Whale reviews his 2010.
If anyone thinks blogs do not have influence, then go ask Andrew Williams.
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Whale is a fucking modern day Kiwi hero.
Get a few thousand Whales and DPF’s and what will happen?
Well, for one thing the standard of journalism in lil old NZ would IMPROVE.
Couldn’t get much worse though.
Happy New Year guys.
Mostly side issues, but the people he annoys, also annoy me so keep up the good work whale.
tvb – everything in politics outside the finances of the country are side issues.
Cactus Kate, when you ever gonna reply to me?
How you doin?
Happy New Year.
I can tell you, you are definitely more attactive to me than Whale and DPF.
And I will keep you more honest.
I am a creepy internet stalker though apparently, yes I am.
Do you like creepy?
Just kidding, my beautiful gf is heading to Hong Kong as we speak.
She is dong bei though, as tough as you.
Hope you both enjoy the fireworks.
I would crawl over DPF and Whale to get to you if I had the equipment and energy of Sir Edmund Hillary.
Whale must really piss people of and I also like to watch the bstds squirm .. he gets great intel from somewhere.
and yes Robbie, she is a honey BUT prickly sometimes it seems
I salute Whale’s efforts during 2010. He is a tireless campaigner without being an spin-doctor.
Jesus, that’s it, eight comments!?
And includes my pathetic online attempts at seducing Cactus Kate, an Asian!!
DPF is currently dropping champagne, with two hot NZ models feeling up his blackberry, going, yeah, he aint as famous as me.
Haha, get drunk and fall over.
Only one year to go!
Fucking boring here in Germany!
They allow sales of fire-works one time a year so I am hoping for a good show tonight.
Manolo – Whaleoil spins like a top – generally to make himself look better than he is. And most of the material is still provided by paid journalists.
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