Beneficiaries 'scared stiff' of Work and Income
I'm feeling a bit ashamed and embarrassed to be a Kiwi. We sure can do better.
Not ideal, but yeah…
I didn’t mind that.
What was a pain – being stuck at the entrance after submitting details, waiting for an email; wading into the spam protection and finding and releasing the email; confirming the registration, only to find … I was on the opening page for TVNZ ondemand, not the Yours TV page, which I wasn’t sure how to find.
Hopefully a better experience from now on :) Episode one is a nice chirpy, quirky start.
But in the youtube age, it’s risky putting up any sort of impediment.
“Ice-floe-sized bursts of sonic debris” that Bruce made at the Auricle in Christchurch in late 2013
I think that was this night? Hot nor west feel of early summer ...
Brilliant! Will push this at the 14 yr olds - and share as widely as possible. ("Only" on TVNZ ondemand - LOL. Cos, y'know Psy was only popular on youtube...)
we still know who pays him to post this shit.
I'd really like this to be clarified.
Stamper - can you please tell us what your job is?
I'm ok with you posting this rubbish if you genuinely believe it. I'm sad to say I've met a few people who do - some of whom are cranky or cocky enough to spend their own time spreading misinformation.
But if you are being paid to spread it you should tell us - it's a thing called 'being honest.' If you're not willing to be honest, you can be banned from posting, or we can simply stop responding (as most have.)
So far you've ignored all such requests. Last chance?
You may not be aware
That your quote doesn't demonstrate what you think it does. Maybe you could do some courses in science - or logic?
the 400 million Chinese that have been lifted out of poverty by the “current global model”
Why do I always find myself chuckling when Communist China is used as absolute proof Neo-liberalism is perfect?
journalism in this country is dead.
My sis is a journalist and wrote this - I liked it :)
Visiting speaker Bryan Bruce knocked the stuffing out of neo-liberal economics in his Wanganui lecture on Saturday night.
Great post and discussion - thanks Keith. Thanks PAS :)
To be fair, I think it’s a lake. :-)
I thought I saw boats at the end, but hey - a lake! :)
Interesting to read about it.
I liked the mysterious imagery in its own right. But for me, the song evokes a strong sense of place, and that wasn't the place. (There's also those events ... but leave that alone!)
Two cool things thrown together sometimes just mesh in new and wonderful ways. Here I felt they were driving in different directions.