Raylan meets Lovejoy
The whole deadwood discussion seems like an unhelpful distraction...
That's funny, there was always lots of swearing and violence to liven things up when it was on the telly... but yes, it was distracting.
NSFW, Children, sheltered adults or in front of horses...
Maimai Vice II
It seems well past time for Mallard to move on.
Would it be churlish (or even actionable) to note then,
the irony of Duck Season opening on May Day?
I think someone already got
the Northern Shoveler,
Shelduck'll be right
and Paradise is next!
The buckshot stops where?
a dearth in the family…
It features a lot of cuddling and caressing
a lot of
Listening to Joe Biden recently…
the things their leaders say
give that country
get it to
and take a long
Not my birthday,
but the above was
many happy returns
below contains fallen women
 ...or falling!
I’m also puzzled by the no frills ordinary bloke claims
I don't know any 'ordinary blokes' who went to a posh Harvard business school - Cunliffe might not want to mention that too often either, if that's where he is looking for votes...
...spooky a Harvard just flew over the house!
...Vintage BFM 91.8 t shirt circa 1987
I've got one of those somewhere - not mint,
but probably sorta smelly...
Morning Report would choose that particular clique
Not helped by Espiner's near constant attempts at point scoring and putting His view forward, often over the top of those trying to answer his self serving questions - he's another one that needs to get out of his own way, and let things flow...
people might respect his opinions more then.
...those who only have a passing interest in politics.
there's the trick converting them to
'having a parsing interest'...
...though as you point out it seems
many do so instinctively.
Jones is gone , whatever
... the job was created and then Jones was
identified as the top prospect for it..
So you believe what politicians say?
Why not, it seems totally credible that the National mindset might have 'Jones-shaped' receptors...
The Press misses a chance to champion disabled people's rights:
In a story all about the CDHB (Canterbury District Health Board) submission on the Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Bill.
One councillor (part-time clown Aaron Keown) was all for stickers for earthquake prone buildings while largely ignoring the more sensible focus of councillor Jo Kane's disagreement..
"..with the bill's proposal to remove the requirement for building owners to improve access for people with disabilities while strengthening work was being carried out - a proposal the CDHB submission said was "inconsistent with the Humans Rights Act".
"What a cop-out for the whole of New Zealand. Of course it's always about money, but it should be about people,"
Mea culpa - I confess I missed that aspect on first reading, I was more pissed off at Keown's usual counter-productive publicity seeking subversion of process - thanks to the anonymous 'Analyst' commenter for jumping on it roundly)