The Young Ones – were illustrative of how the early 20s bachelor pod and associates I mixed with lived in a range of squalid dank inner city Auckland flats. We were all a mix of part of the characters the characters were all parts of us – you look back and ask, “how did we do it; live like that?”
Honest comedy that split your sides and made you laugh so much you cried. Good on them and good on him. Such is life, a bit of laugh in bleak times.
The thrill had gone -
In 2011 the Act Party Vote collapsed - The obsession with Epsom in the media is just that - everyone, after all, looks at the man in the clown suit.
Act taking Epsom is moot, they will sit below the 5% list threshold on 0 to 1 of the party vote.
If there is a swing against the govenemrnent and Act have a party vote of no consequence which they seem to be on target for - then the government will change.
Did he/she give you back your car?
The Nikki Kaye candle light vigil qualifier:
Ho Hum - John Key and John Banks having the victim card played on their behalf by Plunket on Radio Live - one for suffering a candle light vigil and the other for being outed as some one you picks his own cerumen and eats it.
I have it on good authority – the best – actually my own - that John Banks whilst previously cleaning his ears with a vacuum cleaner had inadvertently sucked his brain out - what Banks was up to in court today was actually picking off bits of his brain, which he now keeps in his jacket pocket, chewing them up and the and stuffing them back into his head via his the ear canal.
Best call of the day was a geezer who rang up and said, “He doesn’t like John Minto but supported what he did re the vigil as John Key deserved it on account of the people he knows that where shifted on from state houses who have died as a result of stress or committed suicide.
Nicky Kaye has also earnt a vigil – National and death sentences - must make them feel incredibly strong.
FFS - John Key is really,really,really bad at his job. Hate to think what a thrid term will look like.
The gullibility of the New Zealand public fills me with despair and anger, wake up sheeple.
What can one do?
Judith Collins took an axe and gave herself forty whacks,
When she saw what she had done she gave John Key forty one.
Pansy Wong is long gone whilst Judith Collins carrys on.
Key should be the one with the axe.