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    Re: Some people are incredibly stupid.

    But I bet they have Sky, and probably smoke like a train....
    Usually the way.
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    Re: Should he be paroled.

    Look at the emotive half-truths in the "reporting".

    "Armed with a kitchen knife the father-of-three chased the pair for more than 300m and confronted them.

    The teenager died within minutes."
    ...
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    Re: fishing temporarily banned in NZ

    Sorry, but I must respond.

    Respect is a two-way street and when there are different rules for different races, or some pull the race card when they get caught doing things "other people" aren't...
  4. Re: All of a sudden, I'm glad I voted National this time....

    A perfect example of the whole reason for this thread:


    Hundreds of state beneficiaries are receiving payments totalling more than $1000 a week.

    The top 50 recipients face an audit of their...
  5. Re: All of a sudden, I'm glad I voted National this time....

    Some may be worried, but (I hope) this is aimed primarily at the lifestyle beneficiaries, who will targeted first.
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    No, but they may relocate them to a town that does have jobs.





    Mumbai, perhaps?
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    "More frequent assessments of people on a sickness benefit, with three medical assessments during the first twelve weeks, a further assessment every twelve weeks thereafter, and a more comprehensive...
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    LOL


    One can only hope that this targets mainly the "career-choice" beneficiaries, including whole families that are on various benefits.
    Isn't the Kahui family like that?
  9. Re: The ASB banking guys spendign habits . . . .

    He spent $3.9 million on luxury properties in Remuera and Coromandel and more than $2 million on his credit cards - including $300,000 on stocking his wine cellar.

    The Herald understands Versalko...
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    No idea. I'm not paid $300,000 a year plus free travel for me and my family forever, to work it out.
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    Yes. They're acknowledging that for SOME people, welfare is a lifestyle CHOICE, and are doing something about that.

    Interesting that the first to moan are the Greens:
    ""Being on a benefit is...
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    Because up until now, they've been too busy pandering to minority pressure groups.
    Now they're actually doing some good.
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    Exceptions for "cultural reasons"? Wouldn't be surprised.
  14. All of a sudden, I'm glad I voted National this time....

    The key changes, to be phased in from September, are:

    * Expectations of part-time work for single parents on the domestic purposes benefit when their child reaches six and for people on the...
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    Re: Hydronic Under Floor Heating

    The cheapest way to experience underfloor heating is to rob a bank.

    I understand it's a necessity in all the best jails.
    Only criminals deserve such consideration for their comfort.
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    Re: The rock has maybe gone.

    It's not really a Maori issue - it's a Government issue. The trouble is, these fat-cats are so well off, that while the rest of us are worrying about how to feed our kids, these taxpayer-funded...
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    Re: Snowball Run 2010

    (sigh)

    He means this:

    http://www.qweas.com/download/game/arcade/screen/snowball_run.gif

    http://www.bestshareware.net/img8/snowball-run-big1.jpg
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    Re: Brits own up to dirty sheets

    That's because half of the "British" people surveyed were probably wearing the sheets at the time....
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    Re: Are you crossing the road LEGALLY?

    If someone needs to be told that.... they're due for a meeting with Mr Darwin.
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    Re: No longer, she'll call Australia home.

    Sure are a lot of murders there, though.

    Just sayin'.........
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    Re: No longer, she'll call Australia home.

    Why?

    So she doesn't encourage others to start a political party to focus on the needs of her own race?
    You're right... that would be blatantly racist.
    That would never happen in NZ......
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    Re: Oh my god she spent $$$ on a puter

    ...and you'll have that thing on your desk in 3 months - right after the bundled and bloaty Nortons runs out and it's collected every virus and malware in existance. ("Expired? The sales guy told me...
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    Re: So... where did this money come from?

    "Sorry we can't afford to pay teachers what they're worth... or pay for enough police to attend when you ask... and sorry you have to die on a hospital waiting list.

    You see... we have to...
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    Re: Clean your keyboard carefully

    It was worth reading this thread just for that.....
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    Re: Couriers Again

    Was the box itself crushed in anyway?




    (and I don't mean were it's feelings hurt)
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