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Our Cindy’s virtue signalling has spread

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  1. The sooner she is gone for good the better, what a pathetic woman Teresa May is, a total suck up to anyone other than British people who voted for Brexit. She should never have been appointed, what were they thinking? She was against Brexit and she did everything she could to stop it.

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  2. Yet another article on Stuff by a maori academic who blames separation for the lack of maori with their own house.
    The reason they are “separated” is that they chose to be .
    Maori don’t call themselves kiwis or New Zealanders, they are Maori first, then their tribe, then their hapu.
    Maori separate themselves at work – they sit in their own groups.
    Maori separate themselves in the media, they listen to their own Maori radio stations (which we al pay for)

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  3. Now she’s on about climate change. Give it up May. Macron is waiting for you! Now that France has been muslim-ized, he can have two old battle-axes!

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      • Cheers Rachael 🙂 That’s exactly the stuff I’ve involved in. Just from photos I could tell the houses were going to surcharge on each other, and if that had been taken into account in the foundation designs. Hundreds of inspections were carried out on that site. A geotechnical engineer should have been on every single platform to confirm its suitability before any foundation work was even prepared. Rain literally washed out ground from beneath half-ass built foundations. We had seminars with lawyers defending Tauranga City showing us how NOT to do our jobs lol. (every Building Dept in the land has had the same meeting over this debacle) Even the blockwork was so sloppy- some inspectors had approved masonry WITHOUT its reinforcing steel.

        A heavy-hitter expert from Auckland went down there and condemned the lot. Incompetence at a level I’ve never experienced or thought even possible given that we work under some seriously stringent rules. None of that shit ever happened under my watch here in Northland!

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        • Well, much of what you believe is lies and untruths and well opposed to the real facts. There was nothing wrong with those houses. There is a lot more to be made public yet about that CEO and the Maor etc. They will be gone by election time. @ have already handed in their card.

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          • Viking I can assure you the foundations and general workmanship was 0800-dial-a-goon. Pictures speak a thousand words, and I was able to see stuff that isn’t easily obtainable by the general public. Had I been on that site at any given time, I’d have been looking through Council records and asking my superiors some serious questions.

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  4. I posted the following on KB, “How many lives could be saved if the money spent on compensation for confiscated firearms was spent on cancer treatment?”

    It was on topic as far as cancer treatment but went but against DPF view on firearm confiscation. While it is under moderation it will eventually be approved. It means I cannot debate with anyone who comments. However, my comments on the knee-jerk firearm legislation get plenty of upticks. That is why I other.

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    • We can thank the dozy females of NZ who went into the polling booth in 2017 to vote with their emotions & ovaries rather than their brains.

      PriNZess milked the feelz for everything they were worth. Now, when people want action & substance she’s an empty vessel.

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      • If she had declared her pregnancy before the vote, who knows how that would have panned out. But it really doesn’t matter how many dozy women voted for her, or men for that matter, Winston held the golden ticket. So can we just put the blame squarely where it belongs?

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        • Yes Rachael. We have a few on here who voted for the drunken dwarf. To keep National honest. What joke that has turned out to be.

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          • I admit I made a mistake. It would be nice if National could admit they made a mistake by not acting as an Opposition.

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            • National “acting” is like the kids in the next topic about the useless singers. If this is the best “acting” they can do, it’s going to be a long long time in opposition.

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          • And if NZF had not made it and their votes were lost, we’d likely have a National government now and Ardern would still be bleating in the benches. Not that they’re much better than Labour, but at least we’d not see the anti-freedom, politicisation of both the government, public service, police force, justiciary, and media, etc. that we’re seeing under Jacinda Ardern’s autocratic rule.

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            • National is merely less bad than Labour. That’s not a ringing endorsement for National…

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      • No nasska that’s not correct. Those who voted for Labour had every right to do so (despite being the wrong choice)…. but the blame for this hideously undemocratic outcome lies firmly with our stupid MMP system and the venal self-serving actions of one man who gathered just 7% electoral support at the polls.

        EDIT: I posted this without noticing that Rachel has already made the same point. But it bears repeating nevertheless.

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  5. regarding Climate Change.
    And the recent frenzy of articles.
    And all of our councils bringing in “Climate Change Emergencies”
    I think its going to fall flat on their face when nothing happens in ten years time.
    People are getting Climate Changed out.
    Then they will look to have been stupid and wasted all of our time and money.
    Then we can get on with life.

    I’m still waiting to see an island drowned,
    I’m still waiting to stop having to heat my house in winter.
    And I ‘m still waiting to see sea levels rise by an appreciable amount eg 1 metre.
    So far after 200 years of man made carbon in the air, the sea levels have gone up half a centimetre.

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    • “And the truth shall set you free”. It’s all make believe rubbish, spewed by the useless UN. You see the photos of people giving big hugs at those silly meetings thinking they are going to save the world from catastrophe- I’d almost feel sorry for them, but I’d rather say “Ha Ha Suckers you fell for the biggest scam in human history!” Eat shit greenies.

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    • You have one major error in your post. In ten years time it could be very fucking cold. Like famine and pestilence and freezing to death cold. The next solar minimum is set to be quite severe. Just google solar minimum and next ice age. USA are already facing major crop losses.

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    • You do realise the prophets have already made plenty of “ten years” prophecies that have been and gone, don’t you?

      This includes Prince Charles and he doesn’t seem to have fallen flat on his face.

      No, when ten or twelve years have past, they’ll go on about how we’ve got only ten more years to save the universe.

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  6. I was having a lot of problems logging in. I hadn’t actually logged out , but YSB kept telling me to login in order to comment.

    All combinations of refresh/close the page/go to another post/shout swearwords at the phone etc failed.

    Finally I managed to comment by:

    1. Logging in
    2. Muttering an Aztec incantation
    3. Using the search dialogue box to search for the word ‘have’
    4. Clicking on Have Your Say

    Voilá! I’m here!

    Now, what was I going to say? Umm.. ?

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    • Living a good clean cyber life away from X rated sites dealing in bestiality & fantasies involving squid helps. And as Kea points out sacrificing a virgin goat while facing Google HQ will build up a few brownie points.

      Or you could just use Firefox as a browser. 🙂

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      • Link please, to the bestiality and squid fantasies. I have worn out my google search…..

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    • That’s my silent revenge on anyone who voted for Winston First. If you had declared your undying support for ACT, then you would be logged in no problem.

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        • It’s also quite random. If I change to another topic, I may not be logged in. If I navigate via the ‘Recent Comments’ I may or may not be logged in.

          My phone tends to be more reliable but not always. If I open a new window, I may not be logged in.

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          • I’ve installed three alternative browsers on my phone (Chrome, TOR and Duck). They all three show the same behaviour, randomly logged in / out. Fortunately, my PC is stable and logged in all the time. It’s very weird, but I’m sure somebody will point a crowbar at a PC somewhere and all will become well again.

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      • Two ticks Yellow is it. We need an emoji. Please. or I will have to try to make one myself. Now that may turn out all wrong and instead be a face of Jacinda. and that’s no good.

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    • I had the same issue. A page refresh which said I was already logged on solved the issue on the login page. I see Herald fixer is broken…..

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    • I’m having the same problem. Got off my iPad and onto my computer and finally got logged in.

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    • But are you only limited Have You Say DM? Even after clearing browser cache still get double sign in to YSB and WordPress then after navigating that only HYS is all that can be accessed? Something weird going on that might be as detrimental as KB mediation which is pissing so many off there.

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  7. Climate Change Alarmism – approaching the tipping point?

    Thank goodness for Sky Australia and Alan Jones. Absolutely, epic slam-dunk of Australia’s Chicken Little climate hoaxers. Followed up by a great interview with an ex-IPCC climate scientist leader who completely skewers the huge lies perpetrated by the UN’s IPCC.

    Of course the leftist lunatics at the ABC are doing their full retard CNN impersonation and denouncing every single bit of everything Alan Jones says because he’s a hate speech monger and a “denier” – but when it’s this easy to prove that they’re lying like whores in an Alabama cathouse – well what can you say.

    I’m hopeful that the UN’s efforts to de-develop the Developed World are about to come crashing down.

    Why is it that everything bad on our political scene comes from the UN? Do we need to add them to the list of terrorist organisations? They’re certainly better at spreading muslim terrorism that ISIS are. They seem to be making great strides in terrorising every single schoolkid with their apocalyptic ravings about climate change.

    If that’s not enough to be treated as a terrorist organisation then I have not the slightest idea what does!

    (Want to see how obvious the lies are – have a quick gander at this).

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    • yes, there will soon be a tipping point, and we can all drop these extra taxes, and climate change this and climate change that, and get on with fixing the real problems of the world.
      Over population is poor countries
      Muslims and muslim extremism.
      And extreme socilaism

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    • Thanks for the link DP. I had heard of Alan Jones (obviously), but I had been really listened to him up until now. I found that YouTube video riveting. Cheers.

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  8. And everything you have quoted is about “principles” and “values”. There is nothing about “results” or “outcomes” in that. Remember, Labour slashes all targets. They removed accountability and shifted completely to “feelings”. What you have quoted above is the same, feelings without any achievement.

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    • Principles, such as we now have with the Treaty of Waitangi are open to interpretation.

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    • Nope, I think you are wrong on that one. ACT gives specifics. You can find them here, for example, even down to the low-quality spending programmes they will cancel. The vast majority of what they do are reasonably well explained.

      And apart from the “Hmmm…can’t reach this page” on a few of the key detail documents, the Labour government has this to say:

      What are the five public service principles? Political neutrality, free and frank advice to Ministers, merit-based appointment, open government and stewardship.

      What are the values? These are still being determined. There was strong support in the public consultation to include values in the legislation, and these are being developed for inclusion in the Bill.

      I feel like saying, “And world peace” because that’s the essence of what Labour and the SSC are proposing. Waffly bullshit with no real roadmap, no real targets and that’s after nearly 500 days of working on it.

      In terms of an effective public sector; you get that by making sure they are accountable and by cutting all the non-government related crap they are doing. It is not the governments’ job to hold our hands, burp us after dinner and wipe our asses. That’s what families, friends and communities are for. What you’d get if you had the government out of our lives and people caring for people the way we can. But you won’t get that caring society while we have a government that enforces it effectively at the point of a gun. That’s not a caring society.

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    • Less public service the better.
      No reason for govt. to own buildings.
      No reason for govt. to control education.
      No reason for govt to control health.
      No reason for govt to have control of NZTA. In fact, every reason for them not to.
      No reason for the SSC. That is a prop for the CEO’s and distorts the wages horribly.
      That would start to sort out the problems and then there are a lot more but those are the biggies.
      No Reason for women’s affairs and all the Maori departments.

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  9. In Soviet Russia, SSC Fact Sheet reads you.

    Seriously, those fact sheets are all about Labour’s control of all aspects of governance.

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  10. Funny that the most obvious policy option of all (getting rid of the State Services Commission and the role of Commissioner – after all nowhere else in the world requires a whole department to basically pay CEs – usually done out of PM & Cabinet departments as a minor administrative role) was not even considered. I’m sure there was no self-interest or self-justification at play there, obviously just a minor oversight.

    Sarcasm aside, given that SSC is an entity looking for a job and has always been that way, it’s counfounding that adopting the simpler SSC-free approach that seems to work adequately in other Westminister democracies wasn’t considered.

    I’d have had more faith in these changes if a proper, first principles, all options on the table review had been considered. Anything else is just shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic with a huge dollop of self-interest and a topping of self-preservation.

    I only see reduction in independence and aggregation of power to the Commissioner’s role – it’s fundamentally about being able to dictate, instead of leading. The UN would love it!

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  11. It’s unbelievable! I’ve just checked out Kiwiblog GD. So far there’s ONE comment posted & that deals with the lack of moderators.

    DPF’s site is never very busy on Sunday morning as most of his commenters are at church calling down hellfire & brimstone on those who wish to run their own lives but if this continues Trueblue will have more traffic. 🙂

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  12. Just another roll over of the same old same old. The requisite ‘Mission Statement’ of the 90’s for example, and other such repeated terminology. “A Unified Public Service” will just be another round of team-building and working groups to gather ideas by staff for unifying staff. Blah-de-blah-de-blah on infinitum….. It is all the purview of the taxpayer funded government departments, quangos, crown entitites etc. It is all smoke and mirrors to keep public service staff employed while the taxpayer is molified that they will improve our lives.

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    • Because most of the MP’s are useless in the real world. Never really done anything worthwhile. They are attracted to the life of an MP to satisfy their huge egos.
      “Look at me”, “Don’t you know who I am” etc.

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      • Like local councillors, attracted by the money. Money they could not earn elsewhere. There are rare exceptions. Like Amy Adams.

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    • And as predominantly lefties they are already united, it makes you wonder how they can honestly work under a National or right-wing government, wouldn’t they at the very least subconsciously impose their bias?

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    • Because it isn’t the governments’ job to be caring. There are churches and charities and people who want to care for others to do that. The government is there to provide a reasonably safe sandpit for us to play in and make sure that no foreign buggers come here to kick our sand castles over. That’s it.

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  13. In Italy they have arrested the female German captain of a migrant rescue boat.
    She disobeyed orders and landed her boat in Italy full of vermin
    She said she had to as she could not find a safe place to take them to.
    I hope the Italians sink her boat, and lock her up for along time.
    And I hope they send all the “migrants” on the boat back to Africa where they came from in the back of a military transport with a parachute on their back.
    You chose where you want to be pushed out… we are heading for the Atlantic.

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    • Pinochet one-way cruise lines lol. I often wonder why do-gooders and bleeding hearts don’t simply go live in those crappy countries themselves if they feel so bad…leave the rest of us out of it. Grab your life savings, and bugger off to the hellhole of your choice.

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  14. Today on Trump Derangement Syndrome, Trump cracked a joke with Putin over fake news. Apparently, this is on an anniversary of something bad happening to journalists (and unconnected to Trump) and Trump should have known better. Talk about deluded with their own importance.

    Reported somewhere on Get Stuffed.

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    • Yes I have noticed a tipping point a few years ago.
      Then, when there was a toddler killed by a feral there was a huge outcry about the poor we things.
      Now they are just reported once and that its, no talk back, no forums.
      Who cares?
      That’s one less feral to rob and beat us, and live on our tax money in 15 years time.

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      • Does 5 removed kids, and one dead toddler not make a clear case for forced sterilization of the guilty? Welfare-queen, baby machine. It is the highest pecking order in Labour’s world.

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  15. Stuff has breaking news. I suppose it’s another case of brown people practising post birth contraception to be blamed on colonisation…..

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  16. “A woman in a hot air balloon realises she is lost. She lowers her altitude and spots a man below.
    She shouts to him, “Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a friend I would buy him lunch an hour ago, but I don’t know where I am.”
    The man consults his portable GPS and replies, “You’re in a hot air balloon, approximately 30 feet above a ground elevation 2,346 feet above sea level. You are at 31 degrees, 14.97 minutes north latitude and 100 degrees, 49.09 minutes west longitude. You’re 20 miles south of Mordor, and 30 miles west of Narnia.”
    She rolls her eyes and says, “You must be a Republican!”
    “I am,” replies the man. “How did you know?”
    “Well,” answers the balloonist, “you’ve told me a lot of things that are technically correct, and a few things that aren’t, but none of it is any use to me in my actual circumstances. Frankly, you’re not much help to me.”
    The man smiles and responds, “You must be a Democrat.”
    “I am,” replies the balloonist. “How did you know?”
    “Well,” says the man, “You don’t know where you are or where you’re going. You’ve risen to where you are due to a large quantity of hot air, because you promised someone a free lunch that you have no idea how to make good on, and now you expect me to solve your problem. You’re in exactly the same position you were in before we met, but now, somehow, it’s become my fault.”

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    • That is SERIOUS car porn Pascal! Wow. I’d sell my wife…whoops I mean I’d give just about anything to have that car! Mid-life crisis a callin’….sigh

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  17. For a bit of a laugh, Tracy Watkins over at Get Stuffed reckons Ardern’s handling of Twitford was a tough call and equivalent to John the Smiling Assassin Key.

    What drugs does Watkins take? For a start, Key would have have demoted him to the backbench and most definitely wouldn’t have promoted him to “Economic Development”. She’s just another deluded Leftard.

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  18. Oh good, I was thinking Holy had to get onto the IT guys again to sort out another logon glitch, but like the rest of us everyone has been out enjoying this beautiful weather. I’ve just come inside as it is getting a bit chilly out there after a stunning day.

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  19. So this book will get the tangata’s all fired up and denying.

    The Pākehā slave captured by Māori as a child
    Trevor Bentley’s new book, Pākehā Slaves, Māori Masters, details the slave trade in 1800s New Zealand which, as he puts it, was “not something that only white people did to black people”.

    Children were also sometimes captured – often in retaliation against Pākehā doing the same, as the extract below details

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12241815

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    • In the NZ Herald article, they’re busily making excuses; essentially make BS about how the Maori were reluctant and forced to do it.

      It will be interesting if the author includes the English man who was captured, enslaved and among his duties being forced to cook his fellow slaves. I believe he eventually escapes. This goes against the Herald’s narrative.

      Sadly, I cannot remember his name. From scant memory his surname was Rutherford.

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  20. Greens: ‘Tens of thousands’ of rental properties not property insulated

    Greens Co-Leader Marama Davidson has speculated that tens of thousands of rental properties are likely to be in breach of the rules.

    She has urged all renters to check that they have ceiling and underfloor insulation as required by law.

    “This is about protecting our community from winter illnesses, lowering our power bills and energy use, and making homes more liveable,” she said.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12245277

    That from someoen who can’t pay her own bills. What a piece of shit.

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    • Could be a windfall, for someone, did the government use up labour and goods that would have meant both or either or been available to meet the deadline? I am pretty sure that I read that the current standard was going to be upped as well.

      It all reeks of more wealth transference.

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  21. Like this guy more and more
    ACT Party leader David Seymour says ACT would repeal the ban on single-use plastic bags and introduce a small levy to help clean up international waterways.

    “The Government’s ban, which comes into force tomorrow, represents emotional environmentalism and nanny statism, informed neither by science nor economics,”says David.

    “The level of policy analysis by the Government was so poor that it didn’t even define the problem it was trying to solve. Associate Environment Minister Eugenie Sage said she had no idea what proportion of single-use plastic bags end up in waterways.

    Should get plenty of votes on this as well as guns and all the rest.
    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/213492-actrepeal-plastic-bag-ban-introduce-cleanup-levy.html?fbclid=IwAR3ppeEzS2OBFMBp7ScI5oX9nn7XegIpxjkILxO83p_a3AIG7hLWgDLgXpA

    Two ticks ACT.

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  22. The stuck up cow next door to me said, “I think it’s ridiculous that you make your son walk the 2 miles to school, you should drive him there, you don’t know how many weirdos could be out there!”

    I said “He’s 10 years old, goes to a Catholic school & is looked after by Priests every day. The walk to school is the least of his fucking problems!”

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  23. To all my YSB friends- f*ck politics for 5 minutes, get pissed, and listen to Led Zeppelin at full volume 🙂 Time for another bong hit… Jimmy f*cking Page!!

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    • I range in preference from Bob Dylan to ACDC depending on my mood but I share your vehicle for enjoying great music.

      Crank it up! ?

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      • AC/DC my first love, when Highway To Hell came out 1979. I was 8 years old and headbanging my little heart out. I’d yet to discover girls, drugs, and all those wonderful times that awaited me…:)

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        • By 1979 I was thirty with three kids & semi-respectable or about as close to it as I’ve ever reached. The times from when I was expelled from boarding school (& booted out of home) as a callow 17 year old until I was taken prisoner at 21, half way through the sexual revolution, were standouts.

          Saturday night was flagon beer, weak bush weed, a bottle of Cold Duck in the boot for the bird & Bob Dylan. What more could a young bloke ask for? 🙂

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          • You’d be about the age of my parents nasska. They were teenagers when i was born, so I grew up with very awesome music, but bad booze/drug/nicotine habits lol! Bless their hearts I never had no grudge against them. Not ONE of my family have ever been on the dole, regardless of our sometimes Evil ways.

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          • Lol I grew up in an Italian-American family (Mums side) We were as Catholic as it gets! We went to Church twice a week. Cocaine didn’t care in the years to come…

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            • Italian food has got to be one of my all time favourites. Real comfort food. Bright and vibrant tastes. Had pasta for dinner tonight. ?

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              • My Great-Grandma Antuzzi making old-country, real raviolis in her kitchen. Family legend 🙂

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                • raviolis delicious but take time. Respect to your grandmother. My grandmother’s favourite was her traditional English roast chicken with all the trimmings. Yum!

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      • I plan on giving Act my party vote. I don’t think Act have electorate candidates so the Nats local candidate will probably be my 2nd tick.

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    • I shall be giving my electorate vote to National. I may not like Bishop but I like Anderson even less. My party vote, like last time, will go to Act.

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      • Yes two saxes. There are no yellow ticks included in the emoji symbols, no fuschia pink for their new colours so I went for the sax until someone finds a better option.
        It looks like my voting will end up as: ? ☑️

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    • First choice where ACT has a candidate. From there on in its yellow for Party and your choice for the runner-up. Now Green is no option at all. So you can choose red, Black or blue. If you chose wrong then you will be black and blue after having beaten yourself up for voting wrong.

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    • I suspect most politicians get death threats from the deranged. Whether they’re serious is another story. Supposedly there’s a video but we only have the Herald’s say-so on that. Yelling “Peters should be hanged” probably isn’t really a death threat but more of a hope for judicial action with that sentence.

      Supposedly Arps does a throat-slitting gesture but we’re NZers and we as a nation are happy with the Kapa o Pango haka’s throat-slitting as that is a gesture of “drawing vital energy into the heart and lungs”, so boo-hoo to Peters.

      We also have no clue whether the crowd was far-right or not either. This is the Herald reporting, and as far as they’re concerned anyone to the right of Chairman Mao is far-right.

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      • Winston must have needed a headline. I wonder why they didn’t charge Arps with the crime against Winston during the recent trial, if it is one?
        Should that information be being released prior to the appeal of his current conviction?

        Did the Judge now about it during the trial? If not then really they have put more information in front of the Judge, there was plenty of time for the Police to introduce the evidence during the trial, of a second charge?

        If not why are they telling us now?

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    • As usual, Jones doesn’t know what he is on about. Last time I was down there the road was sealed a long way in. Tuhoe are trying a new road seal so the runoff doesn’t affect the Lake. It’s pristine and it needs to stay that way. Best trout ever.

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      • Tamati Kruger said Tuhoe has spent $6m on the road. They should have hit up Shane from his regional money bag but I guess that would have too many strings attached to the large arrogant MP responsible.

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    • I would love to be able to get away with calling people Hillbilly’s. Cultural appropriation? What is the Maori version of Hillbilly, there must be a great Maori word for it. I do have a Hillbilly Bear though, one of the Swear Bear Group. I have the set.

      Not the ones that I was looking for but they will do, while I go look for the others.

      https://www.swearbears.com.au/

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  24. So Trump has done it again.
    Met Kim in the Dmz and went to North Korea for a visit.
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/donald-trump-and-kim-jong-un-meet-in-koreas-dmz-070250909.html

    Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump shake hands in historic DMZ first
    US President Donald Trump has met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the Demilitarised Zone between the two Koreas.

    The two leaders were seen shaking hands with Mr Kim applauding during their meeting.

    Mr Trump stepped onto North Korean soil in a symbolic diplomatic spectacle and a first for any American president.
    The two men then walked into Seoul’s territory together – pausing on the line for photographers – where they were joined by South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

    Now that Nancy will be furious.

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    • As much as I like putting the boot into Ardern, NZ isn’t a G20 country. I believe Scott Morrison would have to push for Ardern to be at the table, and quite frankly, why should he waste capital and invite the harpy?

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  25. Not only was Donald Trump the first sitting US president to walk into NK, but him and Kim Jong Un had a nearly one hour meeting and at the end they said they will re start talks amongst their officials.
    This has to be good

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