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    Quote Originally Posted by Pato View Post
    Or they could all go to sea in it!!
    That mate is just wishful thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeSade View Post
    No one needs a 2million dollar piece of plastic.....
    I disagree. I would LOVE a piece of VISA plastic loaded with $2m credit. PJ
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    Now I am older, I listen but cannot hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa John View Post
    I disagree. I would LOVE a piece of VISA plastic loaded with $2m credit. PJ
    Get out the tar brush.
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    I find it interesting that they are funding a plastic waka with no tender, and the recipients just happen to be the largest hapu in the electorate of the Minister of Maori Affairs. It's also interesting that he polls indicate he is in danger of losing this seat to the Labour candidate in that electorate, and this is an election year.

    But I'm not one to speculate.

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    Tuppawaka? sorta reminds one of noah's ark........... but when it rains and we need to get on board.......who will be saved?



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    Quote Originally Posted by roddy_boy View Post
    I find it interesting that they are funding a plastic waka with no tender, and the recipients just happen to be the largest hapu in the electorate of the Minister of Maori Affairs. It's also interesting that he polls indicate he is in danger of losing this seat to the Labour candidate in that electorate, and this is an election year.

    But I'm not one to speculate.
    So you think the seat can be save with 60m of plastic.?
    "The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living." Cicero

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trev View Post
    Here.
    Why do the maori need to promote themselves ?
    Because as we are told all the time that they are the special people..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TideMan View Post
    A waka for Aucklanders to w*nk in.
    We'll see no benefit in the SI.
    Indeed, the whole RWC seems to be an AK event now.
    Don't you think the people of CHCH are benefiting enough from the government lately?
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    Quote Originally Posted by plod View Post
    Don't you think the people of CHCH are benefiting enough from the government lately?
    Nip down and find out what it is like to live in a tent with a portaloo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cicero View Post
    Nip down and find out what it is like to live in a tent with a portaloo.
    Ha, was a keen tramper for years so wouldn't bother me too much. Was more pointing to the hand out to SCF where a majority of beneficiaries were from CHCH
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