Monday, March 31, 2014

Prostate problems and the Rugby World Cup

Wiremu, a New Zealander, was  in Australia  but  about to fly home to watch the Rugby World Cup and was not feeling well,
So he decided to see a doctor.
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"Hey doc, I dun't feel so good, eh" said Wiremu.

The doctor gave him a thorough examination and informed Wiremuthat he had long existing and advanced prostate problems and that theonly cure was testicular removal.

"No way doc" replied Wiremu "I'm gitting a sicond opinion ey!"
The second Aussie doctor gave Wiremu the same diagnosis and also advised him that testicular removal was the only cure. Not surprisingly, Wiremu refused the treatment.

Wiremu was devastated, but with the Rugby World Cup just aroundthe corner he found an expat Kiwi doctor and decided to get one lastopinion from someone he could trust.

The Kiwi doctor examined him and said: "Wiremu Cuzzy Bro, you huv Prostate suckness ey."

"What's the cure thin doc ?" asked Wiremu hoping for a different answer.

"Wull, Wiremu", said the Kiwi doctor "Wi're gonna huv to cut off your balls."

"Phew, thunk god for thut!" said Wiremu,

"those Aussie bastards wanted to take my test tickets off me!"

Sunday, March 30, 2014

The Hollow Men (NZ) television documentary...

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  1. Part one of five from this full length documentary.
  2. Part two of five from this full length documentary.
  3. Part three of five from this full length documentary.
  4. Part four of five from this full length documentary.
  5. Part five of five from this full length documentary.
  6. The credits from this documentary.


This Alister Barry-directed documentary is about the National Party and the 2005 election; it was made in conjunction with Nicky Hager’s book w

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The Aussie government says its your right to be a bigot...

Advance bigot, advance....

So the Aussie Government thinks it is your legal right to be a bigot and will amend the law to allow it. Advance Australia Fair..

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Just where is the Malaysian aircraft MH370?

Of course they want to find this plane and those passengers on board. The waiting families and friends want closure too.
But I get a funny feeling that there is more to it than meets the eye here? Just what was aboard this aircraft that has resulted in an almost unprecedented international hunt?

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The road to Milford Sound - such a beautiful place...

The journey is the goal - One of the most incredible and frequently overlooked features of Milford Sound is the journey to get there. The Milford Road belongs between the most beautiful New Zealand’s scenic routes. We suggest that you plan your return trip from Te Anau. It can easily take a whole day, especially with several photo stops and short walks. Or you can stay overnight in Milford Sound, Gunns Camp, Knobs Flat accommodation or to use one of several DOC campsites. The road was started during the Great Depression in 1929, but it was not completed until 1953.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Another disaster Christchurch didn't need...

English: Coat of arms of the City of Christchurch
English: Coat of arms of the City of Christchurch (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Worst weather since 1975 - a one in a hundred year storm? What has Christchurch done to deserve all these natural disasters? The flooding is a direct result of the earthquakes.The land has dropped up to 50cm in some places. It is a priority area for the Christchurch City Council.
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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Nick Smith the worst vandal - 3000 state houses left empty...

English: Nick Smith at the Agpac Opening, Nove...
English: Nick Smith at the Agpac Opening, November 2009 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Labour’s Phil Twyford says Housing Minister Nick Smith is the worst culprit when it comes to damaged and vandalised state houses.
“National’s policy of leaving state houses vacant for months on end makes them a magnet for vandalism and crime.
“In almost every town and city there are dozens of state houses lying vacant as a result of deliberate Government policy. Inevitably these empty properties attract graffiti and anti-social behaviour.
“The Minister has called for a crackdown on wreckers of state houses. Any tenants who damage state houses should be held accountable, but the Minister needs to look in the mirror first. His policy of deliberate neglect and leaving 3000 vacant houses makes him New Zealand’s worst state house vandal.
“A few days ago I visited Highbury in Palmerston North where dozens of Housing NZ properties are empty.  The National Government’s neglect of these properties has brought downtown Detroit into the heart of Palmerston North. It is a policy of deliberate urban blight.  It is doing damage to the community, and it is Housing NZ tenants and their neighbours who suffer the consequences.
“It is crazy that while 3000 houses lie vacant and boarded up, 4200 families languish on the waiting list.  Because National made the criteria for state house eligibility so ridiculously tight, these houses lie empty while thousands of would-be tenants are driven into overcrowded and substandard private rental housing.
“While Nick Smith tries to look tough on state house tenants, his Chief Executive could not even tell a select committee hearing today how much of the $15 million bill for repairing state house properties in 2012 was spent fixing wilful damage. Most of the repair cost was attributed to fair wear and tear, fire, and natural disasters.
“Meanwhile 3000 state houses lie vacant, boarded up, and deteriorating. It is an asset that is probably worth half to three-quarters of a billion dollars. Housing NZ was unable to tell the select committee how much it is spending on security, how much on repairs, and whether they have done any modelling on the loss of value to the taxpayer of these houses sitting vacant , says Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.
“National is running a valuable publicly owned asset into the ground. They don’t seem to care about the thousands of struggling families who desperately need a secure and safe roof over their heads.”

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