General Debate 20 April 2012

April 20th, 2012 at 8:00 am by Kokila Patel
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  1. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    The government is to forge ahead with a ban on branded cigarette packets.
    Cabinet has agreed ”in principle” to introduce a plain packaging regime alongside Australia – but only after public consultation.
    Associate Minister of Health Tariana Turia announced the move this evening, calling it ”a significant to our goal of making New Zealand smokefree by 2025.”

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/6774918/Plain-packets-to-be-introduced-for-cigarettes

    but from the Dominion Post, March 26,2012 –

    Big Tobacco is getting even bigger in Lower Hutt as Imperial Tobacco’s Petone factory gears up to send 4 billion cigarettes a year to Australia.

    The long-established factory in Richmond St will be quadrupling its exports across the ditch and introducing 50 new jobs, with a two-year, $45-million upgrade nearing completion.

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/business/6635460/Tobacco-deal-creates-50-jobs-in-Petone

    So cigarettes will become illegal in New Zealand but manufactured here for export to Australia.
    That could contribute to eventually to evening up the Aussie/New Zealand wages inequality –
    by attrition?

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  2. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    And

    One of Taranaki’s largest private investment projects has gone horribly wrong, losing close to $20 million in a series of high-risk financial ventures.
    The loss means Taranaki’s most northern iwi, Ngati Tama, has shed all of a $14.5m Treaty of Waitangi payout it received in 2003.
    ..
    Yesterday Ngati Tama kaumatua Wiremu Matuku opened the iwi’s books in front of the Taranaki Daily News in what they said would be the only time they would speak to the news media over the issue.
    “And unfortunately for Ngati Tama’s estimated 5000 members, what they read in your newspaper will be the first time they will hear of this terrible news,” said an emotional Mr Matuku, 76, of New Plymouth.
    “Our tribe is devastated, not only by the news, but also by the realisation that once it becomes public Ngati Tama will be battered by speculation over why various investments went so bad. We are going to have to carry a heavy burden of shame and accusation.”

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/6753899/Iwi-loses-most-of-Treaty-payout

    One supposes the white guilt for historic infringements and that any post colonial stress syndrome caused by the Queen were absolved by the Treaty payout, but what is the psychological consequences now of the iwi loosing this money itself. Who will “carry a heavy burden of shame and accusation” and how will the new dispossession be compensated for – will it just dissolve ["what they said would be the only time they would speak to the news media over the issue"] and if so, where does that place the collective white guilt in the first place.
    Just wondering, while I was having the morning shower …

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  3. Pete George (21,796 comments) says:

    Dunedin business, the mayor and even the union see what they can do to get a positive out of the Hillside workshops announcement – Hillside sale an opportunity?

    While Clare Curran steams like Josephine, calling Key and English liars (but not Colllins).

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  4. Falafulu Fisi (2,176 comments) says:

    For programmers and those who are into software technology.

    New single-photon source could boost quantum cryptography

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  5. john.bt (170 comments) says:

    Yvette… When one of the other iwi lost a heap of their settlement we were told about ‘fidiciary duty’. This means that if iwi blow their payout it is the fault of the colonial oppressor and further payments could be required. Doesn’t that sound fair and reasonable to you.

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  6. philu (13,393 comments) says:

    http://whoar.co.nz/2012/hey-do-you-like-to-watch-stuff-blow-up-in-slow-motion-then-this-video-is-for-you/

    “..The title of the Danish TV program “Dumt & Farligt” translates to “stupid and dangerous.”

    We can’t gather too much information from the show’s website – but the basic point seems to be that a pair of guys (Jan Elhøj and stuntman Lasse Spang Olsen) with destructive tendencies film stunts in which they shoot, crush, explode or otherwise destroy a variety of household goods.

    It’s unclear whether the show has an underlying premise apart from wanton destruction…”

    phillip ure@whoar.co.nz

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  7. Ryan Sproull (6,661 comments) says:

    If you’re on Twitter, buy an Anzac poppy by $3 TXT at http://anz.ac.nz/ to put on your Twitter profile image.

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  8. philu (13,393 comments) says:

    http://whoar.co.nz/2012/what-if-the-greedy-rich-paid-their-share-8-things-to-know-about-wealth-and-poverty/

    “..We’re far from poor –

    - we just have a wildly lopsided distribution of wealth that makes us seem poor…”

    phillip ure@whoar.co.nz

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  9. cha (3,524 comments) says:

    Rest in peace one of the great voices of American music, Levon Helm, who passed away today at the age of 71

    The Last Waltz – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.

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  10. Gosman (335 comments) says:

    http://gowans.wordpress.com/2008/09/30/stephen-zunes%E2%80%99-false-statements-on-zimbabwe-and-woza/

    Love how leftists blame everything bad in the world on the US or bankers.

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  11. Pete George (21,796 comments) says:

    Gosman, it’s the grand conspiracy against all the good that’s left in the world. Like this suggestion of the reason behind selling Hillside workshops:

    Has Hillside been deliberately run down so it can be sold to a selected overseas buyer (we are being softened up for this already) who has had their eye on it for a while and wants to buy it cheaply and exploit the workforce?

    It’s either “them” or Simon Lusk.

    Clare Curran calls it “a deliberate campaign to make Kiwirail’s Hillside workshops commercially defunct”.

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  12. Pete George (21,796 comments) says:

    David Cunliffe may be overblowing things when he says:
    “There is a cynical but carefully worked out Government agenda to flog off as many public assets as possible.

    http://www.voxy.co.nz/national/kiwirail-solid-energy-blow-asset-limit-claims/5/121134

    But he’s close to a valid point with:
    “The National Government promised New Zealanders would retain at least 51per cent of their SOEs. It is now clear that promise is meaningless,”

    Asset sales 49% ownership at risk.

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  13. Paulus (2,291 comments) says:

    I am forming a new Political Party.
    It’s to be called the “ANTALL Party”
    Its objectives are based on being Anti anything in New Zealand.
    Initially ANTI John Key – bacause he is a successful Prime Minister.
    ANTI Fracking, and associated procreation words
    ANTI a National Convention centre because it will cost taxpayers no money. There are no queues for using the pokies.
    ANTI core Public “Servants” because we do not have servants in New Zealand – so get rid of all servants.
    ANTI further Maori settlements after 2014, so that the Waitangi Tribunal can be wound up.
    ANTI Trade Unions as they only represent the employment of the Union executives, to the detriment of the paying members.
    ANTI anything All Black because black is a funeral colour, and New Zealand is pro funeral anything.
    This can be expanded ad nauseum.
    The basis tenet of the party is to be New Zealand ANTI everything.

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  14. Other_Andy (2,079 comments) says:

    Just in.
    Crafar Farm deal approved……

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  15. Pete George (21,796 comments) says:

    An APATHY party would have the biggest potential support base, but difficult getting anyone to vote for it.

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  16. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    Crafar Farm deal approved……

    Excellent. Just in time for the Chinese visit as well. What a coincidence. A good and happy one, that is.

    Shame it had to take so long. I bet Fay appeals and/or engages Winston in the media – ironic isn’t it – Fay and Winston on the same team after all these years. Both have the same set of ethics: i.e. none. That’s the only reason why.

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  17. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Paulus

    …”I am forming a new Political Party.
    It’s to be called the “ANTALL Party””…..

    Wouldn’t it be easier to give Don Brash a call & get a few tips on taking over an established party?

    After all, the Greens are up & running & anti everything.

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  18. Fletch (5,715 comments) says:

    According to the Herald Sun, the AFL in Australia plans to install prayer rooms at all grounds because Muslims have to pray 5 times a day so can’t attend matches.

    EX-HAWTHORN president and former premier Jeff Kennett has lashed out at the AFL for ruling that all grounds must install prayer rooms.
    It comes after Richmond’s Bachar Houli said the requirement for Muslims to pray five times a day was stopping many from attending AFL games.

    Houli said many were forced to pray in carparks or stairwells at AFL grounds.

    But Mr Kennett labelled the AFL’s mandate “ridiculous”.

    “To put prayer rooms into sporting venues is not part of the Australian lexicon. I think it is an over-reaction,” he said on 3AW .

    “It’s not practical, it’s stupid, it’s political correctness gone mad.”

    He said the move would also ruin the culture of football and create unnecessary change.

    “In the old days when you went to a football ground there were very few stands, there was mud on the ground that was real football,” he said.

    Houli, a devout Muslim who works for the AFL one day a week as a multicultural ambassador, asked league chief Andrew Demetriou to provide prayer rooms at all grounds.

    Prayer rooms, for all denominations, have been recently introduced at Etihad Stadium, the MCG and Sydney’s ANZ Stadium.

    But the AFL is now insisting on prayer rooms at the SCG and all other interstate venues. Houli said not many fans knew of the existing prayer rooms and Mr Demetriou said prayer rooms were long overdue.

    “It was a request from Bachar in his role as a multicultural ambassador and, to be honest, I was genuinely surprised it wasn’t thought of before,” Mr Demetriou said.

    And there are those who say Sharia is not creeping down our way….

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  19. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    Here’s an example of what 911 awareness brings to the party in terms of current geopolitical analysis. Nothing to do with 911, but an understanding that just because an issue like Fukushima is not being reported in the MSM does not mean it’s gone away and also, while this article doesn’t cover it at all, an awareness of who might have engineered this and why they might have done it. All of which have nothing whatsoever to do with 911 itself, other than the common denominator of who might have engineered it. But to those who don’t get it, it’s all just imagination, including probably those empty Chinese cities. They’re probably just imaginary as well, to those who don’t get it.

    http://www.readersupportednews.org/news-section2/344-208/11006-russia-stunned-after-japanese-plan-to-evacuate-40-million-revealed

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  20. Fletch (5,715 comments) says:

    Anders Breivik ‘trained’ by playing Tour Of Duty: Modern Warfare.

    Anders Behring Breivik has described how he “trained” for the attacks he carried out in Norway last summer using the computer game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

    The 33-year-old said he practised his shot using a “holographic aiming device” on the war simulation game, which he said is used by armies around the world for training.

    “You develop target acquisition,” he said. He used a similar device during the shooting attacks that left 69 dead at a political youth camp on the island of Utøya on 22 July.

    Describing the game, he said: “It consists of many hundreds of different tasks and some of these tasks can be compared with an attack, for real. That’s why it’s used by many armies throughout the world. It’s very good for acquiring experience related to sights systems.”

    He added: “If you are familiar with a holographic sight, it’s built up in such a way that you could have given it to your grandmother and she would have been a super marksman. It’s designed to be used by anyone. In reality it requires very little training to use it in an optimal way. But of course it does help if you’ve practised using a simulator.”

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/apr/19/anders-breivik-call-of-duty

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  21. philu (13,393 comments) says:

    http://whoar.co.nz/2012/is-fukushimas-doomsday-machine-about-to-blow-%C2%A0%C2%A0/

    “…Mounting troubles at Japan’s hobbled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant now pose a real threat to human survival.

    If the area in which Unit 4 is struck by another 7.0 magnitude earthquake – there’s a 70 percent chance that “the entire fuel pool structure will collapse” -

    - and massive doses of lethal nuclear radiation will be released into the atmosphere.

    The disaster would release approximately “134 million curies is Cesium-137 — roughly 85 times the amount of Cs-137 released at Chernobyl as estimated by the U.S. National Council on Radiation Protection (NCRP).”

    Experts believe that the amounts are sufficient to “destroy the world environment and our civilization”, which makes containment “an issue of human survival.”

    (“The Greatest Single Threat to Humanity: Fuel Pool Number 4″, Washington’s blog) Link–http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/04/the-largest-short-term-threat-to-humanity-the-fuel-pools-of-fukushima.html

    The structural integrity of Unit 4′s cooling pool was greatly compromised by the earthquake and following tsunami which struck the facility over a year ago.

    At present, the pools are not adequately protected or reinforced – which means that a sizable tremor could “cause a disaster worse than the three reactor meltdowns.”

    If such a disaster were to occur, “people should get out of Japan -

    - and residents of the West Coast of America and Canada should shut all of their windows and stay inside,” says nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen.

    While the danger to life and the environment pose the greatest single national security threat the United States has faced since WW2 – the Obama administration has provided little aid to the emergency effort.

    Japan is largely “going it alone” trying to cobble together a plan to safely store the spent fuel and minimize the risks to public safety…”

    (cont..)

    phillip ure@whoar.co.nz

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  22. Fletch (5,715 comments) says:

    Starbucks not going to use dye from crushed bugs in their products any more *yuck*

    Your Strawberries & Creme frappuchino will no longer feature a splash of bug – enough customers didn’t want to slurp crushed cochineal insects that Starbucks Corp. is ditching the red dye used in their making.
    The Mexican and South American tropical creepy-crawlies were dried and then processed into a coloring product that gave some Starbucks goods – including strawberry banana smoothies, raspberry swirl cakes, birthday cake pops, mini doughnuts with pink icing and red velvet whoopee pie – their rosy hue.

    But it wasn’t vegan. It wasn’t kosher. It was also just kind of gross, according to the thousands of Starbucks customers who decided they weren’t adventurous enough to stomach the ingredient. (Maybe the color is part of it – consumer outcry also caused several retailers to recently strip meat products known as pink slime from their shelves.)

    By the end of June, cochineal insect dye will be no more at Starbucks. The Seattle company will replace it with a tomato extract called lycopene.

    “As our customers you expect and deserve better – and we promise to do better,” wrote Starbucks’ U.S. President Cliff Burrows in a blog post Thursday.

    http://lat.ms/HWoJje

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  23. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    LJ

    After all the warnings of Armageddon in the first few weeks after the quake struck Japan our normally gabby, sensationalist MSM haven’t uttered much more than a peep on this subject. There’s only two possible explanations:

    1) Everything is rainbows & fluffy kittens OR
    2) Our gutless media are being told to keep quiet to prevent panic.

    I favour the latter.

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  24. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    For international, our media just follow AP/Reuters leads nasska. Without question or further investigation. They don’t even do their job, what they’re paid to do. Pathetic isn’t it.

    That article says that Japan media is more open about it than the US who aren’t being told a thing. I can believe that from the US but wonder if the Japanese are still getting the full picture.

    If the spent fuel pool from #4 collapses as a result of another tremor, that’s a mega disaster. What would be good is if the US offered its help in clearing that up since it’s a specialist job, they need to remain encased in water throughout and I would bet the US Army Engineers would be able to do something useful there. But then you have the politics of it.

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  25. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    LJ

    From what I understand, next to Japan itself, the USA has most to lose if the Fukushima plant goes out of control. Prevailing winds will take the radiation out to sea & across the Pacific.

    Americans are generally totally ignorant of & disinterested in anything that happens outside their national borders but you would think that some of the brighter people in the path of a potential disaster might be having a wake up call.

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  26. Scott Chris (5,675 comments) says:

    Prevailing winds will take the radiation out to sea & across the Pacific.

    What goes round comes around. Eventually.

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  27. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    Update on Japan media: maybe not quite so open.

    http://www.dw.de/dw/article/0,,15890837,00.html

    What goes round comes around. Eventually.

    And doesn’t the ceasium get into the water and the marine food chain Scott?

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  28. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    LJ

    On the same subject, you would think that an august body such as the UN might momentarily distract themselves from the problems of forced racial integration, bogus claims of AGW & plans for world government. If only they could spare a few minutes to consider the downside of a globe glowing with radiation.

    It must be Hell for them to sort their priorities.

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  29. Other_Andy (2,079 comments) says:

    @nasska

    Do you think that if there was any bad news regarding the Fukushima plant, the UN would keep quiet?

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  30. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Other_Andy

    If it fitted in with some part of their agenda their silence would be deafening. I must admit, however, to a bias….I just don’t trust the bastards on two fronts….anything they say & anything they do.

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  31. kowtow (6,685 comments) says:

    Hey nasska’

    I delight in the globe “glowing with radiation”, it comes from a nuclear reactor, it’s called sunshine and it’s bloody marvellous.

    Fletch

    Prayer rooms for every denomination……..yeah right. Where is the secular atheist outrage? Oh that’s right the prayer rooms are for Muslims who are seen as a “racial” immigrant minority ,so it must be a good idea.

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  32. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    kowtow

    Fair comment. I still prefer that nice atmospherically filtered radiation from afar as opposed to that given off by spent fuel rods.

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  33. mikenmild (8,721 comments) says:

    What’s wrong with the prayer rooms? If being able to pray makes a difference in attracting fans, what’s the harm?

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  34. V (660 comments) says:

    Worth posting.

    http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/hollywood-loses-final-appeal-in-piracy-case-20120420-1xb12.html

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  35. Pete George (21,796 comments) says:

    Great gesture by Adam Thomson to auction his squad signed RWC ball to raise money for Otago Spirit women’s rugby. He has raised $3240.

    http://yourdunedin.org/2012/04/20/adam-thompson-mission-rwc-ball-auction-raises-3240/

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  36. Other_Andy (2,079 comments) says:

    Peak Oil Off: Great Game On

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewhulbert/2012/04/19/peak-oil-off-great-game-on/

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  37. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Has anyone noticed the thread about Lianne Dalziell has mysteriously vanished?

    What’s the story DPF??

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  38. mikenmild (8,721 comments) says:

    Ha ha – there was a comment on that thread suggesting it was a hoax.

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  39. Denis (65 comments) says:

    It would be because of all the defamation and slander you have been blogging also the threats of violence you make when you get annoyed and things are not going your way.

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  40. mikenmild (8,721 comments) says:

    You could test Denis’s theory, DG, by repeating here your earlier comments about his charm. I’ve got the popcorn ready.

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  41. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    I am just waiting for him to bust a vein…by my calcuations he’s now been awake close to 24 hours aside from a few hours “rest”….

    I love bush lawyers who think they know all about defamation…what business were you and the late King were involved in again?

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  42. Denis (65 comments) says:

    mikeenmind

    You mean this

    David Garrett (1,372) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 7:43 am
    “Denis Stewart” is one Ceri John, formerly of Whangarei and Tonga. While in Tonga he ran a backpackers hostel that was fairly successful. He was also a heavy meth user, and rumoured to be a dealer in that drug and others. Judging by the long rant at 3.57 am this morning, it would seem he is still a meth user.
    John was deported from Tonga – or at least put on a plane and made a prohibited immigrant – in 2001 or 2002. The backpackers hostel was sold. John has never returned to the Kingdom. Any “joint venture with the King of Tonga” he was involved in was entirely a figment of his fevered imagination.
    For the past several years he has sent e-mails under various alias’s claiming that Garth McVicar and I are: 1) rapists; 2) paedophiles; 3) guilty of historic or ongoing child abuse. Recently he sent e-mails to – ironically Sensible Setencing’s spokesperson on drugs – claiming to be me.
    I will leave readers of kiwiblog to make up their own minds about John/Stewart/Johnson/Morrison.
    Wow
    David Garrett, when are you going to learn to stop lying.
    Garrett is trying to side track the issues away from himself with defamation and slander, a normal tactic David Garrett uses throughout his courier, (well known liar) as I said, when Garrett doesn’t get his way he will start intimidating, threatening violence and if that does not work, gathers his naive followers feeding them lies they swallow, line hook and sinker.
    I am related to the dead child Garrett stole from.

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  43. mikenmild (8,721 comments) says:

    All that aside, I’d be interested to hear from DPF why the Lianne Dalziel thread was taken down.

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  44. Nostalgia-NZ (4,677 comments) says:

    Dalziel may have had some objections.

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  45. Denis (65 comments) says:

    I hope she had a good read

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  46. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    What does “….throughout his courier…” mean Dennis? I have never been in the courier business…

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  47. Denis (65 comments) says:

    is that the best you can up with

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  48. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    Information on Romney – may be slightly important since he or Obama will be Pres (apparently).

    Not that there’s anything wrong with this [to quote Seinfeld].

    http://pauldrockton.com/Romneygay.html

    BTW, do you guys know what Mormons really do? Really?

    So you’re quite comfortable voting for him, instead of Obama, in the imaginary situation you were allowed to?

    Wonder what Burkes’ peerage says?

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  49. Pauleastbay (5,030 comments) says:

    Another GD thread rooted, fuck off Denis, constant repetition is boring , we already have several boring repeaters that are warmists , truthers, God botherers but you are the only one who is fixated on a person.

    PS I f you must be boring at least try and make sense…. you stole a family from a dead child..fucktard

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  50. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    So Dennis..so far we know you are illiterate; that you had an imaginary business relationship with the late King of Tonga; that you send e-mail to office holders in SST purporting to be from me; that you continually make highly defamatory and completely baseless accusations against Garth McVicar; you have a fifth form education..what else would you like to share about yourself with the group?

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  51. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    David I sympathise. In a much much milder way I’m dealing with the same sort of insanity from tom hunter, who seems to enjoy dredging up posts from years ago and quoting from them selectively to establish points being debated in today’s conditions and climate.

    Online stalkers, really.

    Debate, fair enough.

    Stalking. Never.

    Like I say, my case appears 0.0001% severity of yours cf Denis, however will be most interested in remedies and developments for would like to apply same with appropriate remediation of course, to my little man, or boy, tom hunter.

    Clearly, online pests are growing.

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  52. Griff (6,263 comments) says:

    “I am related to the dead child Garrett stole from.”

    The dead don’t posses any thing
    Only the living can

    The past is well gone, dead and buried you could say
    Seems a lame excuse for cyberstalking.

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  53. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Garretts messages me on this blog palying games, then deleting them so no can see what he is saying.

    I am the relation of the child you stole from.

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  54. Other_Andy (2,079 comments) says:

    Just watched John Key on Campbell Live.
    Key was good and (I hate to say it) so was Campbell.
    No trick questions, no silly point scoring.

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  55. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Griff: I could very easily expose this prick regarding his alleged connection with the dead child, but my position right now is too delicate to risk doing anything that might breach a suppression order…I have no doubt that certain sleazy bastards in the legal profession are watching this blog and others like hawks…

    Apologies to everyone else for the disruption this prick is causing because of his obsession with me…

    Dennis: You saw the question apparently…a one word answer is all that is needed to prove you are who you say you are…otherwise take PEB’s advice

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  56. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Five minutes…

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  57. Nostalgia-NZ (4,677 comments) says:

    Other_Andy

    He was bloody impressive on Close Up as well.
    The right sort of upbeat language that I want to hear from a leader.

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  58. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    David Garrett

    It’s not your fault & there’s bugger all you can do if someone follows you around the internet.

    I’m not sure that our host is a great fan of people who use his blog for nonstop personal attacks so the problem may yet disappear as it did on Whale’s site.

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  59. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    “but you are the only one who is fixated on a person.”

    Fuck off PEB I am fixated on Lord Birkenhead.

    But only because he represents to me all that is utterly reprehensible in the legal profession.

    Greed. Avarice. Egotism. Huge sense of entitlement—-utterly above any possible value to society that his ilk have demonstrated.

    And what is more he wont answer my mail! :)

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  60. Griff (6,263 comments) says:

    No offense to you DG Though U do seem to polarize people somewhat.

    Denise is a weirdo.Weirdos are fun to wind up

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  61. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Twelve minutes…you are lying prick (but then we already knew that) go and shove your head where the sun don’t shine….

    Better yet, drive to your nearest police station and try to make a complaint of “threating (sic.) violence” based on my invitation to discuss the old days in Tonga around my duck pond…Best of luck with that…

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  62. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Dennis can get fucked. I like you David.

    Slightly flawed jokers are far more interesting than bloody prats like him! :) :)

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  63. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Johnboy: I genuinely have no idea who FES is…and I find your posts on here almost universally good humoured …but I just cant see what it is about FES’s comments which vex you so…He and I are rarely on the same side, but the interchange is always good humoured..

    What has the man done to you? I just dont see what you clearly see in his posts…

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  64. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    “Just wondering, while I was having the morning shower …”

    Ah my dear. The vision that you describe hav made my dicky tickeur go into overdrive!!! :)

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  65. Pauleastbay (5,030 comments) says:

    Denis

    Spell check please, you are a stalker and boring but have some pride and don’t show you are lazy as well

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  66. Other_Andy (2,079 comments) says:

    @Nostalgia-NZ

    Campbell asked all the questions we have seen in the papers and on the blogs about the Crafar Farms and the Casino deal. John Key answered them confidently and honestly and had Campbell on the backfoot several times especially about the casino deal. But to be fair, Campbell asked the questions everybody has been asking over the last few days.
    Key also challenged Shearer to come on Campbell Live to, if he thought casinos were so bad as he has stated several times, announce he would close all casinos in New Zealand.

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  67. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Garrett states
    Griff: I could very easily expose this prick regarding his alleged connection with the dead child, but my position right now is too delicate to risk doing anything that might breach a suppression order…I have no doubt that certain sleazy bastards in the legal profession are watching this blog and others like hawks…

    Garrett ,still many skeletons in your

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  68. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    I dislike lawyers in general David. I am aware of your previous profession. :)

    I particularly dislike lawyers who have carved a huge income for themselves from the public purse.

    WFWL I like to call it. Working For Welfare for Lawyers.

    They are no better than up market dole bludgers and dishonest DPB beneficaries.

    Fellows like Lord Birkenhead are leading the charge against the public defender system.

    Sooner they get dealt to the better. We have far to many greedy little lawyers in NZ.

    More Scientists and Engineers would be a goal JK and team should be working towards.

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  69. Pauleastbay (5,030 comments) says:

    Denis,……….still many skeletons in your??????????

    You have 2 minutes 55 seconds to edit your comments , you are embarassing yourself badly, get your shit together

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  70. Denis (65 comments) says:

    OK

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  71. Nostalgia-NZ (4,677 comments) says:

    Other_Andy

    He spoke about the comparative number of pokies now compared to earlier (less), also about the number of jobs created, in construction and later. A good positive message with an aside about Michael Fay’s earlier position on selling assets off shore. A bit refreshing from all the doom and gloom actually. At least to me he got the arguments moving away from the mantras we’ve heard for a long time. I got the impression that having returned from overseas selling the message of investment here and free trade etc he was upbeat, informed, and invigorated.

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  72. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    That took a little while, Johnboy … :-)

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  73. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    My card Madame Yvette.——Monsieur Johnboy. Slowly and with due consideration to my creaking joints!! :)

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  74. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Little Johnny: “Mum, can a boy get another boy pregnant?”

    “Of course not.” said his mother.

    “See Kevin, I told you everything’s gonna be alright…”

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  75. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Johnboy: I have never practised criminal law as everyone on here knows (Yes..save yourself the trouble illiterate one, I have one conviction and a discharge without…as everyone knows)…but you would surely – I would hope – agree that even the mongrels deserve a defence? I agree wholeheartedly that they do….it just doesnt have to be me providing it…

    Nasska: Ah, that earthy rurual humour for which you are justly renowned…

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  76. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    With spinal stenosis and arthritic knees, the noise could be quite momentous!
    just as well that you-know-what makes you deaf.

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  77. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Its just the cost of providing that defence and the profusion of Beamers among the so called profession that is the sticking point David.

    Somehow I just can’t get past the fixation I have that the progress of the country would be better served by Scientists, Engineers and GOOD teachers on say $300/hour and ambulance chasers on say $14/hour. :)

    Silly old fool that I am of course! :)

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  78. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Just making it clear.
    Drunken driving conviction
    Violent conviction and the rest you cheated to get off so you could gag the family and cover up dead child.

    You are a criminal, end of story
    Garrett states.
    (Twelve minutes…you are lying prick (but then we already knew that) go and shove your head where the sun don’t shine…Better yet, drive to your nearest police station and try to make a complaint of “threating (sic.) violence” based on my invitation to discuss the old days in Tonga around my duck pond…Best of luck with that…

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  79. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    So how much money do 500 pokie machines return, that they are worth building a $ 350 million convention centre. or is it a façade fausse – the convention centre provides the evening clients for the pokies?

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  80. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    You sound like a lady with medical qualifications Yvette.

    Perhaps you could diagnose my failings? :)

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  81. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Jonboy: I will confess that I have never seen the justification for barristers charging $1000 an hour…no matter how good they are or what the stakes in the trials they undertake might be… I can even agree….no I can’t….it’s those bastards who are watching every word again…you know what they say: just because you are paranoid doesnt mean you arent being followed…wait until next week when I should be in a position to comment more freely…

    Yvette: May I join the queue? I dont think we are always on the same side, but I would rather you diagnose the reason(s) for my many failings than….some others…

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  82. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    No, Johnboy – at my age they are all medical disqualifications
    Together we would sound like the 1812 Overture

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  83. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Your right David. I always have this impression that I am being followed by invisible sheep.

    Fucking worrying really!!

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  84. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    I haven’t felt the Earth shake from cannons going off for over thirty years Yvette! :)

    David is younger than me.

    He may be able to light the fuse still! :)

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  85. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Johnboy

    Probably the ghost of a ewe scorned.

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  86. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    Apple martini with a dash of Cointreau, Johnboy – soothes medical conditions rather than aggravez
    Avoids too haunting images of Shrek
    A good earth shake was 1968 – double quake, damaged the Wellington Post Office – you should have felt that in the mountains of Wainuiomata

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  87. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Nasska and Johnboy: How are things in the serious rural sector right now? Here on the play farm the grass is still growing, the rain usually falls at night, and the ducks are starting to check out the pond…Haven’t shot for a couple of seasons, so there should be a few about on opening morning….

    Truly, it’s like the bloody Somme around here about 6.15 am on the first Saturday in May…

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  88. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Or perhaps perchance to dream nasska.

    One that loved not wisely but too well
    A ewe, a ewe! My kingdom for a ewe!

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  89. Denis (65 comments) says:

    hear we go
    suck up time

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  90. Griff (6,263 comments) says:

    Denise
    Do cyber stalkers do stuff
    you know is it thawk thawk thawk drunk driving, thawk thawk violent, thwak thawk one more insult and i will come?
    Or do you want David to marry you, the old treat me like the bitch i am.?
    Or is it just that you are lonely and are trying to reach out to the world.?

    Come on Id love a little insight into the mind of a nutcase

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  91. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    David

    Everything is not what it seems
    When you can get all you wanted in your wildest dreams
    You might run into trouble if you go to extremes
    Because everything is not what it seems

    Everything is not what it seems
    When you can have what you want by the simplest of means
    Be careful not to mess with the balance of things
    Because everything is not what it seems

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  92. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Johnboy
    well said

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  93. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Griff: Ignore the mongrel…he has just proven he is completely full of shit, and along the way caused further hurt to the family if – god forbid – some asshole tells them someone claiming to be a relative is dragging it all up yet again…

    The man is dogshit…

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  94. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Didn’t say it for you Denis.

    You assume far too much for a little insignificant sort of turd! :)

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  95. Denis (65 comments) says:

    You are full of it Garrett
    Garrett, jealous

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  96. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Its OK I forgive you

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  97. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    Well you know everything’s gonna be a breeze
    that the end will no doubt justify the means
    You could fix any problem except those in your knees
    Yes, please…

    Well you might find out It’ll go to your head
    When with the snap of your fingers you can make your bed
    After your passion is released, on some ewe you just fleeced
    When a martini could’ve sufficed instead

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  98. Other_Andy (2,079 comments) says:

    Almost wishing for philu to come back.
    And…
    I said almost!

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  99. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Garrett states dragging it all up yet again…

    Garrett
    When you drove pissed and pleaded not guilty and tried to sleaze out of the conviction
    That brought it back to the child’s family you stole from.

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  100. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Sob, sob, – - – why that’s just wonderful Yvette.

    If you liked that you’ll really like this one- -

    There once was a bloke from Nantucket
    Who’s dick was so long he c – -

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  101. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    An old man had a dog he just loved but the dog had the bad
    habit of attacking anything that moved including people. His
    friends told him that if he had the dog fixed he would lose
    his aggressions and quit this behavior.

    So the old man had his dog fixed and a few days later was in
    his front room when themeter reader came up the steps. The dog
    jumped up and went right thru the screen door and attacked
    the visitor. The old man ran out and pulled his dog off and
    began apologizing to the meter reader.

    He said, “I am so sorry, I don’t know what to do or say. My
    friends told me he would quit attacking people if I had him
    fixed. I just don’t know what to do.”

    The meter reader picked himself up and said, “You should have
    had his teeth pulled, I knew when he came out the door he
    wasn’t going to fuck me.”

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  102. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    Regarding long equipment, Johnboy, there was the young guy who was desperately concerned his girlfriend would be shocked and over-awed at the length he had so he suggested she pop upstairs to the bedroom and ready herself and he’d be ‘up’ in a moment.
    Then, when she said she was ready he told her he’d gently introduce himself and put a little of it around the edge of the bedroom door.
    “Yes” she said, “I see it and I’m not scared yet”
    So he said “There’s a little more, coming around the door”
    “Yes, I see more of it” she said ” But I’m not scared yet”
    “Well” he said, “Just to be certain, he’s a little more of it. How is that?”
    “Great! Yes it sure is ‘great’, but I’m OK, I’m fine”
    “Good, then!” he said “Let’s do it …
    I’m coming upstairs!”

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  103. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    A Wainuiomata man finally makes his fortune and is having his dream house built. As he talks to the architect on how he wants the house built he says, ‘See that tree there, don’t cut it down because under that tree I made love for the first time.’

    The architect says he understands the sentimental value of the tree and he will design the house so that the tree isn’t harmed.

    Then the man says, ‘And you see that tree over there, I don’t want it cut either, because her mother stood there and watched as we made love.’

    The architect could hardly believe his ears,’That’s incredible, what did her mother say?’

    To which the Wainuiomata man replies,’Baaaaaa.”

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  104. slijmbal (1,133 comments) says:

    This thread looks like it is being deliberately disrupted so I question the motives of the disrupters. Denis is winding up DG because he has buttons that can be pushed but the end result is no real debate.

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  105. krazykiwi (9,188 comments) says:

    I can’t decide if I’d rather read comments from the attack troll, or gnaw my own arm off. Actually, yes I can. Where’s the sauce?

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  106. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Wild West

    An Eastern newspaper correspondent had just arrived in an old Western town when he noticed a curious lack of women. Walking into the local saloon he asked a cocky shitkicker, ‘What do you fellas do around here for entertainment?’ ‘Ya mean women?’ asked the shitkicker. ‘We ain’t got none. ‘Round here folks fuck sheep’. ‘That’s disgusting,’ cried the correspondent, ‘I’ve never heard of such moral degradation’.

    However, after a few months, the correspondent’s rocks were beginning to ache and the sheep were looking more and more attractive. So he finally went out and found himself a comely sheep, brought her back to his room, shampooed her and then tied ribbons in her hair. After a bottle of champagne, he lured the sheep into his bedchamber and released his pent-up frustrations. Afterward, he escorted his four-legged lover to the saloon for a drink. As the correspondent and his wooly mate entered, a hush fell over the patrons and the anxious couple became the object of many stares. ‘You goddamn bunch of hypocrites!’ the reporter yelled. ‘You’ve been fucking sheep for years, but when I do it up right you look at me like I’m some sort of crazy pervert!’ One cowboy in the back of the crowd spoke up, ‘Yeah, but that’s the sheriff’s gal!’

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  107. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    “How the hell did you manage to drive into the back of a parked Police car?”

    “I was busy checking in my rear view mirror.”

    “Checking what?”

    “Checking to see if the cyclist had got back up.”

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  108. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Just in case anyone missed it, this prick has absolutely no connection to the family he claims…

    Some of you will remember one of the most heinous murders in living memory, an old couple in the King Country called the Harrisons…they were killed by two pieces of shit called Gresham Marsh and Leith Ray (Google those names if you have strong stomachs) who did it “to see what killing felt like”…our illiterate friend was Marsh’s brother in law by marriage….

    Marsh’s own step-sister is a founding member of SST…she joined so she could do all she could to keep her own brother behind bars because, having grown up with him, she knows what an evil bastard he is…

    Our illiterate friend has decided that Marsh was wrongly convicted and is working to have him released…THAT’S how concerned he is about victims of violent crime…

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  109. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    A missionary gets sent into deepest darkest Africa and goes to live with a tribe there. He spends years with the people, teaching them to read, write and the good Christian ways of the white man. One thing he particularly stresses is the evils of sexual sin. Thou must not commit adultery or fornication!!

    One day, the wife of one of the Tribe’s noblemen gives birth to a white child. The village is shocked and the chief is sent by his people to talk with the missionary. ‘You have taught us of the evils of sexual sin, yet here a black woman gives birth to a white child. You are the only white man that has ever set foot in our village. It doesn’t take a genius to work out what has been going on!’

    The missionary replies: ‘No, no, my good man. You are mistaken. What you have here is a natural occurence – what is called an albino. Look to thy yonder field. See a field of white sheep, and yet amongst them is one black one. Nature does this on occasion.’

    The chief pauses for a moment then says, ‘Tell you what, you don’t say anything about the sheep, I won’t say anything about the white child.’

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  110. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    An Wainui guy was taking his driving test and the instructor says ‘Can you make a U-Turn’.

    The Wainui guy replies, ‘make her turn, I could make her eyes water’

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  111. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and didn’t know where to find them,
    But a search revealed they were in the next field
    With a dirty great farmer behind them.

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  112. krazykiwi (9,188 comments) says:

    A nerd was walking down the sidewalk one day when his friend, another nerd, rode up on an incredible shiny new bicycle.

    The first nerd was stunned by his friend’s sweet ride and asked, “WOW! Where did you get such a nice bike?”

    The second nerd replied, “Well, yesterday I was walking home, minding my own business, when a beautiful woman rode up to me on this bike. She threw the bike to the ground, took off all her clothes and said, ‘Take what you want!’”

    The second nerd nodded approvingly, “Good choice. The clothes probably wouldn’t have fit.”

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  113. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Reasons why Sheep are better than Women:

    Sheep don’t have a gag reflex, or upper teeth
    You can get a better grip on a sheep’s ear
    Sheep don’t shy away from boots and leather
    Cotton mouth is easier to get rid of than a social disease
    Nuttin’ beats mutton
    Sheep won’t argue about whose turn it is to go get a towel
    Sheep won’t drink your liquor, smoke your weed, snort your coke, and then tell you they have to be
    home early
    Sheep never ask if you’re ready to settle down
    Sheep never ask about you former lovers and then get pissed off when you tell them
    No matter how old or ugly you are, you can always find a willing ewe
    Sheep are never concerned about their reputation
    Sheep won’t tell all their friends about the time you couldn’t get it up
    Sheep won’t ask if you’re gay the first time you can’t get it up for the second time
    Sheep never insist on eating out
    You’ll never catch your sheep masturbating

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  114. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Drunken joke from David Garrett

    David Garrett (1,388) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 9:11 pm
    Just in case anyone missed it, this prick has absolutely no connection to the family he claims…
    Some of you will remember one of the most heinous murders in living memory, an old couple in the King Country called the Harrisons…they were killed by two pieces of shit called Gresham Marsh and Leith Ray (Google those names if you have strong stomachs) who did it “to see what killing felt like”…our illiterate friend was Marsh’s brother in law by marriage….
    Marsh’s own step-sister is a founding member of SST…she joined so she could do all she could to keep her own brother behind bars because, having grown up with him, she knows what an evil bastard he is…
    Our illiterate friend has decided that Marsh was wrongly convicted and is working to have him released…THAT’S how concerned he is about victims of violent crime…

    You are a drunken liar Garrett and a thief

    The boy he cried wolf

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  115. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    And in a completely different vein altogether! :)

    A male-to-female transexual was recently interviewed on a radio talk show.
    The DJ asked the transexual about what, if any, pain the person experienced
    during the operation. The transexual replied, “Well, when they cut my penis off,
    that really didn’t hurt too much. Even when they implanted the breasts in my
    chest, well, that really didn’t hurt too much either….”
    “Then you didn’t experience any real physical pain at all then?”
    “Hell no! It hurt like hell when they stuck that big fucking needle in my
    head and sucked out all my brains and then cut my salary in half!”

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  116. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    CYCLIST, noun: Someone who spends 20 years moaning like an arsehole because he wants a specially-built cycle path that’s set back from the traffic. Then, when the budget’s approved and the fucking thing is finally built, he carries on cycling in the road.

    See also “tosser” & “wanker”.

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  117. krazykiwi (9,188 comments) says:

    now now nasska, based on that definition i’d suggest you need to get your arsehole checked :)

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  118. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    How do you turn a fox into an elephant?
    Marry It!

    What is the difference between a battery and a woman?
    A battery has a positive side.

    What are the three fastest means of communication?
    1) Internet
    2) Telephone
    3) Telawoman

    How are fat girls and mopeds alike?
    They’re both fun to ride until your friends find out.

    How is a woman like a condom?
    Both of them spend more time in your wallet than on your dick.

    What should you give a woman who has everything?
    A man to show her how to work it.

    Why is the space between a woman’s breasts and her hips called a waist?
    Because you could easily fit another pair of tits in there.

    How do you make 5 pounds of fat look good?
    Put a nipple on it.

    Why do women rub their eyes when they wake up?
    Because they don’t have balls to scratch.

    Why do women fake orgasms ?
    Because they think men care.

    What do you say to a woman with 2 black eyes?
    Nothing, she’s been told twice already.

    How many men does it take to open a beer?
    None. It should be opened by the time she brings it

    If your wife keeps coming out of the kitchen to nag at you, what have you done wrong?
    Made her chain too long

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  119. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Don’t worry krazykiwi….you’re safe , for now. I’ve already reached my bag limit for cyclists for the 2012 season.

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  120. nasska (9,471 comments) says:

    Its a constant worry at this time of the year, with the nights getting darker earlier its getting even harder to see cyclists on the roads.

    I missed three of the buggers last night!

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  121. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    Some of you will remember one of the most heinous murders in living memory, an old couple in the King Country called the Harrisons…they were killed by two pieces of shit called Gresham Marsh and Leith Ray

    I do remember that David.

    John a NZ retired soldier, was not afraid, he said he was going to call the police, as he walked away the 1st bullet went into his back, straight through to his spinal cord 2nd bullet in the abdomen, 3rd bullet in his mouth, 4th bullet point blank in his head. Then Gresham and his two accomplices went up to the bedroom to deal with Josephine (as he put it). She was sitting up in bed waiting to die, they shot her in the head twice then covered her face with a pillow.

    Josephine’s last words were “What have I ever done to You”. Marsh and Ray were sentenced to 10 years for two killings. I guess this means 5 years for each of the killings, do you call this Justice in New Zealand? I CALL IT A FREEBIE KILLING…. 10 Years sentencing for 2 lives.

    Justice system in this country does leave a lot to be desired. 10 years for a crime like that, is far far too light.

    Do you agree with that, Denis? If not, why not?

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  122. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Buy these nasska. You’ll never miss another one again!

    http://greystoneguns.co.nz/night-vision/

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  123. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    The fellows who make a generous living from that sort of shit are equally to blame LJ.

    They have created the legal system we have to advantage themselves financially.

    IMHO they are lower than the scum they defend.

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  124. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Make you mind up Garrett which one is it.

    David Garrett (1,372) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 7:43 am
    “Denis Stewart” is one Ceri John, formerly of Whangarei and Tonga. While in Tonga he ran a backpackers hostel that was fairly successful. He was also a heavy meth user, and rumoured to be a dealer in that drug and others. Judging by the long rant at 3.57 am this morning, it would seem he is still a meth user.
    John was deported from Tonga – or at least put on a plane and made a prohibited immigrant – in 2001 or 2002. The backpackers hostel was sold. John has never returned to the Kingdom. Any “joint venture with the King of Tonga” he was involved in was entirely a figment of his fevered imagination.
    For the past several years he has sent e-mails under various alias’s claiming that Garth McVicar and I are: 1) rapists; 2) paedophiles; 3) guilty of historic or ongoing child abuse. Recently he sent e-mails to – ironically Sensible Setencing’s spokesperson on drugs – claiming to be me.
    I will leave readers of kiwiblog to make up their own minds about John/Stewart/Johnson/Morrison.

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  125. krazykiwi (9,188 comments) says:

    JB 9:35, Translate into French and I’m sure Yvette will be yours. Good luck with that :)

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  126. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Madam Yvette has always had a high regard for Un Monsieur KK.

    I am ever hopeful! :)

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  127. Leaping Jimmy (15,501 comments) says:

    To a certain extent Johnboy however I would say they have shaped it within the permitted boundaries to their own advantage and I would put people like Hart and Williams in this realm, people who know a lot about the crims but who have basically for their own slickness, not played a straight bat as to what is right and wrong in terms of what would be correct for those people.

    Not every crim lawyer is like those two and others I also put with them, however – that’s a really big point.

    Another really big point is the role played by the judges and politicians in setting the tarriffs, and that whole entire process IMO needs super rapid massive overhaul and exposure to public scrutiny PDQ like, yesterday.

    What seems to be missing is these people seem to have forgotten who they work for. They work for US, not for someone else. And it is US who needs to be consulted and satisfied and if WE decide something which they don’t think is a very good or a very workable idea well, fuck them, WE’RE the one’s in charge, not them, so STFU and just do it. Somehow, that message has been lost in translation. I look forward to the first conference where the CJ is informed this is in future, how it’s going to be working so she can henceforth STFU and just listen, and don’t forget to take notes.

    I feel confident this will happen very soon indeed.

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  128. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Or this one

    David Garrett (1,388) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 9:11 pm
    Just in case anyone missed it, this prick has absolutely no connection to the family he claims…
    Some of you will remember one of the most heinous murders in living memory, an old couple in the King Country called the Harrisons…they were killed by two pieces of shit called Gresham Marsh and Leith Ray (Google those names if you have strong stomachs) who did it “to see what killing felt like”…our illiterate friend was Marsh’s brother in law by marriage….
    Marsh’s own step-sister is a founding member of SST…she joined so she could do all she could to keep her own brother behind bars because, having grown up with him, she knows what an evil bastard he is…
    Our illiterate friend has decided that Marsh was wrongly convicted and is working to have him released…THAT’S how concerned he is about victims of violent crime…Delete ReplyReply ForwardSpamMovePrint Actions NextPrevious

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  129. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    I dont LJ.

    I think the overstuffed, egocentric turds will go on lording it over the plebes just like they bloody well have for years.

    They will continue to do it because we have let them do it for centuries and they know we can’t stop them because they CONTROL THE PROCESS.

    There is a way of changing it all but we don’t do that here. :)

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  130. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Denis. Fuck off. You are boring.

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  131. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Truth hurts does it not

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  132. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    David has gone Denis. He most likely got bored!

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  133. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Garrett has run out of lies..

    David have you ever thought of getting counselling not only for your anger and drunkenness, but for compulsive lying and cheating

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  134. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    Johnboy: Nah, still here mate…just trying not to feed the troll…and let everyone else get some respite from the illiterate so they can enjoy each others company..he’ll still be here at 4.30 tommorow morning I suspect…apparently they can go days on that stuff without sleep..

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  135. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Do you think he drinks a lot of coke? :)

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  136. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Anyway. How many fine fellows out there feel, like I do, that it is time to seize our legal system out of the grasp of the nasty, greedy, avaricious lawyer people and restore it to the people?

    Hands up for a serious change of emphasis!

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  137. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    LOL….Well I dont usually wish an early death on anyone…

    Ah Jeeze JB…you have been on the bourbon again! Replace it with what exactly? I have just read John Grisham”s “The Appeal”…I thought elected judges might be an OK idea until I read that…recommend it.

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  138. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    But you will make an exception in this particular case? :)

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  139. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    JB: You’re onto it…. and the clown still thinks you’re his mate! All a bit sad really…I suspose the limited brain can only process so much..bit like those early computers which crashed when you overloaded them

    Oops, you’re out of favour…he’s withdrawn his kind words about you JB…I am sure you are grief stricken..

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  140. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Never touch that Yankee shit David. Stick to Scotch or Gin.

    Replace our posing, adversarial legal profession, based on all that pommy shit, with tradesmen who just get on with the job of actually discovering who dunnit and why.

    Take a scientific view of crime and pay similar money to the legal technicians as we we pay to say medical lab. techs.

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  141. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    So shattered I would hire Lord Birkenhead to defend me if the bastard would respond to my mail! :)

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  142. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    I’ve been out of town today – missed some of the fun. Bugger…..

    Whaleoil recently named ‘Denis’ as Denis Stewart – the author of numerous bilious posts against the Sensible Sentencing Trust. The same ‘Denis’ used the nom ‘myarkwrench’ which is interesting because by coincidence a chap named Denis Lee Stewart used to have a business called Myark Marine. But of course, that may only be a big fat coincidence.

    Back in 2010, ‘denis stewart’ posted a comment on KB: http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2010/08/the_sensible_sentencing_trust. and in yet another big fat coincidence, his nom was linked to the website: http://www.myark.com and his comment contained many of the exact words and phrases used in this latest string of invective from ‘denis’… But, of course that could just be another big fact coincidence.

    Denis is a really sick puppy with a long history of taking swipes at the SST / Garth McVicar, Peter Jenkins and David Garrett. And Johnboy sums his up ‘contributions’ well: “Denis. Fuck off. You are boring.”

    Right on. :D

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  143. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    You are a hero! :)

    I fucking knew I was useful for something other than keeping sheep content Elaycee. :)

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  144. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    Of course, Johnboy. And a less expensive option than Lord Birkenhead, too… :P

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  145. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Keen on Legal Technicians at say $25/hour are you then Elaycee?

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  146. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    Bugger. “Johnboy sums his up ‘contributions’ well” is a grammatical cock-up and was meant to read: ‘Johnboy sums up his ‘contributions’ well….’

    And I haven’t had a drop!

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  147. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    “Keen on Legal Technicians at say $25/hour are you then Elaycee?”

    Depends on her CV, Johnboy…. :D

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  148. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Ballantines is only $31 at Super Liquoir Elaycee.

    Stay off that Bourbon shit. Look what it did to the debate tonight! :)

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  149. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Dame Sian would become a “Legal Technician” under my plan Elaycee.

    Care to rephrase your answer? :)

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  150. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Elaycee

    Thanks for all that info keep it comming.

    You should try and bark up another tree like Garrett does.

    David Garrett (1,388) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 9:11 pm
    Just in case anyone missed it, this prick has absolutely no connection to the family he claims…
    Some of you will remember one of the most heinous murders in living memory, an old couple in the King Country called the Harrisons…they were killed by two pieces of shit called Gresham Marsh and Leith Ray (Google those names if you have strong stomachs) who did it “to see what killing felt like”…our illiterate friend was Marsh’s brother in law by marriage….
    Marsh’s own step-sister is a founding member of SST…she joined so she could do all she could to keep her own brother behind bars because, having grown up with him, she knows what an evil bastard he is…
    Our illiterate friend has decided that Marsh was wrongly convicted and is working to have him released…THAT’S how concerned he is about victims of violent crime…

    David Garrett (1,374) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 7:43 am
    “Denis Stewart” is one Ceri John, formerly of Whangarei and Tonga. While in Tonga he ran a backpackers hostel that was fairly successful. He was also a heavy meth user, and rumoured to be a dealer in that drug and others. Judging by the long rant at 3.57 am this morning, it would seem he is still a meth user.
    John was deported from Tonga – or at least put on a plane and made a prohibited immigrant – in 2001 or 2002. The backpackers hostel was sold. John has never returned to the Kingdom. Any “joint venture with the King of Tonga” he was involved in was entirely a figment of his fevered imagination.
    For the past several years he has sent e-mails under various alias’s claiming that Garth McVicar and I are: 1) rapists; 2) paedophiles; 3) guilty of historic or ongoing child abuse. Recently he sent e-mails to – ironically Sensible Setencing’s spokesperson on drugs – claiming to be me.
    I will leave readers of kiwiblog to make up their own minds about John/Stewart/Johnson/Morrison.

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  151. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    O my goodness!

    One should never poke a Cobra when it has gone to sleep!

    (Old Hindu saying)! :)

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  152. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    Looks like it was stuffed by one moron in particular – and I doubt his ‘issue’ is related to Mrs Beam’s husband Jim.

    But then again….

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  153. Denis (65 comments) says:

    what other information can you give me, as we did not expect so much give aways
    Good on you Mate

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  154. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    O my goodness gracious. The Cobra is wide awake!!

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  155. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    “Thanks for all that info keep it comming.”

    I really hope you meant to say ‘coming’ …. [gulp]…

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  156. Johnboy (13,335 comments) says:

    Hell after tonight I really need one of these.

    The hot stone massage at Ava Bella Day Spa in Little Rock, Arkansas will be an experience you won’t soon forget. Warm river rocks soothe aching muscles and melt away fatique. Tired feet find relief at the Serenity Spa located in the Serenity Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Choose from among five foot services to make your toes happy. Turtle Cove Spa in Mount Ida, Arkansas offers a Signature Facial that includes an aromatic hand and foot massage, with visible results lasting up to three days.

    The next time you’re feeling stressed, give yourself the gift of a spa service. There’s nothing like being pampered to put a bounce in your step, and a smile on your face.

    What bliss! :)

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  157. Elaycee (4,058 comments) says:

    Arkansas? Why, that’s another, big fat coincidence, Johnboy. :P

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  158. Denis (65 comments) says:

    I have no bad feeling against the insults you give, actually think they are funny, and sure, you are misguided and followers of Garrett, that’s a NZ sheep thing.

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  159. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Elaycee

    WOW
    Thank you very much for that link on Denis Stewart.
    Match this with David Garrett’s two versions of this Denis Stewart.
    Then Match this third version by Peter Jenkins.
    Which one is denis stewart ?
    So many lie, slander and defamation is in all three versions,

    denis stewart (14) Says:
    August 28th, 2010 at 1:17 am
    Peter Jenkins is a freaky dude, and said I was married to this SST member he rants on about in his email he posted on a yahoo message board a few weeks back.
    I saw her one time 27 years ago briefly when she told me of the many child rapes and beatings of a 6 year old fostered boy in her family and have never seen her since.
    Ask Jenkins why he lies in his email below also I have no charges pending and was in NZ recently for my wife of over ten years to give birth to our son you can see on my web site.. I removed this womens name from Jenkins email for her privacy.
    You can see not only is he a liar but a nasty #%#%#%
    He will try every thing to remove this post, watch and see

    Yahoo! Profile:
    peja@xtra.co.nz
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    (A little background for you all;
    myarkstewart is a guy called Dennis Stewart. He used to be the partner of a lady involved in the Trust. There was a rather acrimonious split, and he has been harrassing her, her family, and anyone connnected with her ever since. She split with him on grounds of domestic violence.The sad thing is that it is not Garth or the Trust that are the real targets here, but his ex partner and her family, Mr Stewart is more than a little mentally unabalanced. He has been spewing forth his poison for the last few years to all and sundry, hoping that someone will take notice. Fortunately the rather disjointed and incoherent nature of his rantings mena that people see him for what he is and write him off.
    continued below…..
    It is rather amusing that Stewart thinks the bile he has been spewing on here will end up on Google (or goggle as he amusingly spells it). Google does not spider these message boards, standard practice for these types of forums, as it lessens Yahoo’s exposure to defamation proceedings resulting from exactly the sort of material Stewart has posted.
    As it happens Garth has better things to do than take defamation proceedings against Dennis Stewart (who is not in NZ anyway, and is I believe unabkle to return as he has some charges pending against him if he does).
    Some of you have concluded not unreasonably thet myarkstewart is on drugs/ drunk etc – this isn’t true, personally I suspect that his behaviour arises from failing to take prescribed medication

    David Garrett (1,374) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 7:43 am
    “Denis Stewart” is one Ceri John, formerly of Whangarei and Tonga. While in Tonga he ran a backpackers hostel that was fairly successful. He was also a heavy meth user, and rumoured to be a dealer in that drug and others. Judging by the long rant at 3.57 am this morning, it would seem he is still a meth user.
    John was deported from Tonga – or at least put on a plane and made a prohibited immigrant – in 2001 or 2002. The backpackers hostel was sold. John has never returned to the Kingdom. Any “joint venture with the King of Tonga” he was involved in was entirely a figment of his fevered imagination.
    For the past several years he has sent e-mails under various alias’s claiming that Garth McVicar and I are: 1) rapists; 2) paedophiles; 3) guilty of historic or ongoing child abuse. Recently he sent e-mails to – ironically Sensible Setencing’s spokesperson on drugs – claiming to be me.
    I will leave readers of kiwiblog to make up their own minds about John/Stewart/Johnson/Morrison.

    David Garrett (1,388) Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 9:11 pm
    Just in case anyone missed it, this prick has absolutely no connection to the family he claims…
    Some of you will remember one of the most heinous murders in living memory, an old couple in the King Country called the Harrisons…they were killed by two pieces of shit called Gresham Marsh and Leith Ray (Google those names if you have strong stomachs) who did it “to see what killing felt like”…our illiterate friend was Marsh’s brother in law by marriage….
    Marsh’s own step-sister is a founding member of SST…she joined so she could do all she could to keep her own brother behind bars because, having grown up with him, she knows what an evil bastard he is…
    Our illiterate friend has decided that Marsh was wrongly convicted and is working to have him released…THAT’S how concerned he is about victims of violent crime…

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  160. Denis (65 comments) says:

    Confused with David Garrett’s and Peter Jenkins, slander, lies and defamation on public blogs.

    Apparently they have gaged Denis Stewart also just like David Garret gagged the dead childs family, one a 93 year old women.
    Traumatizing that family year after year day after day, while David Garrett and Garth McVicar are galloping around the country calling for no name suppressions.

    (sic).

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  161. Denis (65 comments) says:

    I found this link while searching for Denis Stewart on Google; it’s a book about NZ inventors called KIWI INGUNUITY by Bob Riely.
    It shows on the front cover, John Brittan motor bike inventor, Richard Peirce inventor of flight and Denis Stewart inventor of amphibious pontoon.

    Click on picture to enlarge.

    http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=2603310851&searchurl=ds%3D30%26isbn%3D9780958333443%26sortby%3D17

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  162. Viking2 (10,693 comments) says:

    Christ, I hope the NZ taxpayer has plenty of insurance to cover the the botch up the Attourney General, Minister of Police and our constabulary have made.
    Better give the man his money back pronto.
    Can we vote those dumb bastards out of office QUICK.

    US judge: Dotcom trial may not occur
    By David Fisher
    5:30 AM Saturday Apr 21, 2012

    The criminal charges against Kim Dotcom in the United States may never get to trial, the judge overseeing the case has told the FBI.

    United States district court judge Liam O’Grady said he didn’t know if “we are ever going to have a trial in this matter” after being told Dotcom’s file-sharing company had never been formally served with criminal papers by the U

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10800409
    hahahaha ha.

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