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    Quote Originally Posted by greater fool View Post
    'The Royal Wedding'. The MSM and fakebook will be in rapture.
    Not needed, National are having kittens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    This will help, and educate people. People don't realise how much smoke comes back in the car when they are holding the piggy out the window for example.
    Every one knows you should never hold a piggy out the window. Imagine what PETA would say about that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greater fool View Post
    'The Royal Wedding'. The MSM and fakebook will be in rapture.
    My money is that will be a card played in election year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minimoke View Post
    Every one knows you should never hold a piggy out the window. Imagine what PETA would say about that!
    Blimen spellcheck , that should be ciggy

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    Quote Originally Posted by elZorro View Post
    Well, he is sort of right. There is over 200 times more Co2 in the atmosphere than there is methane. Thats about 1.75 parts Per Million vs approx 400PPM.

    Since no one has given me an answer on how many PPM in CO2 our "Carbon" laws will reduce, I dont expect any thought to be given to how many PPM any changes will make to our methane emissions.

    The MP would have been better saying "NZ agriculture is not a contributor to climate change / Global warming AWG"

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    Now the Reserve Bank Governor has come out and told the Finance and Expenditure Select Committee that the bank expects Kiwibuild to crowd out the private market resulting in very few extra homes being built. They estimate that only between 7100-14200 homes will be built by 2022, that wouldn't have been built without Kiwibuild anyway. Not surprising when Kiwibuild has started buying of the plan and including Housing NZ houses.
    What an absolute farce this flagship policy has become

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Now the Reserve Bank Governor has come out and told the Finance and Expenditure Select Committee
    Kudos to the Labour MP's who managed to get out of bed in time today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minimoke View Post
    Kudos to the Labour MP's who managed to get out of bed in time today.
    Must have been hard for them ... I guess - why putting in the effort now they have the job?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/polit...y-meeting.html

    But just to keep this balanced - assuming there is no other side to this story - while the National MP's obviously did come earlier out of bed - the political games they played with the submitters feel unacceptable. No matter of the political colour, all of the in this game involved MP's behaved disgracefully and - in my view - don't belong as our representatives into parliament!
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    I'd agree with that. A very harsh way to make a fair point - which it clearly has!

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    I say freeze all companies out of setting up 5G. Keep cancer down and we can all buy shares in Chorus with their wonderful fibre optic cables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Must have been hard for them ... I guess - why putting in the effort now they have the job?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/polit...y-meeting.html

    But just to keep this balanced - assuming there is no other side to this story - while the National MP's obviously did come earlier out of bed - the political games they played with the submitters feel unacceptable. No matter of the political colour, all of the in this game involved MP's behaved disgracefully and - in my view - don't belong as our representatives into parliament!
    I agree with you BP, can't see the problem with 8am starts, after all these people went for those jobs as MPs.

    https://pundit.co.nz/content/it-is-n...he-scratching-

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    Last edited by greater fool; 21-02-2019 at 03:57 PM. Reason: Further rebuttal of Yanqui lies.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by greater fool View Post
    Now the facts start to emerge. The yanks (and the sycophant Aussies) are full of brown bovine by-product.
    "Trade wars are easy to win".

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/...ectid=12204757
    I presume that the UK’s Brexit From the EU coupled with Trumps America first protectionism, and the consequent need to find alternative trade partners has nothing to do with the UK’s attitude...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bjauck View Post
    I presume that the UK’s Brexit From the EU coupled with Trumps America first protectionism, and the consequent need to find alternative trade partners has nothing to do with the UK’s attitude...
    Huawei are also generous sponsors of IT students from all around the world. Our son was lucky enough to be sponsored on a trip to China a while back.

    https://www.huawei.com/nz/press-events/news/nz/2018/students-to-gain-insight


    They also advertise widely in NZ, so if the risk can be mitigated or unproven, Huawei would seem to be worthy of our custom.

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