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  1. Morning everyone on this site. The drought is still with us, Oh no fine weather such a change for this time of the year//////.
    As for the misinformation bill it’s rubbish no matter which way you look at it. Just an excuse for the offended to be even more offended.
    And I am sure they can change the worlds temperatures with loads more money nothing else will do it for ya///////
    Try to in this crazy world to have a good day.
    I wonder how the no phones in school hours went? The kids possibly sang Karakea songs instead.

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  2. Watched Fairgo for something to do last night. They had a few flashbacks from the early years. Makes you realise what a good program it used to be. Their ad take offs were hilarious, the bad guys were real, everyone was genuine and it was clearly made on a low budget. When you compare it to the woke Maorified joke it’s become it’s easy to see why they’re on the way out.

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  3. Here is the fifth batch:

    1. Whenever possible, please say whatever you have to say during commercials.
    1. Christopher Columbus did not need directions, and neither do we.
    1. The relationship is never going to be like it was the first two months we were going out. Get over it. And quit whining to your girlfriends.
    1. ALL men see in only 16 colors, like Windows default settings. Peach, for example, is a fruit, not a color. Pumpkin is also a fruit. We have no idea what mauve is.
    1. If it itches, it will be scratched. We do that.

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    • “Doing it tough”, TradeMark. He’s starting to sound hollow. Argentinian President balanced the books in months. Cut deep and hard. Make every 100 days as breakneck as the first 100, or even more frantic. Gut state broadcasting of traitors. Treat your enemies as enemies and stop sucking up. FFS

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      • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga1kMdJCc_Q
        Sandie Shaw – Puppet On A String (1967)
        ————–
        I wonder if one day that, you’ll say that, you care
        If you say you love me madly, I’ll gladly
        Be there
        Like a puppet on a string

        Love is just like a merry-go-round
        With all the fun of a fair
        One day I’m feeling down on the ground
        Then I’m up in the air
        Are you leading me on?
        Tomorrow will you be gone?
        ————————-

        just replace Love with ‘politics’ in
        Politics is just like a merry-go-round
        ..and the rest is true

        Bumbling B bursary boy only has max 40 phrases in his arsenal
        and he talks
        arse n all

        The last wee while has been appalling
        No addressing Lorna Order at all- Marky Mark Mitchell was always a fog horn; no more

        We’ll make Kapiti Expressway 110 km/hr ..y’know about the end of next year after millions of dollars of consultation
        So
        Lot of wastage of time and money; and not decisive.

        all policies need to be enacted by 31 October 2024.
        Locked in.
        Not end of 2025- within 12 months of an election

        Sacking Melissa Lee. She was weak and always was going to be .
        Some Asian women are totally hard nosed. Lee has never been.
        Her takedown of Clare Curran was a one off. She is a single feather squaw and does not have the full feather head-dress of a Chief.

        Replacing Lee with Goldsmith is like a smoke signal that there is little depth in the Cabinet.
        Lets ‘circle back’ to liebour’s same problem.
        Goldsmith is feeble. He may be second-dan black belt in taekwondo. but in reality he is weak and indecisive. Prince Fluffy.

        The internal attack by luxflakes on Seymore and Peters while he was being – as usual – manipulated by churnalists overseas was a massive ball drop.

        The coalition is about where it should be on current activity/results
        It is led by the woke wet green-tinged trifecta of luxon /willis /bishop.
        Little good can come from that.

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      • beorn, luxon insists his govt dies a death of a thousand cuts. instead of cut deep and hard as a harsh one off they just scratch lightly multiple times and give media and opposition weekly fodder to tear them to shreds on.

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    • Actually listening to nude nut makes me a little sick in my mouth. Where is the strong leadership promised? He honestly couldn’t be more than a lux flake salesman. His stint at Air NZ was just to follow on from Rob Fife’s plans. What has he done in NZ? he is absolutely hopeless a John key lover and is showing the world he is pathetic, and nasty to those who aren’t as woke as he is.

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  4. In breaking news, with Jimmy two mums throwing in the towel and leaving the mad women to run the shop I’m going to have to look at changing my avatar and sometimes persona. Going to be hard to come up with something worse, Michael Baker or the pink whale are tempting but way to last week and utterly boring. Watch this space for something radical in the next few days. Going to miss my Jimmy impersonations, never mind the doll is on it’s way to his woke cave in Wellywood.

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    • It will be interesting.
      The goo-mints that pushed these dubious concoctions (but question herbal remedies) will run cover the dodgy pharmas

      See the story of Thalidomide.
      Now repurposed effectively in cancer and leprosy treatment
      But people had to battle to get compo when it was abundantly clear.
      eg baby born with no arms.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thalidomide_scandal
      This crap was going on big time
      ———
      Spain
      In Spain, thalidomide was widely available throughout the 1970s, and perhaps even into the 1980s. There were two reasons for this.
      First, state controls and safeguarding were poor; it was not until 2008 that the government even admitted the country had ever imported thalidomide.
      Second, Grünenthal failed to insist that its sister company in Madrid warn Spanish doctors, and permitted its sister company not to warn doctors of the defects.
      ….Well there is a big surpriseNOT
      —————

      In the UK, the drug was licensed in 1958 and withdrawn in 1961. Of the approximately 2,000 babies born with defects, around half died within a few months and 466 survived to at least 2010.[12]
      In 1968, after a long campaign by The Sunday Times, a compensation settlement for the UK victims was reached with Distillers Company (now part of Diageo), which had distributed the drug in the UK.[13][14]
      Distillers Biochemicals paid out approximately £28m in compensation following a legal battle.[15]

      The British Thalidomide Children’s Trust was set up in 1973 as part of a £20 million legal settlement between Distillers Company and 429 children with thalidomide-related disabilities.
      ————–

      This was with government and local MP support
      With mRNA corruption, compulsion and coercion these bastards were actively involved and will be part of the cover up and mass obfuscation.

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  5. Old man Dinesh goes to consult with his village doctor.

    When he gets to see him, he complains about a pain in his leg that doesn’t heal and wants a diagnosis and explanation.

    The doctor checks out the old man’s leg, but can’t find anything wrong. So he gives the old guy a full physical exam, and still can’t come up with any possible explanation for the pain.

    Finally, the doctor hands the patient his bill and says, “I’m sorry but the pain in your leg is caused by old age, there’s nothing I can do about it.”

    Dinesh replies with a look of disbelief, “That is not possible! That cannot be!”

    The doctor says, “What do you mean? I’m the expert here; if you know so much, how can you say it’s not old age?”

    Old Dinesh grumbles, “I’m not a doctor but it doesn’t take a medical degree to tell that your diagnosis is wrong. You are very clearly wrong. After all my other leg feels just fine.”

    “So what?” says the doctor, now miffed. “What difference does that make?”

    “Well it doesn’t hurt a bit, and it’s the same age!”

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  6. Mr Ed
    Can we start a sweepstake as to whether King Chuck will make it to 2026, January 1.

    I pick Sept 2025.
    But could be Q1, 2025.

    When you only start work at 73 years old, the career wont be long.

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  7. Our dear Tarquin
    Something that our Aaaoooteeeeaaaroaaan media have not asked you.
    It would seem that your Jimmy Shaw final resignation from being a Parliamentarian is timed so that length of time served means that you become eligible so that you can gain unlimited 1st class travel around the world as one of your superannuation perks.

    Can you confirm this? as this seems to be more sure than a Bachelor of Science BS that seems to be so real like BS in the paddock.
    Would appreciate to find a link that taxpayers will remain on the hook for about that future free 1st class travel for you.

    I do figure Shaw wants to be chameleon like to cover this, like gaining from Luxon the Net Zero Carbon job all expenses paid as Environment Commissioner, to delay using that superannuation perk, until a later day, that is hiding it for now..
    A

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      • That is called not answering the question. 🙁

        Still I do figure you are an expert in polishing off degrees to master superannuated taxpayer paid 1st class polished seats in travel perks. 🙂

        Ohhh to be so free; & master lifetime free travel around the world & account to no one.

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        • ……free travel around the world & account to no one.

          as list MP for over 9 years
          yep yep
          that is is exactly what just happened.
          List MPs- no accountability

          California Crazy Genter, a low energy critter anyway, will get a shock being an electorate MP
          The voters will get what they deserve.
          Add in 2 kids under 6 and pathetic a boyfriend and it will become a spectator sport for us.
          She is no Annette King.

          I can’t see 27 year old activist and green party MP Tamatha Paul being any bedder.

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  8. Why does RCR Radio need half a Million to get started again. It is only internet radio?
    like 21st century Student Radio

    What sort of salaries are these people getting ?
    Is it not a passion ….or is it just a job.

    From the VFF email a week ago there are 12 people. I do not know who 2 /3 are

    I know Rodney Hide and that he stuffed up Auckland then shot through. Fat Prick.

    Slater. Got no time for him. History of lying, severe mental health issues, and changing sides for a dollar.
    Claim to political prowness- his daddy was Nat Party President for 2 years last century. Wow !!!

    Peter Williams read the ‘gnews’ for teevee NZ for 30 years. That is no hallmark of trust for me.

    Lindsay Perigo is the only other I recognise and he has proven to be intelligent even if a bit out there;from memories 20 years ago.
    Libertarian Lin

    My hands are in my pockets .
    $480 k for 12 people . What is that. 12x $40,000 a year
    The running cost for internet radio are low.
    I imagine Vinny Eastwood has run his gig for about $2000 a year !!!

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    • I support RCR financially though I seldom listen to it. (Industrial deafness has wrecked radio as an information medium for me)

      I reckon that I get good value from their morning RCR Bites email which acts as a news conglomerater. It is the only source of links of NZ news that is not favourable to Labour or the Greens

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      • I supported RCR by committing $ and paying upfront for a year’s ‘foundation membership’. Only to find that after a few months they reneged and stopped streaming.

        Bummer. If they ever start up again, I expect to receive a time extension of my year’s membership to compensate me for not getting the product for which I have paid. The RCR Bites doesn’t take the place of an online radio streaming service.

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    • 10k to run rcr, 490k to the back pocket of vff and the hosts.

      like most things formed from social movements theres always a group or 2 that emerges to take advantage of mentally vulnerable folk and exploit them for their grift… blm etc done the same, the climate cult is ongoing and looks like vff/rcr are using the same exploitive tactics…. plenty of minced nutters around to exploit tho… a fool and his money etc, ^ a couple of foolish muppets in the above comments ^

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      • I unsubscribed from the VFF emails when they tried to hit me up to become a foundation member. Looked and wondered what I was getting other than an empty pocket and a warm fuzzy glow. Not like I was getting shares or anything, and didn’t appear to get anything over and above what anyone else would.

        The funding model is flawed. It either needs to be subscription-based, like The Platform, or have advertisements. I suspect the latter is a bit of a non-starter as too many businesses would want to avoid a “cooker” tag and a concomitant drop in business.

        It’s a pity, because there’s a lot of good content. But, even then, apart from Plonket’s (sic) cooker mania, Plonket does a pretty decent job of holding officials accountable and supporting free speech and open dialogue.

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  9. The piece of shit that drove the wrong way on the Kapiti Expressway causing confusion and terror in legit drivers was just 15 years old
    ——————
    A-15-year-old boy died when the stolen ute he was driving collided head-on with another vehicle near Ōtaki on Friday night.

    Reihana Hawea’s grieving family have paid tribute to him online, saying he was “the kindest and most loving boy ever”.
    Several other people were seriously injured in the crash.
    ——————

    …the kindest and most loving boy ever
    no
    this Partial early settler was a criminal.
    in a stolen vehicle
    evading police
    after committing crime
    putting lives in danger
    clearly driving without a licence
    etc etc

    I for one say that it is good Reihana Hawea only wreaked havoc on this planet for 15 years.
    It would have only got worse
    And good he was the only one that got the instant death penalty for his criminal and dangerous actions

    If you want sympathy look in the dictionary ……

    The outcome:
    Hawea died at the scene. His two passengers were critically and serious injured.
    The four people in the other vehicle suffered moderate to serious injuries.

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  10. Biden/Obama are determined to ruin the USA. Here is the latest “tactic”

    ” Ian Jaeger @IanJaeger29

    BREAKING: President Biden is reportedly working on a 10 year deal to send Ukraine $1 trillion in military aid and $500 billion in reconstruction loan guarantees and would prevent the next two presidents from cutting off aid.

    David Sacks @DavidSacks

    Zelensky announces that Ukraine is working on a security agreement with the U.S. that will fix levels of support for the next 10 years. The $61 billion was just the beginning. The next two U.S. presidents won’t be able to switch it off. ”

    h/t Mark Wauck ( Meaning in History blog)

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    • If we knew what was in our food we’d doubtlessly be a far less obese nation.

      I think back to a bloke I knew who made a lot of money from manufacturing paua fritters. He was a miserable prick & I always doubted that there was much paua in the mixture. One night when we were on the turps he divulged his secret.

      Leave the hua in for flavour & use plenty of puréed silverbeat for colour.

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  11. In this world of amazing coincidences that we are living in at the moment a former Australian Rugby League star – Terry Hill, 52, died recently, suddenly, in his sleep of sudden heart trouble in the Philippines – he had a Filipino wife.
    Two years ago of course 52 y.o Shayne Warne died in similar circumstances , this time in Thailand.

    Am sure this is butt hurt territory, wouldn’t you say SB.

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    • The thalidomide debacle was initially identified by a single nurse who noticed a pattern in the children being affected.
      I wonder how many coincidences we need before a pattern is identified and more importantly acknowledged.

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  12. Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer reportedly “chose not to” inform Health Canada, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory agencies that the cancer-linked Polyomavirus Simian Virus 40 (SV40) DNA sequence was in their widely distributed COVID-19 vaccine.
    SV40 is used to enhance gene transcription when the shots are made. It has been linked to the spread of turbo cancers in those who have been exposed to the virus via contaminated injections.
    According to a 2002 study published in the Lancet, there is evidence that links the older polio vaccines, which were filed with SV40 contaminants, to certain forms of cancer.
    Polio vaccines from the late 1950s to the early 1960s were all contaminated with SV40, after it was discovered that the virus was present in the monkey kidney cells which vaccine makers used to create the shots.
    The authors of the 2002 study claim that the SV40-contaminated polio vaccine may have caused up to half of the 55,000 cases of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosed each year.

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pfizer-reportedly-withheld-presence-of-cancer-linked-dna-in-covid-jabs-from-fda-health-canada/?utm_source=digest-freedom-2024-04-29&utm_medium=email

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  13. Bad news for all you old coots whose mantra is “alcohol good; marijuana bad”. From https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/how-your-alcohol-tolerance-changes-with-age-and-ways-to-minimise-the-damage/2HOROYDYRBGD5GNB6CYYY3HKJQ/

    …..”According to newly released data from the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of alcohol-related deaths in 2020 and 2021 exceeded 178,000, more than all drug overdoses combined. The over-65s accounted for 38 per cent of those deaths.”……

    And

    ……”“It’s a big red flag for older people to watch their alcohol intake,” says Amati. “Having that review is so important, because by that stage in your life, if you’ve been used to drinking, you’re probably not going to stop now.”……

    Sad. Very sad. Keith Richards was right after-all. Spark up another joint. 🙂

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  14. An active slip has delayed the reopening of State Highway 1 over the Brynderwyn Hills “by a number of weeks”.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/04/30/reopening-of-sh1-brynderwyns-delayed-due-to-slip/

    NZTA Waka Kotahi said the the road was due to fully reopen by May 13.

    “The slip occurred over the weekend at Kauri Tree Corner (zone F) on a slope teams were working to stabilise and there has continued to be movement in the hillside over the last couple of days, with a substantial amount of material falling today, April 30.

    “Our team is still in the early stages of assessing the best solution, and we will confirm more details as soon as we can. With the hillside still moving, safety of our team must be managed carefully.”

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  15. No surprise. Manipulative Meghan Markle hiding a second marriage.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrt23SeseRA
    Harry MAD with RAGE as Mi6 has found Meghan marriage certificate with Joe Giuliano; 3 husbands!

    That’s right, according to classified documents obtained by MI6, Meghan was previously married not once but TWICE before marrying Prince Harry in 2018.

    and…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwJf_sM47yY
    Thomas late-night call to Charles: Meg want to put Harry in Psychiatric clinic & Expose divorce plan

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