened to the allegations on petrol price gouging that Jacinda Ardern and her fix it Minister Megan
    Woods leveled at those involved the market.
    So why didn’t they make this law in their first term of Government or are they banking on talking about it like everything else they to maintain the middle voter. Petrol is now 50cents dearer than when Labour promised to stop gouging and I guess they were proved wrong and the cause was though their climate policy, so wind up the public with lies and deciet by going after others from other industries.

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  5. Comming to a town near you…
    https://youtu.be/rSwQqXwjAQY

    I hate poolice but do understand the need for them, these muppets had best be carefull what they wish for. No cops left to call when theyre outraged at any of the usual snowflake triggers.
    Wasnt portland where chop/chaz was? Im sure those upstanding citizens will fo a better job at policing the streets //

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  6. I was chatting to the dentist.

    “What’s the best toothpaste?” I asked him.

    “Colgate,” he said. “It kills 99.9% of bacteria in your mouth.”

    “So what about Colgate Sensitive?”

    “It kills the same amount,” he explained, “but it doesn’t hurt their feelings.”

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  7. Is JAG pushing no parking spaces to be provided by councils or business and those businesses have to provide public transport if none is available in the area?

    Parking job for councils – Genter
    https://www.odt.co.nz/regions/queenstown/parking-job-councils-genter

    Ms Genter, who spoke at a public discussion in Queenstown on Tuesday night about the change, told the Otago Daily Times existing parking requirements ensured private cars were the dominant transport option.

    “Getting rid of the parking requirements was necessary, but it’s not sufficient to make sure that you are providing an alternative.”

    Asked about the impact of new accommodation developments in smaller centres with limited or no public transport, such as Glenorchy in the Queenstown Lakes district, she said councils would have to ensure the provider catered for the travel demands it was creating, but have more than just single-occupant vehicles as a solution for how to get there.

    “If they decide not to provide a travel management plan, then you can make it clear they will be expected to contribute to getting people to that village.”

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    • Yea sounds adverty, theres likely a shortage of workers now due to women under 30 falling into 3 categories… 1. Total sluts that give it up to any guys and send nudes willy nilly.
      2. #metoo types that are outraged a penis went hard at them without consent.
      3. They just think theyre a woman but have a penis.

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    • “I think it’s great. I think that it is important to challenge stereotypes… Why can’t women take joy in their sexuality?” University of Canterbury Professor Dr María Perez-y-Perez asks.

      “And if they want to be overtly sexual, and if they want to dress in a particular way and if they want to do certain jobs – those jobs are needed by the way, you just need to look on OnlyFans and you know people make a lot of money because that kind of material is needed.”

      How on earth does advertising your orifices for sale to strangers bring any joy to your sexuality? Doesn’t it do the opposite? Haven’t NZ women been exploring their sexuality privately with their loved ones for years? How does advertising your body for sale on TikTok challenge stereotypes? Doesn’t it uphold them? I don’t know one mother who would think that her daughter would be enriched by prostitution, no matter the financial reward. How many prostitutes hope that their kids will follow their profession?

      Maria Perez y Perez trips herself up by sterotyping prostitutes as dressed in a particular way and overtly sexual. Sounds more like a tinder date. Has she ever actually met a whore or just seen them on TV? If female empowerment really does occur, is it from the sex or money? I have nothing against prostitutes but that wouldn’t be a job option we would celebrate in my family.

      I refuse to take seriously anyone who would claim defending prostitution as pro-women. What on earth was Maria Perez y Perez thinking?

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      • The reality is that women are hard wired to be gold digging whores.

        For some it manifests by being a devoted wife, to a good provider. While others take an independent route.

        But it’s all the same thing. They use their sex appeal to get what they want.

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        • Yes Kea, that’s a soft spot for women but your argument is upheld by Perez y Perez’s statement ie “and you know people make a lot of money because that kind of material is needed.”
          We are not living in the 1700’s when prostitution or witchery were the only career choices for an independent woman. Perhaps financially independent women will realise the whole family thing is not as fulfilling as it seems and opt out. Many women don’t come to the idea that they are no better than prostitutes until later life. They may provide more reliable insight than Maria Perez y Perez. It’s annoying that Maria Perez y Perez believes that by exploiting LVM’s financially women will be empowered. I would advise all women to stay the hell away from all LVM’s, no matter how much they’re offering. Buy your own house girls, pay for your own travel, buy the diamonds you like and you’ll never again have to wipe semen from your face, unless you want to.

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          • The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.
            – If you don’t have children, you will spend many years wondering why you didn’t.
            – If you do have children, you will spend many years wondering why you did.

            In the end, the memories you create with your children will live on in their minds after you leave this mortal plane.

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            • There should be a severe tax on breeders.

              And if anyone can not support their spore, the spore should be euthanized. At the breeders expense.

              It will save the planet, billions in welfare, and massively reduce crime.

              Be kind – that’s my motto.

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  8. I see the new Hogwarts Express only takes 1 3/4 hours to get from Hamilton to Papakura. Apparently the punters are flocking aboard. I wonder if the people who write this tripe actually believe this? Why don’t they tell us the true cost of this folly and how much the government subsidises each trip? What happens when you get to Papakura and find out the whole rail system has shut down because a dog ran on the track in Ranui 2 days earlier? It would be interesting to revisit this in a couple of months to see how many are still catching it, but that might upset Cindy and co – something the MSM are very scared to do.

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          • That will be sorted.

            No private cars in 15 years.
            Remove petrol cars.

            Say the replacement will be electric.
            Actual world- there are not the resources for the batteries; not the electricity generation or the electrical delivery system.
            So, cars will be for Pardy officials only – like any good communist State of the 1950s.
            Hey Joseph McCarthy warned them, especially about those Hollyweird pricks .
            Back to 1880 and trains for the masses.

            Check out ‘Back to the Future 3’ for your lifestyle in 2040.

            Think that is silly.
            18 months ago did you think airline travel would be basically shut down?
            3 years ago did you think simple smart things like gas cooking and gas BBQs (good for mental health SLG) would be banned.
            Nothing is too preposterous and this creaky pubic transport system (?) and bicycles will be the norm.

            While dumb as a bucket of water, Ardern is the catalyst for this.

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            • “Biden last week announced his grandiose spending bill, which reserves $174 billion as subsidies for electric vehicles, charging stations and similar policies.

              Back in December, Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, invested between half a million and $1 million in the famous electric car company Tesla, financial disclosures show. ”

              Man some people are just so lucky.

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              • Martha Stewart must be spewing that she got caught for a teeny bit of insider trading
                Small compared to that.

                As the great sages of the world- like Holysheet – say:-
                carry your Labour (or Demonrat) Card at all times.
                Don’t leave home without it.
                🙂

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        • Hamilton’s train station is a fair distance from the CBD and I doubt any buses from the city are on the road before the Auckland trains 5.45am departure time, so it is private vehicles to the station. Apparently, there is a new train station behind the Base, the north Hamilton shopping centre.

          Add in cold winter mornings sitting on a train for over 2 hours each way with a hefty price for the experience. Yeah/nah. A warm car up the motorway would make for a better day.

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    • 5 hours a day commute from the Tron? You’ve got to be bloody kidding. And a train change. And still got to get to station at each end. I’d rather kill myself by holding my hands on an element.
      The ministry of brain farts have excelled on this one. Can’t wait to see the patronage stats after the first rubber-neckers have had their ride.

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      • Don’t be like that Saggy. I think it’s very brave of our caring government to fearlessly launch into an 18th century mode of travel. Obviously as our civilisation careers backwards at an accelerating rate, these people are ahead of the game in a big way in preparing so farsightedly for our future.

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      • One passenger said the wifi was great and he achieved a lot on the train during the commute.
        Does that mean workers only have to stay at the office for lunchtime to complete their working day?
        Sounds like working from home with gentle rocking motion.

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  9. SPARS Pandemic Scenario. 2025-2028
    Worth a read.

    From Pg 18.
    Communications Dilemma

    Food for thought

    1.What risks do public health agencies face if the public, media, or political leaders feel that information about potential treatment options is being withheld?

    2. What kinds of outreach could public agencies perform in advance of a crisis to mitigate any perceived lack of transparency? If such a perception emerges in the crisis, then how might it be defused?

    https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/pubs_archive/pubs-pdfs/2017/spars-pandemic-scenario.pdf

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  10. Belated realized I posted in Carbon Dioxide Post.
    Still it is Carbon to Carbon, as the oxide will join up elsewhere.

    At what speed will this “procession” be doing, to need to do any overtaking?
    Can you just tag along at the end?
    Also in the radio news as a traffic advisory for the people of Napier.

    …[Police] “We advise if members of the public on the roads if they see the funeral procession to pull over –
    the same as we would ask for any funeral procession.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/hawkes-bay-today/news/police-advise-motorists-to-pull-over-amid-outlaws-leaders-funeral-in-napier/I66RMP3QWWJKOFSTQWGTS6IVGI/

    Police still looking for clues for this “isolated incident” of an “assault”.

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  11. Increasing the need for isolated quarantine management?

    …. Seventeen new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in managed isolation since yesterday, with no new cases in the community. …
    …. 13 of the 17 new cases tested positive in the first day after arrival. ….

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/439897/covid-19-update-17-cases-in-miq-none-in-community-ministry

    Will this be factored in the “to be sure” part of the Aussie NZ bubble announcement of “one day we can”?

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    • Wtf why do they need a token muslim in there, Are those cunts still milking the chch thing?
      Sorry you professional muslim sob story folk but youve had your 15mins of fame, time to get a life and get a real job.

      And a gender studies retard wtf, is that for those non binary bad guns that identify as a knife?

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      • Iaasb, as this leads to an over representation, or portends to where the government wants NZ to go, after signing to grant sovereignty to the the auspices of the UN Global Migration Pact, as also pushed for by Winston Peters.

        One token muslim that takes muslims up to 12.5% representation in that “advisory group. 🙁

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    • NZ MSM not the only ones who won’t mention who is involved. Some of the stolen $4m of Aussie taxpayer money was traced to be “funding terrorism”.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CHHJNwOLNU&t=5s
      Sydney mothers charged over Fairfield childcare fraud syndicate |

      Fairfield: More than 20 mothers who allegedly allowed their children’s identities to be used in a sophisticated childcare fraud syndicate have been arrested in police raids across Sydney.

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  12. The govt need to move now so it dosent get left to nz taxpayers to cleanup, there are multiple red flags and flashing neon lights indicating that troubles brewing and these arseholes will abandon and leave a multibillion dollar cleanup of the toxic legacy.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/environment/300270192/toxic-waste-buried-at-tiwai-point-aluminium-smelter-former-staff-say

    Freeze their accounts and cease assets untill they put down at least a 1billion dollar bond AND have rio stinko board personally liable not just hide behind faceless corporation. They are proving time and time again they reneg on promises, mataura ovea premix is a good example they start stop go to court start stop go to court, if they were environmentally responsible they would just get it sorted asap as a sign of good faith.

    Theres not many id trust less then jacinda ardern but i think rio tinto just sneaks into 1st place.

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  13. Just got my monthly seniors email from MSD.

    Hon Dr Ayesha Verall (apprently associate minister of health) tells me amongst other propaganda:

    “In February we started the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine, the biggest vaccination programme in our country’s history, ahead of schedule. We have now secured enough doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, which has shown excellent efficacy and safety, for all New Zealanders.”
    Not just efficacy and safety but EXCELLENT efficacy and safety.

    Aren’t we lucky to have such a caring government looking out for elderly Kiwis!

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  14. On a different note, here is a picture of New Zealand’s ‘Police Minister’.

    Truly, our country is now in the hands of gangsters. Look at this face and ask yourselves what is happening here.

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    • Visiting kindys, having crayon drawing contests, taking advice form 4 year olds and Tony B.liar’s scabby mates in London.

      Sticking pins into the voodoo doll of the nanny
      Having lots of naps
      visiting the vet
      entering substances into her veins
      Learning English
      pretending to be a dutch windmill or part of a wind farm by waving her arms about

      Why, is something different happening ?

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    • What PM? Does New Zealand have one? Since some tart stopped appearing on Hosking on Monday mornings, I could swear we had nobody running the country. I did see Robbo trying to destroy the rental Market a few days ago, and a picture of Angry Andy Looking forlorn now that his pet project over at Pike is done and dusted, but as for governance?

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  15. So it seems that we will be able to travel to OZ without quarantine soon as long as we have a negative covid test.
    Cuts me out as I am not having a long pointy thing poked up so close to my brain.
    Coincidently it seems that this is the same reason Cindy won’t have the chinese test.

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  16. This explains a lot of why the Russian major Military Mobilization near the Ukraine.
    The media do not seem to be raising this point.

    The President of the Ukraine has made this declaration.
    Though it may not be right that Russia annexed the Crimea, just what does this decree declare?

    DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE №117 / 2021
    On the decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine of March 11, 2021 “On the Strategy of deoccupation and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol”

    In accordance with Article 107 of the Constitution of Ukraine, I decree :

    1. To put into effect the decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine of March 11, 2021 “On the Strategy of deoccupation and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol” (attached).

    2. To approve the Strategy of deoccupation and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (attached).

    3. Control over the implementation of the decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, enacted by this Decree, shall be vested in the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.

    4. This Decree shall enter into force on the day of its publication.

    President of Ukraine V.ZELENSKY
    March 24, 2021

    …. STRATEGY

    https://www.president.gov.ua/documents/1172021-37533
    Used google translate.

    Not much mention of this in the media, but just a hint or two that is Russia amassing troops near the Ukraine.

    Who gave the backing to the Ukrainian President so that he would confidently make this decree last month?
    The EU?
    NATO?
    Biden’s war hawks?

    How much again was Hunter Biden being paid for his directorship in Burisma?
    Yet it was Trump’s call for the Ukraine to investigate that triggered an impeachment.
    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/546464-hunter-biden-defends-taking-position-on-burisma-board
    More money? gas & oil?

    So all these interviews as above will help sell Hunter’s book too.
    Another 10% for the family?

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  17. Having travelled up to Whangarei and back a couple of times recently it is obvious roading in the North is a priority area for road maintenance.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/04/government-urged-to-spend-930k-on-roads-after-worst-easter-road-toll-in-a-decade.html

    The road fatalities come as no surprise to the New Zealand Automobile Association (AA), which says the country has been a dangerous place to drive for at least the last seven years.

    To make driving less perilous, the AA says road maintenance should be a Government priority.

    The association’s Dylan Thomsen told Morning Report, although it wasn’t the only issue, road maintenance played a major role in road safety and that underfunding had left many roads on the point of dangerous failure.

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    • Every single time the gummint does something to reduce the road toll, it goes up.

      1. Target slow drivers. When I say ‘target’ I mean beat them to a pulp on the roadside.

      2. Kill cyclist on sight.

      3. Beat to a pulp anyone with, baby on board or stick figure family, signage.

      4. Ban women from driving.

      Because I care enough to “do something”

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    • There is not a problem with providing roading
      the problem is the rotten politicians who waste money

      Money wasted on 1800s technology – trains

      Notional Under Key committed in 2015 a throw away of $1.4 Billion a year for ten years to the Paris bollocks and shite

      That is 14 Billion over 10 years.

      New Harbour Bridge right there.
      The Auckland Harbour Bridge will fail in the next 15 years
      There is no replacement in sight.
      There is no planning, no leadership and all the yik yak and no action is warming up the planet – if such bollocks is to be believed.
      Which fits well with – have I a got a bridge for you…?

      with change left for the Wellington area roading
      – Petone to Tawa;
      -the cancelled link (CNT Genter) from Transmission G to Haywards;
      Peka peka to go near then by pass Levin

      Look at how much was available for covid bullshit
      tens of billions
      to get people to not be productive

      The Govt gives away over $600 million a year to the pacific islands, as well as supporting them when they come here

      The money is there ; it is just not used wisely

      It really does not help the cause when the dumb schitts of the new shub have this headline:-

      “Government urged to spend $930k on roads after worst Easter road toll in a decade”

      $930k
      $930,000

      That won’t even pay for the orange cones, mate.

      Tell em they’re dreamin’

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  18. Tourist operators might be in for a shock if they think Aussies will flood NZ.

    What is certain is that kiwis will flood Aussie, taking their tourist $$$ with them.

    This country is shit and we voted to keep it that way.

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      • I think people have also had the chance to see the respective States and see that VIC and QLD are lost to Labor hijinks for ever
        QLD may never again see a non-Labor party.
        Despite all their cock ups.

        NSW has shown a lot of sense.
        Problem on Sydney Northern beaches- close just that area.

        Places that endeavour to piss people off
        -Shower slipper Dan’s Victoria Red State
        -Pasta Chook’s ‘we will put a red under every bed’ Labor lot in QLD
        -Ardern’s ‘oooh oooh oooh I can’t make a decision’ New Venezealand

        With the tart furiously importing Covid from India in the ‘dial a bride for the liquor store worker’ scheme Aussie may well tell NZ to sod off.
        I would not rush to book.

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  19. Labour’s Kieran McAnulty drafts law change to allow alcohol sales on Easter, Christmas, Anzac Day
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/04/labour-s-kieran-mcanulty-drafts-law-change-to-allow-alcohol-sales-on-easter-christmas-anzac-day.html

    McAnulty isn’t the only MP seeking changes to trading rules. ACT’s small business spokesperson Chris Baillie has entered a Member’s Bill proposing the removal of all trading restrictions on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

    “Restricted trading over Easter represents a level of state control and bureaucracy which is unnecessary and hurts small business especially,” Baillie said over the Easter break.

    “ACT says consistent with a free society all businesses should be allowed to determine which days they would like to open,” Baillie says.

    “Business owners need a break and removing anachronistic Easter Trading laws would be a welcome start.”

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      • An honest lawyer? Obviously you haven’t heard the parable of Diogenes the Cynic, a Greek philosopher who eschewing possessions wandered Athens about 400BC.

        As the story goes he dusted off his lamp and set out once again, this time looking for an honest lawyer. After a few months of this, a friend asked him how he was doing. “Not too bad,” said Diogenes, “I still have my lamp.”

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    • If there are any brains left in Parliament…
      The parliament rule is that if they are still sitting after midnight on say Wed night and any law is passed that Law is attributed to Wednesday and not Thursday.

      So if the session starts 7pm Wed and goes to 3am Thursday then 1am, 2am, 3am Thur are for all intents Wednesday.

      Apply same to bar hours.

      Simples

      The geezers may introduce a bill but they have to get it selected from the biscuit tin.
      That is easier said than done.
      It can also be hived off to committee and languish.

      We also know the Vatican party is wowser central when it comes to having any fun .
      Though shalt wear hair shirts and self flagellate if one has any thought of fun.
      Quick, Call the fun police .

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    • This ties up with Piers Morgan’s point of free speech, the under handed on Tucker Carlson and mentions the Sharon Osbourne defending Piers Morgan

      Piers Morgan joins ‘Tucker Carlson Today’ for first interview since ‘cancelation’ | Preview
      https://youtu.be/mdbwPsyoTgY
      7 mins 36 secs, : • Premiered 5 hours ago

      Too much gossip,, particularly how Megan, Harry & Oprah did manipulation.
      Pointing out “Never apologise” as Sharon had done.

      It is all a part of the pressure that is ratcheting up to lose “free speech”.
      And Piers does make good points in regarding keeping “free speech”.

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