Sound familiar?

November 28th, 2007 at 8:53 am by David Farrar

The NY Times reports:

Garry Kasparov, the former chess champion and opposition leader, was arrested Saturday and sentenced to five days in jail after trying to lead a march to the offices of the federal election authorities.

Wow, I didn’t know Russia already had an Electoral Finance Act. Kasparov must have forgotten to put his name and address on his placard.

Hat Tip: Whale Oil

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92 Responses to “Sound familiar?”

  1. Tane (1,096 comments) says:

    Boo.

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  2. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    New Zealand – born to follow where others can only lead!

    MARCH 2.15 PM SATURDAY 1ST DECEMBER AOTEA SQUARE AUCKLAND – LAST CHANCE TO DO IT LEGALLY!

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  3. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Tane opens up with Boo . Who said the Auckland Zoo animal population has a higher collective IQ than the didymo creeps at the psycho standard snake farm ?

    Maybe Tane thought she was ghostwhowalks and looking at Annette’s make over I can see what she means ?

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  4. gd (2,286 comments) says:

    Its going to be great to see the media showing us marching next year without registering with the STATE AUTHORITITES and getting arrested by Plod and the shots being beamed all around the world to show that the Facist Government of the Republic of Aoteoroa has an iron grip on we dissadents as the Beloved Heavenly Leader for Life will decribe us.

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  5. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    Now this is what I mean and they say conspiracy is a dirty word.

    These things are started somewhere in the world and spread.

    I remember seeing Howard looking straight down the camera barrel and state Australia handles our problems Australian ways, then promptly introduced GST.

    The EFB does not belong to Helen Clark, she’s been ordered to implement it. From this blog post, obviously we inherited it from Russia. It’ll move on to Aus. Same thing happened with workers contracts bill.

    They are all introduced pests. Our politicians have no original ideas.

    The only natural pest we have in this country is Cacofinix.

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  6. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    anyone for possum hunting??

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  7. Sam Dixon (596 comments) says:

    Good one David. Comparing electoral finance reform that will take secret money out of elections to Russia’s slide into dictatorship will surely restore your reputation after the EFB march fiasco.

    Maybe Key should have used that line in his DVD

    http://kiwiblogblog.wordpress.com/2007/11/27/ambitious-vacuous-more-like/

    http://www.thestandard.org.nz/?p=767

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  8. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    “The only natural pest we have in this country is Cacofinix.”

    Nice one Phillip John Mason

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  9. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Yes gd, January 1st march against the government anyone? Take your unsigned placards to the new years parties?

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  10. llew (1,533 comments) says:

    Yes gd, January 1st march against the government anyone?

    Can we give the hangover a couple of days?

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  11. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Oh Sam, how to gag the internet, email and talking over a beer – that is the question these turkeys must be asking as the scurry around the country on ther hrc junkets. They sure didn’t see that form of free speech coming in the Uni d*p* dens of the 60s and 70s while they were saying how restrictive and closed minded the previous generation was. Now that they are the establishment its time to given them a taste of their own medicine, so march, march, march.

    *Its not draconian legislation its ‘dragin’-ian legilsation because only a d***head could think of it.

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  12. lyndon (325 comments) says:

    Interesting. I’d have said that this was an example of why the situation in Russia is _completely unlike_ anything to do with the situation in New Zealand.

    Then again, it’d be a funny old world if we were all the same.

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  13. gd (2,286 comments) says:

    kevin

    Like llew I will need several days to recover . But just wait until the election campaigning starts.

    And we can commit civil disobedience. My biggest fear is that Annette will order Plod to show common sense and not arrest us in which case we will have to take the media with us when we chain ourselves Emily Pankhurst style to the fittings inside the Police station and demand to be arrested and show Plod the relevant legislation.

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  14. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Lyndon, the government is working hard on that.

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  15. Lee C (4,516 comments) says:

    It is reidiculous to claim that New Zealand’s Laws are starting to become aligned to Russia’s.

    China’s, perhaps, but Russia?

    Ridiculous!

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  16. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    “Nice one Phillip John Mason”

    Cacofinix,,

    You are branding this man a criminal by using his full name. That is slander and punishable by law.

    For someone who complains about a heart complaint, you should use your heart more sparingly instead of spewing lies and innuendo from it.

    No pity from this corner.

    But good try to get my name.

    National library has it online.

    you’re Cacofinix nobody nutbar Doe Doe bird.

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  17. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    What a crackpot himimoo .

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  18. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Yes I agree – they are just inflicting the internal freedom of speech policies of the labour party on the general public – nothing new here.

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  19. sonic (2,818 comments) says:

    Thanks for proving my point on the “paranoia” post below David.

    I knew I would not have to wait long before you went over the top again.

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  20. krazykiwi (9,186 comments) says:

    Kasparov of all people would understand strategy, cause and affect. Can’t help but imagine that his arrest was intentional. I mean… no arrest, no NYT coverage.

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  21. Inventory2 (10,409 comments) says:

    Lee C said “It is ridiculous to claim that New Zealand’s Laws are starting to become aligned to Russia’s.

    China’s, perhaps, but Russia?

    Ridiculous!”

    Lee – When Winston finally gets home,and the gloss of his liaison with Condaleeza fades, he will be telling Helen all about what he was taught in North Korea!

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  22. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Sonic:

    It’s poor form to claim victory, especially when your point hasn’t been proved at all.

    This was your point:

    I’d like to thank David for [t]he best laugh in ages. After ever piece of rhetoric we have had to put up with about Stalin and Mugabe and Hitler, David accuses others of paranoia.

    Surely, Sonic, you’re not suggesting that Russia is a bastion of democratic expression?

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  23. Lee C (4,516 comments) says:

    Say what you like about the Chinese and North Korean Systems, they sure know how to stifle dissent.

    But at least they aren’t paranoid!

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  24. Lee C (4,516 comments) says:

    Not like Helen is, anyway.

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  25. Pascal (1,969 comments) says:

    The Left.

    Wow, I didn’t know Russia already had an Electoral Finance Act. Kasparov must have forgotten to put his name and address on his placard.

    The only people in the world who would read such hyperbole as fact. And then try to argue against it.

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  26. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Hey this will be a field day for lawyers after each election. I wonder if we will really know the outcome of the previous election by the time the next election roles around. And I wonder if “high decile” political parties will be able to get legal aid to prosecute suspected breaches?

    Anyone going on the march – come and say hi at the Sensible Sentencing stand on saturday afternoon.

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  27. Sam Dixon (596 comments) says:

    David, why don’t you come out and talk aobut the issues you really have a trouble with in the EFB – the end of secret donations and secret campiagns?

    http://kiwiblogblog.wordpress.com/2007/11/21/nationals-clumsy-slight-of-hand/

    http://www.thestandard.org.nz/?p=764

    [DPF: Lie No 2 for today. Only one lie left and Sam hist his daily limit]

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  28. Nick C (336 comments) says:

    Sam, why dont you stop posting links to crappy sites. It seems you believe that the only way your left wing blogs can get any readers is if you advertise them on kiwiblog.

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  29. Kevin (1,122 comments) says:

    Sam’s party wants a “knowledge economy” – well at least they’ve spent millions on bureaucrats talking to each other about it so I assume they do.

    1. To have a knowledge economy you need to assume that people can sort out fact from fiction or advertising. Are they really saying that the voters who have benefited from the fantastic education that labour has provided are so stupid that they cannot think for themselves enough to decide who to vote for?

    2. To have a modern first world economy we need ideas people. Ideas people who will be insulted by this legislation.

    3. To have this modern economy we need freedom of speech and free interchange of ideas – why do you think the countries of the OECD and those with free speech are one and the same?

    As usual with this government’s legislation, all they are doing is working against the people they need to get them out of the sh*t.

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  30. PhilBest (5,125 comments) says:

    Tane, Sam Dixon, would you please enlighten us why Kasparov DESERVES to be jailed by Putin? It will be good practice for you for when Helen starts jailing HER political opponents.

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  31. Pascal (1,969 comments) says:

    Nick C: Sam, why dont you stop posting links to crappy sites. It seems you believe that the only way your left wing blogs can get any readers is if you advertise them on kiwiblog.

    They’re being ignored because their entire ideology is so hateful.

    Come on. Can you imagine spending a day on a home territory blog with Robinsod, Tane, Sam “I have a law degree” Dixon and Roger Nome?

    Tane: Labour is so goooood. *rubs hands gleefully*
    Robinsod: You know what you really want to rub Tane!
    Roger Nome: My girlfriend’s back, I have to go. My wikipedia says so.
    Sam: http://www.thestanda … Oh wait. I don’t have to post links back to us!

    Now they’re coming in here like spoiled children who’ve been sent to bed without supper to try and attract some attention.

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  32. David Farrar (1,901 comments) says:

    Sam – you are off topic and blog whoring to an unacceptable degree. I never object to relevant topical links, but you are abusing that privilege. That’s 30 demerits for six links in the one thread.

    And you merely repeat your lies about me, rather than actually debate the fact that my submissions have consistently supported what you claim I am against. I suppose you just beleive in the maxim that if you repeat a lie enough times, some one may believe it.

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  33. Bogusnews (477 comments) says:

    PhilBest…

    Touche!

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  34. sonic (2,818 comments) says:

    Ok, lets let nationall have all the dodgy third party funding it needs bill.

    Care to be honest David, your pretendyefence of “freee speech” has failed.

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  35. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Sonic:

    I’ve yet to see a substantive commentary from you on the EFB, particularly on the threads containing detailed analysis of its provisions. Honestly, is the drive-by sneer all you’ve got?

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  36. sonic (2,818 comments) says:

    Peak Oil, I am yet to see anything substantial from you, other than frothing at the mouth hysteria.

    Look at the beam in your eye before commenting abouit the mote in mine.

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  37. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Sonic:

    Don’t be an ass. I’ve actually commented on the EFB – which was probably around the time you were offline for family reasons.

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  38. tom hunter (5,078 comments) says:

    Honestly, is the drive-by sneer all you’ve got

    A drive-by usually results in serious injuries.

    Sonic’s are more like the Halloween egging of a house that has seen through the masks and the song and dance routine and refused to hand over any candy.

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  39. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    POC-

    Of course Sonic’s right about you. Full of yourself, talking out your arse, never providing anything to back up your substantiate your arguments. Constant pithy little personal jibes. What a boring waste of band-width you truly are.

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  40. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    “That’s 30 demerits for six links in the one thread.”

    Under the right-wing “soft” liberal vineer there’s always a fascist jackboot waiting to stomp on any and all oposition – especially when it’s effective. DPF proves this fact of political life yet again. The question is, who on the left will be here come election time? I don’t like my chances.

    [DPF: Now this is interesting. Tane got all upset over people comparing the EFB to fascism. And this is a bill which has been called a serious breach of human rights. Meanwhile Roger Gnome calls me a fascist because I shock horror gave some demerits out for someone posting off topic repeatedly on my private blog. So where is Tane rusjing in to attack Roger Gnome for such offensive comparisons?]

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  41. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Roger Nome:

    What a boring waste of band-width you truly are.

    And what a wanker you are. I thought after our last interesting discussion on terrorism matters, you might actually measure up. Now I know you’re a blow-ass.

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  42. boomtownprat (281 comments) says:

    “vineer”

    Go to the back of the class Roger. Are you sure you are a stellar academic?

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  43. krazykiwi (9,186 comments) says:

    The question is, who on the left will be here come election time?

    Why those who contribute constructively to debate of course. Link whoring fowl-mouthed trolls may find that a difficult concept to grasp. C’est la vie!

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  44. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John/Roger Nome’s idea of academic masturbation apparently involves trotting out his boring essays on every Kiwiblog thread. Let’s see, I remember he quoted a 1986 NZBR submission on industrial reform as being somehow relevant to the EFB.

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  45. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    Oh don’t be such a sooky, petulant little thing POC. I assume that you mean to be a boring arsehole otherwise you would actually make some effort when you post – not just rattle off shallow, unsubstantiated opinion and smears when you post. It’s a bit disappointing actually, I’m sure that if you took some time to do a bit of reading you could make some edifying comments here. Unfortunately you appear to have a bit of a “free-rider” mentality – you don’t mind being educated by others, but when it’s time to reciprocate, time and again you’ve been found wanting. It’s all take and no give with you unfortunately. You’re a “knowledge bludger”.

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  46. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John/Roger Nome:

    Your post is laden with value-judgments that confuse fact with opinion. Like I care what you think. I feel I make constructive contributions to Kiwiblog, and engage with others who are similarly minded.

    And all this from a person who aspires to be a “highly-paid academic”? And I see you’ve shifted gear. Self-ego masturbation really suits you.

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  47. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    Sam Dixon

    Russia’s slide into dictatorship …

    It all started because people didn’t like the socialists…. sound familiar ?

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  48. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    “I feel I make constructive contributions to Kiwiblog”

    oh don’t be so disengenuous POC – surely you’re not so stupid as to delude yourself into thinking that you ever add anything worth reading here? Or maybe you are – I’m certainly starting to think so.

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  49. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    POC ; I doubt even rogered gnomer could self masturbate properly ? What a sad case study in stupidity . He might be a Mason ?

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  50. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    roger nome

    POC adds a lot more than you do. He’s not suffereing a “Labour good” “national bad” or a “National good” “Labour bad” eye patch.

    You of course have the “Labour good” one. You are full of yourself and abaout as smart as the dog shit I stood on at lunch time.

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  51. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John/Roger Nome:

    oh don’t be so disengenuous POC – surely you’re not so stupid as to delude yourself into thinking that you ever add anything worth reading here? Or maybe you are – I’m certainly starting to think so.

    Now you’re trolling.

    Seeing as you’re in a trolling frame of mind, go back to your finest moment at http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2007/08/national_party_conference_dinner_photos.html.

    Tell me your highly offensive remarks were “worth reading”?

    And guess what – unlike you, I’m not going to engage in a dick-waving contest about who contributes the most to Kiwiblog. I’ll stick to my discussion points and share them with people I find interesting to talk to, and I’d suggest you do the same.

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  52. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    roger nome

    I pretty sure I meet you in Dunners. A new years eve party at a mutual friends place on the eve of 2005. We had a great discussion about how bad/good the reforms of the 80’s & 90’s were.

    31 Stirling st – ring any bells for you ?

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  53. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    hehe – I see you have a cheering squad POC. Two middle aged bigots – one a repeat offender/sociopath, and the other an intellectually challenged “chess player” who can’t retain his staff to save himslef. With friends like these ……

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  54. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    roger nome

    Keen for a game of chess ? – want to see how you stack up against somebody as intellectually challenged as me ?

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  55. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    roger nome

    We have been here before haven’t we. I think last time you said chess wasn’t your game and I questioned if it was because both sides need to play by the same rules. Funny – you didn’t answer that question.

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  56. boomtownprat (281 comments) says:

    Roger the garden ornament said…………..”who can’t retain his staff to save himslef”

    seriously, has academic standards at Otago sunk so low!

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  57. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    Burt – I seriously doubt that we have any “mutual friends”. To clear it up you could tell me this person’s first name and age? The address is unfamiliar.

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  58. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John/Roger Nome:

    You’re not coming across too well on this thread. I think you’d better stop digging yourself into a hole.

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  59. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    nome

    Her first name is Sophie and she is 40. Turned 40 this year. Has some connection to some major land mark up on the hill.

    [DPF: Good God I recall Sophie. This is a small world!!]

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  60. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    Burt:

    hmmm, still no bells going off – and I don’t remember having such a conversation with a decrepit Tory that night, and I don’t remember being in Andy Bay, though I may well have been more than a little boozed. Still though, I don’t know anyone that age called Sophie. So you’re probably mistaken.

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  61. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    Burt:

    Was the guy who you were talking to tall, dark and handsom? :-)

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  62. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    “I’ll stick to my discussion points and share them with people I find interesting to talk to”

    What if they find you interminably boring and uninformative POC? Will you still inflict yourself upon them?

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  63. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John:

    What if they find you interminably boring and uninformative POC? Will you still inflict yourself upon them?

    Ah, still going at it hammer and tongs, I see?

    Since you bring character into the equation, let’s see what sort of person you are.

    I hope you have no difficulty explaining these bigoted comments to a future employer:

    Roger nome Says:
    August 5th, 2007 at 1:54 pm

    yeah – reminds me of a “fox and freinds” current affairs session. All those pretty women/adornments of ugly rich men, whose social worth appears to be roughly proportionate to the amount of boob they choose to expose. So they have their source of cash sorted, now all they have to worry about is finding a hunk with some decent genes

    • roger nome Says:
    August 5th, 2007 at 3:56 pm

    “Politics of Envy Bollix David….”

    Yeah, shit why wasn’t I born a trophy wife? Is there no god? Oh that’s right trophy wives aren’t born, they’re made, in Pilates class and/or surgery.

    “Roger will never find this little fact out but smart intelligent people attract smart intelligent people”

    Oh really? Shit, well my sweety has an IQ of 130-140! So I guess you could say that she’s a “smart intelligent” person, and beautiful to boot (IMHO). Yet she’s not married to a decrepit robber baron, and prefers people to talk to her face when at social events. Go figure hey?

    • roger nome Says:
    August 5th, 2007 at 4:28 pm

    I especially liked “Lydia B”. BTW does anyone know what brand of “fake tan” was she is waring? Could it be “umpa-lumpa orange”? Or perhaps she went up-market with a pottle of “Tamaki-Glow”? Either way it’s very tasteful.

    What a nice chap you are.

    I challenge you to show me any contribution I’ve made to Kiwiblog that’s as terminably interesting and informative as this.

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  64. boomtownprat (281 comments) says:

    Irrelevant garden ornament said

    “Burt:

    Was the guy who you were talking to tall, dark and handsom? :-)”

    Has Otago academia been reduced to this ? Oh dear

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  65. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Oh dear nothing has changed at Otago academia since Peter was there ?

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  66. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Hi Mark H – hows Phillip ? Otago – yeah right – lol .

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  67. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Anything sound familiar roger nome ?

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  68. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    Oh dear POC – still desperately trawling through long dead threads for evidence of “wrong doing” i see. What a sad little man you are indeed.

    So many months ago I injected a bit a life into an otherwise dull thread with some colourful comments, and you’re still wetting yourself over it. Pathetic, even for you.

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  69. Pascal (1,969 comments) says:

    40-15. POC to serve.

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  70. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John/Roger Nome:

    Sooky wah wah. Suck it up. You brought my character into the debate, so I’m just seeing how we measure up. You’re not doing too well so far. Shall we continue?

    Wet yourself over these:

    Nothing like a bit of “rugger bugger” (a term I stole from a gay friend) homo eroticism to form those close helenistic bonds. Such powerful weapon in the heat of battle :-)

    “Mommy – tell David to take is [sic]toe out of my ……”

    http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2007/10/young_nats_bonding.html

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  71. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Pascal:

    That must be game, set and match? :)

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  72. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    I am sorry about the one , two , three combination posting punters but this Phillip John rogered gnomer is a disgrace to every New Zealanders’ integrity and dignity . People like him are not worthy of any serious consideration . They are horse shit idiots .

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  73. Pascal (1,969 comments) says:

    Game, POC. Roger Nome to serve.

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  74. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Fuck tennis when talking to roger , put up the gloves lickspittle !!!

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  75. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Round One , put your top back on again Nicky , oops I mean cricket.
    Attention punters ;

    In the socialist spittle corner red dog rogered wabbit fucker, from mental hospital in Red Russia
    Verse
    In the blue corner – Wild Bill from Smackville USA

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  76. boomtownprat (281 comments) says:

    Game, set, match and tournament to POC.

    Come on Nome/useless ornament…..you must have a wiki/OECD quote somewhere?

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  77. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    POC –

    Feel free to keep trawling through those ancient threads for “naughty” comments. It’s actually quite funny to see just how petty and desperate you really are, and that you think I really care. And you say you’re a lawyer earning a six-figure salary, yet this is all you can find to do with your spare time? Do you have any idea how sad you look? :-)

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  78. Pascal (1,969 comments) says:

    Hang on a minute Roger. Weren’t you the one that started this little petty and desperate side track? And now that it’s turning against you you’re claiming the high ground?

    Sad man. Sad.

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  79. roger nome (4,067 comments) says:

    Off to watch some vids with some freinds now. Enjoy the funny-farm guys!

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  80. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    Yes pascal what a sad case study roger nome is . Children if you are reading this, please I ask you to never be like Phillip John when you get older .

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  81. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Phillip John/Roger Nome:

    Oh sooky wah wah.

    You started this at 4:42 pm. Scroll back up. Your comment was unsolicited and completely unwarranted.

    I know it hurts to have your dirty-laundry thrown back at you.
    And it’s telling that you can’t produce any quotes of a similar vein that I’ve posted on Kiwiblog.

    Oh, and this “vids with some freinds [sic]” is a variation on your “sorry guys, my girlfriend with a 130-140 IQ has come to take me away” line.

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  82. PhilBest (5,125 comments) says:

    Sorry, I’ve said this before, but seeing we’re discussing roger nome’s character, I suspect he came from the distinguished old family, the Gnomes of Zurich, but was such a disgrace to them he was shipped out to NZ at a young age with a slight change of spelling to his surname.

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  83. dad4justice (8,303 comments) says:

    I see PhilBest, the Gnomes of Zürich , explains a lot to me , funny bunch those weirdos Manson’s.

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  84. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    POC

    So nomes girlfriend has an IQ of 130-140 – what a lightweight :-)

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  85. burt (8,309 comments) says:

    DPF

    I posted an address above, can you edit that away for me.

    Thanks.

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  86. Peak Oil Conspiracy (3,433 comments) says:

    Burt:

    Yes, we should all admire the combined intelligence of Phillip John and his babe.

    Or maybe not.

    This babe always seem to call when he’s six-foot deep in doo-doo on some Kiwiblog thread or other. So convenient.

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  87. Tane (1,096 comments) says:

    So where is Tane rusjing in to attack Roger Gnome for such offensive comparisons?

    I was out having a life David. You should try it some time.

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  88. Jim (398 comments) says:

    Tane posted at 2:33 am:

    “I was out having a life David. You should try it some time”

    Heh… somehow that seems funny. People with a life are browsing blogs at half past two (NZT) on Thursday morning?

    Or perhaps you’re like me, Tane, and voted with a plane ticket so that these early morning NZ timestamps are meaningless.

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  89. Pascal (1,969 comments) says:

    Peak: This babe always seem to call when he’s six-foot deep in doo-doo on some Kiwiblog thread or other. So convenient.

    Streuth. Roger only says goodbye when he’s had his feral nature exposed :)

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  90. Manolo (14,038 comments) says:

    “People with a life are browsing blogs at 2.30am (NZT) on Thu morning?

    What about blogging outside a WINZ branch office to be first in queue to collect some money? Some of our fellow left-wing commentators are devilishly smart.

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  91. cubit9f (357 comments) says:

    It has been reported that in the UK the Labour party there are in a spot of bother over electoral funding. Lots of very large anonymous funds.

    Funny that our Labour party like to strongly ally itself with the Blair now Brown mob. In fact they closely examine and share strategic initiatives.

    I guess that is all over now as this type of activity will have to be publicly condemned by the NZ Labour team.

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