Probably off the beaten track but I'm putting this in anyway.
To Alastair Thompson,
Thanks and so long, wish you well with tonnes of luck out there in the big whole wide world.
Your efforts ,I much appreciate and as Gordon Campbell noted in the tributes
let’s hope that someone in Europe realizes what a fucking treasure has just landed in their midst
We know at least with THIS referendum that there is a conscious spoiling of the paper. Whether it's Annette Kings interpretation of that or the PM's we know some of the public are going to actively spoil their paper as a protest. Those who don't want to protest can vote or anyone can vote strategically (hypno flag) Generally though for just this one it is being assumed in general that it's a protest. National can spin all they like but they have already lost on this con. The public are aware.
That’s my problem, five logos.
Winston weighs in.
but in this particular case their reasons for anonymity might actually be well-founded. It could be someone who has felt the information stranglehold and the commentary straitjacket personally.
So many types of wrong but. Gilbert needs others shouting for him, not hiding.
You’re either one or the other. And you’re generally judged by the company you keep.
Academic research is a completely different company you keep.
Unless of course you are Sir Pita Sharples.
There are many examples of his working with and advocacy of funding gangs (public tax payer funds) for initiatives that could have fallen into a category of research if it needed a label and he got knighted for it . He had even finished ministering when knighted.
so why are we not just voting once for our one favourite flag? incase two flags get the exact same number of votes??
Yes that was an intended pun. Shudda " and "
Police are worried that “their” information might be misrepresented. That is simply one of the risks of an open society.
Police even do it themselves
Police have been caught out tampering with South Auckland's burglary statistics,