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    Re: For Aircraft Enthusiasts

    I think they were picking something up? :confused:

    Probably the Pilot wanted some KFC and KFC management wouldn’t let him use the “Drive Through” so Ground Crew had to deliver it. :groan:
  2. Thread: Wimbledon

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    Re: Wimbledon

    I saw a Doubles match in Hamilton back in the ‘60s where Rod Laver & Ken Rosewell played a doubles match against another couple of International players whose names I can’t remember. :blush:

    It...
  3. Thread: Car Rant

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    Re: Car Rant

    Did it leak oil? :D
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    Re: Can't believe..........

    Yes, I’ve seen a couple of house fires in old Kauri, Rimu, and Totara houses, one caused by the Coal Range and the other by failure of the VIR Insulation used on wiring years ago.

    And the fact...
  5. Thread: Gulp!

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    Re: Gulp!

    All very well, but I'm picking $23M to help the Australian Tax Payer may reflect in the Australian CEO's annual bonus. :D

    But not next year. ;)
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    Can't believe..........

    There wasn't an accelerant involved in this fire. :confused:

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    Re: What an absolute waste of money!

    I wonder if they could loan their "Sewerage Treatment Plant" to Christchurch? ;)
  8. Thread: Gulp!

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    Re: Gulp!

    I'm sure the Lawyers pulled all their tricks, but the fact remains Samsung copped a $14m fine for their trouble.

    I noticed in another article they had already been fined $9m for another offense.
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  9. Thread: Gulp!

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    Gulp!

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    Re: For Your Consideration and Comment.

    Straight out Criminal Incompetence. :angry

    Huntly was built to cater for this very issue but closed down to appease the Green Drongo's.

    Maybe someone should tell our Government that they are...
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    Re: For Your Consideration and Comment.

    Ok, so your contribution to the discussion is the article is 13 years old but you don’t have an issue with any of it.

    That settles that. :)
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    Re: For Your Consideration and Comment.

    So the relevance of the date to the contents of the article is what? :confused:
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    Re: For Your Consideration and Comment.

    I got to page 6 and found an extensive disclaimer which started off:

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    I read all the disclaimer and figured the rest wasn't worth reading. :groan:
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    Re: For Your Consideration and Comment.

    I’m afraid it eludes me how the age of the article effects the validity of its contents? :confused:

    I mean Ohm’s law has been around a couple of hundred years and is as valid today as it ever...
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    For Your Consideration and Comment.

    Extract from an E-Mail.

    "My name is Terence Cardwell. I spent 25 years in the Electricity Commission of NSW working, commissioning and operating the various power units. My last was the 4 X 350 MW...
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    Re: Working from home?

    I heard the last “Polished Rimu Table” you made won a prize as a “Maori Carving”. :)
  17. Re: All policing should be based on the Peel Principles

    Our present commissioner is nicknamed "Cuddles" and it would seem appropriate.

    Gideon Tait was my man. :D

    Good Read HERE
  18. Re: All policing should be based on the Peel Principles

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  19. Re: All policing should be based on the Peel Principles

    For goodness sake.

    Policing in NZ is done by consent, as evidenced by the recent occupation of the grounds of Parliament.

    Here was our Police Force standing around scratching any place that...
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    Re: Christchurch Wastewater Plant

    The missing bit.

    "Bay of Plenty regional councillor Stacey Rose has moved to Christchurch but insists he can still carry out the representative role his constituents are paying him for.


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    Re: Christchurch Wastewater Plant

    This guy got in unopposed, moved to Christchurch for Mental Health reasons and wants Council to pay his fares from Christchurch to Tauranga and return for meetings, or organise Video Conferencing.
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  22. Thread: Nepotism?

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    Re: Nepotism?

    Try Again. :)

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  23. Thread: Nepotism?

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    Re: Nepotism?

    Not a lot has changed. HERE :D

    That didn't so try this way. https://www.facebook.com/Don.Blackmore/posts/2260320780699222

    Doesn't seem to work either. Oh well?????????
  24. Thread: Climate change?

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    Re: Climate change?

    You were a bit premature with your breakfast Ken because the new Millennium didn’t take place until Midnight GMT or UTC.

    At that time it was 1300hrs in NZ because we were GMT/UTC + 13hrs.

    I...
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    Re: Nepotism?

    No surprises there! :rolleyes:
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