General Debate 16 November 2013

November 16th, 2013 at 8:00 am by Kokila Patel
Tags:

113 Responses to “General Debate 16 November 2013”

  1. Harriet (4,010 comments) says:

    Objects of Extreme Hate: Ex-Homosexuals

    That the militant homosexual lobby is expert at hatred and spewing forth venomous bile at anyone who dares to differ is of course well known, and has been amply documented here hundreds of times. But the great focus of their rage and hatred is on those who dare to leave the homosexual lifestyle. That is the really big taboo.

    They absolutely hate it when a homosexual is set free from this deadly and dead-end lifestyle. Of course the reason for this is obvious: it derails their entire false premise that this is a condition one is born with and is completely unalterable. The fact that so many have fully left the homosexual lifestyle obviously gives lie to the myth that homosexuals cannot change.

    I know many of these folks personally. They were deeply into the homosexual lifestyle, but have now been set gloriously free from this unhealthy and high-risk lifestyle. There are probably only two other areas in which conversion out is considered to be so heinous.

    In Islam the “sin” of apostasy is met with only one response: death. And when an atheist dares to leave the world of ideological atheism, all hell breaks out there as well, as in the recent case of Antony Flew. All rigid and destructive ideologies absolutely hate it when anyone dares to defect. It is the unpardonable sin which must be ferociously denounced.

    http://www.billmuehlenberg.com/2013/11/14/objects-of-extreme-hate-ex-homosexuals/

    Vote: Thumb up 14 Thumb down 10 You need to be logged in to vote
  2. Longknives (4,051 comments) says:

    Quote from the ‘impartial’ referee in tonight’s Tua fight-

    “Australian Brad Vocale, who’ll referee the fight, said the bout was mostly for Tua’s benefit.
    “In order for David Tua to come back into the equation, for him to be able to fight with one of the big names i.e. Vatali Klitschko, he needs to be rated,” Vocale said.
    “We needed a vehicle to get David Tua back in the ratings ”

    I’d be pretty embarrassed if I was the NZ TAB (who have taken a lot of money on this fight) and the referee was making comments like this BEFORE the fight….

    Vote: Thumb up 8 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  3. Pete George (21,830 comments) says:

    I don’t know why the TAB takes bets on boxing at all, it seems to be dominated by egos, has beens and cerebral strugglers put together into freak shows.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 11 You need to be logged in to vote
  4. flipper (3,274 comments) says:

    This will upset the red melon greens and all other eco-fascists:

    ****

    Japan slashes: Forget a 25% cut in CO2 emissions, now the target is a 3% rise!

    The UN will not be happy about this. The global movement is falling apart.

    Japan, third largest economy in the world, and the land of Kyoto itself, has dumped their ambitious plan to reduce emissions by 25% by 2020. Now they warn that their emissions may rise instead.

    “Cabinet members said on Friday they had agreed a new target with an updated time frame, under which Japan would seek to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 3.8 per cent by 2020 compared with their level in 2005. Nobuteru Ishihara, the environment minister, is to defend the goal next week when he joins international climate talks in Warsaw.

    Japan’s previous target used an earlier and more challenging baseline: 1990, the benchmark year for the Kyoto agreement and a time when Japanese emissions were lower. Compared with that year, Japan said in 2009, it would cut its emissions by one-quarter by 2020.

    The new target announced on Friday represents a 3 per cent rise over the same 30-year period – a difference from the previous goal that is about equal to the annual carbon dioxide emissions of Spain.

    Read more at the Financial Times

    It is being painted as being due to the Fukushima reactor, which no doubt played a role. Japan used to get 30% of its electricity from nuclear power and those reactors are currently out of action (though some may be restarted soon). But it was not meeting the targets beforehand anyway and was already paying billions to buy carbon credits.

    Japan 2006: “Japan is at risk of falling well short of its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions under the Kyoto Protocol, with fiscal 2005 combined discharges of all greenhouse gases having increased 8.1% from fiscal 1990 levels.”

    “Achieving the target will be difficult,” says an Environment Ministry official (in 2006.)

    Japan 2008: “Japanese households and businesses could end up paying more than $500 billion to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 11 percent over the next decade, the trade and industry ministry said Wednesday.”

    Japan 2010: “Tokyo Electric Power Co (9501.T), Japan’s biggest utility, spent $229 million in the last business year on carbon credits, paving the way to achieve a self-imposed target to help Japan to meet its Kyoto Protocol commitments.”

    Japan did warn people in 2011 that it might have to revise the target.

    Keep reading → :-)

    http://joannenova.com.au

    Vote: Thumb up 12 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  5. wat dabney (3,466 comments) says:

    This week we witnessed the sickening Russel Norman lying about dead babies in order to further his political career.

    We can’t know for sure that he wished to make and wear a human suit from their skins, but what we can be sure of is that he was lying through his ginger teeth about the significance of the cyclone.

    Data from the national weather bureau, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, or PAGASA, showed that Typhoon Haiyan’s intensity – measured by the wind strength at its center and the speed of gusts at landfall – Haiyan ranks at number 7 among the strongest storms ever to have hit the Philippines

    http://blogs.wsj.com/searealtime/2013/11/14/is-typhoon-haiyan-the-strongest-storm-ever/

    So only the seventh strongest storm, and that’s just counting the Philippines (and you need to go back over 40 years for their most powerful.)

    Vote: Thumb up 14 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  6. jcuk (512 comments) says:

    Update on a comment I made a few days ago …
    A Dearborn Heights, Mich., homeowner was charged Friday with second-degree murder, manslaughter and felony firearms possession in the death of Renisha Marie McBride, a 19-year-old woman who was shot in the face as she stood on the man’s porch in the middle of the night nearly two weeks ago.

    An example of where paranoia gets you and sadly people are increasingly suffering from some form of this, fed largely by the media’s emphasis on things going wrong in society.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  7. you reap what you sow (22 comments) says:

    The Obama administration has, to date, failed to prosecute a single elite banker for the fraud epidemics that caused the financial crisis and the Great Recession, but it using the TPP to lead the charge to criminalize any alleged interference with intellectual property (IP) rights.The hard line approach taken by the US with its over 600 corporate advisors makes me think that the TPP nations should exclude the US agree the terms without them.

    Essentially NZ and other countries are being pressured to give up their sovereignty and democracy for the benefit of US corporates.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 8 You need to be logged in to vote
  8. Yvette (2,591 comments) says:

    TPP partners New Zealand, Australia and Singapore are all ranked by the World Bank as performing at least as well as the United States with regard to control of corruption and adherence to rule of law. Yet in a manner that would enrage right and left alike, the private “investor-state” enforcement system included in the leaked TPP text would<b. empower foreign investors and corporations to skirt domestic courts and laws and sue governments in foreign tribunals. There, they can demand cash compensation from domestic treasuries over domestic policies that they claim undermine their new investor rights and expected future profits. This establishes an alarming two-track system of justice that privileges foreign corporations in myriad ways relative to governments or domestic businesses. It also exposes signatory countries to vast liabilities, as foreign firms use foreign tribunals to raid public treasuries.
    http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2013/11/the-tpp-if-passed-spells-the-end-of-popular-sovereignty-for-the-united-states.html

    If we aren’t all just inches away from being fucked by Fukushima reactor rod retrieval, the TPP will likely fuck us in only a slightly different way.
    “The world has never had it so good” :-)

    Vote: Thumb up 10 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  9. Yvette (2,591 comments) says:

    Thinks: Hasn’t Len Brown actually done more in the past few months to destroy the institution of marriage, than the promised mayhem of same sex gay weddings?

    Vote: Thumb up 8 Thumb down 8 You need to be logged in to vote
  10. Yvette (2,591 comments) says:

    It’s not that Yvette got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning –
    it’s that she got up at all.

    Vote: Thumb up 8 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  11. wat dabney (3,466 comments) says:

    The Obama administration has, to date, failed to prosecute a single elite banker for the fraud epidemics that caused the financial crisis

    There was essentially no fraud, let alone an ‘epidemic.’ (The problem was an altogether different matter of perverse incentives and socialised losses.)

    So even under Obama’s watch, when the rule of law is tumbling, it’s hard to see how anyone can be prosecuted when they didn’t break any laws.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  12. big bruv (12,386 comments) says:

    Has Len Brown resigned yet?

    Vote: Thumb up 18 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  13. flipper (3,274 comments) says:

    but wat…….

    the bullshit reaper doesn’t care about facts…just sew more Kelsey like bullshit and hope to reap something.

    Fortunately there is a drought at this blog, so he will reap very little :-)
    ***

    Yvette…
    Settle down……..

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  14. wreck1080 (3,533 comments) says:

    Pathetic…

    “Thousands of Kiwis set to protest against ‘Roast Busters’ in country’s main centres today”

    There was a thing on the news last week , where a bunch of men got together and chanted slogans about how they respect women. They looked like a bunch of reformed sex offenders to me.

    Just let the police do their job — they appear to be on the case now. Who knows , the Roast busters may even be only guilty of bragging (although i doubt it but let justice run it’s course).

    Vote: Thumb up 11 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  15. wat dabney (3,466 comments) says:

    Most Intense Typhoons On The Decline

    http://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2013/11/14/most-intense-typhoons-on-the-decline/

    Crazy thought, but it’s almost as if Russel doesn’t give a flying fuck for the truth and will say anything – no matter how depraved and nauseating – to sustain his sordid political career.

    Vote: Thumb up 9 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  16. you reap what you sow (22 comments) says:

    Wat dabney, perhaps Disney?

    From business wire:
    Bank of America, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS, and Wells Fargo are all being investigated by the Justice Department for the banks’ mortgage-backed securities businesses prior to the financial crisis, the Financial Times reports. If JPMorgan’s $13 billion settlement is any indication, these banks could end up paying some serious cash. The DOJ is, after all, using the JPMorgan case as a model to investigate other banks that contributed to the crisis.

    All of these investigations have been started by the mortgage fraud task force President Obama formed in January 2012. The force finally got some traction by landing the JPMorgan settlement, which JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon obviously struggled to agree to. The DOJ is still conducting a criminal investigation into the bank’s mortgage-back securities business.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  17. Harriet (4,010 comments) says:

    “….There was a thing on the news last week , where a bunch of men got together and chanted slogans about how they respect women. They looked like a bunch of reformed sex offenders to me…..”

    Chanting is not going to stop a rapist – as rapists don’t give a fuck about women!

    Saying ‘no’ is a false sense of security for women. Women have to be very cautious by not being alone outside at night, and more so drunk outside alone at night.

    Every father with a wallet knows that. So too does Judith Collins.

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  18. wat dabney (3,466 comments) says:

    yrwys,

    You need to distinguish between upholding the rule of law and a shakedown.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  19. Sidey (231 comments) says:

    Pete George at 8:11 am
    I don’t know why the TAB takes bets on boxing at all, it seems to be dominated by egos, has beens and cerebral strugglers put together into freak shows.

    Sounds more like the Labour party!

    Vote: Thumb up 8 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  20. Tom Jackson (2,263 comments) says:

    To further yesterday’s little post.

    Rugby isn’t even in the top 10 played sports in the world. It’s a fine game, but not a major sport.

    Rugby has less than 5 million registered players worldwide.

    In contrast, there are a quarter of a billion registered football players worldwide.

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  21. Gulag1917 (425 comments) says:

    Some French home truths
    http://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/2013/11/05/jean-raspails-new-warning/

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  22. you reap what you sow (22 comments) says:

    Wat dabney – I’m sure Jamie Dimond’s and jpmorgans $13 billion fine is more than a casual shakedown!! Might be small change to some but 13 billion is more than the GDP of a small nation.

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  23. Harriet (4,010 comments) says:

    Thanks for that link gulag:

    Thanks to the demographic curve, by the 2050s the number of young indigenous French will equal that of young foreigners in France. Many will be naturalized, which does not mean that they will have become French. I am not saying they are bad people, but “naturalizations on paper” are not naturalizations of the heart. I cannot consider them my compatriots. We need to drastically toughen the law, as a matter of urgency.
    There are only two ways to deal with immigrants, Raspail says. “Either we accommodate them, and France—her culture, her civilization—will be eradicated without so much as a funeral. In my view, that is what is going to happen. Or we do not accommodate them at all, which means we stop sanctifying the Other and rediscover our neighbors.”
    This would mean that we eventually cease…….those depraved human rights, and that we take the indispensable measures to protect ourselves collectively, without appeal, to avoid the dissolution of our country into a general race-blending mélange. I see no other solution.
    I travelled a lot in my youth. All peoples are fascinating, but when you mix them too much, animosity becomes far more prevalent than sympathy. Métissage is never peaceful. It is a dangerous utopia.

    See more at: http://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/2013/11/05/jean-raspails-new-warning/#sthash.8cimJMBb.dpuf

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  24. kowtow (6,733 comments) says:

    reap as sow

    No it’s not a casual shake down.

    It’s a deliberate shake down. If hope and change Obama, and his justice dept, were serious about the criminality of said bodies they’d gaol the bosses or target the actual guilty parties when said institutions are found guilty…….

    but as in the case of the money laundering by HSBC a huge fine ( tax) will suffice.

    Too big to fail but not too big to milk.

    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887324478304578171650887467568

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  25. Scott Chris (5,682 comments) says:

    “Most Intense Typhoons On The Decline”

    Heh. Talk about selective evidence.

    How about we take in a wider selection to broaden our minds a little?

    Tropical cyclone counts in the North Atlantic basin, 1900-2007 (data source: National Hurricane Center)

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  26. Pete George (21,830 comments) says:

    Sidey – yes, there’s a likeness, but Labour lack the (political) pugilist skills.

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  27. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Harriet (2,988) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 8:01 am

    …That the militant ANTI-homosexual lobby is expert at hatred and spewing forth venomous bile at anyone who dares to differ is of course well known…

    It works both ways Harriet. There is extreme hatred on both sides of that particular coin. It is hardly an accusation that can be made by one side in some attempt to sound superior to the other.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  28. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    Harriet (2,988) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 9:14 am
    “….There was a thing on the news last week , where a bunch of men got together and chanted slogans about how they respect women. They looked like a bunch of reformed sex offenders to me…..”

    Chanting is not going to stop a rapist – as rapists don’t give a fuck about women!

    Saying ‘no’ is a false sense of security for women. Women have to be very cautious by not being alone outside at night, and more so drunk outside alone at night.

    1. There are no particular common physical attributes that allows one to identify a rapist (although some would argue a ‘penis’ is one – ).

    2. Chanting may not stop the rapist, but it will raise awareness and reinforce the need for better laws and more vigilance to the type of behaviours that encourage rape.

    3. It is not true that rapists don’t give ‘fuck’ about women. They do not care about their particular victim, but there are various reasons for rape, and a hatred of ‘all women’ is one factor that is noted in some cases, but not all.

    4. Being drunk, and alone outside at night is not wise for anyone, not just females, as our accident and assault statistics show.

    5. Yes I acknowledge females are vulnerable when they are alone in the dark, but many rapes also occur during the day, and in their own homes. Females (not just women) are vulnerable to rape (full stop), it is only by teaching our children to be aware of that vulnerability and to deal with situations where their security is threatened, that we will reduce this needless violence.

    6. We will never eradicate rape from the world. Saying No does work, but only with those who understand what the word means. Just as we must teach our children (both sexes) to defend themselves, we must also teach them what the word NO means.

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  29. Harriet (4,010 comments) says:

    Judith be serious.

    EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT THE WORD ‘NO’ MEANS – AND THAT INCLUDES THE RAPIST!

    Educating people further on that matter is a waste of resources – and the wrong target.[of couse little boys should STILL be taught it.]

    Women being taught about why rape OCCURES is the best target!

    Taking a stranger home for sex means one thing – SEX! Saying ‘no’ while half naked and half drunk on the couch with same said male is not much of a DEFENCE!

    If not being drunk and alone outside is a form of defence, then not being drunk and alone inside is also no form of defence. ESPECIALLY so if you have ALREADY said or suggested sex!

    You come across most of the time as a feminist slogan thrower Judith. Other than that you are ok.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 10 You need to be logged in to vote
  30. big bruv (12,386 comments) says:

    “Rugby isn’t even in the top 10 played sports in the world. It’s a fine game, but not a major sport.”

    Totally agree. According to some Rugby union is not even in the top fifteen.

    Of course as Kiwis we should not care about that, we should be mature enough to say that does not matter, we like the game and that is what is important. However, as we know that is not good enough for this insecure nation, because we suffer from such an embarrassing identity crisis we insist on trying to convince ourselves that Rugby is a bigger game than it is.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  31. RichardX (292 comments) says:

    Harriet (2,991) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 9:14 am

    Every father with a wallet knows that.

    Why the qualifier “with a wallet”?

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  32. Pete George (21,830 comments) says:

    Women being taught about why rape OCCURES is the best target!

    No. Making it clear to men in particular that rape is totally unacceptable is the best target.

    And improving the way rape complaints are dealt with.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 8 You need to be logged in to vote
  33. Dirty Rat (377 comments) says:

    big bruv (11,673) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 8:54 am
    Has Len Brown resigned yet?

    Sadly ….no

    Even more sadly, there is no suitable alternative…

    Even even more sadly sadly any alternative would be put off competing in a dirty war.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  34. Pete George (21,830 comments) says:

    Taking a stranger home for sex means one thing – SEX!

    Not necessarily.

    If one party changes their mind then NO SEX.
    If one party makes it clear they don’t consent at the time the other party tries then NO SEX.
    If one party is incapable of consenting at the time then NO SEX.

    That’s not just legal, it’s common sense and it protects both parties.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 9 You need to be logged in to vote
  35. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    Harriet (2,991) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 10:32 am
    Judith be serious.

    EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT THE WORD ‘NO’ MEANS – AND THAT INCLUDES THE RAPIST!

    and at times you come across as very ignorant to the human condition Harriet – other than that you are ‘ok’ too.

    Of course people know what the word no means, but not all know what the concept of no means within sexual relations.

    Many victims of rape do not or are unable to say ‘no’ in the oral sense, but their actions are indicative of their lack of acceptance. Many speak of being ‘frozen in fear’.

    Young people need to be taught the signs of unequivocal acceptance, and to understand that anything other than that, is a ‘NO’ – do not proceed.

    Such things as an initial pushing away of the hand – is not a sign to try again until you succeed. So often I have had young offenders telling me that their fathers had told them it is normal when its a girls first time to not be sure if they want to go all the way – but just carry on and eventually they’ll like it.

    I’ve seen men joke with young adolescents to ‘ make sure you slip her a bit before someone else gets to the honeypot first’ and ‘she may not realise she wants it, but she does’.

    A responsible parent teaches their child to respect the wishes of the other, to understand that any reluctance means they back off, and that any form of interference in the ability to decide (be it alcohol or drugs) means that they don’t proceed.

    You seem to have difficulty in understanding the difference between the male and female psyche. A female may take a male home, and be more than willing to ‘muck around’, but that does not necessarily mean they want to ‘go all the way’, or even once the foreplay begins that they will be attracted enough to want intercourse.

    As an example – a guy takes his shirt off and you suddenly find his body odour makes you gag. Or when he’s got his trousers round his ankles you discover there is more cheese on the member than in your fridge?. Is a female meant to ignore those things and just proceed regardlessly, despite feeling revolted? If at any point she or he wishes to stop, regardless at what level the action is at, then those wishes should be adhered to.

    IT is basic human respect – and it is up to parents to teach their children that it doesn’t matter what has happened prior, as soon as someone indicates they are not happy with proceeding, it ceases.

    It’s about protecting your children – not just your daughters from being raped, but from having your son’s convicted as rapists.

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  36. Longknives (4,051 comments) says:

    Bruv- Talk round the office this week (in the wake of McCaw and co’s astounding claim to be the greatest sports team ever/the laughable inclusion of McCaw in Herald’s top ten) is that this current All Black mob are getting overhyped/well ahead of themselves and need to be brought down a few notches.
    Back when I supported them (Shelford/Fitzpatrick etc era) you never heard any Kiwis openly wanting the All Blacks to lose. Now due to the ‘Culture of Arrogance’ first Graham Henry and now Steve Hansen installed into the side it is quite common for backlash against such staggering hubris…
    Seems you and I are not the only New Zealanders who would love to see the self-professed ‘greatest sports team ever’ come crashing down to earth (yet again!)
    *I also find it curious (and slightly amusing) that the greatest player and captain of the alleged greatest sports team EVER would be sitting in the audience on the Letterman show and be completely anonymous…

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  37. Colville (1,780 comments) says:

    I think we are better served with Len Brown staying where he is, he is a Liarbore supporter afterall.
    Everytime he opens his mouth in the next year in the lead up to the election people are going to look at him with disgust and those same people will vote Blue and not Red.

    Vote: Thumb up 10 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  38. wikiriwhis business (3,302 comments) says:

    “Bank of America, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS, and Wells Fargo are all being investigated by the Justice Department ”

    Igot no idea why there’s so much ignorance on this site about these bankibg issues. Bankers are the biggest white collar crims on teh face of the Earth. Our own banks are being sued now because they over charging

    all I can surmise is that KiwiBloggers have vested interests and are hurt by bank scrutiny.

    And that justifies my ‘corporate Kiwiblogger’ moniker

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  39. wikiriwhis business (3,302 comments) says:

    “Essentially NZ and other countries are being pressured to give up their sovereignty and democracy for the benefit of US corporates.”

    Which is what Dotcom proved by showing the US NZ is still a sovereign nation.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  40. wikiriwhis business (3,302 comments) says:

    ‘So even under Obama’s watch, when the rule of law is tumbling, it’s hard to see how anyone can be prosecuted when they didn’t break any laws.”

    Absolutely wrong.

    Timothy Geitner should be in jail right now.

    He had an email intercepted warning the City of London to tone down the Libor rate rigging.

    By law if anyone even suspects financial fraud they must advise the authorities. Geitner assisted the white collar crims by advising them to tone things down.

    Again, I am stunned by the ignorance on this site of the Libor rate riging that was clear financial conspiracy and called such.

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  41. MT_Tinman (2,795 comments) says:

    Big Bruv, I disagree.

    Not about rugby’s place in the world but about our fellow NZers.

    Only the slime and a few idiots think rugby matters to anyone but us and and the Jaapies – and the Jaapies are a very small minority in their own country.

    Be not ashamed of your countrymen, just the slime who pollute NZ media – the few idiots exist everywhere.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  42. bereal (3,137 comments) says:

    See how well muslims integrate into New Zealand society.

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11158245

    Thing is, muslims, as opposed to any other immigrants will never integrate. Any who did
    would cease to be muslims. Got a problem with that statement ? Then point to one western
    society that has successfully integrated muslim immigrants.

    “Go to a muslim country and tell them you want your own education system and rules
    and see what happens.”

    And we import more and more of them. Why ?
    It can only end in tears.

    Vote: Thumb up 12 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  43. bereal (3,137 comments) says:

    Great news.

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/front-page-top-stories/news/article.cfm?c_id=698&objectid=11158292

    Well done New Zealand Police.

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  44. Pauleastbay (5,030 comments) says:

    Jesus Bereal ,someone gives you a down tick for commenting on the apprehension of someone for a sexual assault on a 87 year old woman.

    There are some tough audiences out there and that’s a fact..

    Vote: Thumb up 9 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  45. Jack5 (4,231 comments) says:

    bereal (12.41):

    Good work by the police, agreed. Not sure why such offenders need name suppression, even initial name suppression.

    Pauleastbay (1.08): I see you’ve now picked up a down tick for your comment about brereal’s downtick.

    There are a few police-hating lurkers on Kiwiblog. Some of them may even be posting from behind bars. They may be the downtickers.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  46. kowtow (6,733 comments) says:

    How’s that Arab Springey thingey going for ya?

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2013/11/protest-libya-turns-deadly-2013111515712840946.html

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  47. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    I wouldn’t take offence over down ticks – I’ve decided some people don’t even read the posts, they vote according to their ‘liking’ or not of the particular poster.

    It’s a stupid system – and best ignored.

    @ Bereal

    Yes a great outcome. I’m not sure regarding the name suppression, it’s usually done to protect the victim’s identity, if there is some relationship – perhaps the perpetrator has elderly parents of his own or someone with an illness that is being protected for now, in order to give them time to be told and adjust. Sometimes it will be done out of safety concerns for the offender – which may very well be the case in this revolting situation.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 8 You need to be logged in to vote
  48. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Jack5 (3,602) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    You can bet that if prisoners had free and unlimited access to the internet we would be more aware of it than via a few ‘tick downs’ on comments supporting the police. .

    Despite what the commonly held belief is, there is not a laptop in every cell with unlimited and unsupervised access to the internet.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  49. kowtow (6,733 comments) says:

    no judith there may not be a laptop in every cell ,but there’s a lot of cells pushed up to the lap.

    I suppose the obesity epidemic makes it hard for the screws to decide why the fat mammas visiting waddle so much,hoping like hell noone ‘phones while they go through security……

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  50. goldnkiwi (649 comments) says:

    Odd old lag lurking I am sure. Or is that old odd lag?

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  51. wat dabney (3,466 comments) says:

    Scott Chris,

    Heh. Talk about selective evidence.

    Putting the Philippine’s most recent cyclone into its regional historical context is not ‘being selective.’ It is entirely cogent and relevant.

    But then you yourself go on to cite what is indeed a highly selective piece of cherry-picking.

    You little crook, you.

    This is a broad and comprehensive study of cyclone history, which concludes that “the collective global frequency of all global hurricane landfalls and the minor and major subsets shows con-siderable interannual variability but no significant linear trend

    http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/admin/publication_files/2012.04.pdf

    Hell, even the corrupt and worthless IPCC only ascribes ‘low confidence’ to the issue.

    And now a new paper finds Pacific cyclone activity is at the lowest levels of the past 5,000 years

    http://hockeyschtick.blogspot.co.nz/2013/11/new-paper-finds-pacific-cyclone.html

    Yet the self-serving and lying Russel Norman stands up, drops his trousers and wanks over a pile of dead babies because he thinks it will further his career.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  52. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ kowtow (5,742) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    Do you know anything about the procedures conducted regarding prison visits?

    Whilst a visitor may be able to get a phone past a guard, the prisoner must then be able to hide the phone during the strip and squat process. Drugs are a bit easier to retain during that process, however a cell phone is not quite so easy.

    Then there is the soft ware that can block/detect cell phone transmission which is in 79% of prison areas.

    Still, no need to let the truth get in the way of a good story aye – lets promote the concept of flat screen tv’s and full and unlimited sky coverage in every cell too, shall we?

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  53. igm (880 comments) says:

    Is David Ross planning to stand for GWRC on a Labour ticket upon his release? He would be at home with the other convicted fraudster, except he has not had the privilege of name and facts suppression.

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  54. goldnkiwi (649 comments) says:

    Really ‘Judith’ google is your friend. I am sure a lot has happened between then and now. Not!!! 2011 Paremoremo. Drugs, phones.

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  55. kowtow (6,733 comments) says:

    judith

    I’ll admit a pretty lame attempt at humour.

    Don’t take everything too literally or seriously.

    (goldnkiwi got it)

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  56. Viking2 (10,744 comments) says:

    I believe in the power of freedom. Freedom is an asset bestowed upon every single man and woman. Freedom enables every human to discover and realize his or her opportunities and chances for development. This leads a human society to progress and prosperity. Free people look for solutions in themselves. And those without freedom search for the sources of their miseries from outside. Mongols say, “better to live by your own choice however bitter it is, than to live by other’s choice, however sweet”.

    No it wasn’t a kiwi nor an American , nor a pomme. but.

    The President of Mongolia preaches freedom to North Korea – in North Korea

    http://www.samizdata.net/2013/11/the-president-of-mongolia-preaches-freedom-to-north-korea-in-north-korea/

    No tyranny lasts forever. It is the desire of the people to live free that is the eternal power.

    No wonder we got rid of Clark.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  57. goldnkiwi (649 comments) says:

    Anyway I have only been a visitor at a few of our prisons. I am sure there are those who are far more expert than me as to the lengths that prisoners go to and the pressures they apply to their families to get contraband in. I have anecdotally heard of children being used to that end and nothing being ‘sacrosanct’ in that regard!!!!!

    Lawyers and officers being the extreme minority, I imagine.

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  58. goldnkiwi (649 comments) says:

    ‘Judith’ could well be a frequent prison visitor so ‘she’ might be speaking from experience. Agreed it would be hard to smuggle in a tv in an orifice.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  59. goldnkiwi (649 comments) says:

    Maybe I missed them, and it is great that there have been protests regarding the ‘rape culture’ that is apparently prevalent, but the pictures of the protesters I saw were all very sensibly and comfortably dressed.

    Once I am sure there would have been a wide array of clothing styles as women ‘took back the streets’.

    As regards funding for rape crisis, I favour prevention/education not cure/ambulance at the bottom of the cliff. I would rather see rape crisis out of a job.

    How about self defence lessons at school instead of what I am sure are still inane activities during P.E.

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  60. Scott Chris (5,682 comments) says:

    This is a broad and comprehensive study

    Wat

    Truth is the jury’s still out on whether the frequency of tropical cyclones will increase in association with global warming. (contradicting your baseless claim that they’re on the decline to which I facetiously responded with my cherry-picked data) Some reputable scientists even predict the frequency of tropical cyclones may actually fall which seems completely counter-intuitive when you consider the increase in energy content.

    However, there is some evidence that the intensity and size of the large storms has increased over the last 30 years, and having observed the size of Sandy and the intensity Haiyan in just the last 12 months the writing appears to be on the wall to those of us who are not in denial.

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  61. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “No wonder we got rid of Clark.”

    Why?

    What’s essentially different in terms of the “freedom” you would profess to have such reverence for?

    We’re still on the same train to Commieville, its just been slowed down ever so slightly.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 7 You need to be logged in to vote
  62. Viking2 (10,744 comments) says:

    There was a farmer who grew watermelons. He was doing pretty well, but he was disturbed by some local kids who would sneak into his watermelon patch at night and eat his watermelons. (YEESH, imagine eating some of our watermellons!!!!) After some careful thought, he came up with a clever idea that he thought would scare the kids away for sure.
    He made up a sign and posted it in the field. The next night, the kids showed up and they saw the sign which read,
    “Warning! One of the watermelons in this field has been injected with cyanide.”
    The kids ran off, made up their own sign and posted it next to the farmer’s sign. When the farmer returned, he surveyed the field. He noticed that no watermelons were missing, but the sign next to his read,
    “Now there are two!”

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  63. Viking2 (10,744 comments) says:

    Redbaiter (6,407) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 4:04 pm

    “Would be interesting to see if the same result occurred in NZ. Not sure it would.”

    I don’t think it would be the same.

    Many NZ men love playing second fiddle to women.
    =================

    Aha, so now we know about this vapid keyboard warrior in the guise of Redbaiter.
    He is in fact under female control. Not allowed out with her who must be obeyed having given her permission so spends his day haunting KB.
    Much like whaleoils guest today.

    Debbi, 42, forces 70-year-old fiancé to take a lie detector test every time he leaves house – and bans him from watching TV in case he’s attracted to another girl

    Debbi Wood checks Reddy’s phone, email and bank statements
    He is even forbidden from looking at pictures of women in magazines
    She suffers from Othello Syndrome which causes delusional jealousy
    Ban on watching The Weakest Link ‘in case he fancies Anne Robinson’
    She has changed her surname to his in anticipation of marrying him

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2507072/Paranoid-woman-Debbi-Wood-suffering-Othello-Syndrome-forces-fianc-lie-detector-test.html#ixzz2kmvza2TR

    Can’t we just see it?
    He doesn’t even bother to write to his own blog. Nothing new for 2 days. Less visits than poor old philu.

    you really are a sad bastard reddy. even if occasionally you manage some inspired comment.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  64. kowtow (6,733 comments) says:

    Viking ,the man with the big bad name,sounds a wee bit defensive tonight.

    Red must have touched a wee nerve there.

    Just come from doing the dishes or maybe the ironing rather than planning an overseas raiding party.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  65. nasska (9,558 comments) says:

    Three hookers were comparing notes about their customers from the night
    before.

    “I entertained a cowboy last night”, said the first.
    “How did you know he was a cowboy?” asked the second.
    “Well, he wore a cowboy hat, cowboy boots & kept both the
    hat & the boots on all the time we were together.”

    “Sounds like a cowboy, all right,” the others agree.

    “I entertained a lawyer,” announced the second. “I could tell
    because he wore a three piece suit & carried a briefcase. He
    wore the vest of the suit & hung on to the briefcase all
    the time.”

    They all agreed he sounded like a lawyer.

    “I had a sheep farmer for a client,” commented the third.

    “How could you possibly know he was a farmer?” one asked.

    “First he complained it was too dry, then he moaned it was
    too wet & then he asked if he could pay me in autumn.”

    Vote: Thumb up 8 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  66. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    Narsekissa short version-

    “Please please like me, I’m such a funny guy.”

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  67. nasska (9,558 comments) says:

    Baity’s random abuse of anyone who doesn’t swallow Conservative crap may have genetic roots. :)

    Ref: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ajlv6koiy4j5ufn/Conservonutter%205.jpg

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  68. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    Troll Alert, Redblatter is hunting cork soakers

    Vote: Thumb up 8 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  69. stigie (648 comments) says:

    Time for Red to go to bed.

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  70. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    Narsekissa would already be there Stigie, except his sister is not back from feeding the pigs yet.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 7 You need to be logged in to vote
  71. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ kowtow (5,747) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Sometimes its hard to tell humour, especially when there are none of the usual visual/tone cues.

    My knowledge of the prison system doesn’t come from the internet.

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  72. PhilP (140 comments) says:

    Fuck I love GD at this time of the night. In the words of Miranda Hart’s Mother on the comedy show “Such Fun”

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  73. wat dabney (3,466 comments) says:

    Truth is the jury’s still out on whether the frequency of tropical cyclones will increase in association with global warming.

    Which I think was my point.

    On the basis of no evidence whatsoever – indeed, in flat contradiction of the evidence there is – Russel Norman dragged dead babies from their shallow graves and plastered Green Party stickers all over them.

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  74. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    “Is John Key the Worst PM National Have Ever Produced”
    Posted on some weird blog 4 days ago, there are 17 comments with 6 of them posted by Redblatter.
    One third of the comments are from Redblatter.
    Trueblue is not a blog – it is a fucking chatroom

    Vote: Thumb up 9 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  75. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    Viking2 (10,138) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 5:27 pm
    I believe in the power of freedom.

    Being philosophical here, but is the power in the freedom, or in the threat of losing it/being without it?

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  76. nasska (9,558 comments) says:

    ….”Trueblue is not a blog – it is a fucking chatroom”…..

    A chatroom with bad acoustics Steve……we get the echo over here. :)

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  77. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ nasska (8,085) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 8:52 pm

    So Trueblue isn’t a porno site then?

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  78. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    Steve, I’d prefer it if you kept away, but if you really can’t help yourself and are desperate for something to read, I’ll post some Cat in the Hat excerpts for you.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  79. stigie (648 comments) says:

    Nasska, whats this arrangement with your sister that Reddy keeps going on about ?

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  80. nasska (9,558 comments) says:

    It’s got a new kink Judith…..the host plays with himself while typing on a keyboard. :)

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  81. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    That Stigie, he’s clearly part of the intellectual powerhouse that is Kommieblog.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 8 You need to be logged in to vote
  82. nasska (9,558 comments) says:

    Baity has problem distinguishing between rural Wairarapa & Appalachia stigie.

    Easy mistake I guess. :)

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  83. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    Sorry Jude, you poor thing.

    But keep looking.

    I’m sure you’ll find some sexual relief somewhere.

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 9 You need to be logged in to vote
  84. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    I can see Narsekissa likes you Stigie.

    That’s because you’re a brain dead little commie crawler like he is himself.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  85. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    See? I told you he is a troll. He is enticing me over to his chatroom to read Dr Suess.
    But I am a grown man, not a child Redblatter. Are you trying to attract the attention of children? just asking

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  86. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Redbaiter (6,412) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    You get sexual relief from looking?

    Oh you poor thing – how embarrassing, no wonder you spend so much time in here – going out in public must be difficult.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  87. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “But I am a grown man, not a child Redblatter.”

    I bet that’s what your mummy and daddy tell you Stevie right?

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  88. nasska (9,558 comments) says:

    There’s nothing sinister about Baity’s reference to Cat in the Hat excerpts Steve.

    It’s just that his posts appeal to that age group. :)

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  89. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “You get sexual relief from looking?”

    How’s that work Jude,

    You were the one seeking porn.

    I was only trying to help.

    It’s OK, I understand how things are for women your age.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  90. stigie (648 comments) says:

    Time to wipe down your monitor and go to bed Red or your fan base will get depleted ….!

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  91. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    Some people are giving you the red downtick Redblatter. It is not me, I think red thumbsdown is childish.
    Green upvote is fine and I do that sometimes. So ask yourself – who is not being nice to you Redblatter?

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  92. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “It’s just that his posts appeal to that age group.”

    That’s rich coming from a pathetic infantile loser who posts links to cartoons all day.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  93. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    Dear Red,

    who needs to go in search for porn when they can stay here and listen to you talk dirty.

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  94. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “Time to wipe down your monitor and go to bed Red or your fan base will get depleted ….!”

    I think its time you packed it in actually Stigie, seeing as I’ve read that kind of comment a thousand times before.

    An unarmed man like yourself shouldn’t be wasting time and effort trying to engage in any battle of wit.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  95. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    ““But I am a grown man, not a child Redblatter.”

    I bet that’s what your mummy and daddy tell you Stevie right?”

    I see you are upvoting yourself again Redblatter, isn’t that why WhaleOil kicked your arse bad

    Vote: Thumb up 6 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  96. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “who needs to go in search for porn when they can stay here and listen to you talk dirty.”

    Funny you should say that, I think that’s the same reason Narsekissa likes my comments. He’s about your age. Why don’t you hunt him down.

    Watch out for his sister and the green eyed monster though.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 5 You need to be logged in to vote
  97. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “I see you are upvoting yourself again Redblatter, isn’t that why WhaleOil kicked your arse bad”

    I see that as usual Steve, cowardice is your first refuge.

    Even if you are one day going to grow up, I doubt you’ll ever amount to much more than a disgusting little yellow backed sack of shit.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 7 You need to be logged in to vote
  98. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    Enough of feeding the Troll, now he is all stoked up, the ignore the bastard – let him wallow in his own shit on Trueblue

    Vote: Thumb up 7 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  99. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    What a shame you couldn’t do that Stevie.

    If you weren’t such a screaming little attention seeking wet nappy narcissist you might be able to.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 7 You need to be logged in to vote
  100. Left Right and Centre (2,397 comments) says:

    Nov 8 was a long time ago – and now there’s not so much time to go….

    In the mean time you can search high and low….

    GD wings have been clipped from it’s glorious free thought flow….

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  101. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Redbaiter (6,418) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    ‘hunt’ him down?

    Goodness Red, we don’t ‘hunt’ sexual partners anymore.

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 3 You need to be logged in to vote
  102. Left Right and Centre (2,397 comments) says:

    nazzie – you’re married – done well in life I take it. Is Red single and poor ? Game over ?

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  103. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “Goodness Red, we don’t ‘hunt’ sexual partners anymore.”

    Jude, I can well understand how constant rejection might have left you in that mood.

    Try those dusty roads out back of Etekahuna, there’s some like desperate individuals there I hear.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 4 You need to be logged in to vote
  104. stigie (648 comments) says:

    And drives a Skoda LR+C….

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  105. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    ” screaming little attention seeking disgusting little yellow backed sack of shit pathetic infantile loser brain dead little commie crawler wet nappy narcissist.”

    Doesn’t it just make you go all weak at the knees. Although I’m concerned with the dominance of the word ‘little’, perhaps Red has something to tell us?

    Think I’ll go to bed now! ;-)

    Vote: Thumb up 4 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  106. Judith (5,660 comments) says:

    @ Redbaiter (6,421) Says:
    November 16th, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    I’ll give your message to the ol’ boy. He’ll find it amusing.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  107. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    According to the local RSPCA, out Ekatahuna way, they’ll take on anything.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  108. Steve (North Shore) (4,330 comments) says:

    All of the people who live in Tauranga/Mt are just wonderfull, except for one arsehole

    Vote: Thumb up 5 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  109. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    “I’ll give your message to the ol’ boy. He’ll find it amusing.”

    Well that’s nice. Being married to you I guess he’d be grateful for every small opportunity to be amused.

    Vote: Thumb up 2 Thumb down 6 You need to be logged in to vote
  110. Redbaiter (6,482 comments) says:

    Gee Stevie, now even after you said you were leaving, how did I know you wouldn’t be able to drag yourself away.

    Vote: Thumb up 3 Thumb down 2 You need to be logged in to vote
  111. wreck1080 (3,533 comments) says:

    neighbours just started up the fireworks again– for some reason they didn’t let any off last night which was nice.

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote
  112. Manolo (12,643 comments) says:

    A sucker is born every minute: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2508032/New-Scientology-building-Florida-floor-members-super-powers.html

    Vote: Thumb up 0 Thumb down 1 You need to be logged in to vote
  113. Azeraph (598 comments) says:

    So they protested over the Roast busters. In the end we will have girls willingly go with the boys even if they feel misgivings towards a possible situation developing. Why? It’s because they have relatively no experience level and are running on auto, a risk dice scenario played out in their heads hoping for the best possible outcome closest to their desired result.

    What the hell the government is going to do other than step on our right to free speech online? It’s a do or die situation.

    Vote: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0 You need to be logged in to vote

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.