Blog Bits

November 25th, 2008 at 5:07 pm by David Farrar
  1. Busted Blonde has a post on and how she spent several years in an abusive relationship. Go read it, and make sure you show it to any friends who need to read it.
  2. Adam Smith blogs on the Giles cartoons. As a child I loved cartoons, and every year could not wait for the annual. Grandma was my favourite character. For those who never saw them, you missed out on classics.
  3. Matthew Hooton makes the case for an .
  4. Steven Price reviews two decisions by the .
  5. Matt Nolan wants some better from the Government.
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11 Responses to “Blog Bits”

  1. barry (1,317 comments) says:

    Busted Blonde is a sad story — but…..

    Why any woman in these days of liberated females stay with these fuckwits is beyond me. If children are involved I can see a reason for some hesitation, but its actually even more reason to bugger off, and quickly.

    I feel sorry for women in these situations, but I have no sympathy if they hang around for more.

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  2. goodgod (1,363 comments) says:

    I’ve seen a woman stay in the wrong side of an abusive relationship and guess what, together, they sorted it out and ended the violence.

    So just hold up on the cliches. The one size fits all rubbish is misleading and defeatist – some people can work their problems out.

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  3. Chthoniid (1,967 comments) says:

    Shrug, I’m not sure the guy was worth it.

    One girlfriend I met at ‘varsity had a grim retaliation approach to dating. If any guy hit her, the relationship was over, no second chances. It’s the same rule I’m encouraging my daughter to adopt.

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  4. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    Watching homicidal women in the dock on TV after bashing a babies head in, and recent studies highlight the fact that the perpetrators of domestic violence are 50 – 50 in the gender stakes. On silly me, new gummint but the bullshit feminist agenda is still set in concrete. Anybody for balance before we solve the insidious DV problem? Yeah right, kiwi kids deserve better than gold medalists at child abuse. Proud to be a kiwi, fuck off, try being falsely accused of domestic violence!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. bustedblonde (138 comments) says:

    oi, d4j.
    you are right – women can be evil as well but that doesnt get away from the fact that women end up staying in violent relationships with men for a host of complicated reasons for far too long.Thats what i was trying to say. I dont condone violence by anyone for any reason. And yes tonights programme on yet another baby bashing was hideous and it is another aspect of domestic violence we need to do more about.

    I have a good mate who has been falsely accused of domestic violence and it was an extraordinarily tough time for him. But he has a new life and I know he will never forget or forgive but it has not made him bitter.

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  6. wikiriwhis business (3,302 comments) says:

    Do men purposely find inferior complexed women with an agenda to dominate them.

    turn on the charm or a year then slowly turn the screws.

    I don’t know if this has been collated or anecdoted.

    I know there are women who definitely pick timid men to dominate.

    Surely a relatiionship thesis has been written based on these factors.

    There are very few men who will pick a women equal to them. And ambitious women are not popular.

    Personally, at the end of the day, even speaking as a man, men with penis issues are just too insecure for a strong woman.

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  7. JimBWarrior (47 comments) says:

    Violence will not be arrested in NZ until we take out the Gender and race arguements, stop the violence inflicked on our Families by those who live on the profits and wages created by NZ Law and Social Policy and enshine Preferencial Equal Shared Parenting, preferably HandsOnEqualParenting into ALL Law and Social Policy effecting Families – Will will then have, Mum, Dad and all 4 Grands careing for our Kids were possible and thus little chance of the odd nuttur not being noticed before any real damage is done – Onward – JimBWarrior

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  8. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    oi bustedblonde, I wear a purple ribbon for all the Fathers who have committed suicide due to false allegations. Unlike your mate, they got “bitter” and blew their fucking heads off with the ol double barrel in the gob trick.

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  9. JimBWarrior (47 comments) says:

    Sorry – Rewritten and spell checked

    Violence will not be arrested in NZ until we take out the Gender and race arguments

    Stop the violence inflicted on our Families by those who live on the profits and wages created by NZ Law and Social Policy, bureaucrats, Judges, and their hirelings, and enshrine Preferential Equal Shared Parenting, preferably HandsOnEqualParenting into ALL Law and Social Policy effecting Families

    We will then have, Mum, Dad and all 4 Grand’s caring for our Kids were possible and thus little chance of the odd nutter not being noticed before any real damage is done – Onward – JimBWarrior

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  10. LabourDoesntWork (278 comments) says:

    On this “we’re against violence against women” day, let’s remember that most victims of violence are in fact male, and ponder why our society has become so sexist that issues like this can only be viewed through a sexist prism.

    Btw feminism has been very successful at attacking marriage and celebrating divorce, and this has placed more women than ever in relationships in which they are far more likely to be abused, i.e. non-marriage relationships. Nice one, feminism.

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  11. Murray (8,835 comments) says:

    Oh my god, a white ribbon, its so simple! Why did we never think of this before?????

    Well this as effective as that law Sue Bradford forced on us and claims is such a great success. Silly old me I thought not going around smacking my wife was the way to go, all the time I should have been wearing a white ribbon!

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