... vintage (pre-internet) swinger mags.
People had a lot more hair in the old days …
Hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair
Flow it, show it
Long as God can grow it
I want it long, straight, curly, fuzzy
Snaggy, shaggy, ratty, matty
Oily, greasy, fleecy
Shining, gleaming, streaming
Twisted, beaded, braided
Powdered, flowered, and confettied
Bangled, tangled, spangled, and spaghettied!
Down to here
Down to there
Down to where
It stops by itself
Reposting a pic placed by Dan Salmon in regard to deregulation, on the Uber thread.
I'm just wondering how many Air BnBs (and similar) are listed in Auckland these days - each one of those (or many at least) takes a family footprint out of the housing equation - apparently they are contributing to the killing of cities like New Orleans, Venice, Barcelona, Paris etc as far as local occupation goes...
Smoke and mirrors…?
I still can’t see that without thinking ’Computer Generated Tax’.
Therefore ‘SFX’ would be ’Special For-Ex’ - Mr Key’s speciality…
I did see a nice new BMW the other day with the numberplate ‘GFC…’
how they must laugh, those Big-money Johnnies…
It needs to be clearly expressed in about 10 words.
Preferably as a haiku.
Foreign trust lawyer
advised by Key to lobby
McLay, no action.
lets see him crawl out of that glasshopper...
The additional insurance cost goes to making Uber driving rather less viable as a little earner for just a few hours a week.
..and what about ACC payments?
… all users have registered with a credit card. Also, I don’t have to carry cash....
Done: Invoice is in the mail. Corporate users love it.
Where is tax levied on each ride transaction (including GST)?
Does the ‘parent’ Uber handle all these transactions – will all monies transacted on NZ rides be taxed in NZ?
- Or is there an off-shore cash flow?
I guess I’ll never be an uber-user as I don’t have credit cards, nor intend to…
Mate…methinks the future is the now.
Tomorrow never comes...
Yesterday RNZ broke the story about Earl Hagaman making a record $101k donation to the National Party...
But the Nats have softened us up to the extent that most people just go ’Baaaa!’ and move on.
- Corruption really is the new blue.
Building 'Laughter Houses' in Niue?
Why does Auckland need a Government House?
You probably missed the memo about the coup!
or maybe it's a back-up one for after the Wellington earthquakes...
(hope not, touch wood)