After all, by implication, it suggests the views and beliefs of those who voted for them can be similarly denigrated.
Just because one voted Green, doesn't mean one supports their so-called "loony" (ie non-evidence based) policy. For years their anti-GMO was a show-stopper for me. But after "loony" (ie non-evidence based) policy from other parties surpassed that of the Greens, it made the Greens more attractive to me.
I wish a lot more people would use the policy comparison tools before the election to actually determine which party most closely aligned to their actual ideology.
Hmm. I'm not sure that trusting Outlook or Gmail with Certificates and keys is any advantage - the NSA is already likely to have them in their pocket.
Is this build into any email clients ? If not, why not ?
An excellent continuation of John Key's Norton Anti-virus analogy.
Thanks for sharing
We used to do that on sand dunes. The angle of a sand dune is fairly constant at between 30 and 35 degrees. So, you run as fast as you can and leap over the edge in the most spectacular fashion. The faster you ran the further out you would go and the further you would drop, hundreds of feet it seemed at the time, then tuck into a roll as you hit then roll down to the flat
We used to do that off the bank into the gulley at Westmere Primary school. It is an amazingly exhilarating thing to do. Almost like flying. It built up over a number of days until there were only two of us left who were willing to run full tilt at the top of this bank and launch ourselves up and out to land about 12' down rolling the remaining 3 or 4 foot to the bottom. Luckily for us we never got further than that.
Turns out Michael Tolley wanted to be stuntman when he grew up as well.
Oooo ! Can we have half time scores as well ?
I was expecting the results to be in the form of rugby scores rather than percentages.
Someone obviously likes him (or National), so what is it they like?
The different responses that I have got from the few National supporters that I have ever encountered are :
- "It's nothing the other lot wouldn't do if they had the chance" (arch-cynic)
- "They are better for the economy" (head-in-the-sand)
- "There is no other option" (Labour a bunch of muppets)
- "The only way to keep the Greens out of power" (Greens a bunch of loonies)
I think that there are a lot of people out there that hate the bureaucracy and OSH restrictions that have come into existence during the previous Labour government's tenure, and believe that it is all their fault so will vote National forever more. Yet not noticing that National government has introduced plenty of "nanny-state" policy of its own.