"We are not operating in a rational space."
I thought it was about a mars shot, in a thin can...but anyway...some of that chyna steel can be rolled real thin...to make lite weight versions.
Anyway, rational space....there is shit in the water, and we concern ourselves with a mars shot....a fight over scare resources would make me diagnose something ugly in ICD 10...
anyway, fake acid, is a bit like, fake steel, and no test certificates! So that is why its a bloody real world health issue...and not a shot to mars in a thin can.
I heard Helen Kelly made her way to Cuba on Checkpoint.
flag pole...I get it..the government was flagging in the poles...steel poles from chyna...with no test certificates...I suppose at the bottom of that issue...is a public health concern, I mean water-view steel strands, and 8 million liters of shit in a Fletcher tank, right on the Manukau harbor foreshore. How is it that a private company can alter steel standards? Health concerns in the neo liberal economy?
I think we have a 5000 year relationship with the plant, it wasn't until, Uncle Sam got involved that there became a war on a plant.
"And there is a difference between "promoting" a product that carries public health risks and not criminalising people who may be at risk of health problems that only an oaf would need explained."
An oaf, - I kinda like that paragraph...probably would want to know why, a steel standard can be changed on the whim of a cheap deal.
and speaking of steel, 10,000 tonnes going into a convention centre....skyshity exchanges steel, for gambling machines....seeing as Hon Dunne, a one man partea, said the government does not plan to change the law...and Joji Key says he is not a massive fan of drugs...I suppose its a bit like going to mars in a steel spaceship - full of shit.
Nice article Russell.
OMG...do you mean the auckland property market was fed by meth?
$20 million scam...and the rest...almost as much as a new flag expense...funterra...christ give me bank notes to lick...gib board...and a tripple wash...I want to drug test anyone who wants to utter a word to me!
well cum to your car! Homeless people...thank god for plywood coverup
poor foundations...cheesus next the country will be clamping down on the cornerstone of illicit drug harm in new zeeland...but I digress...as I do...
chinese precursors and steal...its possible...its possible I was told about this in may...again I digress...is that a kiwi? Fruit...fungus
just going to the shuan hendy book for clarification...or is the carl sagan book...
I was gunna mention stereo-isomers, but then who cares about left and right versions of the same compound?
The cornerstone, poor foundations.
Great work RB!
pour foundation here is my concrete truck for the unitary plan, we gunna shade you out with Hi Rise!
Excellent, I am about to head over to Matters of Substance and read the full thing.
If I could just comment briefly, b 4 heading to the full script, the Ministry of Health Guidelines quoted a Mr Mike Sabin, from Methcon. What the hell is Mike Sabin doing being quoted in a health standard? He wasn't a published academic, just an ex cop with an agenda, that document was just propaganda placed before the politicians, I think RB covered that back in the day.
But as it turned out, we tax payers paid thousands to an ex-cop to educate vulnerable youth in MSD homes, I hope MSD swiped the walls before Sabin walked in. But no, they helped tailor the programs with Methcon to suit the agenda.
Anyway, I am about to head to matter of substance.
...and the Rob Wasserman review
it has a Brian Wilson track
Fantasy is Reality
apparently Bob has passed as well...
New Horizons...essential radio
My Goodness...William Dart...wow...
....back in time, it was compulsory listening, those reviews were beautiful. I remember several of them to this day...I carry them around with me, at all times- even now. William Dart, a person who added brilliance to my appreciation of music, a depth a breadth, a person who sent me on an exploration of various artists catalogues. Radio is such a Hot Medium.
Take for example, Williams review of Swamp Ophelia by the Indigo Girls...sent shivers down my spine. I hope there are recordings of those reviews some place, because they were bloody good. I made an Amazon account back then, because I couldn't find that CD in a shop, and it arrived in the mail, its probably in my top 5 of all time. Recently I introduced my daughter to the Indigo Girls and that was cool.
Dead mans hill...I remember...
anyway, there were great reviews, Kate and Anna McGarragle, Ben Folds Five, Randy Newman...I found my self purchasing back catalogues. I suppose William was a catalyst. Then I found Alt Country...Amazon started sending me recommendations...things went vic chesnutt and vic williams for a while...I did get to meet Vic Chesnutt at the Harbor Light...it was distressing only moths later he passed.
And then at some point some idiot programmer...changed the program time...it was no longer 7pm...but 2pm in the afternoon on frydey...repeated at 3 am on Sunday morning...why did they do that?...William was audio gold...found on concert FM...why did they do that?
I am so pleased William still walks the earth, thanks Russell for the article...it sent shivers down my spine...and momentarily I wondered what the hell I had been doing all these years.
William Dart...a national treasure, a sonic smith!
Nice article Russell.
if you put steel in kiwi fruit....in the value chain excel margin,,,,it dumps on you like a false cert...and then the funkey bridge drops...like pike river