Posts by steven crawford

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  • Capture: Steal Magnolia, in reply to Deborah,

    Hi Deborah, I am questing you Took those photos on an iPad. If so, I can relate to the problem, which I deal with right at the beginning by holding the iPad in a particular orientation. I still sometimes forget which way up that is.

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: A Slight Diversion from…, in reply to Sue Wilson,

    Hi Sue, according to Scott Watson’s dad, Lonebird had an alibi, but the skipper, who resides in an Australian prison, is still very suspect. He was near the crime scene looking to buy a ketch at the time.

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: Meet the middle, in reply to tony j ricketts,

    Two Ticks for Labour’ line merely makes us look out of touch when so many voters split their votes

    It also adds to them looking like thay have an inflated sence of entitlement. I split my vote between Labour and another party, becouse I’m ever hopeful that my vote will be counted for something.

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  • Speaker: Meet the middle, in reply to Rob Salmond,

    I don’t think this wrinkle changes the basic game of “doing well among in-betweeners,” though. Moves away from the centre don’t make a “certain win” any more likely, and while they can make a “possible win” more likely, that has to come at the cost of a larger NZF vote and influence, and the chance they go the other way.

    Since I lack the concentration to understand that equation. Could you tell me if this has anything to do with the Chinese names game?

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: Meet the middle,

    Michael Cullen was competent, but left when Clark did, the others were on the whole a bunch of no-marks, and are now the only material Labour has.

    That same sort of problem hasn’t stopped National's clumsy oafs from blundering along.

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: Saying what we actually mean on…, in reply to Ian Dalziel,

    yay, those hydraulic computers are the next big thing!

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: In defence of the centre, in reply to Steve Barnes,

    Ah, but… who would then clean John Key’s toilet?.

    The exclusive bretheran?

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: In defence of the centre, in reply to Sacha,

    I mean this government and too many of their peers in business have a backwards idea about what counts as ‘infrastructure’ or how to develop a platform/ecosystem rather than a product.

    Thats true. Infrastructure translated by the National government, means large contracts for Chorus/Fletcher and Co. If I’m reading you right, a more sustainable infrastructure is a well educated population, kitted out with contempory toolboxes.

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: In defence of the centre, in reply to Sacha,

    Owning the infrastructure/platform is always better, yes. However, we have a cohort of senior decision-makers who think the phrase means little more than highways.

    I'm sorry, but I don't understand what you mean.

    Wellington • Since Nov 2006 • 3155 posts Report Reply

  • Speaker: In defence of the centre, in reply to Sacha,

    reckon biological fabbing will be a bigger game-changer

    Your sailing close to the wind there:-)

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