it came from the past...
questions ... on FN ephemera
as always Audioculture has useful information (even one of my old fax-collages, remember the fax?)
I remember the 'Roger's Ruin' brew from the 15th anniversary,
but not the 5 or 6, 7"s sorry.
re 'Boodle' comic - hazy but as a distributor at the time I vaguely recall that maybe only the first few pressings (coupla thousand maybe) got the comic...
Also not sure if they were offset printed or photocopied
the technology was all jockeying for position at the time...
heady days, heady daze...
it is on line here
Immortality is mine....
I do have one of the biros with the sliding logo thingy...
‘Grafix Knox’ ... only SIX DAYS left
Only 3 hours to go on this remnant of the ephemeral past...
check out the other posters too,
while you're there, they end later...
They fair race through 'Stay'
some of them even keep up...
did they have a bus to catch?
was that at the 'Two Month Club'?
which was where? Nelson St?
...that means throwing globs of jelly at each other by today’s standards
Team K-Y operates on this premise:
This lubricant has proven extremely popular because it does not stain and is easily cleaned up.
*rubber - a contest consisting of a series of successive matches between the same sides or people in tennis, cricket, and other games.
Don't do that, Dave...
Thanks for putting that all over the Internet,
That reminds me:
Don't drink and vote!
... an electoral system that accounts for people who don’t have fixed abodes. Maybe by allowing enrollment on polling day by producing ID.
...quick before they reinvent the wheel
- what about RealMe
Safe, secure and officially backed by the government
The RealMe service is officially backed by the government, and was created in partnership by the Department of Internal Affairs and New Zealand Post. RealMe is built to make doing things online easy and very secure. Anyone living in New Zealand can apply for a verified RealMe account.
...could be a starting point!
'Politics' is governance not culture...
...so why has
Napier's MTG has been forced to delay the launch of an exhibition of the late MP Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan's clothing after the Electoral Commission raised concerns the display could influence voters on election day.
It now opens a week later on the 27th!
Looks like a great show - great graphics, great vision...
First Darren Watson gets muzzled...
Will they be gagging 7 Days next?
With all their 'one-liners' National says
they'll do the comedy, thank you...
...after all elections are a laughing matter!
...in fact I feel like crying!