'death by elocution"
...what dotted eyes you have grammar!
Strewth to 'power'...
Does Mike Hosking think only men are qualified to talk about rugby league?
You'd be forgiven for thinking that after a radio segment this morning which caused a brief walkout by Newstalk ZB newsreader Bernardine Oliver-Kerby from an otherwise all-male panel debating the future of the Warriors league franchise.
Oliver-Kerby briefly walked out of the Mike Hosking Breakfast broadcast this morning after the controversial host declared it was "man's time" as he introduced a Warriors debate.
Full respect to Oliver Bernadine-Kerby!
What a snivelling toad Hosking is....
Could someone check his 'use-by date'?
Good old Barry Soper, he always under-delivers, he ends his highly-principled piece on the Chiefs and NZRFU’s misogyny with this advice:
While they’re reflecting they should perhaps consult the dictionary and look up the word “sorry."
Advice he should take himself, as he earlier asserts:
It’s the principal that’s at issue here.
A rookie mistake if ever I saw one…
– ‘my pal the principal’ was always my aide-memoire.
Unless he was talking about the investment in Rugby and male supremacy?
Subs and proofreaders have always made writers look good, management does their ‘star writers’ no favours by taking away the safety nets during their high-wire work!
send in the aggregator…
found this diverse playlist by Joy Division/New Order’s Stephen Morris at http://britishideascorporation.co.uk/champion-sound-stephen-morris-of-new-order/#more-247
there’s also an exhibition of Smiths posters on at Space Academy in Chchch until Sept 29 – if you want a Mancunian Miserablism fix…
A little kiwi-run outpost of funk (and general cratedigging) exists in the Blue Mountains - Tuesday nights 6-8pm (Aust time) when the site is running properly - some fun links on the facebook page too...
difference between “unsubstantiated” and “contradicted”.
I suspect the problem also lies with the apparent 'transubstantiation' that occurs when immature dickheads are elevated to Super Rugby franchises...
The Herald stays consistent.
So they are not even using a basic spell-check program...
I see a mention of a Standford University in today's Stuff pages...
Stuff or the Herald
Post-merger, will it be Sterald or Huff ?
or just Me-Fax ...
he now subscribes to Washington Post online
try your local library for Press Reader or similar
- free access to a world of papers
( Washington Post included, at least in Chchch)
Life in the fridge exists...
The Herald's new daily dairy diary is a timely innovation, keeping us whey ahead of curds and other acts of Fonterrorism...
Perhaps they could add their best readers' 'cheese puff' recipe?
More mousetrap than click bait?