it’s a stroll through the Christchurch of the day.
Fabulous time slippage...
Nice to see moments like Beatrice Tinsley's physics graduation notice flicker by, and the streets of my youth...
...even the old high school!
...this craggy-lookin’ lot from the Waitakeres
who'da thunk that this texmexcajunbilly-follyfootthemeclone came from deep in the woods of the 'Leopardskin Print-cipality' of Waitakere...
bob a job...
...working out what I’m going to write here in
the morning as I drift in out of of sleep
a fine REMonstration of bulldozing?
the USA should never have been allowed to join
Damn straight! +1
Classic 'cuckoo-in-the-nest' behaviour,
or am I thinking of parasites?
...and hell, the US ain't good at honouring the associations it already belongs to:
They, along with Israel, have lost voting rights at UNESCO for non payment of fees (they threw a hissy-fit at Palestine being given membership of UNESCO)
UNESCO press release
We need some adults in the room, immediately...
...tell myself stories
Why, I do believe the National Government may be
using the same technique to 'lullaby' the nation...
Often these organisations need help from outside to turn the ship...
..and sometimes they just hit the iceberg, full speed ahead!
...much more of a “heavy use followed by issues”.
Sounds a lot like 'work'...
Which is, as you say, pretty much like any psychoactive substance. That includes alcohol, which is not only mentally, but also physically dangerous.
I note someone writing to the SunStarTimes today, urging them to use the more correct phrase - 'alcohol and other drugs', hope they pay heed, small changes can help skew perception greatly.
(Like it would help in TV news reports (One last night) about the Iran and the US Nuclear deal, to mention the small detail that Israel actually has a 'destabilising nuclear arsenal' in the region, and is not a member of the IAEA, while Iran is a co-operating member of the IAEA - grrr )
The Cornish Pumphouse
Not Luna Park meets Edvard Munch then?
In the tunnels under North Head...
a high ISOlation unit?
art apes life...
Does New Zealand not have a parody defence..?
here the Herald parodies Bradbury's earlier satirical work.
I hope he isn't prosecuted for wilfully 'leading a corporate entity along the path of wickedness', also...
... I do worry that the new Cyber Bullying Bill will get most use from Government and politicians trying to take down criticism and satirical images.